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FACES IN THE CROWD

Sept. 09, 1985
Sept. 09, 1985

Table of Contents
Sept. 9, 1985

Southern 500
Pirates
BYU-BC
Aaron Pryor
Baseball
Japan's Game
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FACES IN THE CROWD

RICHARD HOFSTETTER
INDIANAPOLIS
Hofstetter, a 29-year-old attorney and onetime Indiana University swimmer, set a world Master's record of 29.98 in the 50-meter breaststroke for the 25-29 age group. The time was .23 second faster than Brian Naisby's 1981 record.

This is an article from the Sept. 9, 1985 issue Original Layout

NOELLE PORTER
SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF.

TERI WHITLINGER
NEENAH, WIS.

Noelle, a sophomore at San Clemente High School, won the United States Tennis Association's singles championship for 14-and-under girls. She defeated Luann Spadea of Boca Raton, Fla., the tournament's No. 1 seed, 6-4, 6-2 in the final at South Fulton Center in Atlanta. Teri, a junior at Neenah High, who was the 25th seed, beat Karman Wilkison of Adrian, Mich. 7-5, 6-3 to earn the USTA's 16-and-under girls' title at the Charleston Tennis Club in Charleston, W. Va.

JEFF ROGERS
BROOKTON, GA.
Rogers, 22, a machinist and a student, won the National Field Archery Association's freestyle unlimited championship in Darrington, Wash. with 2,723 points, defeating runner-up Rick McMillan of Marietta, Okla. by two points.

JIM COBB
CRAIG, COLO.
Cobb, 69, shot three holes in one in less than 30 hours. The first came on the 167-yard 7th hole at Meeker Golf Course. The next day he aced the 167-yard 3rd and the 162-yard 9th holes on Craig's Yampa Valley course.

BRANDY VENABLE
JACKSON, MISS.
Brandy, 15, surpassed the AAU/USA Junior Olympic heptathlon record for intermediate girls (ages 15-16) with 5,079 points at the national championships in Iowa City, Iowa. She broke by 533 points the previous mark set in 1982.

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