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A roundup of the week May 21-27
Compiled by JOY DUCKETT CAIN
June 04, 1984
U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM QUALIFIERS
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June 04, 1984

A Roundup Of The Week May 21-27

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U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM QUALIFIERS

MARATHON—MEN: Pete Pfitzinger, West Newton, Mass.; Alberto Salazar, Eugene, Ore.; John Tuttle, Auburn, Ala. (page 72).

MODERN PENTATHLON—Dean Glenesk, Santa Maria, Calif.; Greg Losey, Calistoga, Calif.; Mike Storm, Arlington, Va.; Rob Stull, Damascus, Md.

ROWING—QUADRUPLE SCULLS, WOMEN: Virginia Gilder, New York City; Joan Lind, Long Beach, Calif.; Anne Marden, Concord, Mass.; Kelly Rickon, San Diego; Lisa Rohde, Hubbard, Neb.

YACHTING—SOLING: Robbie Haines, San Diego. STAR: Bill Buchan, Seattle.

PRO BASKETBALL—Milwaukee averted a sweep in the NBA Eastern Conference finals with a 122-113 win over Boston on Monday but lost the fifth game at Boston two nights later, 115-108. Los Angeles beat Phoenix 99-97 to clinch the NBA Western Conference title, then flew to Boston to hand the Celts their first home-court loss, 115-109, in nine playoff games. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had 32 points, eight rebounds and six assists as the Lakers took a 1-0 lead in the championship series.

BOXING—ALBERT DAVILA scored an 11th-round knockout over Enrique Sanchez to retain his WBC bantamweight title in Miami Beach, Fla.

Eusebio Pedroza successfully defended his WBA featherweight title with a unanimous decision over Angel Mayor in Maracaibo, Venezuela.

PRO FOOTBALL—USFL: It was a memorable Memorial Day weekend for many teams: Pacific Division-leading Denver halted a five-game losing streak with a 27-20 win over San Antonio; Oakland won its fifth straight, a 17-14 edging of Oklahoma; Washington, now 2-12, clearly the league's worst team, fell 15-6 to Pittsburgh; and Philadelphia, the Atlantic Division pacesetter, avenged last year's 24-22 championship-game loss to Michigan by pounding the Panthers 31-13. Jacksonville was losing 41-7 to Houston with two minutes remaining in the half when Bulls owner Fred (Bubba) Bullard wandered onto the field to give the officials a piece of his mind and received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty, a 15 yarder that helped set up the Gamblers' third field goal of the half. Houston, No. 1 in the Central Division, went on to win 54-7. Elsewhere, New Jersey defeated Pittsburgh 16-14, Memphis beat Tampa Bay 31-21, Los Angeles nipped Arizona 24-17 and Southern Division-leading Birmingham stopped New Orleans 31-14.

GOLF—JACK NICKLAUS defeated Andy Bean in the third hole of sudden death to win the $500,000 Memorial tournament in Dublin, Ohio. Both completed regulation with eight-under-par 280s.

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