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A roundup of the week July 8-14
Compiled by BAILEY BREENE
July 22, 1985
BOWLING—DENNIS JACQUES won $16,000 and the Southern California Open title by defeating Amleto Monacelli 212-146 in Riverside.
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July 22, 1985

A Roundup Of The Week July 8-14

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BOWLING—DENNIS JACQUES won $16,000 and the Southern California Open title by defeating Amleto Monacelli 212-146 in Riverside.

BOXING—Undefeated MILT McCRORY knocked out Carlos Trujillo of Panama in the third round to retain his WBC welterweight title in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

CREW—The U.S.S.R. took first place in the eights heavyweight competition at the Lucerne International Rowing Regatta with a time of 5:40.34, five seconds faster than the runner-up Oklahoma City Rowing Club. Princeton placed third, :5.95 back.

PRO FOOTBALL—The Baltimore Stars defeated the Oakland Invaders 28-24 to win their second consecutive USFL title, at the Meadowlands (page 22).

GOLF—KATHY BAKER shot an eight-under-par 280 to win the U.S. Women's Open in Springfield, N.J. by three strokes over runner-up Judy Clark. Baker earned $41,975 for her first tour victory (page 28).

Mark Weibe won $90,000 and his first PGA Tour event by defeating John Mahaffey on the first hole of sudden death at a tournament in Williamsburg, Va. The two were tied after regulation play at 273, 11 under par.

HARNESS RACING—ON THE ROAD AGAIN ($2.60), with Buddy Gilmour in the sulky, took the George Morton Levy Memorial Pace at Roosevelt Raceway by 6� lengths over Caramore. The 4-year-old colt, who won $72,500, took the mile event with a time of 1:55[2/5].

Sherman Almahurst ($12.80), driven by Sonny Patterson, beat Laughs by three-quarters of a length to win the Peter Haughton Memorial Pace at Roosevelt Raceway. The 2-year-old colt, who earned $133,850 in winning his fifth straight start, covered the mile in 1:59.

HORSE RACING—LA LORGNETTE ($9.60), David Clark up, became the first filly in 18 years to win the Queen's Plate at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, defeating Imperial Choice by 2� lengths. The 3-year-old, who earned $174,504 for the victory, ran the 1� miles in 2:04[3/5].

My Habitony ($3.60), with Darrel McHargue in the saddle, beat French Legionnaire by half a length to win $118,300 and the Bel Air Handicap at Hollywood Park. The 5-year-old ran the 1? miles in 1:48.

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