JOHN ANDERSON
HONOLULU
Anderson, 80, a retired winery test consultant, set his 12th state masters age-group record when he swam the 1,500-meter freestyle in 39:22.62. Anderson holds the long-course state records in his age group for all four strokes.

CANDY PUTNAM
ANCHORAGE, ALASKA
Candy, 16, turned in a time of 1:11.46 in the 100-meter backstroke to qualify for the Junior National Olympics. At one meet this year she set five state records—in the 50-, 100-and 200-meter freestyle and the 100-and 200-yard backstroke.

DAVE HARRINGTON
OLD CHELSEA, QUEBEC
Harrington, 37, was the outstanding athlete at the 28th Annual Highland Games and Gathering of Scottish clans in North Carolina. He won six of the events, setting a game record for height (14'9") in the 56-pound-weight toss.

JAKE BROWN
LOMPOC, CALIF.
Jake, 14, won the 100 meters (11.4), the 200 (23.1) and the long jump, with a leap of 19'5½", in a junior meet sponsored by The Athletic Congress of Southern California. He also won the same three events at the Santa Barbara County meet.

SGT JERRY ANDREWS
WACO, TEXAS

SGT. ANN MARIE DYE
HONOLULU
Andrews, a 20-year Air Force veteran who is a recruiting supervisor for north central Texas, and Dye, 32, who is a medical administrative specialist at Hickham Air Force Base in Hawaii, led the Air Force bowling team to a 975-pin victory over the Army in the Inter-Service Championships at McCord Air Force Base in Tacoma, Wash. Andrews was the outstanding male bowler with a 218.5 average for 18 games, while Dye topped the women with a 189.3 average.

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)