Don Campbell, a 6'2", 190-pound lefthander for Western Montana College, twice pitched doubleheader wins to run his four-ear mark to 23-0. And in 51 innings as starter and reliever, the sinkerball specialist has not given up an earned run and has 84 strikeouts.
Steve Robbins, a senior at Omaha's Benson High, set a Nebraska high-school record with a total of 456 points on 11 dives in he 1970 state swim meet. A three-time winner at the Midwest AAUs, he suffered only one loss in 36 dual meets in high school.
William Bok, 12, led both his Pee Wee Division (age 11-12) and the entire Dayton (Ohio) Amateur Hockey Association in scoring—with 71 goals and 22 assists during the 24-game regular season. He also scored 19 points in 10 All-Star intercity games.
Mike Wilson, 19, a math major who has been surfing four years, won individual honors in the Western Collegiate Surfing Championships and led Long Beach State over UCLA in the team event. The contest was held on the artificial lagoon at Tempe, Ariz.
May 17, 1970
Julie Shea set a U.S. record for boys and girls 10 and under, running the mile in 5:33.5—just .1 short of the world mark. The 10-year-old from Raleigh, N.C. earlier had set a new American record for her age and sex with a 2:35.4 half mile at the Duke-Durham relays.
Tom Masterson, at 19 youngest second-degree black-belt holder in Florida, stretched his undefeated string in the 154-pound division to 103 matches with judo titles in the Eastern Collegiate at Yale and the Southeastern Championships. He also teaches the sport.