Primonetta ($4), leading all the way, easily won the $37,280 Marguerite Stakes at Pimlico by five lengths over Plum Cake. With Bill Hartack up, she covered the 1 1/16 miles in 1:46 2/5, became the first daughter of 1955 Kentucky Derby winner Swaps to win a stakes race.
Clear Road ($52.30), under the furious urging of Ray York, took the $28,400 Firenze Handicap at Aqueduct by a nose over Soldadesca. The filly covered the mile in 1:36 2/5.
Kelso, gelded son of Your Host-Maid of Flight, by Count Fleet, was named 1960 Horse of the Year, as well as the best 3-year-old. in the annual Morning Telegraph and Daily Racing Form poll. The Bohemia Stable's gelding won eight of his nine races this season, taking his last six stakes in a row, earned $293,310.
SOCCER—ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, in a fast-moving game, defeated University of Maryland 3-2 to win the NCAA championship for the second year, at New York (see page 20). St. Louis beat West Chester (Pa.) State 2-1, and Maryland beat Connecticut 4-0 to reach the finals.
Elizabethtown (PA.) COLLEGE and NEWARK (N.J.) COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING were declared NAIA cochampions when darkness halted their game with the score 2-2, at Slippery Rock, Pa.
TENNIS—ARTHUR ASHE JR. of St. Louis won the National Junior Indoor Championship at St. Louis with a four-hour 10-minute 6-4, 16-14, 9-11, 3-6, 6-1 victory over Frank Froehling of San Antonio. Ashe is the first Negro to win the indoor championship.
MILEPOSTS—ELECTED: JOHNNY LOFTUS, rider of the first triple-crown winner, to the Jockey Club Hall of Fame at Pimlico. In 1919 Loftus rode Sir Barton to victories in the Kentucky Derby, Preakness and Belmont Stakes.
RESIGNED: DEWITT WEAVER, head coach and athletic director at Texas Tech, to enter private business in Mobile, Ala.