HARNESS RACING—SU MAC LAD ($2.70), biggest money winner of all time, added the $25,000 Volomite Trot to his five-straight string. With Stanley Dancer in the sulky, Su Mac Lad trotted the mile in 2:03, at Yonkers.
ELAINE RODNEY ($6.40) avoided an accident in a wild stretch run, then scored by a neck in Yonkers' $50,000 Harness Tracks of America Trot. The accident wrecked two sulkies, sent one driver to the hospital and broke the leg of contender Lumber Dan, who had to be destroyed.
HORSE RACING—OINK ($57.20), under the left-handed whipping of Jockey Larry Gilligan, came from a length and half behind in the stretch to win by a nose in 1:56 over Tompion in the $100,000 United Nations Handicap on turf at Atlantic City, N.J. In a wild scene in the winner's circle, jubilant Owner Jack Hogan tossed about $2 win tickets to scrambling onlookers, then calmed down long enough to explain the gelding's name: "I figured this was one little piggy that was going to market and bring home the bacon." Carry Back, the 6-to-5 favorite, finished seventh in the field of 12.
Cyane ($19.60), given a brilliant ride by Manuel Ycaza, steered to the inside of Willie Shoemaker on the even-money favorite. Sir Gaylord, and Eddie Arcaro on runner-up Jaipur, to win a dramatic neck victory in 1:17[1/5], at the 72nd running of the Belmont Futurity. Bred, as was Oink, by the late Mrs. G. L. Harrison, the 2-year old bay had been held out of earlier stake races by Trainer Henry Clark to give him time to fill out.
HORSE SHOWS—DAYDREAM, a handsome mare, outstepped two-time winner Plainview's Julia, to win the world championship five-gaited title, at Louisville's Kentucky State Fair.
SOCCER—POLAND dealt Britain's hopes for success in next year's World Cup series a severe blow when it outbooted highly rated Tottenham Hotspur 4-2 in the first game of the European Cup championships, at Chorzow, Poland.
TENNIS—In Paris tiny KEN ROSEWALL overcame the powerful Pancho Gonzales to win the world professional tennis hardcourt championship, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, 8-6. Rosewall spent the first set trying to hang onto his racket against Gonzales' blasting serves and vicious baseline drives. Then, encouraged by the cheering crowd, he forced Gonzales into a defensive game. At 6-6 in the final set, the 35-year-old Gonzales heaved with fatigue in the 90� heat and, finally, subsided, beaten after a rare match.
MILEPOSTS—SUED: INGEMAR JOHANSSON for $13,765 by two resort companies which claim he owes that much for "cash, board, lodging, beverages, sparring partners and other incidental expenses" of his Palm Beach training camp before the third Patterson fight. Johansson's purses are still being held up by the U.S. for taxes.
SIGNED: Heavyweight Champion FLOYD PATTERSON and the unbeaten unknown, Tom McNeeley, for a world title bout Nov. 13 at the Boston Garden.