Tim, 15, won the Cincinnati Tournament of Champions at the Jack Nicklaus Golf Center in Mason, Ohio. His eight-over-par 150 was three shots better than the rest of a field of 55 private- and public-course amateur champions.
Competing before 22,000 spectators at the Rose Bowl, Lou and Bloeme won the overall titles in the six-event 1976 world Frisbee championship. Lou, a sophomore at the University of California, won the women's distance event with a toss of 212 feet and edged defending champion Jo Cahow by half a point overall. Bloeme, a martial arts student, won the men's accuracy event, getting 16 of 20 tosses from a variety of distances through a 67-inch hoop, and finished 22 points in front overall.
Rolland, 71, and Torrey, 75, have played golf together regularly for 15 years, usually at the nine-hole Worthington Country Club. Playing there on Aug. 25, Torrey, a retired municipal employee, holed out his six-iron for an ace at the 145-yard 9th. After excitement over Torrey's hole in one had died down, Rolland, a retired construction worker, took out his six-iron and put his ball into the cup, too, for his second hole in one of the summer and the third of his career.
Mary, 24, who is five feet tall and weighs 100 pounds, is the AAU National Women's Karate titlist. She won gold medals for advanced form and advanced sparring at the national championships at Missouri Southern State College in Joplin.