A study of the impulsive microwave and hard X-ray emissions from the June 25, 1980 solar flare notes that its light curves are consistent with the flaring of the regions in unison rather than sequentially, or in an uncorrelated manner. The maximum 6-cm flux, which occurs 1.4 min after the maximum in the integrated 28-498 keV X-ray emission, and coincides with a secondary peak in the X-ray light curve, is explained by the observation that the X-ray spectrum, and hence that of the electrons, is harder at the time of the 6-cm flux maximum. The results show a clear correlation between the X-ray flux greater than 100 keV and the microwave flux. The steep, low-frequency spectrum at the time of the 6-cm maximum indicates that the emission at this time is nonthermal. The spectral behavior of the hard X-ray emission is not consistent with the betatron acceleration mechanism.