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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 11, 1985
Feb. 11, 1985

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Feb. 11, 1985

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FACES IN THE CROWD

WILLIAM REED
PHILADELPHIA
William, a Central High freshman, broke the U.S. high school freshman indoor 600-yard-run record with a time of 1:13.04, finishing second at a meet in Princeton, N.J. The old mark of 1:15.39 was set by Steve Edden of New York in 1984.

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DURENE HEISLER
DEVILS LAKE, N.D.
Durene, a junior guard, led Central High with a girls' state-record 33 points in the North Dakota girls' basketball final. The 22-0 Satans won the title 64-50 over Wahpeton High. Durene averaged 24 points a game at the state tournament.

CHARLIE GUIDO
GLENDALE, ARIZ.
Charlie, 13, a forward on the Phoenix Roadrunner Bantam hockey team, scored five goals in a 78-second span during an 11-6 win over the Albuquerque Canucks. For the game he had six goals, and in 30 games this season he had 39.

WILLIAM McCLAY
HOUSTON
William, a senior quarterback and sprinter at Marian Christian, rushed for 1,008 yards and completed 60 passes for 1,013 yards to lead the Fighting Colts to the state title. In track, he has run the 100 meters in 10.9, the 200 in 22.2 and the 400 in 50.0.

BILL BUCHAN
BELLEVUE, WASH.
Buchan, 49, was named Yachtsman of the Year by the U.S. Yacht Racing Union. Buchan and his crew, Steve Erickson, won the 1984 Olympic gold medal in the Star class and the European Spring Championship in the same class.

JODY ANDERSON
ST. CHARLES, ILL.
Anderson, 27, set four U.S. women's records in the 155-pound class at the Mid-American Weightlifting Championships: in the snatch (160.5 pounds), clean and jerk (221 and 225.75) and total (386.25). In 1984, she broke 11 U.S. marks.

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