VAIL, Colo. (AP) _ Defending champion Andrew Magee broke his own tournament record with a 2- day 129 on the par 71 Vail Golf Club course to win the Jerry Ford Invitational Golf Tournament on Tuesday.

Magee tallied eight birdies en route to his second-round 8-under-par 63. He set the tournament record with a 130 last year.

Ted Schultz was second at 130. First-round leader Roger Maltbie, who shot a course record 64 Monday at the Country Club of the Rockies, finished third at 132.

Craig Stadler, who tied for sixth at 135, shot a hole-in-one on the par 3 eighth hole with an eight iron.

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TOKYO (AP) - Taiwan won the World Boys' Baseball Championship Wednesday by defeating Japan's Kansai team 8-4 in seven innings at the Tokyo Dome.

A total of 10 teams from the United States, Mexico, China, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan with players 16 or younger competed in the tournament that began Saturday.

Taiwan and Japan's Kansai advanced to Wednesday's finals, after Taiwan defeated Japan's Kanto team in the semifinals Tuesday. Japan's Kansai beat South Korea in the semifinals.

South Korea and Kanto tied for third place.

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KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (AP) - Tina Samara moved into the semifinals of the U.S. National Amateur tennis championships women's division with a 6-4, 6-2 victory over Kim Jennings of Wynnewood, Pa.

In other matches, Jennifer Lane beat Jennifer Urban, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3; Jennifer Baker, upset second seed Carter Lackey, 6-4, 6-2, and Susan Bartyl edged third seed Elizabeth Barker, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4.

In the men's bracket, top-seeded Andrew Weiss, No. 2 Jorge Gonzalez, No. 3 Gog Boonswang and No. 4 Eric Berg all advanced to the quarterfinals.

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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday they had set a franchise record for season ticket sales.

The Bills, who have set the NFL's single-season attendance record in each of the past two seasons while playing at 80,000-seat Rich Stadium, have sold 57,132 season seats for the 1992 season.

That beats the previous record, set last year, of 54,604.

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DALLAS (AP) - Members of the first four-year football class at Southern Methodist University since the school recovered from the NCAA ''death penalty'' already are acting like typical seniors.

On Tuesday, at least 20 freshmen showed up sporting new haircuts given to them by the seniors.

Of course, these weren't the usual ''trim off the sides'' cuts. The new hairdos included checkerboard patterns and mohawks.

''It's a great team feeling around here. We are a complete team for the first time,'' coach Tom Rossley said.

''The seniors have taken over these kinds of things. It creates the kind of chemistry which helps in tight situations and in games.''

Rossley also announced that junior linebacker B.J. Stankovich, who was named the Mustangs' top special teams player last year, will not be enrolled in school this semester.

SMU football received the NCAA death penalty for rules violations before the 1987 season, forcing the school to shut down its program.

The Mustangs did not play in 1987 or 1988 and are 4-29 since returning to action in 1989.

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LIHUE, Hawaii (AP) - PGA Championship winner Nick Price and the winners of golf's three other major tournaments have agreed to compete in the second annual PGA Grand Slam of Golf.

The two-day, stroke-play event matches the winners of the four major tournaments.

Joining Price will be Masters champ Fred Couples, British Open champ Nick Faldo and U.S. Open winner Tom Kite.

The winner receives $400,000, with $250,000 going to second place, $200,000 for third and $150,000 for fourth.

The event will be held Nov. 10-11 at Kauai Lagoons Resort.