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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 04, 1978
Sept. 04, 1978

Table of Contents
Sept. 4, 1978

Soccer Bowl
Swimming
Pro Football '78
Baseball
Dogs
  • By E. M. Swift

    Winner of 36 of 42 races in one year and a record $128,397 in purses, a wondrous greyhound named Downing is retiring to become the sport's only syndicated stud

Staubach
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MIKE FLORES
HOUSTON

This is an article from the Sept. 4, 1978 issue Original Layout

MARC SPRAGUE
PORTLAND, ORE.

Mike, a 13-year-old eighth-grader at Seton Catholic Junior High, and Marc, a 14-year-old freshman at Madison High, won their third and fourth consecutive titles, respectively, at the recently completed World Schoolboy Wrestling Championships in Albuquerque. Mike, the Grand National freestyle champion, won all three of his bouts by pin to win the 70.5-pound title. Marc, the Western National freestyle titlist, pinned Chris Manhire of Canada in the finals to win the 99-pound title.

KENYA FINCH
FOREST PARK, GA.
Kenya, a 15-year-old sophomore at Forest Park High, led the East Point Volettes Softball team to an undefeated record and the national girls' (13 to 15) slow-pitch tournament title in York, Pa. In six games she hit .500, with four home runs.

CARRIE DUCKWORTH
INDIANAPOLIS
Carrie, 14, a freshman at Franklin Central High School, won the girls' weight-lifting division at the National Explorer Olympics in Fort Collins, Colo. The events included the military lift, the bench press, the leg press and pull-ups.

DWAYNE HALL
PHOENIX
At the AAU Region X Junior Olympic meet in Boise, Idaho, Dwayne won the 10-to-11 age group 100-yard dash (11.5) and the 220 (26.4), and anchored the winning 440 relay team. He is unbeaten this year in AAU meets.

JULIE JANKE
WINLOCK, WASH.
Julie, a 14-year-old freshman at Mt. St. Helen's High School, defeated 12 competitors to win the women's World Logrolling Championship in Hayward, Wis. She won three matches, defeating Missy Sayklly of Escanaba, Mich. in the finals.

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