FACES IN THE CROWD

December 24, 1979

TOM SOUTHALL
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLO.
Tom, a junior tailback, ran for 412 yards on 28 carries and scored six TDs to lead Steamboat Springs High to a 52-15 win over Sheridan in the state Class-AA playoffs. He finished the season with 2,184 yards rushing and 30 touchdowns.

SABRINA DOENHOEFER
W‚àö√∫RZBURG, WEST GERMANY
Sabrina, a 95-pound junior at Würzburg American High, won the U.S. Department of Defense European schools girls' cross-country championship for the third year in a row. She ran a 10:52 for 2.1 miles, 1:08 faster than the runner-up.

DR. BURTON MORROW
LAKEWOOD, CALIF.
Morrow, a 57-year-old dentist, defeated Carl Loveday 21-0, 21-13 in Tempe, Ariz. to retain his golden masters title at the National Racquetball Championships. He also won the doubles, teaming with Les Skelton, 57, of Oahu, Hawaii.

LYNNE JEWELL
NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.
Jewell, a junior at Boston University, was named the nation's No. 1 female sailor after winning five of eight regattas. She won the women's New England singlehanded title and was fourth in the Women's World Single-handed championships.

KEN FRASER
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA
Fraser, 43, a charter-boat captain, landed an all-tackle world-record 1,496-pound bluefin tuna off Nova Scotia. He used a whole mackerel as bait and 130-pound test line to haul in his catch, which surpassed the previous mark by 261 pounds.

JENYA SARANDALIEV
SOFIA, BULGARIA
Sarandaliev, 18, broke the world junior clean-and-jerk record in the 114-pound class at a weight-lifting meet in Bethesda, Md. His lift of 292 pounds surpassed the old mark by 5½ pounds and was only 22 pounds shy of the senior world record.

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)