FACES IN THE CROWD

April 29, 1984

AMY BOLEN
MIDDLEBURGH, N.Y.
Amy, an eighth-grader who's allowed to play varsity sports at Middle-burgh High, had 17 shutouts as a goalie to pace the Lady Knights to the state Class C girls' soccer championship. Middle-burgh outscored its opponents 111-12 this season.

JUD LOGAN
NORTH CANTON, OHIO
Logan, 24, threw the 35-pound weight 75'3¼" to surpass by 3½ inches the U.S. record he had set two weeks before. Logan's toss places him fourth on the alltime world list, 3'3¼" behind record holder Tore Johnsen of Norway.

JIM McKEE
MEMPHIS
McKee, 45, an insurance executive, defeated 21-year-old Steve Stapleton 9-21, 21-14, 11-10 to win the Memphis handball championship. He's the reigning Tennessee over-40 champion and won the national over-40 singles crown in 1979.

ANNE HIRD
PROVIDENCE, R.I.

MARCY SCHWAM
WELLESLEY, MASS.
Hird, a 25-year-old library aide, ran a 30-km race in Albany, N.Y. in 1:45:15 to surpass by 2¼ minutes the American women's point-to-point record set by Ellen Hart of Boulder, Colo. in 1982. On the same day, Schwam, 31, a running-shoe representative, ran what's believed to be an American women's best of 4:43:59 in winning the 60-km Knickerbocker run in New York. The old mark of 5:00:16 was held by Beth Chadwick of New York, who was second this time in 4:55:55.

BRUNO BISIACCHI
NORTH BERGEN, N.J.
Bruno, a senior center on the Hudson Catholic High hockey team, scored six goals and had five assists in his last game, a 15-0 defeat of Millburn High, to set a state high school record for goals in a season (66) and tie the mark for points (111).

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)