JFIFC    $ &%# #"(-90(*6+"#2D26;=@@@&0FKE>J9?@=C  =)#)==================================================hK" }!1AQa"q2#BR$3br %&'()*456789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz w!1AQaq"2B #3Rbr $4%&'()*56789:CDEFGHIJSTUVWXYZcdefghijstuvwxyz ?4ңH`UۥhcifC)ZUk).XM&%wdQS(9=֣m3S@ěH[m6^IOjъ.',YQ׊ղ fqpG$!\8CyRH5,9daMeTҷePE@b\/Kfcѩ1R8cqޥD–=H[=Ģ8-}k:;xyܚBly;If(c0Fϡ+R#|>HfbdrH8AX[/]07}yB 3A}N2ʷSF1L+A|H޼x:=&}߇ m1Ym*ϡ5aaR*"-RQ"\sYRՙxV|f#i?t֬`t!jr\cxbVP3[>" 8Rr?*g1 o.hsMqU%+Dy"hn@X#[Ӄ:uXBqGcqľcdp@A)Z\嬗=RqK֭yI~: R'd|m 73ȹ+X!WYɱ9dk\.L9#K_ٺN :WqTzfNJ\gȃyZRT15G99Q$\cֶĶQrιE&^r~fYĖŇ#*]Sz?!JqW9kȼ)_Z4ܸY&vܪ`+gTqoޞޥ}J}kY_I"IFyԲsHu皧]D.f@p3ByY{ O]E6y#W0돭i_\2d|j~ʾ)9j쫂qU=5b6^>8;S-c_u[ F) ~:e:|E G-M-,m< xEWk/w,q+l\\V22?VyOxaL?SV弍$s*/wv~[J+-ˌF5^I_H'EKq)4> Nz~9ب(q7|(34˨Fg@y淩hvA;QE6S{<Kqڊ)g]sg@ith his Mother.<br> While growing up Dave, my older brother, was like a father figure, says Mark. But Dave's life was no bed of roses. He had dyslexia and was teased and made fun of by other kids. When Dave first stepped on the wrestling mat in the seventh grade, he was clumsy and uncoordinated. He didn't even make the varsity team and while wrestling JV he won only half of his matches. Many kids would have given up and found a new sport or hobby but not Dave. He was determined, and within two years was ranked the second best wrestler in the world for his age group. Wrestling actually helped Dave overcome his dyslexia. It taught him that he could turn a weakness into a strength.<br> Dave Schultz was the greatest high school wrestler in the history of the United States, says brother Mark. He competed in The Great Plains Championship and pinned the two time defending NCAA champion Chuck Yagla in the finals. This qualified him for the Tblisi tournament: the toughest tournament in the world because it involved all the Soviet wrestlers, who won the last ten W