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Auburn's pile-driving Joe Childress smashed over for touchdowns in first and last periods to give South, coached by Cleveland Browns' Paul Brown, 12-2 victory over North in pro showcase Senior Bowl at Mobile, Ala.
San Francisco's Y. A. Tittle put on spectacular aerial show, completed 20 of 28 passes for 340 yards and six touchdowns (three by Crazylegs Hirsch) as pro Hawaii All-Stars romped over College All-Stars in Hula Bowl at Honolulu.
Segula, 14-year-old dark bay Nashua dam in foal to Nasrullah, went to London Shipping Magnate Stavros Niarchos for record-breaking (for brood mare) $126,000, set pace for sale of 16 yearlings and 23 brood mares, bought from late William Woodward Jr.'s Belair Stud for $410,000 by Mildred W. Woolwine and three associates, for $924,100 at auction in Lexington, Ky.
Career Boy, Cornelius V. Whitney's dark brown son of Phalanx, was surprise choice of Handicapper Frank E. (Jimmy) Kilroe for top weight (126 pounds) among 3-year-olds for Experimental Free Handicap. Rated behind Career Boy: Nail and Needles (125 pounds); Prince John (124 pounds); Swoon's Son (123 pounds); Head Man and Polly's Jet (119 pounds).
Soviet women skiers showed up impressively in Swiss open championships at Grindelwald, sweeping first six places in cross-country as 25-year-old Rosa Erochina, student at Moscow Institute of Railways, led field. Other winners: Switzerland's Madeleine Borthod in downhill; Poland's Maria Kowalska in slalom; Germany's young (22) Evi Lanig in giant slalom.