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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 05, 1976
Jan. 05, 1976

Table of Contents
Jan. 5, 1976

Playoffs
Who Is Kidding?
Wheeler
Boris And His Boys
College Basketball
Speed Skating
Cross Country
College Football
Small World
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Lynn Jennings, a sophomore at Bromfield School in Harvard, Mass., won the state high school girls' cross-country championship and the New England AAU title. Lynn was second in the national AAU junior women's (14-18) championship at San Mateo, Calif.

This is an article from the Jan. 5, 1976 issue

Bob Rohrbach, a junior forward on the University of Dayton soccer team, kicked 31 regular-season goals (seven in one game) to become Ohio's highest scorer while leading the Flyers to an 11-3 record, their best in 19 years. His career 48 goals is a school record.

Stu Goldstein, a senior at Stamford (Conn.) High School, led his gymnastic team to a 10-0 record, the Fairfield County title and second place in the state championships. Goldstein, who had a 56-4 regular-season record, won the state all-round individual title.

Sam Busch and Dan Moser, seniors at Colton (Wash.) High School, led the Wildcats to the 1975 Class B state football championship with a 56-21 defeat of previously unbeaten Brewster. Busch rushed for 275 yards in 22 carries and scored five touchdowns. In two seasons the 6'2", 195-pound halfback ran for 3,200 yards and scored 57 TDs. Moser, a wishbone quarterback, rushed for 3,300 yards in his three-year career. The 5'10" 170-pounder averaged 26.6 yards per carry and scored 42 TDs while directing Colton to a two-year 21-1 record.

Maxime Merlino, 63, retired dean of Fine Arts at Cal State, Long Beach, set her 12th national age-group swimming mark by breaking the 400-yard individual medley (60-64) record by 65 seconds. Merlino holds her other marks in the butterfly, back-stroke and freestyle.

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