FACES IN THE CROWD

November 19, 1990

JOY DAVIS
DECATUR, GA.
Davis, 19, set a women's state record of 300 pounds in the deadlift and won the Georgia women's powerlifting championship. Previously, she set a world record in the American Federation's Teenage Nationals by bench-pressing 176 pounds.

JAMES KRUEGER
MAUI, HAWAII
Krueger, 51, won four gold medals and set two age-group (50-54) meet records in swimming at the World Senior Games. He won the 50-, 100-, 200- and 500-yard freestyle events with times of 26.87, 58.80, 2:15.11 and 6:31.38, respectively.

LOU WEDDINGTON HART
MERIDIAN, MISS.
Hart, 38, won her ninth state women's amateur golf title by defeating Samantha Mayo 7 and 6 at the Diamond Head Country Club in Bay St. Louis. She had shared the record of eight titles with Agnes Fitzhugh and the LPGA's Mary Mills.

JOHN ALFORD
FLORENCE, KY.
John, a senior tailback at Boone County High, had 1,666 yards on 206 carries and 28 TDs through eight games this season. Six of his touchdowns and 331 yards came in a 62-13 victory over Trotwood-Madison High of Trotwood, Ohio.

FELICIA ZIMMERMANN
RUSH, N.Y.
Felicia, 15, won her fifth straight title in the under-17 girls' foil category at the U.S. Fencing Association's North American Youth Circuit meet by defeating Carin Wolf of Buffalo Grove, Ill., 5-2, 5-1. Felicia also was first in the under-17 èpèe division.

SAL CASTILLO
EL PASO
Castillo, 35, won each of the USTA National Men's 35-and-over grand slam events in doubles by winning the clay court, hard-court, grass court and indoor championships. He is the first player to accomplish this feat with four different partners.

PHOTODAVID PERDEW PHOTOKIRK AEDER PHOTOJUDY ANDREWS PHOTODANNY LANDWEHR PHOTOWALTER COLLEY PHOTORUSSELL BANLAND

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
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HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)