BOWLING—MARK ROTH and MARSHALL HOLMAN coasted to a 451-pin victory over Paul Colwell and Don Johnson in the PBA Doubles Classic in San Jose, Calif. The winners split $10,000.
CREW—The UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON beat Britain's national eight by a length over the one-mile, 550-yard Thames River course to win the Grand Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta (page 18). The Huskies are the first American crew to win the trophy since 1959.
GOLF—Shooting a fourth-round 70, DAVE EICHELBERGER won the rain-plagued Greater Milwaukee Open by two strokes over Gary McCord, Mike Morley and Morris Hatalsky. Eichelberger, 10 under par at 278, picked up the first-place check of $26,000.
Nineteen-year-old KELLY FUCHS of Phoenix, Ariz. won the Women's Public Links championship by a stroke over Kathy Williams in Madison, Wis., shooting a two-over-par 148.
Judy Rankin scored a four-under-par 212 to beat Pat Meyers and Sandra Palmer by three strokes in the Peter Jackson Classic in Lachute, Quebec.
HARNESS RACING—Donald and Jane MacFarlane's COLD COMFORT ($3.20), driven by Peter Haughton, won the $166,655 Dexter Cup at Roosevelt Raceway by three-quarters of a length over Speed in Action. The 3-year-old trotter was caught in 2:01[3/5].
HORSE RACING—J. O. TOBIN ($8.20), Willie Shoemaker in the irons, won the $316,400 Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park, clocked in 1:58[3/5] for the 1� miles. Affiliate was second, eight lengths back, while Triple Crown winner Seattle Slew finished fourth, 16 lengths behind the winner (page 54).
Our Mims ($19.60), Jorge Velasquez up, took the $109,800 Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park, beating Road Princess by 2� lengths. The Calumet filly covered the 1� miles in 2:29[2/5].
Silver Series ($3.80), ridden by Larry Snyder, won the $114,800 American Derby by a head over Run Dusty Run at Arlington Park in Chicago. The Florida-bred colt covered the 1� miles in 2:02[2/5].
MOTOR SPORTS—MARIO ANDRETTI, in a JPS Lotus, took the lead on the final lap to win the French Grand Prix in Dijon by 1.55 seconds over John Watson's Martini Brabham. Andretti's third Formula I victory of the year pulled him to within one point of Niki Lauda, who finished fifth, in the world drivers' championship standings.