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Jan Stephenson won her second consecutive LPGA tournament, shooting a five-under-par 211 to win the $200,000 Lady Keystone Open in Hershey, Pa. by one stroke over Barbara Moxness and Alexandra Reinhardt.
Tulsa won the AIAW Division I championship, beating runner-up Texas 1,205 strokes to 1,208 at Columbus, Ohio. AMY BENZ of Southern Methodist shot a two-over-par 290 to win the individual title by six strokes over Cindy Pleger of Georgia.
HARNESS RACING—CAM FELLA ($8.40), driven by Pat Crowe, beat Merger by 1� lengths to win the $513,300 Cane Pace at Yonkers Raceway. The 3-year-old ridgling was timed in 1:57[3/5].
HORSERACING—SAIL ON BUNNY ($11.60), Gary Sumpter in the irons, beat Dynago Victory by a neck to win the $715,000 Kindergarten Futurity for 2-year-old quarter horses at Los Alamitos Race Course. The colt ran the 350 yards in 17.74.
Silver Supreme ($62), ridden by Eric Beitia, beat Reef Searcher by a neck to win the $167,900 Massachusetts Handicap at Suffolk Downs. The 4-year-old colt ran the 1? miles in 1:48[4/5].
MOTOR SPORTS—JACKY ICKX and DEREK BELL, driving a Porsche, won the LeMans 24-hour race by three laps over Jochen Mass and Vern Schuppan, in a Porsche. Averaging 126.866 mph, Ickx and Bell covered 359 laps of the 8.46-mile circuit. For Ickx, it was a record sixth victory.
ROWING—YALE beat Cornell by 3.35 seconds to win the inaugural National Collegiate Rowing Championship at East Fork State Park near Cincinnati (page 58).