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A Roundup of the Week June 6-12
Compiled by Jay Jennings
June 20, 1988
ARENA FOOTBALL—Pittsburgh's Mike Powell intercepted a pass with five seconds remaining and returned it for a touchdown as the Gladiators held off a rally by New England and won 45-39. That victory gave Pittsburgh a 5-2 record and moved it to within 1� games of the undefeated league leader, Chicago. The Steamrollers' loss left them in last place with a 1-6 mark. Los Angeles was 1-1 for the week; the Cobras beat New York 36-22 and lost to Detroit 39-26 as the Drive's Rich Ingold threw for five TDs.
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June 20, 1988

A Roundup Of The Week June 6-12

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SUSPENDED: By the USA Amateur Boxing Federation, Olympic coach KEN ADAMS, 47, for allegedly assaulting a federation official last month. The six-month suspension will prevent him from coaching the Olympic team.

TRADED: By the Washington Bullets, center MANUTE BOL, 25, to the Golden State Warriors for center DAVE FEITL, 26, and a second-round draft choice in 1989.

By the San Francisco Giants, outfielder JEFFREY LEONARD, 32, to the Milwaukee Brewers for shortstop ERNEST RILES, 27.

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