HORSE RACING—Barclay Stable's Irish-bred TURBO JET II ($20.30), under Howard Grant, finished three-quarters of a length ahead of favored Gun Bow to win the $111,800 Man o' War Stakes on grass at Aqueduct.
Ray Broussard rode GOING ABROAD ($4.20), a 4-year-old California-bred owned by Ed and Harry Seltzer, to a 2�-length victory over Intercepted in the $126,100 Hawthorne Gold Cup at Hawthorne Race Course, Ill.
Theodora A. Randolph's BON NOUVEL ($3.40), Pat Smithwick in the saddle, romped to a 20-length triumph over Amber Diver in the $28,150 Grand National Steeplechase at Aqueduct.
Jockey WILLIE SHOEMAKER rode to his 5,000th career victory aboard SLAPSTICK ($14.50) in a maiden race for 2-year-olds at Aqueduct. Shoemaker is second in alltime wins to the still-active Johnny Longden, who has 5,889.
HORSE SHOW—Led by JIM DAY, an 18-year-old University of Toronto student who guided his horse Comet to his third blue ribbon in the show's final event—the $1,000 International Jumping Stake—CANADA edged the U.S. 82-80 for the unofficial team title at the Pennsylvania National in Harrisburg. Day defeated Neal Shapiro of Glen Head, N.Y. 52-40, to become the youngest rider ever to win the individual title in the show's 19 years.
Miss Jolie Richardson's MY-MY, a 7-year-old mare ridden by Frank Bradshaw, won the $5,000 five-gaited championship stake at the American Royal show in Kansas City, Mo. The $2,500 prize in the three-gaited class went to another mare, 3-year-old A LOVELY SENSATION, owned by the Dodge Stables and ridden by Earl Teater.
MOTOR SPORTS—DAN GURNEY drove a Brabham to victory in the Grand Prix of Mexico, but the second-place finish by JOHN SURTEES in a Ferrari enabled him to beat Graham Hill by one point for the 1964 World Drivers' Championship (page 60).
A.J. Foyt sped across the finish line of the Golden State 100 at Sacramento nine seconds ahead of Bobby Marshman for his 10th USAC national championship-race victory of the season.
TENNIS—Top-seeded C. ALPHONSO SMITH, of Alexandria, Va. overpowered second-ranked Jack Staton, of St. Petersburg, Fla. 6-3, 6-4 for the singles title in the U.S. Seniors' 55 Clay Court Championships in Knoxville, Tenn.
MILEPOSTS—DIED: FRANCIS J. (Happy) FELTON JR., 56, who conducted the popular Knothole Gang TV show before Brooklyn Dodger home games at Ebbets Field from 1950 through 1958, in a New York City hospital.