INTERNATIONAL?In an earlier phase of the Tarn, a picked team of six American pros beat six foreign entrants, 6? to 5?, in the tournament's first International match.
?Led by free-wheeling
Billy Joe Patton
of Morganton, N.C., a team of top U.S. amateurs retained the Americas Cup after two days of triangular competition with Mexico and Canada. Final score: U.S.?14, Canada?13, Mexico?0.
, 20, of Fonthill, Ont., walked off with her fourth consecutive Canadian Women's Open title, defeating Mary Gay of Kitchener, Ont., 9 and 8.
LIKE SON?Ray Fageol, 23, whose father Lou won the speedboat Gold Cup in straight heats two weeks ago, became a national champion in his own right with straight-heat victories in the 7-liter speedboat class of the APBA's national meet at Buffalo.
Sir Gordon Richards
, 50, world champion jockey with 4,870 winners in 34-year career and favorite rider of Queen Elizabeth; five weeks after the queen's colt Abergeldie threw him and rolled on him at Sandowne track.
HONORED?Amos Alonzo stagg, for 65 years football coach at Springfield (Mass.) College, University of Chicago, College of the Pacific and still active as assistant to his son at Susquehanna College in Pennsylvania; on 92nd birthday at his home at Stockton, Calif.
Grantland Rice; .by Football Writers Association, which retired its annual players' award in his honor and established Rice Memorial Award, to be presented each year to college player voted best in nation by the writers.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD