Dec. 14, 1970
Dec. 14, 1970

Table of Contents
Dec. 14, 1970

Body Language
Dots And Dash
  • Why is Mountaineer Mitch Michaud on Ebright Road in Centerville, Del.? Because it's there. Also because it's the highest point (440 feet) in the state, and Michaud yearned to be the first to attain the highest point in all 50 states in one year

  • POOL 46

    As his work shows, Arnold Roth is crazy. This makes him the ideal artist to portray the vagaries of pool, a game whose apparent simplicity conceals its frustrations. Here, then, is the oddball behind the eight ball

College Basketball
Pro Basketball
Fighting Irish
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over


Paul Barnes of Rosemont, Pa. was the top offensive performer as Harriton High ended a 32-game losing streak with a 26-0 victory over Garnet Valley High. The junior halfback scored two touchdowns and a two-point conversion and gained 150 yards on 31 carries.

This is an article from the Dec. 14, 1970 issue Original Layout

Bruce Allison, who has turned lacrosse fortunes at Union College of Schenectady, N.Y. completely around, was named the U.S. Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association's Man of the Year. Allison was twice an All-America mention while at Cortland State College.

Debbie Heald, 14, of La Mirada, Calif., who has been timed for the mile run in 4:47.5, has won five district Amateur Athletic Union titles, three state championships and two national crowns. She is the current National AAU girls' champion in the mile run.

Dennis Speers of Brookville, Ill., hunting on land near his home with a bow and arrow, took the largest deer ever killed in the state—an eight-point buck that weighed 391 pounds on Illinois Conservation Department scales. It was 22 pounds over the old record.

Julee Lampkin of Oklahoma City, after repeating as saddle seat equitation champion for the Southwest region, went on to capture the national title over 47 contenders at the finals of the American Horse Show Association held in Kansas City, Mo.

Kevin Hertzwig of Port Washington, N.Y. carried 10 times for seven touchdowns and 542 yards as Vincent Smith School romped over Lawrence School 56-28. His record-breaking effort was achieved in spite of the fact he spent half the game on the bench.