TENNIS—JOHN McENROE defeated Mats Wilander 6-2, 3-6, 6-2 to win the $250,000 Stockholm Open-Scandinavian Championships for the third time.
Ivan Lendl beat Andres Gomez 7-6, 6-2, 6-1 to win a $250,000 tournament in Wembley, England.
MILEPOSTS—FIRED: As coach of the Minnesota North Stars, BILL MAHONEY, 45, after a 3-8-2 start this season. He was replaced by GLEN SONMOR, 56, North Star director of player development, who coached the team from 1978 to '83.
MARRIED: JOE NAMATH, 41, noted bachelor and former NFL quarterback; and DEBORAH LYNN MAYS, 22, an actress; both for the first time; in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
NAMED: As manager of the Seattle Mariners, CHUCK COTTIER, 48, who led the club to a 15-12 record as interim manager the final month of the 1984 season.
The American League MVP by the Baseball Writers Association of America, Detroit lefthanded pitcher WILLIE HERNANDEZ, 29, who was 9-3 with a 1.92 ERA and 32 saves.
As host of the 1987 Pan American Games, Indianapolis, which will be the first U.S. city to hold the Games since Chicago hosted them in 1959.
TRADED: By the Pittsburgh Penguins, center RON FLOCKHART, 24, to the Montreal Canadiens for center JOHN CHABOT, 22.
DIED: PHILIP WELD Sr., 69, a noted sailor and former publisher of the Paris Herald Tribune, of a heart attack; in Cambridge, Mass. At 65, Weld sailed the 51-foot trimaran Moxie to victory in the singlehanded transatlantic race from Plymouth, England to Newport, R.I., becoming the first American to win.