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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 09, 1981
Feb. 09, 1981

Table of Contents
Feb. 9, 1981

No. 1
Sunkist Track
Boxing
Pro Basketball
College Basketball
Baseball
Florida
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TERRI WEISHAAR
VANCOUVER, WASH.
Weishaar, 31, the girls' volleyball coach at Ridge-field High, guided the Spudders to a 14-0 season and a second-place finish in the state tournament. In her seven years, her teams have gone 81-0 in league play and won two state titles.

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TROY NOSEWORTHY
WESTON, ONTARIO
Troy, 7, has scored 16 goals and assisted on nine others to lead Humber-view to a 14-3 record in the North York ice-hockey league, in which most competitors are 9 years old. The 4'1", 51-pound wing is the youngest player in the Toronto area.

SANDY STEINMEYER
INCLINE VILLAGE, NEV.
Sandy, 16, represented the U.S. in the Australian Alpine championships and beat 20 members of the Aussie ski team to become the youngest Australian combined champion ever. She also won that country's junior Alpine combined title.

MIKE WALL
SUSANVILLE, CALIF.
Mike, 12, won the National Junior Olympics 11-and 12-year-old cross-country title in Cheyenne with a time of 10:18.7 for the 3,000-meter course. He also holds The Athletics Congress age-group crown, which he won with a clocking of 10:26.8.

LINDA PAGE
PHILADELPHIA
Linda, a 5'11" senior guard at Murrell Dobbins Tech, scored 87 points in a 112-25 win over Roxborough High. With the Lady Mustangs running up a 9-0 record, she has hit 63% of her shots from the field and averaged 51 points per game.

DAVE DOBSON
MT. VERNON, OHIO
Dobson, 26, an electrician, bowled three 300 games in less than six weeks. On Dec. 9 he rolled the first perfect game of his life at the Redskin Lanes, followed by 300s on Dec. 12 at the Tilton Lanes and on Jan. 20 at Redskin.

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