FACES IN THE CROWD

December 04, 1978

MICHAEL RICHARDSON
COMPTON, CALIF.
Michael, a defensive end, forced six fumbles, recovered four and ran two for TDs in Compton's 41-20 win over Millikan. The 6', 190-pound senior also had seven tackles and two sacks. The following week he returned a fumble 87 yards for a score.

BOBBY PIPE
NATICK, MASS.
Bobby, then 8, scored 41 goals in eight games to lead the Lancers to an undefeated season and the championship of the Natick Soccer Club for second and third graders. He had both Lancer scores in a shutout of the Strikers in the title game.

SUSAN NATTRASS
EDMONTON, ALBERTA
Nattrass, 27, a doctoral candidate in phys ed at the University of Alberta, captured her fourth women's world trapshooting championship, in Seoul, Korea, scoring 195 out of a possible 200 points to break her own record by three points.

PETE THOMPSON
MUKWONAGO, WIS.
Thompson, a senior at Carroll College, set an NAIA record by catching 20 passes in a 33-17 win over Augustana of Illinois. The 6', 185-pound flanker is one of four players in college football history to have caught 20 or more passes in a game.

PAT BESSEL
GRAND ISLAND, N.Y.

MARJORIE BESSEL
GRAND ISLAND, N.Y.

During the past three years, Pat, 41, and Marjorie, 14, have won seven mother-daughter 10-kilometer races, the winners of which are determined by the combined times of both runners. Pat also won the 1978 National AAU Masters cross-country race for women in Madison, Wis., covering the 10 kilometers in 41:08. A ninth-grader, Marjorie won the girls' division of this year's Western New York high school cross-country championships with a time of 17:54.9 for the three-mile course.

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)