AIR RACING—MRS. EDNA GARDNER WHYTE and Co-pilot JEAN MONDIER, Fort Worth, flew Cessna 120 from Miami to San Salvador (2,498 miles) in 20:20, won Women's International Air Race and $800 prize.
BASKETBALL—BILL PERIGO, soft-sell Michigan coach who had struggled through eight years of complacent obscurity, suddenly discovered football-conscious Wolverines were mumbling about last season's 1-13 Big Ten, 4-19 over-all records and "resigned." Perigo's probable replacement: former Michigan Captain Dave Strack, his onetime assistant and now head coach at Idaho.
BOATING—CORNELL varsity, jayvees only throe days earlier, left favored Harvard wallowing 1� lengths behind, became surprise winner of Eastern sprints at Worcester, Mass. (see page 18). But unbeaten HARVARD lightweights salvaged some glory for crestfallen Cantabs, breezing home 1� lengths ahead of Navy in 7:02.6 for 2,000 meters to extend three-year winning streak to 26. WASHINGTON, over California by � length, in 15:04 for three miles, Oakland ( Calif.) Estuary.
BOWLING—BILLY GOLEMBIEWSKI, pint-sized 30-year-old Detroit bowler who has been runner-up so often in major tournaments he was beginning to feel like professional also-ran, finally made off with big prize, outrolling Steve Nagy 874-755 to win ABC Masters championship and $2,280 at Toledo, Ohio.
BOXING—WISCONSIN FACULTY, prodded by unfortunate death of Charlie Mohr in NCAA tournament last month, overwhelmingly voted to abolish intercollegiate boxing at university, ended brilliant 28-year history of sport.
Don Fullmer, youngest of fighting Fullmers, pummeled middleweight trial horse Stefan Redl for 10 rounds, took decision, West Jordan, Utah.
FENCING—NYU's NCAA champions and NAVY dominated All-America team selected by college coaches. The squad: NYU's Gene Glazer, Navy's Bill Lewis and Cornell's Raoul Sudre, foil; NYU's Mike Dasaro, Navy's Al Morales and Penn's Ed Parmaceck, saber; NYU's Gil Eisner, Navy's Bernard Cauley and Yale's Jim Powell, �p�e.
GOLF—SAM SNEAD, whose last TV performance gained something less than rave notices, put his talents before the cameras again, this time counted his clubs carefully before ho shot 203 for 54 holes at Yorba Linda, Calif., walked off with $10,000 first money in round-robin All-Star tournament filmed for later showing. Runners-up: Jimmy Demaret and Cary Middlecoff, with 209s worth $7,000 each; Jackie Burke Jr., with 211 worth $5,000.
Reg Horne, 51-year-old Briton, won British senior golf title with 213 for 54 holes, qualified to meet U.S. Champion Dick Metz for world championship at Gleneagles, Scotland, July 3.
Julius Boros, Mid Pines, N.C., shot par 70 on last 18, took first place with 280, Colonial Invitation, Fort Worth (see page 74).