Montauk, N.Y. Yacht Club took three-day U.S. Atlantic Tuna Tournament as 27 clubs fishing out of Point Judith, R.I. boated 34 giant bluefins for most successful haul in recent years. Largest fish—758-pounder—was caught by Robert M. Akin 3rd of N. Tarrytown, N.Y.
Long Beach ( Calif.) Neptunes' three-man team captured U.S. underwater spear-fishing championship, returning 94 pounds 8 ounces of fish from turbulent seas off Newport, R.I. Award for largest single fish went to Lee Jamison of Neptunes who skewered 9-pound 6-ounce blackfish.
Ken Rosewall, cleverly mixing passing shots and accurate lobs, took first set from Ham Richardson 6-0, won second 8-6 after rangy opponent failed in four opportunities to break through service, final 6-2, to end Richardson's quest for third consecutive leg on Newport Casino Cup at Newport, R.I.
Ed Furgol, skipping scheduled lessons at home club in St. Louis at last minute because he "likes action," fired five-under-par 65 on final 18, including six birdies, to overtake Jackie Burke, win $35,000 Milwaukee Open with 265.
Andy Schoettle skippered Victor Sheronas' Rush IV to victory in Olympic 5.5-meter class trials at Marion, Mass. after point-leader Quixotic lost mainsail when $3.50 fitting opened, causing $15,000 boat to come in last (see page 44).
Noble Adios, full brother of Adios Harry, went to outside in stretch under Johnny Simpson's guidance, scored head victory over favored Bachelor Hanover in $71,570 William H. Cane Futurity Pace at Yonkers.
BORN—To Tony Trabert, 26, former No. 1-ranked U.S. amateur tennis player, and Shauna Wood Trabert, 25, one-time Miss Utah (1953): their first son, Michael Anthony, at Salt Lake City.
MARRIED—Stella Walsh, 45, Polish gold-medal winner in 1932 Olympics, and Harry-Olson, 33, aviation company draftsman; at Los Angeles.