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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 04, 1965
Jan. 04, 1965

Table of Contents
Jan. 4, 1965

Upset Of The Mighty
  • On a blustery day in Cleveland the underdog Browns stunned Baltimore with a second-half outburst to win the NFL title. Key men in the coup were a cerebral quarterback, a big flanker with sticky hands, the great Jimmy Brown and some remarkable—for Cleveland—defenders

Pro Championships
Tubing Thais
Cougars
Cruising The Aisles
Basketball
Into The Valley
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Charley Wedemeyer, 18, quarterback at Honolulu's Punahou High and the younger brother of "Squirmin' Herman," 1945 All-America back at St. Mary's in California, scored twice in a playoff game to lead his team to victory over Kamehameha High.

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Anne (Coco) Gram, 15, a student at The Professional Children's School in New York City, who has been figure skating since she was 8 and who practices at least four hours a day, glided gracefully to the North Atlantic Junior Ladies' title in West Orange, N.J.

Edwin Maley, 33, physical fitness instructor with the Tampa Recreation Department and a judo competitor since he was 19, won the 180-pound title in the Florida State Tournament in Tampa, went on to take the overall championship for the sixth straight year.

Randy Fletcher, 6-foot senior forward on the Reliance (S. Dak.) High basketball team, scored 63 points (on 25 field goals and 13 free throws) as his team defeated South Dakota Training School of Plankinton 96-87 for its fifth consecutive win of the season.

Dr. Rudolph Steinhauser, a dentist from Jupiter, Fla. who likes to go deep-sea fishing in his spare time, caught six sailfish in two days using a 20-pound test line to top 38 competitors in the light-tackle sailfish tournament off Stuart, Fla.

Charles (Mike) Jacobson of Copper Cliff, Ont., sophomore right wing on Michigan State's hockey team, slapped home three goals in 60 seconds—one of the fastest hat tricks in collegiate history—as the Spartans overpowered Wisconsin 9-2.

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