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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 14, 1977
Feb. 14, 1977

Table of Contents
Feb. 14, 1977

Wild West
Record Run
Lift Lines
  • By William Oscar Johnson

    Some come to ski, but many come to ski and be seen doing their number, and there are no better spots than the trails under the lift lines. From California's Mammoth Mountain at right, where Chair No. 3 is front row center, to the runs on the following pages, all the best slopes are really a stage.

College Basketball
Nature
Hockey
Figure Skating
Fish Story
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MARK IACOVELLI
ITHACA, N.Y.
A 126-pound senior at Ithaca High, Mark is a two-time state wrestling champion. In his four-year career he has won 120 matches, lost one and tied one. He was the 1975 National Junior Olympic champion in the 119-pound weight division.

This is an article from the Feb. 14, 1977 issue Original Layout

GERI GRIGSBY
EAST McDOWELL, KY.
A senior forward on the McDowell High girls' basketball team, Geri is averaging 47.9 points per game this season. She averaged 41.5 as a sophomore and 45.8 as a junior. She holds the girls' state single-game scoring record of 81 points.

CHUCK LYCAN
YREKA, CALIF.
In the Roxy Ann Classic League, Lycan, 39, bowled the highest three-game series in the history of Medford Lanes. In the first he rolled a 300—his first perfect game—and followed that with a 238 and a 268 for an 806 series.

BOB STEVENSON
DIMOCK, PA.
A senior on the Elk Lake High basketball team, Stevenson has scored 2,289 points in 2½ seasons to break Wilt Chamberlain's state high school record of 2,252 points in three years. Bob, a 6'4½" center, is averaging 31.9 points this season.

DALE SMITH
ST. LOUIS
A Rollins College (Fla.) freshman, Dale was the starting goalie for the soccer team and had 10 shutouts in 15 games. He made 119 saves and allowed only seven goals for a .48-per-game average, as Rollins finished with a 13-2 record.

KEVIN BYRNE
MONTVALE, N.J.
Kevin, 17, ran 4:08 miles at both the Philadelphia Track Classic and New York's Millrose Games, the fourth-fastest indoor mile by a high-schooler. He was a member of three relay teams as his school won the state title, and also high-jumped 5'10".

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