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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 05, 1979
Feb. 05, 1979

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Feb. 5, 1979

Larry Bird
Pro Tennis

FACES IN THE CROWD

JANET KARVONEN
NEW YORK MILLS. MINN.
Janet, a 6-foot junior at New York Mills High and holder of the Minnesota career basketball scoring record for girls (1,780 points), is averaging 31.3 points and 12 rebounds for the 8-1 Eagles, the state's No. 1-ranked Class A team.

This is an article from the Feb. 5, 1979 issue Original Layout

TOM HERMSTAD
SEAL BEACH. CALIF.
Hermstad, 39, water polo coach at Golden West CC for 13 years, this season coached the Rustlers to a 23-0 record and their second California Community College title. He has also coached the swimming team to six conference titles.

BILL HARVEY
HAMPTON BAYS. N.Y.
Bill, playing with only two teammates after four had fouled out during regulation play, scored 20 points in a three-minute overtime to lead Hampton Bays High to a 112-103 win over East-port. The 6-foot guard finished with 62 points.

STEFAN THYNELL
GOTEBORG, SWEDEN
Thynell, a West Virginia University junior, set a national collegiate record by scoring 1,178 out of a possible 1,200 points in small-bore three-position rifle competition at a meet in Morgantown. He was a member of Sweden's 1976 Olympic team.

GLENN DARDEN
FORT WORTH

GARY SPRAGUE
MIAMI
Darden and Sprague, sailing 420-class dinghies, led Tulane, the nation's fourth-ranked team, to an II-point victory over No. 3-ranked Texas in the Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate Regatta. A 21-year-old senior who in August had won the Mallory Cup, emblematic of the national men's keelboat championship. Darden had three firsts and a fourth on Lake Pontchartrain. A 19-year-old junior, Sprague had six firsts, one second, two thirds and an eighth and was the regatta's low-point skipper.

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