MONONGAHELA, PA., over Chicago, 8-2, Pony League World Series Washington, Pa.
EDUARDO LAUSSE, 5-round KO over Antonio Diaz, middleweights, Buenos Aires.
CARMEN BASILIO, 2-round TKO over Ronnie Harper, welterweights, Fort Wayne, Ind.
GERRY DREYER, 8-round TKO over El Conscripto, welterweights, New York.
GIL TURNER, 10-round decision over Al Andrews, welterweights. Chicago
(Natl. Casting Tournament, Long Beach, Calif.)
JON TARANTINO, San Francisco, new world all-distance record of 3,301 ft.; all-around champion.
BEN FONTAINE, New Orleans new record of 144 1/3 ft. avg., skish fly distance event.
MYRON GREGORY, San Francisco, distance salmon fly, with 198 2/3 ft. avg. (equals world record).
DON MEYER, Burbank, Calif., over Roy Norton, 98-95, n cast-off dry fly championship.
DETROIT LIONS, over Philadelphia Eagles 17-14, Philadelphia (exhibition).
BALTIMORE COLTS, over Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-21, Pittsburgh (exhibition).
NEW YORK GIANTS, over Chicago Cardinals, 26-0, Spokane, Wash. (exhibition).
CLEVELAND BROWNS, over Green Bay Packers, 14-13. Green Bay, Wis. (exhibition).
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS, over Washington Redskins, 30-7, Sacramento, Calif. (exhibition)
SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS, over Edmonton Eskimos, 21-13, Regina (Western Interprovincial Union).
WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS, over Calgary Stampeders, 17-5, Winnipeg (Western Provincial Union).
EAST and WEST 6-6 tie All-America High School game, Memphis Tenn
TOMMY BRENNAN JR., Milwaukee, Great Lakes Amateur, with 288, Milwaukee.
JACK HARRISON, Grand Rapids, Mich., Natl. Amputee championship, with 157, Detroit.
GENE CARDI, Columbus, Ohio, over Dick Burgoon. 2 and 1 Natl. Caddio Championship, Columbus, Ohio. ALLEN GEIBERGER, Santa Barbara, Calif., Intl. Jaycee Jr. championship, with 296. Albuquerque, N. Mex.