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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 12, 1979
Nov. 12, 1979

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1979

Red Alert
Too Tall
Dan Fouts
College Football
Tennis
Pro Football
Pro Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

GREG LeMOND
CARSON CITY, NEV.
LeMond, 18, the U.S. junior cycling champion, won a gold, a silver and a bronze medal at the Junior World Championships in Buenos Aires to become the first American cyclist to earn three medals in a single world or Olympic competition.

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1979 issue

LADY ARRAN
HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND
Lady Arran broke the speed record for Class II offshore power boats twice within two days on Lake Windermere in England. On her first run she averaged 91.23 mph, 6.10 mph faster than the old mark; on her second she averaged 93.03 mph.

MICHAEL ANTI
JACKSONVILLE, N.C.
Michael, 15, shooting from prone, standing and kneeling positions on a 10-meter range, won the National Explorer Air Rifle Championship at West Point, N.Y. He outshot 27 other finalists who qualified from among 50,000 entrants.

EDWARD MORTON
CHICAGO
Morton, a maintenance worker at O'Hare Airport, won medals in 13 events in the 65-69 division at the Illinois Senior Olympics in Springfield. He took three golds (racquetball, 220-yard dash, long jump), eight silvers and two bronzes.

JULIE FOSTER
HARVARD, MASS.
Julie won the U.S. girls' tetrathlon title in Kent, Conn. A Concord Academy senior, she placed first in shooting, with 920 of a possible 1,000 points, and in the 200-yard swim (2:37), second in riding and third in the 3,000-meter run.

TODD ROBINSON
PRIMGHAR, IOWA
Todd, an eighth-grader, led Primghar Community School to its third straight unbeaten season. In five games the 5'7" 145-pounder rushed for 1,231 yards, returned two kick-offs and two interceptions for touchdowns and made a team-high 59 tackles.

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