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FACES IN THE CROWD

Aug. 08, 1983
Aug. 08, 1983

Table of Contents
Aug. 8, 1983

The Pirates
The Steelers
Doug Rader
Colin Jones
Henry Marsh
Boating
Howard Cosell
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MIKE LUTZ
BEL AIR, MD.
Mike, 12, contributed 42 points and tight defensive play to lead the Bel Air Recreation Council lacrosse team to a 12-1 record. In the league championship game, he scored four goals and had two assists in an 11-0 rout of Cockeysville.

This is an article from the Aug. 8, 1983 issue Original Layout

ROBIN DOLAN
COCOA BEACH, FLA.
Robin, a junior at Cocoa Beach High, reached the state girls' high school tennis finals one year after she switched from playing righthanded to left because of tennis elbow. Robin never lost a set en route to her 17-0 regular-season record.

DAVID BRUNDAGE
SALEM, ORE.
David, 18, who graduated in June from McKay High, played on the state-metro basketball, football and baseball Class AAA all-star teams this summer. The last player chosen for the three all-star events was Celtics Guard Danny Ainge in 1977.

OSCAR MOORE
GLASSBORO, N.J.
Moore, 45, a 1964 U.S. Olympian in the 5,000 meters, coached Glassboro State's track and field team to its fourth straight NCAA Division III championship, a division record. Moore was Coach of the Year for the fourth time as well.

KELLY MADDEN
DORCHESTER, MASS.
Kelly, 15, won both the 15-and 16-year-old 1,500 and 3,000 meters at the TAC Age Group Nationals, the third straight year she had won in both distances. Her Junior Cross-country title in 1981 gives her a total of seven national titles.

JIM CONNELL
EAGLE, IDAHO
Connell, a 55-year-old mining engineer, never allowed a goal while playing center fullback for the M-K Strikers. He led the team to a 10-2 season record and first place in the Senior League of the Southern Idaho Soccer Association.

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