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Edited by Gay Flood
June 08, 1987
REGGIE'S VISION (CONT.)I have long admired Reggie Jackson as a super athlete and as a man. He has had a great career and has brought thrills and excitement to ballparks all over the country. I, for one, am a grateful fan.
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June 08, 1987

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When we moved last year, my wife asked me why I would keep such a thing. I told her that one day I would be inspired to send it to you. Your May 18 FROM THE PUBLISHER, on another now-famous pair who once appeared in the same FACES IN THE CROWD, Don Mat-tingly and Payne Stewart, provided the necessary impetus.
STEVEN EVANS
Utica, Mich.

?Here are those 1970 FACES.—ED.

Tony Dungy, 14, student president of Frost Junior High in Jackson, Mich., threw 23 touchdown passes over the last three seasons, is high scorer in basketball for the third straight year and has never been defeated in high and low hurdles and long jump in track.

Bill Walton, 6'10�" senior at Helix High in La Mesa, Calif., was named MVP of the Covina Tournament after he scored a record 50 points and grabbed a record 34 rebounds as Helix defeated Pasadena High 110-68 for the title and its 31st straight win.

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