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FACES IN THE CROWD
November 14, 1960
Harold Ensley of Kansas City, Mo., hunting-fishing sports-caster on radio and TV, caught no fish in final round but still beat 57 rivals in freshwater division of the World Series of Sport Fishing, an eight-day event held at seven Michigan lakes.
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November 14, 1960

Faces In The Crowd

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Harold Ensley of Kansas City, Mo., hunting-fishing sports-caster on radio and TV, caught no fish in final round but still beat 57 rivals in freshwater division of the World Series of Sport Fishing, an eight-day event held at seven Michigan lakes.

Mrs. Mary Webb, seventh-grade teacher at Ellsworth Hall grammar school, near Macon, Ga. and volunteer coach of its football team, changed from T to Notre Dame box "for simplicity and for better blocking angles," led team to second win in four games.

Walt Doleschal, Czechoslovakian-born Lafayette junior whose toenails are just growing back after summer of soccer, punted 70 yards off instep, place-kicked game-winning field goals of 29, 30, and 40 yards against Delaware, Temple and Gettysburg.

George Craft, 59, Smith County, Miss. farmer, worked up a good cud, sent brown stream 19 feet 6 inches into cross wind to win his seventh National Tobacco Spitting title at Raleigh, Miss. Said he of his skill: "You can't acquire it. You got it or you ain't."

Jack Nielson, 180-pound senior left halfback for Baudette H.S., Baudette, Minn., carried ball eight times against Karlstad High, scored seven touchdowns on runs of 64, 72, 68, 55, 42, 60 and 54 yards, ran season total to 149 points in seven games.

Tom Robbins, 67, of Pinehurst, N.C., whose accident-bent left arm "gives me the natural grip," defeated J. Walcott Brown of Sea Girt, N.J., to become first two-time champion in nine-year history of North and South Senior Golf Championship; at Pinehurst.

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