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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 28, 1980
April 28, 1980

Table of Contents
April 28, 1980

Boston Marathon
  • Bill Rodgers (above) tied the record with a third straight Boston Marathon victory, but who was first to finish the full distance among the women was open to question

NBA Playoffs
The Roses
Pacific Select
Baseball
Pro Football
Track & Field
19hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

SCOTT MORNINGSTAR
LISBON, IOWA
Scott, a 5'8" senior wrestler at Lisbon High, completed his four years of varsity competition with a 115-1-1 record and I state championships at 98, 105, 119 and 126 pounds. This season he led the Lions to a class 1A I state title.

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WAYNE LYNUMN
CHICAGO
Lynumn, 23, a phys ed instructor for the Chicago Park District and a bantamweight Golden Gloves boxer, decisioned Paul DeVorce to win his third Chicago-New York championship. Last month he won his seventh consecutive Chicago title.

BOB PETERS
BEMIDJI, MINN.
Peters, 42, the hockey coach at Bemidji State, has guided the Beavers to a five-year record of 125-28-4 and berths in five NAIA tournaments. They won national titles in 1979 and '80. His collegiate record is 333-116-10.

DICKY BEAL
COVINGTON, KY.
Dicky, a 5'11" senior point guard, led the Holmes High basketball team to a 33-3 record and the semifinals of the state tournament with 25.5 points, 8.3 assists and 5.6 rebounds a game. He will attend the University of Kentucky in the fall.

HEIDI SKADEN
SACRAMENTO

HEIKE SKADEN
SACRAMENTO

Heidi, a 42-year-old sales representative who took up long-distance running four years ago, placed first in the women's 40-49 age group in the Bidwell Classic Marathon in Chico, Calif. with a time of 3:23:57. Her daughter Heike, a junior at Encina High and a member of the Buffalo Chips running club, won the women's open division with a clocking of 2:46:57, 11 seconds off the national record for a 17-year-old. In two recent high school meets she ran a 9:48.8 3,000 meters and a 4:49.8 mile.

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