BASEBALL—TOKYO, benefiting from six wild pitches and five errors, defeated Campbell ( Calif.) 10-3 to win the Little League World Series at Williamsport, Pa.
BOWLING—JAY ROBINSON of Los Angeles defeated Rich Carrubba of Hayward, Calif. 216-206 to win the $65,000 Great Adventure Open in Trenton, N.J.
PRO FOOTBALL—Roger Staubach threw two touchdown passes as the Dallas Cowboys won their Super Bowl rematch with the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-10. Los Angeles and Miami remained unbeaten in preseason play: the Rams beat Buffalo 31-17, the Dolphins defeated win-less Houston 10-6. Rookie Halfback Chuck Muncie stunned Cincinnati by throwing a 27-yard touchdown pass as New Orleans beat the Bengals 13-10 for its fourth straight win. The New York Giants scored two touchdowns in the last six minutes to defeat Green Bay 20-16; the Jets were crushed by Washington 38-7, and Minnesota edged Philadelphia 20-16. Charlie West ran 52 yards with an intercepted pass to lead Detroit past Kansas City 23-21. Denver rallied for a 21-17 win over St. Louis with Otis Armstrong contributing an 81-yard touchdown run, and Chicago beat Tampa Bay 10-7 on Bob Thomas' 44-yard field goal with 1:43 left. Atlanta finally won a game, defeating Baltimore 21-7 as Steve Bankowski threw for three touchdowns. Oakland defeated San Francisco 14-9 and Seattle beat San Diego 17-16 for the first victory in the club's history.
GOLF—DAVID GRAHAM of Australia won the $40,000 first-place check in the American Golf Classic at Akron, finishing with a 14-under-par 274, four strokes ahead of Lou Graham.
Sandra Palmer finished with a 10-under-par 206 to win the $50.000 National Jewish Hospital Open in Denver by two strokes over Pat Bradley.
HARNESS RACING—CRASH, driven by Bill Haughton, won the $105,721 Fox Stakes for 2-year-old pacers at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. Crash took the first heat in 1:58 and finished third in the second to Racy Goods, whose time of 1:55[3/5] was a stakes record.
At the same meeting, SPEED IN ACTION, driven by Delvin Miller, recorded the year's fastest mile for a 2-year-old trotter with a 2:00[2/5] in the first heat of the $62,014 Horseman Stake. Miller drove the bay colt to a 2:02[2/5] win in the second heat to win $31.007.
HORSE RACING—VICTORIAN PRINCE ($15.20) Robin Plaits up won a three-horse photo finish in the $130,000 Arlington Handicap at Chicago's Arlington Park. Only two heads separated the winner, who covered the mile and [3/16]ths in 1:58[1/5], from second-place Improvisor and the show horse, Bold Roll.
Dancers Countess ($5.40), ridden by Chris McCarron, held off a stretch challenge by Vodka Time to win the $125,000 Matchmaker Stakes at Atlantic City. The bay filly covered the mile and [3/16]ths in 1:56. The win entitles Owner G. M. Holtsinger's stable to stallion service during the 1977 breeding season with What A Pleasure, who was recently syndicated for $8 million.
Banquet Table ($7.40), ridden by Jean Cruguet, outdueled Turn of Coin down the stretch to win the 6� furlong $85,575 Hopeful Stakes for 2-year-olds at Saratoga in 1:16[1/5].