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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 16, 1981
March 16, 1981

Table of Contents
March 16, 1981

The Big Ten
Milwaukee
UCLA Song Girls
Special Report: Boxing
Pro Basketball
Figure Skating
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

DEBBIE CLEM
BALTIMORE
Clem, 24, the girls volleyball coach at Catonsville High, guided the Comets to their second consecutive undefeated season (17-0) and a 15-1, 15-3 victory over Chesapeake High for the state title. Her record over five seasons is 57-6.

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LES HARDING
MERCER ISLAND, WASH.
Harding, 48, a nuclear-weapons engineer, defeated Dick Radloff 15-12, 15-10, 15-13, to win the 45-and-over championship at the U.S. Amateur squash tournament in Detroit. He holds five U.S. and two Canadian age-group titles.

AMY REED
ST. PAUL
Amy, a ninth-grader at Johnson High, set two Minnesota girls' high school swimming records at the state championship meet in Minneapolis. She won the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:07.30 and the 100-yard butterfly in 56.17.

DAVID BARTH
GLADSTONE, MO.
David, a senior wrestler at Park Hill High, led his team to the Missouri 4-A scholastic championship by winning all 36 of his matches, 21 of them on pins, and the state 138-pound title. In three varsity seasons he had a record of 91-3.

KATHY CORCORAN
WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H.
Kathy, a sophomore at the Holderness School, won three giant slaloms and was third and fourth in two slaloms to win the 16-and 17-year-old girls title at the Eastern Junior Alpine Skiing Championships on New York's Whiteface Mountain.

BOBBY THOMPSON
NEW ORLEANS
Bobby, a 6'1" senior point guard at Ganus High, scored 27 points in the Eagles' 62-58 state tournament loss to Fenton High to close out his four-year career with 3,182 points. Only 16 high schoolers in history have scored more.

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