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FACES IN THE CROWD
March 02, 1970
Lynn Snarenberger, 17, an honor student at Southeast High School in Wichita, Kans., received 10 state awards for both English and Western Horsemanship at the Kansas Saddle Horse Association banquet, including four champion and four reserve titles.
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March 02, 1970

Faces In The Crowd

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Lynn Snarenberger, 17, an honor student at Southeast High School in Wichita, Kans., received 10 state awards for both English and Western Horsemanship at the Kansas Saddle Horse Association banquet, including four champion and four reserve titles.

Karen Temple, 13, a 5'2" forward for the Grassland School five in Franklin, Tenn., has averaged 37 points a game so far this season. She scored 55, her high this year, against Franklin Junior High School, though Grassland lost the game 71-67.

Joann Hooper, of Indianapolis, bowled games of 247, 215 and 237 for a 699 total, the highest series ever recorded in the Indianapolis Women's Bowling Tournament, to win, with partner Bonnie Mead, the actual and handicap doubles championship.

Kim Peyton, a seventh-grader who swims for the David Douglas Club in Portland, Ore., set two national girls' 11-to 12-year-old records within a month when she swam the 100-yard backstroke in 1:04.4 and the 100-meter backstroke in 1:13.5.

Clara Wise, an 81-year-old bowler from Las Vegas who averages 145, recently rolled a 190 for her Galloping Grandmothers League. Asked the secret of her long and active life, Mrs. Wise said, "I never take any medicine and bowl regularly in six leagues to keep fit."

Caryn West, 17, from Concord, Calif., took a third in the slalom and a sixth in the giant slalom to win the overall title at the Corcoran Cup races in Waterville Valley, N.H. A member of the U.S. B squad, Caryn defeated a number of A squad skiers for the title.

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