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FACES IN THE CROWD
January 22, 1979
KAREN STEVENSON WASHINGTON, D.C. Stevenson, a senior at North Carolina who has been named a Rhodes scholar, holds nine school track records for women, most notably the 60-yard hurdles (8.3), 110-yard hurdles (15.1), 400 meters (55.8) and 600 meters (1:25.6).
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January 22, 1979

Faces In The Crowd

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KAREN STEVENSON
WASHINGTON, D.C.
Stevenson, a senior at North Carolina who has been named a Rhodes scholar, holds nine school track records for women, most notably the 60-yard hurdles (8.3), 110-yard hurdles (15.1), 400 meters (55.8) and 600 meters (1:25.6).

TOM GARNER
POMPANO BEACH, FLA.
Garner, 17, whose applications to play in the Orange Bowl Junior Golf tournament had been turned down in each of the past four years because he was not considered good enough, won the title by three strokes over Billy Tuten Jr.

BOB NELSON
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Nelson, 71, a self-proclaimed vagabond who has held 53 jobs in 50 years, outswam Buster Crabbe to win the 70-75 division of the 50-yard freestyle in 34.84 at the Golden Age Olympics in Sanford, Fla. He also won the 100 and 200 freestyle.

REENIE TAYLOR
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.

BILL TAYLOR
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.

TOM TAYLOR
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF.
Reenie, 21, and brothers Bill, 19, and Tom, 17, have distinguished themselves as members of championship aquatic teams. Reenie, a senior at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, is captain of the women's swim team that won the Canadian collegiate title for the second straight year. She won the 200 individual medley in 2:34.69 at the Atlantic Conference meet. Bill, a sophomore pre-med major at Stanford, scored 15 goals for the Cardinals' NCAA championship water-polo squad. Tom, a senior at Newport Harbor High and a high school All-America water-polo player, led the Sailors, who were 27-0 this fall, to the Southern Section California Interscholastic Championship. He is also a member of the national junior team.

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