Hugos, 89, a retired hardware store owner, recently bowled a 236 game and a 564 series. In 1980 he shot his age (88) for a round of golf and hit a 201-yard hole in one. He was a member of the U.S. national rifle team—during World War I.
LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y.
Monica, 10, and Diane, 17, excelled in the Colgate Women's Games in New York City. Monica won the 800-meter run in her age group in a meet record of 2:27.75. At the TFA national cross-country meet last fall she won the 10-and-under race with a 10:49 for the 3,000-meter course. Diane, a senior at Brooklyn Tech and a member of the Atoms mile-relay team that until recently held the women's indoor world record, won the 400 in 53.67, the fastest time ever run by a schoolgirl.
Rosey, a 5'6" senior at Knoxville High, who led the Pantherette volleyball team to the girls' state Class AA high school finals and a state-record 45 victories this fall, became the first setter ever to be named Iowa girls' Player of the Year.
SALT LAKE CITY
Marcus, 16, a center for the Utah midget ice hockey team, had four goals—three in a span of 11 seconds—in a 7-5 win over the Phoenix Desert midgets. He also topped the 13-5 East High team with 54 goals and 27 assists.
Tinley, 25, won the Ironman World Triathlon in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii in a record time of 9 hours, 19 minutes, 41 seconds. He consecutively swam 2.4 miles of ocean water in 1:10.45, bicycled 112 miles in 5:05.11 and ran a 3:03.45 marathon.