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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 05, 1960
Sept. 05, 1960

Table of Contents
Sept. 5, 1960

Editorials
Olympics
Yankees
Horse Racing
Golf
  • By Theodore M. O'Leary

    JoAnne Gunderson won the women's Amateur title, but an unknown girl from Kansas proved the tournament's most upsetting ingredient

Cards
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FACES IN THE CROWD

TimotheaSchneider of Oyster Bay, N.Y., a junior at University of Michigan, took a firstin last of five races at Marble-head. Mass., won National Raven Class SailingChampionship, beat Al Bortolotti of Grosse Pointe, Mich. by slim 1½ points.

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Howie Stethersthrew a no-hìtter in pitching Washington to all-America amateur baseballfederation championship at Johnstown, Pa., shut out defending championBaltimore 8-0, struck out 11, did not allow single ball to be hit out ofinfield.

Martha Page ofAuburn, Me. won her third straight Maine amateur women's golf championship,defeated sister Penny 5 and 4 at Kebo Valley Golf Club in Bar Harbor, alsoposted the best women's round ever, a woman's one under par 72.

Mike Blouin ofCharleston, S.C., a Coast Guard officer's son who perfected his swimmingtechnique in Hawaii, entered Charleston open swim meet a few days afterreturning to U.S., broke state records in 110- and 220-yard freestyle.

Mel Gavin, a St.Louis salesgirl who has been flicking a rod 13 of her 21 years, won women'sall-accuracy title in national bait and fly casting tournament at Detroit,announced, "I'm quitting my job so I can go to California andsurf-fish."

Bruce Goldsmithof Racine, Wis., former collegiate sailing champion, needed a 26th in finalrace to capture the 66-boat National Thistle Class Sailing Championship, took asecond for title, beat out Howard Boston of Mount Clemens, Mich.

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