March 01, 1971
March 01, 1971

Table of Contents
March 1, 1971

Fastest Man
The Ax
Golden Flower
College Basketball
Horse Racing
The Diplomat
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Leo Lynett, 12, scored three of his team's four goals in the decisive game and half of its three-game total to lead Amherst, N.Y. to victory in the Tobacco Town Peewee Hockey tournament at Delhi, Ontario. The win was the first ever for a U.S. team.

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Trena Stegall, 10, of Smithville, Texas set national age-group records in three races at the 1970 American Roller Skating Championships in Lincoln, Neb. Gaining the juvenile "C" title, she skated 110 yards in 13.9, 220 in 26.5 and 330 in 38.7.

Annette Cowart, 12, of Louisville won five individual events and swam on two winning relay teams at the Falls Cities Invitational. Her marks for the 50-yard butterfly (30.2), 100 butterfly (1:06.6) and 200 butterfly (2:33.8) established new state age-group records.

Charles Cleveland, a guard on the Bibb County High basketball team in Centreville, Ala., scored 52 and 50 points on successive nights as his team overpowered Holt High 99-74 and Dallas County 103-89. The 6'5½" senior grabbed 29 rebounds in each game.

Herman Harris, a 6'3" sophomore at Chester (Pa.) High, scored 64 points to set a county mark and lead his team to its 16th straight win. He made 67% of his field-goal attempts, got 30 rebounds and blocked 10 shots as his team defeated Oxford High 116-56.

Jack Decker of Delray Beach, Fla. scored his first hole in one on the 120-yard 2nd hole at Cypress Creek Country Club. On the 155-yard 15th, he scored his second ace of the day. Decker used seven-irons each time, first into the wind, then with it. His 18-hole score:78.