FACES IN THE CROWD

October 14, 1979

DENNIS HAYDEN
AMHERST, N.Y.

DANIEL HAYDEN
AMHERST, N.Y.

Dennis and Dan, twin brothers and ninth-graders, won all seven gymnastics gold medals and five silvers in the 12-to-14 age division at the National AAU/USA Junior Olympic Games in Lincoln, Neb. In addition to edging Dan for the all-around title, Dennis placed first in the still rings, vault and horizontal bars. Dan, the 1978 all-around winner, prevailed in the floor exercise, pommel horse and parallel bars. At last year's games, the twins accounted for four golds and three silvers.

STAN COTTRELL
TUCKER, GA.
Cottrell, a 36-year-old fitness consultant, averaged 8:37 a mile on a 440-yard rubberized asphalt track in Atlanta to break the accepted world record for the 24-hour ultramarathon. He covered 167¼ miles, six more than the previous mark.

LOREN ROBERTS
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIF.
Roberts, 24, of the San Luis Obispo Country Club, had rounds of 71, 69 and 72 in winning the third annual PGA National Assistants' Professional Championship in Brockton, Mass. by one shot over Bob Huber and Bob Ford.

FREDDIE MILES
MIAMI
Miles, the leading rusher (1,420 yards) and Player of the Year in Dade County last season, ran for 202 yards on 25 carries to lead Miami Springs High to a 25-14 win over Carol City. This year he has picked up 683 yards on 118 carries.

JENNIFER JAMES
LAHABRA, CALIF.
Jennifer, 14, had a no-hitter, allowed an average of just three hits a game and was the winning pitcher in 15 of her All-American Association fast-pitch softball team's 20 victories. She also batted .569 and had an on-base percentage of .759.

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)