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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 09, 1970
Feb. 09, 1970

Table of Contents
Feb. 9, 1970

Big Cat
Daytona Mystique
Rubies And Diamonds
What Goes Up
Part 2: The Shoemaker Story
People
College Basketball
Sailing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Hank Osborne, a ninth-grader at St. Johns Country Day School in Orange Park, Fla. who plays center forward on the soccer team, is the leading scorer, with 32 goals in 12 games this year, for a team that has remained undefeated in 42 consecutive matches.

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Jesse Stuart, a 6'2½", 255-pound senior at Glasgow (Ky.) High School, threw the 12-pound shot 71'11" for a national high school indoor record at the USTFF midwest meet in Columbus, Ohio. The toss was 4'6½" beyond the mark set in 1968.

Jerry Allen, 17, the mayor of Boys Town, Neb., who plays tackle on the Boys Town High football team and has an 11-3 season wrestling record, was appointed by Governor Norbert Tiemann to the Nebraska Crime Commission, as the only juvenile member.

Mark Kristo, 15, a wing on the Owatonna (Minn.) High School hockey B squad, led his team to a 5-1 victory over Austin (Minn.) High when he scored a three-goal hat trick in the first 52 seconds of the game. For the season, Owatonna's record is 10-1-1.

Tom Kivisto, 18, 6'3" guard for East Aurora (Ill.) High, scored 51 points in a 98-80 victory over St. Charles High, breaking the Upstate Eight conference record of 45 set by his brother Bob in 1968. Against Fenton High, Tom hit 54, two better than Bob's school mark.

Lloyd Slocum, associate professor at Gorham (Me.) College, defeated 40 other 12 dog teams when he won the Massachusetts senior division sled-dog championship with a record time of 1:47.50 for two runs over the 13-mile course at Gardner, Mass.

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