Juan Manuel Fangio, Argentina, City of Buenos Aires Grand Prix, in 2:22.30.3 for 2 heats, in Maserati.
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Criollo, skippered by Dr. Luis Vidana, Cuba, 71-m. Miami-to-Gun Cay sail, in 17:06.7.
St. Louis Budweisers, over Chicago Falstaffs, by 1,064 pins, natl. team match-game title, St. Louis.
Yolande Pompey, 2-round KO over Gerhard Hecht, light heavyweights, Berlin.
Carlos Ortiz, 10-round decision over Bobby Rogers, lightweights, Chicago.
Tyson's Sky Hill Flash (pointer), owned by Richard Papa, Toronto, Amateur Field Trial Clubs of America natl. shooting dog title, Hernando, Miss.
Betsy Rawls, Spartanburg, S.C., Lake Worth (Fla.) Open, with 214 for 54 holes.
SWITCH ON: $28,175 Palm Beach H., 7 f. by 1½ lengths, in 1:24 1/5. Hialeah. Sam Boulmetis up.
DUC DE FER: $22,250 San Carlos H., 7 f., by ¾ length, in 1:23 2/5, Santa Anita. Ralph Neves up.
Stanley and Charles Pearson, Philadelphia, over Geoffrey Atkins and Wood Prince, 15-8, 15-6, 15-11, U.S. doubles title, Philadelphia.
Billy Woods, Waterbury, Vt., Victor Constant Trophy Slalom, in 1:56.5 for 2 runs, and Alpine Combined Trophy, with 3.52 pts., Stowe, Vt.
Antti Hyvarinen, Finland, St. Paul Winter Carnival jump, with leaps of 183 and 192 feet.
Pancho Gonzales, over Ken Rosewall, 3 matches to 0; leads World Pro Tour, 7-1.
Hans Schaller, Germany, world championship, with 13:47.14 for 4 heats, Davos, Switzerland.