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A roundup of the week June 22-28
Compiled by ALEXANDER WOLFF
July 06, 1981
BOWLING—JOE HUTCHINSON and TOM BAKER defeated Earl Anthony and Nelson Burton Jr. 210-190 to win a $110,000 PBA doubles tournament in Las Vegas.
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July 06, 1981

A Roundup Of The Week June 22-28

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BOWLING—JOE HUTCHINSON and TOM BAKER defeated Earl Anthony and Nelson Burton Jr. 210-190 to win a $110,000 PBA doubles tournament in Las Vegas.

BOXING—WBC welterweight champion SUGAR RAY LEONARD stopped Ayub Kalule in the ninth round to win the WBA junior middleweight title in Houston. On the same card, THOMAS HEARNS scored a fourth-round TKO of Pablo Baez to successfully defend his WBA welterweight crown (page 20).

WBA junior welterweight champion AARON PRYOR retained his title with a second-round TKO of Lennox Blackmoore in Las Vegas.

FENCING—At the U.S. nationals in Fort Worth, MARK SMITH won the men's foil title, LEE SHELLEY finished on top in the �p�e and PETER WESTBROOK won the sabre championship. Among the women, JANA ANGELAKIS was foil champion and SUSAN BADDERS won the �p�e title.

GOLF—JERRY PATE shot a 14-under-par 274 to win the $300,000 Danny Thomas-Memphis Classic by two strokes over Bruce Lietzke and Tom Kite.

Nancy Lopez-Melton won a $125,000 LPGA tournament in Pittsford, NY. by two strokes over Pat Bradley. She shot a seven-under-par 285.

HORSE RACING—WAYWARD LASS ($12), Cash Asmussen up, won the $136,250 Coaching Club American Oaks for 3-year-old fillies at Belmont Park on a disqualification. Real Prize finished first over the 1� miles, 2� lengths in front of Wayward Lass, but was placed second for interference in the stretch.

Save wild life ($9), ridden by Chris McCarron, beat Princess Karenda by 2� lengths to win the $110,700 Milady Handicap at Hollywood Park. The 4-year-old filly ran the 1[1/16] miles in 1:42[4/5].

Chris McCarron rode PAST FORGETTING ($4.60) to a 3�-length victory over Balletomane to win the $109,100 Hollywood Oaks at Hollywood Park. The 3-year-old filly covered the 1? miles in 1:50.

MOTOR SPORTS—RICK MEARS won twin 125-mile events on the 1.522-mile oval of Atlanta International Raceway, driving his Penske-Cosworth at an average of 150.139 mph to beat Johnny Rutherford by three seconds in the first race, and 167.073 mph to beat Mario Andretti by 1.7 seconds in the second.

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