FACES IN THE CROWD

April 24, 1978

TOM ROBBINS
SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE
Tom, 18, won five of the six events at the Maine State Gymnastics Meet and took the all-around title for the second straight year. He scored a total of 44.10 points in the still rings, floor exercises, parallel bar, side horse, horizontal bar and vault.

GEORGANNE RUSSETT
EDWARDSVILLE, PA.
Georganne's clocking of 1:02.21 in the 100-yard freestyle established state and Middle Atlantic girls 10-and-under age group records in the YMCA state championships at Penn State. She also won the 50-yard freestyle in 28.16.

SEAN FARRELL
WESTHAMPTON BEACH, N.Y.
Sean, 17, who is a senior at Westhampton Beach High, set a New York state high school record in the discus with a toss of 194'10"—8'7" better than the old mark—at the Bay Shore Invitational meet. Sean also won the shotput at 59'3".

JIMMY RAY SULAICA
LUBBOCK, TEXAS
Jimmy, who just recently turned 8, is the youngest American to get a first-degree Black Belt from the Korea Tae-Kwon-Do Association. Jimmy Ray broke two bricks with his hand and an inch-thick board with his knuckles and heel.

MIKE FUGETT
LAWRENCE, KANS.
Fugett, 28, rolled the first 300-game of his nine-year bowling career and, six nights later, racked up his second. His second perfect game was part of an 812-pin three-game series, which broke the city's 28-year-old record by 23 pins.

MARC McLENDON
MOBILE, ALA.
By defeating both the second-ranked contender and the defending champion within a four-hour period, McLendon, a 20-year-old X-ray technician, won the Alabama 132-pound Golden Gloves Novice Championship in Fort Payne.

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)