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FACES IN THE CROWD

Aug. 20, 1973
Aug. 20, 1973

Table of Contents
Aug. 20, 1973

Dodgers
Swimming
Sporting Look
  • Ty Cobb would have perished at the thought, but designers are stealing from baseball uniforms—particularly the colorful warmup jacket—to create a whole new line of casual wear. Hamming in high-fashion style, models show what's in vogue

Aviation
No Shade
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Paula Bauck, coordinator of girls' athletics at Moorhead (Minn.) High, coached the girls' track team to the state crown, her second in nine years. One week later her son James helped the Moorhead boys' track team win the state AA championship.

This is an article from the Aug. 20, 1973 issue Original Layout

Harold Chapson, 71, of Honolulu, set a world age group record for the mile run in the 47th Rainbow Relays at the University of Hawaii. He broke his own record of 6:05, set earlier this year, with a time of 6:04. The new mark is for 70-year-olds and older.

Chris Joyner, 12, of Hillsborough, Calif., struck out 110 batters in 48 innings to lead his Little League Mets to a 14-2 championship season. Batting .409 with five home runs, he had games of 14 and 17 strikeouts and allowed three earned runs all year.

John Burdan, a senior at Bitburg American High in Germany, ran the 1,500 in 3:59.5 at Munich, the first sub-four-minute time in USDESEA (military dependents) history. He was unbeaten in the event and also won the USDESEA cross-country title.

Barbara Lebel, 16, pitched Oxford (Mass.) High School to its second consecutive South-bridge Girls Softball Championship. After her final game, a 6-1 win over Holy Name, she was voted MVP of the tournament. The win was Oxford's 34th straight.

Chuck Smead, 22, of Santa Barbara, Calif., won the 14.2-mile race up Mt. Evans, Colo., in a record 1:46.25, bettering Don Starbuck's 1972 mark by more than 12 minutes. Last summer Smead won the Pikes Peak Marathon and the National AAU 15-kilometer run.

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