Yvonne Goologong, 12, Australian aboriginal who grew up in tiny village of Barellan and learned to play tennis without benefit of professional coaching, won the girls' under-13 singles and doubles at the New South Wales hard-court championships in Canterbury.
George Haggarty, 61, a corporation lawyer from Detroit who plays golf left-handed, defeated Dr. John Mercer of Sarasota, Fla., a retired optometrist, one up, in the final round to win the Belleair Seniors tournament (for golfers 55 and over) in Belleair, Fla.
Bobby Lundquist, 13, who led the Sanford ( Fla.) junior basketball team to a second straight state title last year, scored 62 points (on 28 field goals and six free throws) for the WTRR Radio team in an 86-28 victory over First Federal Savings in a Biddy Basketball league game.
Kurt Haas, goalie for the Macalester College hockey team in St. Paul, did not need to make a single save while his team was shutting out St. Olaf College (Northfield, Minn.) 10-0. "I might as well have got out the cards and started playing solitaire," he said afterwards.
John Hodges, 16, a 147-pound novice boxer from Trenton, N.J., won his first Golden Gloves fight the quickest way possible: he took just one second to floor his opponent with a hard right to the chin, and the referee counted him out for an official 11-second KO.
Willie Hobson, an executive with a Seymour ( Ind.) manufacturing firm and an outboard boat racer in his spare time, won the National Outboard Association's high-point award for semiprofessionals for the third year in a row, with a record high in 1963.