Charlene Rowe, a 4'6" 11-year-old from Charlotte, N.C. who catches and pitches for the unbeaten Junior Hornets—an otherwise all-boy team she organized herself—walked five times in her first game and went 3 for 4 as the Hornets beat Dilworth 7-0.
Willie Maynard, a University of Maine junior who is ranked sixth in intercollegiate billiards, watched former world champion trick-shot artist Norm Webber in an exhibition match in Waterville, Me., then he beat Webber in a 100-point game, winning 100-67.
Richie Davis, the leading scorer on Upsala College's football team for the past three years and this season's captain of the track team, won 17 individual events of the 18 that he entered (plus two relays) in three triangular meets, setting two meet records along the way.
Mary McGee, 57, a phys ed teacher at Mount Carmel High in Auburn, N.Y. for the past 12 years, coached her 12-girl cheerleading squads to varsity and junior-varsity trophies at the invitational cheerleaders tournament in Rochester for the fifth straight time.
Steve Mayhew, Purdue's No. 3 golfer whose sister Claudia, 17, was the 1966 USGA junior girls champion, shot a 72-hole total of 298 to take the Big Ten title in Ann Arbor, Mich. Said Mayhew after his victory, "It never really bothered me being known as Claudia's brother."
Carol Hunter, a Bethany College freshman, led her school's tennis team to a first-place tie with Washington and Jefferson in the PAC championships when, as the first woman entry ever, she took the No. 2 singles and teamed with her brother for the No. 1 doubles.