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FACES IN THE CROWD

Nov. 14, 1988
Nov. 14, 1988

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Nov. 14, 1988

Breeders' Cup
Landry And Noll
Kansas
Aikman And Peete
Bowl Scouts
Marathon
Fred Smerlas
Movietalk
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

DAVE CIHASKY
CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.
Cihasky, 28, an architectural draftsman, broke his own course record by more than nine minutes in winning his second straight Wisconsin triathlon championship. He completed the 1.5-km swim, 40-km bike ride and 10-km run in 1:50:20.

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CAROL ULRICH
BROOMFIELD, COLO.
Carol, a senior at Broom-field High, earned a 10 in the floor exercise at the University High Gymnastics Invitational in October. It was the first perfect high school gymnastics score in Colorado. Carol has since scored four more 10's.

PAUL JAGASICH
HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, VA.
Jagasich, 54, a foreign languages professor at Hampden-Sydney College, became the fourth-oldest person to swim the English Channel. He broke the record for his age group (50 and older) by completing the 26.5 miles in 12:26:00.

JERRY FREELAND
ST. Louis
Freeland, 46, a publisher and a one handicapper, defeated Bill Brennan Jr. 8 and 7 to win his 18th consecutive club golf championship at the Old Warson Country Club. He won 72 straight matches en route to the titles.

DAWN MARTIN
ST. CLAIR SHORES, MICH.
Dawn, a senior at Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett School, won her fourth state Class C-D girls' singles tennis title by beating Missy Castle-man of Birmingham Detroit Country Day 6-0, 6-0. Dawn has a varsity record of 111-5.

JAMAL JOHNSON
NEW LONDON, CONN.
Jamal, a 5'9", 175-pound senior running back, broke the state single-game rushing record by 16 yards when he galloped for 427 yards in New London High's 33-24 defeat of Ledyard High. He scored on runs of 1, 37, 46 and 66 yards.

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