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A roundup of the week May 6-12
May 20, 1974
ARCHERY—ARIZONA STATE won the men's U.S. intercollegiate team championship at DeLand, Fla., with the Sun Devils' Steve Lieberman regaining the individual crown. SAN BERNARDINO VALLEY secured the women's team title, as Carol Jurn, also of Arizona State, captured the top individual honors (page 68).
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May 20, 1974

A Roundup Of The Week May 6-12

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ANNOUNCED: By the Atlanta Braves, that HENRY AARON, 40, will join the team's front-office staff at the end of the season.

DISMISSED: Charges of fixing superfecta races at New York tracks, against Harness Drivers BEN WEBSTER, WILLIAM HUDSON, MAURICE PUSEY and GEORGE FOLDI. Nine other drivers are still on trial.

MOVED: The TORONTO franchise of the WFL to Memphis. The Southmen, formerly the Northmen, have first choice of playing dates in Memorial Stadium for the next 10 years rather than an exclusive lease.

NAMED: To the National Football Foundation's Hall of Fame, in the Pioneer category, EDWARD (Hook) MYLIN and the late EDWARD (Slip) MADIGAN. After playing for Knute Rockne at Notre Dame, Madigan compiled a 116-45-12 record in 19 years (1921-39) coaching St. Mary's of California; Mylin, a quarterback at Franklin & Marshall, had two undefeated teams (1937, 1940) during his seven years of coaching at Lafayette.

SIGNED: A two-year contract with the WHA Edmonton Oilers, by twice-retired JACQUES PLANTE, 45, who won seven Vezina Trophies as the NHL's outstanding goalie. In order to play again, Plante quit a 10-year contract with the WHA Quebec Nordiques after one season as coach and general manager.

DIED: FRED W. KELLY, 82, gold medal winner in the 110-meter high hurdles at the 1912 Stockholm Olympics; in Medford, Ore.

DIED: ELEANOR (Teach) TENNANT, 79, tennis instructor whose pupils included the late Maureen Connolly Brinker and Bobby Riggs; in La Jolla, Calif.

DESTROYED: LINDA'S CHIEF, after suffering a broken back in Hollywood Park's Los Angeles Handicap. The 4-year-old colt was the nation's second leading money-winner last year with $366,180.

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