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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 24, 1986
Feb. 24, 1986

Table of Contents
Feb. 24, 1986

Daytona 500
Celtics
Television
Sailing
Jan Kemp
Bobby Cremins
College Basketball
Track & Field
Numbers
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

JOHN KUSTICH
TONAWANDA, N.Y.
John, 15, bowled a 300 game on his way to an 818 series in a Saturday league at Manor Lanes. John, who's a sophomore at St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute, had strikes in 23 straight frames and 29 of 36 overall. His previous best series was 651.

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SUSAN ROBINSON
CENTER POINT, W. VA.
Susan, a sophomore at Doddridge County High, led the girls' basketball team to a 24-3 record and the state championship. She averaged 23.5 points per game for the Lady Bulldogs; she has scored 1,013 points in her two varsity seasons.

PATRICK HIGA
KANEOHE, HAWAII
Patrick, a senior wrestling in the 119-pound class for Iolani High, won his 126th consecutive varsity match. He is undefeated in four years and has won the state championship three straight times—two times at 105 pounds and once at 112.

CLARENCE DANIEL
ALEXANDER CITY, ALA.

THOMAS JOHNSON
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Daniel, 24, an assistant coach at the University of Florida, and Johnson, 20, a sophomore at Florida State, ran world indoor bests for the 500 meters at a meet in Gainesville. Johnson had a 1:01.1 in the first heat to surpass the previous mark of 1:01.24 by Willie Caldwell of Baylor last March in Syracuse, N.Y. In the subsequent heat, Daniel, running unattached and as a non-scorer, bettered Johnson's time by .25 second. Johnson's clocking remains the collegiate record.

JENNY GROISS
MEQUON, WIS.
Jenny, a senior at Homestead High, led the girls' swim team to its second consecutive state title by winning the 200-yard IM in 2:09.23 and the 100 free in 53.58. She also anchored the school's second-place 400-yard freestyle relay team.

PHOTORONALD J. COLLERANPHOTOIDEAL-SAYRE STUDIOPHOTODENNIS ODAPHOTOGARY S. WOLFSONPHOTOMIKE EWENPHOTOWILLIAM MEYER