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FACES IN THE CROWD
August 02, 1976
WILLIAM ANDBERGANOKA, MINN. At the National AAU Masters Track and Field championships in Gresham, Ore., Dr. Andberg, a 65-year-old veterinarian, set two age-group world records with a 4:59.14 1,500 meters and an 18:33 5,000. He also won the 800 and 10,000 meters.
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August 02, 1976

Faces In The Crowd

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WILLIAM ANDBERG
ANOKA, MINN.
At the National AAU Masters Track and Field championships in Gresham, Ore., Dr. Andberg, a 65-year-old veterinarian, set two age-group world records with a 4:59.14 1,500 meters and an 18:33 5,000. He also won the 800 and 10,000 meters.

CHERYL JOHNSTON
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
A 14-year-old freshman spiker, Cheryl was selected most valuable player of the AAU Volleyball Junior Olympics in Lombard, Ill., after pacing her Orange County Club teammates to the girls' 14-and-under national championship.

KEVIN THEISSEN
LAWRENCE, KANS.
At a hometown AAU meet, eighth-grader Kevin broke his own national age-group (12 and 13) record with a 13'2" pole vault and his state 70-yard low-hurdle record with an 8.7. He also holds the state triple-jump record of 40' 10�".

ERIC DUTT
LAS VEGAS, NEV.
At 17 Eric is the youngest golfer ever to win the Nevada amateur. He shot a 6-over-par 221 in the 54-hole event played at three Las Vegas courses to tie three others, then took the sudden-death playoff with a par on the 4th hole.

KEN WILLIAMS
WILMINGTON, DEL.
For the third year in a row, Ken, a Tower Hill School senior, won three firsts at the State Group II high school track championships. On the rain-soaked oval he ran the 100 meters in 10.8, the 200 in 22.3 and the 110 high hurdles in 14.6.

BOB BERLAND
CHICAGO, ILL.
Regional Junior Olympic judo champ for four consecutive years, Bob, a Mather High sophomore, took first place in the 14-year-old lightweight division at the AAU-USJF Nationals held in Edison, N.J.—his third USJF title in five years.

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