ARCHERY—WILRERT VETROKSKY, Cleveland, men's title with 3,473 pts.; CAROLE MEINHART, Pittsburgh, retained women's title with 3,732 pts., Natl. Archery Assn. championships, Lancaster, Pa.
BOATING—WEATHERLY, skippered by Arthur Knapp, left willing but futile challenger Easterner in its wake twice more, winning by 1:15 and 59 seconds over 21-mile triangular course to take Newport Cup, Newport, R.I.
Al Frost Jr., San Diego, piled up 84� pts., sailed off with 110 Clans world title at San Diego in week chockful of championship contests. Other winners: JACK KNIGHT, Philadelphia, retained nutl. Finn Monotype Class title; HERM NICKELS, Fenton, Mich., Intl. Lightning Class; BILL BERRY, Marietta, Ga., Natl. Y-Flyer Class; WALTER E. SWINDEMAN JR., Toledo, N. American Dragon Class; JACK and PAT DU-ANE, Delray Beach, Fla., N. American Flying Dutchman Class; CYRIL COOPER, Bermuda, Intl. Luders-16 Class.
Potomac BC, Washington, edged Philadelphia's Vesper BC, 147-138, for President's Cup, Washington, D.C.
BOXING—VON CLAY, unbeaten Philadelphia light heavyweight, battered Sonny Ray to floor in fourth, drew enough blood for referee to stop TV fight in fifth at Philadelphia for his 10th victory.
GOLF—TOM NIEPORTE of Bronxville, N.Y., who had never won tournament in six years as touring pro, shot 267 for 72 holes to win Rubber City Open, Akron, Ohio.
Jack Nicklaus, Columbus, Ohio, rallied on last 18 to beat Deane Beman, 3 and 2, for second straight Trans-Mississippi title, Minneapolis.
HARNESS RACING—SENATOR FROST: $68,032 American Natl. Maturity for trotters, l m., by head over Mix Hanover, in 2:01 3/5, Sportsman's Pk., Chicago. Dick Buxton, driver.
HORSE RACING—IRISH LANCER: $60,500 Saratoga Special, 6 f., by nose over Tompion, in 1:12, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Eddie Arcaro up.
AIR PILOT: $40,000 Buckeye H., 1? m., by head over Terra Firma, in 1:51, Randall Pk., Cleveland. Jackie Leonard up.