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Susan Urban, 15, of Buffalo, paired with her 20-year-old premed-student brother, Stan, to win the Gold Dance title at the Eastern Figure Skating Championships in Boston, thus qualifying for the dance competition at the National Championships later this month.

Johnny Jones, a 6-foot-4 senior at Blanche Ely High in Pompano Beach, Fla., scored 32 field goals and 21 free throws for 85 points—a new Florida high school record—while leading his team to a 193-58 victory over Del ray Beach Carver—another new state scoring record.

Linda Karl, 13, Of North Merrick, N.Y., bowled a spare followed by nine strikes for a 277 game in her junior high school league to better her previous high (185) by 92 points. She has been bowling for two years, but this was her first attempt at league competition.

Tim Tarpley, who turned out for soccer just 16 months ago to keep in shape for baseball, applied his outfielder's arm and catcher's agility to his job as goalie, and became the second All-America first-stringer in the University of California's history.

B. M. Bullis, a Greensboro, N.C. steel plant superintendent who raises pointers as a hobby, guided his white-and-liver pointer, Midnight Mac, to the All-Age stake title at the annual trials of the Carolina Amateur Field Trial Club held in Hoffman, N.C.

George Murphy, a seniorat Vermont Academy in Saxtons River, Vt., scored 10 goals—hat tricks in the first and third periods and four goals in the second—as his hockey team crushed Mount Hermon School 12-3. His season total is now 16 goals, four assists.