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Ann Turbyne, 18, of Winslow, Maine, broke a women's world weight-lifting record in the 165-pound class, hoisting 410 pounds from a dead lift at the Eastern America Championships. She also has set a national girls' high school shotput record of 52'6½".

Joan Moser, 28, a phys ed teacher from Glenside, Pa., was centerfielder for the Raybestos Brakettes, which won the women's fast-pitch title at Salt Lake City. She was also on the 10th-place U.S. team in the first women's world field hockey championships.

Johnny Roberts, 17, of Newark, N.J., holds four tumbling titles; state YMCA, state AAU, regional AAU and Eastern national, scoring the highest number of points in AAU history for junior and senior men. He also won at the U.S.-South Africa meet.

Roy Cooper, a junior at Southeast Oklahoma State, was named All-Around Cowboy by the American Junior Rodeo Association. He also became the third in his family to win a national collegiate calf-roping title, following his father (1949) and sister (1972).

Bob Hightower, 17, and Joel Milligan, 17, seniors at Baker-Victory High School in Lackawanna, N.Y., rushed for more than 100 yards apiece in each of this season's first three football games. Baker-Victory (3-0) leads the Smith Division of the Msgr. Martin Catholic Association. Hightower (6'2", 190 pounds) rushed for 404 yards in 43 carries and scored six times. A safety on defense, he has made 34 tackles. Milligan (6', 190 pounds) racked up 384 yards in 40 carries and made 45 tackles as a middle linebacker. They scored 64 of the team's 84 points.