Terri Ensign, 12, a 70-pound sixth-grader in Everett, Wash., caught a 60-pound 8-ounce king salmon off Hope Island with a spoon lure on a 25-pound-test line. Her father helped land the fish—the largest hooked in Puget Sound this season.
William Haley Clark of Miami, Texas, who grew up on a cattle ranch and now drives bulldozers for his father's heavy-equipment firm, let loose with the loudest and clearest yell to win the World's Championship Cow-calling Contest in his home town.
Denise Paschal, 15, of San Francisco, a B-plus student at Lowell High and a member of the Laurel Track Club, lowered by .1 second the American women's 50-meter-hurdles mark with a 7.7 victory at the National AAU Junior Championships in Kalispell, Mont.
Chuck Bartholomew of Minneapolis, whose father was an amateur boxer and whose mother was a professional figure skater, scored 4,710 points in fencing, riding, swimming, shooting and running to win the National Junior Modern Pentathlon in San Antonio.
July 19, 1964
Connie Capozzi of Middletown, Ohio, who won the USLTA national 12-and-under girls' singles title twice before turning 13 in May, defeated Mimi Raney of Little Rock, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1, for the Southern Girls' 14-and-under championship in Chattanooga.
Lanny Wadkins, 14, the son of a Richmond, Va. golf pro and a golfer himself for five years, shot 147 for 36 holes to edge Mike Estridge of Mulberry, Fla. by one stroke for his second straight National Pee Wee Championship on the Rio Pinar course near Orlando, Fla.