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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 12, 1978
June 12, 1978

Table of Contents
June 12, 1978

Playoffs
Red Baron
Ken Norton
Funseth
Baseball
Motor Sports
Horse Racing
Boating
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TOMMY ROSCOE
MILLRY, ALA.
A pitcher and first baseman for Millry High, Roscoe, 17, had an 18-2 record for a 23-3 team, including a no-hitter and 150 strikeouts in 100 innings. His ERA was 0.24. Moreover, he led the team in hitting, with a .395 average.

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CHRIS SHEA
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.
Chris, 17, a senior at Port Washington High, set a high school girls' record for the one-mile walk with a 7:10.8, the second-fastest in the world for women. She also broke the U.S. high school record for 5,000 meters with a 26:16.8.

MIKE WILHITE
OAKLAND, CALIF.
Not many athletes can say they broke one of Lou Gehrig's records, but Wilhite, a Columbia University senior outfielder, can. His school-record eight home runs in a single season surpassed Gehrig's 55-year-old record of seven.

JAMIE PLANCK
PROSPECT, KY.
A freshman at Sweet Briar (Va.) College, Planck took top honors in the National Invitational Collegiate Riding Championship. She also won four classes in a meet sponsored by the Virginia Federation of Intercollegiate Sports for Women.

DAVID KRAUS
SHIPPENSBURG, PA.
David, a senior at Shippensburg High, won his second consecutive Pennsylvania high school tennis singles championship. He has had 28 victories and only one defeat in his three-year career, and also won two straight district titles.

CATHY PFLUEGER
MIAMI
Cathy, 14, won the Junior Master Angler class at the Metropolitan South Florida Fishing Tournament. She caught a 162-pound, eight-ounce shark in the six-pound-test-line category and a 29-pound, four-ounce kingfish in the plug-casting category.

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