Sport: Scoreboard, Jan. 11, 1960

¶ Canny Willie Shoemaker, 28. the little (103 Ibs.) Texan that horses love to run for, booted home four winners at Santa Anita on the last day of 1959 to bring his total victories to 347, topping the nation's jockeys for an unprecedented fifth year.

¶ J After sulkily protesting the pairings, Brooklyn's Bobby Fischer, the terrible-tempered boy (16) wonder of world chess, finally entered the U.S. chess championship in Manhattan, beat out fellow internationalist Grand Master Samuel Reshevsky to win his third successive title.

¶ With more and more skiers crowding the magnificent runs above Innsbruck, it was inevitable: Austrian state and...

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