BASKETBALL—BOSTON, leader in NBA Eastern Division; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
BILLIARDS—WILLIE MOSCONI, world pocket billiards champion, 11 wins, one loss, Chicago exhibition competition.
BOATING—BOB WORD, annual 48-mile St. Petersburg to Venice ( Fla.) sail, in 6:57.43.
BOXING—HENRY COOPER, 15-round decision over Brian London, British and Empire heavyweight champion, to win titles, London.
Wilf Greaves, Canadian middleweight champion, 8-round TKO over Otis Woodward, Detroit.
Bobby Boyd, split 10-round decision over Holly Mim's, middleweighls, Chicago.
Gene Fullmer, unanimous 10-round decision over Milo Savage, middleweights, San Antonio.
FIGURE SKATING—TOMMY DEBACA, 17, Albuquerque, N. Mex., senior men's title, Midwestern championships, Denver.
Laurence Owen, Boston, daughter of onetime national figure skating champion Maribel Vinson, senior women's title. Eastern championships, Rye, N.Y.
Rhode Lee Michaelson, Paramount, Calif., senior women's title. Pacific Coast championship, Los Angeles.
Leo Rebel, world barrel-jumping championship for fifth consecutive time, with 15 barrels (25 feet 11� inches), Grossinger, N.Y.
FISHING—COCOLOBO CAY FISHING CLUB, Miami, 14th international light tackle sailfish tournament, with 1,400 points. Palm Beach, Fla.
GOLF—MARLENE BAUER HAGGE, $5,000 Sanford ( Fla.) women's open, with 225 for 54, holes.
HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, Chicago second, New York third in NHL standings.
HORSE RACING—BARDSTOWN: $67,600 Tropical Park H., 1? m., by 1� lengths, in 1:49. Steve Brooks up.
HILLSDALE: $28,250 San Fernando S., 1[1/16] M., by length, in 1:42 2/5, Santa Anita. Tammy Burrow up.
SILVER SPOON: $18,600 La Centinela S., 6� f., in 1:17, Santa Anita. Ray York up.
Frank Kilroe, handicapper for The Jockey Club, listed these four 3-year-olds first in annual Experimental Free Handicap weights: Christopher T. Chenery's First Landing, 128 pounds; Fred Turner Jr.'s Tomy Lee, 126; Claiborne Farm's Dunce, 123; Brookfield Farm's Intentionally, its.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—STIRLING MOSS, New Zealand Grand Prix, with record-breaking time for race of 1:48:24.4, for 150 miles, 2.2-liter Cooper, at Auckland.