FACES IN THE CROWD

July 03, 1977

KARIN BERKY
MILFORD, CONN.
Karin, 16, dropped only one set en route to a 16-0 regular season for the Joseph A. Foran High School girls' tennis team. Still a junior, Karin has played in the No. 1 spot since her freshman year and has a three-year record of 43-4.

JAN TODD
BARSS CORNER, NOVA SCOTIA
Todd, 25, is the first woman officially to total more than 1,000 pounds in the three power lifts. At a meet in Newfoundland, Todd, who weighs 197½, lifted 424¼ pounds from a squat, dead-lifted 441 and bench-pressed 176¼ for a total 1,041½.

FREDDY CARLEY
NICEVILLE, FLA.
A seventh-grade runner for Ruckel Junior High, Freddy, 13, turned in a 9:41.1 two-mile to lower the 15-and-under national record by 7.4 seconds. Earlier this year Freddy broke the national age-group record for the mile with a clocking of 4:36.

ELMER HARRIS
PACIFICA, CALIF.
An 84-year-old retired phys ed teacher, Harris won the 75-and-over division of the Northern California Golf Association Senior Tournament for a record fourth time. A 21-handicapper, Harris shot 97-94-191 to top a field of 32.

TIMMY WILLIAMS
CLANTON, ALA.
A senior at Isabella High, Timmy pitched a perfect game, striking out every Thorsby High batter in a 16-0 win. A .450 hitter, he had two homers, a double, two singles and five RBIs in the game and finished with a 6-0 record and a 1.44 ERA.

PAT O'CALLAGHAN
SEATTLE
A junior at the University of Washington, Pat won the women's national collegiate archery championships in Harrisonburg, Va. by scoring 2,132 out of a possible 2,520 to beat Sandi Von Kilsdonk, Arizona State's defending champion, by five points.

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)