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BOATING—MIT, natl. intercollegiate dinghy title, with 229 pts., Newport Beach, Calif.

Hilaria, owned and skippered by Hugh Schaddelee, Grand Rapids, Chicago-Michigan City (Ind.) race, in record 4:06:30 corrected time.

BOXING—ALEX MITEFF and GEORGE CHUVALO, 10-round draw, heavyweights, Toronto.

Frankie Ryff, 10-round decision over Tommy Tibbs, lightweights, New York.

FISHING—MRS. ROBERT MATHEWS, Nashville, Intl. Women's Fishing Assn. Tarpon Tournament, with 5 fish and 1,827 pts., Boca Grande, Fla.

GOLF—PATTY BERG, St. Andrews, Ill., Western Open, with 293 for 72 holes, Erie, Pa.

Jack Nicklaus, Columbus, Ohio, over Dick Norville, 9 and 8, Trans-Mississippi Amateur, Hutchinson, Kans.

HARNESS RACING—MEADOW MAID: $33,050 Devotion Pace, 1 m., by ½ length, in 2:05 2/5, Roosevelt Raceway. Del Miller driver.

HORSE RACING—EDDIE SCHMIDT: $54,700 Inglewood H., 1 1/16 m., by nose, in 1:41 3/5, Hollywood Pk. Alex Maese up.

TERRA FIRMA: $31,990 Ohio Derby, 1 1/8 m., by 6 lengths, in 1:54 1/5, ThistleDown. L. C. Cook up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—CURTIS TURNER, Roanoke, Va., NASCAR 100-m. convertible race, in 1:47:19, with 56.60-mph average, in 1958 Ford, Birmingham.

Darel Dieriger, Indianapolis, Dayton (Ohio) Intl. 300 for stocks and sports cars in 1957 Ford.

Jim and Laverne Hellen, Levittown, N.Y., Historic New York Natl. Sports Car Rally, in Austin-Healey, with 379 seconds error, Syracuse, N.Y.

Luigi Taramazzo and Giuseppe Gerini, Italy, 1,000-m. Mille Miglia, with 30.3-mph average, in Ferrari, Brescia, Italy. (Le Mans class winners)

Alejandro De Tomaso and Colin David, index of performance and Class H, in 749-cc. OSCA.

Hill and Gendebien, Class D, in Ferrari.

Jean Behra and Hans Hermann, Class E, in Porsche.

Edgar Barth and Paul Frere, Class F, in Porsche.

MOTORCYCLE RACING—BRAD ANDRES, San Diego, 100-m. natl. championship, in 1:45:24.64, Laconia, N.H.

RODEO—McNEESE STATE, Natl. Intercollegiate Rodeo Assn. team title, with 780 pts., Colorado Springs. All-round cowboy: Doyle McSpadden, Texas A&M.

TENNIS—RAY SENKOWSKI, Hamtramck, Mich., over Frank Froehling, 7-5, 7-5, 6-2, natl. scholastic title, Charlottesville, Va.