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FACES IN THE CROWD

Dec. 13, 1976
Dec. 13, 1976

Table of Contents
Dec. 13, 1976

Walton
Drop Dead
Free-For-All
Pair Of Aces
Hearst Ranch
College Basketball
Hockey
Pro Football
Soccer
College Football
Gondola II
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JOHN HOUSKA
BALTIMORE
A junior goalie for the Loyola College soccer team, Houska led the Greyhounds to a 21-1 season and the NCAA Division II title by registering nine shutouts, the last in the championship game. He allowed only 18 goals all season.

This is an article from the Dec. 13, 1976 issue

RICH GREENO
SIOUX FALLS, S. DAK.
The Lincoln High cross-country team, coached by Greeno, 48, has won 79 consecutive meets and seven straight state titles. Lincoln's track and field teams have won seven of eight state championships since Greeno became coach in 1968.

KEN MAYER
FLEETWOOD, PA.
Seventeen-year-old Mayer, a 5'9", 165-pound left-winger on the Fleetwood Area High soccer team, broke a 23-year-old county record by scoring 26 goals in league play. He had at least one goal in each game during the Tigers' 22-1 season.

RICHARD WEISS
WILMETTE, ILL.
A quarterback at New Trier East High, Weiss threw for 1,178 yards this season, and rushed for 908 yards. In one playoff game he ran for touchdowns of 26, 72 and 55 yards, rushed for 223 yards and threw scoring passes of 51 and 19 yards.

GEORGE THOMAS
WALLKILL, N.Y.
A 6'1", 200-pound halfback, Thomas paced his Wallkill High football team to an 8-0-1 record by rushing for 1,638 yards and scoring 23 touchdowns. He also played guard on defense, and was credited with 40 unassisted tackles.

LEON TROUT
UNION, N.J.
After a year and a half of masters competition following a 23-year layoff from competitive track and field, Trout, a 42-year-old construction worker and father of eight, took all 10 events to win the Atlantic regional masters decathlon.

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