KING OF PRUSSIA, PA.
Jordan, a sophomore at Stanford, defeated Wendy White of Rollins 6-4, 7-5 to win the singles title in the AIAW tennis championships in Iowa City. Jordan, a two-time All-America, also won the doubles title, with Alycia Moulton.
This is an article from the July 2, 1979 issue
Storm, 17, led University Christian High to its second straight Class A state baseball title. He had a record of 14-1 and 172 strikeouts, in 87 innings. A draft choice of the Orioles, Storm was 42-3 in three years with 496 strikeouts in 278 innings.
Humm, 60, beat Ken Mattiace, 19, in sudden death to become the oldest golfer—by 10 years—to win the Long Island Amateur, at Sands Point. Humm entered on a lark because he had lost in the finals, on the same course, in 1939.
Ritchie, a 34-year-old physics teacher, set a world record for the 100-mile run in the Ted Corbett Cup in New York City. His time of 11:51:11 surpassed by 21:17 the mark set by Wally Hay-ward of South Africa in 1958.
Cunningham, 18, led San Ramon Valley High to the North Coast sectional title with victories in the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly, to remain unbeaten in four years of varsity swimming. He has twice been a scholastic water polo All-America.
Devine, a University of Texas junior, became the first woman to win three consecutive shotput titles at the AIAW track and field championships. Devine's toss of 52'10" at' East Lansing, Mich. was a foot better than that of the second-place finisher.