COLLEGE BASEBALL—SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA gained its fourth straight NCAA baseball championship, beating Arizona State twice, 3-1 and 4-3, and finishing The College World Series unbeaten (page 50).
GOLF—With a record-breaking eight-under-par 63 final round, JOHNNY MILLER won the U.S. Open at Oakmont, Pa., with a 279, one stroke better than John Schlee (page 16).
HARNESS RACING—In the first leg of the Triple Crown for 3-year-old trotters, TAMERLANE ($6), driven by Charlie Clark, won the $93,242 Yonkers Futurity by 2� lengths over Knightly Way (page 68).
HOCKEY—Five men were selected for induction into the NHL Hall of Fame, including 13-time All-Star DOUG HARVEY, who played and coached in the NHL for 18 seasons and is now an assistant coach and scout for the WHA Houston Aeros. Also selected were CHUCK RAYNER, a goalie from 1940 to 1953; the late TOMMY SMITH, whose career spanned 1906 through 1920; FRANK UDVARI, former referee and a present NHL supervisor of officials; and HARTLAND DE M. MOLSON, owner of the Montreal Canadiens from 1957 to 1968.
HORSE RACING—MAGAZINE ($12.20) won the $117,000 Coaching Club American Oaks for 3-year-old fillies at Belmont in record time, by 1� lengths over Bag of Tunes. Ridden by Angel Cordero, the winner finished the mile and a half in 2:27[4/5], trimming 1[3/5] off the old mark. Windy's Daughter, bidding to win the Triple Crown for fillies, finished 11th in the 13-horse field.
Favored OUR NATIVE ($5), Anthony Rini up, won the $100,000 Ohio Derby at Thistledown in Cleveland by 1� lengths over Hearts of Lettuce.
LACROSSE—The SOUTH defeated the North 13-11 in overtime to win the national club All-Star game in Upper Brookville, N.Y.
MOTOR SPORTS—South Africa's JODY SCHECKTER, in a Lola T-330 he had rented from another driver, gained his fourth consecutive L&M victory, averaging 117.468 mph for the 30-lap race at Watkins Glen. Earlier in the week he had destroyed his own Trojan-Chevrolet in a crash during practice. Scheckter finished ahead of Brian Redman in a Steed Lola T-330, set a track Formula 5,000 record for one lap with a clocking of 1:41.227 in the trials, and increased his series point standing to 95. Redman is second with 50.
With a surge on the final lap New Zealand's DENIS HULME captured the Swedish Grand Prix, the seventh race of the 1973 World Championship Formula I series in Anderstorp. Driving a Yardley McLaren, Hulme covered the 80 laps around Scandinavian Raceway in 1:56:46.49, averaging 102.65 mph in the first Formula I race ever run in Sweden. Ronnie Peterson of Sweden, in a JPS Lotus, was second with 1:56:50.88.
Maurice (Mo) Carter, in a Camaro, was declared the winner of an abbreviated Trans-American race, the Watkins Glen (N.Y.) Grand Prix, which was stopped after 72 of the scheduled 92 laps when dense fog rolled over the track. Peter Gregg and Hurley Haywood, in a Porsche Carrera RS, finished second.