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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 20, 1961
Feb. 20, 1961

Table of Contents
Feb. 20, 1961

Pro Basketball
Yesterday
The Gang
Son Of Saggy
Salt-Water Jockeys
  • In jackets inspired by the bright geometry of international yachting code flags, this yearns sailors can sport their own initials and be as easy to spot as a jockey in his silks. For more new color-struck boating clothes, turn the page

Tennis
Boxing
Fishing
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FACES IN THE CROWD

Jeanne Ashworth, Wilmington, Mass. physical education instructor, followed up victory in women's National Outdoor Speed Skating championships by winning women's North American Outdoor title at Lake Placid, N.Y., said, "I need more practice."

This is an article from the Feb. 20, 1961 issue Original Layout

Harrison Merrill, 17, straight-A student at Atlanta's Westminster School, swam 100-yard freestyle in 0:50.3, 100-yard butterfly in 0:56.3, 200-yard individual medley in 2:12.9 over three-day span, tied one, set two national prep school records.

Buddy Werner of Colorado University put on one-man show during Western State College Winter Carnival at Gunnison, Colo., took first place in downhill, slalom and jumping as Colorado finished runner-up to Denver University for team title.

Dennis Sandberg, St. Paul high school junior who has fished both winter and summer "just about as long as I can remember, "caught 5½-pound northern pike at Minnesota's nearby White Bear Lake, won St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice Fishing contest.

Barbara Williams of Richmond, Calif. teamed with William Hyndman of Philadelphia, took National Mixed Foursome amateur golf title at Miami Beach, 3 and 2, beat Mrs. John Fitton of Hamilton, Ohio and Willie Turnesa of White Plains, N.Y.

Pat Tallman, San Antonio disk jockey, lined up sponsor to pay $1.50 to March of Dimes for each game he bowled, ran off 162 games in marathon 43-hour session (average score: 159), raised total of $1,000 with help of spectator contributions.

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