Search

FACES IN THE CROWD

March 31, 1975
March 31, 1975

Table of Contents
March 31, 1975

Horse Race
Islanders
Sly Bones
Pro Basketball
Skiing
College Basketball
Speed Skating
Snead
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Peter Mumford, a freshman at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt., led his school to the national junior-college invitational skiing championship at Great Gorge, N.J. Mumford won the giant slalom and downhill and was third in the slalom in the three-day event.

This is an article from the March 31, 1975 issue

Charles Henery, a senior at Neligh (Neb.) High, posted a 27-0 record in the heavyweight wrestling class this season and was the state champ for a second consecutive year. Henery had 23 straight pins in the regular season, wrestling an average of 1.22 minutes per match.

Cindy Hiester, a junior at West Chester (Pa.) State College, set a pool record for both men and women in three-meter diving with a 284.55 in a home meet against the Princeton women's team. Co-captain of her team, she is All-America in three-meter competition.

Dan Doellman, a 6'7" senior forward at Roger Bacon High in Cincinnati, scored 47 points in his final regular-season game, giving him the city scoring title with 483 points, a 26.7 average and the school's career scoring record. His postseason average was 23 points.

Rod Berry, a freshman at Redwood High in Larkspur, Calif., set a world record in the three-mile run for boys 14 and under (15:03.8) in a meet at the College of San Mateo. Berry, who is 5'4" and 100 pounds, was undefeated in the cross-country season.

Ginny Akabane, 28, a legal assistant from Rochester, N.Y. and two-time Canadian champion, won the U.S. national women's squash racquets singles championship by defeating Barbara Maltby of Jenkintown, Pa., 17-15, 16-17, 13-16, 15-11, 15-11, in Rochester.

SIX PHOTOS