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FACES IN THE CROWD

Oct. 11, 1982
Oct. 11, 1982

Table of Contents
Oct. 11, 1982

UCLAir
College Football
Pro Basketball
The Islanders
For The Record
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JERRY MATARAZZO
JUPITER, FLA.
Jerry, 12, struck out 318 of the 364 batters he faced in the 1981 and '82 North County Little League seasons. His 20-2 record over that span included eight no-hitters and 11 shutouts. He also batted .750 with 12 home runs.

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PAULINE WHITACRE
CANTON, OHIO
Whitacre, 55, a housewife and grandmother, defeated Sharon Kline, 22, one-up in 38 holes to win the Ohio Women's Golf Association Amateur Championship in Cincinnati. Whitacre also won the same title in 1962 and 1966.

SHANNON STONEKING
BURNSVILLE, MINN.
Shannon, a seventh-grader at Nicollet Junior High, led the Burnsville Bandits to their fourth straight 12-and-under state soccer title. A former fullback, she moved to striker in '82 and set team records (40 goals, 50 assists) in 37 games.

CHUCK CROMAR
SAN DIEGO
Cromar, 25, a truck driver for a beer distributor, batted .900 with seven RBIs to lead the Hot Rocks to a 19-13 victory and the men's open division crown in the three-man Over-The-Line softball world championships in San Diego.

BETH BATES
WILLIAMSBURG, KY.
Beth, a junior at Williamsburg High, kicked a PAT in the Yellowjackets' 32-0 win over Pineville High to become the first girl to score in a Kentucky high school football game. After having one kick blocked, she booted her team to a 30-0 lead.

PAT GLENN
PARKTON, N.C.
Pat, a senior quarterback and defensive back at Parkton High, ran for two TDs, threw for one, intercepted three passes and had 12 tackles in Parkton's 40-0 defeat of Chatham Central that broke a 53-game losing streak, longest in state history.

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