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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 04, 1989
Sept. 04, 1989

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Sept. 4, 1989

Little League World Series
College Football Preview '89
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FACES IN THE CROWD

MALAIKA HOMO
ELKHART, IND.
Malaika, 10, won eight swimming events at the White River Park State Games in Indianapolis. She also won five gold medals at the Indiana Long Course Championships, setting a state record in the 10-and-under 100-meter breaststroke.

This is an article from the Sept. 4, 1989 issue

GLENN TERRY
CINCINNATI
Terry, 18, set the national high school record for the 110-meter hurdles over 42-inch barriers with a time of 13.83 at the TAC Junior Championships. He broke the mark established by Arthur Blake of Haines City, Fla., in 1984 by .01.

BUNNY VOSTERS
GREENVILLE, DEL.
Vosters, a grandmother of eight, won her second straight national women's 65-and-over grass-court championship with a 6-0, 4-6, 6-3 victory over Phyllis Adler. The win gave Vosters her seventh national singles title in six years.

KEVIN SCHNALL
MERCERVILLE, N.J.

TIM SCHNALL
MERCERVILLE, N.J.
Kevin, 12, and his 14-year-old brother, Tim, each threw no-hitters on the same day. Kevin, a righthander for Aamco Transmission of the Nottingham Little League, struck out 12 batters and went 3 for 4 with two RBIs in a 6-0 win over Patterson Chevrolet. Tim. also a righthander, for Mercerville Fire in the Hamilton Babe Ruth League, struck out nine Elks hitters en route to a 14-0 victory and was also 3 for 4. The games took place four miles apart in Hamilton Township.

BRANDIE BURTON
RIALTO, CALIF.
Brandie, 17, beat Camie Hoshino one up to win the USGA Girls' Junior Championship, in Southern Pines. N.C. A week earlier she defeated Nicole Horner by seven strokes to win her third Junior World Championship, in La Jolla, Calif.

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