?Paul (Dixie Derrick) Anderson, 340-pound strong man from Toccoa, Ga., flexed his huge muscles, warmed up with world record lift of 410 pounds in two-hands press, finished with fabulous 1,130-pound total for heavyweight mark at world weight-lifting championships in Munich, Germany. Other records set in same competition: Russian Bantamweight Vladimir Nikolai Stogov raised 235.4 pounds in two-hands press, totaled 737 pounds in all three lifts; U.S. Bantamweight Charles Vinci snatched 225.5 pounds but finished second to Stogov; Soviet Lightweight Nikolai Kostylev hoisted 842.41 pounds.
, strong-armed San Diego, Calif, swimmer who is making career of conquering English Channel, thrashed across icy stretch between England and France in 13 hours 55 minutes, clipped 11 minutes off standard set by England's Bill Pickering last August.
Belle Acton, George B. Landers' brown filly, was driven into early lead by able
, stepped smartly to world mark of 2:02 2/5 for 2-year-old pacers on half-mile track in $14,200 Autumn Pace at Yonkers, N.Y.
Gerry Planutis, hard-driving
fullback, crashed over for winning touchdown, set up clincher with fumble recovery, kicked three extra points to pace hard-hitting Spartans to 21-7 win over favored Notre Dame at East Lansing, Mich. (see page 34).
had rough time with inspired Northwestern but used short plunge by fourth-string Fullback
, 46-yard sprint by elusive Terry Barr to down Wildcats 14-2 at Ann Arbor, Mich., protected ranking as nation's No. 1 team.
kept Boilermakers in running with two scoring passes, tossed 14 yards to End Steve Chernicky for touchdown on final play of game, calmly kicked extra point to tie Iowa 20-20 at Iowa City.
gave up first-period score to hopeful Kansas, turned loose speedy backs to clobber Jayhawks 44-6, stretched winning streak to 23, at Norman, Okla.
, stunned by pair of touchdowns by Ohio State's Jim Roseboro and Howard (Hopalong) Cassady (see cover), recovered to tie score on passing and running of Bob Pascal, squeezed out 20-14 win when
plunged over from one-yard line in last quarter at Columbus, Ohio.