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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 22, 1965
March 22, 1965

Table of Contents
March 22, 1965

Touched By Stardust
Ski Races
Al Lopez
The Long Irons: Part Two
  • There are intriguing adjustments that can be made in the basic long-iron swing, some of which make these difficult clubs more reliable and others of which offer the possibility of hitting complex shots. Last week the British Open champion explained the fundamentals of sound long-iron play. Now he turns to percentages, curves, finesse, trouble, sand and even philosophy

Boxing
Horse Racing
College Basketball
Boating
Basketball's Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Penelope Hahn, 16, of Westbrook, Me., who has held the northeastern junior girls' rifle championship for three years running, swept all of the women's events at the NRA's Northeast sectional championships at Cumberland, Me., the first senior event she ever entered.

This is an article from the March 22, 1965 issue Original Layout

Isiah King, a senior at New Orleans' St. Augustine High School, set two new city basketball marks when he scored 64 points and grabbed 26 rebounds in a 122-64 victory over Walter L. Cohen High. The game, last of the regular season, gave the team a 30-0 record.

Archie Taylor, a Myrtle Beach, S.C. laundry operator, caught a 75-pound channel bass off Murrell's Inlet, S.C. on 20-pound test line—a record. The fish was 31½ inches in girth and 4 feet 5 inches in length; it outweighed the former record by 13 pounds.

Joyce Davenport, 23, of Ardmore, Pa., who put herself on a two-month crash training program after four ears of no squash at all, won the U.S. Women's Squash Racquets Championship at the Philadelphia Country Club, defeating Mrs. Mason Stauffer.

William Morton, 198-pound wrestler at Greenwich (Conn.) High School, won the Connecticut heavyweight division championship by defeating 285-pound Fred Cesana of Glastonbury High, 3-2. It was Morton's 32nd victory without a loss over two seasons.

Dr. John Kneipp, 50, a Washington, D.C., psychiatrist riding the Virginia Point-to-Point circuit for the first time, guided his 7-year-old bay gelding, Chiron, a former flat racer turned jumper, to three consecutive victories in the circuit's first three races.

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