Briefs By The Associated Press
Briefs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FOOTBALL MILWAUKEE Lisle E. ' (Lii) Blackbourne, head coach at Marquette Marquette from 1950-53, 1950-53, 1950-53, was rehired. BASEBALL CLEVELAND Steve O'Neill, former manager and player for Cleveland, and Harrison Dillard, Olympic hurdles and dash star, were dropped from the Indians' coaching staff. GOLF LOS ANGELES Art Wall, Jr., took a one-stroke one-stroke one-stroke lead in the $35,000 Los Angeles Open with a B4-hole B4-hole B4-hole total of 207. CHESS NEW YORK Fiftecn-year Fiftecn-year Fiftecn-year old Bobby Fischer won the national chess title for the second straight year. RACING ARCADIA, Calif. Hillsdale ($9.60) beat Round Table by a head In the 7-furlong 7-furlong 7-furlong $56,400 San Carlos Handicap at Santa Anita. MIAMI. Fla. Bardstown ($7.30) set a track record of 1:40 2-5 2-5 2-5 for one and one-sixteenth one-sixteenth one-sixteenth mile in win- win- nine the $24,750 Orange Bowl H.indiean at Tropical Park. NEW ORLEANS Pete's Folly ($7.80) scored a length victory in the $10,000 Old Hickory Handicap at The Fair Grounds.