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FACES IN THE CROWD
November 06, 1978
GARY KUBIAK HOUSTON A senior at St. Pius High, Gary broke the Texas schoolboy career passing record during the Panthers' 43-12 win over De-Quincy (La.). So far he has passed for 5,579 yards, 94 more than the mark set by Tommy Kramer in 1972.
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November 06, 1978

Faces In The Crowd

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GARY KUBIAK
HOUSTON
A senior at St. Pius High, Gary broke the Texas schoolboy career passing record during the Panthers' 43-12 win over De-Quincy (La.). So far he has passed for 5,579 yards, 94 more than the mark set by Tommy Kramer in 1972.

JIM BOYETTE
NEW ORLEANS
Boyette won the senior men's overall title at the National Barefoot Water Ski Championships in Waco, Texas. The 50-year-old Navy lieutenant commander placed first in both the wake-slalom and tricks events and third in start methods.

BILL HUDSON
ELKHART, IOWA
A 5'8", 145-pound halfback, Bill, 14, rushed for 1,021 yards in five games for North Polk Junior High. The eighth-grader averaged 9.3 yards a carry and had a high game of 255 yards in the Comets' 8-6 win over Ballard Junior High.

AUDREY HICHAR
FULLERTON, PA.
Bowling in the Boulevard Junior Classic League, Audrey became the first girl under 21 in Pennsylvania to roll a 700 series. The Whitehall High senior, who also plays No. 1 for the girls' tennis team, had games of 266, 204 and 248.

ROSS WEBB
SACKVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA
A freshman soccer player at St. Mary's University in Nova Scotia, Webb scored 36 goals in 11 games to break the Canadian intercollegiate single-season record by 15 goals. He had single-game performances of four, six, seven and eight goals.

RICHEY RENEBERG
HOUSTON
Richey defeated Eric Amend to win the U.S. Tennis Association National 12-and-under title. Earlier this year he won the USTA indoor, hard court and clay court titles, becoming the first player to sweep all four 12-and-under championships.

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