BASEBALL—DON HOAK, SMOKY BURGESS and HARVEY HADDIX of Cincinnati Redlegs traded to Pittsburgh Pirates for FRANK THOMAS, JOHN POWERS, JIM PENDLETON and WHAMMY DOUGLAS.
BASKETBALL—RUSSIA crashed casually assembled U.S. team 62-37 in world championship tournament, Santiago, Chile. Brazil accepted title after Russians refused to play Nationalist China (see page 10).
BOATING—BRADLEY P. NOYES, Marblehead, Mass., 31-mile Lipton Cup race, in corrected time of 10:35.8 sailing 39-foot sloop Tioga, Miami Beach.
BOXING—ZORA FOLLEY, 10-round decision over Alex Miteff, heavyweights, Denver.
Don Fleeman, 10-round decision over Billy Besmanoff, heavyweights, Milwaukee.
Reuben Vargas, 10-round split decision over Tony Anthony, light heavyweights, New York.
DOG SHOW—CH. MERRYBROOK'S FAIR REWARD (wire fox terrier), owned by Mrs. Franklin Koehler, Long Valley, N. J., best-in-show, Eastern Dog Club, Boston.
FIGURE SKATING—DAVID JENKINS, 22, Colorado Springs, won third straight national senior title, Rochester, N.Y. CAROL HEISS, 19, New York, won third straight national senior women's title.
FISHING—MAURICE NEINKEN, Perkasie, Pa., Rea Trophy for biggest fish (7 feet 10� inches), 22nd annual Silver Sailfish Derby, West Palm Beach, Fla. MRS. WILLIAM HANCOCK, Detroit, Neinken Trophy for biggest fish (7 feet 6 inches) in women's division.
GOLF—MARTY FURGOL, Lemont, Ill., $20,000 San Diego open, with 274 for 72 holes.