July 27, 1964
July 27, 1964

Table of Contents
July 27, 1964

George Levy
Part I: The Monsters And Me
Baseball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Jake Warde, 10, an all-round left-handed athlete from Denver who concentrates on tennis between the baseball and football seasons, did not lose a set as he swept the titles for 10-, 12-and 14-year-olds at the Colorado Jaycee Junior Tennis Championships.

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Claud Mullen of Frankfort, Ind., who at 85 years of age is the oldest active harness racing driver in the U.S. (he has been in a sulky since 1909), won two races in as many weeks at Audubon Raceway near Henderson, Ky. with his 9-year-old trotter, Erla Wayne.

Sarah Devine, 7, whose father Dan is the University of Missouri's football coach, set two city records in her age group at a Columbia, Mo. track meet when she dashed 50 yards in 8.8 and flung a soft-ball 43 feet 3 inches. She also won the standing broad jump.

Mark Chun, 12, the son of a Honolulu dentist and a swimmer for just two years, was named the outstanding competitor at the Hawaiian Age Group AAU Outdoor Swimming Championships with five firsts and two second places in his age group (11-12 years).

Patti Shook, 21, the daughter of a golf pro in Saginaw, Mich. and a senior at Valparaiso (Ind.) University, edged Joyce Kasmierski of Michigan State 2 and 1 in the 36-hole final to win the Women's NCAA Golf Championship in East Lansing, Mich.

Lieut. Roland Wommack Of the U.S. Navy, who was the NCAA épée fencing champion in 1958 and 1959, beat French Champion Jacques Brodin in the finals to become the first American to win the International Epée Competition in Cannes, France.