May 07, 1973
May 07, 1973

Table of Contents
May 7, 1973

Seventh Heaven
Little Big Man
Arms And Men
Design For Sport
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Ben Krueger scored 26 goals to lead Culver (Ind.) Military Academy to its fourth straight U.S. Polo Association National Interscholastic title. Culver, 15-9 for the season, won all six matches in the tournament, and Krueger, a senior, raised his season total to 139 goals.

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Teresa Anderson, 19, and Gail Johnson, 18, members of the Santa Clara, Calif. Aqua-maids, won their second straight duet title in the National AAU Senior Women's Indoor Synchronized Swimming Championships at Hershey, Pa. Competing against 53 other pairs, the women totaled 133.678 points, 1.4 higher than their nearest opponents. Anderson, a sophomore at San Jose State, also won the solo and stunt titles with scores of 134.170 and 52.030. Johnson was the solo winner in 1972 and placed second this year.

Diana Hales, 25, of Claremont, Calif., and Pam Bristol, 19, of Flint, Mich., captured the women's doubles championship in the 20th United States Amateur Badminton. Open tournament at Central Connecticut State College in New Britain. Bristol and Hales upset international contenders Eva Twedberg, of Ystad, Sweden (who won the singles title) and Bridget Cooper, of Lancashire, England, 12-15, 15-12 and 18-13. Hales was the National Intercollegiate singles champ in 1970.

Al Stone, a junior at Princeton, led the Tigers to their third Ivy League rugby title in the last five years as they beat Brown 32-6. In three tournament games, Stone was responsible for 30 of his team's 62 points, as the Tigers outscored their opponents 62-14.