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FACES IN THE CROWD
May 15, 1967
Diana Timberlake, 16, a marksman from Alexandria, Va. who won 14 awards at last year's U.S. rifle championships and was a member of the 1966 women's international prone team, became the first girl ever to be selected to the All-Virginia Scholastic Rifle team.
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May 15, 1967

Faces In The Crowd

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Diana Timberlake, 16, a marksman from Alexandria, Va. who won 14 awards at last year's U.S. rifle championships and was a member of the 1966 women's international prone team, became the first girl ever to be selected to the All-Virginia Scholastic Rifle team.

Jack Ernst, a Renton (Wash.) High School pole vaulter who has been clearing 15 feet in competition this spring (the first Washington prep to reach that mark), vaulted 15'6" at a triangular meet in Seattle for a new state record. His team won by 37 points.

Sam Medford, assistant ski coach at Utah State, competed against 136 professionals and amateurs at Alta's National Gelande Ski Jumping Championships and won the trophy for best performance. Runner-up was 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist Pepi Steigler.

John Blair, a right-handed lead-off man for the Dartmouth Indians who was batting .133 earlier in the season, went seven for seven (six straight singles through eight innings and a triple in the ninth) and scored six times as his team shut out Amherst 24-0.

Pamela Fryer, an Arizona State freshman, took overall honors at the college international women's bowling championships in Rochester, N.Y. with 1,136, when she rolled a three-game high and teamed with Susan Pfeffer of Boston University to win the doubles title.

Ken White, photographer for the Independence (Mo.) Examiner and winner of the 1963 World Series for Sport Fishing, took top prize in the U.S. Open Fishing Contest in southwestern Missouri by 136 points. The same weekend he won his state championship.

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