, lanky young middleweight short-ender, picked off wild-swinging power-puncher Gene Fullmer with sharp rights, accurate lefts, earned unanimous decision in action-packed 10-rounder at Chicago.
, crafty little jockey with most able hands in business, had profitable day at Belmont Park, N.Y., booted home winners in two big stake races for $8,862 payday. Slick-riding Arcaro got his first score aboard Claiborne Farm's Doubledogdare, winning by length in $60,580 Matron Stakes, came back aboard Clifford Mooers' fast-striding Traffic Judge to outduel Conn McCreary and Paper Tiger in $58,100 Woodward Stakes.
Sea O Erin, Hasty House Farms' colt, led from start but Jockey Ken Church needed driving finish to hold off Smoke Screen in $54,700 Charles W. Bidwill Memorial Handicap at Hawthorne, Chicago.
, white-haired banker-yachtsman, maneuvered Stardust to pair of victories, led
Long Island Sound
International One-Design skippers to 4-1 triumph over Royal Bermuda Yacht Club sailors as U.S. won Amorita Cup for eighth time at Rye, N.Y. Veteran Sailor
then loaned his sloop Aileen to Bermuda's Sir N. Bayard Dill, used Bus Mosbacher's Susan to beat rival 2-0 in special match races.
Guy Lombardo's blue-and-yellow Tempo VII, with speed-loving
at wheel, roared down windswept Pasquotank River, outsped Joe Schoenith's Gale V by more than 300 yards to win International Cup regatta at Elizabeth City, N.C.
Max Evans, little-known 34-year-old Utica, Mich, pro, moved into contention on third round, finished with three-under-par 67 to whip hot-tempered Tommy Bolt of Chattanooga and Don Fairfield of Casey, Ill. by three strokes in Long Island Rotary Open at Huntington, N.Y.
John Wood Platt, 57-year-old Bethlehem, Pa. insurance man, lost only one hole, overwhelmed George Studinger of San Francisco 5 and 4 to win USGA senior championship at Nashville, Tenn.
, target of professional promoters since he won national championship, dropped first set (4-6) to old sparring partner Vic Seixas, stormed back to take next three (6-3, 6-4, 7-5) for Pacific Coast title at Berkeley, Calif., settled down to ponder offers to turn pro.