TARANTINO of San Francisco, won amateur all-round title in National Bait and
Fly Casting championships at Detroit. MARION GARBER of Toledo, men's all-round
winner in National Skish (an event using only standard tackle)
South alternated touchdowns with the North six times in the All-America Prep
game at Baton Rouge, La., but at the end a field goal won the game. North
scored its final touchdown with 17 seconds to go, led 19-18. In the first play
after kickoff, pass interference was called on North. With only one second
remaining BILLY LOTHRIDGE of Bainbridge, Ga. (he will play for Georgia Tech
this fall) kicked a 32-yard field goal, gave the SOUTH a 21-19 victory.
FAIRFIELD of Jacksonville, Ill., won the St. Paul Open with a 22-under-par 266
for 72 holes, at St. Paul, Minn.
of Calgary, Alberta, defeated Gary Cowan of Toronto 4 and 3 for Canadian
amateur title at Ottawa.
17, of Fayetteville, N.C., carded a 5-under-par 284 for 72 holes to take
International Jaycee junior championship at Waterloo, Iowa.
17, of Janesville, Wis., defeated Sharon Fladoos of Dubuque, Iowa, 2-up for
USGA Junior Girls title at Tulsa.
Bruce Devlin of
Australia became the first amateur in more than 20 years to win Australian
Open, with 282 for 72 holes, at Perth.
RACING—HAIROS II ($11.90), Holland's entry in the $30,000 International Trot at
Roosevelt, stayed in the middle, beat Italy's Crevalcore by half a length,
U.S.'s Silver Song by a length (see page 15).
($9.60) and Betting Time ($2.80), both sons of Good Time, won the $59,600
Battle of the Brandywine, a two-division race at Brandywine Raceway, to become
top entries for September's Little Brown Jug. Knight Time, driven by Leon
Boring, took the first division by a neck over Kashworthy, covering the mile in
2:01[4/5], while Betting Time, driven by Clint Hodgins, took the second
division by two lengths over Bright Knight in 2:02[2/5].
Bye Bye Byrd
($2.60), winningest harness horse in history ($396,746), captured the $10,000
Governor's Cup in a fast 2:00[4/5] over a wet track at Sportsman's Park beating
out O'Brien Hanover for the mile.