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FACES IN THE CROWD
October 23, 1978
GREGG SEARLESST. PAULGregg, a halfback, at 4'9" and 95 pounds the smallest member of the Lang-ford Park midget football team, gained 230 yards on 19 carries in a 26-0 win over North Dale Playground. The 14-year-old eighth-grader also scored all 26 points.
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October 23, 1978

Faces In The Crowd

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GREGG SEARLES
ST. PAUL
Gregg, a halfback, at 4'9" and 95 pounds the smallest member of the Lang-ford Park midget football team, gained 230 yards on 19 carries in a 26-0 win over North Dale Playground. The 14-year-old eighth-grader also scored all 26 points.

MIKE BREWER
PALO ALTO, CALIF.
Along with hitting .476 for Palo Alto's American Legion state runner-up team, Mike, 18, was 11-1 as a pitcher, with a 2.68 ERA in 94 innings. A sophomore, Mike is also a starting forward for the Foothill Junior College basketball team.

TERRI SUE WALTERS
KANSAS CITY, MO.
As a result of her performance in the International Arabian Horse Show in Vancouver, British Columbia, Terri Sue, now 18, was named Canadian champion in saddle-seat equitation. She is also the U.S. stock-seat equitation champion.

PETE NOTARO
BALTIMORE
With three goals and an assist in a 10-1 victory over Catholic University, Notaro became the leading career scorer in the history of Loyola College soccer. The senior has 71 goals and 20 assists and has scored in 43 of the 62 games he has started.

RUDY RUDISON
HOUSTON
Rudison, a 5'5" 160-pound senior halfback at Class 2-AA Marian Christian, broke the Texas one-game high school rushing record by 79 yards when he carried the ball 32 times for 599 yards in the Colts' 85-22 romp over Houston Memorial.

DAN MARTINAZZI
NANTY-GLO, PA.
Dan, 12, completed four years of Little League with a 27-0 pitching record that included a three-hitter, a two-hitter, a one-hitter and a no-hitter in all-star games. This year the seventh-grader also led his league in hitting with a .729 average.

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