FACES IN THE CROWD

February 24, 1964

Diane Rueber, a Tujunga (Calif.) housewife and mother who in four years of bowling with her husband in the Lutheran Mixed League had an unimpressive 131 average, rolled a 300 game to tie as the lowest-average league bowler ever to record a perfect score.

Ted Fontelieu, a sales executive from Westport, Conn., won the Thistle class winter sailing championships in St. Petersburg, Fla. without finishing first in a single race (his 2-3-6-3-7 record for the five-race series earned him the highest point total in the 41-boat fleet).

Chip Hayes of Ann Arbor, Mich., center on the Dartmouth College hockey team, scored three goals in each of two successive victories—8-0 over Middlebury and 7-1 over Defending Ivy League Champion Harvard—to put his team on top of the league standings.

Bob Lamb, 31, a Fayetteville (Ga.) bird dog trainer and handler, watched his prize pupil The Untouchable, a 4-year-old pointer dog owned by P.B. Blanchard, take the all-age title in the Continental Championship field trials over 72 other dogs in Quitman, Ga.

Phil Argento, a 6-foot senior guard on Cleveland's West High basketball team, personally scored the same number of points as the entire opposing team in a 102-66 defeat of Cleveland's South High. He made 26 field goals and 14 free throws for his 66-point total.

Milt Street, 50, a New Hampshire legislature assistant clerk who has competed in squash racquets tournaments since college but never won a U.S. national title, teamed with Paul Ouimet of Montreal to take the U.S. Senior Doubles Championships in New York.

SIX PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)