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BASEBALL—A two-run homer over the center-field fence by 5-foot 10-inch, 181-pound Dale Misiek in the fourth inning of the final game of the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. gave WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. a 3-1 victory over Stoney Creek, Ont., Canada.
BOATING—JEAN PIERRE ROGGO of Geneva, Switzerland, retained the International Moth class world championship in waters off Cape May, N.J.; DONALD BEVER of Vermilion, Ohio broke a tie with a first on the final day to win the International Star class world title; TOM ALLEN of Eggertsville, N.Y., the world Lightning champion, took his fourth North American title, in Bay Head, N.J.; and FREEMAN CHASE of the Hingham (Mass.) Yacht Club became the 18th International 210 class national champion at Marblehead, Mass.
Despite only one first place in nine races for O.K. Dinghies, COLIN PARK of Vancouver, B.C. took the O'Day Cup for the North American Single-Handed championship on Seattle's Lake Washington. Park's 109�-point total edged runner-up Randall Swan of Charleston, S.C. by 2� points.
GOLF—AL GEIBERGER, who went into the final round of the $100,000 American Golf Classic in Akron with a five-stroke lead, finished four strokes ahead of runner-up Arnold Palmer with an even par 280. The victory, worth $20,000 to Geiberger, was his first in a major tournament and his first of any kind in two years.
Jean Ashley of Colorado Springs, Colo. took a 1-up lead on the first nine, fell three down at the 19th hole but never lost a hole after that as she beat three-time champion Anne Quast Welts, 5 and 4, in their scheduled 36-hole final match for the U.S. Women's Amateur Golf Championship in Denver.
Jack Barkel of Sydney, Australia became the first foreign golfer ever to win the World Senior Tournament when he sank a 54-foot chip shot on the 18th hole of the Broadmoor club course in Colorado Springs, Colo. to beat Adrian French of Los Angeles.
HARNESS RACING—Two-year-olds GOVERNOR ARMBRO ($3.60) and BONUS BOY ($8.20) won their divisions of the E. Roland Harriman Trot at Yonkers Raceway easily, the Governor by 2� lengths over Mr. Sparkle, and Bonus Boy by 3� lengths over Amastar.
HORSE RACING—Ogden Phipps's BUCKPASSER ($2.60), Braulio Baeza up, closed out the Saratoga meeting with a victory in the $110,175, 6�-furlong Hopeful Stakes by 2� lengths over his stablemate, Impressive (page 54).