Mrs. John S. Haskell, 50, of Titusville, Pa., the president of the Pennsylvania State Women's Golf Association, shot a 54-hole total of 245 (80-81-84) to win the North and South Women's Senior amateur tournament by two strokes in Pinehurst, N.C.
Jim Houston, 23, Of Omaha, who joined the professional rodeo circuit this year after competing locally for six summers, raised his season's earnings to $21,000 with a second place in the bareback bronc riding event at the Grand National Rodeo in San Francisco.
Mrs. Kerstin Lindblom of Stockholm, Sweden paid her way to the freshwater world series of sport fishing at Bull Shoals, Ark. and defeated 33 finalists for the women's championship with the biggest catch in the fish-off: a two-pound, four-ounce smallmouth bass.
Joe Huston, 48, Who will retire at the end of this season after 17 years as head football coach at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Ore., guided his team—undefeated in 16 games—to a 14-0 win over Willamette for his 100th coaching victory (51 losses, seven tics).
November 16, 1964
Bonnie Farmer, a salesgirl in a Bremerton, Wash. bakery, bowled a three-game series of 708 to become the first woman in 40 years of league competition in Kitsap County to better 700. The mother of three rolled 20 strikes in games of 226, 258 and 224.
Steve Feller, 18, the son of former Cleveland Pitcher Bob and a center halfback on the Rollins College soccer team, made an unassisted save in the final minute to lead his school to a 2-1 upset over Miami. The loss snapped the Hurricanes' 25-game winning streak.