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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 03, 1978
July 03, 1978

Table of Contents
July 3, 1978

World Cup
Up In Arms
Oklahoma State
Wilkins And Feuerbach
Rambling Willie
Baseball
Racquetball
  • Marty Hogan, famed as the best player never to win the national championship, had run out of excuses when he took the court for his fourth try at the title

Horse Racing
Jim Bouton
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MARK and TODD McCALLISTER
DEERFIELD, Ill.
Mark and Todd, 18-year-old twins who recently graduated from Deerfield High, were two of the top prep middle-distance runners in the country. Mark won the mile at the Atlanta Track Classic, running the distance in 4:10.9, with Todd second in 4:11.2. In the Golden West Invitational mile in Sacramento, Todd came in second in 4:08.3 and Mark was fifth in 4:10.9, their personal records. Heretofore inseparable, Todd will attend North Carolina and Mark will go to Duke—12 miles away.

This is an article from the July 3, 1978 issue Original Layout

SUE RICE
NEWBURYPORT, MASS.
As a senior at Newburyport High, Sue pitched the Clippers to their second straight Cape Ann Athletic League softball title. In four years she was 44-9 with 258 strikeouts and she pitched in every game beginning in her freshman year.

DONALD WARNER
YORK, PA.
Warner, 19, broke three of his own American records in the 132-pound division at the AAU national senior weight-lifting championships in York. He set records in the snatch (242 pounds), the clean and jerk (303) and in total lift (545).

BONNIE DE BOER
ROCK VALLEY, IOWA
Bonnie, a May graduate of Western Christian High School, won the 100 meters (12.1), the 200 (24.7), the long jump (18'6") and anchored the Indians' 400-meter relay team to victory at the state girls track meet in Des Moines.

KEN DAHL
PEEKSKILL, N.Y.
As a senior midfielder at Walter Panas High, Ken helped the Panther lacrosse team reach the finals of the Westchester-Putnam County tournament. The two-time High School All-America had 108 goals and 78 assists in three seasons.

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