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FACES IN THE CROWD

June 15, 1987
June 15, 1987

Table of Contents
June 15, 1987

NBA Finals
The Belmont
French Open
Kirby Puckett
Nordquist
Boxing
College Baseball
The 1966 Open
First Person
Food
Point After

FACES IN THE CROWD

HEIDI VOORHEES
LOS ANGELES
Heidi, 14, a freshman on the Notre Dame High boys' golf team, shot a 147 to win the girls' 12-to-14 division of the city junior championships. Her 36-hole total was three strokes better than the winner of the girls' 17-and-under division.

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DONALD GUILLOT
PORT ISABEL, TEXAS
Guillot, 22, a senior centerfielder for Pan American University, stole 106 bases in 122 attempts in 59 games to establish an NCAA single-season record. The old mark of 104 was set in 1985 by Tim Barker of Central Florida.

CHARLES JOHNSON
TAMPA
Charles, a senior at King High, led the Lions to the state Class 4A track title in Winter Park, Fla., by winning the long jump (24'4"), the triple jump (47'8"), the 120-yard high hurdles (14.1) and the 330-yard intermediate hurdles (37.8).

BECKY HODDEVIK
PORTLAND, ORE.
Becky, a sophomore pitcher on the Reynolds High softball team, followed a 21-inning, 1-0 victory over Central Catholic with a 6-0, seven-inning perfect game over David Douglas High. This year she was 13-4 with a 0.82 ERA.

SONJA HENNING
RACINE, WIS.
Sonja, a senior at Horlick High, was a three-time Racine County girls' track athlete of the year—competing as a sprinter—and a Parade basketball All-America. Academically, she ranked eighth in her graduating class of 496.

BUDDY HERRERA
MIAMI
Herrera, a salesman of promotional items, used a four-wood to ace the par-3, 207-yard 6th hole at the Riviera Country Club in Coral Gables. He then used a three-iron to shoot a second hole in one on the par-3, 180-yard 9th, for a 35-39-74.

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