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FACES IN THE CROWD
November 24, 1980
JOAN SCHARFFENBERGERROLLING HILLS, CALIF. Scharffenberger, 18, won the medal-class national championship, the most prestigious award for junior riders, at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, defeating 191 others in the junior finals for hunter seat riders.
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November 24, 1980

Faces In The Crowd

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JOAN SCHARFFENBERGER
ROLLING HILLS, CALIF.
Scharffenberger, 18, won the medal-class national championship, the most prestigious award for junior riders, at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, defeating 191 others in the junior finals for hunter seat riders.

EDDIE WISE
GLENVIEW, ILL.
Eddie, a 4'2", 55-pound nine-year-old who bowls using both hands, became the youngest person to roll an officially recognized 299, doing so in Deerfield, Ill. at Brunswick Deerbrook Lanes. The previous youngest 299 bowler was 11.

JONATHAN CERF
NEW YORK CITY
Cerf, 34, who writes math textbooks, won the International Othello Championship in London, defeating Takuya Mimura of Japan, 44-20 and 43-21. Cerf is the first champion who's not from Japan, where the board game was invented.

SCOTT SCHULTE
UPPER MONTCLAIR, N.J.
Schulte, a senior All-America, has scored 555 goals and had 244 assists to lead Bucknell's water polo team to a four-year record of 110-13-3 and three NCAA tournament bids. He has tied a record with 38 goals in NCAA tourney play.

LORI HONEYMAN
SENECA, KANS.
Lori, a senior, served successfully 263 of 267 times while leading the Nemaha Valley High volleyball team to a 19-3 record and the Big 7 League title. She is also the defending girls' state high school champion in the 220-yard dash.

TODD TIMS
ALTUS, OKLA.
Todd, a six-foot, 185-pound senior quarterback, has passed for 1,734 yards and 20 TDs in leading Altus High to an 8-2 record. A 22-foot long-jumper who has been timed in 4.5 seconds for 40 yards, he also starts at defensive back.

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