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FACES IN THE CROWD

Jan. 23, 1984
Jan. 23, 1984

Table of Contents
Jan. 23, 1984

Mancini-Chacon
Sampson
Ski Team
The Masters
Super Bowl Preview
TV/Radio
The Sneaker War
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JOAN SCHOCKOW
SPENCERPORT, N.Y.
Schockow, a senior goalkeeper for the Cortland (N.Y.) State women's soccer team, was named to the AIAW Division I All-America team for the fourth straight year. The Red Dragons had 40 shutouts in 74 games with Schockow in the net.

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CHRIS GARBER
RADFORD,VA.
Garber, 27, coached the Radford High girls' basketball team to a 27-1 record and the 1983 Class AA state championship. She also played leftfield and hit .682 on the state champion Radford Community Hospital women's softball team.

PAUL WALLACE
MIAMI
Paul, a senior at Gulliver Prep, set two state high school records at the Class AAA swimming championships: the 50-yard free in 20.57 and the 100 breast in 56.52. Both times are expected to be national high school bests for 1983-84.

KELLY COOK
ATLANTA
Kelly, 10, holds the state titles in track, cross-country and swimming: the TAC Junior Olympic 10-and-under crowns in the 1,500 meters (5:27) and the 3 km road race (12:22), and the 10-and-under 25-yard backstroke at the state meet (16:09).

MEL FARR JR.
BIRMINGHAM, MICH.
Mel, a 6'1", 202-pound senior running back for Brother Rice High, ran for 1,217 yards and 15 touchdowns for the 12-0 Class A state champs. The son of the former UCLA All-America and Detroit Lion scored the title-game-winning TD.

CINDY HARMS
ALLISON, IOWA
Cindy, a 5'11" junior forward on the Allison-Bristow High girls' basketball team, scored the last 18 points in the Trojanettes' 50-41 victory over Clarksville and all of their points in a 67-54 win over Grundy Center High.

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