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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 20, 1981
April 20, 1981

Table of Contents
April 20, 1981

Masters
Dave Winfield
Danny Ainge
Mayer
DMSO
Swimming
Pro Basketball
Hearns
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TOM VANIDESTINE
BANGOR, MAINE
Vanidestine, a sophomore outfielder for the University of Maine, hit five consecutive doubles in a 15-9 loss to Miami to set an NCAA Division I record. The previous mark of four doubles in a game was shared by three players.

This is an article from the April 20, 1981 issue

JOEL BRAATZ
WAUSAU, WIS.

JANIS HORNS
EDINA, MINN.

Braatz, 24, and Horns, 20, won the men's and women's divisions at the three-day Yukon Jack World Snowshoe Championship race in Wisconsin. An insurance actuary, Braatz defeated two-time winner Barney Klecker by 12½ minutes, completing the 83-mile course between Superior and Rice Lake in 11:19:12. Horns, a junior predental student at the University of Minnesota and Klecker's fiancèe, finished in 14:50:40 to break by 2:36:16 the women's mark set last year by Joyce Haugen.

FELICIA HILL
TOLEDO
Felicia, 14, a 5'5" forward for Old West End Junior High, got 24.2 points and 14.6 rebounds a game to pace the Golden Bears to both an undefeated season (17-0) and a City League championship for the second year in a row.

DOUGLAS NAIMO
PORTLAND, ORE.
Doug, 17, a center on the Jesuit High ice hockey team, scored five goals in a 10-2 victory over Sunset High, three of them in a span of 28 seconds in the second period. He had 27 goals for the season to help lead the Crusaders to a 20-5-1 record.

ROBERT NIEMAN
SAN ANTONIO
Nieman, 33, an architect, won the men's individual title at the U.S. Invitational Modern Pentathlon meet. He placed first in the 300-meter swim and in pistol shooting, fourth in fencing, 21st in the equestrian event and 32nd in the 4-km. run.

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