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FACES IN THE CROWD
April 15, 1968
David Wilson, 12, of Olney, Ill., shot 60 straight bull's-eyes for a perfect 540 points to win the Junior Olympic Round of the 10th annual International Indoor Open Archery Tournament in Detroit, then took the men's amateur freestyle over more than 200 entrants.
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April 15, 1968

Faces In The Crowd

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David Wilson, 12, of Olney, Ill., shot 60 straight bull's-eyes for a perfect 540 points to win the Junior Olympic Round of the 10th annual International Indoor Open Archery Tournament in Detroit, then took the men's amateur freestyle over more than 200 entrants.

William English, a 6'6" junior at Winston-Salem Stats, set a North Carolina collegiate basketball scoring record when he tossed in 77 points against Fayetteville State, breaking the old mark by eight English also bettered Earl Monroe's school record of 68 points.

Kay McKenzie, wife of a squadron missile staff officer and mother of two boys, opened a league game with three spares, then rolled eight straight strikes for a 266 and a 703 three-game series at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. Kay's regular bowling average is 168.

James Prigoff, 40, of New Rochelle, N.Y., won his seventh National Squash Tennis Championship, defeating Pedro Bacallao of Forest Hills, N.Y. 15-9, 17-18, 15-11, 12-15, 15-5 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Prigoff, the defending champion, gained his first title in 1960.

David Laing, 18, of South Hadley, Mass., who has been diving competitively for only four years, swept the Western Massachusetts, state and New England diving championships and was named a scholastic All-America after an honorable mention last year.

Dave Farago, 19, a 5'11" center from Fort Francis, Ont., scored 95 points when he made 55 goals and had 40 assists to lead his Dartmouth College freshman hockey team to an 18-5 record this season against other New England freshman and prep-school teams.

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