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Ft. Wayne Dairymen, representing U.S., turned back Hawaii 2-0 behind three-hit pitching of Pete Olson to win Global World Series (see below), which attracted teams from eight nations.
Career Boy let stablemate Fisherman help kill off early pace, surged up in stretch to outdo Find and Mister Gus by length in $100,000 United Nations Handicap at Atlantic City after favorite Swaps came up lame and was scratched (see page 18).
Jet Action, in contention all way under able ride by Walter Blum, waged head-to-head duel with Admiral Vee, pushed his nose in front at wire to take $28,750 Sysonby Handicap at Belmont Park.
Cambremer, U.S.-owned (by Ralph Strassburger of Norristown, Pa.) 8 to 1 shot, treated Queen Elizabeth and 250,000 to strong finish, won St. Leger Stakes, last of Britain's classic races, at Doncaster.
Carmen Basilio, bony-faced slugger from Chittenango, N.Y., dedicated to regaining welterweight title taken away from him in Chicago, left nothing to chance this time, hammering Johnny Saxton relentlessly until referee stopped fight in ninth at Syracuse (see page 19).
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, no tiger this night, carefully waltzed through 10-rounder with novice Middleweight Wilfie Greaves, latest IBC buildup candidate, to take decision in TV bout at Washington.