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FACES IN THE CROWD

March 21, 1988
March 21, 1988

Table of Contents
March 21, 1988

Canadiens
Metro Conference
Southeastern Conference
The Rookies
Larry Bird
Women's Sports
Tyson
Focus
First Person
Television
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

TERESA FRIEDRICH
AURORA, COLO.
Friedrich, a senior basketball forward at Evangel College in Springfield, Mo., broke the NAIA women's career total points record when she scored 33 in an 81-54 win over Mid-America Nazarene. She now has 2,746 career points.

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JASON MUZZATTI
WOODBRIDGE, ONTARIO
Muzzatti, a freshman goaltender at Michigan State, established a Central Collegiate Hockey Association record by assisting on three goals in the Spartans' 8-5 win over Illinois-Chicago. He has won 17 of 27 starts this season.

JOBI GOLDBERG
CORAL SPRINGS, FLA.
Jobi, a University School third-grader, scored 35.5 points to beat 44 other gymnasts and win the Florida all-around title for seven- and eight-year-old girls. Jobi won the all-around title in six of the seven meets she entered this past year.

MARCUS NASH
FRYEBURG, MAINE
Marcus, a 16-year-old junior at Fryeburg Academy, is undefeated in two years of varsity cross-country skiing. He recently anchored the winning 16-17 age group men's distance relay at the Junior Olympics in Lake Placid.

DELCY PALK
SCAPPOOSE, ORE.
Palk, 23, an Air Force second lieutenant, squatted a world-record 314 pounds in the 97-pound division at the U.S. Powerlifting Federation women's championships. She broke Anna-Lisa Prinkala's 1984 mark by five pounds.

JOHN GRUSSENDORF
ESKO, MINN.
Grussendorf, 42, the girls' basketball coach at Esko High, guided the Eskomos to a 20-0 regular-season mark with three of his daughters in the starting lineup. Miranda, Angela and Brenda combined for an average of 36 points a game.

PHOTOROBERT LINDERPHOTOTERRY CLARKPHOTOW.T. HARRINGTONPHOTOCHARLES MERRILLPHOTOLAURA HARRISPHOTOJACK RENDULICH