Winifred, skippered by John Hayward, St. Petersburg to Clearwater (Fla.) race, on corrected time.
Tony Anthony, 10-round split decision over Clarence Hinnant, light heavyweights, Washington, D.C.
Charley Joseph, 10-round decision over Al Hauser, middleweights, New Orleans.
Jimmy Beecham, 10-round decision over Hector Constance, welterweights, Miami Beach.
Army, interservice title, with 20 pts., Camp Lejeune, N.C. Runners-up: Marines, Air Force, Navy.
Ch. Roadcoach Roadster (Dalmatian), owned by Mrs. S. K. Allman Jr., Doylestown, Pa. and handled by Charley Meyer, best-in-show, Devon (Pa.) Dog Show Assn.
October 14, 1956
Galway, over Cork, 19-16, All-Ireland title, Dublin.
U.S. Olympic Team, over Argentine Olympic team, 15-10, in saber, New York.
(Western Interprovincial Union)
Brit. Col. 24-Calgary 7
Sask. 33-Edmonton 7
Winnipeg 34-Brit. Col. 7
Winnipeg 10-Edmonton 7
Hamilton 42-Toronto 6
Montreal 42-Ottawa 35
Mary Lena Faulk, Thomasville, Ga., Heart of America Open, with 214 for 54 holes, Kansas City.
CLEM: $30,175 Absecon Island Turf Stakes, 1 m., by 2 lengths, in 1:41 4/5, Atlantic City. Willie Shoemaker up.
FEDERAL HILL: $29,500 Hawthorne Juvenile Handicap, 6 f., by 4½ lengths, in 1:10 3/5, Hawthorne, Chicago. Willie Carstens up.
SEREGAL: $5,000 Intl. Gold Cup Handicap, 2½ m., by one length, in 5:32, Rolling Rock races, Ligonier, Pa. William Frantz Jr. up.
Henry Laskau, New York, Sr. AAU 15-km. championship, in 1:12.40 (new U.S. record). Atlantic City.