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FACES IN THE CROWD

May 19, 1980
May 19, 1980

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May 19, 1980

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FACES IN THE CROWD

GAIL SCRIBER
LEONARDTOWN, MD.
Gail, a senior at Leonardtown High, established a girls' state indoor high-jump record of 5'6" at the state championships in Towson. A 5'11" center, she also led her school to the Southern Maryland Conference girls' basketball title.

This is an article from the May 19, 1980 issue Original Layout

SCOTT BRADLEY
ESSEX FELLS, N.J.
Scott, a sophomore third baseman at North Carolina, hit safely in 30 consecutive games to set a single-season ACC record. He is batting at a .386 clip, with 10 homers and 62 RBIs and is the conference's Player of the Year.

KAREN STANLEY
CLAREMONT, CALIF.
Karen, an 18-year-old forward, paced the Claremont Pelicans to a 12-0 record and the American Youth Soccer Organization Southern California title. She scored 10 playoff goals, including all four in a 4-3 championship-game win.

RON ELLIOTT
BALLY, PA.

CHARLES CRESSMAN
QUAKERTOWN, PA.

Cressman, a 46-year-old owner of a propane-gas business, and Elliott, a 34-year-old truck mechanic, defeated 12 other pairs to win the National Team Dart Championships in Las Vegas. Representing the Middle Atlantic region, Cressman and Elliott, who trained at the Iron Kettle bar in Bally and the Brick Tavern in Quakertown, beat the top-seeded team of Andy Green and Jody Simpkins, the Southern California representatives, three legs (or matches) to two in the final round of "501" competition.

HARLEY MAYNARD
LEBANON, OHIO
Maynard, 24, an arm-wrestler, won the lightweight (151-165 pounds) title at the National Stand-Up Championships in Rockville, Md. He defeated five opponents, including Harvey Frank of Newport News, Va. in the finals.

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