BASKETBALL—CHICAGO received franchise in National Basketball Assn. effective 1960-61 season, increasing league to nine teams.
BOATING—MAYNARD W. MEYER, Pewaukee, Wis., won East-West Class-E scow title, Jamestown, N.Y.
BOXING—TONY ANTHONY, 10-round decision over Alonzo Johnson, heavyweights, Baltimore.
John McCormack, Glasgow, after eight rounds of battering was sitting on floor when referee handed him British middleweight title by disqualifying Defending Champion Terry Downes for low punches, Wembley, England.
Yvon Durelle, putting from his mind the drumming Archie Moore handed him last month, floored Al Anderson, New York, in fourth round for TKO, Chatham, Canada.
Pete Rademacher won his second straight victory when Ralph Schneider failed to answer the bell for the fourth round, heavyweights, Greenville, S.C.
CRICKET—TREVOR BAILEY, England, completed rare double of 2,000 runs and 100 wickets for season, first time feat has been accomplished in 22 years.
FISHING—PLAYA GRANDE CLUB, Venezuela, won International fishing tournament with 2,300 points, 100 over second-place Sailfish Club, Florida, at Caracas.
FOOTBALL—LOS ANGELES RAMS 31, Philadelphia Eagles 28, exhibition, Los Angeles.
Detroit Lions 31, Washington Redskins 14, exhibition, Detroit.