Martina Navratilova beat Hana Mandlikova 7-5, 7-5 and won $33,000 in a tour event in Chicago.
MILEPOSTS—CHARGED: With theft by deception, distance runner HENRY RONO, 34, after allegedly conning tellers in at least five New Jersey banks.
FIRED: As football coach at Iowa State, JIM CRINER, 46, as a result of a school investigation into alleged NCAA violations. In four seasons at Iowa State, Criner's record was 16-24-2.
HIRED: As coach of the Boston Bruins, former team captain TERRY O'REILLY, 35.
HONORED: As the NL Cy Young Award winner, by the Baseball Writers Association of America, MIKE SCOTT, 31, of the Houston Astros. Scott led the majors with 306 strikeouts and a 2.22 earned run average. His no-hitter on Sept. 25 against the Giants clinched the NL West pennant for the Astros. And as the AL Cy Young winner, by a unanimous vote, ROGER CLEMENS, 24, of the Boston Red Sox. Clemens led the majors with 24 victories and topped the AL with a 2.48 ERA. His 20 strikeouts against Seattle on April 29 set a major league record.
TRADED: By the Seattle SuperSonics, guard GERALD HENDERSON, 30, to the New York Knicks for a 1990 second-round draft choice and the right to switch their first-round draft positions with the Knicks in either 1987 or 1989.
By the Minnesota North Stars, defenseman CURT GILES, 27, left wing TONY McKEGNEY, 28, and a 1988 second-round draft pick, to the New York Rangers for center BOB BROOKE, 25, and a 1988 fourth-round draft choice.
DIED: NHL Hall of Famer FRANCIS (King) CLANCY, 83; of a heart attack; in Toronto. Clancy was a star defenseman with the Ottawa Senators (1921-30) and Toronto Maple Leafs (1930-37) and helped lead the Leafs to their first Stanley Cup crown, in 1932. In a professional hockey career spanning 65 years, Clancy served as player, coach, referee and club official.