Santa Monica City College over Northeastern Oklahoma A & M 30-12 in Junior Rose Bowl, Pasadena.
Arizona State (Flagstaff) over Gustavus Adolphus ( Minnesota) 41-12 in NAIA playoff, Tucson.
FREE BALLOONING—THE SMALL WORLD, balloon-gondola contraption fashioned by English adventurers, floated off from Canary Islands on proposed transatlantic crossing with crew of four (SI, Nov. 17).
GOLF—GEORGE BAYER, Lemont, Ill., $15,000 Sanford, Fla. open, with 272 for 72 holes.
HARNESS RACING—EMILY'S PRIDE, 3-year-old filly who won Hambletonian Trot, named Horse of the Year by U.S. Trotting Assn.
HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, Detroit second, Boston third in NHL standings.
HORSE RACING—OLE FOLS: $21,950 San Bruno stakes, 1 m. 70 yds., by length, in 1:42, Tanforan. Don Pierce up.
JIMMER: $11,375 City of Coral Gables H., 6 f., by neck, in 1:09, Tropical Park. Larry Gilligan up.
CROSS CHANNEL: $11,225 Pimlico Cup, 1 5/8 m., by 7 lengths, in 2:44 1/5, Pimlico. Karl Korte up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—MIKE HAWTHORN, world champion racing driver for less than eight weeks, announced his retirement ("I've achieved my ambition") from big-time racing. With circuit racing out, he said he might take part in "an occasional small rally." At the same time, ENZO FERRARI, who furnished winning cars for Hawthorn, announced he would no longer enter Ferraris in Italian races because of criticism of the sport there.