GARY (BUBBA) TUCKER
ROGERS, TEXAS
Gary, a senior on the Rogers High track team, had five firsts at the district AA meet. He won the high jump (6'5"), pole vault (14'), long jump (22'9") and the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles (14.9 and 41.4, respectively).

DEBBI FUHRMAN
JENKINTOWN, PA.
Fuhrman, 18, a gymnast at Brown, won 22 of 24 individual events and six all-around titles in six dual meets to lead the Bruins to a perfect record. She was 6-0 in the floor exercise, the beam and the bars; her two losses came in the vault.

AL BAKER
BELHAVEN, N.C.
Baker, 44, the basketball coach at Pantego (N.C.) High, guided the Warriors to a 32-0 season and a 72-54 victory over Tryon for their second state Class A title in a row. Over two seasons, Pantego has won 54 consecutive games.

GUIDO HIBDON
VERSAILLES, MO.
Hibdon, 34, a fishing guide, boated 15 black bass, each at least 15 inches long and weighing a total of 51.2 pounds, over three days to win his second straight Missouri Invitational Bass Tournament on Lake of the Ozarks.

BARBARA PRAUS
BEAVER DAM, WIS.
Barbara, 11, a swimmer on the Fond du Lac youth team, set two girls' national 10-and-under age-group breaststroke records with clockings of 33.36 in the 50 yards and 1:13.94 in the 100 at the Wisconsin Junior Olympic meet in Browndeer.

PHIL STEPHENSON
GUTHRIE, OKLA.
Stephenson, a junior first baseman and .456 batter at Wichita State, hit safely in his 46th consecutive game, a 5-3 defeat of Oklahoma City University, to surpass the NCAA record of 45 set in 1971 by Arizona State's Roger Schmuck.

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