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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 31, 1977
Jan. 31, 1977

Table of Contents
Jan. 31, 1977

The Crosby
Top Of His Class
  • In the first championship fight between two college graduates, Carlos Palomino (Long Beach State) retained his WBC welter title by coming from behind to knock out Mando Mu√±iz (L.A. State) in the last round in Los Angeles

San Francisco
College Basketball
Horse Racing
Track & Field
College Football
Who Are They?
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MARK SHAGENA
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICH.
Mark, 8, won nine of 10 individual races and was on three winning relay teams at an AAU meet in Livonia, Mich. He won the 25-, 50- and 100-yard freestyle; 25- and 50-yard breaststroke; 25- and 50-yard butterfly; and the 25- and 50-yard backstroke.

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SUSAN CHLYSTEK
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
Seventeen-year-old Susan, a forward on the Forest Hills Central High girls' basketball team, set a state schoolgirls' career scoring record of 1,240 points in four years. She averaged 27 points per game her senior year, and had one 38-point game.

BILL SENTO
TOWSON, MD.
Now in his fifth year as coach of the Loch Raven High, Md. soccer team, Sento has a 59-5-1 record and a 48-0 mark in league games. His teams have won five divisional titles, three Baltimore County and two state championships.

ADAM LANNING
MURRAY, KY.
Lanning, a 46-year-old sociology professor at Murray State, ran marathons on consecutive days. He completed the first run in 24° weather in Chattanooga in 3:30.13; the second—following a six-hour car ride to Louisville—in 3:24.30.

ALAN HETRICK
KENNY HETRICK
PERRYSBURG, OHIO
Alan, 14, and Kenny, 12, are both amateur boxers, and each has had about 100 fights in his four-year career. Competing in the 90-pound division, Alan won the Ohio State Fair tournament, the Louisiana State Fair tournament and the national Police Athletic League tournament in Canton, Ohio. Kenny, fighting at 85 pounds, has won titles at the Ohio State Fair, the Louisiana State Fair and in the sub-novice Toledo Golden Gloves. He also was a silver medalist at the Ohio Junior Olympics in Columbus.

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