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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 27, 1982
Sept. 27, 1982

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Sept. 27, 1982

The Strike
The Steelers
Notre Dame
Robin Yount
Baseball
TV/Radio
Soccer
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JENNIFER SORIANO
SEATTLE
Jennifer, a June alumna of Blanchet High, pitched every game for the Braves girls' softball team in the last three years, running up a 74-5 record, winning league and district titles each year and finishing fifth, third and first at the state tournament.

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JAY BIRMINGHAM
JACKSONVILLE
Birmingham, 37, a junior high science teacher, ran from Fort Kent, Maine to Key West in 47 days, five hours to break Richard Innamorato's 1976 record for the 2,254-mile Eastern Seaboard run by 24 days. Birmingham averaged 47.2 miles a day.

SHIRLEY EVANS
DETROIT

YVETTE SMILEY
DETROIT
Shirley, 12, and Yvette, 10, both members of the Motor City Track Club, brought home six national championships between them at the TFA nationals in St. Louis. In girls' 12-and-under competition Shirley won the 200-meter (25.5) and 400-meter (58.9) dashes and ran first leg on the winning 4 x 100 relay team (52.9). Yvette, competing in the 10-and-under category, was first in the 100 (13.5) and 200 (28.5) and anchored the winning 4 x 100 relay team (59.2).

TABARE RAMOS
HARRISON, N.J.
Tab, at 15 by far the youngest team member, scored the winning goal at 5:00 of overtime to lead the U.S. junior (under-19) soccer squad to a 3-1 semifinal upset of Guatemala in the World Youth Cup qualifying tournament in Guatemala City.

JAY GRATE
KENDALLVILLE, IND.
Jay, a 1982 graduate of East Noble High, had a senior-year pitching record of 13-1, with a 0.51 ERA, and stole 26 bases in 28 attempts. Over four years he went 31-4, with 390 strikeouts in 242 innings, and batted .421, with 102 RBIs.

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