TIM GARTON
VAIL, COLO.
Garton, who is a 43-year-old real estate developer, set four 40-44 age-group world records (200- and 400-meter freestyle and 200 and 400 IM) at The Masters Games in Toronto. He already held the 50 and 100 freestyle records.

SANDY COLLINS
SEATTLE
Collins, a freshman at Arizona State, leaped 19'6½" to win her second straight U.S. Junior Olympics long-jump title. She also led Garfield High to a fifth straight Washington AAA girls' track and field title with four first-place finishes.

BOB GUELKER
FLORISSANT, MO.
Guelker, 62, became only the third collegiate soccer coach ever to win 300 games when Southern Illinois-Edwardsville beat Missouri-Rolla 5-1. He was at St. Louis for eight years before coming to SIE in 1967 and has won seven NCAA titles.

RONNIE TUCKER
OMAHA

MARY SUE THOMPSON
COLUMBUS, IND.
Tucker, 47, outscored Jerry Hazel of Omaha during a shootoff for the 28-gauge title at the state skeet-shoot championship in Lincoln, Neb. Her victory in the open division was the first by a woman in the championship's 53-year history. Thompson, 42, became the second female winner in the Vandalia (Ohio) Handicap's 86-year history at the Grand American Trapshoot. She alone broke all 100 targets in the last event of the 10-day shoot.

JOHN RICHARDSON
MILLER, MO.
John, a junior at Miller High, broke the 15-16 age group national javelin record twice this summer with throws of 210' and 221'5" at the TAC and AAU Junior Olympics, respectively. He had never tossed a javelin until June of this year.

PHOTOKENNETH N. REDDING PHOTODAVID PETKIEWICZ PHOTOSCOTT DINE PHOTOWILLIAM H. BATSON PHOTOMARK CROWLEY PHOTOROBERT D. LINDER

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)