FACES IN THE CROWD

January 24, 1977

DEBBIE CHRISTMAN
EMMAUS, PA.
A 5'9" junior forward on the Emmaus High girls' basketball team, Debbie averaged a league-leading 29.2 points for the first 11 games. She also scored 52 points against Allentown Central Catholic—an East Penn Valley league record.

DAN PEÑA
WHITTIER, CALIF.
While competing in a Los Angeles Athletic Club month-long "marathon," Peña, 31, a financial consultant, set a club record by running 1,052 miles. In breaking the mark of 1,031 miles, Peña ran 100 miles in one 21-hour period and 333 in one week.

TED BLACKWELL
NEW PROVIDENCE. N.J.
A 190-pound senior halfback on the 11-0 New Providence High football team, Ted broke the New Jersey prep scoring record with 254 points on 37 touchdowns and 16 conversions. Blackwell rushed for 2,100 yards in 262 carries.

BETSY CLONINGER
SACRAMENTO, CALIF.

ANDY CLONINGER

DAVID CLONINGER
Betsy, Andy and David each played for a different team representing the Greenhaven Soccer Club (part of the Sacramento Youth Soccer League), and each led his or her team in scoring last season. Eleven-year-old Betsy played center forward for the Sockers, a team for girls 12 and under, and scored 14 goals as her undefeated team won its division championship. Andy, 9, played center forward for the Grizzlies, was the leading scorer with 26 goals and led his team to an 18-7-4 record and a city championship. Seven-year-old David was a member of the Wildcats, for boys eight and under. Also a center forward, he scored 22 goals and led the Wildcats to an undefeated record and a division championship. All three are students at Caroline Wenzel School.

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)