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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 21, 1977
Feb. 21, 1977

Table of Contents
Feb. 21, 1977

Olympics
No Honeymoon
Lee Kemp
Amateur Night
College Basketball
Hunting
Hockey
Golf
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

SHARON SCHREYER
LOGANSPORT, IND.
Averaging 31 points, seven rebounds, six steals and three assists per game, Sharon has led the Lewis Cass High girls' basketball team to a 15-0 record this season. She holds the school single-game scoring record of 46 points.

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GREG THOMPSON
WEST HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.
Greg, 16, is the first high school junior to clear seven feet in indoor competition. In the St. Francis Prep Games, the 6'1" high-jumper went over the bar at 7' on his first attempt, breaking the record of 6'11½" set in 1974.

PHILLIP DOERFLER
OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA.
A 6'1" senior guard for the St. Mary's High basketball team, Phillip set a school record by scoring 58 points in an 87-37 win over Okemah High. He is the state's leading scorer with a 37.7-point average, and has scored more than 1,000 career points.

LARRY JOHNSON
FERNLEY, NEV.
A junior at Fernley High, Larry raced to his third consecutive Class A state cross-country championship, covering the 2½-mile European-type course in 13:06. Last year he also won the state one-and two-mile track championships.

ROWLAND SYLVESTER
PORTLAND, ORE.
A 22-year-old electronics technician, Sylvester won the first North American Invitational Barrel-Jumping championship held in Grossinger, N.Y. Competing against five Americans and six Canadians, he jumped 16 barrels for a distance of 25'9".

LISA VICK
SPRINGFIELD. ILL.
Lisa, 10, a member of the Springfield U.S.A. swim team, won nine events at the Parkway Swim Club A-B Winter Invitational in St. Louis. She set meet records in the 100-yard individual medley (1:10.65) and in the 50 freestyle (27.8).

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