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FACES IN THE CROWD

May 10, 1976
May 10, 1976

Table of Contents
May 10, 1976

Derby
Seven Days
Naber
Baseball
Wrestling
Braden
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

Layne Kopischka has coached the Laramie (Wyo.) Senior High boys' swim team to 22 straight victories and the girls' team to 36 consecutive wins. His boys' team had a 12-0 record and won the 1976 Eastern AA Conference title and the state championship.

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Joe Rothbauer, a senior at Lourdes Academy in Oshkosh, Wis., won his second straight Wisconsin Independent Schools heavyweight wrestling championship. His two-year career record: 51-1, with 43 pins. In football Rothbauer was first-team all-state at center.

Walter Schlothauer, a senior at Mentor (Ohio) High, holds all school soccer scoring records: game (five goals), season (23) and career (39). He has been all-Ohio first-team for two years and also was named to the high school All-America team.

Eileen Smith, 16, of Seaford, N.Y., won the 68th annual Race Walkers' Club of America's 10-mile walk on the Coney Island boardwalk. The only female entrant, Eileen finished with a corrected time of 1:37:12 to become the first girl ever to win the event.

Jay Reardon, a senior at Rockhurst High in Kansas City, Mo., set three records at the Washington High Relays, winning the long jump (25'1"), the triple jump (48'9¼") and the high jump (6'10"). Jay also was the leading scorer and rebounder in basketball.

Mark Schwabe, 23, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee sophomore, broke three scoring records with a 270 high game, a 731 three-game series and a 2,116 10-game total at the Association of College Unions-International Bowling Championships.

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