July 06, 1964
July 06, 1964

Table of Contents
July 6, 1964

Bonus Baby
Younger And Faster
Alvin Dark
Tokyo Travel Facts
  • By Tom C. Brody

    At first it seemed that no boat in the U.S. could catch up to Harvard. Then California's sturdy oarsmen rowed out of the West looking every bit as good. Now suddenly there are four crews of Olympic caliber

Low's High Life
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Jackie Evans, 14, Of Topeka, Kans., who started playing golf 2½ years ago on Guam where her father was stationed with the Air Force, defeated 21-year-old Joan Ashley 3 and 2 in Salina to become the youngest ever to win the Kansas Women's Amateur title.

This is an article from the July 6, 1964 issue Original Layout

John Fonagy Jr., 20, of Amherst, N.Y., a bowler since he was 8, rolled a 759 three-game series for the singles title in the New York State Bowling Association tournament in Elmira, N.Y. and went on to win the all-events championship with 2,053 for nine games.

Linda Bradshaw, 17, the eldest of six children and a member of the Oakland (Calif.) Oakettes track club, clipped 1/10 second off the national girls' record when she sprinted 100 yards in 10.8 at the California women's track and field championships in Walnut.

Bernie Wrightson, a student at Arizona Stale University who dives for the Dick Smith Swim Gym in Phoenix, won both the national junior one-meter springboard and the Arizona Invitational open platform championships in the same meet at Mesa, Ariz.

Barbara Cooper Clack of Cypress Gardens, Fla., 1963's overall women's national water-skiing champion, became the first woman to jump 100 feet on skis, bettering her own previous record of 96 feet, at the Florida State Open tournament in Winter Park.

Gene Ryzewicz, who enrolls at Dartmouth this fall, will be missed at Cathedral High in Springfield, Mass. The four-year honor student scored 1,606 points in varsity basketball (a city record), was his school's star halfback and batted .603 this spring.