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FACES IN THE CROWD

July 03, 1989
July 03, 1989

Table of Contents
July 3, 1989

Pete Rose
Larry Bird
Rusty Wallace
Canoeing
The Boys On The Bus
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

BARRY COHN
CLEVELAND
Cohn, 29, a stockbroker, had two holes in one during a round at Lake Forest Country Club, in Hudson, Ohio. He used a nine-iron on the 127-yard 6th hole for his first ace, and a five-iron on the 181-yard 13th hole for his second.

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LYNDA NORRY
SAN JOSE
Norry, who will be a junior at San Jose State, won the women's national collegiate bowling title, defeating teammate Maja Rodè 225-181 in the final. Norry also shared the doubles championship, setting a tournament record.

BOBBY PFAFFINGER
VIRGINIA BEACH, VA.
Bobby, 15, a pitcher for the Padres of the Green Run Little League, threw the first perfect game in league history and struck out all 21 opposing batters in beating the Dodgers 2-0. He finished the season with 115 strikeouts in 51 innings.

TIM LEWIS
FITZGERALD, GA.

RODNEY THOMPSON
FITZGERALD, GA.

Tim and Rodney, recent graduates of Fitzgerald High, led the Purple Hurricanes to their third consecutive state title at the Class 2A track and field championships. Tim, 19, won the 100 and 200 meters, and he anchored the victorious 4 X 100-and 4 X 400-relay teams. Rodney, 18, the meet's high scorer, placed first in the 110 and 300 hurdles, ran on the winning relays and tied for fifth in the high jump. The Hurricanes also set a meet team scoring record, with 135.75 points.

SUZANNE NOFTSGER
OKLAHOMA CITY
Suzanne, a recent graduate of Heritage Hall High, finished her high school tennis career a three-time state girls' singles champion as the Chargers won their fifth straight Class 3A team title. She also won a state singles silver medal.

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