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FACES IN THE CROWD

Oct. 29, 1984
Oct. 29, 1984

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Oct. 29, 1984

Dolphins
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Jack Morris
Pro Basketball 1984-85
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Hang Time
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

BOB MAY
LA HABRA, CALIF.

This is an article from the Oct. 29, 1984 issue

PAGE DUNLAP
SARASOTA, FLA.

Bob, a sophomore at Los Altos High in Hacienda Heights, Calif., shot a two-under-par 286 for 72 holes to defeat Brian Watts of Carrollton, Texas by two strokes and win the boys' title in the American Junior Golf Association's Tournament of Champions at Horseshoe Bend Country Club in Roswell, Ga. Dunlap, a sophomore at the University of Florida, won the girls' championship with a four-round total of 299, 11 over par, to beat three runners-up by four strokes.

JIM BOYETTE
ORLANDO, FLA.
Boyette, 56, a retired Navy officer, had four firsts in the senior division at the National Barefoot Water Ski Tournament in Zachary, La. He won titles in wake slalom, start methods and overall and set a U.S. record of 830 points in tricks.

KIM KENNEDY
ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
Kim, 10, won the juvenile girls' speed-skating title at the U.S. Amateur Rollerskating Championships in Lincoln, Neb. She established three 9-10 age-group records while sweeping all of her events: the 200, 300 and 500 meters.

KEITH HENDERSON
CARTERSVILLE, GA.
Keith, a 6'2", 205-pound senior running back at Cartersville High, set a state rushing record of 423 yards on 28 carries as the Hurricanes beat Cass High 32-20. Included in his total were touchdown runs of 80, 78, 63, 20 and 13 yards.

JEFF MADDY
CASPER, WYO.
Maddy, a freshman at the University of Wyoming, set an American teenage bench-press record of 525 pounds in Redmond, Wash. Later, after he had turned 20, he established a state record by benching 565 pounds at a meet in Gillette, Wyo.

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