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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 10, 1983
Jan. 10, 1983

Table of Contents
Jan. 10, 1983

Reggie Theus
Joe DeFalco
Pro Football
College Basketball
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

KATE MARTIN
WOBURN, MASS.
Martin, a senior All-America forward on Harvard's field hockey team, broke the school career scoring record with 33 goals in 60 games. Last year, she co-captained the Crimson basketball squad and started on the lacrosse team.

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BURT CALL
MISSION VIEJO, CALIF.
Burt, a junior quarterback at Capistrano Valley High, completed 19 of 25 passes for 337 yards and a CIF regional-record seven TDs as the Cougars beat Laguna Hills 63-13. For the season he was 151 for 251 for 2,095 yards and 20 touchdowns.

MICHELE RICHARDSON
MIAMI
Michele, 13, swam the 500-yard freestyle in 4:45.22 to break Tracy Caulkins' national prep school record of 4:48.55, set in 1980. She is ranked in the world's top 15 freestylers in the 1,500 (fourth), 800 (10th) and 400 meters (14th).

MICHAEL BIANCHI
ROCHESTER, N.Y.
Michael, 12, scored 121 goals and had 33 assists to lead the Greece Express to a 37-1 record and the New York State West Youth Soccer Association Under-12 Cup. His season's goal total is one of the highest ever recorded in the U.S.

EVA MURRAY
CHICAGO
Eva, a 5'7" senior at Mother McAuley High, won all-state honors as the Mighty Macs went 48-0 and won the Illinois AA girls' volleyball title. She converted 92% of her kill opportunities to help McAuley stretch its win streak to 138 matches.

GARY ANDREW
CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
Andrew, 30, a math teacher, has coached Chapel Hill High cross-country teams to six state titles in the past four years, the boys winning in 1979 through '82 and the girls in '80 and '81. His teams have a dual-meet record of 50-1.

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