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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 19, 1979
Feb. 19, 1979

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Feb. 19, 1979

Millrose Games
The Soviets
  • By E. M. Swift

    The Soviet National Team flew home as champions of the hockey world after making so much borscht of the NHL All-Stars, routing them 6-0 in the finale of the three-game Challenge Cup series and leaving all Canada in shock

Crested Butte
Kenyon Swimming
Basketball
Baseball
Horse Racing
Poker
Moses Malone
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

SHANA ROBERTSON
CINCINNATI
Shana, a 5'7" junior guard whose father Oscar played a bit of basketball himself, is scoring 22.3 points a game for 13—0 Cincinnati Country Day High. The city's Class A Player of the Year last season, she is shooting 46% from the field.

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RALPH COX
BRAINTREE, MASS.
Cox, a 21-year-old senior at New Hampshire who has been drafted by the Boston Bruins, holds school career records for points with 222 and goals with 115. In 3½ varsity I seasons, the All-America right wing has had four five-goal games.

DON BELAND
ELY, MINN.

RUTH ANN BELAND
ELY, MINN.
Don, 45, won the seven-dog class and his daughter Ruth Ann, 15, finished first in the three-and five-dog classes at the Ely All-American Sled Dog Championships, the sport's premier event in the lower 48. Don, a fishing-resort owner, and Ruth Ann, a ninth-grader at Ely Junior High, have won in five meets this season, and last year they had gold medals in the International Sled Dog Association Championships, he in the five-dog class, she in the three-dog category.

BONNIE SHORE
NEWPORT, R.I.
Shore, 35, a manufacturer and designer of sails, has been named 1978 Yachtswoman of the Year. She won the Adams Cup, emblematic of the women's national sailing title, as well as the women's National Lightning Championship.

TONY BRUIN
QUEENS, N.Y.
Bruin, 18, a 6'4½" swingman and one of the top schoolboy basketball players in New York City, hit his 24-point average to lead defending city champion. Mater Christi High, to a 74-73 win over state champion Mount Vernon.

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