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Frank Alagia, a 5'9½" All-Long Island guard at St. Agnes Cathedral High in Rockville Centre, N.Y., totaled 78 points and 29 assists in back-to-back games in a recent tournament. He has led the Stags to a 13-1 record and a No. 3 ranking in the state.

Ray Orf, 30, a 212-average bowler from St. Louis, rolled a spare Heaving the No. 10 pin standing, then connected for 35 consecutive strikes to amass a 290-300-300—890 series in an adult-junior league. If sanctioned, his Teat will break a 32-year-old ABC record.

Sue Harrison, a senior forward at Allison (Texas) High, a Class B school with only 31 students, went over 30 points 16 times and over 40 five times in leading her girls' basketball team to a 22-6 mark. Only 5'1¾", Sue's high game was 54 points.

Brad Smith, a senior at Hersey High in Arlington Heights, Ill., won his 60th wrestling match in a row, pushing his three-year record to 79-2-1. Holder of the stale 126-pound title last season. Brad moved up to the 132-pound weight class this year.

Jamie Day, an eighth-grader at Spring Oaks Junior High in Houston who won the 100-meter breaststroke at the National AAU Junior Olympics last summer, has been ranked first in the National AAU 11-12 div division for both the 100-yard and 100-meter breaststroke.

K. C. AREY, a 47-year-old wine bottler from Danville, Va., competing against 177 other skeet shooters, broke 393 of 400 targets to gain the high overall award in the 10th annual Dixie Open in Winter Haven, Fla. Arey missed only one of his last 300 targets.