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C-12 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRERSunday, April 20, 1980 West High, Glen Este In Finals BY MICHAEL PAOLERCIO Sports Reporter Western Hills High School staged a Best of the West Minus One" Saturday In the Tournament of Champions baseball classic. The Mustangs took on two west side rivals-LaSalle and Oak Hills and whipped them both to advance to today's semifinals against Glen Este at 1:30 p.m. at Sprlngdale Recreation Center. The "Minus One" was Elder, which was eliminated, 7-0, by defending champion Reading. The Ninth Annual T of C resumes today with the semifinals beginning at 1:30 and 1:45 p.m. Princeton vs. Reading. The championship will start at 4 p.m. Western Hills, a school with such a stellar baseball tradition to be located on Pete Rose Drive, belted the Lancers, 8-1, in the morning round, then came back to hold off the city's No. 1-ranked Highlanders, 2-1. "I SURE hope we haven't peaked," smiled Western Hills' coach Ken Selby following the Oak Hills' victory. "It was like the Best of the West without Elder. I hope the kids have enough to come back tomorrow." Like many one-run ball games, the second game was crammed with suspense and Intensity. Western Hills left-hander Mark Thompson, who admitted he didn't have his "stuff," gained critical support from wiry second baseman Walter Burchett. After an opening game strikeout, the Mustangs rattled off three straight singles against Oak Hills Junior pitcher Jeff Hellman, but the onslaught was killed Instantly on a dynamic home plate play. The third single by catcher Greg Terrell dropped Into centerfield, where Highlander Chuck Laumann scooped the ball up, relayed to Hell-man who In turn bullseyed catcher Dan Selhorst to throw out Burchett. But the Western Hills second baseman would have the upper hand on the day. Laumann teed off on Thompson's first pitch of the game and cracked a triple against the fence in left field. One out later, Steve Ollve-rlo squeezed a drag bunt down the first base line to score Laumann for a 1-0 lead. "WHEN I saw that lead-off triple, I thought It was going to be a long day," Thompson said. "He's (Laumann) always tough. Every time up, he stroked it." Since the Mustangs couldn't score with three hits in the first, they settled for two runs on one hit in the second. Hellman walked the first two batters, struck out designated hitter Ray Hornback, then plunked BUI Shaw on the helmet to load the bases. Lead-off hitter Bob Weiss scored the tying run on a sacrifice fly to left field, then Burchett singled to right to drive In the final run of the game. The game was far from over, however, for as Hellman got tougher for the Highlanders, Thompson got : Oak Hills threatened in the fifth when a pair of singles and a walk loaded the bases with two outs. Buddy Cox sliced a grounder down the third base line and V.'est Hi's Dennis McWilliams fielded it in time for a close force out at third to end the Inning. The key play of the game came in the Oak Hills' half of the sixth. Ollverio led off with a walk and temporarily exited for plnch-run-ner Jeff Houser. The clean-up hitter fouled out, then Dan Selhorst walked to set up Burchett's fireworks. Hellman cracked a single over second base which Burchett batted down to prevent from going Into center. He picked up the ball and zinged it home to throw out Houser, being waved in by Oak Hills' coach PatQuinn. Burchett relished the victory with gusto. "All those guys played on the Delhi Eagles and year after year, they always were the best," Burchett said. "For me at least, It was more or less hatred. This is the first time I've beaten them in my career." MEANWHILE, DEFENDING champion Reading had little trouble dispatching Edler behind the strong showing of pitcher Steve Engel. The senior struck out 12 Panther batters and held them to four hits in registering the 7-0 shutout. Engel, meanwhile, collected four hits in as many trips to the plate. "Steve's capable of pitching like that," said Reading coach Tom Hig-gins. "He was excellent today. He had a good fast ball, an excellent curve and no walks. "If they (Elder) would have beaten us, I would have considered It an upset," Hlggins said. "But a lot of people are going to feel we pulled off the big upset. And to shut them out was Just topping on the cake." HAMILTON GARFIELD 000 000 (-0 2 OAK HILLS 000 0M -l 4 1 WP-S. Oliverio. LP-Gibson. Hitting lender: HG-Bowman 2-3, 2B. WYOMING 031 0O0 0-4 4 4 PRINCETON 223 031 E 11 W I WP-Ailder (8 strikeouts). LP-Perry. Hitting leaders: P-Johnson 2-3; Long 2-3, 2B, Wilder 2B. LOVELANO 002 000 0- 2 4 3 BATAVIA 013 000 0-4 3 0 VVP-Barber. LP-Pollssenl. Hitting leader: L-Haynes 2-3, 38. WESTERN HILLS 300 104 0-1 LASALLE 000 MO 0-1 4 1 WP-Hornback. LP-Vorderbruggen Hitting leaders; WH-Scotl 2-3, 36. hornback 2-4, 2 2Bs; Weiss 2-3. READING 040 000 3-7 5 1 ELDER 000 000 1-0 t 0 WP-Engel (12 strikeouts). LP-Rlchter. Hitting leader: Engel 4-4. SYCAMORE 001 1W (-2 J LLOYD 001 200 -3 7 2 WP-Pumptvey (8 strikeouts). LP-Rogers. Hitting leaders: S Acree 2-4, L Rels 2 3, 2B, Pumphrey 2-3; Hutchinson 38. 2RBI. GLEN ESTE 000 205 t 7 1 CONNER 300 200 0-5 5 1 WP-Emmert LP-Klopp. Hitting leaders: GE-Stultl 3-4, Hatfield 2B. WESTERN HILLS 020 000 0-2 7 0 OAK HILLS U0 000 0-1 S 1 WP-Thompson LP-HeKman (7 strikeouts). Hitting leaders: WH-Burchett 2-3; OH-Laumann 3B. BATAVIA 511 000 0-7 S 5 PRINCETON 255 430 x- 7 S .VP-Wilder. LP-Barber. Hitting leaders: P-WII-sms 2-4; Long 3-4, B-Watkins 2-3, 2 3Bs; Boston 2-2, 2 2Bs. READING MO Wl 1-4 S 0 LLOYD 030 000 0-3 2 2 WP-Jones. LP-Hutchmson. Hitting leaders: L-Long 3-3; R Swanner 2-4. Independents, IICA Stars Win Cage Tourney Games The Independent all-stars defeated the Greater Miami Conference stars, 93-90, while the Hamilton County American League beat the Eastern Hills League, 93-92, Saturday in AAU all-league all-star basketball tournament games played at McNicholas High School. Terry Smith of Hamilton Badin had 22 to lead the Independents, while Summit Country Day's Dexter Bailey added 18. For HCA, Tony Williams of Forest Park had 21 while Charles Crawford of Mount Healthy had 19. In today's championship game, the Northern Kentucky all-stars will play the Greater Cincinnati League stars in a 2:30 p.m. contest at Taylor. The consolation game, between the Independents and Hamilton County National, is slated for 1 p.m. Special Shoe May Solve Sargent's Injury Woes prep results BASEBALL LATE FRIDAY GAMES WYOMING 000 120 000 3-4 1 FINNEYTOWN 120 000 000 0-3 11 2 WP-Brodsky ( 12 strikeouts). LP-Hoover. Hitting leaders: W Bierman 2-3; Bart sen 2-4; Brodsky 2B; F Smith 3-5, 2B, Bechtok) 2-5, 2B, Roper 2-4; Biggs 2B. INDIAN HILL 300 OW 200-4 It S SYCAMORE Oil HI 201-7 I 4 WP-Smal LP-Hayward. Hitting leaders: IH-Schneebeck 3-4, Kear 2B, S-Rogers 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI. GREENHILLS 500 000 2- 7 1 TAYLOR 002 000 1-1 1 WP-Hamllton. LP-Fox Hitting leaders: G-NoH 2-4; Head 2-3; Rocco 3 RBI; T-Westrk 2-4, Bronstetter 2-3, McKernnan 2-4,28. ST. XAVIER 100 020 l-e 1 4 ELDER 300 000 20-5 7 1 WP-Maynard. LP-Souders. Leading hitters: X-Ankenbeuer 5-5, 2B, 4 RBI, CHtulllo 2-2; E-Wlttwer 2-5, 2B; Thomas 2-3, 2B SATURDAY GAMES SYCAMORE INVITATIONAL (Semlflnah) GREENHILLS 040 001 0-5 WOODWARD 100 001 0-2 3 WP-Brooks. LP-Lucas. Hitting hitters: G Not 2-2. 3B; Klnnett 4, 2B, Elmore 2B; Neldlch 38; Wunnenberg 1 RBI; W-Burress 2-4, 2B, Bush 2-3; Sanders 2B; Jackson 2B. (Championship) CONNER SVILL6 ...MO 031 0-4 4 GREENHILLS. 031 002 1-4 3 WP-Young (13 strikeouts). LP-Mecke. Leading hitlers: C-Moore 2-4, 2B; Macke 2-4, 2B; Judd 2-4; Jobe 2-4; G-Kkmett 3-3, 2 2B, 3B; Rocco 2-3; Wunnenberg 2-3; Bronger 2B, 2 RBI. ST. HENRY 403 000 0-1 TAYLOR 007 301 x-11 t ) WP-Stanton. LP-Armstrong. Hitting leaders: STH-Rockman 3-4, 2B; Rllter 2-5; Parlh 3B; T-N. Kramer 2-3; Jarvls 2-4. ; NORWOOD 000 200 0- 2 3 1 COLERAIN 402 OW X M 2 WP-ColussI LP-Wlthers. Hitting leaders: C-Murray 2-4, Lohstroh 2-4. NORWOOD 000 001 0-1 4 3 COLERAIN 142 052 X-V4 13 1 WP-Chard. LP-Rook. Leading hitters: N Wagers 3-4; C-Cobb 5-5, 2 2B, 3B; Hatfield 2-2, 2B, MHIer 2-3, Lohstroh 3B. NORTHWEST 100 020 J- 1 FINNEYTOWN 321 130 X- 7 2 WP-Roper LP-HWman. Hitting leaders. F-Bkjgs , -4, 3B, 4 Bl, Smith 3B, Wadswortti 2B, Parker 2-3. i FINNEYTOWN 001 050 2-1 12 1 NORTHWEST 210 124 X- 11 2 WP-WogenstaN. LP-Smlltl. Leading hitlers: F-Blggs 4-5, 3B, 2 RBI, Wedsworttl 3B, 3 RBI; Shofl 38; NW -Reed 2-3, 38; Taylor 3B; Guthrie 2B, Woosley 2B; Cetestl 28, 38, 3 RBI; Gabbard 2-3, 3 RBI. ANDERSON 001 000 01 i S N40IANHK.L M2 130 -7 M 2 WP-Sctmeebeck LP-Stephenson. Hitting leaders: A -Harmon 28t-Kerr 2-3, Hancher 2-3. A MOV R SON Ml 000 000 000 002 0-3 I INDIAN HILL 100 000 000 000 002 14 5 WP-Kerr. LP-Moore. Hilling leaders: A-Har-mon 2-1; Es 3-7; Datm 2-, 2B, 3B; Jarvle 2-7; IH-Hancher U LAWREHCCBERG(lnd) 302 000 1-4 1 HARRISON 343 030 1-11 11 1 WP-Snyder. LP-Klnnett. Hilling leaders: L-Mr Adams 2-4, Clear y 2-4, 28, 38, H-Bybee 4-4, 4 2B, RBI, Powers 2-4, 38, 3 RBI. LAWReKCEBERO(lnd) 01100 -I 1 1 HARRISON 152 2x -12 4 4 Leading hitters: H-Bybee 2-2, 2B, 3 RBI; Powers 28, 2 RBI, xttr 38, 3 RBI. HUGHES 002 MO 02 t 1 WITHROW 202 002 x-4 4 1 WP-Sanderler (11 strikeouts). LP-Magruder. Hitting leaders: H-Harrls 3-3; Meadows 3-3; W-Oubose 38 -t t MOELLER 000 000 0-0 1 2 AIKEN 000 230 x-5 W 0 WP-Thomas. LP-Larkki. Leading hitters: M-Wliford 38; A-Hendrlcks 2-4; Troy Golf 2-4, 28, 2 RBI; Haas 2B; Tim Got! 28. BETHEL-TATE Ml OW 0-3 7 1 DEER PARK OW 004 x-5 1 WP-Bauer. LP-Davls. Hitting leaders: BT-T. Smith 3-3, 28, S. Smith 2-3; McKee 28; DP-Bauer 2-3, 2B; Madden 2-4, 2B; LaSance 2-3; Long 2B. MADEIRA 0O0 0O0 0-0 4 1 FOREST PARK 002 001 1-3 7 0 WP-Oroste. LP-Ashmore. Hitting leaders: M Cobb 28; FP-Ross HR, 2 RBI, Coatney 2-2. CUYAHOGA FALLS 101 002 0-4 11 3 ST. XAVIER Ml 224 X-W 11 4 WP-Maynard. LP-McCuan. Leading hitters: CF -Goodwll 2-4; Barrett 2-3, 28; Kolonian 3-4, 38, 3 REM; Moles 2-4; StX-Maynard 2-3; Ditutlo 2-4; Besl 2-3. 38, 2 RBI; Siegmundt 2-4. CUYAHOGA FALLS 315 230 0-M 12 4 ST. XAVIER 000 204 3-11 13 2 WP Moles. LP-Franke. Leading hitters: CF-Goodwtl 204, 28, 3 RBI; Cunningham 2-4; Kolonian 2-4, 3 RBI, Adams 2-3; STX-Ditudio 2-4, 26; Maynard 28, Kety 2 2; Lerhman 2-4, 2B; Blum 2-3, 28, 3RBI, Simpson 2B. CINCINNATI CHRISTIAN. 200 Ml 000 01-12 10 1 ST. BERNARD 170 000 WO 02-13 M 1 WP-Groh. LP-Casacem. Hitting leaders: CC-Brounhelm 2-4, 28, Stephens 2-5, 28, 2 RBI; Dougherty 3-; STB-Schnatz 3-5, 28, 5 RBI; Groh 3-5, 2 2B, 4 RBI; Daniels 2-4, 3B; Lynch 2-e. PUR CELL 003 3W 0-7 7 1 MOUNT HEALTHY 501 004 X-12 W 2 WP-HoHsteegge LP-B. Chanden. Hitting leaders: P-Conley HR; Cipotone 2B; Randle 2-3; Van Hoene 2-3; MTH McCosham 2B; Rice 2-4, 2B, HR (grandslam); Stevenson 2-4, HR; HoUstegge 2B; McDaniel 2B PUR CELL 201 031 1-1 f 4 MOUNT HEALTHY 030 121 0-7 3 WP-Blck. LP-Croslln. Leading hitters: P-Listo 3- 4, 2B; Conley 3-4, CIpoHone 2B; MTH McCosham 4-4, 2 2B; Croslin 2B, Chase 2B; Grin 2B. TENNIS WALNUT HILLS 3, OAKWOOD 2 Singles: No. 1-Brown (WH) del. J. Hochwalt, 6-0, 4-2; No. 2-Peters (WH) del. Tathman, 6-0, 60; No. 3-D. Hochwalt (O) del DeLyons, 6-4, 6-4. UNIVERSITY SCHOOL 4, WALNUT HILLS 1 Singles: No. 1-Lolarlc (US) del. Brown, 44, 7-6, 6-4; No. 2 -Peters (WH) del. Oden, 7-6, 6-2; No. 3-Murray (US) del. DeLyons, 64,6-1. GIRLS TRACK MIDDLETOWN FENWICK WINS COUNTRY DAY RELAYS 1. Mlddletown Fenwlox 70, 2. Waynesvllle 60, 3. Cincinnati Country Day 52, 4. Yellow Springs SO, S. Williamsburg 47; 4. Clinton Massle 33. Event winners: Dlsrus (MF) 170-0; Loaf jump (CM) 28-5; Shot pul-(WI) 54-7: Hlfth Jump-(MF) -6; Shuttle hurdles-(MF) 1:096: tmilr relsy-(WAY) 1102: KM relav-(YS) 1:53; 1-mlle relay-(CCD) 4:37; 440 relay -(YS) 53.6; 1-mile medley-(MF) 4:51.7; 8M medlry-(WAY)2)8. SETON WINS SYCAMORE INVITATIONAL I Seton M3, 1 Franklin 72, 1. Sycamore 45, 4. Turpln 61, 5. Greenhills 40, 6. McNicholas 30, 7. Falrlield 23. Event winners: 2-mile relay-(Set) 10:39.7; Dlsrm-Flleh-man (Set) 101-1: Long jump-Debbie Hoetlng (Set) 16-64; Shot put-Fllehman (Set) 34-6; High jump-Lowe (O) 5-2; lOtiM hurdles-Cantwell (Syc) 16.8; 100M daih-Datlllo (S) 13.1; 1 milt-Hammock (Fr) 5:457; 440 reliy-ISet) 53.6; 440 dsh-Debble Hoetlng (Set) 1:00: 80 relay-(Set) 1:51.7; 880-Dlane Hoetlng (Set) 229 4; 22-Llst (T) 27.3; 1-mlle relay-(Set) 4:21.0 GIRLS SWIMMING MOUNT NOTRE DAME WINS TRIANGULAR Mount Hatrt Dam !, Mariemont 79, Indian Hill 51 Double winners: IH-Suskt Drake (200 IM, 500 tree-stylo); M-Kim Lang (50 h-etstyto: 24.14 pool and school recard, WO freestyle). SOFTBALL Taylor e, GreenMs 5 (Friday ) Reeling 2. Finneytown 0 ! Frxtay ) 'l BY BILL FORD Sports Reporter OXFORD, Ohio-After four years of agonizing over mysterious muscle pulls In his right leg and frustration, Darrell Sargent is assaulting the Miami University dash records again. What is more, the sophomore from Ashtabula, Ohio, is talking Olympics for the United States in 1984. Don't shrug off Sargent as another impossible dreamer In a fog. Those who know him best insist he can do it. Listen, until nine days ago, he'd never seriously competed in the 800-meter run. When he finished he had not only won the event In track and meet record time (1 minute, 47 seconds) he'd been acclaimed most valuable performer of the University of Tennessee Dogwood Relays and qualified for the U. S. Olympic Trials and the National Collegiate Athletic Association championships. Sargent threatened revered Miami records the day he arrived on campus last year. He won All-America recognition for the 600-yard run indoor, an almost unheard of achievement for a freshman. THEN ANOTHER shattering physical experience, a discouraging setback which first began to torment him in the 10th grade. He pulled up lame with a recurring muscle spasm in the right leg. He did no more running last year and if he'd listen to counsel from several Cleveland-based athletic trainers he'd never again put on spiked shoes. Despite thorough examination and consultations, they could not pinpoint the cause of recurring muscle spasms in the same leg. "They didn't know the background," explained Sargent. "I wanted to run. I wouldn't give it up. I'd return to the track the next year knowing I could run for a while. I'd always come back strong. And for a while, I'd enjoy it." CHUCK ZODY, the veteran Miami track coach, set up examinations. The mystery cause of Sargent's constant muscle pulls in the right leg deepened. Finally, Dan Stimson. an assistant to Zodv. remembered a chiropractor friend of his. "A Dr. Robert Poteete in Fairfield, a Miami man interested in sports medicine," said Stimson. 'It was worth the try." After observation and further examination, Poteete discovered Sargent's right leg was one-half inch shorter than the left. In normal, everyday living it meant noth ing, dui me stresses or running in competition eventually affected oargenis penormance. Additionally, in running a curve, even more stress was put on the leg. He was fitted for a special lift insert for the right shoe. Zody cautiously conditions Sar-eent. a reason whv the roach sug gested to his prodigy to compete oniy in tne longer runs lor the time being, a reason Zody convinced Sargent to run the 800 at Tennessee. "Longer distances do not require Immediate acceleration, such as sprints do," said Zody. AS EARLY as Sargent's Junior year li high school-and acting on a tip ,'rom Miami football running back Kaiser Holman Zody recognized something special. "He ran the 100 in 9.7 (seconds) on a bad track," said Zody. "He did the 220 in 21 flat. With less than two weeks training for the Mansfield Relays, he ran the quarter-mile in 48 flat when a 50 could have taken it. Besides, he'd never run cross country, but in his senior year in high school he finished second in the state." "NOW," SAID Zody, who has won several District NCAA coaching awards in the last decade, "there Isn't a school in the country which wouldn't want him." Physical education major Sargent says he is rlvted to Miami "because of Its academic quality. It's recognized everywhere." By his senior high school year Sargent had put aside Interests in football (wide receiver) and basket-ball (guard) to concentrate on track. "In track," he laughs, "you depend on yourself. In other sports, you depend on a coach." ccllsgs results UC Women betters Win The University of Cincinnati women's tennis team took two matches Saturday. They beat Ohio University, 9-0, and Akron University, 8-1. CINCINNATI , OHIO Singles: No. I-K. Couvig (C) del Regan, 6-2. 6-1; No. 2 -Gay (C) del. Hopping, 6-1, 6-0; No 3-E. CouUng (C) del Bel. 7-6, 6-0, No. 4-Bossu (C) del kopl, 6-4. 6-3, No. 5-Stewart (C) del. Rubbing, 6-1, 6-0; No. 6-Gani (C) del Hertenstein, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, Doubles: No 1-K Coullng-Gay (C) del. Regan-Bet, 6-2, 6-4, No 2-Bossu-Stewart (C) del. Hoppvopt, 6-2, 4-4, 7-5; No 3-E. Coueng-Gani (C) del Rubbing-Hertensteln, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2. CINCINNATI I, AKRON 1 Singles: No. 1-K. CouUng (C) del Cook, 6-3, 6-4, No 2-Gay (C) del Ferrato. 6-2, 6-2, No. 3-E Couling (C) del. Parsons. 7-5, 6-4. No 4-Bossu (C) del Boanger, 6-4, 6-0, No. 5-Stewart (C) del Beech, 6-0, 64; No 6-Garu (CO del. Archer, 6-1, 6-2; Doubles: No. 1-K. Coutng-Gay (C) del. Cook-Ferrato, 6-1, 6-3; No. 2-Bossu-Stewert (C) del. Boltiger-Bollnger, 4-4, 6-4, No. 3-Archer-Parsons (A) det. Rles-Weiss, 6-3, 6-4. UC Sweeps St. Louis The University of Cincinnati baseball team swept a double-header from visiting St. Louis, 8-2, and, 5-4, Saturday. Bob O' Brlen picked up his third victory in four decisions in the opener. In the second game, the Bearcats came from behind to win. Trailing, 4-2, going into the sixth, the Bearcats scored three times to take the lead for good. STi.oms e on o-2 4 4 CINCINNATI 211 ttt x-4 7 WP-Cr Brlen LP-Tlerman. Hitting leaders: STL-Cash 2-4. HR, C-Braun 2-3. Harris 2-4, Maiiaro 2 RBI. snouts en r t4 7 1 CINCINNATI m 013 -5 7 2 WP-Met:. LP Jans Hitting leaders: C-GWsa 36, 2 RBI. ISKU Wins Tennis Match NORTHERN KENTUCKY 7, CENTRE 1 Singles: No. I-Rkherdson (C) del HenUey, 6-4. 1-4. 4-2, No 2-Zeeh (N) del Penman, 6-2. 6-4, No. 3-CoHman (N) det. Howard. 6-1, 4-4. 4-1; No 4-Metvm (N) det Lott, 6-2, 6-3; No 5-McCortogue (N) del Mitch S-7, 4-1, 7-5, No 6-Koch (C) det Dlxkit. 6-4, 6-1. Weinstein Dives 2nd MILWAUKEE, Wis. ( Special )-Cln-cinnatian Barb Weinstein of Kimball Divers, a former Walnut Hills student now attending the University of Michigan, finished second Saturday in the women's 10-meter platform event of the U.S. Indoor Diving Championships. CADET SALARY S-T-R-E-T-C-H-E-R WHILE SUPPLY LASTS! WIS l-H MODEL 1100 I I uU OFFER GOOD 'TIL APRIL 30TH MODEL 81 W36"K0WER $111 BANK FINANCING tea FOR MWFISUOMAL MSULTS, TRUST SI AMNIO NANS, LYKINS SALES & SERVICE DAY HGTS. 1146 St. . 131 831-7592 (VENDUE 10600 Reading 363-2872 ACTION STATtON 482 Ohio Pike 752-4852 10VEUND 301 lotetond-Madeiri 683-1350 Sargent Indeed has established goals. "I'd like to get back to the 100 and the 220," he says. "I'd like to do something in the Olympic Trials. It looks kinda bad now (the U.S. boycott), but if not this year, then in '84 I'll give it another shot." Says Zody: "He has a great future. The thing is he's a great kid. No big head. He'll do anything you ask, he doesn't fight you. He's a long way from being super right now. But he is only scratching the surface, still developing. At his rate, there is no reason to believe he will not be a world class athlete by 1984. After all, he then will be at prime age." 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