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January 26, 1976
Patrick (Leaky) Curry, a sophomore goalie on the junior varsity soccer team at Canton (N.Y.) Central School, recorded 23 shutouts in 28 games as the Golden Bears had a two-year record of 27-0-1. Patrick never allowed more than one goal in any game.
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January 26, 1976

Faces In The Crowd

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Patrick (Leaky) Curry, a sophomore goalie on the junior varsity soccer team at Canton (N.Y.) Central School, recorded 23 shutouts in 28 games as the Golden Bears had a two-year record of 27-0-1. Patrick never allowed more than one goal in any game.

Bill Krueger, 40, basketball coach at Clear Lake High in Houston for the past four years, marked his 500th win after 19 years of high school coaching with a 53-50 victory over Lincoln High. In 11 seasons in his school district, his record is 330-45.

Julie Gault, a senior at Sahuaro High School in Tucson, has led her volleyball team to consecutive division and state championships, with the Cougars undefeated in 36 matches. This season's only returning starter, Julie was named all-division and all-state both years.

Drexel Lawson, a senior at North Dakota School for the Deaf, won the 100-meter dash in 10.7 at the Pan American Games for the Deaf in Maracaibo, Venezuela. In 1975, Lawson was unbeaten in sprints and was his state's High School Athlete of the Year.

Bill McChesney, 17, a junior at South Eugene (Ore.) High, holds national age-group marks in the six-mile (28:31.2) and 10,000 meters (29:27.2), won his second state high school cross-country title and led the Axemen to a fourth straight state title.

Barry Crane, a television producer-director from Studio City, Calif., won his fifth William E. McKenney Trophy, given yearly by the American Contract Bridge League for highest total of master points. Only Charles Goren, with eight, has won it more often.

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