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BOWLING—PARKER BOHN defeated Hugh Miller 247-236 to win a PBA tournament and $38,000 in Edmond, Okla.
BOXING—MICHAEL CARBAJAL scored a seventh-round TKO over Muangshai Kittikasem to win the IBF light flyweight title, in Phoenix. He is the first of the '88 Olympic medalists to win a title (page 34).
Dennis Andries knocked out Jeff Harding in the seventh round to regain the WBC light heavyweight title, in Melbourne.
Yukihito (Leopard) Tamakuma won the WBA flyweight title with a TKO of Lee Yul Woo in the 10th round, in Tokyo.
Massimiliano Duran won the WBC cruiser-weight crown after Carlos De Leon was disqualified for hitting after the bell at the end of the 11th round, in Capo D'Orlando, Italy.
EQUESTRIAN—MICHAEL MATZ, riding Heisman, had a penalty-free round to defeat George Lindemann, aboard Threes And Sevens, by a one-quarter fault and win the U.S. Show Jumping Championship, in Bridgehampton, N.Y.
Chris Kappler, riding Concorde, had two penalty-free rounds and a jump-off time of 34.89 seconds to beat Tony Font, aboard Lago, by .10 of a second and win a Grandprix event in Kings Mills, Ohio.
GOLF—BETH DANIEL shot a final-round five-under-par 66 to win the LPGA Championship by one stroke over Rosie Jones, in Bethesda, Md. Daniel, who shot a four-under-par 280 for the tournament, won $150,000—the largest paycheck in LPGA history. It was her first victory in a major.
Gary Player came from five strokes back on the final six holes to defeat Brian Waites and Deane Be-man by one stroke to win the Senior British Open, in Turnberry, Scotland. Player shot an even-par 280 for the tournament and collected $45,000.