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FACES IN THE CROWD

April 17, 1989
April 17, 1989

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April 17, 1989

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Greg Walker
The MVP Race
Dark Forces
Steve Fisher
U.S. Soccer
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Movies
Giamatti
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

SHEILA TRICE
LOUISA, VA.

This is an article from the April 17, 1989 issue

JAN CADO
NAPERVILLE. ILL.
At the NCAA Division III indoor track championships. Trice, a junior at Christopher Newport College, led the Lady Captains to the women's title with victories in the long and triple jumps (19'1" and 39'1¼", respectively), the 55-meter dash (7.09) and the 55 hurdles (8.00). At the same meet. Cado, a 25-year-old Czech defector, set Division III records in the long jump (24'11¼") and triple jump (52'3¼") to lead North Central College to the men's crown.

MICHELLE SCARBOROUGH
HAYES, S. DAK.
Scarborough, a junior at the University of South Florida, made 399 points out of a possible 400 to set a collegiate record at the NCAA air-rifle championships. She hit 39 10-point bull's-eyes and one nine.

BONNIE WEISKOPF
SHOREVIEW, MINN.
Weiskopf, a junior at Western State College of Colorado, won the 10-km freestyle race and anchored the winning 3 X 5-km relay team to lead the Mountaineers to the women's title at the U.S. collegiate Nordic skiing championships.

FRANK D. TATUM JR.
SAN FRANCISCO
Tatum, 68, an attorney and a former USGA president, aced the par-3 161-yard 3rd hole with a five-iron and then birdied the same hole during 36 holes of play at Cypress Point. He scored his only other hole in one at the age of 11.

JOSKEEN GARNER
FLORIEN, L.A.
Joskeen, a freshman guard at Florien High, led the Lady Blackcats to the girls' state Class B basketball title with 20 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists in a 73-37 win over Chatham High. She also has won a girls' state cross-country meet.

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