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FACES IN THE CROWD

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GLORIA PARMENTIER
ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Gloria, 19, won the gold medal in the junior three-position, free-rifle, small-bore event at the Benito Juarez (Mexico) Shooting Championships. Her score of 1,149 x 1,200 equaled that of the fourth-place finisher in the open competition.

STEPHEN MYERS
MONROE, LA.
Stephen, 17, shot 74-70 on the par-72 Chennault Park Golf Course to win the state Class AAAA individual championship and lead Neville High to its third consecutive team title. Stephen's brother Scot, 16, came in third with a 74-73.

JIMMY ARIAS
GRAND ISLAND, N.Y.
Jimmy, 12, a seventh-grader who by special state ruling plays tennis for Grand Island High, won New York's Division III singles title. Last year Jimmy took the 12-and-under national indoor, national hard-court and USTA national titles.

MERRY JOHNSON
CANYON, TEXAS
Merry, 17, set a national girls' high school record of 54.2 in the 440 while pacing Canyon High to its second straight Class AAA state title. She also anchored the winning 440-relay team, was second in the triple jump and fourth in the high jump.

MARY JASINSKI
SPRINGFIELD, VT.
Mary, 17, a senior who pitches on Springfield High's girls' softball team, won her first 15 starts this season, extending her unbeaten streak to 31 games and improving her four-year record to 60-5. She led the Cosmos to state titles in 1974 and 1976.

DALE REYNOLDS
MCVEYTOWN, PA.
Dale, a senior at Roth-rock High, batted .519 with seven doubles, two triples and eight homers to lead the Tri-County area in six of seven hitting departments. His slugging percentage was .949, and in 79 at bats he struck out only twice.

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