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HONORED—Benjamin 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 York.
DIED—Bob Peoples, 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.
DIED—Charles 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 THE RECORD
(American Association) over Rochester (International League) 8-3, 7-3;
ROCHESTER over Minneapolis 7-3 11-1; Little World Series, Rochester, N.Y. and
10-round decision over Archie Mc-Bride, heavyweights, New York.