FACES IN THE CROWD

August 13, 1978

CLINT JOHNSON
OVERLAND PARK, KANS.
Clint, 16, a student at Shawnee Mission South High, threw the discus 196 feet at a regional Junior Olympic track meet in Russellville, Ark., setting a record for high school sophomores and breaking the national Junior Olympic mark.

ANNESE KELLY
BROOKLYN
Kelly, 28, defeated Gaby de Fort of Peru by 211 pins to win the women's all-events title at the Bowling Tournament of the Americas in Miami. She captured the singles crown, then, with Faydra Austin of Miami, won the doubles.

ED VANDEBERG
REDLANDS, CALIF.
As a sophomore pitcher for San Bernardino Valley College, Vandeberg, 19, was named State Junior College Player of the Year. Leading the Indians to the Mission Conference playoffs, he had an 18-1 record and an 0.94 ERA.

CHRIS HALBAUER
CINCINNATI
Chris, 14, defeated Pam Thompson 6-1, 6-2 to win her fourth straight Metropolitan Junior singles tennis title, this time the girls' 14-and-under division. She also teamed with Pam's sister Cinny to win the girls' 16-and-under doubles.

ERNEST BILLUPS
CHICAGO
At the National AAU Masters track meet in Atlanta, Billups, a 41-year-old high school principal, broke the American 800-meter record for the 40-43 age group with a time of 1:57.5, .1 of a second faster than the mark set in 1973.

IRENE MACH
SOUTHINGTON, CONN.
Irene, 16, paced the Southington High fast-pitch softball team to the State Class LL title. She had a 20-0 record, threw a no-hitter and three one-hitters and allowed just 61 hits in 138‚Öì innings. She also batted a team-high .457.

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)