Mary Ann Callies, a Gig Harbor, Wash. housewife and angler, landed the largest halibut caught by a woman at Agate and Crescent beaches, a 133-pounder. For the previous five years her big fish of 164, 150, 133, 144 and 141 pounds led both men and women.
Arthur Harpold, 10, a pitcher and outfielder for the Optimist International Minor League Red Wings in Frederick, Md., is batting .738 this season on 31 hits in 42 at bats. He has scored 26 runs, driven in 25 and has nine doubles and four triples.
Kurt Kammerer, 12, of Newville, Pa. was a triple winner for the Big Spring Swim Club in the 50-yard free (30.8), backstroke (40.6) and breaststroke (42.5) at a morning meet. That afternoon he pitched a no-hitter for his Little League team and hit a home run.
Rick Slager, a junior at Upper Arlington (Ohio) High, won the Class AAA tennis singles championship after posting a 26-1 record in dual meets. Last fall he quarterbacked the school football team to a 10-0 season and the state Class AAA championship.
Mark Feig, a recent graduate of South Eugene (Ore.) High, ran the mile faster than any high-schooler this season with a 4:05.1 clocking at an all-comers meet at the University of Oregon. For the past two years Feig has been the state prep champion in the mile and 880.
Mary Montgomery, 14, entered six events at an AAU Seniors swim meet at High Point, N.C. and won them all, setting meet records in the 100- (1:01.7), 200-(2:10.6) and 400-meter freestyle (4:37.1), and in the 200- (2:31.8) and 400-meter individual medley (5:20.3).