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FACES IN THE CROWD
July 03, 1978
MARK and TODD McCALLISTER DEERFIELD, Ill.Mark and Todd, 18-year-old twins who recently graduated from Deerfield High, were two of the top prep middle-distance runners in the country. Mark won the mile at the Atlanta Track Classic, running the distance in 4:10.9, with Todd second in 4:11.2. In the Golden West Invitational mile in Sacramento, Todd came in second in 4:08.3 and Mark was fifth in 4:10.9, their personal records. Heretofore inseparable, Todd will attend North Carolina and Mark will go to Duke—12 miles away.
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July 03, 1978

Faces In The Crowd

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MARK and TODD McCALLISTER
DEERFIELD, Ill.
Mark and Todd, 18-year-old twins who recently graduated from Deerfield High, were two of the top prep middle-distance runners in the country. Mark won the mile at the Atlanta Track Classic, running the distance in 4:10.9, with Todd second in 4:11.2. In the Golden West Invitational mile in Sacramento, Todd came in second in 4:08.3 and Mark was fifth in 4:10.9, their personal records. Heretofore inseparable, Todd will attend North Carolina and Mark will go to Duke—12 miles away.

SUE RICE
NEWBURYPORT, MASS.
As a senior at Newburyport High, Sue pitched the Clippers to their second straight Cape Ann Athletic League softball title. In four years she was 44-9 with 258 strikeouts and she pitched in every game beginning in her freshman year.

DONALD WARNER
YORK, PA.
Warner, 19, broke three of his own American records in the 132-pound division at the AAU national senior weight-lifting championships in York. He set records in the snatch (242 pounds), the clean and jerk (303) and in total lift (545).

BONNIE DE BOER
ROCK VALLEY, IOWA
Bonnie, a May graduate of Western Christian High School, won the 100 meters (12.1), the 200 (24.7), the long jump (18'6") and anchored the Indians' 400-meter relay team to victory at the state girls track meet in Des Moines.

KEN DAHL
PEEKSKILL, N.Y.
As a senior midfielder at Walter Panas High, Ken helped the Panther lacrosse team reach the finals of the Westchester-Putnam County tournament. The two-time High School All-America had 108 goals and 78 assists in three seasons.

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