Fleet Velvet ($17.40), Fernando Toro riding, rallied in the stretch to win the $113,400 1[1/16]-mile California Juvenile Stakes for 2-year-olds, at Bay Meadows.
RODEO—TOM FERGUSON of Miami, Okla. won 1974 all-around honors at the National Finals Rodeo in Oklahoma City, to up his earnings for the year to $67,679.
SKIING—HENRI DUVILLARD of France earned $8,000 for winning the slalom and giant slalom at Aspen, Colo. Hank Kashiwa of the U.S. finished second in both events, winning $5,000.
TENNIS—Argentina's GUILLERMO VILAS took the Grand Prix Masters, beating defending champ Ilie Nastase 7-6, 6-2, 3-6, 3-6, 6-4 in Melbourne, Australia. MARGARET COURT won the West Australian Open title with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over Russia's Olga Morozova in Perth.
VOLLEYBALL—UCLA won the sixth Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women ( AIAW) National Championships, defeating the University of Hawaii 15-7, 15-8, at Portland State University. Defending champ Long Beach State was fifth.
MILEPOSTS—INDUCTED: Into the College Football Hall of Fame, HARRY AGGANIS, Boston University quarterback, 1949, '51, '52; JOHN FERRARO, Southern California tackle, 1943, '44, '46 and '47; ELROY HIRSCH, Wisconsin halfback, 1942, Michigan, 1943; BARTON KOCH, Baylor guard, 1928-30; MAL KUTNER, Texas end, 1939-41; JIM PARKER, Ohio State guard, 1954-56; BARNEY POOLE, Mississippi, North Carolina Pre-Flight and Army end, 1942-48; MARCHY SCHWARTZ, Notre Dame halfback, 1929-31; BILLY VESSELS, Oklahoma halfback, 1950-52; BILL MURRAY, Delaware coach, 1940-50, Duke, 1951-65.
RESIGNED: ARA PARSEGHIAN, as football coach at Notre Dame, after 11 seasons. Former Green Bay Packer Coach Dan Devine will replace him.