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FACES IN THE CROWD

Aug. 09, 1976
Aug. 09, 1976

Table of Contents
Aug. 9, 1976

The Montreal Olympics
Baseball
Boomer Sooner
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Departments

FACES IN THE CROWD

MARK JAROSZ
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.
The first swimmer ever to hold three New York state high school records simultaneously (100 freestyle, 47.2; 200 free, 1:43.2; and 500 free, 4:40.2), Mark, 19, a high school All-America, was voted State Swimmer of the Year.

This is an article from the Aug. 9, 1976 issue

RHONDA SCHWANDT
LOS ALAMITOS, CALIF.
The youngest member of a four-girl gymnastics team from California, 13-year-old Rhonda individually won two gold medals and two silvers and her team won the bronze at the World High School Games in Orléans. France.

ROBERT McNAMARA
EDINA, MINN.
The first Masters racquet-ball player to score a grand slam, McNamara, a 45-year-old businessman, won both the International and National Association Masters Singles titles and then the Canadian Open championship in Edmonton, Canada.

DOUG BEECHLER
WILLIAMSTOWN, N.J.
During a junior tournament at the Pitman Country Club, Doug, 14, had two eagles, nine birdies and 11 one-putt greens for a course-record 58. He had a 33 for the first nine and 25 on the back nine of the par-71, 6,000-yard layout.

SUSAN RUSSO
TULSA
Leading her team to a 15-0 season record and the Fourth Grade Girls' Fast Pitch Softball City championship, Susan, 10. allowed only 14 hits in seven games, pitched a no-hitter, had a one-hitter with 15 strikeouts and batted .893.

JAMES ETTARI
BRENTWOOD, N.Y.
During the Junior Police Olympics on Randalls Island, N.Y., James, 15, won two gold medals when he put the shot 56' 7½" and threw the 1,000-gram junior discus 138 feet. He also earned a silver medal in the 880-yard relay.

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