SAILING—VICTORY '83, sailing for the Italian Yacht Club, defeated another Italian boat, Azzurra, in a best-of-five series to win the first 12-meter world championship off Porto Cervo, Sardinia.
TENNIS—ANDERS JARRYD upset Ivan Lendl 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 to win a $225,000 indoor tournament in Sydney, Australia.
Joakim Nystrom won a $125,000 Grand Prix event in Basel, Switzerland with a 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2 win over Tim Wilkison.
MILEPOSTS—SENTENCED: To 10 days in jail and fined $385, Green Bay running back EDDIE LEE IVERY, 27, after his second plea of no contest to charges of driving with a revoked license. He has until Dec. 28 to begin serving the sentence.
TRADED: By the Houston Oilers, running back EARL CAMPBELL, 29, to the New Orleans Saints for a first-round draft choice in 1985; by the Minnesota Vikings, linebacker BRAD VAN PELT, 33, to the Los Angeles Raiders for a No. 2 pick in '86 and a No. 6 in '85; by the Seattle Seahawks, offensive tackle STEVE AUGUST, 30, to the Pittsburgh Steelers for an undisclosed draft choice; and by the Cincinnati Bengals, the rights to unsigned rookie linebacker RICKY HUNLEY, 22, who was the Bengals' top draft selection last spring, to the Denver Broncos for their No. 1 choice in 1986 and a No. 3 pick in '85.
By the Philadelphia Flyers, center DARRYL SITTLER, 34, to the Detroit Red Wings for left wings MURRAY CRAVEN, 20, and JOE PATERSON, 24.
DIED: GEORGE (Highpockets) KELLY, 89, the tall (6'4"), lean (190 pounds) Hall-of-Famer whose career highlights included playing first base for four straight New York Giant pennant winners from 1921 to '24; of a stroke, in Burlingame, Calif. In all, he played for five clubs in his 16-year career and had a lifetime average of .297.