Baumgartner, 60, onetime major league pitcher with Philadelphia Phillies and
A's, University of Chicago basketball, baseball and football star, Philadelphia
Inquirer sportswriter for past 28 years; after long illness, at
66, skilled harness racing driver and trainer, retired in 1947 after bad
crackup at Delaware, Ohio; at Pinehurst, N.C. In 1938, Fleming drove Billy
Direct to world pacing record of 1:55 for mile, equalled this year by Adios
Macomber, 80, prominent California-born turfman, owner of Quesnay stables in
Normandy; at Paris. Macomber, who transferred residence to France after World
War I, purchased William K. Vanderbilt racing stables for reported $1,200,000
in 1920, was hailed in Paris as "undisputed head of American society in
OTHER RESULTS FOR
Monroe, N.C., NASCAR 300-m. championship race, Lehi, Ark.
Ted Boynton, Highland Pk., Ill., 50-m. sports car race, 72.9 mph avg. speed, in
8-round TKO over Harvey Small-wood, middleweights, Holyoke, Mass.
Jimmy Martinez, 10-round decision over Pedro Gonzalez, middleweights, Toledo,
Rory Calhoun, 1-round KO over Sonny Gill, middleweights, Los Angeles.
Joe Miceli, 10-round decision over Ramon Fuentes, middleweights, San
Eddie Chavez, 10-round decision over Glen Flanagan, lightweights, Richmond,
Solly Cantor, 10-round decision over Frank Johnson, lightweights, London.
Star Gony, 10-round decision over Leonard Gaines, lightweights, Honolulu.
Young Martin, 12-round KO over Dai Dower, for European flyweight title,
Ch. Barrowdale Flier (English springer spaniel), best-in-show, all-breed show,