E. J. (Dutch) Harrison, 44, of St. Louis blew three-stroke lead, sank 15-foot birdie putt on final hole to win Ampol golf tournament by stroke, at Sydney, Australia. Runner-up: Australia's Ossie Pickworth.
Lt. J. W. Conrad, of Gary AFB, Tex. won Air Force's world-wide golf tournament with tournament record-breaking score of 281 for 72 holes, at Eglin AFB, Fla.
clinched 1954 money-winning title of Ladies' Professional Golf Assn. with earnings of $16,011. Mildred (Babe) Zaharias was second with $14,452;
, third with $12,736.
Sam Barton, of Rye, N.Y., representing American Yacht Club, beat E.B.N. Mitchell of Royal Corinthian Yacht Club of Burnham-on-Crouch, England in match race series of International One-Design sloops, 4-2, at Rye.
Warner Willcox retained S Class national championship, outsailing John R. White, at Larchmont, N.Y.
Barlovento, skippered by Pierre S. du Pont of Tred Avon Yacht Club, won cruising Class A honors on both elapsed and corrected times in last sailing race of Fall Series sponsored by Annapolis Yacht Club, at Annapolis.
Dr. Herbert Tichy of Austria led three-man team to peak of 26,867-foot Mount Cho Oyu, world's seventh highest mountain, in Nepal.
Helioscope, owned by William G. Helis Jr., galloped to length-and-half victory in $62,100 Trenton Handicap at Garden State Park, Camden, N.J. Ridden by Sam Boulmetis, three-year-old Helioscope earned $44,000, paid $4.40.