GOLF—FRED HANEY of Forest Grove, Ore. shot a final-round two-under-par 70 to win the U.S. Publinx Championship in Phoenix (page 54).
Australia's BRUCE CRAMPTON won the $150,000 Western Open in Chicago with a 279, two strokes ahead of Bobby Nichols.
Lu Liang-Huan of Taiwan, runner-up to Lee Trevino in the British Open, won the French Open in Biarritz with a final-round 66 and a 262 total.
HARNESS RACING—ALBATROSS ($2.20) gained the second leg of pacing's Triple Crown with a 1�-length victory over H. T. Luca in the $106,795 Cane Pace at Yonkers Raceway. Stanley Dancer drove the colt to a two-minute mile for his ninth consecutive win and 10th in 11 outings this season.
Fresh Yankee ($4.20) became the second biggest money-winning trotter of all time when she gained a two-length victory over Crain Hanover in the $25,000 Speedy Rodney Trot at Yonkers. Fresh Yankee's career earnings of $957,548 have been exceeded only by Une de Mai of France, who has won $1,116,000
HORSE RACING—BOLD REASON ($6.40), Johnny Rotz up, took the $56,400 Lexington Handicap at Aqueduct by three lengths over Gleaming for his fourth victory in a row and Gleaming's first loss in his last five starts.
Ack Ack ($2.60), ridden by Bill Shoemaker and carrying a stakes record weight of 134 pounds, won the $175,000 Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park in California by 3� lengths over Comtal.
TENNIS—MRS. BILLIE JEAN KING of Long Beach, Calif. won the North of England championship by defeating Rosemary Casals 6-3, 6-3. The men's title went to ANDREW PATTISON of South Africa, who beat Jaidip Mukerjea of India 6-2, 5-7, 6-2.
Australian KEN ROSEWALL, who ousted Rod Laver in the round of 16, defeated Marty Riessen 6-2, 7-5, 6-1 to win the $50,000 Washington Star International tournament in Washington.
TRACK & FIELD—MIRUS IFTER of Ethiopia, after misjudging the finish line in the 5,000-meter run the day before, beat Frank Shorter in the 10,000 meters at the Pan- Africa-U.S. meet in Durham, N.C. (page 20). KIP KEINO, despite the absence of Marty Liquori, ran 3:37.5 in the 1,500 meters, roughly the equivalent of a 3:54.5 mile. The UNITED STATES women's mile relay team (Esther Stroy, Mavis Laing, Gwen Norman and Cheryl Toussaint) set a world record of 3:38.7, while JOHN AKII-BUA of Uganda clocked 49 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles, the second-fastest time in the world this year.