Dausman, 29, consultant to a public accounting firm, wheeled and dealed his way to first place in the sixth U.S. Monopoly Championships. He survived play against 50 state, four regional titlists and the 1981 champion to win the crown.
This is an article from the Nov. 29, 1982 issue
JAMAEL L. JAMES
Jamael, 13, an eighth-grader at Chickasha Junior High, amassed 5,372 yards and 31 touchdowns during the 16 games of the 1981 and '82 seasons. Averaging 335.6 yards in all-purpose rushing, he scored on 11 runs of 75 or more yards.
Dion, a senior at Shawnee Mission North High and a pool player for a little more than a year, went undefeated against four other regional champs in round-robin play to win the girls' division of a national high school 8-ball championship.
Heyes, 66, swam 12,972 laps of a 25-meter pool—some 200 miles—over an eight-month period to become the first swimmer to complete a Swim Lake Ontario fitness program. Heyes has swum more than 1,700 miles in the last seven years.
David, 18, a Northfield-Mount Hermon senior, ran his school's 2.55-mile cross-country course in 13.29 minutes to break Frank Shorter's 18-year-old course record of 13.40 in the Big Red's 22-36 triumph over Phillips Academy, Andover.
Hendrix, 35, has coached the Loves Park Harlem High girls' softball team to a 140-13 record since 1972, including 22-2 this year. Her Huskies have won 14 league, district and regional titles and were 25-0 and state champs in 1980.