Chuck Gorgen of Wayzata, Minn. took four first places for a perfect point total of 4,000 and the Edmund Pillsbury Memorial Cup sailing championship at Madison, Wis.
BOXING—JOEY BROWN, world lightweight champion, 5-round TKO over Harlow Irwin in non-title bout at Minneapolis.
Emile Griffith, 10-round decision over Florentine Fernandez, welterweights, at New York.
Howard King, 10-round decision over Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, heavyweights, at Reno.
GOLF—KEN VENTURI of Palo Alto, Calif., $30,000 Milwaukee Open with a 9-under-par 271 for 72 holes at Milwaukee.
Joanne Gunderson, 21, student at Arizona State University, defeated Jean Ashley of Chanute, Kans. 6 and 5 for her second National Women's Amateur championship, at Tulsa (see page 57).
Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, S.C., $7,500 Asheville women's open, with 211 for 54 holes, at Asheville, N.C.
Mickey Wright of San Diego, $7,500 Grossinger Ladies PGA open, with 218 for 54 holes, at Grossinger, N.Y.
Bill Ezinicki, former pro hockey player from North Reading, Mass., won the Maine Open, his third in New England this year (the others: the New Hampshire and Rhode Island opens), when he shot 213 for 54 holes at Augusta, Maine.
FOOTBALL—ST. LOUIS CARDINALS surprised the world champion Baltimore Colts in NFL exhibition game at Charleston, S.C., came back from a 14-0 first period deficit to score four touchdowns on running plays and defeat Colts 31-21.