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Ed, Don, Larry and Henry Modicue, brothers of West Monroe, La., won state Golden Gloves championships. Ed (at upper left), 20, who has a 63-5 record, took the 147-pound class; Don (upper right), 18, whose record is 54-7, won the 139-pound division; Larry (lower left), 17, who has a 40-6 record, was the 156-pound titlist; and Henry, 16, with a 37-4 record, won the 139-pound novice class. Through their efforts the West Monroe Boxing Club won the team trophy and its coach, Buck McDuffie, was named Coach of the Year for the second straight time.

Liz Hobbs, 14, of Normal, Ill., broke two national YMCA age-group swimming records in the state YMCA meet. She swam the 50-yard freestyle in 23.8, which is .82 second faster than the senior women's YMCA record, and the 100-yard freestyle in 53.2.

Jack Nagle coached his Whitefish Bay (Wis.) High team to the first state girls' basketball tournament. In 1967 he took the Whitefish Bay boys to the state tournament and, at Marquette, coached the Warriors to the 1955 NCAA Mideast finals and the 1956 NIT.