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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 03, 1977
Jan. 03, 1977

Table of Contents
Jan. 3, 1977

NFL Playoffs
Fight Game
Road Trip
College Basketball
Skiing
  • By William Oscar Johnson

    All their expenses paid, the top European stars came to Wisconsin for the first U.S. Nordic World Cup event and were dazzled by the hoopla and tough trails

Olympics
Gallantly Screaming
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

LISA PHIPPS
LINCOLN, NEB.
Thirteen-year-old Lisa, an offensive end and the only female in the Lincoln Police Department's Midget Football League, caught five touchdown passes and averaged three catches per game as she helped her team ring up a 5-2 record.

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JIM MAGIE
MOUNTAIN HOME, ARK.
A 135-pound freshman tailback at Mountain Home Junior High, Jim gained 3,008 yards rushing and receiving in nine games. In one game he ran for 540 yards on 21 carries. Eight of his 22 touchdowns came on kickoff returns.

JOHN SEFTER
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA.
Sefter, a 203-pound junior on the Princeton wrestling team, won 12 bouts this season. In the unlimited class, he has eight pins in a total time of 22:52. Sefter, 18-2 last season, did not wrestle as a freshman due to a broken neck.

SHANE KENNEDY
WESTPORT, CONN.
A 22-year-old goalie for the Babson College soccer team, which had a 48-7-4 record while he was in the nets, Kennedy holds the national record for career shutouts with a total of 41. He twice had strings of 10 straight shutouts.

LAURA McLEAN
ST. LOUIS
Laura, 8, swimming for the Sugar Creek Sports Club won seven gold medals in the individual events and anchored the winning freestyle and medley relays at the Carondelet AAU meet. She has swum competitively for two years.

DAVE McGINNIS
MERIDIAN, IDAHO
A dog trainer, McGinnis, 42, took his seventh National Shorthair Field Trial Championship in the past five years by winning the AKC Nationals with a 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer. He has won four American Field Nationals.

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