FACES IN THE CROWD

March 07, 1977

AMIE KNOX
GREENWICH, CONN.
A Princeton senior, Knox is the No. 2-ranked collegiate female squash player, with a career dual-match record of 29-2. A four-year tennis and field-hockey starter, she needs a fourth tennis letter to be the second Tiger to earn 12 varsity letters.

CHRIS WENTZ
NEW TRIPOLI, PA.
A senior at Northwestern High, Chris set a state record of 71 pins—including 18 in a row. Chris, who wrestles in the 112- and 119-pound classes, has a four-year record of 88-4 and has twice finished second in the state tournament.

DICK VOITH
BALTIMORE
Voith, a senior at Haverford (Pa.) College, scored a school-record 2,158 points in four basketball seasons. The 6'2" Voith averaged 27.4 points per game this season and led the Fords to an 18-7 record, the most wins in Haverford history.

DEBORAH MOLBURG
CENTER HARBOR, N.H.
Molburg, 31, has raced sled dogs for 20 years and is the first woman named as Musher of the Year by Team & Trial magazine. Molburg had three firsts and two seconds in her five 1976 races, including the Laconia (N.H.) world championship.

ABBY CURRIER
LAKE CITY, MICH.
Abby, 17, averaged 26 points and 15.6 rebounds per game to lead Lake City High to a 24-0 season and the state Class D championship. A 5'11" center with a career total of 1,525 points, Abby is also the Class D shotput and discus champion.

HENRY HOWARD
ARLINGTON, VA.
Howard, a 39-year-old painting contractor, set a world duckpin bowling record by rolling a high 10-game set of 1,647 (without a single 200 game) while-qualifying for the pro tour in Norfolk, Va. Howard has a 153 pin average.

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)