Mike Annison, a June graduate of Williams College and the nation's second leading lacrosse goal scorer with a total of 45 for the season, scored a record nine goals during the annual All-Star game in Syracuse, N.Y. to boost the North to a 15-10 victory over the South.
This is an article from the June 28, 1965 issue
Ron Wallingford, 32, a professor and track, coach at McMaster (Ont.) College running in only his seventh marathon, won the AAU national title in Holyoke, Mass. with a time of 2:22.29. Wallingford finished 3.02 minutes ahead of runner-up John Kelley.
Clyde Wright, a left-handed pitcher (10-0 season, 33-3 career) and a right-handed out-fielder (.445, 14 HRs) for Carson-Newman (Tenn.) College, struck out 37 in two games to lead his team to the NAIA title in St. Joseph, Mo. He then was drafted by the Angels.
Donald Raby, a 35-year-old marina operator from Lansing, Mich., in his first try at the 131-mile Hudson River Marathon, won the event in a 17-foot Dorsett, finishing five miles ahead of the pack. "It was like roller-skating down a railroad track," he said later.
June Douglas, 30, a Palm Beach stock broker, averaged over 150 mph to win the 1,468-mile women's international New Jersey-to-Nassau air race. Miss Douglas closed the vents on her Piper Cherokee to reduce wind drag, and shed five pounds in the steamy cabin.
Jerry Smith, a freshman at Odessa (Texas) Junior College, sank a 15-foot putt on the first extra hole of the 72-hole National Junior College Golf Championship in Grand Rapids, Mich. to gain the medalist title. He also helped Odessa win its sixth team title in seven years.