FACES IN THE CROWD

May 17, 1981

GARY (BUBBA) TUCKER
ROGERS, TEXAS
Gary, a senior on the Rogers High track team, had five firsts at the district AA meet. He won the high jump (6'5"), pole vault (14'), long jump (22'9") and the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles (14.9 and 41.4, respectively).

DEBBI FUHRMAN
JENKINTOWN, PA.
Fuhrman, 18, a gymnast at Brown, won 22 of 24 individual events and six all-around titles in six dual meets to lead the Bruins to a perfect record. She was 6-0 in the floor exercise, the beam and the bars; her two losses came in the vault.

AL BAKER
BELHAVEN, N.C.
Baker, 44, the basketball coach at Pantego (N.C.) High, guided the Warriors to a 32-0 season and a 72-54 victory over Tryon for their second state Class A title in a row. Over two seasons, Pantego has won 54 consecutive games.

GUIDO HIBDON
VERSAILLES, MO.
Hibdon, 34, a fishing guide, boated 15 black bass, each at least 15 inches long and weighing a total of 51.2 pounds, over three days to win his second straight Missouri Invitational Bass Tournament on Lake of the Ozarks.

BARBARA PRAUS
BEAVER DAM, WIS.
Barbara, 11, a swimmer on the Fond du Lac youth team, set two girls' national 10-and-under age-group breaststroke records with clockings of 33.36 in the 50 yards and 1:13.94 in the 100 at the Wisconsin Junior Olympic meet in Browndeer.

PHIL STEPHENSON
GUTHRIE, OKLA.
Stephenson, a junior first baseman and .456 batter at Wichita State, hit safely in his 46th consecutive game, a 5-3 defeat of Oklahoma City University, to surpass the NCAA record of 45 set in 1971 by Arizona State's Roger Schmuck.

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)