William T. LeRoyer, a senior in animal industries, led the University of Connecticut to a 12-1 season and the Intercollegiate Indoor Polo championship. Captain of the team, LeRoyer was high scorer with 21 goals in the three-game elimination tournament.
Jesus Guerra, a 5'10" senior guard at Roma (Texas) High, totaled 2,480 points kin average of 23.6 points ;t game) in three seasons, made the Class AA All-Stale team a record three times and led the Gladiators to district championships all three years.
Jim Bennett, a senior at Corry Area (Pa.) High, won State championships in two spoils. gaining the 138-pound wrestling title while taking all 25 of his matches this season (11 of them by pins) and winning the (lass A pole vault with a 13'6" leap last spring.
Andy Haun, a thirdgrader at Porter Elementary School in Prairie Village, kans., playing with his father and 13-year-old brother, hit his first hall in his first game of golf for a hole in one on the 85-yard, par-3 first hole al Smiles's Golf Course in Lenexa, Kans.
Bob Kingsbury (left), of Scarsdale. N.Y., and John Mangan. of Rye. N.Y., teamed to upset defending champions Gordon Gray and Jesse F. Sammis III. both of Greenwich, Conn., 6-4, 6-1, 6-1 in the finals of the 38th American Platform Tennis Association Men's Doubles Championship, held in Scarsdale at the Fox Meadow Tennis Club, the birthplace of the game and the site of the first championship in 1935. Sammis and Gray had won the title three consecutive times, beating Kingsbury and Mangan in the finals the last two years.