Odle, 23, used a handheld bow strung at 119 pounds to shoot an arrow 1,077 yards, three inches and break his world flight record—set last year—at the National Archery Association Flight Championships near Wendover, Utah.
This is an article from the Nov. 8, 1976 issue
In the 60 to 64 age group, Osborne set national records in four events—400-meter freestyle (7:25.25), 1,500 free (29:52.85), 50 butterfly (49.61) and the 200 individual medley (3:59.78)—at the AAU National Masters Long Course Championships.
RAY CHARLES JONES
A 17-year-old senior at Pascagoula High, Jones has led his school's football team to a 7-0 record and the No. 1 Class AA ranking in the state. A 175-pound tailback, he has rushed for 1,264 yards in 198 carries and has scored 19 touchdowns.
McEnroe, 17, won the National Boys' 18 Clay Court tennis championships in Louisville and was runner-up in the International Young Masters Tournament. He made the semifinals of the Pepsi-Cola Junior International at Forest Hills.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W. VA.
Robert, a 6'2", 180-pound running back, is his state's No. 1 alltime scorer, with 81 TDs and 498 points. The South Charleston High senior averaged 178 yards rushing a game and scored six or more TDs three times in his 28-game career.
Mike, 16, has bowled five 300 games in the past five months. Three of the perfect games came during league play and one capped an 802 series, his personal best. A junior at Franklin Central High, Mike bowls in four different leagues.