?William McMullen, a football coach at Old Colony High in Rochester, Mass., who had pretended to be former Notre Dame All-America Nick Eddy for more than 20 years. The ruse was discovered when the real Eddy phoned the school.
? Brandi Chastain, who lost her starting job during last week's U.S. Women's Cup because her frantic promotional schedule cut into her practice time. Chastain was a second-half sub in the U.S. team's three games, all victories.
?Basketball Hall of Famer John McLendon. 84, who learned the game from James Naismith at Kansas in the '30s and who, as coach of the ABL's Cleveland Pipers in '62, became the first coach to resign after a run-in with owner George Steinbrenner.
?Ronaldo Da Costa, world-record holder in the marathon, who is relocating from S�o Jo�o Nepomuceno, Brazil, to Boulder, Colo., after three failed attempts to kidnap him in Brazil.
?Loi Chow, 33, a 128-pound jockey who lost a four-round decision to 129-pound landscaper Margaret McGregor, 36, in the first sanctioned bout between a man and a woman. Fight fans chanted, "Margaret! Margaret!"