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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 11, 1971
Jan. 11, 1971

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Jan. 11, 1971

One-Day Season
Cowboys
  • With a pair of exceedingly physical wins the Cowboys and Colts rode hard into the Super Bowl, where Dallas' horde of demon defenders will try to stop a well-aged—but hardly mellow—John Unitas

Colts
Gamesman
People
Hockey
Golf
Nature
Children
  • More than 70 youthful pastimes of the 16th century can he found in this rollicking masterpiece by Pieter Bruegel. An art historian and sometime sportsman now offers us a detailed look at several of the games and tells how they provide rare insights into the manners of another era and hold up a mirror to our own.

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Pete Sorber, soccer coach at Florissant Valley Community College in St. Louis, ran his four-year record to 58-2 with a 13-0 season, including a 2-1 win over Lorain County CC in 11 overtimes for his third National Junior College title in four years.

This is an article from the Jan. 11, 1971 issue Original Layout

Craig Kunch, a 4-year-old surfer from San Diego, was the youngest entrant in the sixth annual Windansea Surf Club Menehune (little people) Championship at La Jolla, placing fourth in his heat among five competitors, each at least twice his age.

Cathy Vayda, 11, of New Orleans, a member of the Tulane Swim Club, received the highest ranking ever awarded a swimmer in the Southern Association of the AAU, placing first among U.S. swimmers in four events and in the top 10 in 23 others.

Janet Bristol, 15, sophomore at Burlington (Vt.) High, won the New England AAU and AAU Regional I cross-country championships on successive weekends, before placing fifth in the National Women's AAU at St. Louis, eight seconds behind Doris Brown.

Ed Barnett of Warren, Mich., a senior wrestler at Wayne State University, ran his dual-meet victory streak to 17, dating back to the 1968-69 season. Competing at three different weights, Barnett has posted an over-all collegiate record of 35-4.

Danny Sanders, a 15-year-old ninth grader from Oak Ridge Tenn., captured the 1970 National Junior Frisbee Championship held at Las Vegas by outscoring nine other regional contestants it competition. He compiled 10 points in his victory.

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