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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 08, 1987
June 08, 1987

Table of Contents
June 8, 1987

Perspective
The Stanley Cup
NBA Playoffs
Seoul Olympics
Alydar-Affirmed
The Graduates
  • Forget, for a moment, what's wrong with college sports, and celebrate with us the success stories of four student-athletes, from different backgrounds and areas of the country, who excelled at their sports, received their college degrees and now approach real life well prepared to do so

Golf
Cooney
Yesterday
Spotlight
Television
POINT AFTER

FACES IN THE CROWD

MISSY HOWARD
DULUTH
Missy, a senior at Proctor High, bowled a 761 series, a Minnesota junior girls' (21 and under) record, with games of 259, 279 and 223 while qualifying for the national junior championships, in Memphis. The 279 game was her career high.

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DAN RUFF
BREMEN, OHIO

TODD SCHAEFER
LA SALLE, COLO.
Dan, a senior pitcher and second baseman at Fairfield Union High, hit his 52nd career home run in an 18-6 win over Bloom-Carroll High, to break the U.S. high school record set by Butch Harris of Broken Bow, Okla., from 1983 to '86. Todd, a lefthanded-hitting catcher for University High in Greeley, Colo., tied the national high school consecutive-hit record with 17, including six homers and 18 RBIs. He equaled the mark set in 1934 by Ed Engel of Weatherford, Okla.

HEIDE BOSSOW
CARY, ILL.
Bossow, a Hollins College junior, defeated 11 other regional champions to win the Fitch AAA Challenge Trophy and become the best rider at the Intercollegiate National Championship horse show for a second time, in Indianapolis.

CUCO CHAVEZ
SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, CALIF.
Cuco, a first-grader at San Juan Elementary, set a TAC age-group record for six-year-olds by finishing the Pleasanton Soccer 10-kilometer City Run in 43:51. He broke by 2:30 the mark set in 1981 by Billy Beiner of Flemington, N.J.

NICOLE SHAPARD
OKLAHOMA CITY
Nicole, a Heritage Hall High junior, beat Elizabeth Gipson of Seminole High 6-1, 6-0 in the girls' singles final to lead the Chargers' tennis team to a third straight state Class AAA title. It was Nicole's third straight singles crown.

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