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FACES IN THE CROWD
November 19, 1979
BRENT STEINER OVERLAND PARK, KANS. Steiner, 18, who has the fastest time in the nation this year for the two-mile run by a high school junior (8:47.1), broke the Kansas schoolboy cross country record at the state meet in Manhattan with a time of 9:01 for the two-mile course.
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November 19, 1979

Faces In The Crowd

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BRENT STEINER
OVERLAND PARK, KANS.
Steiner, 18, who has the fastest time in the nation this year for the two-mile run by a high school junior (8:47.1), broke the Kansas schoolboy cross country record at the state meet in Manhattan with a time of 9:01 for the two-mile course.

TIINA BOUGAS
CHESTNUT HILL, MASS.
Bougas, a Harvard freshman, won three intercollegiate tennis titles in a month—the Greater Boston, New England and Massachusetts singles championships. In the city and state tournaments she led the Crimson to the team titles.

GLENN DREIER
SOUTH ST. PAUL
Dreier, a righthander, rolled three 300 games in a 10-day span. The perfect scores, his first in 21 years of bowling, contributed to series of 748 and 731 in the Carbone's Pizza Classic League and 699 in the St. Paul All-Star League.

JUDGE AVERY
NEWLAND, N.C.
Judge gained 317 yards on 27 carries and scored six touchdowns in Avery High's 56-21 win over Ashe Central. The senior running back, who rushed for 1,495 yards in 10 games in 1978, has 1,615 after the first nine games of this season.

MORTON MAY
ST. LOUIS
May, 65, former board chairman of the May Department Stores Co., set a new world record for 80-pound-test line with a 1,347-pound black marlin off the coast of Australia. His catch surpassed the earlier record by 24 pounds.

BARB THOMAS
SIBLEY, IOWA
Thomas, a freshman golfer at Iowa State, won five of seven fall tournaments, setting a school record in one of them with a four-under-par 146. She had previously won the state amateur tournament and qualified for the U.S. Open.

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