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FACES IN THE CROWD

Oct. 10, 1988
Oct. 10, 1988

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Oct. 10, 1988

Chicago-Buffalo
Seoul '88
NHL 1988-89

FACES IN THE CROWD

DENNIS BAMBURG
BOSSIER CITY, LA.
Dennis, a senior at Parkway High, won the AAU 17-18 age-group decathlon title at the National Junior Olympic meet. His score of 6,479 points was 112 points better than that of second-place finisher Ryan Rapoza of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

This is an article from the Oct. 10, 1988 issue Original Layout

SHELLEY BROWN
BECKLEY, W.VA.
Shelley, 17, playing in the national AAU girls' basketball tournament for southern West Virginia, made 23 three-pointers in four games. At Woodrow Wilson High last year, she set a state-tournament record with eight treys.

AARON MORA
FOSTORIA, OHIO
Aaron, 13, led Marco's Pizza of the Fostoria Junior Baseball League to a 23-0 record and then won MVP honors as he paced the Fostoria Elks' All-Stars to the Bowling Green tourney title by batting .737 and pitching in all six victories.

AMANDA FURLANO
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Amanda, 10, won five of six individual 10-and-under age-group swimming events and finished second in the other at the First State Games. She also led her 200-yard-medley team to a gold medal and her 200-yard-freestyle team to a silver.

RICHIE O'BRIEN
FORT WAYNE, IND.
Richie, 11, a fifth-grader at St. Henry's Catholic School, won seven consecutive junior golf tournaments, including the state junior age-group (10 and under) in Angola, Ind., where he shot a 27-over-par 171 for 36 holes.

BERNEICE RHODES
GILMER, TEXAS
Rhodes, 56, reeled in the largest bass ever caught by a Texas woman when she landed a 13-pound, seven-ounce largemouth on 30-pound-test line with a Wacky Craw cherry metal flake lure at the Lake Fork Reservoir near Quitman, Texas.

PHOTOBILLY R. UPSHAWPHOTORICHARD J. BARBEROPHOTONICK A. MOOREPHOTOJIM GRAHAMPHOTOCATHIE ROWANDPHOTOLOUIS DELUCA