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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 05, 1982
April 05, 1982

Table of Contents
April 5, 1982

NCAA Basketball
NCAA Swimming
Tom Kite
Stanley Floyd
Tom McMillen
Baseball
Horse Racing
Wheaties
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

CATHIE TWOMEY
EUGENE, ORE.

This is an article from the April 5, 1982 issue

NANCY CONZ
EASTHAMPTON, MASS.
Twomey, 25, a consultant for Nike, won the women's 20-km. Nagoya-Chunichi road race in Japan in 1:06:52, surpassing the world-best mark of 1:08:22 set by Allison Roe of New Zealand last year. Twomey was ranked fifth in the world in the women's 5,000 meters last year. Conz, 24, a sales-clerk in a shoe store, won a women's 20-km. road race in Washington, D.C. in 1:09:30, taking one minute and nine seconds off her previous American record.

TERENCE JACKSON
UNIONTOWN, PA.
Jackson, a 5'9" senior at Uniontown High, ranks seventh on the alltime list of high school high jumpers, having leaped 7'½". Last year he won the Pennsylvania state high school high-jumping title for the second consecutive year.

TIM BARTH
ADDISON, ILL.
Barth, 25, a mechanical engineer, broke the ABC five-game tournament record of 1,303 set by Pat Dickey in 1978 by bowling games of 300, 255, 267, 289 and 274 for a total of 1,385 at the Stardust Bowl Singles Tournament in Addison.

TERRY ALLEN
JUPITER, FLA.
Terry, a 5'5" junior center forward on the Jupiter High girls' soccer team, led her conference in scoring with 42 goals, pacing the Warriors to a 20-2 record. Last spring she hit .436 and led the school's softball team to a 22-3 record.

JOHN NIMICK
NARBERTH, PA.
Nimick, 23, a part-time cable TV salesman, won the U.S. National Men's Squash Racquets Championship in Washington, D.C., defeating Kenton Jernigan 15-10, 16-15, 4-15 and 15-11. A week earlier, he had won the Canadian National title.

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