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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 11, 1977
July 11, 1977

Table of Contents
July 11, 1977

Wimbledon
Frank Tanana
Baseball
Basketball
Horse Racing
Soccer
Nifty Vacations
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JEREMY EDMONDS
TOLLAND, CONN.
A freshman at Tolland High, Jeremy set state sectional records in the 220 (25.3) and 440 (58.8). She led the Eagles to a 12-1 season, going undefeated in her specialties and anchoring Tolland's undefeated mile and two-mile relay teams.

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ANTHONY TUFARIELLO
HEWLETT, N.Y.
A senior at George Hewlett High, Anthony ran 400 meters in 46.09 at the Junior National AAU championships in Knoxville, Tenn., a U.S. high school record for automatic timing. Anthony was undefeated in 15 meets this season.

MILTON KATZENBERG
TUCSON
Katzenberg, 92, shot a one-over-par 28 on the back nine of the par-3 Cliff Valley Golf Course in Tucson. Katzenberg, who plays golf and swims every day, had eight pars and one bogie en route to the lowest round he ever played.

ROXANNE ABRAMOUSKI
GROSSE ISLE, MICH.
Roxanne, 17, led Grosse Isle High to a 33-0 season and the Class B state girls' softball championship, pitching a three-hitter against South Haven in the final. She had a 31-0 record (57-1 over two years), an 0.75 ERA and batted .426.

CHRIS DORST
ATHERTON, CALIF.
Dorst, 21, led Stanford to a 20-2 water polo season and the NCAA championship. A 6'4" goalie, he allowed an average of 4.1 goals per game during the season and 6.3 in the playoffs and was MVP of both the Pac 8 and the NCAA tournament.

CARL HURLEBAUS
BETHESDA, MD.
Carl, 18, was All-Conference in the three sports he competed in for the Landon School this year. He was a linebacker in football, wrestled at 185 pounds, and, as a rightfielder, led the league with a .500 batting average.

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