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SWITCH—Sid Abel 36-year-oid National Hockey League veteran, was replaced as coach of the last-place Chicago Black Hawks by Frank Eddolls, 33, coach last year of the champion Buffalo Bisons of the American Hockey League.
SITUATION NORMAL—Marine 1st Lt. Clifford Tyron of San Diego won the match title and Chief Warrant Officer T. R. Carpenter of Encinitas, Calif., another Marine, won the service rifle division of the National High-Power Rifle championships at Camp Perry, Ohio. Their identical scores—628 out of a possible 650 points—kept the championships in the Marine Corps for the third consecutive year.
FAST FINISHERS—Doug Ford of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y. shot 18-under-par 270 to win the Ft. Wayne Open. Runner-up with a 62 in final round: Mike Souchak of Durham. N.C.
•Peter Thomson, 25-year-old British Open champion, shot a 66 in final round at Montreal to lead Australia to Canada Cup with aggregate score of 556 Runners-up: Argentina—560, United States—565.
•Harvie Ward jr. of San Francisco, one down in the morning round, came back strong to beat Bill Campbell of Huntington, W.Va. five and four for Canadian Amateur championship
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
ANDY WINFREE, Greensboro, N.C., and JIM REED, Tarrytown, N.Y., American Le Mans, with 72.5 mph avg. speed, Linden, N.J.