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FACES IN THE CROWD

May 24, 1982
May 24, 1982

Table of Contents
May 24, 1982

The Islanders
NBA Playoffs
Sugar Ray Leonard
Indy Qualifying
The Red Sox
Pro Football
Baseball
TV/Radio
Track & Field
Horse Racing
Navratilova
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

TARJA KOHO
LAHTI, FINLAND
Koho, a freshman at Guilford (N.C.) College, won 24 consecutive tennis matches for the Quakers this season without the loss of a set. At the NAIA District 26 tournament, she won the singles championship and was named MVP.

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PUNTUS WILSON
DALLAS

ANTHONY (SPUD) WEBB
DALLAS
Wilson, a 6'4" sophomore forward, and Webb, a 5'6" freshman guard, averaged 24.3 and 20.5 points a game, respectively, to lead Midland (Texas) College to a 34-4 record and the national junior college basketball championship. Wilson, the MVP of the national tournament, has accepted a grant-in-aid from Arizona for next fall. Webb scored a game-high 36 points in Midland's 93-88 win over Miami Dade-North in the title game and despite his size had about 40 dunks this season.

CLEMENTE ALVEAR
QUEENS, N.Y.
Clemente, who is a senior righthander at Bryant High, struck out 20 batters in pitching a seven-inning 11-0 no-hit victory over Queens Vocational. For the season Clemente has a 3-1 record, with 57 strikeouts in 30 innings.

PHILIP STORY
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA.
Philip, a senior at Spruce Creek High, won the Florida high school 220-pound-class weightlifting title with a bench press of 395 pounds and a clean and jerk of 335 pounds. His combined lift of 730 pounds is the best ever by a Florida high-schooler.

JACK GEOGHEGAN
RYE, N.Y.
Geoghegan, a lawyer, became the first 40-year-old to swim the 100-yard freestyle in less than 50 seconds (49.73), at the Eastern Regional Masters meet in Bridgewater, N.J. He shattered his own one-week-old age-group (40-44) record of 50.53.

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