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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 14, 1966
Nov. 14, 1966

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Nov. 14, 1966

Yesterday/Opening Bell
Watch Out, Ali!
  • Cassius Clay is the champion and will be the favorite when he meets Cleveland Williams for the heavyweight title Monday, but the Big Cat, in superb condition, is powerful, and his knockout record is awesome

Answer To An S O S
Western War
One More Boom
College Football
Horse Shows
Golf
Dogmeat
  • Being both a topical essay describing the adventures of two neighborhood-type bridge pigeons who find themselves among a field of wolfish Life Masters in the richest tournament ever held and an illuminating commentary on the vanity of man

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Barry Freeman, 17, a Sullivan (Ill.) High School tackle, booted four field goals, the longest 43 yards, as the Redskins beat Cerro Gordo 39-0. With seven field goals in five games, Freeman more than compensated for missing four of 10 extra-point tries.

This is an article from the Nov. 14, 1966 issue

Mrs. John Pennington, of Buffalo, shot a 36-hole total of 155 to win the North and South senior women's amateur golf championship in Pinehurst, N.C. on her ninth try. She finished six strokes ahead of runner-up Mrs. Thomas Nolan of New Castle, Pa.

Carl Wilsing, 56, of Sheboygan, Wis., missed a strike in the 10th frame of his third game during an evening of major league bowling. Still, his games of 298, 300 and 278 produced an 876 total, second highest series in American Bowling Congress history.

Deborah Haines, 13, of College, Alaska, lowered both the girls' and women's marks in the fourth annual Equinox Marathon in her home town. She completed the run, which has a total vertical climb—and corresponding drop—of 2,000 feet, in 5:24:10.

David Bryant, a 35-year-old schoolteacher from Somerset, England who has been playing 20 years, bowled a consistent and accurate game to win the singles title from New Zealand's Phil Skoglund 21-5 at the World Lawn Bowls championships, in Sydney, Australia.

Alberto Tassetti, an exchange student from Milan playing for the Plymouth-White-marsh (Pa.) High soccer team, scored two goals—the second on a third-period penalty shot—to lead his team to a 3-2 victory over Lower Merion, winners of 53 straight games.

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