Neji, resolute 5-year-old chestnut gelding, hard-urged by premier jumping rider
Frank (Dooley) Adams, headed injured but game Rythminhim near finish to take
$57,300 Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase, world's richest, for
Mrs. Ogden Phipps
% length in 4:55 3/5 for 2� miles at Belmont Park, clinched year's jumping
, heeding lesson of June's Le Mans tragedy, moved toward resumption of
full racing schedule next April, posted safety precautions for Grand Prix
events. Sponsors must provide racing strip at least 23 feet wide, special roads
to pits, adequate barriers for spectators' protection after receiving central
Guy Lombardo's Tempo VII, piloted by
, nipped Gale V in season's
last unlimited hydroplane race for Governor's Trophy at Madison, Ind. Joseph
Schoenith's Gale V won only Seattle Gold Cup, placed consistently elsewhere to
win unlimited high-point championship.
kept lead in National Hockey League as Rookie
rapped two goals in 6-0 whitewash of Chicago Black Hawks after
handed Canadiens first loss of season 3-2.
New York Rangers
split with Toronto
Maple Leafs, beat Chicago, moved into second-place tie with Bruins. Detroit Red
Wings, once overpowering on home ice, permitted ties by Boston, Chicago.
fired 269th goal, one short of record for
, 81, dean of nation's trainers, developer of Nashua, Gallant
Fox, Johnstown; at Thoroughbred Club of America's 24th testimonial dinner—first
trainer so cited.
Wolgast, 46, world flyweight boxing champion 1930-35; after collapsing in
FOR THE RECORD
Earl Motter, Hayward. Calif., 25-mile Bill Vukovich Memorial midget race, in
29:45.81, Fresno, Calif.