BASEBALL—BERTHA RAGAN pitched Stratford, Conn. to its third straight women's world Softball championship with a 2-0 victory over Portland, Ore., at Stratford.
BILLIARDS—RENE VINGERHOEDT of Belgium defeated Jose Bonomo of Argentina 60-57 to win the world three-cushion championship at Buenos Aires.
BOATING—MISS DETROIT, driven by Chuck Thompson, won the President's Cup for unlimited hydros on the Potomac in Washington, D.C. Tied in points with Miss Thriftway of Seattle, driven by Bill Muncey, after the three 15-mile heats. Miss Detroit was declared winner because its elapsed time was 19.7 seconds faster. It was the fourth President's Cup victory for the 48-year-old Thompson.
Carl M. Eichenlaub of San Diego won the International Lightning championship at Tawas City, Mich. with 139 points, six more than Runner-up Henry Cawthra of Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.
Richard Stearns of Northfield, Ill., though failing to win one of the five races for the North American Star championship at Milford, Conn., compiled 182 points to take the title.
BOXING—ARCHIE MOORE, world light-heavyweight champion and ageless wonder of the boxing world, weighing in at 200 pounds for non-title bout at Dallas, scored a four-round TKO over George Abinet of Dallas, after twice knocking Abinet to the canvas in the third.
Henry Cooper, British heavyweight champion, 10-round decision over Roy Harris of Cut 'n' Shoot, Texas, in London.
Zora Folley, fourth-ranked heavyweight, 10-round decision over Willi Besmanoff, at Centralia, Wash.
Chic Calderwood, British light-heavyweight champion, 10-round decision over Willie Pastrano, Glasgow, Scotland.
Don Fullmer, younger brother of Middleweight Champion Gene Fullmer, battled to a 10-round draw with European Middleweight Champion Gustav Scholz at Frankfurt, Germany.