BASEBALL—WHITEY LOCKMAN, 32, first baseman and outfielder with Giants for 14 years, sold to Baltimore Orioles for undisclosed sum.
Brazil over Chile, 51-2, in South American championship game, Santiago. Chile committed 19 errors in nine hapless innings.
BASKETBALL—BOSTON, first in NBA Eastern Division; ST. LOUIS, first in Western Division, to clinch championship.
BOATING—FRANCIS SEAVY, Clearwater, Fla., Flying Dutchman midwinter sailing championship with four firsts, one second, Tampa Bay.
BOBSLEDDING—ART TYLER, Weston, Mass., piloting American sled with team of RFC. GARY SHEFFIELD, Lake Placid, N.Y., PARKER VOORIS, Bellmore, N.Y., and LT. TOM BUTLER, Vista, Calif., won four-man world championship over seven other nations, St. Moritz, Switzerland.
BOXING—JOE BROWN, 15-round decision over Johnny Busso, in defense of world lightweight championship, Houston, Texas.
Rory Calhoun, 10-round TKO over Al Hauser, middleweights, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
Stefan Redl, 10-round decision over Ernie Williams, welterweights, New York.
Arthur M. Wirtz, president of Chicago Stadium Corp., announced formation of National Boxing Club to supersede Supreme Court-dissolved International Boxing Club, inexplicably promised "best television fights possible, just as hi the past."
COURT TENNIS—NORTHRUP KNOX, 30, Aiken, S.C., won world open championship from Albert Bedwin (Jack) Johnson, 41, New York professional, to become first amateur to hold title since 1914.