The 1955 collegiate tennis champion, José (Pepe) Aguero, 22, makes his home in Rio de Janeiro (he plays on Brazil's Davis Cup team) and attends college at Tulane. Pepe, who was taught tennis by his father (now a pro in Rio), beat the University of Washington's Bill Quillian for the NCAA title. Too small (5 feet 7 inches, 135 pounds) for a power game, he retrieves strongly, forces opponents into errors.

The 1955 collegiate golf champion, Joe Campbell, 19, of Anderson, Ind., comes from a golfing family. His mother, father, brother and paternal grandparents all play. Joe learned when he was 8. Now a sophomore at Purdue, he has not lost a match in a year, currently holds the Indiana Amateur Junior and Public Links titles. Joe whipped Johnny Garrett of Rice, 3 and 2, to win the NCAA crown at Knoxville, Tenn.