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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 26, 1982
April 26, 1982

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April 26, 1982

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FACES IN THE CROWD

PAUL NEVES
BROCKTON, MASS.
Neves, an MIT junior, won nine races ranging from 500 meters to one mile in pacing the Engineers to their best indoor season (10-0) in 85 years. At the New England intercollegiate championships, he won the 1,000-yard run in 2:08.3.

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SUE MELODY
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA

JUDY BAKER
MOOSE JAW, SASKATCHEWAN

Melody, a senior, and Baker, a sophomore, led Simon Fraser University, of Burnaby, British Columbia, to its second straight NAIA women's swimming and diving championship. Melody won five events, setting NAIA marks in the 200-meter free (2:08.30), 100 free (59.26), 1,500 free (14:11.09), 100 fly (1:06.02) and 200 backstroke (2:31.70). Baker also won five events in record time: 200 fly (2:16.86), 200 and 400 IM (2:21.73 and 4:55.06), 400 free (4:22.79) and 200 breaststroke (2:44.45).

KEVIN BURDINE
BILOXI, MISS.
Burdine, a senior righthander at Biloxi High, pitched a two-hitter and two consecutive no-hitters. He has a 7-0 record, an ERA of .82 and has struck out 91 batters in 51 innings to lead the Class AA Indians to the No. 1 ranking in the state.

STEVE BROWN
VAN NUYS, CALIF.
Brown, a 29-year-old water-meter reader, was the surprise winner of the Los Angeles Marathon. A former middle-distance man on the USC track team, he covered the course in 2:16:33, outracing a field of 1,000 other runners.

RONNIE REIS
CUPERTINO, CALIF.
Ronnie, a 6'4" 12-year-old at Stevens Creek Elementary, led his YBA-YMCA basketball team to a 9-0-1 season by averaging 36 points and 25 rebounds a game. Under YBA rules, each player may play only two quarters a game.

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