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? Hungary's slender Sandor Iharos provided latest flurry in prodigal year for track's distance men, stepped off 5,000 meters in 13 minutes 40.6 seconds at Budapest, 6.2 seconds faster than briefly held world mark of Russia's Vladimir Kuc, lowered Chris Chataway's three-mile record by nine seconds to 13:14.2 in same race. Laszlo Tabori finished second in Hungarian National Championship event, Istvan Szaboin was third.
?British quartet of runners doggedly circled wet track on blustery day at Walton-on-Thames, England, broke unofficial world record set 20 years ago by Argentina's Jose Ribas for distance covered in two hours. Winner Joe Lancaster ran 22 miles 418 yards, nearly a mile farther than old record. Gordon Pirie, Jack Heywood, Stan Cox were runners-up. Pirie, victor over famed Czech Emil Zatopek in races previous week, protested, "Running that distance is daft. You won't catch me at it again."
Michigan , stung by upstart Minnesota's 13-point first period, lost No. 1 ranking but snatched game, Little Brown Jug from fire 14-13, as Halfback Terry Barr blocked key Gopher conversion try, added five-yard scoring run at Minneapolis.
Pittsburgh's 220-pound end Johnny Paluck headed driving line attack that shook loose seven Duke fumbles, paved way for 26-7 upset of fifth-ranked Blue Devils at Durham, N.C.
Navy's soph quarterback Tom Forrestal (no kin to late Navy Secretary) directed drive for one score, bucked over for second, passed to End Ron Beagle for third in 33-0 rout of staggering Penn at Philadelphia, while first-stringer George Welsh rested sore toe.