FACES IN THE CROWD

September 18, 1988

MIKE MANLEY
N. LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
Manley, 25, set a world record when he landed a 38-pound, 9-ounce male German brown trout at McClellan's Trout Dock, on the North Fork River. He used a number 16 treble hook tied to a five-foot ultralight rig in a drop-line setup.

JAMILLE JOSE
CARMICHAEL, CALIF.
Jamille, a 15-year-old sophomore at Rio Americano High, beat Debbie Parks, 17, of Phoenix, 5 and 4, to become the second-youngest golfer to win the U.S. Girls' Junior Championship, at the Golden Valley (Minn.) Country Club.

PELLER PHILLIPS III
SEATTLE
Phillips, 18, won the long jump at the Golden West Invitational meet in Sacramento with a wind-aided leap of 27'1¼", the longest high school long jump ever. Carl Lewis, who jumped 26'8¼" in 1979, still holds the official national prep record.

JENNIFER HANKS
BARRINGTON HILLS, ILL.
Jennifer and her 5-year-old gray pony, Gayfield's Royal Blue, won the American Horse Show Association Pony Equitation national championships, in Quentin, Pa. Jennifer, 12, is the youngest rider ever to triumph in the event.

GUNNAR LINDE
VENICE, CALIF.
Linde, 60, set an American record of 10:41.8 in the 3,000-meter run for the 60-and-over age group at an all-comers meet in Los Angeles. His time was 5.2 seconds faster than the old mark, set by Bill Andberg of Minnesota in 1975.

TRACEY ROBERTS
PORTLAND, MAINE
Roberts, 19, a righthanded pitcher, led the Portland All-Stars to the Big League Softball World Series title, in Indianapolis, earning five of her team's 11 playoff wins. Earlier she was 13-0 for Deering High School, the state Class A champion.

PHOTOJEFF BOWEN/ARKANSAS GAZETTE PHOTOHANK DANIEL/B.P.S. PHOTOJAY GODWIN PHOTOGEOFF SCHEERER PHOTOSTEVE GOLDSTEIN PHOTOCHARLES MERRILL

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