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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 20, 1987
July 20, 1987

Table of Contents
July 20, 1987

Beanbrawls
Arenaball
Jack Clark
Palio
Cycling
Happy
Spotlight
First Person
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

LISA MOORE
WELLESLEY, MASS.
Lisa, a freshman al Wellesley High, fanned 258 batters and allowed one earned run in 123 innings through the Division I state softball finals She was 14-0 with a 0.00 ERA during the regular season for the 20-0 Red Raiders.

This is an article from the July 20, 1987 issue Original Layout

ADRIA PRICE
ROSLYN HEIGHTS, N.Y.
Price, 48, a teaching pro at the Roslyn Racquet Club and the No. 1 seed, beat No. 3-seed Sue Simon of Livingston, N.J., 6-4, 6-4 to win her second straight New York State Women's 45-and-over tennis title, in Old Westbury, N.Y.

GEORGE JOHNSON
ST. LOUIS
Johnson, 39, made a hole in one with a three-iron on the 203-yard, par-3 3rd hole at the St. Louis Country Club in a morning round, then used the same club that afternoon to become the eighth golfer to ace the same hole twice in a day.

PAUL VANDEGRIFT
CONSHOHOCKEN, PA.
Paul, a senior at Archbishop Kennedy High, won his third straight Class AA 1,600-meter title at the state championships in Shippensburg, in a meet-record 4:03.22, and earned his second straight 800-meter title in a meet-record 1:51.96.

PETER RUBIN
RANDALLSTOWN, MD.

JIM CABRERA
OLD GREENWICH, CONN.

Rubin, a junior attacker, and Cabrera, a senior midfielder, combined for a total of 91 points to lead the 11-3 Duke University lacrosse team to its best record since 1954. Rubin led the Atlantic Coast Conference in goals scored (39) for the third consecutive year and also had eight assists for 47 points. Cabrera had 22 goals and 22 assists for the Blue Devils to finish third in the conference in scoring, with 44 points. Both were named to the All-ACC team.

PHOTOCHARLES WEILPHOTONIK KLEINBERGPHOTOMARK BUCKNERPHOTOROB CLARK JR.PHOTOBOB STOCKFIELDPHOTOLANE STEWART