Ceil MacLaurin, of Savannah, won the Georgia Women's Golf Association title for the third straight year and six out of the last seven. MacLaurin's rounds of 74-75-76-76 gave her a 17-stroke victory. She won the first of her 10 GWGA titles in 1952.
This is an article from the Jan. 13, 1975 issue
Mark Klein, a junior guard on the Malone College (Canton, Ohio) basketball team, hit on 26 straight field goals in three games. In a six-game stretch, Klein also converted 24 straight free throws. For 11 games this season, he has a field-goal-accuracy mark of 66%.
Baron Goff, 14, of Brooklyn, set three Public School Athletic League freshman cross-country records at Van Cortlandt Park: 1-mile (6:05.1), 1½ (8:26.5) and 2½ (13:44). Last year he bettered U.S. age-group records in the half mile and the mile.
Jackie Smith, an eighth-grader at Easton (Pa.) Junior High, set an American Junior Bowling Congress all-time individual game bantam girls' record with a 290. Earlier games of 168 and 151 gave her a series of 609, 15th highest on the AJBC list for her class.
Paul Jones, a senior running back at Archbishop Mitty High in San Jose, Calif., broke 10 West Catholic Athletic League records this season while gaining 2,210 yards, scoring 32 touchdowns and leading his team to an 11-1 season and a league championship.
Kim Jones, a fifth-grader at Chelwood elementary school in Albuquerque, and the national 10-year-old champion in one-meter diving, was voted the New Mexico AAU Diver of the Year. Kim is undefeated in her specialty for the past two years.