Swimming at the AAU Masters Long Course Championships in St. Louis, 83-year-old Mrs. Brown won all five events she entered, establishing a Masters record for the 80-and-over division of the 50-meter freestyle with a time of 1:44.4.
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A weight lifter for 10 months, Dunbar, 19, won three national titles. He set records in the squat (345 pounds) and three-lift total (865 pounds) at the AAU Teenage Nationals and won his division at the YMCA and Junior Nationals.
McMillian, 16, recently won the State Junior Amateur Golf title for the second straight year. The youngest champion in the tournament's history, he is the first two-time winner in 24 years and plays No. 1 on the C. E. Donart High team.
A sixth-grader at Margate Junior High School, Greg set a national record for 19-year-olds-and-under when he ran a 50-mile race on the track at Santa Monica City College in six hours, 49 minutes, 29 seconds, two days before his 11th birthday.
Westlake, 33, scored an unofficial world duckpin record of 575 pins for three games at the Glenmont (Md.) Bowl. He had 13 strikes and 12 spares in his 215, 212, 148—575 series. It also was the 14th time he has topped 500 in league play.
A three-time all-state track star at Central High and now a freshman at Delaware State College, Hobbs, 17, holds the Michigan prep records in both the 100- and 220-yard dashes. Her personal best times are 10.7 in the 100 and 24.2 in the 220.