William Elliott, 10, a 4-foot-9, 70-pound son of a Scarborough, Me. metal worker, killed a 200-pound, six-point buck with a .410 shotgun while hunting with his father near Casco, Me. "The kids at school still don't believe he did it," says his mother.
Frank Kabdebo, 17, the Hungarian-born junior co-captain and center forward on the Rye Neck High soccer team in Mamaroneck, N.Y., scored 34 goals in 13 games this season to boost his varsity career total to 84—a national interscholastic record.
David Teal, a senior quarterback for the James Island (S.C.) High School, completed 108 of 170 passes (including 21 for touchdowns) for 1,530 yards in leading his team to nine victories in 10 games (the loss was to State Champion Summerville).
Warner Willcox of Miami skippered his new 32-foot fiber-glass sloop Stardust to first place overall in the 83-mile Fort Lauderdale-Grand Bahama ocean race. In winning Class B, as well, Stardust defeated the yawl Paper Tiger, the 1961 SORC champion.
November 30, 1964
Joe Lynch, 20, a senior majoring in history at Georgetown University, shattered the meet and course records as he won the five-mile IC4A cross-country championship in 24:41.8 at Van Cortlandt Park in The Bronx, and led Georgetown to its first IC4A team title.
Robin Yenco, 19, of Lisbon Falls, Me., who took up weight lifting just two years ago, set state records at the Maine Open in the 165-pound class press (232) and clean and jerk (283), only to be beaten overall by a 32-year-old Bostonian, Nathan Harris.