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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 02, 1981
Feb. 02, 1981

Table of Contents
Feb. 2, 1981

Viewpoint
Super Bowl XV
Beth Daniel
Zungul
Swimming
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

CHUCK SULLIVAN
CHANNEL IS. HARBOR, CALIF.
Sullivan, 48, an auto-parts executive, boated a 1,319-pound Pacific blue marlin on 80-pound-test line after a 57-minute battle. The fish, which was caught half a mile south of Kona, Hawaii, may be the fifth largest ever caught on rod and reel.

This is an article from the Feb. 2, 1981 issue Original Layout

ALENE MOTZ
MASON, OHIO
Motz, 39, a housewife, grandmother and reigning U.S. women's 160-to-180-pound arm-wrestling champ, won her division in the World Arm-Wrestling Federation Championships in Calcutta. A six-year veteran, she has won 16 state titles.

GUDMUND OLSEN
EGGEDAL, NORWAY
Olsen, 20, a pentathlete at Maryland's Mt. Saint Mary's, set a collegiate record of 3,845 points. He ran the 60-yard hurdles in 7.9 and the 1,000 meters in 2:48.6, long-jumped 22'7½", put the shot 47'1¼" and high-jumped 6' 6".

JEAN BRAWN
FRANKLIN LAKES. N.J.
Jean, 17, a high school All-America striker at Indian Hills High, led the Braves to a 2-0 win over Hamilton East Steinert High in the girls' state title soccer game. She scored 47 goals and had 27 assists during Indian Hills' 23-game season.

ROLAND GROVEY
DUNCAN, OKLA.
Roland, a 12-year-old, 5'5", 126-pound halfback at Duncan Junior High, led the Demons to a 10-0 season by running for 1,518 yards on 104 carries. He rushed for 22 touchdowns and threw for five more on halfback option plays.

STORMI-ANN GUNTSCH
MONTROSE, MICH.
Stormi-Ann, 13, ran in 131 road races in 1980, placing first among the women in 36 and first in her age group in another 68. She set six 12-year-old single-age records, including those for the half-marathon (1:27:25) and 10 miles (1:04:35).

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