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FACES IN THE CROWD

Oct. 21, 1985
Oct. 21, 1985

Table of Contents
Oct. 21, 1985

Pro Football
A.L. Playoffs
N.L. Playoffs
Oklahoma-Texas
Neiman
Pro Basketball
Arguello
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

DIRK BORGOGNONE
RENO
Dirk, a senior at Reno High, kicked a 68-yard field goal in the Huskies' 34-14 win over Sparks High for the second-longest field goal ever recorded at any level. In 1976 Abilene Christian's Ove Johansson kicked a 69-yarder.

This is an article from the Oct. 21, 1985 issue Original Layout

LAVELLE STOINOFF
PORTLAND, ORE.
Stoinoff, 52, set six national records in the 50-to-54 age division at the U.S. Masters Swimming Championships in Brown Deer, Wis. Her records came in the 200-, 500-, 1,000- and 1,650-yard freestyle, the 200 backstroke and the 400 IM.

KIM SUDDATH
MOBILE, ALA.
Kim, 18, outscored defending champion Laura Kirkham 4,828-4,781 to win the TAC national junior heptathlon title in Elmhurst, Ill. At present, a freshman at Nebraska, Kim is only in her third year of track and field competition.

CHARLIE MARTIN
ROSWELL, N. MEX.
Martin, a 42-year-old cattle rancher, had a perfect score, hitting all 550 targets, to win his first world skeet-shooting championship in San Antonio. This 47th holding of the competition included 849 people from 47 states and five countries.

CHAD DUBISAR
SIOUX FALLS, S. DAK.

BRAD DUBISAR
SIOUX FALLS, S. DAK.

Chad and Brad, 13-year-old identical twins and eighth-graders at Patrick Henry Junior High, scored holes in one 10 days apart. Chad aced the 149-yard 3rd hole at the Brookings Country Club course with a seven-iron during a practice round before the South Dakota Junior Championships for boys 13 and younger, which Brad won the next day. Brad made his hole in one with an eight-iron on the 135-yard 15th at their home club, Westward Ho. Chad is a five handicap, Brad, a six.

PHOTOTOM SPITZPHOTOMULTNOMAH ATHLETIC CLUBPHOTORANDY HAMPTONPHOTOAARON WILSONTWO PHOTOSLLOYD B. CUNNINGHAM