FACES IN THE CROWD

May 13, 1979

LUCILLE KENYON
JACKSONVILLE
Kenyon, a 68-year-old grandmother, has logged 42,000 miles in trail ride competition and training over the last 29 years. Aboard her horse Diamond Miss, she completed her 105th 100-mile ride at the 22nd Virginia Trail Ride in Hot Springs.

GARRY RAMEY
STONE MOUNTAIN, GA.
Ramey, 22, won the No. 1 singles and doubles tennis matches for St. Andrews Presbyterian College of North Carolina against Pembroke State, then drove 85 miles to win the 880, mile and three-mile run in a track meet at Wingate College.

JAMESINA JIMENEZ
HARBOR CITY, CALIF.
Jimenez, 21, a member of the Naval Academy pistol team, is the first female midshipman to win an N-Star, a varsity letter with a star to indicate a victory over Army. She is the first woman to receive honorable mention on the NRA All-America team.

GARRETT BLANTON
TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Garrett, 9, pitching in his first game, allowed no hits and struck out 15 in a five-inning game in the city recreation department Cub League. He also hit two home runs and a double in three at bats as his Chiefs beat the Dodgers 13-0.

JULIE FITZPATRICK
MADISON, WIS.
Fitzpatrick, 24, won the women's division of the ACU-I Intercollegiate Billiards Championship, in Ann Arbor, Mich. for the second time in three years. The University of Wisconsin senior had the high run of 14 in the tournament.

HOWARD ANGUS
LONDON
Angus, 35, continued his domination of court tennis by winning his fourth consecutive Real Tennis World Championship, in Hampton Court, England. He defeated Chris Ronaldson of Scotland in the first seven games of the best-of-13 final.

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)