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HER FUTURE'S ALIVE AND, BEST OF ALL, SO IS HER BROTHER
[SPORTS FINAL, C Edition]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Reinmuth, Gary
Date: Jul 8, 1988
Start Page: 1
Section: SPORTS
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"Then a girl came up to me and said, 'Don't you have a brother named Phil?' That's when I freaked," said Trish Andrew.

"When I first heard, I thought he was dead," Trish said. "Dad told me in the police car he'd be okay, but I don't think he really knew. I don't think he knew the bullet had come out the other side.

In Andrew's case, normal means twice a day summer-school basketball practices at New Trier. Afternoons of water-sliding with friends. Doing volunteer work at Highland Park Hospital. Hanging out like other kids her age. And working hard to live up to the promise her coach, John Schneiter, believes is hers for the taking.

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