OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Bobby Grim, Indianapolis, named 1955 speedway champion; DON WHITE. Keokuk, Iowa, late model stock car champion (for second time), by Intl. Motor Contest Assn., Chicago.
Donald Kriplen and Charles Rickert, Indianapolis, declared winner of 1,200-mile Great American Mountain endurance rally, in Porsche, with 257 penalty pts., Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
Al Andrews, 10-round decision over Jimmy Martinez, middleweights, Miami Beach. RAMON FUENTES, 10-round decision over Joe Miceli, welterweights, Los Angeles.
Duilio Loi, 15-round decision over Serafin Ferrer, to retain European lightweight title, Milan.
Cisco Andrade, 7-round TKO over Kenny Davis, lightweights, Hollywood, Calif.
Vassily Smyslov, Russia, intl. tournament, with 14� pts., Zagreb, Yugoslavia.
Don Gagnon, Florida, Southeastern Conf. title, with 21:37.3 for 4.4 miles, Atlanta. Team co-champions: Auburn and Florida.
Dave Pikethly, VMI, Southern Conf. title, with 21:25 for 4.1 miles, Davidson, N.C.
Jim Beatty, N. Carolina. Atlantic Coast title, with 20:42.6 for 3.9 miles, Raleigh, N.C.
Ed Morton, Arkansas, Southwest Conf. title, with 15:01 for 3 miles, Austin, Tex. Team champion: Texas.
Chattanooga, over Fairless Hills. 12-0, Natl. Pop Warner Conference title, Fairless Hills, Pa.