Dec. 21, 1964
Dec. 21, 1964

Table of Contents
Dec. 21, 1964

The Pros
Here Comes Tomorrow
  • Is everybody ready? The far-out and yet-to-be ideas shown on these pages are the stuff Buck Rogers' dreams were made on—yet some are as close as television was 20 years ago. Kids who read Buck then have grown up and are really flying without wings and setting up housekeeping under the sea. The physicists are neck and neck with the fantasists, and by the time today's kindergarten crowd is in college this will be the face of the world around us

Bowl Exposure
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Bill Bybee, an eighth-grader from Long Beach, Calif., bowled a 300 game in a Youth Bowling Association tournament, thereby becoming the youngest person ever to roll a perfect game in league play. He had warmed up with scores of 235, 178, 225 and 174.

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Danny Cornett, 17, a guard on Breckinridge (Ky.) Training School's basketball team, scored 87 points (on 36 field goals and 15 free throws)—the second-highest total ever by a Kentucky prep player—in leading his school to a 111-57 win over Carter High.

David Pietsch, Honolulu businessman and deep-sea angler, topped 34 finalists to win Hawaii's state cribbage singles championship. He defeated Joe Murphy of Honolulu 6-2, then paired with Jack Guard of the Honolulu Pacific Club to win the club doubles title.

Tony Medeiros, 51, of Lowell, Mass., a distance runner for 30 years, changed pace to win New York's 10½-mile City Hall-to-Coney Island Handicap Walk in 1:58.01. In making his heel-and-toe debut he beat the Army's Lieut. Ron Zinn, 25, an Olympic walker.

Tony Lewis, a junior from Dayton's Wilbur Wright High, won All-City honors by averaging seven yards a carry, gaining 1,430 yards and scoring 122 points. He set single-game records of 336 and 376 yards and in the latter game also scored 38 of his team's 48 points.

Roy Miller, a 17-year-old center forward and captain for Eastern Lebanon County (Pa.) High School's outstanding soccer team, ended his four-year prep career with a total of 80 goals scored, having led his team to a record of 54 wins, 8 losses, 3 ties.