BOATING—PIPE DREAM, 40-foot yawl owned and skippered by Walter Colquitt of Greenwich, Conn., won the 403-mile St. Petersburg-to- Ft. Lauderdale ocean sailing race on a corrected time of 68:43:57. Second was class-C winner Paper Tiger, owned by Jack Powell of St. Petersburg. Class-A winner was Ondine, owned by Stephen Long of Larchmont, N.Y.
Delight, 40-foot yawl under the hand of San Francisco's Dennis Jordan, dethroned Comanche as champion in the 71-mile Miami-to-Cat Cay ocean race on a corrected time of 10:32:26. Comanche, second, was seven minutes behind Delight.
BOWLING—BILL TUCKER of Rock Hill, Mo. won the $10,000 first prize in the All Star Bowling championship at San Bernardino, Calif., with a Petersen point total of 318-49. Second was Dick Weber of St. Louis, with 309-11. PHILLIS NOTARO of Brant, N.Y., won the women's title with 144-13 Petersen points. Second was Hope Riccilli of Downey, Calif., with 143-12.
Helen Klimas of Hartford, Conn., rolled strings of 144-198-159 to win the women's national duckpin title at Hartford. Her total of 501 makes her the first woman ever to roll over 500 in duck pins.
FIELD TRIAL—SAFARI, a white-and-orange female pointer handled by John Gates, defeated a field of 57 pointers and setters to win the Georgia Association's Open All-Age championship at Waynesboro, Ga.
FISHING—OCEAN CITY LIGHT-TACKLE CLUB of Maryland won the International Light Tackle championship at Palm Beach, Fla., with a three-day total of 16 releases on 20-pound line. Runner-up: Cape Hatteras Billfish Club, with 14 releases. Individual winner: J. M. HUTTON JR., of Cincinnati, who released eight sails.
GOLF—BOBBY ROSBURG, 1959 PGA champion, sank a 14-foot birdie putt on the final hole of the $50,000 Bing Crosby pro-am at Pebble Beach, Calif., to win with a 72-hole total of 282 (see page 12).
Jack Russell, 55, of Clearwater, Fla., defeated George Haggarty of Detroit 1 up to win the American senior golf championship at Belleair, Fla.
HOCKEY—MONTREAL held on to first place in the NHL, with Toronto second and Chicago third.
HORSE RACING—BOURBON PRINCE ($23.50), a prominent flop as a Kentucky Derby hopeful last year, took the $61,400 Tropical Park Handicap by 1� lengths over Cranberry Sauce. Under Bobby Ussery, Bourbon Prince covered the 1? mile in 1:47[3/5].