BOATING—The first to finish the 635-mile Newport-to- Bermuda race was the 73-foot South African ketch STORMVOGEL, owned by Cornelius Bruynzeel, in the elapsed time of 92 hours, 10 minutes and 15 seconds, but the overall winner on corrected time (80:50:07) was BURGOO, a Class E, 37-foot fiber-glass yawl, owned and skippered by Milton Ernstof of Providence.
BOXING—Third-ranked Welterweight JOS� STABLE from Cuba, out of action for eight months after breaking his jaw in training, came back and battered Vince Shomo in Madison Square Garden for a sixth-round TKO and his seventh straight victory.
In a nontitle fight, World Junior Welterweight Champion EDDIE PERKINS of Chicago overpowered Canadian Champion Les Sprague of Dartmouth, N.S., to gain a 10-round unanimous decision in Regina, Sask.
FOOTBALL—Led by Quarterback George Mira of the University of Miami, the EAST came from behind with three touchdowns in the second half to edge the West 18-15 in the All-America game at Buffalo. Mira, who will be a rookie this season with the San Francisco 49ers, completed 21 of 40 passes for 306 yards, and was named the game's most valuable player.
GOLF—After finishing the regulation 72 holes of the $100,000 Cleveland Open tied with Arnold Palmer at 270, TONY LEMA sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff for his third victory in four weeks and his fourth tournament win of the season. A month ago Lema was 25th on the pro money-winning list; since then he has won $48,831 and is now in second place with $60,561, just $1,090 behind Palmer.
In her second victory in as many weeks and her sixth in 11 tournaments this season, MICKEY WRIGHT shot a four-under-par 215 for 54 holes to beat Ruth Jessen by two strokes for the $10,000 Waldemar Women's Open title in Brookville, N.Y.
HARNESS RACING—Favored PACK HANOVER ($3.70), owned by Turi Manzoni of Milan, Italy, and driven by Sergio Brighenti, easily beat seven other foreign-owned trotters to take the $45,000 Transoceanic Trot at Yonkers Raceway. The American-bred 6-year-old covered the 1�-mile distance in a fast 2:37[1/5] to finish three lengths in front of Canadian-owned Sprite Kid.
HORSE RACING—Cecil Carmine's DANDY K ($11), ridden by Donald Brumfield, upset Roman Brother by three lengths to win the $115,000 Chicagoan for 3-year-olds at Arlington Park.
Carrying top weight of 136 pounds, Mrs. Richard C. duPont's KELSO ($3.10), Ismael Valenzuela aboard, won the $15,000 Straight Face Handicap at Aqueduct for his first victory in three starts this season. The 7-year-old gelding has a career total of 32 victories in 48 starts, and has earned $1,591,452—just $158,417 short of Round Table's alltime record.
First place in the $207,200 Irish Sweeps Derby at the Curragh went to Mrs. Doreen Rogers' and John Ismay's SANTA CLAUS, winner of the Epsom Derby earlier in June. The Irish-trained colt, first since 1907 to win both the English and Irish derbies, trailed far back in the 19-horse field during the first mile of the 1�-mile race; then "I gave him his head two furlongs out and he just sailed past them," said Irish Jockey Billy Burke.