BASEBALL—JOHN McHALE, who worked his way up from reserve first baseman to general manager of Detroit Tigers, resigned post to take over same job with Milwaukee Braves.
BASKETBALL—WEST 124, East 108, NBA All-Star game, Detroit.
Boston, leader in NBA Eastern Division; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
BOXING—DON JORDAN, world welterweight champion, 3-round KO over Alvaro Gutierrez, nontitle fight, Los Angeles.
Lahouri Godih, split 10-round decision over Eddie Perkins, lightweights, Washington.
Gene Gresham, 10-round decision over Armand Savoie, lightweights, Detroit.
Arthur M. Wirtz, president of Chicago Stadium Corp., parent organization of Illinois IBC, announced dissolution of Illinois IBC to oblige U.S. Supreme Court, let it be known next Chicago fights will be promoted by Stadium Corp.
Carl (Bobo) Olson, former middleweight champion, handed over $128,920 tax settlement to government, which countered with additional bill of $53,200. On comeback as light heavy weight, Olson is now undecided whether to continue.
GOLF—ARNOLD PALMER, Latrobe, Pa., $15,000 Thunderbird invitational, with 266 for 72 holes, at Palm Springs, Calif. Runner-up: JIMMY DEMARET and KEN VENTURI, with 269.
Sam Snead and Gary Middlecoff over Irish Canada Cup Champions Harry Bradshaw and Christy O'Connor, by four strokes in exhibition match, Boca Raton, Fla.