Mike Annison, a June graduate of Williams College and the nation's second leading lacrosse goal scorer with a total of 45 for the season, scored a record nine goals during the annual All-Star game in Syracuse, N.Y. to boost the North to a 15-10 victory over the South.

Ron Wallingford, 32, a professor and track, coach at McMaster (Ont.) College running in only his seventh marathon, won the AAU national title in Holyoke, Mass. with a time of 2:22.29. Wallingford finished 3.02 minutes ahead of runner-up John Kelley.

Clyde Wright, a left-handed pitcher (10-0 season, 33-3 career) and a right-handed out-fielder (.445, 14 HRs) for Carson-Newman (Tenn.) College, struck out 37 in two games to lead his team to the NAIA title in St. Joseph, Mo. He then was drafted by the Angels.

Donald Raby, a 35-year-old marina operator from Lansing, Mich., in his first try at the 131-mile Hudson River Marathon, won the event in a 17-foot Dorsett, finishing five miles ahead of the pack. "It was like roller-skating down a railroad track," he said later.

June Douglas, 30, a Palm Beach stock broker, averaged over 150 mph to win the 1,468-mile women's international New Jersey-to-Nassau air race. Miss Douglas closed the vents on her Piper Cherokee to reduce wind drag, and shed five pounds in the steamy cabin.

Jerry Smith, a freshman at Odessa (Texas) Junior College, sank a 15-foot putt on the first extra hole of the 72-hole National Junior College Golf Championship in Grand Rapids, Mich. to gain the medalist title. He also helped Odessa win its sixth team title in seven years.

SIX PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)