Beardsley, a 27-year-old teaching pro at Tuckaway Country Club, used a four-iron on every shot while shooting a four-over-par 76 to win the First One Club Tournament over 122 other golfers on the 6,464-yard Olympia Resort course.
This is an article from the Dec. 6, 1982 issue
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
Leach, 25, a substitute teacher, won the women's title in the 1982 Iron-man Triathlon World Championship in Hawaii, swimming 2.4 miles in the Pacific, cycling 112 miles and running a marathon in the combined time of 10:54:08.
Patterson, a two-time Little All-America tailback at New York City's Wagner College, gained 1,470 yards on 283 carries during the Seahawks' 8-1-1 season. A senior, he ranks third on the NCAA active career rushing list with 4,337 yards.
Adair became—at 14 years, six months, four days—the youngest female to attain Life Master rank in American Contract Bridge League history, surpassing by five months the record set in 1976 by Regina Barnes of Modesto, Calif.
Paul and Evan, both 8, scored 64% of the Old Town Cleats' goals over the past three years—and six soccer seasons—while leading the Cleats to 45 straight wins in the Hummer and Buzzer divisions for 6-to-8-year-olds in the Alexandria Soccer Association. While the Cleats were outscoring opponents 197-11, Paul, a center-halfback on offense, had 66 goals while Evan, a striker on offense, added 60. They attained these totals despite playing, on the average, half of each game on defense.