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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 27, 1984
Feb. 27, 1984

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Feb. 27, 1984

College Basketball
Motor Sports
Pro Basketball
Baseball Journal
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MICHELLE PARKINSON
MILLINGTON, MICH.
Michelle, 17, set three national 14-to 16-year-old age-group powerlifting records in the 148-pound class and two in the 132-pound class. She is the Michigan teen-age girls' champion in those classes, and she holds eight state records.

This is an article from the Feb. 27, 1984 issue

MIKE MAY
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OHIO
Mike, a senior center on the University School ice hockey team, scored six goals in the Preppers' 11-1 trouncing of Valley Forge High. Mike, who averaged 1.5 goals per game for the 20-8 Cleveland city champs, had six hat tricks this year.

KEN HOLMAN
STONE MOUNTAIN, GA.
Holman, 37, an Army staff sergeant, bowled two perfect games in one week. He rolled a 300 in the City Match Game Championship at Bank-head Lanes in Atlanta on Jan. 22, five days after a perfecto at the Fairlanes in Stone Mountain.

ERIC KLARMAN
QUEENS, N.Y.
Eric, 17, is the first handball player to win the U.S. junior one-, three-and four-wall championships in the same year. He also hit .410 and started in rightfield for the champion Bayside Yankees Mickey Mantle League baseball team.

CHRISSI STOUGH
PITTSBURGH

CONNIE STOUGH
PITTSBURGH
Chrissi, a 5'11" senior forward for the Duquesne women's basketball team, and her identical twin, Connie, a 5'10" senior guard at Syracuse, each scored the 1,000th point of her career in a six-day span. Chrissi, a four-year starter and co-captain of the Duchesses, through Sunday, was averaging 11.5 points per game in 1983-84, while Connie, a four-year starter and the captain of the Orangewomen, was scoring 12.7 points and handing out 5.2 assists per game.

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