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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 07, 1971
June 07, 1971

Table of Contents
June 7, 1971

Yesterday/Hoover Camp
Lightning
New Orleans
Grand Slam
New Breed
In The Mood
Baseball
Basketball
Track & Field
Himalayas
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Nanci Kaiser, 18, of Center Point (Texas) High, won all four events she entered at the state girls' meet in Austin: 80-yard hurdles (10.4), 440 (58.0), 60-yard dash (6.9) and long jump (19'1"). Her four firsts enabled her to singlehandedly win the team title.

This is an article from the June 7, 1971 issue Original Layout

Steve Cutter, a senior at Keene (N.H.) High, threw no-hitters in the first two high school games he ever pitched. He beat Stevens High of Claremont 9-0 in the season's opener and topped Gardner (Mass.) High 1-0. He was formerly an outfielder.

Mrs. Dorothy E. Swett, 58, a librarian for the Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Unit in Sun Diego, set a record of 1:51.8 for women over 45 in the 100-yard free, bettering the old mark by 19.8 seconds. She has swum competitively for 18 months.

Frank Puglisi, a brewery worker from Tampa, caught a 193-pound tarpon on a 40-pound test line in McKay Bay near downtown Tampa. It was the largest fish caught in the 36 years of the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup. The previous record was a 174-pounder.

Kaye Zimmerman of Casa Grande (Ariz.) Union High has not lost a tennis match in four years, is captain of the girls' team and is a state doubles champion. The Casa Grande girls have won the state title the past three years and have an 84-match winning streak.

Clary Anderson, baseball coach at Montclair State (N.J.) College, recorded his 500th victory against 171 defeats when the Indians defeated Cornell 7-5. In 28 years of high school and college coaching, Anderson has had only one losing season.

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