TENNIS—JEFF BOROWIAK defeated Dick Stockton 6-4, 5-7, 7-6 to win $10,000 and his first WCT Blue Group tournament, at Charlotte, N.C.
MILEPOSTS—GRANTED: By the U.S. District Court, a temporary restraining order blocking the WFL from raiding the NFL Cincinnati Bengals. The suit, filed by Bengal Coach PAUL BROWN, centers on Cincinnati Middle Linebacker BILL BERGEY, who signed with the projected WFL Virginia franchise for the 1976 season. His NFL contract expires in 1975.
NAMED: As president of the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame, DICK KAZMAIER, 43 All-America running back in the early '50s and Princeton's only Heisman Trophy winner, succeeding former U.S. Senator George L. Murphy.
NAMED: The 1974 "Cheerleader All America" lineup: ANDREA ANDERSON, U. of Florida senior; JULIE JO CLIFFORD, Indiana State sophomore; JUNE CRAIN, Oral Roberts senior; KEITH SAMUELS, Southern California junior; RANDY SYX, Alabama junior; and MICKEY ROSE WARNKE, New Mexico State junior; after evaluation by the Board of Trustees of the International Cheerleading Foundation.
DIED: RAY LEE, 20, captain of the Adelphi U. track team; in an automobile accident; in Garden City, N.Y.
DIED: JOHN HENRY LEWIS, 60, world light heavyweight boxing champion from 1935 to 1939; after a long illness; in Berkeley, Calif. Lewis held the title through five successful defenses and posted a 91-8 career record.