Feb. 21, 1972
Feb. 21, 1972

Table of Contents
Feb. 21, 1972

Sapporo Go-Go
Two To Watch
You Catch It
Track & Field
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Todd Lugar, a fourth-grader at Spring Mill Elementary in Indianapolis, is ranked Indiana's No. 1 (10 and under) and No. 3 (12 and under) tennis player. Todd was leading scorer on his football team and was named a league all-star in basketball and baseball.

This is an article from the Feb. 21, 1972 issue Original Layout

Yvon Duhamel, 32, of Valcourt, Quebec, won the St. Paul Winter Carnival "500" International Snowmobile Marathon from Winnepeg to St. Paul. He covered the 550-mile-plus (four daily legs) cross-country course in 13 hours, 25 minutes and 57 seconds.

Diana Timberlake, of Alexandria, Va., and three other members of the all-women's East Tennessee State rifle team set 15 national records, including a 4,563 x 4,800 women's full-course mark, in defeating the all-male Marine team in a meet at Quantico, Va.

Dianne Campbell, a 5'6" senior forward on the Claude (Texas) High girls' basketball team, the defending state Class A champions, tossed in 100 points in a 106-19 romp over Clarendon High. It was Dianne's sixth time over 40 points this season.

Walter Luckett, a 6'5" senior guard for Kolbe High in Bridgeport, Conn. who is averaging 42 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists a game, is the second-highest scorer in New England schoolboy history. His high for a game this season was 53 points.

Steve Fehr, a junior at Cincinnati's Oak Hills High, who carries a 202 bowling average, rolled a 218-278-278-774 three-game series in a Senior Boys League match. Steve has been bowling only four years but threw a 290 game in league play earlier in the season.