10-year-old sorrel gelding who earned record-breaking $332,000 for Hayes Fair
Acres, got well-deserved rest, was formally retired by owners at Du Quoin,
, badly in need of quarterback after losing three of four
exhibition games, found one:
, nine-year veteran who
"retired" after leading Browns to 1954 pro title. Said Businessman
: "My return is for this season only—that's positive."
Wolverhampton Wanderers, back home after suffering two defeats in Moscow,
treated 40,000 spectators to tremendous show of power, trampled Cardiff 9-1 in
English League first division match at Cardiff, Wales. Forty-six league matches
produced 182 goals, were watched by 930,000 dedicated fans.
Don Baldaccini, 21-year-old Miami, Fla. motor dealer who specializes in speed
(SI, Aug. 29), conquered rough water, powered his way to victories in B stock
hydro and BU runabout classes but had to share top honors with Billy
Schumacher, 12-year-old Seattle schoolboy, who beat Baldaccini for AU crown and
also captured JU title in APBA national stock outboard championships at Devils
Nagy, barrel-chested Detroit cabinetmaker, ABC doubles and all-events champion
in 1952, All-Star singles titleholder this year; and Sylvia Wene, 27-year-old
Philadelphian who ended Marion Ladewig's five-year reign as All-Star women's
singles champion; named Bowlers of Year,
for second time, by Bowling
Writers Association, at Miami, Fla.
(Silver Fox) Patrick, 72, hockey star, longtime New York Rangers' manager,
played or managed 15 clubs in Stanley Cup finals, selected for hockey's Hall of
Fame in 1947; at Victoria, B.C. Patrick sold majority interest in his Victoria
Cougars of Western Hockey League to his sons, Murray and Lynn, and group of
Mahan, 57, onetime Texas A&M star fullback (1919-20), football official,
member of U.S. Olympic track and field team in 1920; of drowning, while on
fishing trip, at Gainesville, Tex.
upset winner of 1938 Kentucky Derby, first of
Eddie Arcaro's five Derby
winners; of heart ailment, at Kansas City.
FOR THE RECORD