BASEBALL—HAVANA over Richmond in International League playoff, MINNEAPOLIS over Fort Worth in American Assn. Winners will meet in Little World Series.
BOATING—DAVE SMITH, Marblehead, Mass., sailed off with National Jollyboat title by taking four firsts in five-race series, Westhampton Beach, N.Y. OSPREY II, owned by Bill Burchenal, Clearwater, Fla., 40-mile St. Petersburg-Clearwater ocean race.
BOXING—JOE BROWN, lightweight champion, had his troubles with looping left hooks of Joe Parks, was knocked to canvas for a count of one in 10th round, managed draw in 10-round non-title bout, Albuquerque.
Billy Hunter, Detroit, using precise left jabs while taking body beating from Alex Miteff, won an eighth round TKO after opening cuts on Miteff's face, heavyweights, Syracuse, N. Y.
Danny Kid, Philippines, retained his North American bantamweight title in 12-round split decision over Mexico's Jose Medel, Los Angeles.
BRIDGE—ITALY for fourth straight year icon European team championship; ENGLAND, women's team championship; Palermo, Sicily.
GOLF—MASON RUDOLPH, Clarksville, Tenn., Golden Gate Open, San Francisco, with 275 for 72 holes.
Betsy Rawls, Spartanburg, S.C., chipped and putted way to victory in $7,500 Opie Turner Open at Burneyville, Okla., with 221 for 54, holes.
Beverly Hanson, Indio, Calif., Atlanta Open at Atlanta, with 289 for 72 holes.
Marilynn Smith, Wichita, Kan., re-elected president of Ladies PGA.