BOATING—CALIFORNIA, over Stanford, by 2¼ lengths, in 14:56 for 3 m., Redwood City, Calif.
Washington-Lee H.S., Arlington, Va., Stotesbury Cup, in 5:13.2, Philadelphia.
COURT TENNIS—NORTHRUP KNOX, U.S., over Lord Aberdare, 6-0, 6-2, 6-1, British amateur title, London.
CRICKET—PAKISTAN, over Ontario, by 81 runs, Toronto.
DOG SHOWS—CH. BLACK TOMMY OF HUGUENOT (bloodhound), owned by S. Edward Simon, Chatham, N.Y., best-in-show, L.I. Kennel Club, Locust Valley, N.Y.
Ch. Wyrtex Wyns Gillian, owned by Mrs. Munro W. Lanier, New York, and handled by Jimmy Butler, best-in-breed, American Fox Terrier Club, Locust Valley, N. Y.
GOLF—BILLY MAXWELL, Odessa, Texas, $20,000 Memphis Invitational, with 267 for 72 holes.
Wiffi Smith, St. Clair, Mich., Betsy Rawls-Peach Blossom Open, with 216 for 54, holes, Spartanburg, S.C.
HORSE RACING—HOW NOW: $54,200 Los Angeles H., 7 f., by ¾ length, in 1:21 3/5, Hollywood Pk. Willie Harmatz up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—GERRY GEORGI, Nyack, N.Y., 30-m. feature for over 2,000 cc. cars, with 74.1 mph average, in Jag Special, Lime Rock, Conn. Runners-up: Gordon MacKenzie, Millbrook, N.Y., in Jag; Tony Luther, Shelton, Conn., in Jag.
Joe Bechtel (driver) and Celia Bechtel (navigator), Manhattan Beach, Calif., 800-m. Golden West Rally, with 56 penalty pts., in Porsche, Sacramento.
Mike Klapak, Warren, Ohio, USAC 250-m. stock car race, in 3:30:54.586, with 71.112 mph average, in 1957 Ford, Langhorne, Pa.
Junior Johnson, N. Wilkesboro, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl., in 1:1 6:18 (record), with 78.63 mph average, in 1957 Ford, N. Wilkesboro.
SOCCER—OFFENBACH KICKERS, over Detroit-Windsor All-Stars, 4-0, Detroit; over St. Louis Kutis, 4-1, Chicago.
England and Russia, 1-1 tie, Moscow.
Tennis Pancho Gonzales, over Lew Hoad, 3 matches to 1. Gonzales leads pro tour, 44-34.
(Davis Cup, European Zone, second round)
Britain 5—Brazil 0
Denmark 4—Czech. 1
France 4—Chile 1
Italy 3—India 2
Mexico 5—Finland 0
Poland 4—Switzerland 1
W. Germany 3—Belgium 2
TRACK & FIELD—CORNELL, Heptagonal Games, with 63½ pts., Annapolis.
LSU, Southeastern Conference title, with 53 5/6 pts., Birmingham.
Kansas, Big Eight title, with 145 1/5 pts., Columbia, Mo.
Johnny Kelley, Groton, Conn., AAU marathon title, in 2:21:00.4 (new record) for 26 m. 385 yds., Yonkers, N.Y.