Marquis De Portago, Spain, and VICTOR POPE, England, Swiss intl. 2-man title, 2:42.45 for 2 runs, St. Moritz.
Hans Zoller sled, Switzerland, Swiss intl 4-man title, with 2:34.91 for 2 runs, St. Moritz.


Zora Folley, 10-round decision over Howie Turner, heavyweights. New York.
Spider Webb, 10-round decision over Neal Rivers, middleweights. New York.
Chico Vejar, 10-round decision over Pat Manzi, welterweights, Atlantic City.

Jack Johnson, New York, over Jimmy Dunn, 6-3, 5-6, 6-2, 6-5, U.S. open title, Philadelphia.

Chicago Rink, skipped by Mrs. Frank Pollen, over Wauwatosa, 16-7, U.S. women's title, Detroit.


Dow Finsterwald, Tequesta, Fla., over Don Whitt, by 4 strokes (65-69), in playoff, Tucson Open.
Mary Lena Faulk, Thomasville, Ga., St. Petersburg Open, with 279 for 72 holes (PGA record).
Al Dark, St. Louis Cards, over Al Lopez, 5 and 4, baseball players title, Miami.
Ann Richardson, Columbus, and JACK PENROSE, Miami Beach, over Anne Quast and J. Walcott Brown, on 37th hole, natl. mixed foursome title, Boca Raton.

OUR BETTERS: $58,700 Santa Margarita H., 1 1/8 m., by¾ length, in 1:49, Santa Anita. Johnny Long-den up.


Knut Johannesen, Norway, men's world speed skating title, with 188.952 pts., Oestersund, Sweden.
Alain Gilette, France, men's European figure skating title, Vienna. Women's champion: Hanna Eigel, Austria.


Antti Hyvarinen, Finland, sr. jumping title, with leaps of 244 and 251 ft., Ishpeming (Mich.) Ski Club Tournament.
George Jurronen, Stowe, Vt., U.S. Eastern Amateur cross-country title, in 1:32:45, Salisbury, Conn.