(Asian championships, Manila)
JAPAN, over S. Korea, 6-0; PHILIPPINES, over Chinan 2-0.
Embrel Davidson, 8-round decision over Henry Hall, heavyweights, Detroit.
Johnny Lombardo, 4-round KO over Mel Parker, welterweights, Mt. Carmel, Pa.
Miguel Diaz, 10-round split decision over Pat Lowry, welterweights, Miami Beach.
Al Wilson, 1-round KO over Jimmy Champagne, welterweights, Providence, R.I.
Kid Dussart, 10-round decision over Wally Thom, welterweights, Liege, Belgium.
Maurice Harper, 10-round decision over Frankie Fernandez, welterweights, Honolulu.
Kenny Lane, 10-round split decision over Danny Jo Perez, lightweights, New York.
Art Ramponi, 3-round TKO over Buddy Evatt, light-weights, Hollywood, Calif.
Richard (Kid) Howard, 10-round decision over Brian Kelly, lightweights, Montreal.
Reuben Smith, 10-round split decision over Augie Villa, featherweights, Los Angeles.
Rudy Garcia, 6-round TKO over Gene Smith, featherweights, New York.
Harriet King, Hunter College, N.Y., over Jane Dardia, 4-1, Christmas Invitation tournament title, New York
Ft. Sill, over Boiling AFB, 27-6, Poinsettia Bowl, San Diego, Calif.
Far East Air Forces All-Stars, over Navy, 50-47 "Toril Bowl," Tokyo.
U.S. Marines, over Army, 27-13, "Sukiyami Bowl," Tokyo.
Ed Furgol, Clayton, Mo. Havana Invitation, with 273, Havana.
John W. Roberts, Columbus, Ohio over O.V. Russell, 1 up, Southern Srs. Golf Assn. tournament, Pinehurst, N.C.
Frank Clark, Atlanta, over Jay Hebert and Doc White, in sudden death play-off, Twin City Open, Monroe, La.
Stan Volo, named Canada's "Harness Horse of the Year," Tillsonburg, Quebec.