Dec. 13, 1965
Dec. 13, 1965

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Dec. 13, 1965

Heady Win
  • In the national soccer championships last week St. Louis would have been proud whichever school won. Both teams in the final were loaded with players developed in the city's Catholic youth leagues

Cooty's Turnabout
Lance Alworth
Connie's Club
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Bert Life, 56, athletic director at the Toronto YMHA who last won a walking race in 1928 when he was Canadian junior champion, was the handicap winner of the 55th annual 10½-mile Brooklyn Bridge to Coney Island walk, with a total time of 1:56.44.

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Andre Gorzynski of Rochester, N.Y. led the Monroe Community College soccer team to an undefeated season and its first National Junior College Soccer Championship while maintaining his two-year average of one goal and one assist per game.

Harold Eis, a Topeka, Kans. auto-parts dealer, beat more than 100 U.S. and Canadian drivers to win the Lake Havasu City (Ariz.) World Outboard Championship for unlimited hydros and catamarans, a six-hour endurance race in which he drove 335 miles at 55.8 mph.

Nicholas Von Baillou of New York, a former Yale oarsman, rowed into a 15-mph headwind and through rough water to win the 2,000-meter junior singles sculling championship of the New York Athletic Club at Orchard Beach Lagoon by 15 lengths.

Joe Emmi, a 170-pound senior newcomer to the first string at Ridley Township High in Folsom, Pa., not only quarterbacked his team to a 10-0 season, but also set state and national prep records for touchdown passes (34) and total yards gained (2,454).

Lorne Main, a former Canadian Davis Cup player from Toronto, teamed with John Foy, also of Toronto, to win the Buffalo (N.Y.) Tennis and Squash Club's squash-racquets doubles championship over a New York City pair 7-15, 8-15, 15-10, 15-10, 15-11.