Oct. 03, 1966
Oct. 03, 1966

Table of Contents
Oct. 3, 1966

Tonto Coleman
New Irish Ara
The New Rams
Poison Pen
Motor Sports
Mountain Man
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Scott Mayes, a Lexington, Ky. 6-year-old, went undefeated in six races in his first year of competitive swimming as he finished the season with a record-breaking 16-second win in the 25-yard boys' freestyle for 6-year-olds and under at an invitational meet in his home town.

This is an article from the Oct. 3, 1966 issue Original Layout

Lindsey Hammonds, 25, of Palmer Park, Md., who has been bowling for nine years, tied the world duckpin 30-game record when he rolled three strikes in the final box of the last game to score a 4,167 total in an elimination tournament in Washington.

Marcia Smoke, an Oklahoma City girl who won a bronze medal in kayaking at the 1964 Olympics, took the 500-meter title at the North American Canoe Championships in Culver, Ind., then teamed with her sister to win the 500-meter two-woman race.

Dan Daniel, 36, a U.S. deputy clerk in Kansas City, Mo., who has been drag racing for 10 years, had car trouble at the American Hot Rod Assn. meet in Smithfield, Texas but took home a trophy anyhow—the title for the best-looking car and crew.

Art Wald, 47, president of a Los Angeles food products company, sailed his Sirius to three straight firsts in the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club's annual race for 10-meter sloops and became the first skipper ever to win the cup two consecutive years.

Jim Stametz, a senior at Liberty High in Bethlehem, Pa., who has won 70 trophies in 2½ years of archery, added the Pennsylvania Archery Association's freestyle title to the Middle Atlantic and National Field Archery Assn. awards he took earlier this year.