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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 21, 1988
Nov. 21, 1988

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Nov. 21, 1988

Saints-Rams
Arkansas-Texas A & M
Arkansas-Texas A&M
Japanese Tour
Nabisco
Millard
Television
Hockey
Blanchard And Davis
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

TRACY BENNETT
GRAND JUNCTION, COLO.
Bennett, a junior place-kicker at Mesa (Colo.) State, kicked field goals of 46.41,22 and 20 yards in a 49-14 victory against Western New Mexico. He has made 13 of 13 field goal attempts and 60 of 61 conversion tries this season.

This is an article from the Nov. 21, 1988 issue

FORBES WILSON
YORK, MAINE
Wilson, 78, shot an even-par 70 to beat Raymond Lebel of Falmouth by five strokes to win the Maine Seniors Championship at the Portland Country Club. Sixty-two years ago he won his first of two state amateur championships.

CALVIN BROOKS
LIVINGSTON MANOR, N.Y.
Calvin, a freshman cross-country runner at Livingston Manor Central, won the 15-and-under division in three Covered Bridge Runs. He ran the 5 km in 17:43.5, the 10 km in 43:42.6 and the 15 km in 1:23:46.5, all on one day.

MALIVAI WASHINGTON
SWARTZ CREEK, MICH.
Washington, a sophomore at Michigan, defeated Mike Brown of Arkansas 7-6 (8-6), 7-6 (7-4) to win the collegiate tennis championship in Athens, Ga., in October. He won every set in his five matches during the tournament.

MICHELE ROSENBAUM
HAVERTOWN, PA.
Rosenbaum, a University of Delaware senior forward, set a school single-season record (19) with two goals in a 4-0 field hockey defeat of Rider. The win gave her team a fourth straight East Coast Conference regular-season title.

JOHN THUROW
HINCKLEY, ILL.
John, a senior center forward at Hinckley-Big Rock High, scored seven goals to set a school record in a 16-0 soccer victory over Newark High. He surpassed the Illinois high school career scoring record by 14 goals, with 142.

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