FACES IN THE CROWD

July 29, 1979

HUNTER LADIGO
PHOENIX
In leading the Yankees to their second straight Madison Elementary District Little League title, Hunter, a 9-year-old first baseman, hit .955, with 21 hits in 22 at bats, 16 RBIs and 20 runs in 14 games. Ten of Hunter's hits were home runs.

COLLEEN RYAN
EAST DUBUQUE, Ill.
Colleen, 18, is one of only three girls who have earned 12 varsity letters at East Dubuque High. A four-year starter in volleyball, basketball and softball, she led the Warriors to the finals of the 1977 state volleyball tournament.

JAN GUNNARSSON
GÖTEBURG, SWEDEN
Jan, 17, won four of her five singles matches and teamed with countryman Anders Jarryd to beat Australia for the doubles championship as Sweden won the first World Junior Invitational Tennis Tournament at Forest Hills, N.Y.

BARBARA OAKLEY
DEMAREST, N.J.
Barbara, 18, pitched the Northern Valley Regional High School softball team to the county and state Group 3 championships. She had a 25-1 record with a 1.04 ERA and 119 strikeouts, gave up just 35 walks and had a .303 batting average.

TOMMY ARMOUR III
ALBUQUERQUE
Tommy, a University of New Mexico junior whose grandfather was a prominent professional in the 1920s, shot a five-under-par 283 to win the Albuquerque City golf tournament by three shots over three second-place finishers.

SUSAN RUIZ
KETTERING, OHIO
Susan, 16, established a TFA girls 14-15 age-group record of 7:16.5 in the 1,500-meter race walk at the TFA-USA national championships in Dayton. She also set an AAU age-group record in the 3,000-meter walk (14:54.8).

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)