BARREL JUMPING—LEO LeBEL, Hartford University, world title for 6th straight year, with 16-barrel leap of 26 feet 1� inches, Grossinger, N.Y.
BASKETBALL—BOSTON, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
Latvian Central States All-Stars over touring Swedish Olympic team 72-62, Chicago. Yvon Coutu Huskies over Swedish team 58-57; Swedish team over Snowdon YMHA Blues 73-60, Montreal.
BOATING—MOGU, owned by Fred S. Guggenheimer, 50-mile St. Petersburg to Venice ocean race, to clinch Florida Ocean Racing Association championship.
BOWLING—SYLVIA WENE, Philadelphia, rolled first perfect game in women's division of All-Star Bowling tournament, first in tournament's 18 years, Omaha.
BOXING—CASPAR ORTEGA, Mexico, 10-round decision over Stan Harrington, Honolulu, welterweights, Madison Square Garden.
Carl Hubbard, 7-round TKO over Stefan Redl, welterweights, Chicago.
Kenji Yonekura, Japan, 12-round decision over Leo Espinosa, Philippines, for Orient bantamweight title, Tokyo.
CHESS—SVETOZAR GLIGORIC, Belgrade, International Masters tournament, Hastings, England.
Elizaveta Bykova, Russian economist, Women's World Chess Championship, Moscow, for third time.