Noel Jenke, the first to letter in three sports at Minnesota in 13 years, has been drafted by the Vikings and is sought by the Black Hawks and the Twins. A linebacker, he captained the football team, played hockey and at present is batting .367.
Martin Budd and his identical twin Howard are No. 1 and 2 players on the Penn State chess team. "We haven't competed against one another since we were 12 years old," says Howard." Neither of us wants to put the other down."
Ernie Shaver, 24, won the heavyweight title at the AAU national championships in San Diego, with a first-round knockout of Charles Elder of the Navy. Shaver, a father of three who works on a Chevrolet assembly line, has a 19-4 record, with 14 KOs.
Mrs. Charlotte Lee, 54, of Short Hills, N.J., won all 10 platform tennis tournaments she entered this year, including the National Women's Doubles (which she won for the seventh time) and Mixed Doubles (which she won for the fifth time).
Maxine Bauer, 12, of Norwalk, Conn., won an equitation and a hunter class with each of two ponies and tied for pony champion at the Ox Ridge Spring Junior Horse Show in Darien, Conn., having been restricted to open equitation over fences since last July.
Jay Smith, of Boca Ciega High in St. Petersburg, Fla., had a 10-0 record, an ERA of 0.00 in 79 innings and 128 strikeouts until he lost to Sarasota last week, the opposing pitcher throwing a no-hitter. Jay also leads his team in hitting, with a .395 average.