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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 20, 1984
Feb. 20, 1984

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Feb. 20, 1984

Track & Field
Pro Basketball
Van Breda Kolff
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

IRINA ARONOV
SCRANTON, PA.
Aronov, a graduate student at Penn State, is now one of only two women ranked as a National Master by the U.S. Chess Federation. She achieved the standing of Master of Sports in the Soviet Union before emigrating in 1981.

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KEN CLEVELAND
DIMMIT, TEXAS
Cleveland, 49, the basketball coach at Dimmitt High, recently won his 600th game in his 23rd year at the school. The 1958 Texas basketball captain has led the Bobcats to 17 district and three AAA state titles, the latest coming in 1983.

STEPHEN EDDEN
BRONX, N.Y.
Stephen, a freshman at DeWitt Clinton High, set by .71 a national indoor best for a freshman in the 600-yard run with a time of 1:15.39. He also set a state freshman record for the 800 meters indoors with a 2:02.3, surpassing I the old mark by .70.

DAVE JOHNSON
HAMPTON, VA.
Johnson, a sophomore at West Virginia, reached U.S.-record rifle-shooting scores in full course (1,188 out of a possible 1,200) and standing (393 of 400) small bore. He won two Pan Am gold medals and the NCAA small-bore title in 1983.

LARRY WALKER
CANOGA PARK, CALIF.
Walker, 41, established a national masters 40-and-over mark in the 20-km walk—and qualified for the Olympic Trials—with a time of 1:32:24, 42 seconds better than the old record. Twice an Olympian, he owns five U.S. masters walking marks.

SCOTT WEHMER
FIDERAL WAY, WASH.
Wehmer, 19, a seaman and the goalkeeper for the 23-4-2 U.S.S. Blue Ridge soccer team, had three shutouts and allowed only 40 goals against local squads in Asian ports, as well as ones from naval vessels and U.S. overseas bases.

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