Sport: Who Won

¶ Don Gehrmann, the national indoor A.A.U. 1,000-yard title; in Manhattan. Going all out right from the starter's gun, he beat the field by 30 yards in the world indoor record time of 2:08.2. Old record, set by John Borican in 1939: 2:08.8.

¶ Phil D., the $29,800 San Antonio Handicap; at Arcadia, Calif. In a photo finish, Phil D. nosed out Intent, Santa Anita Maturity winner, in the traditional warm up for next week's $100,000 Santa Anita Handicap.

¶ Heavyweight Rocky Marciano, 27, a seventh-round technical knockout over aging (35) Lee Savold; in Philadelphia. Marciano, a leading contender for the world...

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