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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 29, 1979
Jan. 29, 1979

Table of Contents
Jan. 29, 1979

Super Bowl
Indoor Track
Morgan Wootten
College Basketball
Horse Racing
Pro Basketball
Boxing
Inner Jogging
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

KENNETH JOHNSON
GRANFIELD, OKLA.
Kenneth, a senior at Granfield High, scored a state record 105 points in the Bearcats' 120-65 win over Terral. The 6'1" guard hit 45 of 85 shots from the field and 15 of 16 from the line before leaving the 32-minute game with 5:23 to play.

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BRIAN LUDWIG
RANDALLSTOWN, MD.
Brian, 16, set a world record in duckpin bowling for boys 16-18 with a three-game-set score of 508. His 222 in the second game was also a world mark. Earlier his five-boy team set one-game (745) and three-game (2,159) world team records.

BARRY TOATES
BOSTON
Toates, a 29-year-old teaching pro, defeated Graham Hyland 3-6, 6-5, 6-4, 6-2 to win the U.S. Open Court Tennis title in New York City. The week before, he lost in the finals of the U.S. Professional Court Tennis championship.

CANDY YOUNG
BEAVER FALLS, PA.
Candy, a 16-year-old junior at Beaver Falls High School, won the women's 60-yard hurdles at the Philadelphia Track Classic. Her time of 7.07, a national high school girls' record, was .21 of a second off the world mark for women.

SAM BOWIE
LEBANON, PA.
Sam, a 7'1" Lebanon High senior and perhaps the prize of this year's class according to college basketball recruiters, is averaging 31.2 points, 19.5 rebounds and six blocked shots. Against West York, Sam had 45 points and 24 rebounds.

ALICIA McCONNELL
BROOKLYN
Alicia, a sophomore at Manhattan's Loyola School, beat Kathy Castle 15-4, 16-4, 15-7 in Newport, R.I. to win her second straight national under-16 squash racquets title. It was her third title in three weeks without the loss of a game.

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