FACES IN THE CROWD

May 17, 1987

BERNIE DUBEK
LYONS, ILL.

JOE KLANCNIK
NILES, ILL.

Dubek, a freshman on the women's Softball team, and Klancnik, a sophomore on the men's baseball team, pitched no-hitters on the same weekend for Triton College, in River Grove, Ill. On Saturday, April 4, Dubek led the Lady Trojans to a seven-inning 11-0 victory over Harper College, the first softball no-hitter in school history. The next day, Klancnik struck out nine batters and walked three others in a seven-inning 5-0 win over Waubonsee College.

TODD CHESBRO
STILLWATER, OKLA.
Todd, a 157-pound senior at Stillwater High, won his fourth straight state wrestling championship. This season he was 33-0 with 27 falls, and he has been undefeated for the past three years, finishing with a 120-2 career record.

COLLIN GODKIN
WEST ALLIS, WIS.
Godkin, a senior at the University of Minnesota, won two events and the all-around title at the Big Ten gymnastics championship. He scored 9.9 on the parallel and the horizontal bars and outpointed David Romero of Illinois 113.15-108.90.

KAREN O'CONNOR
HYDE PARK, N.Y.
Karen, a senior point guard, averaged 46.1 points in seven tournament games to lead the Roosevelt High girls' basketball team to the Class A state title. Her 96 points at the final four and 2.633 career points established state records.

SUSAN REDFIELD
MARBLEHEAD, MASS
Redfield, 51, the Marble-head High girls' track coach, won gold medals in the 300-, 600- and 1,000-yard races, the 60-yard hurdles and the triple jump at the U.S. Masters Indoor track and field championships, in Madison, Wis.

TWO PHOTOSGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOMICHAEL WYKE PHOTOMITCH KEZAR PHOTOKEN BIZZIGOTTI PHOTOGENEVIEVE VILENISKIS

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)