Auspiciante ($32.80), ridden by Cash Asmussen, won $110,000 in the 1?-mile Matriarch Stakes for older fillies and mares at Hollywood Park, by 1� lengths over Aberuschka.
INDOOR SOCCER—In the Western Division, Los Angeles won two games over defending MISL champion San Diego (4-3 in OT and 5-4) to run its record to 3-0. In the Eastern Division, undefeated Baltimore beat Chicago 5-2 and Wichita 4-3 (in OT). And the New York Express lost in its home debut to Kansas City 4-2 (page 74).
JUDO—At the U.S. International Invitational Championships in Colorado Springs, the U.S. led with five gold medals. Winners in the women's division were BARBARA FEST (158 pounds), CHRISTINE PENICK (145 pounds), JO ANNE QUIRING (114 pounds) and SHERRIE CHAMBERS (106 pounds). JOSEPH WANAG (184 pounds) was the only U.S. winner among the men.
SAILING—America's Cup: The second round-robin defender series ended with Kookaburra III leading with 29 points, followed by Australia TV with 20 points and Kookaburra II with 19. The third round of the defender and challenger series will begin on Dec. 2.
TENNIS—MARTINA NAVRATILOVA beat Steffi Graf 7-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the final of the Virginia Slims Championships at Madison Square Garden and won $125,000.
MILEPOSTS—FIRED: As coach of the New York Rangers, TED SATOR, 37, who had a 5-10-4 record this season. Since Sator became coach in 1985, the Rangers were 41-48-10 in regular-season play and 8-8 in the playoffs. General manager Phil Esposito named himself interim coach.
INDICTED: By a federal grand jury in Memphis, former Memphis State basketball coach DANA KIRK, 51, on 11 counts, including income tax evasion, filing false tax returns, mail fraud and obstruction of justice (page 12).
NAMED: As the National League's Most Valuable Player, by the Baseball Writers Association of America, third baseman MIKE SCHMIDT, 37, of the Philadelphia Phillies. Schmidt, who won the award in 1980 and 1981, hit .290 and led the league in home runs (37) and RBIs (119). And as the American League's MVP, ROGER CLEMENS, 24, of the Boston Red Sox, who also won the AL Cy Young Award. Clemens, who led the majors with 24 wins and topped the AL with a 2.48 ERA, became the first starting pitcher in 15 years to win an MVP award.