TOUCHED WITH FIRE: A KEITH PAULL PROFILE BY CHRIS BYSTROM

Keith Paull of Queensland, as graceful as he was handsome, won the 1968 Australian National Titles, rode “Swell of the Century” Makaha in 1969, and in general was regarded throughout the surf world as the “good Aussie”—as opposed to those louder, more demanding fellows like Nat Young and John Witzig. Everybody liked Keith. By the…