NEW YORK CITY
Katz, 46, a professor of health and physical education at the City University of New York, swept the five freestyle swimming events in the women's 45-49 age division at the Second World Masters Games, in Aarhus, Denmark.
This is an article from the Oct. 23, 1989 issue
Donnie, a junior quarterback at Cummings High, completed 18 of 26 passes for 379 yards in the Cavaliers' 40-23 defeat of Williams High. In the next game he threw for 355 yards and four TDs in a 28-6 win over High Point Central.
MORGAN HILL, CALIF.
Lauren, 12, riding Hill-crest Better Than Blue, beat 241 other riders, all of them under 18, to win the American Horse Shows Association's overall national hunter pony and small pony section championships in Lexington, Va.
In the span of one week, Brown, a 69-year-old manufacturer's representative, his 42-year-old daughter, Linda, and his 18-year-old grandson, Wait, each won club titles at the Somerset Country Club in St. Paul. Brown won the men's and the seniors golf titles, defeating 39-year-old Doug McMillan 2 and 1 in the men's final and 57-year-old Jim Lilly 5 and 4 in the seniors competition. It was Brown's third open championship—he won his first in 1962—and his 11th seniors title. Linda, a community volunteer, beat Barbara Telander 2 and 1 to win the women's golf crown for the fourth time in seven years. Wait, a freshman at Stanford, overcame Alex Scott 6-3, 6-1 to win the men's tennis championship. Brown's wife, Lucy, 69, won Somerset's senior women's golf title in '88.