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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 19, 1982
April 19, 1982

Table of Contents
April 19, 1982

The Masters
Borg's Return
NBA: Playoff Preview
Craig Stadler
Baseball
Hockey
Track & Field
Swimming
Avalanche!
  • By William Oscar Johnson

    Snowslides such as this one in Pakistan and the one that recently killed seven people at a ski resort in California are among the most destructive and least understood forces in nature

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

KORY WRIGHT
ANCHORAGE

This is an article from the April 19, 1982 issue Original Layout

STEVE MacSWAIN
ANCHORAGE
Kory and Steve, both juniors and Ice-hockey line-mates at East Anchorage High, led the Thunderbirds to a 16-1-2 regular season record and the Anchorage High School Hockey Association championship. Steve, a right wing, was the league's No. 1 scorer with 55 goals and 49 assists for 104 points. Kory, a center, amassed 86 points on 37 goals and 49 assists. They both surpassed the previous league record of 69 points in a season. Steve broke the points mark with five games to play.

SUE STEDNITZ
SAN JOSE, CALIF.
Stednitz, a freshman at Utah, led the Utes to the NCAA women's gymnastics championship and edged teammate Christa Canary 37.2-37.1 for the all-around title. She won the beam, tied for fifth in the vault and was sixth in the floor exercise.

MILT JACKSON
FAIRFIELD, IOWA
Milt, 18, scored 19.8 points a game as a 6-foot guard on the Fairfield High basketball team and was named MVP of the Southeast Seven Conference. A co-president of the student body and All-Iowa end, he has a 3.95 grade point average.

KAREN MOORE
LINCOLN, NEB.
Karen, a junior at Northeast High, scored on a 72-foot, last-second shot in the girls' Class A state basketball title game, believed to be the longest goal ever made—by girl or boy—in the state tournament. Northeast still lost, 43-42, to Kearney.

GARY SQUIRES
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Squires, 25, won the 66th annual National Squash Tennis championship at the Yale Club in New York City in his first appearance in the tournament. His father, Dick, a four-time national finalist in the 1960s, was never able to win the crown.

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