HORSE RACING—BOUNDING BASQUE ($11.40), Antonio Graell up, beat Dr. Carter by four lengths to win $97,920 and the Massachusetts Handicap at Suffolk Downs. The 5-year-old ran the 1? miles in 1:47[3/5], breaking the track record of 1:48[1/5] set by both Whirlaway in 1942 and Riva Ridge in 1973.
Greinton ($4.40) beat Precisionist by 1� lengths to win $275,000 and the Hollywood Gold Cup at Hollywood Park. The 4-year-old colt, with Laffit Pincay Jr. up, ran the 1� miles in 1:58[2/5].
MOTOR SPORTS—KEKE ROSBERG of Finland, driving a Williams- Honda, averaged 83.663 mph over the 2.56-mile downtown circuit to win the 160-mile Detroit Grand Prix. Stefan Johansson of Sweden finished 57.549 seconds back in a Ferrari.
TENNIS—Defending champion MARTINA NAVRATILOVA defeated Helena Sukova 6-4, 6-3 to win $31,000 and a grass court championship in Eastbourne, England.
Marty Davis beat Glenn Layendecker 4-6, 6-3, 7-5 at an indoor tournament near London, earning the first-place prize of $18,375.
MILEPOSTS—APPROVED: By an NCAA special convention dominated by 199 college presidents and chancellors, 12 proposals which will strengthen enforcement of rules (page 9).
HIRED: As manager of the Minnesota Twins, RAY MILLER, 40, former Oriole pitching coach. He replaces Billy Gardner, 57, who was fired after the Twins lost 19 of their last 25 games.
Former Washington Bullet assistant BERNIE BICKERSTAFF, 41, as coach of the Seattle Super-Sonics. He replaces Lenny Wilkens, 47, who was fired and named general manager after the Super-Sonics ended last season with a 31-51 record.
As coach of the Chicago Bulls, STAN ALBECK, 54, former Cleveland, San Antonio and New Jersey coach. Albeck replaces Kevin Loughery, 45, who was fired in late May.
As coach of the New York Rangers, TED SATOR, 35, a Philadelphia Flyer assistant coach for the past two seasons. He succeeds general manager Craig Patrick, who took over Herb Brooks's coaching duties when he was fired in January.