HOCKEY—College: COLBY's Ron Ryan scored four goals and had four assists in his team's 10-1 defeat of Williams. Ryan's splurge boosted his national scoring lead to 88 points. Colby continued to lead in the East with 34 points. Colgate was next with 32 points. Clarkson scored its sixth shutout of the season, beat RPI 8-0 but trailed the leader by three points. Harvard was fourth.
Michigan Tech defeated Minnesota 6-3, 3-2, finished the regular schedule with 17 won and three lost, held first place in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Michigan was assured of second place with a 12-3 mark, and Denver clinched third. Only the fourth-place playoff spot was uncertain.
NHL: Toe Blake was almost certain of his 6th championship in seven years as Montreal coach. The Canadiens, winning 14 and tying two of their last 18 games, had the biggest lead of a close season, 11 points, over Toronto. Chicago was in third place and New York, breaking a three-game losing streak, held a fourth-place tie with Detroit. Boston was last.
HORSE RACING—DOC JOCOY ($39.40). an 18-to-1 long shot in a field of Kentucky Derby hopefuls, won the $62,900 San Felipe Handicap by a head over Royal Attack, at Santa Anita, Arcadia, Calif. With Willie Harmatz up, Doc Jocoy ran the 1[1/16] miles in 1:44[1/5].
El Loco ($4.90), a 5-year-old Argentine-bred stallion purchased by Hasty House Farm for a reported $50,000, won his first U.S. race, the $99,150 Hialeah Turf Cup, at Hialeah, Fla.
MOTOR SPORTS—GLENN (FIREBALL) ROBERTS, helped by a quick-moving pit crew, drove his 1962 Pontiac to a record 3:10:41 victory in the $106,000 Daytona 500, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Averaging 152.529 mph, Roberts finished 27 seconds ahead of Richard Petty.
SKIING—FIS WORLD SKI GAMES ended with Austrians Karl Schranz and Christl Haas winning the men's and women's downhill races to complete a near sweep of the week-long competition by Austrian skiers, in Chamonix, France (see page 14). Marianne Jahn, also Austrian, was the game's only double winner. She won the ladies' giant slalom, later added the special slalom trophy with a come-from-behind victory over France's Marielle Goitschell. France's Charles Bozon and Guy P�rillat were first and second in the men's special slalom. Egon Zimmermann led Austrian skiers to a 1-2-3 finish in the giant slalom.
Pepi Gramshammer took a first and a second in the two slalom events, won $1.065 in prize money, at the International Professional Ski Racers Association races, in Georgian Peaks, Out.
SPEED SKATING—VICTOR KOSICHKIN, 25-year-old Russian machinist, placed no higher than third in any one of the four races but won the all-round world speed-skating championship on a combined time point score of 188.340, in Moscow. Henk van der Grift of The Netherlands was second.
SWIMMING—DAVE HOOF, ERIC KLAUSSMANN, DOUG KENNEDY and TONY WILSON. Deerfield Academy's 200-yard freestyle team, set a national scholastic record of 1:29.5 and led the academy to a 68-27 victory over Hotchkiss, in Deerfield.