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FACES IN THE CROWD
September 11, 1995
David Zhuang EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J. Zhuang, 31, the current national table tennis champion, teamed with Jimmy Butler of Augusta, Ga., and Cheng Yinghua of Rockville, Md., to lead the U.S. to a berth in the semifinals of the 1995 Table Tennis World Team Cup in Atlanta. The finish was the best American showing in 58 years.
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September 11, 1995

Faces In The Crowd

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David Zhuang
EAST BRUNSWICK, N.J.
Zhuang, 31, the current national table tennis champion, teamed with Jimmy Butler of Augusta, Ga., and Cheng Yinghua of Rockville, Md., to lead the U.S. to a berth in the semifinals of the 1995 Table Tennis World Team Cup in Atlanta. The finish was the best American showing in 58 years.

Jeff Kwiatkowski
MAUMEE, OHIO
Kwiatkowski, 26, won the all-events championship at the 92nd American Bowling Congress Championship Tournament in Reno. Kwiatkowski bowled three-game series of 762, 697 and 732 to register the winning total of 2,191, the fourth-highest score ever at the event.

Erin Thompson
TROPHY CLUB, TEXAS
Erin, now a freshman at Justin Northwest High, won three gold medals at the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation State Games in Dallas. Erin took the girls 13-14 age group title in the 50-yard freestyle (26.77), the 50-yard butterfly (29.99) and the 100-yard individual medley (1:08.23).

Kevin Hall
VENTURA, CALIF.
Hall, 26, outsailed a strong fleet to win the U.S. Olympic Festival sailing gold medal in the Laser class. A graduate of Brown, Hall also won the Laser North American Championship in San Francisco earlier this year, defeating a field of 88 other sailors.

Steve Smucker
PORTLAND
Smucker won the White River 50 Mile Trail Run in Greenwater, Wash., covering the course, which included 9,000 feet in climbing, in a record-setting 6:56:56. Earlier this year, Smucker, 41, won the Winterhawk 50 Mile Trail Race for the fifth consecutive year, in 6:15:00.

Iris Zimmerman
ROCHESTER, N.Y.
Iris, 14, won the individual foil fencing title at the U.S. Olympic Festival, defeating Sarah Walsh of Mishawaka, Ind., 15-13. Last year, with her victory in the cadet class for fencers under age 15, Iris became the first American fencer ever to win a world championship.

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