BOATING—STEVE TYLER and BILLY WARNER, 13-year-olds from Island Heights, N.J., battled high winds and choppy waters to take Middle Atlantic Midget Sailing Championship, Annapolis, Md.
BOXING—TOMMY (HURRICANE) JACKSON, onetime title contender from Long Island who was banned from the ring in New York and California after a knockout loss to Eddie Machen in 1957 for fear of serious injury if he continued to fight, coolly handed George Logan of Boise, Idaho his first loss in 15 pro fights, at Boise.
Dave Charnley, British lightweight champion, 8-round TKO over Jimmy Brown, Ireland, in London.
Alfredo Urbina, Mexican lightweight champion, carried off a 10-round upset derision over San Francisco's Bobby Scanlon, Los Angeles.
Alvin Green, 21, from Big Spring, Texas, jabbed out a 10-round decision over former heavyweight champion Ezzurd Charles, Oklahoma City.
FOOTBALL—DETROIT LIONS 35, Philadelphia Eagles 24, in exhibition at Toledo.
Baltimore Colts over Pittsburgh Steelers, 30-21 for third straight exhibition victory, Miami.
HARNESS RACING—SPEEDY PICK, driven by Charles Fitzpatrick Jr., upset Bye Bye Byrd to win $50,000 National Pacing Derby, doing the 1� m. in 2:32[1/5], Roosevelt Raceway.
Jamin, fast-trotting French "artichoke eater" who has not raced since he beat an international field on August 1 on Long Island, stretched his legs against clock over a mile course at Du Quoin, Ill., in l:58[4/5] for the fastest trotting mile of the year. Driving as usual: Jean Riaud.
HORSE RACING—NASOMO, Pine Tree Stable's 3-year-old colt, broke the Belmont Park track record for 1[1/16], m. in speedy 1:40[4/5].