Lynn Haines, 16-year-old green-eyed blonde from Dallas, won city's open tennis championship for girls 18-and-under (for second straight year), went on to capture women's senior title, set sights on Nationals this summer and Wimbledon in 1961.
This is an article from the June 20, 1960 issue
Harry Sindle, industrial engineer from Little Falls, N.J., earned right to represent U.S. in the Flying Dutchman class sailing races at Olympics this summer when he won three firsts, two seconds, one third in seven-race series at Clearwater, Fla.
Margaret Elam of Pecos, Texas, mother of seven, took up archery with her husband three years ago and soon surpassed him by winning first contest she entered, captured women's title in Texas field archery championship at Austin for second year.
Michael Hiltner, 19, of Half Moon Bay, Calif. pedaled his way to hairbreadth, bike-length victory in the 50-mile Tour of Somerville cycling race at Somerville, N.J., broke the 1935 record and set an unofficial American mark of two hours 30.7 seconds.
Nate Adams, pride of Cleveland's Glenville High School track team, which won state championship, ran 220-yard dash in 21.5 to break city record set by Olympian Jesse Owens in 1933. Adams also equaled Owens' 100-yard mark with time of 9.7.
Dick Stockton, 9-year-old towhead from Garden City, N.Y., scored a grand slam in Metropolitan junior boys tennis tournament at Pittsburgh, first took the 11-year-old title, followed with the under-13 title and ended by winning the under-15 title.