> Kelso: the $108,600 Jockey Club Gold Cup, for the fifth straight year, by five laughable lengths at New York's Aqueduct race track. Clipping one-fifth of a second from the U.S. two-mile record he set when he was three, Mrs.
Richard C. duPont's seven-year-old gelding picked up $70,590, boosted his lifetime earnings to $1,803,362. That broke Round Table's alltime record, made Kelso the biggest money winner in thoroughbred racing history.
> Unbeaten Notre Dame: a lopsided 40-0 victory over Navy, at Philadelphia.
Led by Quarterback John Huarte, who threw TD passes of 7 yds., 55 yds. and 74 yds., the No. 2-ranked Irish...