Bill Haubrich of Concord (N.H.) High was his school's leading rusher, scorer and MVP in his first year of football, averaged 25.7 points and 14 rebounds a game in basketball and in his first season of track is the leading scorer on the team through 10 meets.
Linda Jean Wiley, a junior at St. Louis Park (Minn.) High School, won the maximum of four gold medals in the Minnesota AAU synchronized swimming meet. She took firsts in junior division solo, duet and stunts, and was on the No. 1 senior division team.
Roy Buckley, a Columbus, Ohio bowler, set a world record at the PBA regional open in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, wiping out the 10-game record of 2,519 with a score of 2,570, including back-to-back 300 games. His two 300s in 10 games tied a record.
Bob Scalise, a senior lacrosse player at Brown, scored 11 goals in a 19-6 win over Connecticut to break his own school record of nine. He is tied for the most goals scored in an Ivy League game (seven) and led the country in scoring last year with 47 goals.
May 30, 1971
H. H. Sullivan, 81, of Boca Raton, Fla., who took up golf at 76, recently made two holes-in-one within five days at the Sherwood Park Golf Club in Delray Beach. The first came on the 125-yard 15th, the second on the 115-yard 13th—both hit with five-irons.
Norman Cochrane, 15, won the 8-pound shotput at the Twin Falls (Idaho) Invitational eighth-grade meet with a 60'10" toss as his track team completed an undefeated season. Norman was also unbeaten in wrestling, winning all 19 of his bouts.