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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 12, 1977
Sept. 12, 1977

Table of Contents
Sept. 12, 1977

Day Of Reckoning
Bananas In The Bushes
Baseball
College Football
  • Rutgers, winner of 18 straight games, was looking forward to the dawn of a new era when it scheduled Penn State. Instead the Scarlet Knights were taught a harsh lesson in expecting too much too soon

Golf
Boxing
Werblin
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

FACES IN THE CROWD

BARBARA REINALDA
LAKEWOOD, CALIF.
Reinalda, 19, of Cerritos JC, was MVP in the National Women's American Softball Association tournament for the second straight year. She had a 7-1 record with the Raybestos Brakettes, who won their seventh consecutive national title.

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KEVIN KVALE
CHRIS KVALE
MINNEAPOLIS
Kevin, 25, and Chris, 32, pedaled their bicycles 2,972 miles from Santa Monica, Calif. to New York City in 14 days, nine hours and 19 minutes, cutting nearly three days off the U.S. Cycling Federation transcontinental record. Averaging almost 18 mph, the Kvales rode more than 200 miles a day, braving traffic jams, temperatures that went as high as 116° and five days of heavy rain. The University of Minnesota graduates have also won numerous Minnesota road and track championships.

TRACY REPP
BORING, ORE.
Tracy, 14, won the Oregon AAU Junior Olympics long jump with an age-group record of 16'6¾". She also has an 11.6 100 and a 26.6 220 to her credit and has won 61 of the 64 events she has entered in two years of competition.

THOMAS HERZAN
ST. PAUL
Herzan, 25, an Army veteran and a sophomore on the Arizona State golf team, carded four eagles, missing the Highland Park (St. Paul) course record of 62 by two strokes in winning the Habs Open. He eagled one par-4 hole and three par-5s.

RoANN COSTIN
BOSTON
Costin, 25, completed a surf-and-turf double by winning the second annual Boston Harbor Marathon Swim, covering the 12-mile course in a time of 5:21. Earlier the former Radcliffe All-America swimmer had run the Boston Marathon in 3:40.

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