Karl Douglas, quarterback for Texas A&I, tossed three touchdown passes, ran for a fourth touchdown and kicked two conversions as he led the Javelinas to a 32-7 victory over Concordia College of Minnesota in the NAIA Championship Bowl.
Missy Long, 13, Who lives on a farm near Duncan, Okla., won $9,783 and a station wagon when she finished first in the women's barrel racing standings, thus becoming one of the youngest champions in the history of the national rodeo circuit.
Bill La Rock, 215-pound senior at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., won a 9-0 decision against a Hobart College opponent in an unlimited-class match to record his 33rd straight wrestling victory and remain unbeaten in three years of college competition.
Jimmy Dodds, 10, who swims for Alaska's Elmendorf Air Force Base Dolphins, set three boys' 9- and 10-year-old state records in a meet with the Anchorage Spa team—in the 50-yard freestyle, the 100-yard freestyle and the 100-yard individual medley.
Ralph Foote, 5'6", 125-pound physical-education major at Taylor University in Upland, Ind., won all 10 of the cross-country meets he entered this season, including the NAIA national championships in Oklahoma City, where his time was 24:53 for five miles.
Florence Wetherill Walker, who set a national women's skeet-shooting record in 1938, became the first lady chapter president in the 33-year history of Ducks Unlimited when she was elected head of the conservation organization's District of Columbia branch.