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FACES IN THE CROWD
August 28, 1989
ALLAN AGUILAR ANAHEIM, CALIF. Allan, 12, a righthander who plays for the A's of the Anaheim Pony Bronco League, struck out 21 and went 4 for 4 in a 7-0 victory over the Yankees. He has a .663 batting average and a 41-0 regular-season record over four years.
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August 28, 1989

Faces In The Crowd

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ALLAN AGUILAR
ANAHEIM, CALIF.
Allan, 12, a righthander who plays for the A's of the Anaheim Pony Bronco League, struck out 21 and went 4 for 4 in a 7-0 victory over the Yankees. He has a .663 batting average and a 41-0 regular-season record over four years.

DEDE DEMET
MILWAUKEE
Dede, 16, won the girls' 54.5-km individual road race over Jessica Grieco of Emerson, N.J., at the Junior World Cycling Championships, in Moscow. She also won the road-race and time-trial events at the Junior National Championships.

CHUCK THURMAN
VANCOUVER, WASH.
Thurman, a 67-year-old retired sales representative, got his 31st career hole in one by acing the 135-yard 3rd hole at Bowyer's Par-3 course in Vancouver. Thurman has aced all nine holes at that course over the past 13 years.

JANET WIECKING
RICHMOND
Janet, 16, won four gold medals in the 15-16 division at the National Age Group Synchronized Swimming Championships, in Tonawanda, N.Y. She then won the figures duet and trio at the National Junior Olympics.

JEFF WOLF
CINCINNATI

MARTY WOLF
CINCINNATI

Jeff, a 23-year-old teaching tennis pro, defeated brother Marty, a 32-year-old sporting goods store owner, 7-6, 6-2 to win his first Cincinnati metropolitan men's tennis title. Marty, a former teaching pro, had won the city singles championships live previous times. Together, the Wolfs got their fourth doubles crown, beating the pairing of Joe Leytze and Keith Cook 7-6, 6-4. The brothers are the sons of former Cincinnati Royals and former Detroit Piston coach Charley Wolf.

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