FACES IN THE CROWD

March 05, 1984

KEVIN WALLS
CAMDEN, N.J.
Kevin, a 6'2", 180-pound senior guard for the Camden High basketball team, through Sunday was averaging 45.5 points per game for the 26-0 Panthers. He had a high game of 81, was shooting 60% and has signed with Louisville.

TAMMY TIBBLES
CRESTON, WASH.
Tammy, a senior guard on the Creston High girls' basketball team, averaged 34 points a game through Sunday for the 22-1 Comets. Led by her 44 points. Creston, which has 45 students, beat 1,260-student Lewis and Clark High 81-43.

JOHN DOZIER
ASPEN, COLO.
Dozier, 31, a businessman, won the Beaver Creek Mountain Man Winter Triathlon, the first event of its kind held in the U.S., in four hours, 43 minutes. Dozier cross-country skied 11.5 miles, snowshoed 8.1 miles and ice-skated 12.4 miles.

EVELYN VOLKRINGER
TUCSON, ARIZ.
Volkringer, 66, a housewife, won the senior women's division of the U.S. International Skeet and Clay Pigeon championships at Fort Benning, Ga. by hitting 253 of 400 "birds." She is ranked No. 8 among all U.S. women skeet shooters.

HUNT DICKSON
DEMOPOLIS, ALA.

HEATHER DICKSON
DEMOPOLIS, ALA.
Between them, Hunt, 11, and his sister Heather, 8, hold 15 national age-group records in distance running. Hunt, a runner since age eight, has set six marks at distances from 20 km to 30 km, including, most recently, the 25-km record for 11-year-olds (1:44:52). Heather, who has been running for four years, has established nine standards at distances from 8,000 meters to 30 km, including eight-and-under marks for the 20 km (1:32:33) and the 25 km (2:01:24).

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)