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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 07, 1972
Feb. 07, 1972

Table of Contents
Feb. 7, 1972

Old Times
Ugly Affair
Mano A Raqueta
Horse Racing
Ballooning
Track & Field
Jerry West
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Tobin Reid, 13, Of Dallas, who is 6'1", scored 155 points in four games in leading his Edwin J. Kiest school team to its third straight Christmas Elementary Basketball tournament title. The team has won 31 consecutive games in three seasons.

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David Iascone, 4, of Rochester, learned to bowl by watching his father in league play, and in a month's time averaged 74, with a high game of 111. Only three feet tall and weighing 25 pounds, David bowls 20 to 25 games a week with an eight-pound ball.

Scott Ballard, a senior at Corcoran High in Syracuse, N.Y., totaled 42 goals and made the All Central New York Cities League soccer team the past two seasons. He also was voted all-tournament shortstop at the 1971 Babe Ruth League World Series.

Jerry Bly, 25, of Claremont, N.H., who built his own car in four months, won the 100-lap New England Dirt Track championship at Claremont Speedway in his second year of driving stock cars. In his first, he was named Claremont's Rookie of the Year.

Debbie Lee, 23, a graduate student in architecture, played No. 1 for the Yale junior varsity polo team in a 14-6 victory over Harvard. Lee scored Yale's fourth goal and set up three others. "I was surprised at how gutsy she was," said a Crimson opponent.

Raymond Legenza, 45, whose Naugatuck (Conn.) High baseball teams won 307 games (including the last 44 in a row) and four state titles while losing only 73 games, was named National Baseball Coach of the Year in the District I (New England) high school division.

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