ARCHERY—BILL PARTIN of Lexington, Ohio, scored 1,666 of a possible 1,728 to win the men's freestyle at the Ben Pearson Open Tournament in Fort Wayne, Ind. ALLEN FROATS of Midland, Pa. won the men's instinctive. MARGARET TILL-BERRY of Springfield, Ohio took the women's freestyle, and GERTRUDE HITT of Archbold. Ohio the women's instinctive.
BOXING—PAUL PENDER, in charge in the middle and late rounds, retained his world middleweight championship (the Massachusetts, New York and European version) with a 15-round unanimous decision over Carmen Basilio in Boston (see page 59)
Joe Brown, 34-year-old world lightweight champion with 15 years' ring experience, chopped up British Challenger Dave Charnley for 15 rounds, for the 10th time successfully defended his title, in London.
Cassius Clay, Olympic light heavyweight champion, ran his pro record to 6-0 with a second-round KO over knockout specialist LaMar Clark in Louisville. Clay broke Clark's nose and downed him twice in the first, finished the job in less than a minute and a half of the second.
Tommy Mathis of the Air Force won his second flyweight title in the WORLD-WIDE INTERSERVICE championships at Hamilton Air Force Base, Calif. Olympic Bronze Medal Winner Quincey Daniels of the Air Force easily won the light welterweight title. Other winners: John L. Cereghian, Air Force (bantamweight); Henry Aaron, 82nd Airborne (featherweight); Jim Richardson, Air Force (lightweight); Ralph McCoy, Air Force (welterweight); Dean Harrison, Air Force (light middleweight); William Parks, 82nd Airborne (middleweight); Gerald Pate, 101st Airborne (light heavyweight); James Johnson, 101st Airborne (heavyweight).
CREW—NAVY, borrowing four members from its junior varsity, scored an easy two-length victory over Princeton, using the entire varsity: the junior varsity boat won by a length over the Tigers. HARVARD, a questionable quality in preseason forecasts, proved surprisingly strong in its opening race, outrowed Brown and Syracuse. YALE, low-stroking, took Rutgers by 1� lengths; CORNELL won all three of its races against Pennsylvania.
GOLF—BARBARA McINTIRE of Lake Park, Fla., with a final-round victory of three and one over good friend Judy Bell of Wichita, Kans., won her second consecutive North and South women's amateur title in Pinehurst, N.C.
Mary Lena Faulk of Sea Island, Ga., shot a 54-hole total of 211 to win the $7,000 Babe Zaharias Open in Beaumont, Texas, her first major victory since 1957. Louise Suggs of Atlanta was second with 215.
HARNESS RACING—SU MAC LAD ($5.40), representing the U.S., took the lead after the first half mile and won the $50,000 United Nations Trot at Yonkers by� length over Canada's Tie Silk (see page 49). Third, more than two lengths behind, was Italy's Tornese. It was the fourth straight victory for the 7-year-old gelding, who trotted the taxing 1� miles in 3:10 4/5. Stanley Dancer, driver.
HORSE RACING—GLOBEMASTER ($30.40), never behind, upset Carry Back, favored for the Kentucky Derby, by 3� lengths in the 586,250 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct (see page 18). Ambiopoise was third, six lengths behind Carry Back. Owned by Leonard P. Sasso, Globemaster, with John L. Rotz up, ran the 1? miles in 1:50[1/5].