It's one of those indications that summer is rapidly slipping away. It was Hogs' Night Out Saturday and they showed up at Mel Krupin's in black tie and sneakers for one last big feed before heading for the Redskins' training camp at Carlisle, Pa., this coming weekend for all that work and sweating. The Hogs feasting on Krupin's roast beef were George Starke, Jeff Bostic, Joe Jacoby, Don Warren, Mark May, Otis Wonsley, Russ Grimm and Rick Donnalley . . .
The ABC doubles team of television's Brit Hume and radio's Herb Kaplow beat WDVM-TV's sportscaster Glenn Brenner and sports producer Dave Patterson to win yesterday's Celebrity Tennis Tournament at the D.C. National Bank Tennis Classic. To get to the finals, Hume and Kaplow had a tough battle with FBI Director William Webster and the first lady's press secretary, Jennefer Hirshberg . . .
Actor Sean Penn and his fiance', pop singer Madonna, have been sued for $1 million by free-lance photographer Laurence Cottrell, who claims Penn attacked him with a rock and his own camera outside a Nashville, Tenn., hotel June 30. A Nashville judge Friday ruled that Penn must appear for a preliminary hearing Oct. 17 or plead guilty to the criminal charges before the court date . . .
Amina Fakir, a 23-year-old University of Michigan student, was named Miss Black America this weekend in Philadelphia . . .
The National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association will announce in Chicago today that "Knots Landing" actress Donna Mills and "Knight Rider" David Hasselhoff have the best hair styles . . .
There's love among the spear carriers. Seabrook, Md., lawyer Craig J. Poff wrote to the Washington Opera to tell them that while a volunteer "super," short for supernumerary, in "La Bohe me" last season, he met Yolanda Berg, another crowd scene "super," whom he will marry this Saturday. And "to pay the group back for meeting Yolanda," he changed his will to leave the Washington Opera his Kawai grand piano . . .