MEN—100-meter freestyle: Gary Ilman, 21, San Jose, Calif.; Don Schollander, 18, Lake Oswego, Ore.; Mike Austin, 21, Rochester, N.Y.; Steve Clark, 21, Los Altos, Calif. (for relay). 400-meter freestyle: Roy Saari, 19, El Segundo, Calif.; Schollander; John Nelson, 16, Pompano Beach, Fla. 1,500-meter freestyle: Saari; Nelson; Bill Farley, 19, Los Angeles. 200-meter backstroke: Gary Dilley, 19, Huntington, Ind.; Jed Graef, 21, Verona, N.J.; Bob Bennett, 20, Encino, Calif. 200-meter butterfly: Fred Schmidt, 20, Northbrook, Ill.; Carl Robie, 19, Drexel Hill, Pa.; Phil Riker, 17, Paterson, N.J. 200-meter breaststroke: Chet Jastremski, 23, Toledo, Ohio; Tom Trethewey, 20, Mount Lebanon, Pa.; Wayne Anderson, 20, Santa Clara, Calif. 400-meter individual medley: Dick Roth, 16, Atherton, Calif.; Saari; Robie. 100-meter butterfly for 400-meter medley relay: Walter Richardson, 20, Hinsdale, Ill.; Larry Schulhof, 21, Muncie, Ind. 100-meter backstroke for 400-meter medley relay: Thompson Mann, 21, Chesapeake, Va.; Dick McGeagh, 20, Glendale, Calif. 100-meter breaststroke for 400-meter medley relay: Bill Craig, 19, Glendale, Calif.; Virgil Luken, 21, Minneapolis. 200-meter freestyle for 800-meter freestyle relay: Ed Townsend, 20, Santa Clara, Calif.; Bill Mettler, 17, Mesa, Ariz.; Dave Lyons, 21, Wilmette, Ill.; Mike Wall, 18, San Jose, Calif.
WOMEN—100-meter freestyle: Sharon Stouder, 15, Glendora, Calif.; Kathy Ellis, 17, Indianapolis; Jenne Hallock, 17, Commerce, Calif. 400-meter freestyle: Marilyn Ramenofsky, 18, Phoenix; Terri Stickles, 18, San Mateo, Calif.; Ginny Duenkel, 17, West Orange, N.J. 100-meter butterfly: Stouder; Ellis; Donna de Varona, 17, Santa Clara, Calif.; Sue Pitt, 17, Westfield, N.J. (for medley relay). 100-meter backstroke: Cathy Ferguson, 16, Burbank, Calif.; Duenkel; Nina Harmar, 19, Philadelphia. 200-meter breaststroke: Claudia Kolb, 14, Santa Clara, Calif.; Tammy Hazleton, 16, Silver Spring, Md.; Sandra Nitta, 15, Commerce, Calif. 400-meter individual medley: de Varona; Martha Randall, 16, Wayne, Pa.; Sharon Finneran, 18, Los Angeles. 100-meter breaststroke for 400-meter medley relay: Judy Reeder, 16, Santa Clara, Calif.; Cynthia Goyette, 18, Detroit. 100-meter freestyle for 400-meter freestyle relay: Pokey Watson, 14, Portola Valley, Calif.; Kathy Seidel, 14, Los Altos, Calif.; Lynne Allsup, 15, Bloomington, Ill.: Erika Bricker, 15, Visalia, Calif.; Patience Sherman, 18, Upper Montclair, N.J.
During the Soviet national championships, which also served as the qualifying trials for the Russian Olympic team, SVETLANA BABANINA lowered the women's world record for the 100-meter breaststroke by .7 of a second with a 1:17.2 clocking, and GEORGI PROKOPENKO nipped half a second from his own world mark in the men's 100-meter breaststroke. His time was 1:06.9.
Australia's incomparable MURRAY ROSE, who will not be going to the Olympics, set a new world 880-yard freestyle mark at the Canadian Swimming Championships in Vancouver, B.C. with an 8:55.5 clocking, 4.1 seconds better than Australian Jon Konrad's 1959 record.
Lenore Modell stepped into the English Channel at Cap Griz Nez, France and churned through the icy, tide-tossed sea for 15 hours and 27 minutes before wading ashore at Dover. The 14-year-old Sacramento, Calif. schoolgirl thus became the youngest person to ever complete the arduous Channel swim.
TENNIS—AUSTRALIA, with Margaret Smith and Lesley Turner, gained the world women's team championship by defeating the U.S. 2-1 in Philadelphia.
TRACK & FIELD—TERJE PEDERSEN, a Norwegian dental student, hurled the javelin 300 feet 11� inches in an Oslo meet to break his own world record by 15 feet 1� inches. It was the first time that the formidable 300-foot mark in javelin competition had been reached.
WEIGHT LIFTING—The world's strongest man, four-time world champion YURI VLASOV, smashed all of the four world heavyweight records by lifting 432 pounds in the press, 376 in the snatch and 475 in the clean and jerk for a total of 1,283 pounds (1,278 pounds will be the official listing) in qualifying for the Russian Olympic team in Moscow.
MILEPOSTS—RETIRED: The major leagues' best-known statistician, ALLAN ROTH, 47, who devised invaluable, intricate pitching charts for the Los Angeles Dodgers, after 17 years with the team, because he is tired of making road trips.
DIED: Stewart H. Holbrook, 71, outdoor writer and historian, author of more than 20 books and innumerable magazine articles, whose works pungently describe the forests and rivers of the Pacific Northwest, of a cerebral hemorrhage, in Portland, Ore.