FACES IN THE CROWD

September 27, 1987

HARRY DRAKE
OGDEN, UTAH
Drake, 72, a bow designer for the Browning manufacturing company, set a world crossbow record by shooting a titanium arrow 2,006 yards, 1 foot, 9 inches. He shattered his own 20-year-old mark by more than 600 yards.

KRISTI BALDRIDGE
PORTER, TEXAS
Kristi, 10, won the gold medal in the 10-and-under triathlon at the Junior Olympic championships, held in Provo, Utah. She scored 787 points in the event, which comprises the high jump, the shot put and the 200-meter dash.

MATTHEW HOCKEBORN
AUBURN, NY.
Matthew, an eighth-grader at the East Middle School, fanned 16 of 18 batters while pitching his second perfect game of the season for the Local 3482 Little League team in an 8-0 win over Lattimore Insurance. He was 6-2 on the season.

GENE BELL
BARTOW, FLA.
Bell, a 31-year-old Air Force staff sergeant, won his fourth national title in powerlifting, at a meet in Chicago. In the competition's three mandatory categories—squat, deadlift, bench press—Bell lifted a total of 1,790 pounds.

DONNA ANDREWS
LYNCHBURG, VA.

MARY OUELLETTE
MILLINOCKET, MAINE
Andrews, a junior at the University of North Carolina, defeated Jane Mack of Richmond 3 and 2 to win her third straight Virginia State Women's title, at the Cascades course in Hot Springs. Ouellette, a 27-year-old physical education instructor and golf coach at Stearns High, shot a five-over-par 227 to beat Holly Anderson of Cumberland by two strokes to claim her sixth Maine Women's State Amateur championship in seven years, at the Penobscot Valley Country Club in Orono.

PHOTOELLEN BLALOCK PHOTOWAYNE FLEISHER PHOTOTOM GRAVES JR./CVIS PHOTODAVID BROWN/NORTHSTAR TWO 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)