kept pot boiling in hot stove league, traded Third Baseman Don Hoak, Pitcher Russ Meyer and Outfielder Walt Moryn to Chicago Cubs for long-ball hitting Third Baseman Ransom Jackson (21 homers in 1955) and minor league Pitcher Don Elston.
, power-hitting old pro, spoiled Tony Trabert's play-for-pay debut at New York, handed former amateur champion defeat in five sets as Jack Kramer's troupe began long tour. Two nights later Gonzales repeated victory, outstroking Trabert 6-2, 7-5 at Cincinnati.
, sharpening up game for winter tour, came out of nowhere to shoot 6-under-par 29 on last nine holes to tie Tommy Bolt at 201, then won sudden-death playoff and $2,200 in Miami ( Fla.) Open.
Maryland's national champions and Navy each won three places to dominate All-America team selected by U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. The All-Americas: Clement Malin of Dartmouth, goalie; John Simmons of Maryland, John Raster of Navy and Carl Orent of Hofstra, defense; James Keating of Maryland, Simon Ulcickas of Navy and Robert Kelley of Rutgers, midfield; Charles Wicker of Maryland, Percy Williams of Navy and John Griffs of RPI, attack.
Geoff (The Peerless) Duke, fearless world champion, was suspended for six months by International Motorcycling Federation for supporting riders' strike at last year's Dutch Grand Prix, seemed likely to miss big races and chance to win seventh title.
DIED—John (Honus) Wagner, 81, bandy-legged shortstop who spent most of major league life with Pittsburgh Pirates as player (1900-1917) and coach (1933-1955), 8-time National League batting champion, among first to be named to Hall of Fame; after long illness, at Pittsburgh. Affectionately known as Flying Dutchman, Wagner used his huge hands and broad shoulders to set records for games played (2,785), times at bat (10,427), runs scored (1,740), base hits (4,888), was generally regarded as one of game's greatest players (see page 16).
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
( Nassau Trophy Race class winners)
Walter Gray, Kansas City, Kan., in Packard-Allard, with 80.119 mph, Class B.
Phill Hill, Santa Monica, Calif., in 3.5-liter Ferrari, with 98.21 mph, Class C.
Marquis de Portago, Paris, in Ferrari Monza, with 97.91 mph, Class D.
E. P. Lunken, Cincinnati, in Ferrari Mondial, with 85.957 mph, Class E.
Edward Crawford, Northfield, Ill., in Porsche Spyder, with 89.98 mph, Class F.
Leech Cracraft, Wheeling, W. Va., in Cooper Climas, with 81.374 mph, Class G.
Dolph Vilardi, Tallman, N.Y., in Bandini, with 75.271 mph, Class H.