F. Lindheimer, 64, outstanding turf executive, director of Chicago's Arlington
and Washington parks, promoter of Nashua-Swaps match race; named racing's Man
of the Year "in appreciation of his unselfish interest in the welfare of
the jockeys and his efforts in their behalf," by Jockey's Guild; in New
36, onetime University of Southern California football and track star, holder
of national high school javelin record of 219 feet (set in 1937), former U.S.
record holder (234 feet 3� inches in 1941); at West Los Angeles.
Henry Wheelwright Foster, 95, businessman, yachtsman, golf and polo player,
Harvard football, lacrosse, rowing, boxing and wrestling star, named
"strongest man in college" in senior year; at Marblehead, Mass.
OTHER RESULTS FOR
(American Association) over Rochester (International League) 8-3, 7-3;
ROCHESTER over Minneapolis 7-3 11-1; Little World Series, Rochester, N.Y. and
Mobile ( Southern Association) over Shreveport (Texas League) 8-0 10-9. Dixie
Series, Shreveport, La.
Houston over Seattle 7-2, American Baseball Congress championship. Battle
10-round decision over Archie Mc-Bride, heavyweights, New York.
Georgie Johnson, 10-round decision over Bobby Dykes, middleweights, Miami.
Randy Turpin, 10-round decision over Ed (Polly) Smith, light heavyweights
Charley Joseph, 10-round split decision over Sammy Walker, middleweights, New
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, 10-round decision over Chris Christensen, middleweights,
George Barnes, 12-round decision over Darby Brown, welterweights, Sydney,
Lauro Salas, 9-round KO over Jorge Macias, lightweights, Hollywood, Calif.
David Bronstein, USSR, interzone chess tournament. Gothenberg, Sweden, with 10
victories, 10 draws.
Hamilton over Montreal 22-13, and TORONTO over Ottawa 30-19 Canadian