BASEBALL—NISHITETSU LIONS, 4 games to 3, over Yomiuri Giants to win Japan "World Series" for third straight year after trailing 0-3 in early games; Tokyo.
BOATING—MISS U.S. I, owned by George Simon and piloted by Don Wilson, Sahara Cup race, Lake Mead, Nev. and runner-up for 1958 national unlimited hydro championship (see right).
BOXING—CHARLES (SONNY) LISTON, unanimous 10-round decision over Bert Whitehurst, heavyweights, St. Louis.
Chico Vejar, 2-round KO over Lem Harvey, middleweights, Holyoke, Mass.
Wilf Greaves, Canadian middleweight champion, 3-round KO over Billy Tuck, Louisville.
Denny Moyer, 10-round unanimous decision over Johnny Saxton, ex-welterweight champion, middleweights, Portland, Ore.
Don Jordan, 12-round split decision over Gaspar Ortega, welterweights, Long Beach, Calif.
CHESS—U.S.S.R., first in final standings, international team tournament, Munich. Yugoslavia was second, Argentina third, U.S. fourth, with four wins, one loss, six ties.
FIELD TRIALS—ODD FURY'S OF DENDRIDGE (cocker), owned by Mrs. Katherine Winslow, Goshen, N. Y. open all-age stake, New Jersey Spaniel Field Trial Club, Pottersville, N.J.
GOLF—JACK ISAACS, Langley Field, Va., Atlantic City senior open, after one hole of playoff with defending champion Joe Zarhardt, Spartanburg, S.C., at Northfield, N.J.