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A roundup off the week June 4-10
Compiled by JOY DUCKETT CAIN
June 18, 1984
U.S. OLYMPIC TEAM QUALIFIERS
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June 18, 1984

A Roundup Off The Week June 4-10

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FINED: By USFL commissioner Chet Simmons, Jacksonville Bulls owner FRED BULLARD, 49, $2,500 for going onto the field and verbally abusing officials during a May 25 game against the Houston Gamblers. Bullard also was barred from the sidelines for the rest of the season.

NAMED: As coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins, BOB BERRY, 40, who had been fired by the Montreal Canadiens 63 games into last season. Berry replaced LOU ANGOTTI, 46, who became Penguin director of pro scouting.

As the NHL's most valuable player for an unprecedented fifth consecutive year, Edmonton's WAYNE GRETZKY, 23.

As football coach at the University of Miami, former Oklahoma State coach JIMMY JOHNSON, 40.

TRADED: By the Chicago Black Hawks to the Los Angeles Kings, goalie BOB JANECYK, 27, and a first-round draft choice in exchange for the No. 3 pick in the 1984 draft.

By the Denver Nuggets to the Portland Trail Blazers, forward KIKI VANDEWEGHE, 25, for forward CALVIN NATT, 27, guard LAFAYETTE LEVER, 23, center WAYNE COOPER, 27, and two draft choices.

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