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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 02, 1981
Nov. 02, 1981

Table of Contents
Nov. 2, 1981

World Series
New York Marathon
The 49ers
Sean O'Grady
Pro Football
College Football
Jack Russells
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

GREG GIBSON
QUANTICO, VA.
Gibson, 27, the AAU 220-pound champion in both freestyle and sambo wrestling, won a gold medal at the Sambo World Cup, a silver at the world freestyles and was fourth in his class at the world Greco-Romans—all in three weeks.

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CURT GROSS
BUTLER, PA.
Curt, 16, was 13-0 on the mound and .430 at the plate as he led the Lyn-Hi Cougars to the Mid-County Junior League championship. In the title-clinching 11-3 win he had two home runs and five RBIs, and pitched a four-hitter.

LO HUNTER
WHEAT RIDGE, COLO.
Hunter, 48, has coached the Evergreen High girls' volleyball team to three consecutive state titles and, with a recent 15-5, 15-5 defeat of Green Mountain High, set a national high school record for straight wins in the sport—94.

MIKE WALLACE
FREDONIA, N.Y.
Wallace, a senior quarterback at Ohio Wesleyan, set three Division II-III NCAA passing records, including one for single-game completions (47), in a 49-34 loss to Denison. He was 36 for 57 with two TD passes in the second half.

DARBY COTTLE
TY TY, GA.
Cottle, a junior shortstop at Florida State U., was voted MVP at the Amateur Softball Association Slow-Pitch Championships as she batted .470 in leading the Tomboys to the women's crown. She also paced FSU to the national collegiate title.

JAY TOLER
FRANKLIN, ILL.
Jay, a senior at Franklin High, shattered seven clay pigeons in a row to win the Men's Quail Walk Event at the National Muzzle Loading championships in Friendship, Ind. He had been the event's junior titlist the last three years.

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