FACES IN THE CROWD

May 28, 1978

ROB WALTON
BILL WALTON
F.D. WALTON
MODESTO, CALIF.
Rob, Bill and F.D., who made up the starting lineup of the University of California-Davis polo team, became the second all-brother team in the 56-year history of the event to win the U.S. Polo Association intercollegiate indoor championships. Davis defeated Xavier University of Ohio, the champions for the past two years, 13-7 in the finals at Somers, Conn. Rob, 22, who plays No. 3, or defense, scored a total of 10 goals in the three tournament games in which the brothers participated; Bill, 21, who plays No. 1, or offense, and is the team captain, scored 12 goals, including six in the finals; and F.D., 18, who plays No. 2, or pivot, scored 24. The Aggies had a 12-0 indoor-season record and outscored their opponents 186 goals to 50.

LAURA TREXLER
COOPERSBURG, PA.
Laura, 17, a pitcher for the Southern Lehigh Senior High girls' Softball team, has three no-hitters this season and has a 37-3 record. She has led the Spartans to three straight league titles, has a 1.30 ERA and is batting .500.

TODD WEAVER
PLANTATION, FLA.
A seventh-grader at Nova Middle School, Todd, now 13, set two national 11-12-year-old swimming records at a Junior Olympic meet. He swam the 100-yard freestyle in 50.94 and the 50 in 23.17, breaking his record of 23.43.

JEFF PYLES
HYATTSVILLE, MD.
Pyles, 21, an apprentice electrician, rolled the highest three-game set in the 78-year history of duckpin bowling with games of 235, 185 and 235 for a 655 total. In his series, which was rolled in Wheaton, Md., he had 18 strikes and nine spares.

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)