SOCCER—On shootout goals by Karl-Heinz Granitza and Rudy Glenn, the Chicago Sting scored a 1-0 victory over the Cosmos in the Soccer Bowl in Toronto (page 70).
SQUASH—Australia's STEVEN BOWDITCH won the world title in J�nk�ping, Sweden, beating New Zealand's Craig Blackwood 3-9, 7-9, 9-4, 9-3, 9-3.
TENNIS—In a $75,000 Grand Prix tournament in Geneva, BJORN BORG beat Tomas Smid 6-4, 6-3.
Tracy Austin defeated Mary Lou Piatek 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 to win a $75,000 tournament in Atlanta.
MILEPOSTS—ACQUIRED: By the San Diego Chargers from the Green Bay Packers, Wide Receiver AUNDRA THOMPSON, 28, and one first-round and two second-round choices between 1982 and 1984. The transaction completes the trade from the Chargers to the Packers of Wide Receiver John Jefferson, who agreed to terms with Green Bay last week.
ACQUITTED: By a state district court jury in Albuquerque, of six counts of fraud and six of filing false public vouchers, former University of New Mexico Assistant Basketball Coach JOHN WHISENANT, 38. The charges stemmed from a 1979 investigation of recruiting violations at New Mexico.
RESCINDED: By The Athletics Congress, with the approval of the IAAF, the so-called contamination rule that jeopardized the eligibility of amateurs competing with professionals in track and field and road racing events. The rule will continue to affect foreign athletes competing in the U.S.
SIGNED: By the Los Angeles Rams, free agent Quarterback DAN PASTORINI, 32, who was released by the Oakland Raiders in August. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.
SURRENDERED: By newly crowned WBA welterweight champion SUGAR RAY LEONARD, 25, the WBA junior middleweight title he won from Ayub Kalule on June 25. The WBA prohibits a boxer from retaining two of its titles simultaneously.
DIED: BOBBY GRAYSON, 66, an All-America fullback who led Stanford to three straight Rose Bowl appearances from 1933 to 1935; of complications during heart surgery; in Bellevue, Wash.