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FACES IN THE CROWD
April 22, 1963
Craig Metz, 21, was looking for a pitching job with the Detroit Tigers at about the time his golfing father Dick was winning the PGA Seniors'. Injured, Craig turned to golf instead. Recently, he shot an eight-under-par 63 to pace East Texas State's win over SMU.
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April 22, 1963

Faces In The Crowd

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Craig Metz, 21, was looking for a pitching job with the Detroit Tigers at about the time his golfing father Dick was winning the PGA Seniors'. Injured, Craig turned to golf instead. Recently, he shot an eight-under-par 63 to pace East Texas State's win over SMU.

Dennis Cox, 14, led his Detroit bantam hockey team to the city championship, but he tore some ligaments in his leg while doing it. Six weeks later he stepped out of the cast, helped his team to the national title with six goals, nine assists in three games.

Mrs. Robert Konwinski, 31, a housewife and mother of three (the youngest is 5 months), rolled 541 for three games to put her Cities Service team of Grand Rapids into the division one lead at the Woman's International Bowling Congress tournament.

William P. Mahoney Jr, serves the U.S. as Ambassador to Ghana, but whenever he finds the time he serves the African nation as a volunteer track coach. Mahoney was captain of his Notre Dame track team in 1938 and head track coach there from 1940 to 1942.

Dan Brand of the San Francisco Olympic Club carried his team to its third AAU open title and was named outstanding wrestler at the national AAU championships as he defended his 213�-pound freestyle title without a defeat or a draw against 12 opponents.

Joseph Brogan, 20, taught himself to lift weights "because I was small," was Maine's lightweight champion last year. This year he gained 15 pounds, set two state records with a press of 223 and a clean and jerk of 278 pounds in the 165-pound class.

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