BOATING—Huey Long's ONDINE look advantage of her new fore triangle rig to take the Storm Trysail Club's 25th annual race around Block Island—with most of the 173 starters still struggling in the light winds long after Ondine had finished. Ondine won trophies as first to finish, first in Class A and best on corrected time.
BOWLING—BOBBY COOPER of Houston won the men's championship of the National All-Star Tournament in Northbrook, Ill., averaging 234 pins for 48 games for a total of 34 wins. MARY BAKER of Central Islip, N.Y. took the ladies' title with an average of 210 and 23 wins in 36 games.
COLLEGE BASEBALL—MINNESOTA won its third straight Big 10 championship, finishing its season 15-3. Ohio State had led with 13-1, two games with Michigan State having been canceled due to campus unrest, but lost a doubleheader and the title when the games were made up last week.
GOLF—Playing in a steady drizzle, DAVE HILL won his third $150,000 Danny Thomas- Memphis Open in four years, finishing with a 72-hole total of 267—13 under par and lowest total on the pro tour this year. Homero Blancas, winner of the Colonial National two weeks ago, tied for second, one stroke back, with lefthander Bob Charles and Frank Beard. South African Harold Henning turned in a stunning final round 62, eight under par, scoring a hole in one on the 181-yard 17th hole, but still finished eight strokes behind the winner.
Donna Caponi sank a five-foot birdie putt on the final hole to win the $20,000 Bluegrass Invitational in Louisville, finishing with a two-under-par 214, one stroke ahead of Mary Mills. Miss Mills sank a 20-foot putt for an eagle 3 on the 18th hole to take second.
HARNESS RACING—Messenger Stable's BYE BYE SAM ($11.80) held off the late charge of Tempered Yankee to take the $98,835 Realization Pace at Roosevelt by 1� lengths, Stanley Dancer drove the winner in 2:07[4/5] for the 1[1/16] miles. Going Thru finished third as odds-on favorite Laverne Hanover faded to fourth.
The 3-year-old pacers made their first major appearances, with Louis Resnick and Max Hochberg's TRULUCK ($2.40), the 1969 2-year-old champion and early favorite for the Little Brown Jug, pacing the first two-minute mile of the year in a three-length win over Don Baker in the $16,276 Arden Downs Stake at The Meadows. COLUMBIA GEORGE ($3.20) bettered this clocking in the $25,000 American National Stake at Sportsman's Park, Roland Beaulieu bringing him home in 1:59[2/5], one length ahead of Steady Star.
Eileen Eden, owned by Regalo and Danilo Fossati, repeated her 1968 victory in the $46,000 Elite Trot in Stockholm, Sweden's richest race. She was driven by Hans Fromming to a neck victory over Canadian-owned Fresh Yankee in 2:01[3/5] for the mile.
HORSE RACING—Verna Lea Farm's top-weighted NODOUBLE ($13.60) outdueled Reviewer in a long stretch run to take the $114,600 Metropolitan Mile by a head at Belmont. Jorge Tejeira rode the winner home in 1:34[3/5], a track record, with Dewan closing to take third, three lengths back.
Office Queen ($14.60) streaked to a three-quarter-length victory over Cathy Honey in the $119,625 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont, the second leg of the filly Triple Crown. Carlos Marquez kept the Stephen Calder entry on the lead most of the way, finishing the 1? miles in 1:49[4/5]. Missile Belle was third, two lengths back.