KARIN BERKY
MILFORD, CONN.
Karin, 16, dropped only one set en route to a 16-0 regular season for the Joseph A. Foran High School girls' tennis team. Still a junior, Karin has played in the No. 1 spot since her freshman year and has a three-year record of 43-4.

JAN TODD
BARSS CORNER, NOVA SCOTIA
Todd, 25, is the first woman officially to total more than 1,000 pounds in the three power lifts. At a meet in Newfoundland, Todd, who weighs 197½, lifted 424¼ pounds from a squat, dead-lifted 441 and bench-pressed 176¼ for a total 1,041½.

FREDDY CARLEY
NICEVILLE, FLA.
A seventh-grade runner for Ruckel Junior High, Freddy, 13, turned in a 9:41.1 two-mile to lower the 15-and-under national record by 7.4 seconds. Earlier this year Freddy broke the national age-group record for the mile with a clocking of 4:36.

ELMER HARRIS
PACIFICA, CALIF.
An 84-year-old retired phys ed teacher, Harris won the 75-and-over division of the Northern California Golf Association Senior Tournament for a record fourth time. A 21-handicapper, Harris shot 97-94-191 to top a field of 32.

TIMMY WILLIAMS
CLANTON, ALA.
A senior at Isabella High, Timmy pitched a perfect game, striking out every Thorsby High batter in a 16-0 win. A .450 hitter, he had two homers, a double, two singles and five RBIs in the game and finished with a 6-0 record and a 1.44 ERA.

PAT O'CALLAGHAN
SEATTLE
A junior at the University of Washington, Pat won the women's national collegiate archery championships in Harrisonburg, Va. by scoring 2,132 out of a possible 2,520 to beat Sandi Von Kilsdonk, Arizona State's defending champion, by five points.

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