FACES IN THE CROWD

August 13, 1989

ERIC ULREY
SEYMOUR, IND.
Eric, 15, had the first 300 game in the nine-year history of the state's Young American Bowling Alliance tournament, which was held at Cooper's Sport Bowl in Anderson, Ind. He has a 178 average in the Seymour junior varsity league.

SUSAN HALFACRE
CHAGRIN FALLS, OHIO
Halfacre, 37, a former swim coach, won five individual events at the U.S. masters short-course championships, in Boca Raton, Fla. She also swam on two winning relay teams—both of which set U.S. women's age 35-39 records.

ARTHUR TRIPLETTE
BONITA, CALIF.
Arthur, 7, a leftfielder, made an unassisted triple play in a Sweetwater Valley League tee-ball game. After catching a fly for one out, he tagged a runner trying to return to second and chased down another who had wandered off third.

ADRIAN CLARK
UNCASVILLE, CONN.
Clark, who will be a senior at the University of New Haven, set an NCAA Division II record with eight hits, including four triples and a double, in eight at bats during the Chargers' 33-2 win over Westfield (Mass.) State.

SARAH KRIEGER
SUMMIT, N.J.

BOBO MANGAN
CHATHAM, N.J.

Krieger, 29, a recent graduate of Fordham University's business school, and Mangan, 30, a teaching pro, won the women's national platform tennis championship, in Scarsdale, N.Y. In the final match they beat Sue Aery of Bedminster, N.J., and Mary Ginnard of Cleveland 7-6, 6-3 to become the youngest titleholders in the 55-year history of the event. In 1978, Krieger and Mangan, then seniors in high school, teamed together to win the women's national junior title.

PHOTO PHOTOJOHN H. REID III PHOTOCHARLES STARR PHOTOTHOMAS STEVENS TWO PHOTOSSHARON GUYNUP

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)