FACES IN THE CROWD

June 07, 1981

MICHAEL ANDRETTI
NAZARETH, PA.
Michael, the son of two-time Indy 500 winner Mario and a college freshman, drove his Formula Ford to victory in each of his first three SCCA amateur road races this year, at West Palm Beach, Se-bring, Fla. and Summit Point, W. Va.

FRANKLIN STUBBS
HAMLET, N.C.
Stubbs, a 6'2" sophomore first baseman at Virginia Tech, led the Hokies to a 48-9 season by hitting 29 home runs, tying the NCAA single-season record. He also had a .417 average, 83 RBIs, 59 walks and 34 steals (in 37 attempts).

KAY HANKINS
PRAIRIE DU SAC, WIS.
Hankins, a 36-year-old grocery-store department manager, defeated Aileen McComas of Blue Springs, Mo. to win her third straight women's open title at the World Cow-Chip Contest in Beaver, Okla. Her winning toss was 91'5".

TONY BARNETT
BETHESDA, MD.
Tony, 13, won six events at the Eastern Zone Age-Group Swimming Championships in Philadelphia. Among his wins were a 12-and-under national record of 58.04 in the 100-yard backstroke and a second best ever of 58.07 in the 100 IM.

TERRI TURNER
NEW CANEY, TEXAS
Terri, a junior at New Caney High, established a national girls' high school record with a triple jump of 40'9½" at the state Class 4A track and field meet. She surpassed the mark of 40'1½" set by Charlotte Reese of Columbia, S.C. last year.

DONALD RAMSEY
EUGENE, ORE.
Ramsey, 24, a petty officer on the U.S.S. Midway, beat 213 others with a time of 33:10 in the on-ship Gonzo Memorial 10-km. run. The race, held in intense heat on the Indian Ocean, covered 21 laps of the carrier's flight deck.

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)