Harry Brandt, an aeronautics major at San Jose (Calif.) State, won the Top Male Pilot trophy at the National Intercollegiate Flying Association meet in Durant, Okla. with a first in the navigation contest and a second in precision landings with power on.
Cade Lockwood, in his third year of varsity soccer for Gates-Chili (N.Y.) Central School, scored four goals in each of two consecutive games to lead the three-time sectional champion Spartans to 6-2 wins over Greece-Arcadia and Eastridge High Schools.
Ed Brown, a two handicapper from Dayton, scored an eagle and a hole in one, back to back, in beating out touring pro Curtis Walker for the Greater Cincinnati Club title. He holed a wedge at the par-4 16th, then used a four-iron for the 190-yard 17th.
Dick Barvinchak, quarterback for Chenango Valley High in Hillcrest, N.Y., broke four conference records when he completed 27 passes in 52 attempts for 458 yards and five touchdowns. Somehow Chenango Valley lost the game 60-40 to Owego Free Academy.
October 27, 1969
Bill Schweitzer, a freshman at Murray State University in Murray, Ky., scored 289 of a possible 300 points for individual honors as he led the MSU rifle team to a 1,412 to 1,393 victory over Tennessee Tech. The field included five All-Americas.
Bubby Holmes, 14, a 5'10", 160-pound halfback for Monessen (Pa.) Junior High School, who has been clocked in the 100 at 10.2, scored nine touchdowns, with four more called back, in his first two games of the season. He carried the ball a total of 17 times.