ARCHERY—JIM RILEY of Bellbrook, Ohio won the $15,000 Professional championships with a four-day score of 1,177 in Grayling, Mich. Defending champion MRS. ANN BUTZ of Suffern, N.Y. took the women's title with 1,139 points.
BOWLING—ROY BUCKLEY of Columbus, Ohio took his first PBA tournament, the $50,000 Winston-Salem ( N.C.) Open, with a 273-pin victory over Butch Gearhart.
FOOTBALL—In the final week of NFL exhibition games, undefeated DALLAS won its sixth straight, beating Kansas City 24-17 as Calvin Hill scored two touchdowns and Craig Morton threw a 70-yard TD pass to ex-Chief Gloster Richardson with four minutes left. Len Dawson had a spectacular first half, completing 10 of 12 passes for 228 yards and two touchdowns (48 and 55 yards), but the Chiefs, who lost their first game, were shut out in the second half. George Blanda kicked a 31-yard field goal and tossed a 54-yard TD pass to Fred Biletnikoff to lead OAKLAND to its fifth win, 24-3 over Baltimore. MINNESOTA also won its fifth, shutting out Miami 24-0 on Clint Jones' two touchdown runs and a 45-yard TD pass from Norm Snead to John Henderson. Washington tied undefeated Cincinnati 17-17 when Bill Kilmer completed his second touchdown pass of the game, a 42-yarder to Jerry Smith in the fourth quarter. The NEW YORK Jets gained 215 yards rushing, including rookie John Riggins' ( Kansas) 54-yard touchdown run, as they walloped New England 38-9. GREEN BAY upset Buffalo 20-14, ST. LOUIS defeated Cleveland 27-13, SAN DIEGO beat Atlanta 21-14, and LOS ANGELES edged San Francisco 23-20 on Gene Howard's 103-yard return of a kickoff in the last quarter. John Fuqua's 52-yard touchdown run after catching a three-yard pass from Terry Bradshaw highlighted PITTSBURGH'S easy 20-3 victory over New York. It was the winless Giants' sixth straight loss. Don Horn's two touchdown passes, including a 64-yarder to Dwight Harrison, gave Denver a quick 14-0 lead over CHICAGO in the first quarter. But the Bears, led by Jack Concannon's passing and Mac Percival's four field goals, rebounded to trample the Broncos 33-17. HOUSTON extended New Orleans' losing streak to six with a 24-17 win and DETROIT crushed Philadelphia 49-10 on Greg Landry's four touchdown passes.
GOLF—Masters champion CHARLES COODY won the World Series of Golf by one stroke over Jack Nicklaus in Akron, Ohio (page 84).
John Miller, 24, gained his first tour victory—the $100,000 Southern Open in Columbus, Ga. by five strokes over Deane Beman with a 267.
HORSE RACING—MR. KID CHARGE, Johnny Cox up, finished with a record time of 19.65 for 400 yards to win the $750,000 All-American Futurity at Ruidoso Downs, N. Mex. (pane 28).
Athens Wood won the $123,723 St. Leger Stakes in Doncaster, England by a neck over Homeric as LESTER PIGGOTT, the country's leading jockey, gained his sixth St. Leger victory since 1960. Piggott took the race with Nijinsky last year.
Double Delta ($6.80) edged odds-on favorite Shuvee by half a length in the $82,850 Beldame Stakes at New York's Belmont Park.
MOTOR SPORTS—JOE LEONARD averaged 152.354 mph to win the California 500 at Ontario Motor Speedway (page 26).
Mark Donohue clinched the 1971 Trans-American championship by winning the Wolverine Trans-Am at Cambridge Junction. Mich., averaging a track-record 95.23 mph. Donohue, who has won seven of nine Trans-Am races this season, then talked about quitting the Trans-Am races next year and possibly driving on the NASCAR circuit.