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June 28, 1982
BOB SQUIRESWATERLOO, IND.Bob, a junior shortstop-catcher at DeKalb High, hit home runs in six consecutive at bats, breaking the U.S. high school record of four held by three players. One of them was J.R. Richard, in...
March 29, 1982 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Tommy Mulroy, trying out for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers after having played for the Miami Toros, Cleveland Cobras, New York Eagles, Pittsburgh Spirit and Hartford Hellions: "I've had more clubs than Arnold Palmer."
January 25, 1982
HARRY BONNERDALY CITY, CALIF.Bonner, 55. a school maintenance supervisor and a nine-handicap golfer, has shot 54 holes in one. He got his first ace in July 1969, on the Rohnert Park (Calif.) Municipal Golf Course,...
September 21, 1981 | Compiled by Alexander Wolff
BOXING—CLAUDE NOEL won the vacant WBA lightweight title with a 15-round unanimous decision over Rodolfo (El Gato) Gonzalez in Atlantic City, N.J.
August 17, 1981
RHETT BUTLERHOLLIS, OKLA.Rhett, a 9-year-old pitcher on the Hollis "A" Pee Wee team in the Short Grass League, pitched a perfect game, and struck out 11 batters, in a 10-0 victory over Blair at a tournament in...