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FACES IN THE CROWD
May 29, 1989
SUSAN MARCHIANO HENDERSON, NEV. Marchiano, 34, won the IAAF women's World Cup marathon in Milan, Italy, and led the U.S. to second place behind the Soviet Union in the team competition. Her time of 2:30:48 was the 10th-fastest ever attained by an American woman.
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May 29, 1989

Faces In The Crowd

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SUSAN MARCHIANO
HENDERSON, NEV.
Marchiano, 34, won the IAAF women's World Cup marathon in Milan, Italy, and led the U.S. to second place behind the Soviet Union in the team competition. Her time of 2:30:48 was the 10th-fastest ever attained by an American woman.

TOMMY BARNES
AVONDALE ESTATES, GA.
Barnes, 73, a retired gas company owner who played on the 1949 Walker Cup team, shot a course-record 10-under-par 62 at the East Lake Country Club, in Atlanta. The lowest previous score at East Lake was 63, shot by two players.

STEPHANIE CARTER
EAST MILLINOCKET, MAINE
Stephanie, a 5'10" senior center for Schenck High, set a Maine girls' basketball career scoring record of 2,167 points, surpassing the previous mark of 2,164, set in 1988 by Julie Bradstreet of Central Aroostook High in Mars Hill.

ROD WALKER
MORRISTOWN, TENN.
Rod, a senior catcher for Morristown West High, set a national high school career home run mark, with 54 (in 106 games), one more than Dan Ruff of Lancaster, Ohio, hit from 1984 through '87. Rod's record homer was his 20th of '89.

NIKKI HARDIN
ST. LOUIS
Nikki, 8, was ranked first among the nation's bantam bowlers (eight years old and younger) for four straight months by the Young American Bowling Alliance. She has raised more than $15,000 bowling for local charities.

JASON WARD
LINCOLN, TEXAS
Jason, 17, won the National Skeet Shooters Association's International World Shoot, in West Palm Beach, Fla. Jason, who was the youngest competitor in the event, broke 221 of 225 clay pigeons to outgun 66 other competitors.

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