Jim Hogan, 33, Of County Limerick, Ireland, set a world's record of 1:32:25.4 for the 30,000-meter run despite complaining before the start, "The track, the weather—everything's all right except me." Forty-seven people watched the record run.
Billy DuPre, 17, of Columbia, S.C., 5 feet 5, 135 pounds, who kicks soccer-style, booted seven field goals for A.C. Flora High School, including 50- and 46-yarders. He also missed just two of 23 extra-point tries—and one was caused by a bad snap from center.
Frank Boyd, 71, a lanky, retired civil engineer from Santa Maria, Calif., won the first USLTA-sanctioned tournament for players 70 or over by defeating E.H. Bashor, 77, of San Mateo, in the all-septuagenarian singles final, 6-1, 6-3, in Santa Barbara.
Henry H. Zeckser, 67, of Seattle, a retired postal official who took up golf at the age of 50, needed only 16 putts in 18 holes at the municipal Jackson Park ( Seattle) course. He chipped in on two holes and one-putted the rest (the PGA tour record is 19 putts).
Mary Anne Sezak, 14, of Orono, Me., won an age-group state hunter seat equitation title and became the first recipient of the Lisa Beth Galbreath Memorial Trophy. She is a student of Captain Alex Solorzano, former member of Ecuador's Equestrian Team.
Steve Hall, 11, of Newtown, Ohio, who started shooting with a bow and arrow just three months ago, used a 35-pound bow to bring down an eight-point, white-tailed buck from a tree blind in southern Ohio's Pike County on the second field trip of his life.