Sport: Scoreboard, Apr. 11, 1960

¶ Heaving a borrowed 16-lb. shot like a pingpong ball, Army Lieut. Bill Nieder (6 ft. 3 in., 242 lbs.) got off a put of 65 ft. 7 in. to break the world record by a whopping 1 ft. ½ in. at the Texas Relays in Austin.

¶ In pre-Kentucky Derby action, good luck came to Owner Leonard Fruchtman's highly regarded Bally Ache as he won the $120,600 Florida Derby at Gulfstream Park; bad luck knocked favored Warfare out of the Derby when he chipped an ankle while training at Aqueduct.

¶ Using radical, shovel-shaped oar blades, the Oxford crew trounced Cambridge on...

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