HORSE SHOWS—WEST GERMANY, with 129 points, over U.S., with 76 points, in over-all standings at Pennsylvania National, Harrisburg.
Hans Guenther Winkler, West Germany, individual international jumping championship, Pennsylvania National. Runner-up: Hugh Wiley.
Lady Carrigan, owned by Miss Jolie Richardson, Atlanta, $5,000 Grand Championship 5-Gaited Stake, American Royal, Kansas City, for third time.
MILEPOSTS—DIED: STUART LEWIS-EVANS, 28, after crash in Morocco Grand Prix Oct. 19.
HONORED: MIKE HAWTHORN, British Automobile Racing Club Gold Medal after winning world racing driver championship.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—JUNIOR JOHNSON, Ronda, N.C., 150-mile NASCAR Sweepstakes, Atlanta, in 1957 Ford, with 69.7-mph average.
Johnny Thomson, Boyertown, Pa., 100-mile USAC National Championship race, Sacramento, in 1:07:17. Thomson is now third in big-car point standings behind Tony Bettenhausen and George Amick.
SOCCER—ENGLAND, 5-0 over U.S.S.R. in international match, at Wembley.
TRACK & FIELD—HERB ELLIOTT's mile run of 3:54 officially recognized as world record by International Amateur Athletic Union. Elliott set mark at Dublin in July.