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BASEBALL—EAST CAROLINA ( Greenville, N.C.), forced into a playoff when Sacramento State blasted it 14-5, returned refreshed after a 20-minute rest to beat the California team 13-7 and take the NAIA championship at Sioux City, Iowa.
BASKETBALL—Two more players were brought into New York District Attorney Frank Hogan's still-spiraling basketball scandal inquiry. They were Jack Rose, 1959-60 captain of the University of Connecticut team, alleged to have accepted SI,000 to shave points, and Eaymond Stanley, a 1960 University of North Carolina graduate, who allegedly turned down but failed to report a $1,000-a-game bribe offer.
BOATING—COLUMBIA, successful defender of the America's Cup in 1958. twice defeated Weatherly in match races on Long Island Sound, the first, over a 20.5-mile course, by 1 minute and 43 seconds, the second, over a 17.5-mile course, by 43 seconds. Cornelius Shields Jr. skippered Columbia, Arthur Knapp Jr., Weatherly.
BOXING—Artful ARCHIE MOORE, 47 (probably), went the full 15 rounds against Italy's Giulio Rinaldi at Madison Square Garden, cut his youthful opponent up while receiving hardly a blow in return, retained his share of the world light-heavyweight crown by a unanimous decision (see page 14).
GOLF—For the third straight year ODESSA COLLEGE made a clean sweep of the National Junior College championship, at Odessa. Texas. Odessa's Charles Meisner. with a nine-under-par total of 279. took the individual title, while Jerry Cozby and Danny Swain won the team title.
Lamar Tech ( Beaumont, Texas) won its second straight NAIA championship in Shawnee, Okla, with a four-man total of 1,164. Texas Wesleyan, with 1,187, was second and Stephen F. Austin State third. Lamar's Bill Lively took the individual title with a one-under-par 287.
HARNESS RACING—AIR RECORD ($25.80) ended Su Mac Lad's winning streak at seven to win the $25,000 Walter Cox Trot at Roosevelt. With George Sholty driving, Air Record finished a nose in front of Silver Song in a close, fast race and a nose and a neck ahead of Su Mac Lad. All eight starters finished within 1� lengths of each other, and the first four (Tie Silk finished in fourth place) were clocked in 2:01[1/5].
HORSE RACING—FUNLOVING ($9.90) held off a late rush by Brookmeade Stable's Bowl of Flowers to win the $87,375 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont, the second leg of the filly Triple Crown, by a head. The Ogden Phipps 3-year-old, sent to the front almost at once by Jockey Bobby Ussery, ran the 1? miles in 1:50[3/5].
Broadway ($6). another Ogden Phipps horse, grabbed an early claim for the juvenile filly crown by winning the $24,150 Polly Drummond" Stakes at Delaware Park by nearly two lengths over Meadow Stable's Cicada. Unbeaten in three starts, Broadway covered the five furlongs in 59,1.