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FACES IN THE CROWD

Oct. 24, 1977
Oct. 24, 1977

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Oct. 24, 1977

World Series
Rugby
Running Scared
College Football
Soccer
Pro Basketball
Horse Racing
Pro Football
Knees
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MIKE ZACK
SUMMIT, N.J.
Zack, 25, won the first PGA National Assistant's Professional Championship at Brockton, Mass. with a one-under-par 209 for 54 holes. He played the two par-5 holes of the 6,421-yard course eight under, with two eagles and four birdies.

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DON BROWN and APRIL MOON
RIVERSIDE, CALIF.
Records, as well as arrows, fell in the 1977 National Archery Association's flight championships at Wendover, Utah. Using a 126-pound, hand-held bow, Brown, 31, shot an arrow 1,164 yards, 2 feet, 9 inches—more than 87 yards farther than the world record set last year by Bruce Odle. Moon, 30, using a 65-pound, hand-held bow, became the first woman to exceed 800 yards. She shot an arrow 810 yards, 2 feet, 9 inches—nearly 93 yards better than the 1967 record set by Norma Beaver.

SUSAN LIND
ALBION, NEB.
Susan, 14, a freshman at Albion High, won the Midwest Regional AAU high jump with a national age-group record of 5'6". She also won the Midwest Regional Pentathlon for juniors with 3,002 points, taking three of the five events.

JEFF MAIATICO
ALLENTOWN, PA.
Jeff, 17, a senior at William Allen High, became the first bowler in the history of the Pennsylvania junior league to roll a perfect game. Jeff's 300 surpassed the old high score of 298 set by Allen alumnus Ed Ressler, now on the PBA circuit.

SANDY RAY
WESTPORT, CONN.
A senior nursing student at Boston University, Ray, 21, won the New England women's single-handed sailing championship and the following week took first place in the President's Trophy, leading host BU to the team sailing title.

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