Dennis Gideon, 19, a left-handed pitcher for Chaffey (Calif.) College, who has been sidelined for most of the 1967 season with a broken thumb, struck out 22 baiters in pitching a 6-0 no-hitter (his third in the last three years) against Golden West College.
Adrienne Wibbeller, 18, a Cincinnati figure skater who entered the state indoor speed skating championships "just for a lark," made it something more by breaking the mile and 880-yard marks and leading off the record-breaking 880-yard relay team.
Joseph Lincoln, 44, Arizona Wildlife Sportsman publisher, who has earned the Diamond Badge for soaring excellence, sailed from Prescott, Ariz. to Tucumcari, N. Mex. (about 501 miles) with his son Bruce, 12, and broke the U.S. Multiplace distance record of 409.84.
Van Rockefeller, a Huntington (Ind.) High School senior, guided his team to its eighth National Men's YMCA Swimming Championship, in St. Louis, when he won the 100-yard butterfly and set a meet record in the 200-yard butterfly with a clocking of 1:58.7.
May 21, 1967
Doug Mayeaux, an eighth-grader at Saint Thomas More School in Baton Rouge, starred at a Catholic School Athletic League track meet as he led off the record-breaking 440-yard relay team, tied the pole-vault meet mark and set new broad-jump and high-jump records.
Cindy Lamparter, a 13-year-old equestrian from Mechanicsburg, Pa., became only the second rider in the 36-year history of the Harrisburg (Pa.) Horse Show to sweep all events—the grand hunter, the junior working hunter and the second year green hunter.