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BICYCLE RACING—ERCOLE BALDINI, Italy, world road racing title, in 7:29:32 for 172.3 miles, Rheims, France.

BOATING—GEORGE O'DAY, Boston, U.S. intl. 14-foot Dinghy Class title, Newport Beach, Calif.

Henry Cawthra, Grosse Pointe, Mich., Intl. Lightning Class title, with 250 pts., Little Egg Harbor, N.J.

Norton (CONN.) YC, skippered by Kevin Jaffe, N. American jr. sailing title and Sears Cup, Vancouver.

Miss Bardahl, piloted by Miro Slovak, Intl. Trophy, with 2 firsts, 1 second, Buffalo.

Byron Pool and Lonnie Kirkpatrick, Carmi, Ill., 1,058-m. Mississippi River motorboat marathon. New Orleans to St. Louis, in record 29:29.

GOLF—MICKEY WRIGHT, La Jolla, Calif., Opie Turner Open, with 222 for 54 holes, Burneyville, Okla.

Charlie Boswell, Birmingham, Intl. Blind Golfers title, with 191 for 36 holes, Brantford, Ont. Team champion: U.S., with 1,355 strokes.

HARNESS RACING—MEADOW AL: $46,436 Fox Stake (for 2-year-old pacers) in two heats, Indiana Stale Fair, Indianapolis. Joe O'Brien, driver.

SPEEDY PICK: $25,000 Delaware Invitational for trotters in 2:00⅖ Brandywine Raceway, Wilmington. Charley Fitzpatrick Jr., driver.

HORSE RACING—MUNCH: $61,150 Atlantic City H., 1[3/16] m., by 3½ lengths, in 1:57, Atlantic City. Howard Grant up.

MARK ANTONY: $7,500 Manchester H., by 5 lengths, in world record 1:39[1/5] for 1 m., 70 yds., Rockingham. Henry Wajda up.

HORSE SHOW—DREAM WALTZ, owned and ridden by Judy Marks, Amateur Champion, Illinois State Fair, Springfield.

HURLING—TIPPERARY, over Galway, 4 goals, 9 pts. to 2 goals, 4 pts., Dublin.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—FRED LORENZEN, Elmhurst, N.Y., US AC 300-miler, in 3:21:09, with 89.24-mph average, in 1957 Ford, Trenton, N.J.

POLO—DALLAS AC, over Solocup of Chicago, 7-5, U.S. Open title, Hinsdale, Ill.

ROQUE—BOBBY ARNOLD, Los Angeles, over Charley Vulagmott, 32-1, Natl. title, Dallas.

SOFTBALL—STRATFORD, CONN., over Fresno, Calif., 1-0 for women's world title, Stratford.

Detroit, over Cleveland Sheffields, 7-4, Amateur Softball Assn. slow-pitch open title, Cleveland.

TENNIS—VIC SEIXAS, Philadelphia, over Ulf Schmidt, 13-11, 6-2, Westchester Bowl, Rye, N.Y.

Mrs. Margaret Dupont, Wilmington, Del., and NEALE FRASER, Australia, over Maria Bueno and Alex Olmedo, 6-4, 3-6, 9-7, U.S. mixed doubles, Forest Hills.