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FACES IN THE CROWD

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GREG GIBSON
QUANTICO, VA.
Gibson, 27, the AAU 220-pound champion in both freestyle and sambo wrestling, won a gold medal at the Sambo World Cup, a silver at the world freestyles and was fourth in his class at the world Greco-Romans—all in three weeks.

CURT GROSS
BUTLER, PA.
Curt, 16, was 13-0 on the mound and .430 at the plate as he led the Lyn-Hi Cougars to the Mid-County Junior League championship. In the title-clinching 11-3 win he had two home runs and five RBIs, and pitched a four-hitter.

LO HUNTER
WHEAT RIDGE, COLO.
Hunter, 48, has coached the Evergreen High girls' volleyball team to three consecutive state titles and, with a recent 15-5, 15-5 defeat of Green Mountain High, set a national high school record for straight wins in the sport—94.

MIKE WALLACE
FREDONIA, N.Y.
Wallace, a senior quarterback at Ohio Wesleyan, set three Division II-III NCAA passing records, including one for single-game completions (47), in a 49-34 loss to Denison. He was 36 for 57 with two TD passes in the second half.

DARBY COTTLE
TY TY, GA.
Cottle, a junior shortstop at Florida State U., was voted MVP at the Amateur Softball Association Slow-Pitch Championships as she batted .470 in leading the Tomboys to the women's crown. She also paced FSU to the national collegiate title.

JAY TOLER
FRANKLIN, ILL.
Jay, a senior at Franklin High, shattered seven clay pigeons in a row to win the Men's Quail Walk Event at the National Muzzle Loading championships in Friendship, Ind. He had been the event's junior titlist the last three years.

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