BOATING—SYRACUSE, over Cornell, Navy, by 2 feet, in 9:16 for 1¾-m., Goes Trophy, Annapolis.
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Harvard Lightweights, over Dartmouth, MIT, by¾ length, in 6:21, Biglin Bowl, Hanover, N.H.
(Natl. While Water Slalom races, Jamaica, VI.)
Bob Harrigan, Washington, D.C., men's singles.
Charles Sauer and Donald Wescott, Northfield, Vt., men's doubles.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNair, Swarthmore, Pa., mixed doubles.
Eliot DuBois, Lincoln, Mass., single kayak.
BOWLING—(Natl, duckpin championships, New Haven)
Francis Toolin, Fall River, Mass., men's singles, 456.
Joe Serapilia, Torrington, Conn., men's all-events, 1,227.
Moyers Motors, Baltimore, men's team title, 1,938.
Mary Simmons, Manchester, Conn., women's singles, 396.
Lee Meyers, Baltimore, women's all-events, 1,126.
Fulford Radio, Washington, D.C., women's team title, 1,738.
BOXING—PAT McMURTRY, 3-round KO over Vern Escoe, heavyweights, Butte, Mont.
Johnny Summerlin, 5-round TKO over Cornelius Brown, heavyweights, Detroit.
Jesse Bowdry, 10-round decision over Clarence Hinnant, light heavyweights, Chicago.
DOG SHOWS—CH. LAGUNA LUCKY LAD (whippet), owned by Mardormere Kennels, best-in-show, Trenton (N.J.) Kennel Club.
Ch. Wyrtex Wyns Gillian (wire-haired fox terrier), owned by Mrs. Munre W. Lanier, best-in-show, Bucks County Kennel Club, Doylestown, Pa.
HANDBALL—OSCAR OBERT, NYAC, over Vern Roberts, 21-11, 21-12, AAU jr. title, Louisville.
HORSE RACING—FURYVAN: $50,000 Golden Gate Derby, 1 1/16 in., by 2 lengths, in 1:42⅗ Golden Gate Fields. Alex Maese up.
COUP-DE-VITE: Virginia Gold Cup, 4 m., by nose, in 5:11, Warrenton, Va. Kenneth Field up.
MOTOR SPORTS—PETER COLLINS, Britain, 150-m. Silverstone (England) Intl. Trophy race, in 1:26:14.6, with 101.82 mph, in Ferrari.
SHOOTING—DICK SHAUGHNESSY, Dedham, Mass., all-round title, with 487 of 500, Canadian open skeet shooting championships, Montreal.
Don Blow, Calgary, over-all title, in shootoff, Golden West Grand American trapshoot, Reno.
Louis Gordon, Texarkana, Ark., high over-all, with 484 x 100, Pan-American Intl. Skeet Shoot, Dallas.
SOCCER—OFFENBACH KICKERS, over German-American League All-Stars, 4-2, New York.
WALKING—BRUCE MacDONALD, Port Washington, N.Y., Natl. AAU 10,000-meter title, in 50::37, New York.