Avies Copy ($10.60), Mickey Solomone up, edged Proudest Duke by half a length to win the $500,000 Jersey Derby for 3-year-olds at Garden State Park. The colt covered the 1�-mile course in 2:03[2/5].
INDOOR SOCCER—Dallas sped past Cleveland in five games to win the MISL Eastern Division title. The Sidekicks dominated the Force in two games at home; they won Game 3 5-2 and, before 16,824, the first sellout in Dallas history, blew the visitors out 9-4 in Game 4. In the final game, Tatu's hat trick paced a 4-3 victory. In the West, San Diego took a 3-2 lead over Tacoma Sunday night with a 6-5 overtime win. The Stars won Game 3 on the road, 3-2, then the Sockers became the first to win at home, taking Game 4, 6-2, behind Branko Segota's two goals and three assists. Off the field, the Wichita Wings, in danger of folding, said they had sold 5,810 season tickets and would fly again.
LACROSSE—JOHNS HOPKINS defeated Cornell 11-10 to win the NCAA Division I championship, at Piscataway, N.J.
MOTOR SPORTS—MICHAEL ANDRETTI, driving a March-Cosworth, beat Bobby Rahal, in a Lola-Cosworth, by 6.3 seconds for the checkered flag in the Miller American 200, in West Allis, Wis. Andretti averaged 111.853 mph on the mile oval.
Davey Allison, in a Ford, won the Budweiser 500 by 6.08 seconds over Bill Elliott, in a Ford, at Dover (Del.) Downs International Speedway. Allison averaged 112.952 mph on the mile oval.
Ayrton Senna of Brazil, driving a Lotus- Honda, finished 33.21 seconds ahead of countryman Nelson Piquet, in a Williams- Honda, to win the Monaco Grand Prix. Senna averaged 82.101 mph in the 78-lap, 161.332-mile race. His winning time was 1:57:54.08.
TRACK & FIELD—SAID AOUITA of Morocco broke the world best for the two-mile run with a time of 8:13.45, .06 faster than the mark set by Steve Ovett of Great Britain in 1978, at a race in Turin, Italy.
MILEPOSTS—FINED: By NASCAR, $15,000 and put on probation through Dec. 31, GEOFF BO-DINE, 38, for rough driving in the Winn-Dixie 300 in Charlotte, on May 23. Bodine finished 13th in the race.
By the NBA, $7,500 and suspended for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final, Boston Celtics center ROBERT PARISH, 33, for punching Detroit Pistons center Bill Laimbeer in the face in Game 5.
HIRED: As coach of the Chicago Blackhawks, BOB MURDOCH, 40, a 12-year NHL veteran who has been an assistant at Calgary for the last four seasons.