BASKETBALL—WILT CHAMBERLAIN, 7-foot Philadelphia Warrior, scored 100 points in one game against New York in Hershey, Pa., a record for the National Basketball Association. His amazing total also set four other individual records—36 field goals and 28 free throws in one game, 31 points in one quarter and 59 in one half. The score, 169-147, broke the record of 312 points made by two teams ( Boston and Minneapolis in 1959). In the Western Division, Detroit ended a six-game losing streak by beating Chicago 133-116, but remained 6� games behind second-place Cincinnati in the standings.
BOXING—PAOLO ROSI of New York was given a unanimous decision over Manuel Alvarez of Argentina (making his U.S. debut), after a 10-round, no-knockdown match in New York.
COURT TENNIS—NORTHRUP KNOX of Buffalo, N.Y., world open champion, added a fifth U.S. amateur title to his collection by trouncing 25-year-old Jimmy Bostwick of West bury, N.Y. in New York, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. Bostwick, who had barely survived an earlier, intense semifinal round against his older brother Pete, is the U.S. open champion but has now lost the amateur event to Knox three years in a row.
DOG SHOW—CH. TEDWIN'S TOP BILLING, a pure white miniature poodle owned by Col. E. E. Ferguson of Hollywood, beat 1.383 other entries at Kansas City's Heart of America Show for best-of-all-breeds award. Anne Hone Rogers of Mahopac, N.Y. was handler.
FIGURE SKATING—SJOUKJE DIJKSTRA, 20-year-old blonde from The Netherlands' Frisian Islands, pirouetted to her third straight European women's championship in Geneva, amassing 2,333.2 points. ALAIN CALMAT of France won the men's title with a shining performance in the free skating for a total of 2,234.8 points. West Germany's MARIKA KILIUS and HANS-J�RGEN B�UMLER successfully defended their pairs title against strong competition from Russian pair Ljudmilla Belousova and Oleg Protopopov. The scoring was close—205.6 points to 203.8.
GOLF—JOE CAMPBELL of Pendleton, Ind. chewed on a cigar and waited out a rain-interrupted last round in the $20,000 Baton Rouge Open, then fired a 3-under-par 69 for first place and $2,800. Campbell, a former Purdue basketball star, was two strokes up on Bob Rosburg with a four-round total of 274.
George Knudson of Toronto won $1,500 and the Puerto Rico Open at San Juan with a 72-hole total of 280. Knudson, who also won the Maracaibo tournament in Venezuela two weeks before, is eight points behind Don Whitt of San Diego for the circuit's Caribbean Cup, to be awarded after the Jamaica tournament this weekend.
HOCKEY—College: MICHIGAN TECH beat Michigan 6-4 in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association playoff finals at Ann Arbor. Both teams will go as western representatives to the NCAA championships in Utica, N.Y. next week. The two eastern teams will be picked after the first Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament ends this weekend in Boston.
NHL: BOBBY HULL of Chicago scored his 43rd goal of the season in a 5-2 win over Montreal. With seven games left, he needed seven more goals to tic the league record of 50. Hull had 76 points to New York Ranger Andy Bathgate's 78 in the race for league scoring title. New York kept a one-point lead over Detroit for fourth place in spite of losing 4-2 to the Red Wings, but Detroit has three more games to play than New York.
HORSE RACING—YORKTOWN ($19.80), with Jimmy Nichols up, swept down the stretch of the $64,500 New Orleans Handicap to finish a length-and-a-half ahead of Hillsborough, with stretch-runner Carry Back in third. It was the first 1?-mile distance that the 5-year-old had run in two years.