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Sports In Brief - SPORTS From the Tribune Wire Service! The...
SPORTS From the Tribune Wire Service! The Boston Patriots of league Friday acquired use of the Boston university field for its home games for three years. They are limited to seven games a season ... Veteran horse trainer victory and was presented witty a sterling silver ice bucket, Chick Lang, who quit recently as agent for jockey Bill Hartack, was named assistant Resolution Shelved The senate rules committee shelved a resolution urging and state colleges not to schools which practice racial World chess champion first victory in Moscow over eighth match of the 24-match chess series'. Tal leads 5-3 in points ... Bobby Fischer, 17, United States chess champion, defeated Olisio Gadia of Brazil international tournament ... Beverly Anderson, Mullan, Idaho, fell-and finished 42nd in the women's downhill International ski meet. Traudl Hecher, Austria's 16-year old Olympian, won the race . . . r r Advance Sale, Advance tickets for San Francisco base ball games in.: new, Candlestick park already exceed two million dollars. The Giants with a 45,000 sellout assured " Catcher John Edwards, - who played for. Ohio State university before signing with Cincinnati, was farmed to Nashville of the Southern association . . . Puerto Rico's national Little Guys basketball champion, Sigma Fi of San Juan, was disqualified from the International tournament because two players competed in a rival league ... ; IN BRIEF . the new American Football Hirsch Jacobs had his 3,000th racing director at Pimlico. the University of California schedule athletic games with discrimination ... Mikhail Botvinnik scored his challenger Mikhail Tal m the in 23 moves in an Argentine race of the Arlberg-Kandahar open against St. Louis April 12 . . . s , i

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  1. Star Tribune,
  2. 02 Apr 1960, Sat,
  3. Page 20

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