BASEBALL—HILL VEECK'S eight-member syndicate ( Hank Greenberg and Andrews Baxter of Cleveland, Arthur C. Allyn, Arthur C. Allyn Jr., J. Douglas Casey and Newton P. Frye Jr., all of Chicago, and John Hilson of New York), finally bought (for $2,700,000) a 54% interest in Chicago White Sox from Mrs. Dorothy Comiskey Rigney. Brother Chuck Comiskey said he would continue court fight for family control.
BASKETBALL—TENNESSEE A&I over Pacific Lutheran, 97 to 87, for third straight NAIA championship, Kansas City, Mo.
Evansville College over Southwest Missouri State, 83 to 67, for NCAA college division championship, Evansville, Ind.
BOATING—TERRY WHITTEMORE, Naugatuck, Conn., International Snipe Mid-Winter regatta, Clearwater, Fla. Ted Wells, Wichita, Kans. former world champion, finished third.
BOXING—ALONZO JOHNSON, 10-round decision over Jimmy Slade, heavyweights, New York.
Archie Moore, 3-round TKO over Sterling (Dizzy) Davis, a wrestler turned boxer, light heavyweights, Odessa, Texas.
Yama Bahama, 10-round decision over Wilfie Greaves, middleweights, New York.
Tony De Marco, 8-round TKO over Curley Monroe, welterweights, Boston.
FISHING—VICTOR DOMENECH, Puerto Rico, who hooked 73-pound 6-ounce Allison tuna on 20-pound test line earlier in year, received world record listing from IGFA.
GOLF—PAUL HARNEY, Worcester, Mass., $15,000 Pensacola ( Fla.) open, with 269 for 72 holes. Runner-up: Jay Hebert, Sanford, Fla., with 272.