Dec. 22, 1975
Dec. 22, 1975

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Dec. 22, 1975

Pro Football
My Kinda Guy


Dana Hollingsworth, a junior at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., has led the Saints to the ICAC soccer title the last three years, scoring 30 goals in 38 games. He has three three-goal games and was credited with three assists in another match.

This is an article from the Dec. 22, 1975 issue

Joel Brandt, a junior at Clear Lake (S.D.) High School, was unbeaten in 13 cross-country meets during the current season, defeating a total of 728 runners from five states. Brandt's best time for a three-mile course was 14:57 and his fastest 2.2-mile run was 10:33.

Kathy Whitcomb, of Tufts University, won the first women's New England intercollegiate cross-country championship, outrunning a field of 47 in 17:47 over a three-mile course. A sophomore, she is a former junior national AAU cross-country champion.

Dave Ritchey, a junior at Kirkwood (Mo.) High, won gold medals in the 100-and 200-meter breaststroke and a silver in the 100-meter freestyle at the Pan-American Games for the Deaf in Maracaibo. Dave gave up a season of football to train for the meet.

Craig Johnston, a Whittier (Calif.) Christian High School senior, scored six times and rushed for 448 yards in a 61-6 defeat of L.A. Baptist. The 5'10", 165-pound tailback gained 5,213 yards during his prep career, a league record 2,445 coming this year.

Dave Williams, of Sebastopol, Calif., bowled his eighth perfect game in the Holiday Summer Doubles tournament at Santa Rosa. He rolled six 300 games this year, a state record but two shy of the U.S. mark held by Elvin Mesger of Sullivan, Mo.