Candy Michaeloff, a Minneapolis golfer who took both the 1967 state women's junior and publinks titles for the second straight time, added the Western Junior trophy to her wins this year by beating tourney medalist Marsha Houghton at the finals in Lake Forest, Ill.
Edwin L. Teague, a staff sergeant at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, edged civilian shooter Roy Watson by a mere six points to become the first Air Force marksman to win the individual pistol trophy in the national matches at Camp Perry, Ohio.
Ardelle Mills, a 37-year-old housewife from Minnetonka, Minn., gained her first National Archery Association victory when she outpointed Vicki Cook, the 1963 and 1965 tournament winner. 3,769-3,753, at the national championships in Greene, N.Y.
Mark P. Hessel-Schwerdt, 17, of Grand Rapids, sailed to the U.S. Junior Snipe Championship for the second consecutive time when, with his brother Bill as crewman, he finished 4-1-3-2-2 in the two-day competition at Fort Gibson Lake in Oklahoma.
August 27, 1967
Linda Blanck, 13, a member of the Columbia (S.C.) Swim Club, earned gold medals in the 10 events that she entered at the South Carolina Swimming and Diving meet, in Columbia, by taking firsts in six individual races and anchoring four winning relay teams.
Dan Kuchcinski, 18, a left-hander from Erie, Pa., became the youngest modern-day World Horseshoe Champion when he took 35 of 36 games, including a 50-32 victory over last year's winner, Curt Day, in the title showdown at the 11-day tournament in Fargo, N. Dak.