FACES IN THE CROWD

September 25, 1983

BART HARRIS
AMSTERDAM, MO.
Bart, 10, surpassed the Junior Olympic 10-and-under record in the six-pound shotput by 11½ inches with a throw of 34'5½" at the Region Eight championships in Manhattan, Kans. He also won the state baseball throw (205 feet).

EDWARD MORSE
CORAL GABLES, FLA.
Edward, 12, won gold medals in the three-meter and platform diving and a silver in the one-meter at the National Junior Olympics in Austin, Texas. At the world age-group championships in New Zealand, he won the three-meter event.

ROBBIE McMICHAEL
WINTER SPRINGS, FLA.
Robbie, 13, set nine state age-group records in both butterfly and free style events over a two-week period. He set three in four races at the Sunshine State Games and six at the State Long Course Championships, in which he won nine of 11 events.

WALTON MEADOR
BLUEFIELD, W. VA.
Meador, 76, a retired engineer in communications, set an over-70 age group record when he broke 190 of 200 targets in winning the class D singles title at the state trapshooting championships. It is his third title since he first won in 1954.

CARLA MCLAUGHLIN
DURHAM, N.C.

MUSA WILLIAMS
DURHAM, N.C.
At the National Junior Olympics held in Durham, Carla, 16, a junior at Northern Durham High, was a triple gold medal winner, finishing first in the 100 meters (11.92) and the 200 (24.02) and running anchor on the Durham Striders' 4 X 100 relay team (47.21). Musa, 16, a senior at Hillside High, broke the meet record in the intermediate men's 5,000 by 3.2 seconds with his time of 15:14.4. He also ran the third leg of the Striders' winning 4 X 800 relay team (8:05.54).

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)