BOATING—STANFORD, over USC, UCLA, by 4, lengths, in 11:54 for 2 m., San Pedro, Calif.
Syracuse, over Dartmouth, Rutgers, by 4 lengths, in 10:00.8 for 2 m., Syracuse, N.Y.
BOXING—TONY ANTHONY, 6-round KO over Artie Miller, light heavyweights, New York.
Vince Martinez, 7-round TKO over Armand Savoie, welterweights, Boston.
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Carlos Ortiz, 10-round decision over Joey Lopes, lightweights, Hollywood.
GOLF—BEVERLY HANSON, Indio, Calif., Lawton (Okla.) Open, with 212 for 54, holes.
GYMNASTICS—LOS ANGELES TURNERS, AAU team title, with 52½ pts., Los Angeles. All-round champion: Jack Beckner, Los Angeles Turners.
HORSE RACING—OH JOHNNY: $59,000 Grey Lag H., 1‚⅛ m., by head, in 1:50, Jamaica. Bill Boland up.
EKABA: $50,000 Golden Gale H., 1‚⅛ m., by neck, in 1:47⅖ Golden Gate. Peter Moreno up.
TALENT SHOW: $28,750 Delaware Valley St., 6 f., by ¾ length, in 1:10⅖ Garden Stale. Willie Lester up.
PINE SHOT: Natl. Hunt Cup, 2 m., by neck, in 4:06.3, Malvern, Pa. Eddie Deveau up.
MOTOR SPORTS—CURTIS TURNER, Roanoke, Va., NASCAR Rebel 300, with 109.624-mph average (record), in 1958 Ford, Darlington, S.C.
Richard Doyen (driver) and Clay Gibbs (navigator), Milwaukee, Ohio 24, Sports Car Rally, 184, seconds error, in Corvette, Mt. Vernon, Ohio.
SHOOTING—(Natl. Amateur Trapshooting championships, New York)—BEN HIGGINSON, Newburgh, N.Y., men's singles and sr. singles, with 197 out of 200.
Nick Egan, New York, doubles, with 92 out of 100.
Mary Christopher, Bristol, Pa., ladies' singles, with 184 out of 200.
TENNIS—PANCHO GONZALES, over Lew Hoad, 4 matches to 1. Gonzales leads pro tour, 41-33.
TRACK & FIELD—TEXAS, Southwest Conference title, with 91 pts., Dallas.
Maryland, Atlantic Coast Conference title, with 72½ pts., Durham, N.C.
WM. & Mary, Southern Conference title, with 47½ pts., Davidson, NC.
Houston, Missouri Valley Conference title, with 58 pts., Des Moines.
VOLLEYBALL—(Natl. championships, Scranton, Pa.)—HOLLYWOOD YMCA, over Detroit YMCA, 15-8, 15-9, masters title; over West Side JCC, Los Angeles, 15-11, 15-10, open title.
Florida State, over Kansas, 14-11, 15-2, college title.
USAF, over Los Alamitos NAS, 15-1, 9-13, 15-2, Armed Forces title.