Ruck Davids, a 48-year-old Baltimore office manager, broke the city's Professional Bowling (duckpins) League three-game record on the final night of the season when he rolled 176, 148 and 179 for a 503 set. His last game included a rare tripleheader.
Arthur H. Simonsen, 51, retired as a sergeant in the Criminal Investigation Division of the Baltimore City Police Department after 24 years' service in which he won 87 medals, 37 trophies and 24 plaques for his sharp-shooting prowess in pistol competition.
Sue Mitchell, a Clearwater (Fla.) high school junior, sailed a borrowed 470 class sloop to 6-2-1 finishes in the Clyde Trophy Invitational Regatta for Juniors to become the first girl winner of the 10-year-old event held in St. Petersburg Y.C. waters.
Laurel Miller, a 5-foot, 94-pound senior at Shoreline High in Seattle, set state records in winning the 880 in 2:23.4 and the mile in 5:15.7 at the Washington Girls' Track & Field Championships. She also ran on the record-setting mile-relay team (4:17).
June 25, 1972
Alphonse Juilland, 49, a French professor at Stanford, set three world age-group records within 10 days in the 100-yard dash (10.7), 220 (24.6) and 440 (56.3). He has since lowered his 100-yard-dash mark to 10.6 and has run 200 meters in a record-setting 23.6.
Jim Bergeson, who didn't make the squad for the trip south during spring vacation, led the University of Minnesota to its first Big Ten golf title since 1963 as he won the conference's individual championship with rounds of 77, 70, 68 and 66 over the par-71 U. of M. course.