BASEBALL—The U.S. team from Marietta, Ga. beat the Dominican Republic 3-1 to win the Little League World Series, at Williamsport, Pa.
BOWLING—DENNIS JACQUES edged Sam Zurich 157-156 in a PBA event in Windsor, Ontario.
GOLF—NICK PRICE fired a 270, 10 under par, for the $100,000 winner's check in the $500,000 World Series of Golf in Akron, Ohio. Jack Nicklaus finished second, four strokes back (page 46).
Pat Bradley sank a 15-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to beat Beth Daniel in a $200,000 LPGA event in Denver. Both players finished the 72 holes of regulation play at 277, 11 under par.
HARNESS RACING—RAMBLING WILLIE ($2.80), driven by Robert Farrington, won his 128th race, beating Swift Justice by 1� lengths to earn $4,000 and increase his winnings to $2,033,218. The 13-year-old paced the mile in 1:59[3/5].
HORSE RACING—A 38-1 shot, TOLOMEO ($78.40), ridden by Pat Eddery, beat 1981 Horse of the Year John Henry by a head to win $600,000 in the Arlington Million in Chicago. The colt ran 1� miles on the turf in 2:04[2/5].
Make Mine Cash ($17.40), ridden by Jerry Nicodemus, beat Bartendress by three-quarters of a length in the $1,319,000 All-American Quarter Horse Derby at Ruidoso Downs in New Mexico. The 3-year-old filly ran the quarter mile in 21.73 seconds and earned a purse of $565,000.
All Fired Up ($35.20), Rick Evans aboard, beat Holme on Top by 1� lengths to win the $577,725 Arlington Washington Futurity. Favorite Smart N Slick dropped dead at the finish line after placing third. All Fired Up, a colt, finished the seven furlongs in 1:27.
MOTO-CROSS—DAVID BAILEY clinched the Grand National overall title with 860 points, beating Mark Barnett by one point after a 27-race series.
MOTOR SPORTS—RENE ARNOUX, driving a Ferrari-Turbo, won the Dutch Grand Prix to move into second place in the world championship standings behind Alain Prost, who crashed 40 laps into the race. Arnoux had an average speed of 115.64 mph as he completed the 72 laps of the Circuit Van Zandvoort in 1:38:41.95.