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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 26, 1979
Nov. 26, 1979

Table of Contents
Nov. 26, 1979

Block Party
O.J. Simpson
College Football
Motor Sports
Sugar Ray
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JIM YUKICA
HANOVER, N.H.
Jim, 16, the son of Dartmouth Coach Joe Yukica, quarterbacked Hanover High to a 50-27 win over archrival Lebanon High by throwing for seven touchdowns and 411 yards. He also kicked four extra points and played the entire way on defense.

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JOAN CORBIN
YAKIMA, WASH.
Corbin, a senior at Seattle Pacific, won two cross-country meets in less than four hours. She first won the three-mile University of Washington Invitational with a time of 17:29, then took the 3.1-mile Highline College Invitational.

BOB STEEL
ST. LOUIS
Steel, 36, a salesman, coached St. Louis' Johnny Mac Steelers to a fourth straight National Touch Football League women's title, in St. Louis. Under Steel, the Steelers have won 51 consecutive games, 44 of them shutouts.

ELIZABETH TRAVER
NEW LEBANON, N.Y.
Traver, a freshman at Yale and a first-team All-Ivy center-forward, led the Eli women's soccer team to a 7-4-2 season by scoring 18 of its 24 goals. She had three hat tricks, a pair of two-goal performances and four game-winners.

CYNDEE LEWIS MOORE
PARIS, TEXAS
Moore, 30, became the first woman to qualify for the Order of the Raven, an honor awarded for hang-gliding off the peak of North Carolina's Grandfather Mountain and staying aloft for more than one hour. She is the 104th Raven.

JIM BARNES
DEFIANCE, OHIO
Barnes, 26, a salesman and a two handicapper, had three holes in one in 12 days at Defiance's Auglaize Country Club. He swung a six-iron for his first ace on the 216-yard 14th hole and an eight-iron for the other two on the 141-yard 8th hole.

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