FACES IN THE CROWD

May 03, 1964

Shena Thomson, 11, of East Norwalk, Conn., who has practiced gymnastics for less than two years, won the all-round title over 49 other girls in her first formal competition—the New England Area YMCA Junior Gymnastics Championships in Holyoke, Mass.

Art Quinn JR., 21, of San Rafael, Calif., a senior philosophy major at San Francisco University and a first baseman who leads his team with a .438 average, had two singles and a double, batted in two runs and scored twice in a 7-4 win over St. Mary's College.

Billy Hardin, 21, a Louisiana State senior and the son of Glenn Hardin, three-time U.S. 400-meter hurdles champion and 1936 Olympic gold medalist, followed in his father's footsteps as he took the 440-yard hurdles in a fast 50.8 at the Texas Relays in Austin.

Mel Miller, 16, who lives on a Fairview, Mont. ranch and has boxed since he was 12, won 10 fights in five weeks to gain three AAU championships: the Montana State in Butte, the National Junior in Helena, Mont. and the National Senior in Las Vegas.

Eddie Swain, 12, an eighth-grader who plays guard in the Chester (Pa.) Central Biddy Basketball League, scored 26 points in leading his team to a 61-55 victory over Jersey City for the International Championship, and was named Mr. Biddy Basketball of 1964.

Margaret Tillberry, a Springfield, Ohio grandmother, won the women's title at the Ben Pearson indoor archery open in Detroit for the third time with a ladies' tournament record of 1,650 for 32 ends. Only nine men in the field of 942 archers bettered her score.

SIX PHOTOS

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)