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A Roundup of the Week July 18-24
Compiled By Jay Jennings
August 01, 1988
ARENA FOOTBALL—Chicago, which was atop the league standings all season, and Detroit, the hottest team down the stretch, will meet in the championship game next week following victories in the playoffs. The Drive extended its winning streak to eight games by beating Pittsburgh 34-25. Quarterback Rich Ingold threw for 219 yards and two touchdowns as Detroit scored all its points in the first half. In the other playoff game, the Bruisers relied upon their league-leading ground attack and rambled past Los Angeles 29-16. Chicago backs carried the ball a record 24 times for two TDs, both of which were scored by Bill Stone.
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August 01, 1988

A Roundup Of The Week July 18-24

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TRADED: By the Seattle Mariners, designated hitter KEN PHELPS, 33, to the New York Yankees for three minor leaguers; and outfielder GLENN WILSON, 29, to the Pittsburgh Pirates for outfielder DARNELL COLES, 26.

By the New Jersey Devils, goalie ALAIN CHEVRIER, 27, to the Winnipeg Jets for left wing STEVE ROONEY, 26. The Devils and Jets also exchanged 1989 draft picks.

By the Houston Rockets, forward-guard ROBERT REID, 32, and a second-round draft choice in 1990 to the Charlotte Hornets for guard BERNARD THOMPSON, 25.

DIED: JOHN W. GALBREATH, 90, an owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1946 to '85 and of Darby Dan Farm, which produced Kentucky Derby winners Chateaugay in '63 and Proud Clarion in '67; in Galloway, Ohio.

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