Bart Starr's string of 294 completed passes without an interception for the Packers in 1964-65.
LAURENCE J. HOWE
Jim Brown of the Cleveland Browns: the only player to average more than five yards per carry and more than 100 yards per game during his career.
Wilt Chamberlain: The name was right, but the record was wrong. In an era when entire teams had only 40 to 50 rebounds per night, Wilt's record of 55 against the Boston Celtics on Nov. 24, 1960, is far safer than his 100-point spectacular.
Fox Point, Wis.
Pete Maravich's NCAA career scoring record at LSU of 44.2 points per game. His closest pursuer, Austin Carr of Notre Dame, at 34.6, isn't even close.
Chevy Chase, Md.
Cal Ripken Jr.'s astounding streak of 8,243 consecutive innings played.
Gordie Howe's 32 years of major league hockey, including six years with the World Hockey Association.
NHL goalie Terry Sawchuk's 103 career shutouts.
Jim Ryun's schoolboy mile record of 3:58.3, set in 1965 when Ryan was a high school senior.
Overland Park, Kans.
Bobby Jones's golf Grand Slam in 1930.
While competing for Ohio State in a Big Ten track and field meet in Ann Arbor, Mich., in 1935, Jesse Owens equaled the world 100-yard-dash record and set world marks in the long jump, the 220 dash and the 220 low hurdles—and all within one hour!