TRACK & FIELD—The touring U.S. men's track team outraced and outjumped West Germany in Hanover in 18 of 21 events to win the meet 141 points to 82. Then in London, John Pennel vaulted 16 feet 10� inches to better his own world record, and our men beat the British 120 to 91 to close the tour with four straight victories. The pathetic American women's team did just the opposite. After losing to Russia and Poland, the girls took only three of 11 events against the West Germans who, paced by sprint star Jutta Heine (SI, Jan. 28), won 71 points to 45. In London our girls came close, but not close enough, losing 56 to 50 as the British girls' 440-yard relay team set a world record of 45.2.