BOWLING—ED BOURDASE, of Mountain View, Calif., took the $45,000 Seattle Open, defeating Matt Surina in the final match, 247 pins to 202.
BOXING—JOE FRAZIER scored a fifth-round TKO over Jerry Quarry in their scheduled 12-round heavyweight bout at Madison Square Garden (page 22).
Bob Foster retained his world light-heavyweight title by fighting Jorge Ahumada of Argentina to a controversial draw in a 15-round bout in Foster's hometown, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
GOLF—JIM COLBERT won the American Classic and $34,000 at the Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff after he, Gay Brewer, Forrest Fezler and Ray Floyd all tied at a one-over-par 281 after 72 holes.
Sandra Haynie finished two strokes ahead of JoAnne Carner to take her second LPGA championship, worth $7,000, shooting an even-par final-round 73 for a 72-hole total of 288 over the Pleasant Valley course in Sutton, Mass.
Wake Forest freshman CURTIS STRANGE eagled the final hole of the 72-hole NCAA tournament, held in Santee, Calif., thereby winning the individual championship (by one stroke) and giving Wake Forest the team title (page 44).
The women's intercollegiate championship went to Oregon State's MARY BUDKE, who shot a final-round 75 for a 72-hole total of 301 at Singing Hills Country Club, near San Diego, four shots ahead of runner-up Marga Stubblefield of Hawaii. San Diego State won the team crown by one stroke over UCLA, Oregon State finishing third.
HARNESS RACING—Long shot WAYNE EDEN ($36.60), reined by George Sholty, won the $141,562 Realization Trot for 4-year-olds at Roosevelt Raceway, covering the 1[1/16] miles in 2:10. MacArthur was second, half a length back, and South Bend was third. Early-line favorite Flirth was scratched.
HORSE RACING—CHRIS EVERT ($3.80), ridden by Jorge Velasquez, gained the Triple Crown for 3-year-old fillies with an impressive 3�-length victory over Fiesta Libre and Maud Muller in the $114,200 Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park, running the 1� miles in a swift 2:28[4/5] (page 48).
Tree of knowledge ($4.40), Willie Shoemaker up, finished 2� lengths in front of Ancient Title to win the $150,000 Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park. His time for the 1� miles was 1:59[4/5].