Howard Lippincott, Riverton, N.J., Comet Class intl. championship, in Cirus II, Mattituck, N.Y.
(Natl. Rifle & Pistol championships, Camp Perry, Ohio)
Capt. John W. Kolb, Little Rock, Ark., service rifle title, with 633.
PFC Lloyd G. Crow, Carrollton, Miss., service match rifle title, with 643.
Thomas R. Barns, Billings, Mont., civilian service rifle title, with 602.
Ruth I. Sawyer, Dayton, Ohio, women's rifle title, with 541.
Ammon F. Bell, Hummelstown, Pa., civilian match rifle title, with 630.
Marlene Bellinger, Seattle, women's match rifle title, with 618.
Mrs. Gertrude Backstrom, Hoquiam, Wash., women's pistol title, with 2,535.
Major Ben C. Curtis, Chattanooga, Tenn., natl. service pistol title, with 290.
Mrs. Viola Pollum, Brooksville, Pa., natl. small bore rifle title, with 6,390.
Lt. Charles Folsom, Emerson, Neb., Natl. Trophy Rifle match, with 242.
U.S. Marine Corps, natl. service rifle title, with 1,388; Infantry Trophy, with 1,216.
U.S. Army, service pistol team title, with 1,137.
Orange, Calif., over Phoenix, Ariz., 4-1, Amateur Softball Assn. women's title, Portland, Ore.
First Army, over Ft. Sill, Okla., 1-0, All-Army championship, Ft. Dix, N.J.
Lackland AFB, over Ardmore AFB, 4-1, Air Force World-Wide championship, Biloxi, Miss.
REPOSE: Foxcatcher Natl. Cup Steeplechase, 3 m., by head, in 6:06�, Fair Hill, Md. J. Cotter up.
Vic Seixas, Philadelphia, and DORIS HART, Coral Gables, Fla., over Shirley Fry and Gardnar Mulloy, 7-5, 5-7, 6-2, U.S. mixed doubles, Forest Hills, N.Y.
TRACK & FIELD
Russia, over Great Britain, 220-141, Moscow.
Henry Laskau, New York, 20,000-meter Natl. AAU walking title, Pittsburgh.