March 06, 1972
March 06, 1972

Table of Contents
March 6, 1972

Tom Swift
Big Bill
A Long Way
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Bret Janssen, 14, of Cupertino, Calif., won only one varsity wrestling match for Hyde Junior High, but qualified for the Santa Clara County finals and took the 105-pound title. Though only 5'5" he also threw 17 TD passes for the school's undefeated football team.

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Roy Kissin, a freshman at San Ramon Valley High in Danville, Calif., set two world records for 14-year-olds when he ran six miles in an AAU race in 33:33.2, lowering the old mark by 37.8 seconds, and 10,000 meters in 34:43.0, breaking the former record by 33.2.

Judy Taylor of Indianapolis, whose average is 167, became the first bowler in the 53-year history of the women's city tournament to win five titles: the singles and all-events, both regular and handicap, and a share of the handicap doubles.

Henrik Schroeder, a senior center forward on the Miami Military Academy soccer team who broke a school record with 36 goals while leading the academy to a 16-1-1 mark and the Florida state championship in 1971, booted 42 goals in his first 14 games this season.

Charlie Norelli, a junior at Emmaus (Pa.) High, broke two school records when he swam the 100-yard freestyle in 47.8 and the 200 in 1:49.2. He was the state champion in the 50-yard freestyle as a freshman and, as a track man, has run the 880 in 1:55.6.

John Campbell, a sophomore on the Good Counsel High jayvee basketball team in Wheaton, Md., who is averaging 18 points a game, sank 51 consecutive foul shots over a six-game period (the pro record is 57). Overall, he has made 89% of his free throws.