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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 09, 1979
April 09, 1979

Table of Contents
April 9, 1979

Olympic Village
Golf
Cross-Country
Hockey
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

PAUL STECK
SUMMIT, N.J.

This is an article from the April 9, 1979 issue Original Layout

TINA STECK
SUMMIT, N.J.

Paul and his sister Tina, both former YMCA national diving champions, won an intercollegiate title apiece this year. A 22-year-old senior at Cornell and an All-America, Paul was the Eastern Seaboard one-meter champion for the third straight time and became the first diver in 15 years to achieve a three-meter/one-meter double. A 21-year-old junior at Barnard College, Tina won the three-meter competition at the Ivy League championships for the second time in three years.

QUINTIN DAILEY
BALTIMORE
Dailey, 18, a high school All-America and Baltimore's Player of the Year, averaged 33.2 points and 11 rebounds for 27-5 Cardinal Gibbons High. The 6'4" senior hit 56% of his shots and had a three-year varsity total of 2,844 points.

TIM MERZWEILER
ALBUQUERQUE
Tim, a 132-pound wrestler at Sandia High, had 20 takedowns and 53 points in a match against Gadsden High. He finished his high school career with 58 straight wins and two state titles, taking the 126-pound division as a junior.

BABS LOMBARD
HALE CENTER, TEXAS

JOE LOMBARD
HALE CENTER, TEXAS

Babs, 28, and her husband Joe, 26, each coached a girls' basketball team to a Texas high school championship this year. Babs' Hale Center Owlettes had a 30-3 record and a 46-29 win over Rivercrest High in the Class A title game. The same day, Joe, who is in his first year of coaching, guided the Nazareth Swiftettes, who were 36-4, to a 46-43 victory over Weatherford Brock for the Class B championship. Their teams met once during the season, and his edged hers 33-32.

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