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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 24, 1986
Nov. 24, 1986

Table of Contents
Nov. 24, 1986

America's Cup
Scheduling
Mike Tyson
Tony Hawk
College Football
Golf
Pro Basketball
Willie Gault
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

SHAWN BRYSON
FRANKLIN, N.C.
Shawn, 9, scored all seven touchdowns for the Termites in a 48-0 Little League win over Cherokee. He rushed for six touchdowns on runs of 20, 33, 45, 45, 48 and 57 yards and returned a kickoff 55 yards for the other score.

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LINDSEY REAMES
RICHMOND
Lindsey, a senior defender and cocaptain of The Collegiate School's varsity field hockey team, led the Cougars to a 20-0 season and the league championship. The Cougars scored 112 goals and held their opponents to just 6.

MISAEL FOSSAS
JAMAICA PLAIN, MASS.
Fossas, 25, a kindergarten teacher running in his first marathon, won the Ocean State event in Newport, R.I., outrunning 1,060 competitors, in 2:24:01. Fossas finished 2:39 ahead of Michael Slavin of Cambridge, Mass.

BOB MONROE
ELMWOOD, ILL.
Monroe, a junior quarterback at Knox College in Galesburg, broke the NCAA Division III single-game passing record when he threw for 532 yards in a 57-35 loss to Cornell College. He completed 35 of 52 passes for four touchdowns.

JILL FENTON
NEW YORK CITY

BOBBY FENTON
NEW YORK CITY

Jill, a 23-year-old ticket manager for the Tournament of Champions at Forest Hills, and Bobby, a sophomore at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, Calif., became the first brother-and-sister team to win the amateur mixed doubles tennis championship, defeating Tim Garcia and Leanne Palmisano of Santa Fe, N. Mex., 5-7, 6-4, 6-3 in the national finals in Tampa. Jill is also the first two-time winner of the tournament, having taken it in 1984 with Billy Way.

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