BOATING—PENN, stroked by Jim Wynne, over Cornell by 1 length in 10:57.6 for 2 miles, to retain Crawford Madeira Challenge Bowl, Ithaca, N.Y.
Wisconsin, stroked by Herb Degner and racing in borrowed shell, over Navy by 2 lengths in 9:21 for 1� miles, Annapolis.
California gave retiring Coach Ky Ebright suitable send-off, winning 3-mile varsity race by 8� lengths in 14:58 and sweeping river against Stanford in final home regatta at Oakland, Calif.
Washington-Lee H.S., Arlington, Va., beat Hammond, Alexandria, Va., by 5 feet in 4:44.6 for mile for third straight 8-oared title, Natl. Schoolboy Championships, Wyandotte, Mich. Other winners: WASHINGTON-LEE, jr. eights and doubles; BISHOP FALLON H.S., Buffalo, fours; ST. CATHERINE'S ( ONT.) COLLEGIATE, jr. fours; DAVE HILLMAN, Approved Tutors H.S., Philadelphia, singles; TONY WALKER, Haverford (Pa.) School, jr. singles; JIM CROWELL and JACK BARCLAY, Haverford School, jr. doubles.
BOXING—EDDIE MACHEN, 10-round decision over Reuben Vargas, heavyweights, San Francisco.
Alex Miteff, 10-round decision over Wayne Bethea, heavyweights, New York.
Joey Giambra, 10-round decision over Tiger Jones, middleweights, Dallas.
GOLF—JACK NICKLAUS, U.S., St. George's Grand Challenge Cup, with 119 for 36 holes, at Sandwich, in warmup for British Amateur.
Sandra Jane Haynie, 15, continued to dominate Texas golf scene, defeating Wanda So-well, 3 and 2, for third Austin women's title.
HORSE RACING—HILLSDALE: $112,900 Californian, 1 1/16 m., over Amerigo in photo finish, in 1:40 4/5, Hollywood Pk. Tommy Barrow up. Hillsdale won $66,800, raised 1959 winnings to $270,250, lifetime earnings to $415,095.