FACES IN THE CROWD

November 20, 1989

JUNE WERNKE
GREENWOOD, IND.
Wernke, a senior on the University of Indianapolis tennis team, ended the season 18-0 in singles and, with partner Amy Potts, 18-0 in doubles for a four-year regular-season record of 65-0 in No. 1 singles and 62-1 in doubles.

LEO CLOUTIER
BRUNSWICK, MAINE
Cloutier, 80, set a state record for the 80-and-over age group by running 100 meters in 17.64 seconds at the Maine Senior Games. He won three other events (ages 75 and over): football throw, softball throw and mile walk.

WENDY DEMBACH
DALLAS
Wendy, 10, won 11 individual gold medals in the 9-10 age group at the YMCA Lone Star Swim Championships, in Fort Worth, and set two meet age-group records, in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:27.76) and the 100 butterfly (1:24.01).

KEVIN KNOPE
ROCHESTER, N.Y.
Kevin, a junior at Greece Olympia High, broke a national high school record by kicking seven field goals in one game. His boots of 30, 25, 30, 49, 20, 28 and 24 yards led the 6-1-1 Spartans to a 41-0 win over Greece Arcadia.

ANN SWANSON
BELLEVUE, WASH.
Swanson, 39, defeated Liz Culver of Seattle 7 and 6 at the Manito Golf and Country Club to retain the state women's title, and beat Tarie Bennett 4 and 3 for her second Seattle women's crown, at the Fairwood Golf and Country Club.

JOHN MULLANE
WINTHROP, MASS.
John, now 14, of the Cottage Park Yacht Club in Winthrop, became the first to successfully defend the midget gold fleet crown in the National Turnabout Championship Regatta for sailors under 14. Chris Beattie, 11, was his crew.

PHOTOMARY ANN CARTER PHOTOKEVIN HIGLEY PHOTOCHARLES MERRILL PHOTOGENEVIEVE VILENISKIS PHOTOLOUIS DELUCA PHOTO

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Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
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