DONALD SMITH
BALTIMORE
Smith, 19, is the first in the history of South Atlantic AAU weight-lifting and physique competition to take four firsts in a combined event, which he did in Baltimore. He is also the youngest to win the Mr. Maryland and Mr. South Atlantic titles.

JACKIE DAISS
ODESSA, TEXAS
A junior at Permian High, Jackie won three district golf matches with rounds of 77, 73 and 71. The only member of her team, she won all four of the invitational tournaments she played in this season and has lost only three tournaments in her career.

GARY JAMISON
NASHVILLE
Gary, a senior at Father Ryan High, was undefeated in five matches to win the novice division of the Tennessee High School Chess Championship. He also finished in a four-way tie for second place at the Southern High School Championship.

RANDY GUERRA
LINDEN, N.J.
A junior outfielder-pitcher for the University of Miami, Guerra set the school career record of 143 RBIs. He has a 12-0 career record as a pitcher (6-0 in 1978) and this season is batting .292 with 10 home runs, two shy of the school mark.

DAVID HALLIDAY
PORT TOWNSEND, WASH.
In a three-way track and field meet, Halliday, a senior at Port Townsend High, scored 20 points by winning the javelin (181'10"), the shotput (47'9½"), the long jump (19'8") and the discus (131'8"), the only firsts scored by his team.

DENNIS FINK
WALLINGFORD, PA.
A senior attackman for the Drexel University lacrosse team, Fink leads the NCAA Division I with an average of 7.9 points and 4.9 assists per game. Scoring four goals, Fink tied school records for most assists (nine) and points (13) in a game.

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)