COLLEGE: ST. LAWRENCE upset Clarkson 5-2 in the Eastern College Athletic Association championships in Boston, but both teams will go to the NCAA tournament in Utica, N.Y. this weekend.
HORSE RACING—FOUR-AND-TWENTY ($3), with Johnny Longden up, won the 1[1/16]-mile $28,600 San Bernardino Handicap at Santa Anita in California by four lengths over a slow track. It was his fourth win in six starts at the meeting.
Olden times ($7.80). Rex C. Ellsworth's 4-year-old, took the 5118,000 San Juan Capistrano Handicap on the last day of the Santa Anita meeting, with Willie Shoemaker up, in 2:53 for a mile-and-three-quarter turf course.
Admiral's voyage ($7.20) beat Roman Line by a head and survived three foul claims to take the 552,150 Louisiana Derby in New Orleans. Ridden by Ray Broussard, the 3-year-old covered the mile and an eighth in 1:52[3/5], coming from seventh place in the backstretch.
Hillsborough ($3.60), with Charley Burr up, won the $27,400 Bowie Handicap at Bowie, Md. Peter Fuller's 5-year-old went the mile and a sixteenth in 1:46[1/5].
RODEO—SONNY DAVIS of Kenna, N. Mex., rounded up $3,618 worth of prize money in the $62,284 Houston Rodeo at Houston to make him individual high winner and put him third in the national calf-roping standings. Harry Charters Jr., a 6-foot 6-inch performer, took second-place money of $3,362, following Davis in the calf-roping event and placing fifth in the steer wrestling.
SKIING—LINDA MEYERS of Mammoth Mt., Calif., a member of the U.S. FIS team, won the slalom (in 2.01) of the National Alpine Championships at Solitude, Utah, took second in both the giant slalom and downhill and, as a result, won the women's combined. Tammy Dix of Spokane, Wash, finished first in the giant slalom, and Sharon Pecjak of Aspen. Colo, in the downhill. DAVE GORSUCH of Western State College, Gunnison, Colo., breezed down the downhill course ahead of Bill Marolt of Aspen to take first place and the men's combined title. Gorsuch was 2/10 of a second behind Bill Barrier of Bozeman, Mont. in the slalom. Jim Gaddis of the University of Utah won the giant slalom.
Karl Schranz and Traudl Hecher were top Austrians in an Austrian-packed Arlberg Kandahar meet at Sestri�re, Italy. They each won the downhill race and took first place in the combined. Heidi Biebl of West Germany was the only non-Austrian to win, with a first in the women's slalom.
SQUASH RACQUETS—MRS. CHARLES CLASSEN of Bryn Mawr, Pa. and MRS. FRANCIS A. C. VOSTERS of Wilmington. Del. put down last year's winners, Mrs. Nathan Stauffer and Mrs. John Bottger. both of Cynwyd, Pa., 12-15, 18-14, 15-12, 15-10 at Philadelphia, to become this year's women's doubles champions.
TRACK & FIELD—JIM BEATTY ran his second indoor 4-minute mile in a month, this time in 3:59.7, at the CHICAGO DAILY NEWS RELAYS, and the next night at the MILWAUKEE JOURNAL GAMES won the 1,000 in 2:10.7 as Jim Grelle took the mile in 4:10.4. Hayes Jones set a world mark of 6.9 in the 60-yard hurdles at Chicago, and in Milwaukee tied his own world record of 5.9 in the 50-yard high hurdles. John Uelses, his footwork and timing still off since his flu bout, slipped to 14 feet 11� inches and fourth place in the pole vault at Chicago as Henry Wadsworth won at 15 feet 4� inches. But the next night Uelses was first with a meet record 15 feet 6� inches. Kansas (Kirk Hagan. Tonni Coane, Bill Thornton, Bill Dotson) set an indoor world record in the two-mile relay with a time of 7:30.8 at Chicago.