FACES IN THE CROWD

January 11, 1988

KATE HARVEY
WETHERSFIELD, CONN.
Harvey, 18, won the Medal Finals at the American Royal in Kansas City to become only the third rider to win saddle-seat equitation's triple crown. Earlier she had won the Good Hands Finals and Challenge Cup titles.

KIRK EVERIST
ORINDA, CALIF.
Everist, a junior driver at Cal, scored with 59 seconds left in the second overtime to give the Golden Bears a 9-8 win over Southern California and an NCAA-record seventh national collegiate water polo crown, in Long Beach, Calif.

BARON JACKSON
BATON ROUGE
Baron, a 190-pound senior free safety at Southern Lab High, had 11 interceptions this season to boost his career total to 62 and break by three the national high school record set by Donald Moore of Splendora, Texas, from 1976 to '80.

HERB MAGEE
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA.
Magee, 46, the men's basketball coach at Philadelphia Textile college, got his 400th win when the Rams beat Shippensburg 75-62. Magee has a 21-year record of 400-169 and holds Textile's career scoring record (2,235 points).

KIRA JORGENSEN
VISTA, CALIF.

ROBERT KENNEDY
WESTERVILLE, OHIO
Kira, a junior at Rancho Buena Vista High and the fastest schoolgirl miler in the country last year, with a 4:47.66, won the national high school cross-country championship, beating 31 other runners over a 5,000-meter course in San Diego's Balboa Park. She finished in 17:08.7, eight seconds ahead of Susan Bliss of St. Charles, Mo. Robert, a senior at Westerville North High, ran the same course in 14:59—even though he fell descending a hill—to beat John Sence of Milford, Ohio, by 9.9 seconds.

PHOTODENNIS YONAN PHOTOTHEARON HENDERSON PHOTOSTAN ALOST PHOTOGEORGE WIDMAN PHOTOCHARLES STARR PHOTOCRAIG HOLMAN

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)