BOATING—MIT,skippered by Bill Widnall and Dennis Posey, Sharpe Trophy, with 56 pts.,Providence.
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BOWLING—FREDMARCUSSEN, Bradley, all-events, with 1,182 for 6 games; ROBERT CARLSON,Michigan College of Mining & Technology, singles, with 602; JAMES DAVIS,Pace, and ED PULETZ, Rhode Island, doubles, with 1,167, natl. intercollegiatechampionships, St. Louis.
BOXING—ZORAFOLLEY, 10-round decision over Willi Besmanoff, heavyweights, Denver.
Alex Miteff,2-round KO over Harold Carter, heavyweights, New York.
DOG SHOW—CH.EVENING STAR DE LUCHAR (Skye terrier), owned by Walter Goodman, New York,best-in-show, Virginia Kennel Club, Richmond, Va.
GOLF—DOWFINSTERWALD, Tequesta, Fla., Greater Greensboro (N.C.) Open, with 278 for 72holes.
Hugh Royer,Columbus, Ga., Lake Charles (La.) Invitational, with 278 for 72 holes.
Betsy Rawls,Spartanburg, S.C., Babe Zaharias Open, with 216 for 54 holes, Beaumont,Texas.
HORSERACING—TALENT SHOW: $68,920 Laurel Maturity, 1‚⅛ m., by 1¼ lengths over PianoJim, in 1:50 3/5, Laurel. Jack Leonard up.
ATOLL: $28,600Gotham S., 1 1/16 m., by ¾ length over Intentionally, in 1:43, Jamaica. EddieArcaro up.
JUDO—SOUTHERNCALIFORNIA, with 19 pts., natl. AAU championships, San Jose, Calif. Grandchampion: LINWOOD WILLIAMS, Air Force heavyweight, over Sumi Nozacki,130-pounder from Gardena, Calif.
SOCCER—ENGLAND,over Scotland, 1-0, before 100,000 fans, Wembley Stadium, London.
STEEPLECHASERACING—MAINSTAY: My Lady's Manor point-to-point, 3 m., by 8 lengths, in 6:50,Monkton, Md. Ben Murray up.
SWIMMING—SYLVIARUUSKA, Berkeley (Calif.) YMCA, 400-yard ind. medley in 4:58.2 (meet record)and 500-yard freestyle in 5:46.6; SHIRLEY STOBS, Miami Shores CC, 100-yardfreestyle in 57.7; MOLLY BOTKIN, Los Angeles AC, 250-yard freestyle in 2:44.4;CARIN CONE, U. o Houston, 100-yard backstroke in 1:04.3 and 200-yard backstrokein 2:20.2; LINDA CLARK, Los Angeles AC, 100-yard breaststroke in 1:13.6; SUSANORDOGH, Seattle, 250-yard breaststroke in 3:24.3; NANCY RAMEY, Seattle,100-yard butterfly in 1:02; BECKY COLLINS, Indianapolis Riviera Club, 200-yardbutterfly in 2:16.8 (meet record); BERKELEY'S PAT RUUSKA, CAROLYN SCHULER, ANNBANCROFT and SYLVIA RUUSKA, 400-yard freestyle relay in 3:59.6 and 400-yardmedley relay in 4:25.4 (meet record); IRENE MACDONALD, Los Angeles AC, 1-meterdive with 414.15 points; BARBARA SUE GILDERS, Detroit AC, 3-meter dive with461.5 points, AAU senior women's individual indoor champions, W. Palm Beach,Fla.
Wilmington, Del.,YMCA championships, with 87 points, Colorado Springs, Colo.
TABLETENNIS—ICHIRO OGIMURA, Japan, over Zolton Berczik, Hungary, 26-28, 22-20,21-17, 21-12, men's title; FUJIE EGUCHI, Japan, over Kimihyo Matsuyaki, Japan,21-18, 21-23, 21-19, 17-21, 22-20, women's singles, English Open championships,London.
TRACK ANDFIELD—DALLAS LONG, USC, tossed shot 64, feet 6 inches to unofficially betterworld record in exhibition, Tempe, Ariz.
Penn State AndWinston-Salem State Teachers, each won three relay titles, Quantico (Va.)Relays.
MILEPOSTS—RESIGNED: EDDIE ERDELATZ, talented Navy football coach, one of game'smost astute strategists; suddenly, because "it has been increasinglydifficult to adjust to varying conditions" (see page 75).
DIED: MARIO DEBERNARDI, 66, doughty, wispy, white-haired Italian pilot who set world speedrecords in 1920s, led Italy to Schneider Cup victory at Norfolk, Va. in 1926,was his country's first jet pilot; when heart failed as he was stunting hisDragonfly, a tiny, two-cylinder, 40-horsepower single-seater which he hoped tofly across Atlantic, at Rome.