FACES IN THE CROWD

August 15, 1976

FRANCIS J. TIERNEY
RIDGELY, MD.
The only Catholic priest with a U.S. Trotting Association license to drive at parimutuel tracks, Father Tierney, 56, has earned $2,300 in three months with his 2-year-old pacer, Mr. Marcon. He has had three wins and a third in six races.

BRANDON OLSON
HOPKINS, MINN.
Ten-year-old Brandon, the state under-15 table-tennis runner-up and under-13 champion, won the under-11 national title at the U.S. Open in Philadelphia, beating Bernie Braun of Kansas City 21-16, 22-20, 21-17.

SHARON HAYES
LEXINGTON, MASS.
A righthander, Sharon, 9, compiled an 8-0 pitching record to lead her 14-1 team, Toronto, to the local Little League championship (minors). Sharon also paced her teammates—boys and girls—with a .643 batting average.

RICK EHRMANNTRAUT
INVER GROVE HGTS., MINN.
Newly named golf coach at the University of Minnesota, Ehrmanntraut, 25, won the state open with a 54-hole 208 at the Stillwater Country Club. A second-year dental student at Minnesota, he took the state amateur title in 1972.

MARK HASKETT
PICKENS, S.C.
Pitching for the league-winning Pickens County Babe Ruth All-Stars, Mark, 15, was named playoff MVP, and in one game struck out 20 of the 21 batters he faced, had a no-hitter, and was 5 for 6 at the plate, including a two-run homer.

RICHIE BASSI
BELMONT, CALIF.
State Greco-Roman and freestyle champ, Richie won the Greco-Roman competition and was second in freestyle at the Western Region Nationals and also won the 9-year-old lightweight class at the U.S. Judo Federation nationals.

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)