BASEBALL—ROY HAMEY, general manager of Philadelphia Phillies, resigned to become assistant general manager of New York Yankees. JOHN QUINN general manager of Milwaukee Braves, succeeded Hamey in Philadelphia; BIRDIE TEBBETTS became temporary general manager of Braves.
California Supreme Court, in unanimous decision, ruled disputed Chavez Ravine contract between City of Los Angeles and Dodgers is valid. Opponents planned appeal to U.S. Supreme Court.
BASKETBALL—BOSTON, leader in NBA Eastern Division; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
BOWLING—BILLY WELU, 26, St. Louis, national All-Star championship with 311.48 Petersen points, at Buffalo. Runner-up: Ray Bluth, St. Louis, with 310.26.
BOXING—SONNY RAY, 10-round decision over Roque Maravilla, light heavyweights, Chicago. Paulie Armstead, split 10-round decision over Len Matthews, lightweights, Hollywood.
Sadao Yaoita, 10-round decision over Pascual Perez, world flyweight champion, nontitle fight, Tokyo.
CURLING—MONTREAL NO. 2 over Brantford, Ont., Rotary International bonspiel finals, Lake Placid, N.Y.
FIELD TRIALS—DOUBLE TROUBLE (pointer), owned and handled by A. H. Nitchman, Cranbury, N.J., winner of Georgia Field Trial Assn. meet.
FOOTBALL—College football went through week of comings and goings. Among them: EARL BLAIK. 61, Army coach and athletic director, resigned. Josh Cody, 67, Temple athletic director, resigned. Jim Miller, 38, Purdue line coach, resigned to become University of Detroit head coach. Perry Moss, 32, Miami ( Fla.) coach, resigned to become Florida Slate coach. Fred Rice, 40, Colgate coach, resigned to become Marquette assistant coach.
GOLF—ART WALL, Pocono Manor, Pa., $50,000 Bing Crosby tournament, with 279 for 72 holes. Pebble Beach, Calif. Runners-up: Gene Littler and Jimmy Demaret, with 281.