Steve Schrader, 10, a Coral Gables, Fla. swimmer, clipped 5.2 seconds off the AAU age group 200-yard freestyle mark and won five other events (100-yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 50-yard backstroke, breast-stroke and butterfly) in Jekyll Island, Ga.
Barry DeBolt, a West Point first classman from Carlisle, Pa., pitched his "best game ever" when he struck out eight New York Yankees (including Tom Tresh twice), walked none and allowed only four singles as the Cadets lost a 1-0 exhibition game at West Point.
Mrs. Audrey McElmury, 23, of San Diego, a member of last year's U.S. world championship bicycle team, won a 25-mile time trial in Riverside, Calif. in 1:04:44, bettering the ladies' national record (set in 1962 by Liola Peters in Commack, N.Y.) by 15:67.
Larry Bell, 22, a University of Oregon business administration major and a left-handed bowler, compiled a 592 in the singles and a six-game total of 1,172 in the all-events to take both titles at the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships in Rochester, N.Y.
May 8, 1966
Dave Dunaway, a 6-foot-3, 195-pound Duke junior who was the Blue Devil football team's leading pass receiver in 1965, scored two firsts (100-yard dash and broad jump), two seconds (high jump and 220) and a third (javelin) in a 75½—69½ victory over Clemson.
Ed Archbold, a 17-year-old senior honor student at Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pa., who began playing polo three years ago, scored 54 goals in 15 games this spring to lead his team to an 11-3-1 record, the Academy's ninth winning season in 10 years.