FACES IN THE

July 27, 1980

KIM RUGGLES
NASHVILLE, ILL.
Kim, an eighth-grader at Nashville Middle School, ended the regular track season 24-0 in the 100- and 220-yard dashes and the long jump, was a member of a 440-yard relay team that won seven races and led the Hornets to the state class S title.

DOUG HSIEH
NEW YORK CITY

BILLY HSIEH
NEW YORK CITY

Doug, 10, became the youngest player ever to win a regional championship in the American Contract Bridge League when he teamed with Paul Soloway to take the men's pairs title in Anchorage, Alaska. The six-man team of which Doug was a member also won the Open Swiss title there, and his older brother, Billy, 13, teamed with four others to win the Master's team title. Billy also became the youngest-ever Life Master when he acquired his 300th Master point at a tournament in Canada.

BILL BABCOCK
GROSSE POINTE WOODS, MICH.
Bill, a pitcher at Grosse Pointe North High, led the Norsemen to the state class A title with five wins, including two no-hitters, in the state tournament. For the season, the junior had a record of 13-0, with a 0.27 ERA and batted .365.

BETTY PROBASCO
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENN.
Mrs. Probasco, 50, defeated 20-year-old Charlotte Grant 2-up in Hendersonville for her sixth Tennessee women's amateur golf championship and 10th title of one state or another. She has won at least one such crown in each of five decades.

LaMAR HURD
SEATTLE
LaMar, a recent graduate of Garfield High, won three events at the state AAA track meet in Burien: the 110-meter hurdles (his 13.9 in the prelims tied a state record), long jump and triple jump. He will attend Oregon on a track grant.

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)