Mario Tabares (Men's 45s) was the only player to win four national championships.
Congratulations to the following players who won three of four:
Men's 70d: Bob Anderman & Tom Brunkow
Men's 75s: Herman Ahlers (whose perfect 20-0 record was spoiled by a loss in the year's final final)
Men's 75d: Bob Duesler & Jim Nelson
Men's 80d: George McCabe
Men's 90s: Bob Sherman
The Senior World Championships scheduled to be played in New Zealand in February were largely cancelled due to earthquakes. The 40 and 55 team championships were completed but without a win by a U.S. team.
Congratulations to winners of the SuperSenior World Team Championships:
Men's 60: Brian Cheney, Tony Dawson, Larry Turville, Paul Wulf.
Men's 65: Charles Hoeveler, David Nash, Jimmy Parker, Hugh Thomson
Men's 75: Herman Ahlers, John Powless, Lester Sack, King Van Nostrand
Men's 80: Jack Bradshaw, Mel Lewis, George McCabe, Russell Seymour
Congratulations to winners of the SuperSenior World Individual Championships:
Men's 60d: Jimmy Parker & Hugh Thomson
Men's 75s & 75d: King Van Nostrand
Men's 80d: George McCabe & Russell Seymour