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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 06, 1981
April 06, 1981

Table of Contents
April 6, 1981

The Final Four
Cure The Blues
Molly Bolin
Cricket
Herb Odom
Road Racing
Tennis
College Basketball
Golf
Julius Erving
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TONY KISER
BALTIMORE
Tony, 17, led the Milford Mill High indoor track team to a state Class A co-championship by anchoring the victorious 880-yard and mile relay teams, winning the 60-yard hurdles (7.4) and placing second in the high jump (6'2").

This is an article from the April 6, 1981 issue

CINDY MALINOWSKI
WESTBROOK, CONN.
Cindy, a 5'5" senior guard at Westbrook High, finished her four-year varsity basketball career with 2,097 points—an average of 21.4 a game—the second-highest total in state history. The White Knights' record with her in the lineup was 84-14.

SCOTT HALLIBURTON
OLIVETTE, MO.

JIM HALLIBURTON
OLIVETTE, MO.
Scott, a freshman swimmer at Missouri, established a Big Eight record with a clocking of 1:50.55 in the 200-yard butterfly at the conference championship meet in Norman, Okla., lowering the mark of 1:50.66 achieved by Dave Estes of Kansas in 1978. The day before, Scott's older brother Jim, a senior at Indiana, had set a meet record of 48.84 in the 100-yard butterfly at the Big Ten championships in Milwaukee. He surpassed a record held by Mark Spitz, who swam a 49.4 for the Hoosiers in 1972.

FRANCES YOUNG
PINEHURST, N.C.
Young, an 82-year-old housewife and a 28-handicap golfer, got the first hole in one of her life on the 135-yard 9th hole of the Pinehurst Country Club's No. 3 course. She is believed to be the second-oldest woman ever to have shot an ace.

JOHN BROMAN
DULUTH
Broman, a 22-year-old land manager for a utilities company, won the 90-meter ski jump at a World Cup meet in Thunder Bay, Ontario with a leap of 118.5 meters. He is the first American to win a World Cup ski jump.

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