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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 25, 1968
Nov. 25, 1968

Table of Contents
Nov. 25, 1968

Ivy Bands
The Blues
Substitutes
Hannum
College Football
Horse Show
Fishing
?!¢%&*#/S!
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Jeff McVey, who bowls with the Kansas City, Kans. Junior Kings Invitational League, rolled a 268 high game for a 700 series two days before his 17th birthday, then followed that up with 251, 258 and 214 games for a 723 series. His average is now 211.

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Kim Braswell, 17 of Decatur, Ga., a 165-pound senior place-kicker and first-string halfback at Avondale High School, kicked his 129th consecutive extra point, a season-to-season string begun in his freshman year. He also has kicked a 43-yard field goal.

Susan Bailey, 25, was lone woman on the 25-man Downtown Canton (Ohio) YMCA team that won the National YMCA 3,000 Mile Marathon in a record-breaking 4½ days. She ran 208 miles—an average of 46 miles per day—to place third on her team.

Al Zimmerhanzel, 43, of Alvin, Texas, golfing only three years, sank two holes in one during a round at the Hillcrest Club. His score was a par 66, two strokes below his average. His first ace came on the 200-yard 2nd hole, second on the 160-yard 10th.

Brooke Hodgson, 18, of New Canaan, Conn., won finals of the Hunter Seat Equitation championships at two horse shows: at the Pennsylvania National show, for the Adrian Van Sinderen Trophy, then at the National show, for the Alfred B. Maclay Trophy.

Rick Collard, 18, of San Jose, Calif., a senior at Pioneer High School and the captain of its water polo team, scored 76 points in 12 games. In two consecutive victories he scored 30 times in 35 attempts and also had six-, seven-, 10- and two eight-goal games.

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