Sports in Brief

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Sports in Brief - Sports in Brief By THE ASSOCIATED PKES8...
Sports in Brief By THE ASSOCIATED PKES8 FOOTBALL MILWAUKEE — Lisle E. (Liz) Blackboume, head coach at Marquette from 1950-53, was rehlrcd. it ASK IS ALL CLEVELAND — Stevo O'Neill, former manager . and player for Cleveland, and Harrison Dlllard, Olympic hurdles and dash star, were dropped from the Indians' coaching staff. GOLF LOS ANGELES — Art Wall Jr., took a one-stroke lead in tho $35,000 Los Angelas Open with a 54- hole total of 207. CHESS NEW YORK — Fifteen-year-old Bobby Fischer won the national chess title for Uie second straight year. RACING " ARCADIA, Calif,—Hillsdale ($9.60) beat Round Table by a head In the 7-furlong $56,400 San Carlos Handicap at Santa Anita. MIAMI, Fla.—Bardstown ($7.30) set a track record of 1:40 2-5 for one and one-sixteenth mile in winning tho $24,750 Orange , Bowl Handicap at Tropical Park.

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  1. The Record-Argus,
  2. 05 Jan 1959, Mon,
  3. Page 10

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