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FACES IN THE CROWD
March 05, 1979
DARYL MOREAU NEW ORLEANS Daryl, a 6'1" senior guard at De Lasalle High who scored 22 a game this season, made 126 consecutive free throws in competition to break the national high school record by 59 and the pro and college records by 66 and 61, respectively.
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March 05, 1979

Faces In The Crowd

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DARYL MOREAU
NEW ORLEANS
Daryl, a 6'1" senior guard at De Lasalle High who scored 22 a game this season, made 126 consecutive free throws in competition to break the national high school record by 59 and the pro and college records by 66 and 61, respectively.

BETTY CORRIGAN
XENIA, OHIO
Corrigan, 43, a dental hygienist, bowled the highest three-game series ever in women's sanctioned competition. Her 824, which included games of 256, 269 and 299 and 21 straight strikes, surpassed the old record by six pins.

ANTHONY CALDERAIO
BOCA RATON, FLA.
Anthony, a 122-pound senior wrestler at Boca Raton High, finished the regular season with a 19-0 record to become the first schoolboy in the country to go undefeated in dual matches for four consecutive years in four different weight classes.

PAM CAMPBELL
CROSSVILLE, TENN.
Pam, the only girl in the field of 43, defeated all five of her opponents to win the novice division of the state high school chess championships in Nashville. A Cumberland County High sophomore, she also is the first girl to win the title.

CORY CARLSON
MINNETONKA, Minn.
Cory, 18, who three years ago became the youngest skier to win his state's high school slalom title, took five of six events in the Cindy Nelson Cup in Lutsen, Minn. He later finished third in the slalom at the USSA Nor-Am finals in Vail, Colo.

PEARL MOORE
FLORENCE, S.C.
Moore, a three-time All-America at Francis Marion College, is the most prolific scorer ever in women's college basketball, with 3,898 points. 699 more than the previous high. She also holds the women's single-game scoring record of 60.

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