Richard Lewis, a New York City housing policeman, won three gold medals in the New York State Police Olympics at West Point. A five-year veteran of the force, Lewis defended his six-mile title, then captured the three-mile and the mile—all in one day.
Kathleen Moore, 52, of Asheville, N.C., had two holes in one in two weeks at Biltmore Forest Country Club, where she was ladies' champion in 1948, 1968 and 1969. The mother of eight, Mrs. Moore completed rounds of 76 and 73 on the days she scored the aces.
Beth Keahey, 13, a defensive end for the Pinch (W. Va.) Panthers Midget Football team, led her team to a 14-0 win over the Winfield Packers by making nine tackles and sacking the quarterback once. The 5'3", 105-pound eighth-grader is playing her first year.
Bill Reid, junior halfback at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, scored TDs the first five times he touched the football this season. He tallied on pass receptions of 26 and 56 yards and runs of 16, one and one as the Tigers won their first two games.
Jenny Gill, 17, of Clyde, Ohio, long-jumped 18'8" for an Ohio girls' record in the Wayne Russell Invitational. She won the 100-yard dash and the high jump to earn the meet's Babe Zaharias Trophy. In her regional Junior Olympics Jenny tied for first in the long jump.
Gary Baze, 17, an apprentice jockey from Mabton, Wash., dominated the season's riding standings at Long-acres Race Track in Renton, Wash. and earned the Best Riding Feat of 1973 award. Competing against veteran riders, Baze had 120 winners.