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FRESHMEN IN THE CROWD

Nov. 30, 1981
Nov. 30, 1981

Table of Contents
Nov. 30, 1981

The Jets
The Lakers
Washington
College Basketball 1981-82
College Basketball
College Football
Theater
UCLA
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FRESHMEN IN THE CROWD

DINKY PROCTOR
N. CAROLINA STATE
Proctor, a 6'3", 212-pound guard, averaged 25.6 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists last season in pacing Rutgers Prep to its second New Jersey Independent School crown in three years. He scored 40 in the title win over Wardlaw.

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TAMMY LARKEY
TENNESSEE
Larkey, a 6'5", 178-pound center, amassed 2,934 points during four years at Daniel Boone High in Gray, Tenn. to lead the Blazers to a 103-19 record. She was both the Tennessee girls' Player of the Year and a homecoming queen.

BILL WENNINGTON
ST. JOHN'S
Wennington, a 7-foot, 245-pound center from Montreal, averaged 18 points and 12 rebounds in 1980-81 for Long Island Lutheran in Brookville, N.Y. He averaged 12.1 points this summer for Canada at the World University Games.

DWAYNE JOHNSON
MARQUETTE
Johnson, a 6'6", 190-pound forward, averaged 25 points a game in two years at St. John's Military Academy in Delafield, Wis. and one at Mater Christi High in Long Island City, N.Y. He scored 30 or more points 12 times in 1980-81.

KIRSTEN CUMMINGS
LONG BEACH STATE
Cummings, a 6'3", 158-pound forward, was selected the California Interscholastic Federation's girls' Player of the Year last season after averaging 38 points and 16 rebounds a game for San Diego's Patrick Henry High School.

MARK ACRES
ORAL ROBERTS
Acres, a 6'10", 220-pound forward, averaged 24 points, 16 rebounds and six blocked shots a game last season for Palos Verdes (Calif.) High. He joins his brother, Jeff, who was the leading rebounder for Oral Roberts in 1980-81.

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