BOWLING—Don Bartz, 30-year-old Milwaukee lithographic color artist, who rolled 1,708 for 8-game series last April 27, won $20,000 first prize in Petersen Bowling Classic, Chicago.
BOXING—Billy Besmanoff, fighting out of crouch, poked way to 10-round upset win over Mike DeJohn, heavyweights, Milwaukee.
Joey Giardello, 1-round KO over Del Flanagan, middleweights, St. Paul.
Louis Manuel Rodriquez, unbeaten Cuban welterweight, punished ex-Champion Virgil Akins, won 10-round decision, Miami Beach.
Florentino Fernandez, another invading Cuban welterweight, scored 7-round TKO over Stefan Redl, New York.
GOLF—DOUG FORD, Paradise, Fla., came in with last-round 70 for 276 total to win Canadian Open by two strokes for first victory of year, Montreal.
Henri De Lamaze, France, over Paul Coste, American now living in France, 9 and 7 in 36-hole final to win sixth straight French Amateur, Paris.
Jim King shot 282 for 72 holes to win individual title, led Western Illinois to NAIA team championship, Quincy, Ill.
Judy Eller, U. of Miami sophomore from Old Hickory, Tenn., over Julie Hull, Purdue, 3 and 2, for women's natl. college title, Chapel Hill, N.C.
Larry Sears, 16, Waycross, Ga., sr. boys' title, with 1-under-par 141 for 36 holes; MARTHA KOSAR, 14, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, sr. girls' title, with 192 for 36 holes, Natl. Pee-Wee championships, Orlando, Fla.