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.
February 24, 1964
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.