Harry W. (Skip) Cutting III, who pedaled the 4,000-meter individual pursuit event for the U.S. Olympic team in Tokyo (he placed 16th in a 24-man field), won the 25-mile road race at the Western Intercollegiate Cycling Meet in Riverside, Calif., in 1:07:03.5.
Jackie Kelly, the only girl member of the Harry S. Truman High School tennis team in Independence, Mo., won the Suburban Conference singles title by defeating John Meyers of Chrisman High 8-6, 6-4. Miss Kelly dominated the play with an aggressive net game.
Jamie McGregor, a premed student and a lock on the Dartmouth Rugby team, scored two tries (six points) as the Indians swamped previously undefeated Yale 19-0 in the Hartford Cup Match in Farmington, Conn. The Cup victory was Dartmouth's first in four years.
Pokey Watson, 14, of the Santa Clara (Calif.) Swim Club, already an Olympic gold medal winner, recently broke four national age-group swimming records—the 50- and 200-meter freestyle, the 200-meter backstroke and 200-meter individual medley-in one weekend.
May 23, 1965
Don Shy of Mount San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif. won three events (setting meet marks in the 120-yard high hurdles and the broad jump), took two seconds, a sixth, and ran a leg on a third-place relay team for 48½ points at a conference track meet.
Tommy Jones, a switch-hitting senior outfielder for Georgia Southern College in Statesboro, Ga., recently ended an 11-game streak in which he had 22 hits (five were for extra bases) in 36 at bats for a .611 average. It raised his season batting average to .340.