Pauley, 48, a 5 ft. 4 in. 100-pounder, caught a 301-pound
broadbill swordfish in the waters off Nantucket Island, Mass. Pauley,
who has fished for 15 years, used an 80-pound-test line to land the
fish after a battle of 1 hour, 32 minutes.
David, a 12-year-old second baseman and pitcher, batted .900 with
6 homers and 15 RBIs to lead Staunton to its second Babe Ruth
Bambino state title in three years. He had a 2.900 slugging average
in four tournament games.
Shanoa, 12, of the L.A. Jets Track and Field Club, set a TAC
national record for Midget Girls (ages 11-12) in the 400 meters with
a time of 57 seconds at a meet in Eugene, Ore. She anchored the
winning 4 X 100 and 4 X 400 teams, also.
Fuller, a junior at the University of Florida, swept the
one-meter, three- meter and platform diving events at the Canadian
championships in Calgary. At the Commonwealth Games, she won gold in
the three-meter and platform events.
Pettengill, 23, had a 0.15 ERA and a 17-3 record to lead her
Muddy's Too softball team to a first-place finish in the Troy WINS
League. She pitched 12 shutouts and allowed only three earned runs
during the season.
Bassham, 57, a righthanded pitcher for Robertson Homes, a
softball team in the Major Division, defeated Brannon Tire 4-3 for
the 800th victory of his 34-year career. He has pitched 36
no-hitters, including 16 perfect games.
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- By Jeremiah Tax of dirt-poor Alabama sharecroppers, he was christened James Cleveland Owens and known as J.C. until, when he was nine, his family moved to Cleveland. There, on his first day at school, he was asked his name and respondedJ.C.in a thick drawl unfamiliar to his teacher, who put him down as Jesse. It stuck.When Owens attended Ohio State in the early '30s he
- By Franz Lidz
FACES IN THE CROWD
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