Religion: Scoreboard

¶ With Stirling Moss coming up fast, Australia's Jack Brabham gambled that his worn tires would hold, passed up a pit stop and flashed home by just 22.2 sec. in his Cooper Climax to win the 225-mile British Grand Prix at Aintree. The victory (average speed: 89.88 m.p.h.) gave Brabham eight points to widen his lead for the world driving championship.

¶ At the National A.A.U. women's swimming championships in Redding, Calif., three determined American teen-agers set world records: California's husky Sylvia Ruuska by 11.8 sec. in the 440-yd. individual medley (5:40.2), New Jersey's comely Carin Cone by .6 sec. in...

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