GOLF—DAVID GRAHAM defeated Tom Watson by one stroke to win the $360,000 Memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio. He shot an eight-under-par 280.
Donna Caponi Young shot a seven-under-par 281 to win the $100,000 Corning ( N.Y.) Classic by two strokes over Myra VanHoose.
HOCKEY—With a 5-4 overtime victory, the New York Islanders beat Philadelphia for the Stanley Cup, four games to two (page 20).
HORSE RACING—RUMBO ($2.60), Bill Shoemaker up, won the first running of the $150,000 Golden State Breeders Sires Stakes at Hollywood Park by five lengths over The Carpenter. The 3-year-old colt ran the 1[1/16] miles in 1:40[3/5].
MARATHON—TONY SANDOVAL placed first in the U.S. Olympic Trials near Niagara Falls with a time of 2:10:18.6. Benji Durden was second in 2:10:40.3 and Kyle Heffner was third in 2:10:54.1.
MOTOR SPORTS—JOHNNY RUTHERFORD, driving his Chaparral at an average of 142.862 mph, won the 64th Indianapolis 500. He finished 30 seconds ahead of Tom Sneva, who drove a McLaren-Cosworth (page 16).
Benny Parsons, averaging 119.265 mph in his Chevrolet, won the World 600 on the 1.5-mile Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway. He finished .1 of a second ahead of Darrell Waltrip, who also drove a Chevy.
SOCCER—NASL: Eight of the 15 league games during the week ended in 2-1 scores. Three of them were shootouts, as Memphis beat Minnesota, San Diego defeated American Conference West leader California and Atlanta outscored Washington. In a 2-1 triumph at Edmonton, Portland Midfielder John Bain had the Timbers' second goal at 62:46, while Forward Dale Mitchell hit the game winner at 61:40 of Portland's 2-1 victory over San Jose. Tampa Bay had to wait until 81:19 for the score by Neill Roberts that beat New England 2-1. The Tea Men had earlier won 4-3 over Chicago (8-2), which leads the American Conference Central Division, as substitute Midfielder Bob Newton had his second goal of the night with 2� minutes to play. Tulsa, atop the National Conference Central with a 7-2 record, defeated Dallas 2-1 as Midfielder Alan Woodward scored twice. Seattle's 2-1 triumph over Los Angeles was its eighth straight. The Sounders (10-1), who pace the National West, beat the Aztecs on a penalty kick by league scoring leader Roger Davies at 86:15. Fort Lauderdale (8-3), ahead in the American East, lost 5-2 at Rochester as Pat Ercoli and Branko Segota each had two goals. The National East-leading Cosmos took a week off from NASL competition to meet two foreign teams in the Trans-Atlantic Challenge Cup.
ASL: Both conference leaders were victorious at home. Columbus (6-2-1) defeated New York 2-0 on goals by Midfielder Norman Piper and 6'6" Defender Dan Mammana, while Sacramento, also 6-2-1, beat California 5-1 on a hat trick by Right Wing Willie Munguia. Golden Gate lost twice on the road—2-0 at Cleveland, as Cobra Defender Alan Kelley and Striker Narciso Doval scored, and 1-0 at Pennsylvania.
SWIMMING—PETRA SCHNEIDER of East Germany established a world record in the women's 200-meter medley with a time of 2:13.00 in Magdeburg. Her clocking surpassed by .69 of a second the mark set by Tracy Caulkins of the U.S. in January.