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A roundup of the week July 25-31
August 07, 1972
ARCHERY—DENNIS CLINE of Geneva, Ill. won the national barebow championship by outshooting defending champion David Hughes 2,616-2,614 in Ludlow, Mass.
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August 07, 1972

A Roundup Of The Week July 25-31

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ARCHERY—DENNIS CLINE of Geneva, Ill. won the national barebow championship by outshooting defending champion David Hughes 2,616-2,614 in Ludlow, Mass.

BASEBALL—Cincinnati's Joe Morgan singled home the winning run as the NATIONAL LEAGUE beat the American League 4-3 in the 43rd All-Star Game in Atlanta (page 14).

BOXING—ENRIQUE PINDER of Panama won the world bantamweight title from Rafael Herrera of Mexico with a 15-round decision in Panama.

CHESS—At the world championship match in Reykjavik, Iceland, BOBBY FISCHER of the United States extended his lead over champion Boris Spas-sky of the U.S.S.R. to 5-3 with a win and a draw.

DIVING—CINDY POTTER, MICKI KING and JANET ELY won berths on the U.S. Olympic team in the three-and 10-meter events at the trials in Chicago. CRAIG LINCOLN finished first in the men's three-meter springboard; Mike Finneran was second and Dave Bush third. Finneran, Dick Rydze and Rick Earley qualified at 10 meters.

FOOTBALL—The DALLAS COWBOYS defeated the College All-Stars 20-7 in Chicago for the professionals' ninth straight win in the series (page 14).

Substitute Quarterback Mike Livingston ran 39 yards for a touchdown and passed for another to lead KANSAS CITY to a 23-17 victory over the New York Giants in the professional Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio.

GOLF—Long shots BABE HISKEY and KERMIT ZARLEY won the $200,000 National PGA-PPD Team Championship with a 22-under-par 262 in Ligonier, Pa. (page 22).

HARNESS RACING—SILENT MAJORITY ($3) and STRIKE OUT ($4.60) won the two $41,000 divisions of the Best to All Pace at New York's Yonkers Raceway.

Super Bowl ($2.60, $2.40), driven by Stanley Dancer, took the $46,015 Founders Gold Cup Trot in Vernon Downs. N.Y. in straight heats, winning the second in 1:58[3/5].

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