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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 03, 1984
Sept. 03, 1984

Table of Contents
Sept. 3, 1984

The Million
On Top Of The World
Joe Theismann
Rick Sutcliffe
Rare Bird
Pro Football
TV/Radio
Greg LeMond
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

MELISSA MARIE BART
Bow, N.H.
Melissa, 15, running for Bow Middle School, was the co-MVP of the 15-school league track meet, winning both her events, the 400 (1:02.1) and the 800 (2:28). She also averaged 21 ppg playing guard on the Wildcats (21-1) basketball team.

This is an article from the Sept. 3, 1984 issue

ARTHUR BLAKE
HAINES CITY, FLA.
Blake, 18, was MVP of an international schoolboy track meet in Elmhurst, Ill. He won the 110-meter high hurdles (13.3) and set a national high school record in the 300 intermediates. Blake also holds the high school 120 high-hurdle mark.

ALEXANDRA MOGILL
STREATOR, ILL
Mogill, an 18-year-old pitcher, was MVP of the Spirit of Chicago, an all-star softball team that toured Scandinavia this summer. In her four years at Streator High, she set national records for most wins (95), no-hitters (19) I and shutouts (49).

MICHAEL WIDENER
CORBIN, KY.
Michael, 17, a senior at Whitley County High, set a state teenage bench-press record in the 148-pound class with a mark of 245 pounds at a competition in Middlesboro. It was only the second powerlifting contest he'd ever entered.

JACK EARLY
BAMBERG, S.C.

LEE EARLY
BAMBERG S.C.

The Earlys, who are relative newcomers to golf, shot holes in one within four days of each other. Lee, 36, used a five-wood to ace the 140-yard 5th hole at the Paw Paw Country Club in Bamberg on the Fourth of July. While on vacation four days later, her husband, Jack, 36, a lawyer, holed out with a seven-wood into the wind on the 187-yard 17th at Wexford Plantation Golf Club in Hilton Head, S.C. He has been playing for four years, while she has played for only two.

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