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FACES IN THE CROWD

May 04, 1981
May 04, 1981

Table of Contents
May 4, 1981

Sixers-Celtics
Fernando Fever
Too Tall
Caddies
Flytier
TV/Radio
Baseball
Boxing
Hockey
Gerry Cooney
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

SALLY CASALE
BEAVERTON, ORE.
Casale, 26, an electronics technician, bowled an 815 series—288, 259, 268—at Valley Lanes in Beaverton. It was the best sanctioned score in the nation by a woman during the 1980-81 season and ranks fourth on the WIBC alltime list.

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BENNIE ANDERS
BERNICE, LA.
Bennie, a 6'5" senior guard at Bernice High, averaged 29.2 points and 11.9 rebounds a game to lead the Bears to a 29-4 regular-season record and a 59-48 victory over Oak Grove High in the state Class A championship basketball game.

KAREN ANDREWS
SAN DIEGO
Andrews, 21, a pitcher for the UCLA women's fast-pitch Softball team, went 29 innings—and threw 316 pitches—to beat Texas A&M 2-1. At week's end she was 12-1 with a 0.50 ERA in 1981. She has had seven no-hitters in her college career.

SCOTT KELLY
VELVA, N. DAK.
Scott, a junior wrestler at Velva High, decisioned Darwin Dewald of Napoleon 13-0 at the state Class B meet to win his third consecutive 185-pound championship. He has also won 67 straight matches and has a career record of 90-4.

JULIE MOODY
KENMORE, N.Y.
Julie, 13, beat Beth Larsen of Fremont, Calif. 11-1, 11-8 in San Jose to win her second straight girls' 13-and-under national badminton title. She also won the doubles (with Beth) and the mixed doubles (with Joel Goldstein of Flint, Mich.).

DANFORTH HAGLER
AUGUSTA, GA.
Danforth, 19, a forward for the Culver (Ind.) Military Academy polo squad, scored 12 goals to lead Culver to a 20-10 victory over The Polo Club of Chicago youth team and its second consecutive U.S. interscholastic championship.

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