Pat Koren, the daughter of a Rapid City, S. Dak. doctor, who has been riding horses on her father's ranch since she was 3 and has won dozens of trophies in cutting-horse, trick riding and barrel-racing competitions, was elected Miss Rodeo America in Las Vegas.
Johnny Ray Evans, 10, of Hollywood, Fla., a 4-foot-7, 87-pound fifth-grader who took up judo two years ago, won nine bouts—eight of them by clean throws—to finish first over 53 boys in his division at the National Junior Judo Tournament in Miami Beach.
Billy Ammons, 17, the captain and quarterback of the Camden (S.C.) High team, scored 13 touchdowns (four on punt returns of more than 50 yards) and passed for 10 more TDs in 11 games, as his school completed an unbeaten, untied and unscored-on season.
Ann Ewing, the wife of a newspaper publisher and the mother of six who also owns and manages a print shop in Pinehurst, N.C., shattered 92 out of 100 targets to take the Annie Oakley Handicap Trap-shooting Championship for women, in her home town.
November 23, 1964
Carl Trubee of Roswell, N. Mex., who owns an automobile accessories firm, hooked a 38‚Öù-inch German brown trout, the longest trout ever caught in New Mexico, in the Chama River near El Vado Dam. It took him one hour to land the 18-pound 7-ounce fish.
Dave Walters, a senior business administration major at Bucknell, upset the Navy Midshipmen to win the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Sailing Association Monotype title at Annapolis. Navy placed second, third and fourth in the seven-race final series.