Henryk Kupczyk, 41, a former Polish Olympian running for the Nashville Striders, was named outstanding performer in the 40-and-over division of the National USTFF Masters Championships, in Pittsburgh, after he won the 880 in 2:03, and the mile in 4:47.3.

Angel Doyle, 15, of Harrisburg, Pa., won both dashes in the first Pennsylvania girls' high school track and field championships, running the 100 in 11 seconds fiat and the 220 in 24.4, to duplicate her father's double at the Pennsylvania state meet 25 years ago.

Kathy Devine, a junior at Mission Bay High School in San Diego, set a U.S. inter-scholastic girls' record in the eight-pound shot-put with a heave of 51'1¼". Kathy erased the previous record of 48'8½", established in 1971 by Dottie Barnes of Gresham, Ore.

Mark Dooty, 11, who has a .500 batting average and plays shortstop for the Sallisaw (Okla.) Midgets, scored a hole in one in his first serious attempt at golf. He used a three-wood to ace the par-3 135-yard 3rd hole at the Fort Smith (Ark.) Country Club.

Stanley Franker, 28, a native of Surinam who plays tennis for Texas Southern University, is the first black to win the NAIA singles title. Earlier, Franker led TSU to its fourth consecutive District No. 8 and Southwestern Athletic Conference championships.

Bunny Taylor, 11, of Bickmore, W. Va., the only girl on her Clay County youth league baseball team, pitched a no-hitter, striking out nine and walking three in Valley Fork's 16-0 win over Procious No. 2, an all-boy team. Bunny also hit a triple and a home run.