First archer ever to win both the National Field Championship and the National Target Championship. Won the target championship in 1949 and 1951 and the field championship in 1950. At one time held eight of a possible 12 U.S. archery marksmanship records. Represented the United States in the International Championships in Denmark in 1950 and placed third. Was scheduled to represent the U.S.A. in the 1952 championships in Brussels, but succumbed to leukemia before the competition took place.