Eric Kagna ofVancouver, B.C., 12-year-old son of bowling-alley owner, who took up five-pinsat age 8, led his seventh-grade Strikers to victory by rolling 10 straightstrikes for perfect 480 (206 points above his average) and a three-game totalof 950.
CharlesBrownmiller, Lafayette '17, sales manager of the Treadwell Engineering Co.,Easton, Pa., attended his 50th consecutive Lafayette-Lehigh game, receivedspecial alumni award, covered contest for 20th year for school's FootballNewsletter.
Barbara Rotvig,women's physical education instructor at U. of Michigan and pro at its golfcourse, was given LPGA's Teaching Professional of Year award for her work atMichigan and services to 1960 National Golf School, which she directed.
Willie O'Ree,swift skater from Frederic-ton, N.B. who two years ago appeared briefly asNHL's first Negro, showed newfound scoring ability at Hull-Ottawa of EasternLeague, was recalled by Boston Bruins to play left wing on third line.
November 28, 1960
Howard Dyer,senior quarterback at VMI, passed for only 29 yards (three completions in sixattempts) against The Citadel but lifted his total offense to 1,359 yards toset Southern Conference record, lead team to third conference title in fouryears.
Bart Markel,Flint, Mich. automobile factory worker and former national motorcycle champion,tumbled from his cycle three times, recovered to finish sixth, set single-lap(two miles) course record of 1:51.83 in 100-mile race at Shreveport, La.