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FACES IN THE CROWD
October 26, 1970
Mrs. Roberta Harper, 76, teamed up to win the women's and mixed doubles titles of the Trenton (N.J.) Country Club and reached the semifinals of the women's singles. Her first club championship, for women's singles, was won back in 1924.
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October 26, 1970

Faces In The Crowd

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Mrs. Roberta Harper, 76, teamed up to win the women's and mixed doubles titles of the Trenton ( N.J.) Country Club and reached the semifinals of the women's singles. Her first club championship, for women's singles, was won back in 1924.

Art Kennedy of St. Louis, piloting his McCall speed boat in excess of 95 mph, went on to capture first place honors over a field of 20 challengers, in the Class S competition of the American Power Boat Association's Governor's Cup regatta at Morris, Ill.

Frank Conner of Peru, Ind. established a state high school record by kicking four consecutive field goals, the two longest from 33 yards, as Oak Hill defeated North Miami 53-0 for its 14th straight win. Over two seasons Conner has made nine of 10 attempts.

Scott Ittersagen of Flossmoor, Ill., who led his Homewood-Flossmoor High golf team to its first state championship earlier this year, won four individual state junior golf titles over the summer months, including the Illinois State Junior Open.

Cindy Joyner of Spring Mills, Pa. has ridden her quarter horse Tobano Daisy to seven All-Around Youth Activity titles and a Reserve All-Around championship in the nine American Quarter Horse Association shows she has entered so far this year.

Jon Helder of West Ottawa High in Holland, Mich. set an Ottawa-Kent League football record by rushing for 325 yards in 21 carries in a single game. He is also a member of the 200-yard medley relay swim team that holds the state Class B record of 1:46.8.

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