A compromise of sorts was reached last week in a dispute between Bob Keino (left), a 17-year-old junior at Ridgewood (N.J.) High and a son of Kenyan Olympic hero Kip Keino, and the New Jersey State Interscholastic Association. Bob, who says he came to high school in the U.S. in quest of stronger academics, won the state cross-country championship last fall but was stripped of that victory and declared ineligible for future competition. Facing a legal challenge, the association restored Bob's eligibility but not his title, holding that he had "transferred for athletic advantage." Of course, in Kenya, Bob could have attended St. Patrick's, a school 14 miles from his home. St, Patrick's has produced 15 Olympic runners, Ridgewood none.