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Bobby Boyd , 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.
Eddie Arcaro , 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.
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.