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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 31, 1978
July 31, 1978

Table of Contents
July 31, 1978

Yankee Turmoil
Karpov-Korchnoi
Dennis Conner
Money In Sports: Part 3
Baseball
Golf
Boxing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

KATHY VAN WYK
HOLLAND, MICH.
As a senior at Holland Christian High School, Kathy led the Maroons softball team to a 15-2 record and the 5-C Conference title. She had a 13-1 record, struck out 104 in 84 innings, had a 1.08 ERA and led the team in hitting (.470).

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WARD CRUMP
DARBY TOWNSHIP, PA.
While a senior at Darby Township High, Ward became the first athlete to win four gold medals at the state Class AA track meet. He won the 100-yard dash in 9.7, the 220 in 21.8 and anchored the winning 400-meter and mile relay teams.

GUERRY DUNCAN
TULSA, OKLA.
Guerry, a 14-year-old inside forward, paced the Tulsa Sooners to their sixth straight Shadow Mountain Club League soccer title and the state under-14 championship. The junior high school student scored a team-high 23 goals.

STEPHEN CRAM
JARROW, ENGLAND
Stephen, a student at Jarrow Springfield Comprehensive, set a world mile record for 17-year-olds during the Emsley Carr classic at Crystal Palace in London. His time of 3:57.4 was 1.6 seconds better than Jim Ryun's 1964 mark.

PAMELA HILL
BEAUMONT, TEXAS
As a senior at South Park High School, Pam defeated Jane Settree 6-3, 6-1 to win the state Class 3A singles tennis championship for the fourth straight year. She also was named to the All-State volleyball team for the third year in a row.

DANETTE
ONYEMELUKWE
E. ST. Louis, ILL.
Danette, 18, led the Lincoln High girls' track team to the state AA title, winning the 110-yard hurdles in 13.97 and the 220 hurdles in a state-record 28.2. She also ran on the mile relay team that broke the state record.

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