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FACES IN THE CROWD
May 02, 1977
NINA PORTER WILMINGTON, DEL.Nina, now 16, won both the U.S. and Canadian 15-and-under squash championships. A sophomore at the Wilmington Friends school, she has not lost a match in four years of competition in the Philadelphia Inter-Club League.
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May 02, 1977

Faces In The Crowd

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NINA PORTER
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Nina, now 16, won both the U.S. and Canadian 15-and-under squash championships. A sophomore at the Wilmington Friends school, she has not lost a match in four years of competition in the Philadelphia Inter-Club League.

STEVEN BUTLER
ORLANDO, FLA.
Steven, 21 months, recently became the youngest person known to have swum a quarter mile. Two months ago Steven, who has been swimming for more than a year, stroked away for 18� laps (462� yards) in Orlando's Central YMCA pool.

ROBIN CHICO
MUNCIE, IND.
A junior at Miami ( Ohio) University, Robin won four individual titles at the state collegiate swimming championships—an unprecedented feat. Robin won the 100-and 200-yard butterfly and the 200-and 400-yard individual medley.

CASSANDRA LITTLE
ASHEBORO, N.C.
Cassandra, 15, led the Asheboro Junior High girls' basketball team to a 13-1 record for the second straight year. Cassandra, a 5'7" freshman who averaged 13 rebounds and 46.4 points, personally outscored Asheboro's opponents 603-599.

HAL HUDSON
HOUSTON
Hudson, a 40-year-old attorney, broke the National Masters power-lifting record in the 242-pound class by five pounds, with a total of 1,490 pounds. Hudson lifted 530 pounds in the full squat, 370 in the bench press and 590 in the dead lift.

TERRY WILLIAMS
MILL HALL, PA.
At 15, Terry became the first high school freshman to win a Pennsylvania state wrestling championship since 1958. Competing at 155 pounds, Terry had a 29-0 record with 21 pins—both state records for a freshman. He has been wrestling four years.

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