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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 26, 1984
March 26, 1984

Table of Contents
March 26, 1984

NCAAs
Hockey
Rick Carey
The Simmonses
Boxing
Castañeda
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

PAUL ARSENAULT
POINTE CLAIRE, QUEBEC
Arsenault, 44, of Concordia University, became the fourth North American college hockey coach to win 500 games. He has guided the Stingers to 17 titles and has a 20-year record of 510-205-51 in the Quebec University league.

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NICOLE ARENDT
PRINCETON, N.J.
Nicole, a freshman at Hun School in Princeton, won the state indoor prep school girls' tennis title and had a 19-0 season, losing only 10 games. She also won the 14-and-under division of a major international juniors tournament.

GARRETT KEITH
ELMIRA, N.Y.
Keith, a 295-pound senior wrestler for SUNY-Delhi, set NJCAA marks for pins in one season (38) and career (65). He had a 75-11-1 record in two years with the Broncos, who ranked third among junior colleges in 1983-84.

LISA BERNHAGEN
HAILEY, IDAHO
Lisa, an 18-year-old senior at Wood River High who holds the national high school girls' outdoor high jump record (6'2¾"), raised by 1½ inches the indoor mark. Her leap of 6'3" broke a record set in 1975 by Paula Girven.

LARRY DOUGHERTY
LEAVENWORTH, KANS.

LISA DOUGHERTY
LEAVENWORTH, KANS.
Larry and his twin sister, Lisa, seniors on the Leavenworth High boys' and girls' basketball teams, respectively, each led metropolitan Kansas City high-schoolers in scoring. Larry, a 6'3" guard, averaged 25.5 points and 7 rebounds a game and shot 49% from the field for the 10-12 Pioneers. Lisa, a 5'9" forward, scored 23 points a game on 55% shooting for her 19-5 squad. Both of them also have qualified for membership in the National Honor Society.

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