The Associated Press
Mar. 09, 1985
MANDELIEU-LA-NAPOULE, France (AP) _ Spain's Pedro Munoz won the sixth leg of the 35th Paris-Nice cycling race Saturday, while Frenchman Frederic Vichot retained the leader's jersey.
Ireland's Sean Kelly was second, followed by Australia's Phil Anderson in the 107-mile race from Greoux-Les-Bains to Mandelieu-La-Napoule.
Munoz was timed in 4 hours, 41 minutes, 33 seconds, while Kelly and Anderson were clocked in 4:42:13. ---
SUBIACO, Italy (AP) - Adri Van Houwelingen of Holland beat out Austrian Gerhard Zadrobilek in the final stretch Saturday to win the second leg of the Tyrrhenian-Adriatic cycling race.
Moreno Argentin, winner of the first leg, captured the yellow-and-red jersey of overall leader from fellow Italian Roberto Visentini.
Van Houwelingen covered the 121-mile course from Fontana Liri to this town near Rome in 5 hours, 17 minutes, 49 seconds, for an average speed of 23 mph. ---
LONDON (AP) - Everton, the defending English Football Association Cup champion, was held to 2-2 tie at home by struggling Ipswich in a quarterfinal soccer match Saturday.
A late equalizer by Derek Mountfield salvaged the tie for Everton and enabled the current English League league from being eliminated in the sixth round.
Manchester United, which also has an outside chance of winning the championship and Cup ''double,'' stormed into the semifinals with a 4-2 victory over West Ham United. Norman Whiteside scored three goals.
In a twice-replayed fifth-round match, Luton downed Watford 1-0 and meets Millwall of the Third Division in the quarterfinal.
Because of the Cup games, only six First Division matches were played and the league lead was not affected.