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A Roundup of the Week May 28-June 3
Compiled by Tim Crothers
June 11, 1990
PRO BASKETBALL—In the Eastern Conference finals, the Pistons defeated the Bulls 93-74 in the seventh game to win the series four games to three, and in the West, the Trail Blazers beat The Suns four games to two (page 16).
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June 11, 1990

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PRO BASKETBALL—In the Eastern Conference finals, the Pistons defeated the Bulls 93-74 in the seventh game to win the series four games to three, and in the West, the Trail Blazers beat The Suns four games to two (page 16).

BOWLING—DAVID OZIO and STEVE WUNDER-LICH defeated Parker Bohn and Hugh Miller 225-192 in the title game to win a PBA doubles event and $30,000 in Las Vegas.

BOXING—MARCOS VILLASANA defeated Paul Hodkinson by a TKO late in the eighth round to win the WBC featherweight title, in Manchester, England.

EQUESTRIAN—JOE FARGIS, riding Mill Pearl, had two penalty-free rides and a jump-off time of 34.664 seconds to defeat Michael Dorman, aboard Olisco, by 2.518 seconds and win the Devon Grandprix, in Devon, Pa. The event was the final U.S. team-selection trial for the July world championships in Stockholm.

GOLF—GIL MORGAN shot a final-round two-under-par 69 for a 10-under-par total of 274 to beat Ian Baker-Finch by one stroke in a PGA event in Potomac, Md. Morgan earned $180,000 for his first Tour victory since 1983.

Cathy Gerring had a one-under-par 71 in the final round for an eight-under-par total of 218 to defeat Pat Bradley and Elaine Crosby by one stroke in an LPGA event in Hershey, Pa. Gerring received $45,000 for her first tour victory in six years.

Lee Trevino birdied the fifth playoff hole to beat Mike Fetchick and win a Senior tour event and $52,500 in Scarborough, N.Y. Trevino, Fetchick, Chi Chi Rodriguez and Jimmy Powell finished regulation play tied at 11-under-par 199.

HARNESS RACING—TOO GOOD ($20.80), driven by Mike Lachance, closed strongly in the stretch and edged Till We Meet Again and In the Pocket in a three-horse photo finish to win the New Jersey Classic and $210,985, at the Meadowlands. The 3-year-old colt paced the mile in 1:52.

HORSE RACING—CRIMINAL TYPE ($18.80), with Jose Santos in the saddle, ran down Housebuster at the wire to win the Metropolitan Handicap by a neck and earn $357,000, at Belmont Park. The 5-year-old horse ran the mile in 1:34[2/5].

Yonder ($5.60), Jerry Bailey up, held off a late rush by Video Ranger to win the Jersey Derby by a head, at Garden State Park. The 3-year-old colt, who earned $300,000 for the victory, covered the 1� miles in 2:04[2/5].

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