The Associated Press
May. 26, 1985
Undated (AP) _ SUZUKA, Japan (AP) - Satoru Nakajima, driving a March 85J Honda, won the 112-mile second leg of the five-race All-Japan F-2 series Sunday, 28 seconds ahead of fellow Japanese Masahiro Hasemi.
Nakajima pulled ahead of Brazil's Roberto Moreno into second place on the first lap and then seized the lead from Britain's Kenneth Acheson on the fifth lap.
He sped 30 laps around the 3.7-mile Suzuka Speedway track in 1 hour, 1 minute and 19.068 seconds, an average speed of 107.628 mph, and Hasemi, driving a March 85J BMW, finished in 1:01:47.086.
Keiji Matsumoto, driving a March 85J BMW, came in third in 1:02:00.959, followed by Akira Hagiwara, driving a March 85J BMW, in 1:02:10.875.
Eje Elgh of Sweden, driving a March 85J Honda, finished fifth in 1:02:11.263, followed by Moreno, driving a March 842 Honda, in 1:02:26.683. ---
OSAKA, Japan (AP) - The Soviet Union's men's volleyball team beat Japan 15-11, 15-10, 14-16, 15-9 Sunday and wound up its Japan series with six victories against no defeats. ---
KASUGAI, Japan (AP) - Veteran Hisako Higuchi of Japan surged back from 13th place with a course record 67 Sunday and won the $120,000 Chukyo TV- Bridgestone Ladies Open Golf Tournament by two strokes.
Higuchi started Sunday's final round five strokes off the pace at the 6,162-yard, par-72 Kasugai Country Club's east course.
The old record of 68 was held by Japan's Setsuko Masuda and Taiwan's Tu Ai- yu.
Higuchi, who finished with 140 in the tournament, shortened to two days because of heavy rain Saturday, earned $20,000 for her first victory of the season and 67th in her pro career.
Japan's Mitsuko Hamada finished second after shooting 70 for a 142 total, and former record-holder Masuda was third at 143 after a 73 Sunday.
Defending champion Laurie Rinker of the United States finished in an 18th place tie at 148. ---
TOKYO (AP) - Former major leaguer Steve Ontiveros hit a two-run single in the sixth inning as the Seibu Lions beat the Kintetsu Buffaloes 10-5 in Japanese League baseball Sunday.
The Nankai Hawks beat the Nippon Ham Fighters 5-3 as ex-minor leaguer Jeff Doyle hit a home run in the first inning