NEW YORK (AP) _ Quarterback Stan Gelbaugh of the London Monarchs and New York-New Jersey Knights cornerback Anthony Parker were unanimous choices for the first All- World League Team.

Gelbaugh leads the new league with 16 touchdown passes and 2,367 passing yards.

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TOKYO (AP) - Greg ''Boomer'' Wells, a former major leaguer, homered as the Orix Blue Wave beat the Lotte Orions 5-2 in the only Pacific League game Friday night.

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AJISUCHO, Japan (AP) - Hiroshi Makino shot a 5-under-par 66 Friday, the best round of the day, and took a two-shot lead after two rounds of the Pepsi- Ube Kosan tournament. He has a 135 total.

American David Ishii shot a 68 and moved into a second-place tie with Tadashi Ueno, Masahiro Shioda and Naomichi Ozaki.

American Gregory Meyer was at 141 after a 71 Friday.

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KASUGAI, Japan (AP) - Yeh Wei-Fing of Taiwan and Japan's Hiroko Inoue shot a 67s Friday and shared a two-shot lead after the first round of the Chukyo TV-Bridgestone women's tournament.

Yeh has yet to win in five years on the Japanese LPGA Tour.

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TOKYO (AP) - Champion Konishiki remained undefeated and won his 13th match in the Summer Grand Sumo Tournament, beating Krishima on Friday.

Konishiki, a Hawaiian whose real name is Salevaa Fuauli Atisanoe, grabbed Krishima's green belt with both hands and, using his enormous stomach, pushed him out.

Konishiki, sumo's heaviest wrestler, weighs 525 pounds. Kirishima weighs 280.

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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Natalia Zassoulskaia scored 21 points Friday night as the unbeaten Soviet Union edged Australia 70-68 in a four-nation international women's basketball tournament.

The victory improved the Soviets' record to 3-0 in the round-robin tournament.

China improved its record to 2-1 with a 98-70 victory over South Korea, which is 0-3.

Li Xin scored 28 points to spark China, while Yoo Young-joo was top scorer for the Koreans with 16.