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Echoes of Footprints: Racing Through the Years at Crystal Springs

30th Anniversary Commemorative Edition 1971 - 2001

Researched and Prepared by Michael R. Elsesser and edited by Hank Lawson

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Table of Contents

Appendix A - Location & Course Maps (6) Appendix B - 1974 AAU Men's National XC Championships - Old 10K course (8) Appendix C - 1975 AAU Women's National XC Championships (17) Appendix D - 1979 NorCal HS XC Championships (3) Appendix E - 1979 Kinney-West Regional XC Championships (3) Appendix F - 1979 State JC XC Championships (4) Appendix G - 1980 PA/AAU Junior XC Championships (2) Appendix H - 1990 PA/AAU XC Championships (2) Appendix I - Coaches "Hall Of Fame" (7) Appendix J - Articles & Photos (15) Appendix K - History of CCS Cross Country (3) Appendix L - Forrest Jamieson - Father of CCS X-C (7) Appendix M - Joe Henderson - Making the Past Last (2) Appendix N - Speech by Forrest Jamieson (13) Appendix O - Peninsula 'Track' Revolution - SF Chronicle (2) Appendix P - Explanation of Entries & Abbreviations (2) Appendix Q - High School Records - Old Course, 2.25m (43) Appendix R - High School Records, 2.95m (14) Appendix S - Junior/Community College Records (9) Appendix T - Open/Club/Collegiate Records (6) Appendix U - Second Generation Records (1) Appendix V - All NorCal (3) Miscellaneous Pictures (4)

Appendix A

Location, Course Maps & Video

Directions to Crystal Springs

High School Course Map

JC Course Map

Aerial View of HS Course Map

Video of Crystal Springs

Virtual Tour of Crystal Springs - WMV file (4:35) - Download Video Instructions

and they're off...

Appendix B

1974 AAU Men's National XC Championships

Neil Cusack (left) & Ted Castaneda (center) shown leading.

Winner John Ngeno (in second).

Appendix C

AAU Women's National XC Championships

Appendix D

1979 NorCal HS XC Championships

Appendix E

1979 Kinney-West Regional XC Championships

1979 Kinney Western Regionals - VIDEO

Appendix F

1979 State JC XC Championships

Appendix G

1980 PA-AAU Junior XC Championships

Appendix H

1990 PA-AAU XC Championships

Appendix I

Hall Of Fame

Appendix J

Articles & Photos

Peninsula Living
Palo Alto Times / Redwood City Tribune

Saturday, October 25, 1975

San Jose Mercury News

November 25, 1982

San Mateo Times

November 4, 1983

Peninsula Times Tribune

November - 1983

Peninsula Times Tribune

Saturday, October 15, 1991

San Mateo Times

Saturday, October 19, 1995



Times Tribune

November - ????

Times Tribune

Month ?? - 1982ish

San Mateo Times

Tuesday, October 15, 1996

San Mateo Times

Friday, October 18, 1996

They're Off!
(notice finish of prior race in background)

Appendix K

History of CCS Cross-Country

CCS Cross Country: A Brief History by Howard Willman edited by Hank Lawson circa 1983 Though there had been occasional cross country races before his time, Forrest Jamieson (Sept 5, 1919 - Dec 30, 2005) is considered the father of high school cross country in the Bay Area. It was not until Jamieson's arrival at Palo Alto High in the early '50s that the sport began its incredible growth, directly attributed to Jamieson's efforts to popularize it. And that was not difficult to do. Cross country was, and still is, an easy sport to comprehend. As a team sport, it stressed an aspect of running that was not as important on the track. Because it is a team sport, its numbers of participants grew easily and fast. (In fact, today some high school cross country teams out-number their track squads.) Jamieson, still considered one of the area's best-ever coaches, was most instrumental in molding the sport into its current shape, a shape which has for over 30 years been a hotbed of national talent. In 1954, the North Coast Section (NCS) officially sanctioned the sport, and on November 20, the first NCS Championships were held. A 1.96-mile course at the Stanford Golf Course was laid out, and it was to become the site of the NCS for 10 consecutive years. Also held on that course were "center meets," an invitation by Jamieson to help popularize the sport here. The meets were almost immediately successful, attracting as many as 1000 participants each week. In 1957, Track & Field News editor Bert Nelson started "postal" competitions. The idea was to have high school teams running 2 miles on a track per runner for 5 members, adding the times together for a team total. Coaches mailed the results to T&FN to serve as a comparison for schools across the nation. The event grew so popular that the 2-mile eventually became nearly standard throughout the country in state track meets (California first held a 2-mile in its 1965 state meet). In 1962, Hillsdale coach Plato Yanicks (since moved to Menlo Atherton) started, with the helpful support of the Northern California Track & Field Association, all-NorCal teams. A few years later, Citizen Savings joined in the sponsorship. Yanicks led selection committees until 1981, when the top runners began to be selected on the basis of their finish at the NorCal meet. The sport is still running strong today, as are center meets, postal meets (which were discontinued in the late '80s, ed.), and section championships. In 1965, the Central Coast Section (CCS) was formed for cross country, as the CCS was breaking away sport-by-sport from the NCS. Since that breakaway, the sport has been gaining momentum, though maybe reaching a plateau by 1980 (latest census shows that running, in general, had its biggest year to date in 1997, ed.). Cross country's popularity became so great that in 1970 separate divisions were instituted. In 1970 and '71, schools were polarized into "large" and "small" divisions based upon school population. In '72, a "medium" division was also added. But it became very apparent after '72 that the idea of the CCS champion was being lost, so in 1973 the CCS coaches went back to the standard setup, only increasing the qualifiers about 50% from pre- 1970 days. In 1977, the CCS incorporated its first girls championships. In 1978, the first Northern California Championships, an idea which had been brewing in the minds of many coaches for about 20 years, were finally a reality, in large part to the efforts of Menlo-Atherton coach Plato Yanicks. In 1979, Kinney Shoes began sponsoring a National cross country championship for individuals by holding 5 (now 4) regional meets: though runners deterred no prep stars. A California state meet had been rumored for several years, but the suggestion seemed to be on a back burner until more administrators warmed up to the idea. (An unofficial state meet was held in Merced back in 1957, but the NorCal meets since 1978 had been the next closest thing to an official state meet. Some coaches believed the Kinney Western Regional meet was the perfect setting for an unofficial state meet.) (In 1987, the reality of a true state meet came to fruition. It was held at Fresno's Woodard Park, where individuals and teams came together to compete in one of 5 divisions [increased from the 3 divisions of the early '70s] ed.) As mentioned earlier, the Stanford Golf Course served as the area's standard course in the '50s and early '60s. It, too, became popular, but not with those who played golf on it, and, defiantly, the runners were eventually not allowed to use the course after 1963. (in recent years, however, the high school runners have been allowed one meet per year at Stanford Golf course.) The section meet's home wandered several places, one of them being a 2.25 mile course near Crystal Springs Reservoir in Belmont. In 1971, because of construction of Interstate 280, the course was re-done and laid down to its present 2.95 miles. College of San Mateo coach Bob Rush is considered by San Mateo city and San Francisco Water District officials to be the "parent" of the course. Crystal Spring's odd distance (2.95) is attributed to the fact that when the course first opened, a large trench was dug for a pipeline right where they wanted the start to be. Hence, they had to move the start forward a bit making the course shorter than the designers had originally intended. 1983 will mark the 7th year in a row that the CCS meet will be contested there (and every year through 2001, also, ed.). The first 3 NorCal meets and the first Kinney Western Regional meet were held there, as were the 1974 AAU Men's and 1975 Women's National Championships and various other championship meets. Center meets, the Crystal Springs Invitational (now called the Serra Invitational, ed.) and several league and region meets are also contested there. Unlike the Stanford Golf Course, Crystal Springs is solely a cross country course. And like any course, Crystal Springs has received both positive and negative comments. Most of its negative criticisms seem to be a direct correlation to the course's tough nature (long, somewhat hard dirt surface, steep downhill at start). (As well as lack of parking, ed.) And its positive praise is what can't be beat for meets of large and important stature: it can handle large numbers of runners, and spectators can see over 75% of the race. Like many courses, it is not invincible to weather tantrums (rain and wind), though Crystal Springs' paths can handle more water than any other dirt or grass course in the CCS. Throughout the past decades, it has offered the cross country community an extreme sense of familiarity. Yet no matter how often one has run it in the past, Crystal Springs is always a challenge to the runner who treads its paths again.

Appendix L

Forrest Jamieson (Sept 5, 1919 - Dec 30, 2005)

The Paper Route - Forrest Jamieson

A Look at the Man - Forrest Jamieson

"The runner is much more than a point-producing, time-recording machine. He's an artist, as much as a man who plays a violin or writes poetry. The runner must be allowed to develop his running as an art form."
Forrest Jamieson, to Runner's World Magazine "Booklet of the Month" No. 3 September 1971 Within the pantheon of track and field coaching legends, probably the name least recognized today belongs to Forrest James "Jamie" Jamieson. Long-time observers of the San Francisco running scene remember him as the "father" of local high school distance running, having founded the first Peninsula cross country team at Palo Alto (Paly) High in 1952. However, his influence cuts a much broader swath throughout the pages of American recreational running. To best appreciate Forrest Jamieson's impact, we shall return to his youth, to an era when the mile was the longest distance run in high school track programs and cross country teams challenged marching bands for halftime entertainment honors at Friday night football games.
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Born in 1919 in Bend, Oregon (coincidentally - or maybe not - a current hotbed of teenage running talent), Forrest moved with his family to the California Central Valley town of Galt (near Sacramento) in 1925. Vast networks of criss-crossing country roads provided fertile running venues; Forrest would soon develop 55-second quarter-mile speed by running between telephone poles while delivering the Sacramento Bee newspaper on his childhood paper route. After competing on Galt High’s first cross country team in 1935, moving to the 880 yard and one mile “distance” events during the spring track season was natural - and highly successful, since his sit-and-kick tactics garnered a near-miss second-place finish in the mile run at the 1936 California High School State Track & Field Championships. It was during his prep track days that Forrest befriended a younger competitor from nearby rival Stockton High. Many years later, editor and publisher Bert Nelson would profoundly influence the world of track and field.
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Graduation from Galt in 1937 was followed by two successful years as a “do-everything” sprinter/middle-distance runner at Sacramento City College. Forrest’s versatility as a 50 second quartermiler/4:30 miler/10-flat two miler caught the attention of Franklin “Pitcher” Johnson, track coach at Drake University who was recruiting in Northern California while interviewing for the head coaching position at Stanford University (a job he was offered and did accept). Johnson saw in Forrest the ideal relay specialist, a runner capable of handling relay legs from the 440 distance on up while scoring occasional points in the open 880 and mile. Forrest accepted the track scholarship offer; off to Des Moines he went.
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Through his participation on Drake’s cross country team, Forrest became acutely aware of the popularity of this autumn sport throughout the Midwest and East Coast. (Indeed, Bill Easton - who became Drake’s head coach a year later - hailed from Indiana, a state long embracing of harrier talents. Indiana University was twice AAU national champion in the 1930s, also winning NCAA Division I titles in 1938 and 1940. Drake would later dominate collegiate cross country during the war years, winning NCAA championships in 1944-1945-1946.) Forrest also recognized the important carryover conditioning effects of fall turf running into the winter/spring track season, which became clearly evident in the spring of 1941 when he helped lead Drake to a relay circuit trifecta, winning the 4x880 relay at the Texas, Kansas and Drake Relays. Drake was a member of the Missouri Valley Conference. Once a year, in early spring, each conference school would hold a dual track and field meet with a local non-conference school for the benefit of it’s freshmen, who were ineligible to compete in all NCAA varsity sports at the time. To determine the best freshman team in the conference, each school would mail (“post”) the results of each freshmen meet to conference headquarters, which would then tabulate the results and announce the school rankings and best marks. Years later these paper, or “postal” meets, provided the inspiration for Forrest’s signature innovation as a distance running coach. Forrest met and married his wife Ruth while at Drake; he graduated in 1943 with his B.A. in Liberal Arts/English.
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World War II beckoned; three years of naval service - first as an enlisted chied petty officer, later as a commissioned officer - took Forrest on tours of duty to New Caledonia, Okinawa, Pearl Harbor and other landmarks of wartime fame. During this period, Forrest’s running background found him serving his country as “Chief Athletic Specialist”, responsible for maintaining the physical fitness and preparedness of his ships’ crews.
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Putting ashore for good in 1946, Forrest enrolled in the San Diego State College (later University) teachers’ accreditation program; he received his California teaching credentials a year later. He served as an assistant coach on the track and field team during this period. Riding the initial shock wave of America’s post-war economic boom, Forrest accepted his first teaching position at newly opened Chula Vista High School in San Diego County. Here, in the fall of 1947, Forrest Jamieson launched his head coaching career by founding the school’s (boys) cross country program. Cross country was not new to Southern California. Contemporary records indicate that Southern Section championships (including San Diego County schools, which did not form their own section until 1960) date to 1926. However, few multi-team invitationals were held, in part due to the paucity of high schools offering cross country as an interscholastic sport. Rather, most races were dual meets, oftentimes scheduled to start and conclude on tracks during halftimes of football games. Effective? Probably. Demeaning? Forrest certainly thought so, and set about to implement his own solution. It seemed logical to him that a regularly scheduled series of meets, held at a single racing venue central to all participating schools, was a more reasonable option. Thus was born the “Center Meet”, an invitational meet held two or three times each season, every year, offering each runner the opportunity to guage his progress over the span of his high school running career. In the fall of 1948, following a year of promoting and browbeating, Chula Vista hosted its first Center Meet on the grounds of San Diego State College. As the post-war economic boom accelerated, more schools opened and more cross country teams sprang forth; Forrest’s Center Meets flourished.
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Coach Jamieson returned to Northern California in 1950 intent on pursuing his Master’s Degree at Stanford University, but found himself instead consigned to naval duties at to the onset of the Korean War. Forrest returned home in late 1951 to resume his Stanford studies; by spring 1952 he was teaching and coaching track and field at nearby Palo Alto High School. In autumn of that year, Paly had its first cross country team. Cross country on the San Francisco Peninsula was non-existant at that time. Indeed, throughout the entire San Francisco Bay area, only Balboa, Poly (now closed) and Lowell of San Francisco, Lincoln and Tech of San Jose, Hayward, Bishop O’Dowd and El Cerrito in the East Bay, and Tamalpais in the North Bay are known to have offered the sport following the war. Even Stanford University had no cross country team. But it did have a beautiful, verdant, oak-studded golf course located midway between San Francisco and San Jose. Just the perfect venue for a Center Meet. With the assistance of Jack Weiershauser, then head track and field coach at Stanford, Forrest convinced the University’s administration to open its golf course each fall to the local high school harriers. These Peninsula Center Meets grew in popularity to 1200 meet participants, eventually overwhelming the local golfing community which persuaded Stanford to kick the kids off their course following the 1963 season. Fortunately, through the dedicated efforts of former Carlmont High coach Loren Lansberry and former College of San Mateo coach Bob Rush, a permanent home nestled in the Belmont foothills overlooking the Crystal Springs Reservoirs was secured, where the tradition of holding Center Meets on the last three Thursdays in October continues to this day over the rustic, sepentine trails of Crystal Springs International Cross Country Course. And Stanford University, under new head track and field coach Payton Jordan, reinstated cross country as an intercollegiate sport in the fall of 1956.
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The decade of the ‘50s proved kind to Forrest Jamieson and his thinclads at Paly. Winning and record breaking continued unabated, each success breeding an ever-growing crucible of talented runners to continue the cycle. Two mile, four mile and distance medley relay records and nation-leading times were the order of the day. Paly’s cross country teams were consistent North Coast Section champions, captained by a succession of elite harrier stars. Great coaches beget great athletes; Forrest’s legacy will forever be linked to the career of Ron Larrieu, arguably America’s first teenage distance running prodigy (predating Gerry Lindgren by a decade). Ron Larrieu helped catapult Palo Alto’s cross country team to national prominence while gaining personal glory as Northern California’s Premier harrier throughout his junior and senior seasons. However, Larrieu’s defining prep moment occurred on the track in late March 1956 when - with virtually the entire San Francisco Bay area track community in attendance - he raced two miles in 9:39.3, breaking the national scholastic mark of 9:44.3 set 31 years earlier. That effort was true history in-the-making, as it represents a clearly defined launching point for recognition of the two mile run as a legitimate and necessary addition to high school track programs throughout the country. Until then, distance running on all levels in the United States was so neglected that the 9:44.3 from 1925 was not even officially recognized in the high school record books. Indeed, high school officials discontinued the two mile run in the early 1930s following a decision to lower the prep eligibility age limit from 20 to 19. They believed the strain of running such a long distance was too much for a teenager to handle. This process for acceptance of the two mile run was fully realized by the 1970s, when elite high school boys broke 9 minutes on a seemingly routine basis. Ron Larrieu emerged in the early 1960s as one of the country’s top distance specialists, ultimately representing the United States in the 10,000 meters at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic Games. In retrospect, Ron and (younger sister) Francine Larrieu were true pioneers, standard bearers for generations of American distance runners throughout the past four decades.
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Paly’s wildly successful distance running program brought similar recognition to its coach. The name Forrest Jamieson became synonymous with winning and records on the prep level. He was respected nationwide by his peers as a builder of character as well as a molder of champions. Possibly the zenith of Forrest’s first decade as coach occurred in June 1956 when Brutus Hamilton, Forrest’s close friend and CAL Bears head track coach, chose him to chair the high school segment of the 1st International Track and Field Coaches Clinic held on the UC-Berkeley campus. Financing from the US State Department helped fly in coaches from around the world, bringing international fame to all in attendance. The original, unvarnished transcript of Forrest’s presentation, “Cross Country for High School Coaches as I See It,” a 15-page distillation of his administrative and coaching philosophies then extant, is included in this appendix.
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By the mid-1950s, head coach Bill Bowerman had built the University of Oregon cross country and track and field squads into national powerhouses. Bowerman himself was gaining legendary status as a coach and technical innovator, constantly tinkering with running surfaces and new shoe designs. With Stanford’s harrier program revived under Payton Jordon, Bowerman brought his team to the Stanford Golf Course in the fall of 1957 - and his first encounter with Forrest Jamieson. Their lasting friendship would soon have profound implications on American recreational and competitive distance running.
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Hungarian runners, under internationally reknowned coach Mihaly Igloi, were all the rage in 1955-1956, setting and resetting world distance records and winning major international races. A move was afoot following the 1956 Hungarian uprising to bring Igloi to the United States (which eventually did occur) in an attempt to improve elite American distance running. Forrest Jamieson had a different idea. If he could help runners such as Ron Larrieu develop world-class talent, why couldn’t other high school coaches throughout the country do the same? Seeking to further develop American distance running talent at the grass roots level, while concurrently promoting interest and participation in the sport of cross country, Forrest began the process of organizing and promoting a nationwide series of “postal meets”, two mile races run on tracks following the conclusion of the cross country season. This variation on postal track meets from his Drake years would determine an unofficial national high school cross country team champion: simply total up the times from the top five runners from each participating postal meet team; the team with the lowest aggregate time would be the winner. Standardized track surfaces and the two mile distance would ensure the accuracy of this nationwide competition. Coaches from around the country would mail or telex their team and individual times to a central reporting body; results would then be tabulated and announced soon afterwards. Forrest first approached SPORTS ILLUSTRATED - and was promptly sent packing. A more sympathetic ear had to be found - and was, just a few miles away in the adjacent town of Los Altos. There, Bert Nelson, Forrest’s former high school rival, was editing a small, growing publication titled TRACK AND FIELD NEWS, a magazine he co-founded with his brother Cordner in 1948. Nelson readily agreed to promote Forrest’s postal meets. Postal meet directors would mail results to TRACK AND FIELD NEWS, which would tally up the results and report the top teams and individuals in its January issues. Through this format, Forrest annually challenged the nation’s top high school cross country teams to match the marks put up by his Paly squads. With publicity offered through the magazine and the PALO ALTO TIMES newspaper, the first two mile postal race competitions were launched throughout the United States following the conclusion of the 1957 cross country season. 1957’s national winner was Morningside of Inglewood, CA in 50:25.5 (10:05.1 per runner); Paly placed second in 51:14.2. Paly’s John Northway took individual honors in 9:47.0. Within a few years, nation-leading marks dropped significantly below 50 minutes (sub-10:00 two mile average for five runners). Like the Center Meets, postal competitions exploded in quality and popularity, rivaling sectional and even state meets throughout the country for prominence as the “peak” meets of the year. Eventually, schools competed in up to four postals yearly in an attempt to beat competing marks. Even three-mile postal races were run during the “boom” years of the late ‘60s and ‘70s. Again, Forrest’s instincts for promoting and nurturing young American distance talent had proven right on target. As the coup de’ grace, California officials finally added the two mile run to the state track championship format in 1965.
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By 1959, Forrest Jamieson had garnered a lifetime of achievements during his twelve years of coaching. Seeking a change, and wishing to take advantage of travel and teaching opportunities abroad offered through the State Department, Forrest, Ruth and their three boys boarded the Pacific Orient Liner bound for the South Pacific. This year-long sabbatical had been brewing for years, stirred not only by Forrest’s interests in the region’s youth fitness programs, but especially by the phenomenal performances of Australia’s elite middle distance runners - Herb Elliot, John Landy, et. Al. - trained by mercurial coach Percy Cerruty. Before anchoring in Australia, the Pacific Orient berthed in New Zealand for the first two months of the journey. While conducting coaching clinics throughout Kiwiland, Forrest received word of a shoe cobbler in Auckland, a former runner reknowned throughout this island nation for his revolutionary coaching methods employed by the country’s top distance runners. Though their first meeting was a bit icy and restrained, Forrest’s lifelong friendship had begun with Arthur Lydiard, mentor to Peter Snell, Murray Halberg and many others who would gain lasting fame a year later at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games. Forrest was astounded to discover that, in this relatively small city of Auckland (population 600,000), on a geographically isolated chain of South Pacific islands, there resided a close-knit clan of some seven of the world’s greatest distance runners, all living and training within a few miles of Lydiard’s home. Equally impressive were the Auckland-area citizens’ “joggers clubs”, encouraged and inspired by Lydiard to run 50-60 miles per week, just for the health of it. Forrest’s fortuitous introduction to Arthur Lydiard, a man now judged to be one of the most influential figures in the history of distance running, would challenge and dramatically alter his approach to training American high schoolers. Their meeting would ultimately usher in a golden new era in the annuals of American distance running.
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Arthur Lydiard was a shoe cobbler by trade. In the 1950s, before Olympic glory allowed him to cash in on his name, being a shoe tradesman was his full-time profession. Forrest remembered good friend Bill Bowerman’s shoe design tinkering after meeting coach/cobbler Lydiard. Jamie wrote Bowerman, who corresponded with Lydiard throughout 1960. In January 1961 Bowerman sent star miler Dyrol Burleson down to New Zealand to compete on the Kiwi summer track and field circuit and receive firsthand knowledge of the Lydiard training system. A year later, Bill Bowerman traveled to New Zealand to meet the now famous coach of gold medalists Peter Snell and Murray Halberg. Like Jamie, Bowerman was struck not only by Lydiard’s revolutionary training methods, but by how certain of these concepts - specifically, slow running over long distances, or “jogging” - were being used every day by the local population. Upon returning to the US, Bowerman promoted jogging as a health-enhancing exercise to the citizens in his hometown of Eugene. To these track-mad fans, here was a way to vicariously experience the activity they loved as a sport. Bowerman found himself preaching to the choir; in short order, people of all ages were jogging around the streets and trails of Eugene. Bowerman then wrote Jogging, which described his ideas on slow distance fitness running. The jogging craze in America had begun.
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Oh yes, Bowerman’s shoe tinkering. It is unknown to this author exactly what advice Lydiard offered in regards to shoe design. What is known is that many years later, Bowerman’s outer sole “waffle” design led to the formation of a small enterprise known as Blue Ribbon Sports. In time, the company changed its name to a certain goddess of Greek mythology; it no longer is a small enterprise.
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Following his sabatical, Forrest returned to Palo Alto High School and resumed his coaching duties in the fall of 1960. He remained Paly’s coach through the spring of 1963. Forrest parlayed his contacts in the State Department to further international coaching assignments that continued throughout the 1970s. Mexico, Papau New Guinea and New Zeaaland (several times) were interspersed with teaching and coaching positions at St. Francis High/Mountain View, Pt Loma High/San Diego, Terman Junior High/Palo Alto, and a final stint as head coach at Palo Alto High in 1971-1973. The Jamieson family moved to the San Diego area in 1973, where until 1984 Forrest worked six months each year in an administrative position at the Del Mar Race Track. He spent the other six months coaching high school and undertaking various state department assignments, usually in the South Pacific, frequently New Zealand where he had developed quite a following. In 1984, 37 years after founding Chula Vista High’s cross country program, Forrest put down the whistle for what he thought would be the last time. In 1987, Forrest and Ruth Jamieson “retired” to the Central Valley town of Lodi, near his boyhood home in Galt.
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However, by 1990, feeling an itch for coaching again that he just couldn’t scratch away, Jamie signed on at Tokay High School in Lodi - but not as a distance coach. Long aware of a camaraderie unique amoungst pole vaulters, he volunteered his efforts as the school’s new pole vault assistant. A year later, with the opening of Bear Creek High School in north Stockton, Forrest accepted his last paid coaching position by starting, for the third time in his career, the school’s cross country teams. The somewhat sad and telling circumstances surrounding these two positions is retold in the following reprinting of an article on Jamie which appeared in the June 1991 publication of Joe Henderson’s Running Commentary. To this day one can find Forrest Jamieson involved as ever, volunteering his efforts as a timer at high school cross country competitions and as a pole vault official at prep track and field meets throughout the Stockton-Lodi region of California.
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Technological innovations, changing population demographics, competition for talent from other sports, Title IX, different training methods: these factors and many others have dramatically altered the San Francisco Bay area running landscape since Forrest Jamieson blazed the first trails back in 1952. The (belated) 1987 introduction of California’s State High School Cross Country Championships, plus huge mid-season interstate invitationals and the continued success of the Kinney/Foot Locker National Championships begun in 1979, have conspired to relegate most postal meets to the pages of history; postals were, quite literally, victims of their own remarkable success. Center Meets live on at Crystal Springs, though attracting only local entries as they compete for talent with the hugely popular Stanford and Mt SAC Invitationals and other meets drawing regional talent. Forrest Jamieson’s singular goal was to improve both the status and quality of distance running in the United States by starting at the grass-roots level with the high school runner. The explosion in popularity of cross country and two mile track racing in the 11960s and 1970s remains testament to his vision, resourcefulness and unflagging determination. The popularity of jogging as a fitness exercise, medically verified in Dr. Ken Cooper’s 1968 best-seller Aerobics and by numerous other scientific studies before and since, can be traced to the 1959-1960 conjunction of Messrs. Lydiard, Jamieson and Bowerman. In many ways, this retelling of Forrest Jamieson’s career is the story of the post-war “modern era” of distance running in America.
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One minor but noteworthy item from the history books: it is recorded that Forrest Jamieson captured second place in the mile run at the 1936 California state championships. His time of 4:31.4 established a new Galt High School record. Sixty years later, it still is.
”I don’t coach, I coax. I don’t demand. I just try to persuade. There’s a difference.”
Forrest Jamieson, to Runner’s World Magazine “Booklet of the month” No. 3 September 1971

Appendix M

Article by Joe Henderson

Making the Past Last - Joe Henderson

Joe Henderson’s

Running Commentary

JUNE 1991 - ISSUE 189

Making the Past Last

Retirement was nicer to anticipate than to experience for Forrest Jamieson. He came to dislike staying around the house all the time, and his wife liked it even less. So at age 70, Jamieson went back to coaching high school track this year. He once was the Bill Bowerman of high school distance coaches - as successful and innovative in his own sphere as the University of Oregon coach was in his. The distance job was taken at the school in Jamieson’s central California town. So he volunteered to work with the pole vaulters. He saw enough of the runners to grow irritated with their coaches. “All they seem to do is yell at their kids,” he says. “From the results I see, there isn’t much real coaching being done.” If he tried to give a coach gentle hints on how to do the job better, he got a “Who does this old guy think he is?” response. The same question came up when Jamieson applied to coach the distances at a new school opening this fall is his area. In the interview, a track coach asked Jamieson if any well known coach might recommend him. “Have you heard of Bill Bowerman?” Forrest said. No. “Do you know the name Arthur Lydiard?” No. Jamieson didn’t expect anyone to remember him. But he was shocked to learn that a man who earns his living by coaching drew blanks on these names. They aren’t answers to trivia questions. Not knowing them probably also meant that the interviewer also wasn’t aware of their methods - which Jamieson began using 30 years ago and are just as sound today. “Who have you coached?” Forrest was asked. He mentioned Ron Larrieu, Francie’s older brother and an Olympian himself. The interviewer had heard of neither Larrieu. The interviewee finds this historical ignorance shocking. I don’t. I’m not surprised by it; only disappointed. This sport has left a long and easily followed trail of names and numbers. But few of today’s runners care to explore it. They could learn from baseball people. Theirs is the most written-about sport, the one with the deepest history in this country and the greatest reverence for it’s past. Andy van Slyke of the Pittsburgh Pirates says, “I think it’s important to know where the game has come from, where it’s been and how it got where it is.” I think that way about running. We can’t accurately judge what is happening now without knowing what came before, yet we lack baseball’s sense of history. Statistics mark the trail of baseball’s past, yet running is a more perfect sport statiscally. The quality of pitching and hitting competition changes, but not the length of minutes and miles. This is both the beauty and the curse of our sport. The beauty because results from anytime and anywhere can be compared. The curse because these comparisons can become too perfect - and painful. In high school and college, I tried to interest teammates and coaches in Track & Field News. They usually refused saying something like; “It’s too depressing.” They didn’t want to know how fast other people had run because knowing it would cheapen their own results. Theirs was an intentional ignorance. For this reason, some runners and coaches still refuse to read about the distant past in books or the recent past in magazines. Without facts to disprove them, they can imagine they’re better than they are. Forrest Jamieson sees this happening in high schools. Thirty years ago, nine of his milers ran faster than the best one did this year at the school where the coach didn’t know who Lydiard and Bowerman were. It’s sad if this coach doesn’t know where times have gone, or doesn’t want to know. You have to know what has been done to see what is possible.

Appendix N

Speech by Forrest Jamieson

Cross Country for High School Coaches as I See it

Forrest Jamieson Palo Alto (California) High Forward
A lot of us coaches are as naïve as can be about this matter of getting information from books by “authorities”, advice from experts, or simply conversation with someone who has been successful. We expect to get just about the same degree of fulfillment from such contacts as a person expects to get when he confidently hands his druggist the doctor’s prescription for medicine. Successfulness, I suggest, cannot be stated in words by one person to be read by another with the expectation of a 100% translation as in the doctor druggists case. The variables, obvious in coaching persons and not events, defy such simplification, yet many coaches believe that such blueprints are to be found. With this in mind allow me to state that what follows is most certainly not such a blueprint nor is it even remotely intended to be such. This paper is intended to serve as an “idea man” and it is hoped that what I have written will make the reader so dissatisfied with the content that he will attempt to explore the subject deeper and at a wiser source. I have organized the material as I thought it might interest a high school coach who knew little about cross country but who might like to give it a try. I am dogmatic in much of what I offer as opinion and I willingly admit that there are points that are debatable but this is not a doctoral thesis wherein I would give all sides to the question. The title is not an accident, although the paper could be; I would emphasize the “as I see it” portion. I sincerely hope that you get something from this, if nothing else, at least an argument for me to answer.
CROSS COUNTRY FROM AN ADMINISTRATION VIEW
A sport should not be introduced into the framework of any educational institution unless its purpose can be justified to the satisfaction of administrators, coaches, and participants. We shall divide our statements into two parts; one expressing the purpose of cross country as it night interest a coach. For the sake of clarity the question-answer device will be used to present the ideas. Question: “As an administrator I am interested in knowing exactly what educational values such a sport has for the boy?” Answer: Cross country is not a “glory-sport”. It would be unusual if more than a few score spectators were to witness a meet. The appeal of this sport has to be sold on a basis other than acclaim or popularity from the spectator point of view. We believe that this is important from an educational point of view. Cross country is a sport where slow, careful building and faithful abherence to training rules are accented. The boy under proper leadership soon learns that he is not “doing the coach a favor” when he gives up smoking, late hours, etc. He learns that he is often his own worst enemy. He learns to resist the desire to quit. He learns to respect WORK. This is all to say that the training program of such a sport can teach the participant the meaning of self-discipline. Cross country teaches self-confidence, with self-discipline and a respect for work background servants. The participant learns that he is slowly but surely building himself. He realizes that there is nothing sensational about this growth, only that it is predicated on faithful adherence to daily training. We will risk making the statement that this sport is usually the only sport on the prep calendar that places more importance on consistent daily training than on that usual common denominator of athletic success, natural ability. The confidence that comes from this kind of experience is far different from that where circumstance or “luck” in a contest enhances self-confidence. Question: How can I best go about getting my principal to allow me to have a cross country team? Answer: High school administrators are a reasonable lot on the whole, but whenever I think asking something of them I am reminded of a former commanding officer that I had in the Navy. The minute that I stepped through the hatch leading into his cabin he would shout “NO!” and then in a soft growl would follow with, “Yes, Jamieson, what was it that you wanted?”. Very few of us drop in on the boss to pass the time of day, we usually want something and there are a lot of excellent school administrators that follow this philosophy - the answer is “NO!” unless they can be convinced otherwise. What I am saying is that a good many administrators are going to say that big NO just about the moment that you walk through the door with a suggestion that cross country be added to the school’s schedule of sports. You had better be prepared to convince the boss that the answer should be something besides a no. To do this you had better know something about this sport and something besides practical techniques; you had better know why you want this sport in the program and why from the standpoint of an educator, not just from a track coach’s viewpoint. The boss can be sold, you know, even after he has said no! Question: What are some of the arguments that you would use in attempting to sell a reluctant or skeptical administrator the idea of adding cross country to the school sports program? Answer: I doubt that any high school coach could find a better opening argument than the one that came out of Washington within this past year. I refer to a special White House Conference dealing with the status of our national peacetime physical fitness. The grave concern of our Chief Executive for the apparent trend of our young people to become spectators instead of active participants is common knowledge to all of us in education. Those of us that are in public education at the secondary level are in the best position to answer this call to duty. Just what is our duty? It seems to me that we ought to be searching for more ways and means to offer wholesome, challenging athletic program; programs that will extend athletic opportunity to new areas as well as extend the numbers of participants involved. It is my humble suggestion that certain sports, such as football, basketball, and baseball have reached a near-saturation point beyond which any appreciable amount of numerical expansion is impractical. I say this because I have witnessed athletic programs where mere school administration has placed a limit on the number of teams (varsity-junior varsity-freshman-sophomore) and the number of games that could be played. The nature of the other sports, baseball and basketball places natural limits on the number of participants, etc. What we need is to offer new sports that will be attractive to young people. Such a sport is cross country. Its special appeal is that it extends opportunity to an entirely different type of youngster This type of youngster defies being classified but by and large it can be said that he isn’t the kind that is interested in football, either because of temperament or body structure, or both. Usually this lad is one that is neglected in the usual high school athletic program. The first three lads across the finish line in the California State Mile run (Larrieu, 4:20.1; Neal, 4:20.4; and Monqingo, 4:20.8) all weighed less than 135 pounds! Question: Who will coach cross country if the track coach has to coach football? Answer: The most important part of the cross country program is the leadership that is assigned to the sport. Usually the track coach is the one who will do the best job of coaching the sport because it will benefit his program and he will be able to translate the carryover from cross country to track the following spring. If the track coach just simply cannot handle the team because of other fall sports commitment, and if there is a former distance runner on the faculty who would do the task all may go well. If the track coach isn’t particularly excited about cross country it would be just as well to forget about instituting the sport in your school. We say this reluctantly because there is always the chance that once the coach gets into the sport he will gain some insight into what is involved, but this is questionable. As much as we like cross country and would like to see it spread about, it has been our experience that it is best not to have a program at all unless the coach sees the purpose for such a program and knows how to interpret it in terms of young high school students. It is not a sport to be assigned just to anyone merely because he happens to be available for a coaching period at a certain hour, etc. The program dies a quick death under such leadership. Question: What would be wrong with coaching football and cross country at the same time?

Answer: The above statement has suggested what our answer might be to this question, but because there are so many coaches in small schools that have no other choice but that handling both sports at one time, a comment should be made concerning such a possibility. Our reaction is that the sport needs someone who gives all of his time to this kind of coaching. Regardless of what others may think coaching this sport involves leadership more than any other element. Leadership cannot be effected when the leader is absent. Of course, you can tell your men to do certain tasks and then walk off and leave them. Also, it is true that any amount of running is going to be more constructive than none at all. But the important thing is that you do not know your man and what his peculiarities are unless you watch him over a reasonable period of time. This is an individual sport and it involves a coach knowing each participant as well as he can. The short answer to the above is, yes, you can coach both sports, but do not expect too much from your cross country team, or better yet, don’t expect to build much interest in your sport because cross country will flourish only with personal coaching attention. It is too demanding a taskmaster to expect youngsters who are taking an initial interest in the sport to discipline themselves without careful, on the spot observant leadership. Yet, some running in the fall is better than none at all, so if you can’t manage it any other way, you have no choice but to hope that one of the participants will offer the leadership. Question: Won’t all this training, two months in the fall, and then almost three months in the spring cause the participant to become stale? Answer: The answer to this question is one that holds the key to the whole matter of cross country and how practical it is for the high school program. There are a good many people in the coaching profession that claim to be concerned about overworking youngsters. They place age limits, time limits, weight limits, and in general by their application of these limitations suggest that it is necessary to keep an ever-careful eye out for that demon coach who will “exploit” his charges and undermine their health by asking them to do tasks that are too far above their capabilities, etc. This amounts to a negative philosophy in that such restrictions are legislated to take care of the boy who is in poor health. It is a philosophy of leaning over backward so as to be careful not to harm anyone and in so doing this harms the great number of youngsters who need a positive, yes, even aggressive type of program for their physical development. Now this doesn’t mean that we are the “rugged individualist school” that suggests “throw them in the water and let them sink or ‘swim’. We do believe that youngsters today need to be more active in their athletic lives because they are not engaged in anything approaching physical labor in their home lives. For us to further this condition by over protecting them amounts to a national crime on the parts of many of us who claim to be ‘physical education experts’”. The fact that we now have more boys today in this country setting marks in running events than were ever thought possible in the days before the automobile became so much a part of a high school boy’s life is evidence that young people readily accept the challenge of hard training and that there are coaches ready to preach the philosophy of work. We believe that a youngster must be brought about slowly to realize that work is the answer to much of his probable success. We usually tell our newcomers about the man who lifted a new-born calf at birth and thereafter each day until some months later he was amazed to note that he was able to lift a weight much greater than he thought he was capable of lifting. So it is with cross country. We start slowly and build a little at a time. After even two weeks the participant is surprised to look back upon his first workouts which once seemed “hard”, etc. What has this to do with going stale? Simply this. If a careful base is built underneath a participant it is the best insurance against him going stale that we know of, assuming that “stale” means to go considerably beneath a certain established level of achievement. The more time that is put into training lessons the possibility of a boy becoming a victim of “staleness” which after all may be called a plateau of mental and physical achievement. Mental attitude is extremely important to the participant of cross country. He, the participant, must feel that he is achieving a growth of a personal nature. Read the question on weight-lifting for a better illustration of this point. Question: What about an age limit concerning participation in cross country? Answer: We would no more place an age limitation on participating in cross country than we would on basketball, swimming, or regular track events. The emphasis should be upon the leadership (coaches) not to ask a boy to run in a competition that will discourage the boy. The boy just won’t be able to keep up with a mature lad if he is immature. The damage that will be greatest will be the psychological damage and not any physiological harm. The young lad just stops running when he gets tired. We attempt to keep novice runners competing in their own class to answer this.
CROSS COUNTRY FROM A COACHING VIEW
Question: How do you go about getting a team started if the sport is new to your school? Answer: In the first place don’t expect miracles in the way of results the first year that you institute the sport. A lot of groundwork has been already done for you in that the mile run is the favorite track and field event of the American public (I’ll wager that more has been written in American sport pages about the mile run and mile runners than about the four next most popular track events and their record-holders). A lot depends on what kind of opportunity one has to introduce the subject of cross country. What we need is a short, documentary film on the history of the mile run. Such a film could be shown before an entire student body and could be followed up with a film on the importance of cross country training and relating it to success in the distance and middle-distance events. Without this, however, any kind of meeting is essential to spread this word. I have talked with junior high students just prior to their entering our senior high school (they all know about Landy, Bannister, and now Bailey). My talk is usually very general and not technical at all; it is intended to inspire some youngster to accept the challenge of running and to begin that challenge by going out for cross country in the fall of the year. We must be salesmen! We must be proud of the product that we are selling. Youngsters are waiting to be sold; they have been in contact with indifference or with the attitude of mild interest that borders on indifference, enough to know that or sense that it usually spells mediocrity. They want to work with someone that has enthusiasm and who wants to help them do something for themselves. Our youngsters are not the automobile-mad group that they are so often presented to be in caricature. They are, by and large, ready and willing to work and to achieve but they need someone that has confidence in what he is doing and confidence in the ideal that young people are worth believing in, etc. I had a splendid group of young men to work with this past year; they worked as I doubt any other group of high school lads ever worked before, yet, if anyone were to ask what they had in common, I would be forced to admit that they were such individuals that the only thing that they had in common was that each one had his own personal automobile! I cannot be convinced that the automobile routine that we hear so much need be a negative problem for our young people. The above brings us to the point - just what are we trying to sell as salesmen? Are we trying to sell cross country because it is a necessary aid to building faster milers, or are we trying to sell the sport because the President recently reminded us that as leaders of young people we owe an obligation to our national welfare that may be answered by offering the sport as a check against a growing tendency for our young population to become less interested in athletic competition? I would not refute the fact that either of the two above reasons are important within certain narrow, restricted viewpoints, but I prefer to believe that I am a salesman of SELF-CONFIDENCE, SELF-DISCIPLINE, AND RESPECT FOR HARD WORK to young people who need these commodities very desperately in this highly competitive society of ours. Oh, yes, what are the specific ways to get men out? Posters, talk to youngsters in P.E. classes. One year I waited at the bicycle rack in the morning and asked each lad how long he had been riding his bike. I am not sure that there is any great correlation between bicycle riding and cross country success but by asking some of the boys and telling them that I was looking for lads that were active I came up with a few ideas. The bicycle idea is almost a desperation method, I admit, but someone starting out may find it useful. It is strictly a first year measure as far as I’m concerned. Now that I am in the regular physical education department I have better opportunities to watch out for potential candidates. Another item, and one that I had nothing to do with starting, has to do with a practice that we have in our physical education classes. We have a pre-conditioning period of some two weeks for all of our classes. After a doctor’s check-up the first week of school we start all of our lads through a certain basic program of conditioning and classifying them. One of the things that we require is for them to do some running because it is obvious that any physical activity is predicated on a running base. We have a short period of calisthenics and then we have them run around a certain area (in our case a 540 yard practice field) and ask them to run for two minutes without stopping, if they can. In this way we do not insist upon a certain distance, but merely blow the whistle at the start of the two-minute period and blow the whistle again at the end of the period. We very purposely refrain from setting any limits or minimum requirements in these “warm-up” runs. The idea is to be as permissive as possible because you will have some lads in the class (the very stout lads, etc.) that will not take to running because of a traditional dislike for running as such. We have discovered that about ten percent of the class will be conscientious and will put everything into they are asked to do. These boys will compete at every opportunity and these are the boys that you should be on the lookout for in such a P.E. activity. We usually increase the time limit from two-minutes up to three and then by the end of the pre-conditioning period a four minute period of continuous running. The boys that don’t care too much about competing may still be walking and running at the initial two minute rate at this time. I have discovered some very talented youngsters with this kind of set-up, but not 100% recruiting. I usually mention cross country to these lads that do well, but the very name “cross-country” frightens them and I know that there is a lot of talent that we are not utilizing. If you have such a program it will be very productive in its selectivity by and large. The best method of getting youngsters out takes place after you have established the sport and this involves the members of the cross country team doing the recruiting for you. They usually are in a much better position to know all elements of cross country requirements after a year on the team and they also know their peers better than you do and can fairly accurately judge whether a lad can do the physical work required and whether he has the proper mental potential. Of all systems of selectivity I consider this most effective. The only thing that the coach need do is to constantly be after the members on the team to get new members. I will be starting out again to build again this year (five out of my first seven cross country men were seniors) and I am thinking seriously of setting up a special award for the member of the team that can bring in the most recruits, etc. Question: Where do you work out if you do not have a park nearby? Answer: The best answer to this depends on a lot of things. First, if it is possible, you should attempt to find a place that will afford your runners a soft running cushion underfoot. This will be explored in another question but suffice to say that it is desirable if you can obtain it. If you can’t have it, then try the next best thing, of course. We use the outside perimeter of a large football practice field. We don’t get in the way of the football players, nor they in ours because we use only the outside area --- the grassiest area outside. If you have no other place the inside of your football field will be sufficient although it would be ideal if you could use a park where there is a long stretch of grass or a meadow and gently rolling terrain, etc., but only one high school in a hundred is located so fortunately. One thing is certain, a coach that is determined to have cross country will have the sport no matter what discouraging obstacles appear on the surface, and on the other hand, the indifferent coach will allow the best facilities to go-awasting! Training for cross country is one thing, you can train during the week on the high school football practice field, but where are you to hold your cross country runs. If you hold them on the school grounds proper the chances are that you will have to keep circling a lot to prevent the course from crossing paved streets, etc. Some coaches tell me that the only way to make cross country attractive is to hold the meets on the school grounds proper and have them start and finish before and during the halves of the home football games. This, they argue, allows more persons to witness the spectacle and enhances interest in the sport. I violently disagree with such reasoning, personally, and for the following reasons. I feel that by having cross country offered at half-time to a football game you are placing cross country in the position of being a poor man’s sport, another form of entertainment to compete with the song-leaders and pon pon girls for attention. In offering the sport within such a framework you place an importance upon the spectator value of the sport. Cross country is not intended to be a spectator sport -- that is one of the items that dignifies the sport as being something different and apart from such sports as football and basketball. Cross Country deserves its own special atmosphere and that special atmosphere is not necessarily built around spectators or the lack of them. In this section of California we have instituted what we call “cross country centers”. A cross country center is a special locale that is especially adapted to the aims of cross country running. It offers a changing scenery, run over a grassy surface, with only slight, rolling hills, etc. We asked various golf courses to allow us to hold a cross country center meet once a year (Stanford University offers their facilities to Northern California high schools on four different occasions), usually on a Thursday. We have as many as twelve to fifteen schools attend these centers and have the competition broken into different categories (Varsity-junior varsity, and Freshman-Sophomore) and into different heats. By scheduling different centers in different geographical areas we are able to have as many as 700 participants viewing on a single Thursday afternoon. By not asking any one golf course to put up with the kind of organized chaos that such an affair entails we can usually expect to find a fair number of locales brave enough to chance us on such an infrequent basis. We feel that having across country meet on such courses and with such an atmosphere of interest (In some cases, almost two hundred cross country runners at one center) the cross country athlete feels a pride in his sport and a feeling of dignity that could not be had if he were part of a second-hand spectacle such that he would be running during the half of a football game. Question: How do you get them started once you get them out? Answer:As we mentioned before a principal object in cross country coaching is to get young people to gain insight into what their own real capabilities are, ie., self-confidence. We start out with an easy program. We usually ask these lads to run 4-4-4 arrangement with light weight lifting interspersed in the first rest period and rope-climbing in the second rest period. By 4-4-4, I mean that we ask them to run four minutes without stopping. No special pace and no special distance to cover, yet you should put them over a measured course instead of letting them to run about aimlessly any old direction. After the first four minute period you have a 20-25 minute rest period before attempting the second four minute period of continuous running. The same 20-25 rest period between the second and third (or last) four minute session is recommended to start with. As stated before, we have them push weights during the first rest period and climb the rope during the second rest period. What weights do we ask them to lift? We ask them to lift the bar bells with 45-55 pounds as many times as they can before they start to strain or use their legs to "kick" up the weight. Then they stop, pass the weight on to another mate (I have three sets of bar bells and plan to get more) who does likewise. Each person should press these weights in sets of three and with the number of repetitions determined by his first non-straining effort (first set). The weight should be completely locking and unlocking with each repetition. We do not want the lad to strain in doing these because we are interested only in building muscle tone and not in building the size of the muscle. By doing them fast and without strain he should achieve muscle tone. Even without an attempt at doing these repetitions with training effort the lad will naturally build up his repetition-count over a period of days. The rope climb is another item that we believe in because it also builds two sided strengths (being right-handed or left handed is fine for football, basketball, or baseball players, but in running one uses the left side of his upper body as much as the right side and fatigue will creep in wherever the body is weakest) and thus shores up the part of the body that most runners neglect. We keep pushing up the total minute count up a little. We do not set up an unrelenting schedule of progression because we may find that a certain day is too humid for a tough workout and we will relent from our goal of ever-increasing running requirements for a day or even two or three days. We wouldn't have all the boys moving at a lock-step pace either. Some boys might be on a pattern of 8-8-6, while some of the slower developers would be 6-6-4, etc. We have stated often enough that we believe in work, yet we hasten to add at this point that the amount of work done must always be a matter of judgement on the coach's part. That is why a coach must always be a matter of judgement on the coach's part. That is why a coach must always be on hand -- so that he may be able to observe and by experienced observation gain insight into the capabilities of his boys. The more that he is around them the more he learns about their potential and limitations, etc. Last year we had what I honestly consider to be the best high school cross country unit ever to represent a secondary school in the history of our country. We were running 14-12-14 sets in December. I should explain that as time goes on and you progress from the original 4-4-4 plan you begin to "put the screws on" little by little. You ask that they cover a certain distance, you add more minutes to their elapsed running total time, you cut down or compress the rest-period intervals. Mainly you are interested in the amount of mileage they cover along with the amount of total elapsed time. You want them to near the end of the cross country season to cover at least five miles of distance in at least 30 minutes of running. Add to this the little game of modified touch tackle that we play after each workout and you have somewhat of an idea of what we do in the fall. Question: Just how important is a grass surface for training as compared with training on a track? Answer: The idea of running on the grass for training and for cross country is certainly not a new one; not even a modern one, but the Swedish athletes were the first to use a system (Fartlek) that made an issue of this point. Other training programs have endorsed this principle and I am certain that there isn't a worthwhile training program that doesn't insist upon grass or soft surface as a must in its basic tenets. I first read about Fartlek in Track and Field News in 1949 and ever since that time I have a great subscriber to this practice. We do not run ANY kind of practice on the running track anymore. I mean exactly that -- none! The only time that our boys run on a track is the day of a meet. I usually attempt to put over this idea to the boys by pulling out a rubber band and calling their attention to it. I'll say: "See this rubber band? (Stretch rubber band until it becomes quite taut). How long do you suppose that this band will last if I keep this tension on it? Fairly long, eh? Well, how much longer would it last if I were to do this to it (loosen the rubber band until it becomes slack and then tighten it again, repeating the process of tightening and loosening it while talking)? It will last many more times as long if I give it even brief opportunities to recover its elasticity, won't it? So it is with your leg muscles. Running on a softer, more resilient surface will allow the muscle a better chance to recover than if required to work constantly over a harder surface." It has been my experience with young boys that leg troubles are a main factor in impeding progress -- what I mean is that the younger the runner the more important is this factor of leg trouble, etc. I have noticed less leg troubles and a greater ability to absorb more work assignments; hence a noticeable gain in strength over an ever shorter period of time than when I trained them over harder running surfaces. I discovered that the muscle could take a much greater percentage of work depending on when the last time the grassy practice field was watered. When it dried out just a little the boys would start to complain. Now we welcome the day that the maintenance man waters the football field with adjoining track or the practice field. We used to worry about him getting the running track too wet with a runaway sprinkler, etc., now he can't get the grassy area too wet -- well, not quite, anyhow. A young man from a small high school north of here just ran a 1:53.8 half-mile in our recent State Meet. This is a remarkable time for any lad but some of the coaches thought it was all the more exceptional because the lad's high school didn't have a running track! I claim that it was the best thing that ever happened to that young man. He was forced to run over a fairly good growth of grassy surface for his daily training program. I don't know where the lad will attend college or university but it wouldn't surprise me to learn that he will come up with his first leg troubles when he attends some well equipped school! Another thing that I have observed is that running barefooted is not such a bad idea if you have a surface that will allow it. I can't tell you why I believe that this is a good training device, but four of my top five distance runners seemed to get some value from it. It could be that the canvas and rubber type warm-up shoes create too many blisters or at least tire the feet in someway. This year we did a lot of running and it was a rare workout that involved less than five miles of workout. This added work probably made their feet tougher? Anyhow I know that they seemed to enjoy running barefooted than with the traditional type footwear. Of course you must realize that we do run over a very well grassed area that is free of glass; it is nothing like crossing a wheat stubble field barefooted but after three months or so of this running the feet do get rather callous. Question: Just how practical is all talk about weight-lifting for distance runners; in other words, is this just another "fad" or is there really something to it? Answer: We believe that there are tremendous training possibilities to be found in weight-lifting for training distance men. However, it isn't a subject that can be covered without considerable background. One has to be acquainted with the effect of the European training psychology that started with Fartlek and is being reinforced by Stampfl. We cannot condense all of the important principles of distance training into a few sentences. It has taken over a decade for some of them to be tried and tested and in attempting to describe these ideas by simplifying them causes a lot to be lost in the translation, if what follows could be called a translation. We should say, however, that the greatest change in training distance men took place when the emphasis on coaching changed from one coach telling a participant everything about his training schedule to one where the coach became almost a manager and the participant became his own coach in many respects. The coach became an advisor and not "the know it all" and the participant becomes more self-sufficient and dependent upon his own intellect, etc. Fartlek, was a beginning of the self-discipline type of training that the Swedes startled the world with their Gunder Hagg, etc. The English have mass-produced a kind of training that has borrowed some from Fartlek and added some new principles. All of these European training devices or training schemes have this in common. The participant believes in the value of careful building. He believes in himself rather than in a coach or "expert". He builds up a feeling of self confidence at the same time that he is building himself physically. The strongest point in the European system of distance training has to do with this idea of the runners attitude. The question above has to do with weight-lifting and how practical it is or is not to high school lads. This is how it fits in with the European principles. Most young boys have already determined their running potential by the amount of activity that they have known in the first thirteen or fourteen years of their lives. This is true only up to a certain point, of course. If a youngster has been sickly and therefore relatively inactive as regards to normal playground activities, etc, the chances of his being able to withstand the physical or psychological demands of a hard-work program are slight. If the youngster has been at least normally active during his infant, early childhood, grade-school days there is every reason to believe that a careful building program will prove challenging while at the same time effective and beneficial. Each youngster is different, as we all know, and some may achieve more "naturally" than others. Some lads differ not only in physical equipment but also in their own awareness of their potential. It is the coach's task to not only build the physical powers of his charges but also to help his charges become aware of their, you might say, "hidden" strengths. This cannot be achieved by assigning all of the members of your group the same kind of work, day after day. All that this does is to allow the coach to observe who has the best physical powers by the mere use of a stop watch and that is something that even a sophomore manager could do well. What the coach wants to do is to get the various individuals to become aware of some of their strengths. Many of them have abilities that they never dreamed of. Weight lifting is a useful device to get some of the youngsters to realize this insight o self-confidence. Let us explain how we use weight-lifting in our cross country training. We first start the boys out by having them cover a lot of territory by alternating walking and running. The next day we hope that they will report that they are a little sore so that we may tell them, "Good, that's what we like to hear, now we know it's doing some good, etc". We don't want them to be too sore, just enough to satisfy them that they have done something. We always try from the beginning to laugh off the complainer and the whimperer so that the men soon get the idea that complaining is not in keeping with the group spirit. We have found that it is always wise to have a little game of "touch" football before giving up the day. It is something that most of them will look forward to and it has its own method of madness too. We play a kind of game which requires a lot of running. We choose sides and have what amounts to a game of man-to-man touch football. We do not allow the passer to be rushed and this allows him to wait until someone is in the clear before he throws the ball. Sometimes the passer will wait five minutes or more before he sees someone clear enough to throw to. Because we do not want and physical contact we do not allow any blocking and a "one-hand-touch" anywhere on the body keeps down the possibility of injury. This game is used in the middle of the season when the boys have covered three or five miles of workouts. It is enlightening to see these boys really run pell-mell who only ten minutes or so before complained about the routine workout. The moment that THEY become aware that they are doing this after a difficult workout is the moment that they begin to realize confidence in themselves. We have weights out for the boys and tell them weight-lifting is essential to running because we run with our entire body not just our legs. Tiredness in the shoulders can make a runner stop a lot sooner than tiredness in the legs, etc. We keep a chart on the number of times that he (the participant) does each weight-lifting operation. We point out to him that most of us are stronger in the legs that we are in the trunk and for this reason we want to work on the part of body that fatigue will attack first. Naturally each boy will be able to do certain things at a certain rate. We are not concerned with the figure other than to point out to the individual that as each day passes he is getting stronger and stronger. We know that he will gradually improve with the weights because it is a tangible and measurable thing it is something that a youngster can understand and interpret. He will also progress with his ability to run further each day at an increasingly faster rate. With this careful supervision of the coach the participant that is just starting out will begin to have confidence in himself. It is not that the weight-lifting and running have done so much for him physically as it is that psychologically he is now beginning to become aware of his own strength. You as a coach could talk to him all day about how strong you think he is, etc, but it will never have the impact that the self-knowledge would give. So, in a few words, weight-lifting, as we use it, has its greatest value in that it unleashes the doubt and lack of confidence that so many lads have. You do not give them a special "trick", you merely place in THEIR hands the key that should unlock their real abilities. The pathetic thing about many of the boys that we have is that they have this strength, have had for a time, are not aware of it, would not believe anyone who might by pure luck suspect that they have it and told them about it, etc. Weight-lifting, rope-climbing, push-ups, pull-ups, leg-lifts, all of these things can be used by the coach to realize the important ingredient of SELF-CONFIDENCE which is the most important factor in each cross country participant's degree of success. Question: What do you recommend in the way of teaching style to either cross country or distance men? Answer: I am not a devotee of "form" running. (At least not for high school athletes.) I have listened to coaches yell at their men to do one thing or another with their arms, body lean, etc, but I am personally convinced that they are harming their charges instead of helping them. I have a lot of faith in the ability of the human body to compensate if it is given enough time to. Whenever I have a sophomore quarter-miler or a distance man that appears to be violating some precious tenet of what we as coaches consider to be "correct" form or orthodoxy I try very hard to keep my mouth shut for the time being. I usually wait until the cross country season following that track season before I expect to get results concerning the best "form" from such obvious violators. It is my opinion that if you have a boy run enough miles he will come up with an economical style of running -- economical to him. How many of you remember Gil Dodds and his threshing machine style? They tell me that Zatopek is another that defies the believers and orthodoxy. If a boy does enough running, and if a boy has normal powers of adjustment he will learn of himself to use his equipment with an efficiency adjustment ability that defies such absurdities as coaches "teaching" style. I believe that if you have a boy run enough miles over a period of time and under enough conditions wherein he will have had sufficient opportunities to test his adaptive powers he will come up with the best and only style suitable for him. Style is something that we as coaches ought naught to fool with as much as we do. If we were to get our charges to work more and put in more time on the event the matter of style would absolve itself in many cases. I know that the purists of form will insist that an error has to be corrected as soon as possible and the "right" form instilled thereafter. The people underestimate the capacity of the human body to compensate. I say forget about style in running, just get them out there and keep them running, running, running! Question: Just what kind of training do you use during the early months of spring just before the season starts, etc? Answer: We start the boys all over again with the same kind of work that they originally started the cross country season with early in the fall. The only difference is that we don't go as far back as 4-4-4. We probably will be doing a 10-12-10 after they have a week of just running about getting adjusted from a 4 to 6 week layoff over the end of cross country and the start of the spring season. The same theories are followed; all the work on grass; absolutely no work on speed as such. We institute a kind of modified Fartlek-type exercise that we run on the inside of our quarter-mile track. This is possible for us because we have a level infield of grass inside the curb of our track. Thus we "make" another track on this inside curb by setting off about six feet in from the curb all around the oval and setting off the area with hurdles and use it in the same fashion as the "inside" track of sawdust and soil that you see here at Edwards Field. It is around this inside "grass" track that we run our modified Fartlek-type exercise. This exercise consists of eight minutes of continuous running. We start them off a whistle and have them run two minutes at a certain set, moderate pace; at two minutes I blow the whistle and they are to sprint at top or near-top speed for about fifty yards, after which they are to return to their own previous pace; of before the sprint; they do this again at four minutes, that is sprint for fifty yards, then return to pace; again at six minutes for the third and last sprint and back to normal pace until eight minutes at which time they have completed their exercise. We used to think it was unusual for a boy to cover six laps in eight minutes and because of this the boys on their own formed a "white cap" club. To become a member of this club a runner had to be able to do six-laps in eight minutes in the manner described; once a member the runner had the right to wear a white cap to practice. The six-lap or "white-cap club" has become so cluttered with new members that the boys are now talking of making it a 6.5 lap requirement for membership. This year our top six cross country boys covered over 6.5 laps and we had 12 members in the white-cap club altogether. We also use a golfmeter (a pedometer designed to measure the distance of golfers drives on the golf course in terms of yards). We place one of these on a boy and (place it on his hip after making a standard adjustment over a 440 track at his approximate cross country stride) encourages him to see how much yardage he can roll up in 10, 15, or 20 minutes. We are going to get a number of these and see if we can't get some kind of game involving sides or team competition using these instruments as a stimulus, etc. Anything that can be made into a challenging and interesting game helps to sell the training program. I am whole heatedly a believer in over-distance type of training as opposed to the under-distance type of training. I would have the milers running two miles for time before timing them in a mile run, if that is their event. I would have a half-miler run a mile before going down to the half, etc. We do not work on speed as such and yet we have never noticed that speed was missing from our performances in actual competition. In early March of this year we had Ron Larrieu (State CIF mile champ at 4:20.1) run a 5,000 meter race in 15:24.0. He passed the 3-mile mark in 14:59 and wound up with considerable speed as the time differential for the 188 yards indicates. That Friday we put him in a 440 event and had him run 220's. His quarter time was 50.7 and his 220 a 22.5. A week later between running two-mile races in 9:39.3 and 9:39.0. Larrieu ran 440's in our regular dual meet engagements in 50.1 and 50.4. (he ran a 22.3 furlong, also). This lad's fastest time the year before was over 52.0 and 23.8 for 220. We didn't give him anything but over-distance, no speed work of any kind; he would run these short races in the dual meets and train over long hauls only. This was essentially the same experience for four of our other top lads. Tom Cathcart (4:25.2 mile, 1:57.2 880, 9:56.0 2-mile) ran a 52.0 440 not many days after his 9:56.0 two-mile stint. John Morrison (4:28.3 mile, 2:00.9 880, 9:51.8 2-mile) was the shortest one on speed with a 53.2 quarter but he ran that when we were running over-distance just before starting into interval running in April. I have an idea that John would have been under 52 if we'd tried him just before the State Meet. Dean Saterlee (4:40 - 1:59.2) ran his fastest 440 (50.9) soon after training over long-distance. Satterlee wasn't with us until January in as much as he transferred to us from another school mid-way in his senior year. We started him on our over distance diet in January and he responded very well to it. Bill Whitson (4:36.8 - 2:01.5) was the only junior in the group and the only one that didn't really run a 440 time that his distance times would promise (53.4) but his is still growing and I have to remember that Larrieu's time at Bill's age was a 56.0 440, etc. We had two other lads in school that ran miles in 4:45.0 or over, and a 14 year-old lad who ran a 3:22.8 1320 yard race. They all seemed to flourish under the long-distance approach. Question: What are some other considerations that have an especially important part to play in high school cross country training? Answer: I don't know of any single item more important than work unless it is rest after that work! Remember, we are now talking about cross country for high school lads that are in the process of growing. They must understand that sleep and rest are not like a bank where they deposit and draw out hours of sleep as if it were like a checking account. High school boys in the United States lead very active social and academic lives and a trying athletic life added to these two makes getting enough rest a problem. The fact is that they can get rest but it is an item that cannot be overlooked in a discussion of training boys in our country. The coach should make an effort to look into the rest habits of each of his men -- he will forestall a lot of future illness if he does this. Another item that I insist on is that all of the boys get to bed early the night of the afternoon that they compete. I repeat, the night of the day that they run -- not the night before the race. Boys that are tired and who stay up late when they are tired are placing their physical fitness in jeopardy. I constantly hammer on two items, WORK and REST. Question: How do you account for the fact that some schools and coaches get little continuity out of cross country programs for spring track use? Answer: This means that a man did well in cross country but never accomplished as much in track as his work in cross country indicted he might, right? Well, there are a number of things to consider. Let us take examples of whole teams rather than of individuals if we want to give one reason. Sometimes the cross country coach in fall is not the same person who has them in the spring. A lot of coaching insight is lost with this lack of coaching continuity. How about a special case of a boy not doing well in the spring after doing well in the fall? In almost every such instance you will find that such a lad is one that is lacking in speed ability. You will find the opposite true in more cases than this one just mentioned -- a lad becomes good in spring track after a not-so-hot cross country season. This last year the best in four important CIF sections met on one course so that times and efforts could be compared. I have listed the top ten and their best mile and/or 880 times, and then for comparison I have listed ten lads outside the first ten who did very well in spring track. These marks involve Northern California lads only, and I am certain that a check of Southern California records would closely duplicate these listed below. Rank Name XC Time Mile/880 ---- ---- ------- -------- 1. Larrieu 10:12 4:20.1/1:57 2. Jent (Jr) 10:16 3:15.5 (1320) 3. Chavez (Jr) 10:17 4:32.0 4. Beardall 10:17 4:34.0 5. Eisenman 10:17 4:28.7 6. Belcher (Jr) 10:21 1:56.6 7. Cloe 10:21 4:22.8 8. Hammond (Jr) 10:21 4:23.8 9. Cathcart 10:21 4:25.2/1:57.2 10. Morrison 10:22 4:28.3 13. Spillman 10:28 4:24.5 26. Lee (Jr) 10:43 3:16.9 28. Woods 10:45 1:58.5 33. Wallace (Jr) 10:50 4:25.2 36. Brown 10:50 1:54.4 37. Dorsey 10:51 47.3 43. Ray 10:55 1:58.3 53. Wood 11:01 1:54.6 Question: What practical things can we do to achieve an optimum in high school coaching? Answer: We can do one thing that is very important in my opinion. We can stop being our athletes worst enemy! We had better stop talking about a 4:20.0 mile like it was something to boast about. It isn't! English lad of 18 can do much better than our boys because they have really put a different approach to running into effect. Ron Clarke of Australia ran a mile in 4:06.0 and a 8:56.0 2-mile while an 18 year old lad. Let's stop talking about the two-mile as if it were a form of social disease. Let's have a few of these races during our season (track season). A two mile run for high school lads is the next logical step in our development. We know that it is the only race for certain younger runners that don't have speed. We have to resist the people who claim that a long race is tougher on a young lad than a shorter more intense distance. This is not the truth and we all know it. We need to have more and more distance relay marks activated into the framework of interscholastic recognition. If we are to make distance running attractive we should have several relay events offered up for national recognition that involve at least a mile as one of the distances. I suggest that we offer more relays such as the distance medley (440-880-1320-mile) and the four-mile relay as events in our relay meets. At the present time the two-mile relay is the longest distance event that the National Federation recognizes formally -- we can hardly build distance interest without providing for our high school milers in some relay event, can we? We need to provide our youngsters with opportunities to learn about the sport in other ways than by our contact with them. I have found that Track & Field News is a terrific motivator of interest. The lads pick up the language of track and field in no time after reading this track man's monthly bible. The contests that Track and Field News puts on has caused about 20 lads on my squad to buy this paper and I am certain that about 15 to 20 of my squad will be up here to watch the meet Saturday because Track and Field News build-up of the meet over the past 3 issues. A high school coach would do well to introduce this little paper into his sports library as a professional tool.

Appendix O

Peninsula 'Track' Revolution - SF Chronicle

Chronicle Sporting Green

San Francisco, Monday, February 16, 1959

Peninsula Track "Revolution' Proves U.S. Not Soft

By Darrell Wilson A revolution (bloodless) in distance running is taking place these winter months at Stanford's Angell Field. Australia's Herb Elliott, world record holder, has said that Americans are too soft for distance running. The Russians have said the same thing and have tried to prove it with a state-supported, regimented program which has produced iron lungs and steel legs. The Soviets have used their worldwide domination in distance running and some other Olympic Games events as part of a propaganda campaign about the softness and decadence of Americans. But Bert Nelson, a man who is better known in Helsinki, Finland and Moscow, Russia, than in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is in strong disagreement. "Americans aren't soft," insists Bert. What's more important, Nelson, Forrest Jamieson, Palo Alto High School track coach, and Payton Jordan, boss of the Stanford trackmen, have started to prove the point with a weekly series of winter all-comers track meets at Angell Field. The results have been so good, in this small section of America, that it's possible -- even probable -- that the experiment may prove democracy's answer to regimented teams. Nelson is publisher (his older brother, Cordner, is editor, of the Track and Field News -- the world's "track bible." Nelson says: "The problem has been that we haven't been training the year round. This is the first time in the history of the United States that a full winter program has been held. It's a revolution in distance running. We've had such good luck -- the kids seem to love the running -- that we've had inquiries from all over. I think the idea will spread. And I believe that's all we need to develop great distance runners." The Peninsula statistics are interesting. The combined population of San Mateo and Santa Clara counties is roughly one million people. But this area has produced 15 high school boys who have run the mile under 4:30. (Most State high school mile championships outside California are won in times well over 4:30.) San Jose (Lincoln High) produced America's only sub-four-minute miler in Don Bowden. In a routine all-comers meet Saturday, George Linn, 17, of Palo Alto ran a 9:31.4 two mile, third best in US prep history, and Bill Yaley of Serra clocked 9:32 for the fourth best effort. (Tom Laris, Washington of NYC has the best prep two mile of 9:21.3 and Bob Buchanan of Stillwater, OK is second with 9:30.7). The seed for these tremendous Peninsula efforts was planted by Jamieson. Nine of the 15 boys who have clocked under 4:30 have been Jamieson's Palo Alto products. Jamieson's influence has spread throughout the Peninsula, to other Northern California high schools (he started the Northern California cross country championships.) According to Dink Templeton, former Stanford coach who now tutors the Olympic Club and is a world-wide authority, Jamieson's influence has also resulted in increased Pacific Coast collegiate interest in cross country. Keith Wallace, a Stanford sophomore who is a product of the increased interest in prep cross country races clocked a fine 9:09.3 two mile Saturday and should make his mark in spring and summer meets. Four Peninsula preps have exceeded 4:26 for the mile this winter in the all-comers meets. They are Linn and Dave Chilton, another Palo Alto star, at 4:22.4; Yaley, 4:23, and Dave Boore, Los Altos, 4:25.6. If the Peninsula program should spread to other sections of the country -- and Nelson believes it will -- the pleasant Herb Elliott may be forced to eat his unpleasant words about the softness of Americans.

Appendix P

Explanation of Entries & Abbreviations

Appendix Q

High School Records (Old Course 2.25m)

Old Crystal Springs (2.25m) - 1966 thru 1969

Carey, Chris Carl 11:21 12 1968 McCarty, Bob SF 11:21 12 11/26/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:26.4 11 11/14/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:27 11 11/26/69 Stahl, Randy Home 11:28 12 11/21/69 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:28 12 11/26/69 McCarty, Bob SF 11:33 12 1969 O'Halloran, Dennis SF 11:33 12 11/26/69 Bush, Jack PH 11:34 12 11/26/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:35 11 11/21/69 Kruse, Keith Camd 11:36 12 11/26/69 McCarty, Bob SF 11:37 12 10/23/69 Ribera, Ernie Oce 11:38 11 11/26/69 Silva, Ed Wats 11:40 12 11/26/69 Ribera, Bernie Oce 11:41 11 1969 Kinsella, John Soq 11:41 10 11/26/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:42 11 10/23/69 Whytock, Joe Burl 11:43 12 1968 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:44 11 10/16/69 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:44 12 11/21/69 O'Halloran, Dennis SF 11:45 12 10/23/69 Gieken, Brooks Cub 11:45 10 11/26/69 Geiken, Brooks Cub 11:46 10 11/21/69 O'Halloran, Dennis SF 11:47 12 1969 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:47 12 10/30/69 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:47 12 11/14/69 Stahl, Randy Home 11:47 12 11/26/69 McCarty, Bob SF 11:48 11 1968 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:48 12 10/23/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:48 11 10/30/69 Remak, Jan Home 11:48 12 11/21/69 Remak, Jan Home 11:50 12 11/26/69 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 11:51 12 10/16/69 Cortez, Jose Seq 11:51 12 11/14/69 Cortez, Jose Seq 11:51 12 11/21/69 Bales, Tom Seq 11:52 11 1968 Montoya, Joe SI 11:52 12 1968 Finch, Jim Mills 11:53 11 1968 Stahl, Randy Home 11:53 12 10/23/69 Davis, Larry LA 11:53 12 11/26/69 Haley, Terry Camd 11:53 12 11/26/69 Tranchina, Gary Soq 11:53 12 11/26/69 Carvey, Scott Carl 11:54 11 10/23/69 Blackwell, Gordy Sar 11:54 12 11/26/69 Smith, Wayne Mills 11:55 12 1969 Hart WG 11:55 10/16/69 Chamness, Dave Awlt 11:55 11 11/26/69 Brassel, Tom Home 11:55 12 11/26/69 Thompson, Glenn Home 11:55 12 11/26/69 Amaya, Gen Burl 11:56 12 1968 Wetteland, Randy Hills 11:57 10 1968 Kling, Doug Hills 11:57 12 1969 Geiken, Brooks Cub 11:57 10 11/14/69 Smith, Bob LA 11:57 11 11/21/69 Templeman, Hans Carl 11:58 10 1968 Carvey, Scott Carl 11:58 11 10/16/69 Guerin, John Rio 11:59 10 1968 Smith, Bob LA 11:59 11 11/26/69 Smith, Bob LA 12:00 11 10/30/69 Chamness, Dave Awlt 12:00 11 11/21/69 Brooks, Steve MP 12:00 10 11/26/69 Collins, Art WG 12:00 12 11/26/69 Lundblad, Mike Carl 12:00 12 11/26/69 Ashford, Phil SCarlos 12:01 12 1968 Haley, Terry Carl 12:01 12 11/21/69 Smith, Wayne Mills 12:01 12 11/26/69 Tanski, Chuck Rio 12:02 12 1969 Geiken, Brooks Cub 12:02 10 10/30/69 Manriquez, George MP 12:02 9 11/26/69 Lawson, Randy SCarlos 12:03 11 1968 Sofos, Steve Burl 12:03 12 1968 Wetteland, Randy Hills 12:03 11 1969 Claussen, Phil Camd 12:03 10 11/26/69 Tanski, Chuck Rio 12:03 12 11/26/69 Marconi, John Burl 12:04 10 1968 Nolan, Rick SCarlos 12:04 12 1968 Kinsella, John Soq 12:04 10 10/23/69 Tranchina, Gary Soq 12:04 12 10/23/69 Cortez Seq 12:04 9 10/30/69 Wells, Don Wood 12:04 12 11/21/69 Lewis, Vern Home 12:04 9 11/26/69 Chamness, Dave Awlt 12:05 11 10/23/69 Thompson, Glenn Home 12:05 12 11/21/69 Frosolone, Chuck SF 12:06 12 1968 Ting, Art Wood 12:06 12 1968 Peth WG 12:06 11 10/16/69 MacMitchell, Gordon Ter 12:06 9 11/14/69 Gaesser, Paul Home 12:06 12 11/21/69 Carvey, Scott Carl 12:06 11 11/26/69 Cortez, Jose Seq 12:06 12 11/26/69 Coleman, Greg Paly 12:07 12 1968 Glenesk, Neil Mills 12:07 12 1969 Cortes SC 12:07 10/16/69 Geiken, Brooks Cub 12:07 10 10/23/69 Carvey, Scott Carl 12:07 11 11/14/69 Carvey, Scott Carl 12:08 11 11/21/69 Lynch, Gary Oce 12:09 11 1969 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:09 12 11/14/69 Haley, Terry Carl 12:09 12 11/14/69 Miller, Steve Carl 12:10 9 11/14/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:10 11 11/14/69 Kallbrier, Mike Cup 12:10 12 11/21/69 Chamness, Larry Awlt 12:10 9 11/21/69 Crary, Ward WG 12:10 11 11/26/69 Gissor, Bryan SCarlos 12:10 11 11/26/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 12:11 12 10/23/69 Mitchell, Watt MP 12:11 11 11/26/69 Reed, Glen Home 12:12 11 1969 Thompson, Glenn Home 12:12 12 10/23/69 Brown, Rick LA 12:12 12 10/30/69 Chamness, Larry Awlt 12:12 9 11/26/69 Tanski, Chuck Rio 12:13 11 1968 Sheehan, John Ara 12:13 11 1969 Tanski, Chuck Rio 12:13 12 10/30/69 DeSelms, Kevin Lyn 12:13 11 11/21/69 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:13 12 11/21/69 Cazahous, Phil Rio 12:13 12 11/26/69 Schotzko, Dave Hills 12:14 11 1969 Kling, Doug Hills 12:14 12 10/30/69 Gaesser, Paul Home 12:14 12 11/26/69 Hermosillo Wats 12:14 12 11/26/69 Guerin, John Rio 12:15 11 1969 Morris, Bob Rio 12:15 11 1969 Marshall, John Home 12:15 11 11/21/69 Schloss, Ron MA 12:15 12 11/21/69 McConnell Soq 12:15 11 11/26/69 Miller, Steve Carl 12:15 9 11/26/69 Gieser, Bryan SCarlos 12:16 10 1968 Hassa, Vic Serra 12:16 11 1968 Cartez Seq 12:16 10/23/69 Wells, Don Wood 12:16 12 11/14/69 Black, Russ Carl 12:16 10 11/21/69 Shields Mont 12:16 11 11/26/69 Wells, Don Wood 12:17 11 1968 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:17 12 10/23/69 Black, Russ Carl 12:17 10 10/30/69 MacMitchell, Gordon Ter 12:17 9 10/30/69 Schloss, Ron MA 12:17 12 11/14/69 Coffey, Jim Hills 12:17 12 11/26/69 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:17 12 11/26/69 Sofos, Rick Burl 12:18 10 1968 Coffey, Jim Hills 12:18 12 1969 Patrick, Greg Seq 12:18 11 10/23/69 Gaesser, Paul Home 12:18 12 10/23/69 Haley, Terry Carl 12:18 12 10/23/69 Gieser, Bryan SCarlos 12:18 11 10/30/69 Botham, Marty Hills 12:18 10 11/26/69 MacMitchell, Gordon Ter 12:18 9 11/26/69 Hager, Franz Awlt 12:19 11 11/26/69 Glenesk, Neil Mills 12:19 12 11/26/69 Gieser, Bryan SCarlos 12:20 11 10/23/69 DeSelms, Kevin Lyn 12:20 11 11/26/69 Monteys, Dave Burl 12:21 11 1969 Black, Russ Carl 12:21 10 10/23/69 Haley WG 12:21 12 11/26/69 Ryan, John Rio 12:22 10 1969 Van Dine, Jim ElC 12:22 10 1969 Marconi, John Burl 12:22 11 10/23/69 Tofallo Over 12:22 10 10/30/69 Ignatowicz, Greg Lyn 12:22 12 11/26/69 Brown, Peter Burl 12:22 9 11/26/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 12:23 11 1968 MacMitchell, Gordon Ter 12:23 9 10/23/69 Tanski, Chuck Rio 12:23 12 10/23/69 Davis, Larry LA 12:23 12 10/30/69 Hager, Franz Awlt 12:23 11 11/21/69 Garcia Wats 12:23 10 11/26/69 Morris, Bob Rio 12:24 10 1968 Guadagni, Jim Mills 12:24 12 1969 Phillippe WG 12:24 10/16/69 Marshall, John Home 12:24 11 10/23/69 Cazahous, Phil Rio 12:24 12 10/23/69 Frederico TN 12:24 10/30/69 Church, Steve Home 12:24 11 11/21/69 Lima, Mark Cup 12:24 11 11/21/69 Smith, Bob Lyn 12:24 12 11/21/69 Black, Russ Carl 12:24 10 11/26/69 Lynch, Gary Oce 12:24 11 11/26/69 Cazahous, Phil Rio 12:25 11 1968 Cazahous, Phil Rio 12:25 12 1969 Massa, Vic Serra 12:25 12 1969 Kallbrier, Mike Cup 12:25 12 10/16/69 Haley, Terry Carl 12:25 12 10/30/69 Kling, Doug Hills 12:25 12 11/26/69 Slyngstad DM 12:25 12 11/26/69 Volgsdadt, Roger Hills 12:26 12 1969 Brooks, Steve MP 12:26 10 10/30/69 Ignatowicz, Greg Lyn 12:26 12 11/21/69 Benson Camd 12:26 10 11/26/69 Ebert, Bob WG 12:26 10 11/26/69 Carvey, Scott Carl 12:27 10 1968 Halligan, Ken SSF 12:27 1969 Black, Russ Carl 12:27 10 10/16/69 Helbush, Bill Carl 12:27 11 11/26/69 Peth WG 12:27 11 11/26/69 Basham, Mike SCarlos 12:28 11 11/21/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:28 11 11/21/69 Jameson Wats 12:28 10 11/26/69 Ryan, John Rio 12:28 10 11/26/69 Gruening, Randy Ara 12:29 11 1968 O'Halloran, Dave SF 12:29 11 1968 Henniger Mitty 12:29 10/16/69 Ryan, John Rio 12:29 10 10/23/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:29 11 10/23/69 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:29 12 10/30/69 Stein, Joel Seq 12:29 12 11/14/69 Guerin, John Rio 12:29 11 11/26/69 Brown, Peter Burl 12:30 9 1969 Botham, Marty Hills 12:30 10 1969 Lima, Mark Cup 12:30 11 10/16/69 Lewis, Vern Home 12:30 9 10/23/69 McConnell Soq 12:30 11 10/23/69 Manriquez, George MP 12:30 9 10/30/69 Hart WG 12:30 11 11/26/69 Ames, Bob Mills 12:31 11 1969 Wells, Don Wood 12:31 12 10/16/69 Hart Awlt 12:31 11 11/26/69 Reed Hills 12:31 11 11/26/69 Miller MP 12:31 12 11/26/69 Matza, Mark Ara 12:32 12 1969 Arce, Jeff Wil 12:32 10 10/16/69 Ebert, Bob WG 12:32 10 10/16/69 Furnari, Ralph Carl 12:32 12 10/16/69 Remak, Jan Home 12:32 12 10/23/69 Begalca MP 12:32 10 10/30/69 Wells, Don Wood 12:32 12 10/30/69 Arce, Jeff Wil 12:32 10 11/21/69 Martinez, Dennis Rio 12:32 10 11/26/69 Duran Burl 12:33 9 10/23/69 Focha, Pete Home 12:33 10 10/23/69 Wells, Don Wood 12:33 12 10/23/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:33 11 10/30/69 Halligan, Ken SSF 12:33 10/30/69 Black, Russ Carl 12:33 10 11/14/69 Wilson, Brian Wil 12:33 11 11/21/69 Skinner, Paul Lyn 12:33 11 11/26/69 Wettaland Hills 12:33 11 11/26/69 Guadagni, Jim Mills 12:33 12 11/26/69 Hager Awlt 12:34 10/23/69 Mathews, Scott LA 12:34 11 10/30/69 Mills, Walt Awlt 12:34 9 11/21/69 Hart, Rick Awlt 12:34 10 11/21/69 Patrick, Greg Seq 12:34 11 11/21/69 Doze, Charles Camd 12:34 10 11/26/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:34 11 11/26/69 Ross Mills 12:34 11 11/26/69 Cassel Wats 12:34 12 11/26/69 Marshall Home 12:34 12 11/26/69 Haniger, Mike Mitty 12:35 10 1968 Sefos, Rick Burl 12:35 11 1969 Martinez, Dennis Rio 12:35 10 10/23/69 Reed Hills 12:35 11 10/30/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 12:35 12 11/14/69 Helbush, Bill Carl 12:35 11 11/21/69 Mathews, Scott LA 12:35 11 11/21/69 Stein, Joel Seq 12:35 12 11/21/69 Tofallo Over 12:35 10 11/26/69 Tolbert Camd 12:35 12 11/26/69 Wilcox Mont 12:35 12 11/26/69 Porter, Mike SI 12:36 10 1969 Haley WG 12:36 10/16/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 12:36 12 11/21/69 Lewis, Vern Home 12:36 9 11/21/69 Garber Camd 12:36 11 11/26/69 Rasham SCarlos 12:36 11 11/26/69 Sanford Sar 12:36 11 11/26/69 Cole, Chris SI 12:37 10 1969 Stein, Joel Seq 12:37 12 10/23/69 Botham, Marty Hills 12:37 10 10/30/69 Ames, Bob Mills 12:37 11 11/26/69 Schotzko Home 12:37 11 11/26/69 Strong Camd 12:37 11 11/26/69 Fazzino, Wayne Paly 12:38 10 1968 DeSelms, Kevin Lyn 12:38 11 10/16/69 Church, Matt Home 12:38 9 10/23/69 Donaldson, Alan MP 12:38 10 11/26/69 Marconi, John Burl 12:39 11 1969 Stein, Joel Seq 12:39 12 10/16/69 Gieser, Bryan SCarlos 12:39 11 11/14/69 Miller, Steve Carl 12:39 9 11/21/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 12:39 11 11/21/69 Bailey, Mark Bell 12:39 10 11/26/69 Teresi MP 12:39 11 11/26/69 Volgstadt Home 12:39 12 11/26/69 Haley, Terry Carl 12:40 12 10/16/69 Patrick, Greg Seq 12:40 11 11/14/69 Stewart, Tim Lyn 12:40 9 11/21/69 Griffin Wats 12:40 11 11/26/69 Verrette, Tom Awlt 12:40 11 11/26/69 Bregante, Mike Hills 12:41 12 1969 Hawkins, Harold Burl 12:41 10 10/23/69 Hume Camp 12:41 10/30/69 Helbush, Bill Carl 12:41 11 11/14/69 Basham, Mike SCarlos 12:41 11 11/14/69 Logan, Fred Fre 12:41 11 11/21/69 Martinez, Dennis Rio 12:42 10 1969 Wilson, Brian Wil 12:42 11 10/16/69 Massa, Vic Serra 12:42 12 10/16/69 Schotzko, Dave Hills 12:42 11 10/30/69 Miller MP 12:42 10/30/69 Thompson, Al Seq 12:42 10 11/21/69 Brown, Rick LA 12:42 12 11/21/69 Carris, Mike Camd 12:42 10 11/26/69 Gillan, Pat Home 12:42 11 11/26/69 Wigney, Rick Burl 12:43 11 1969 Paul Cre 12:43 10/23/69 Bailey, Mark Buc 12:43 10 11/21/69 Lott, Mike Cup 12:43 10 11/21/69 Club, Dan Awlt 12:43 12 11/26/69 Foley, Jim Ara 12:44 12 1969 Loraste Serra 12:44 10/23/69 Cole, Chris SI 12:44 10 10/30/69 Haniger, Mike Mitty 12:44 10 10/30/69 Batluck Seq 12:44 10/30/69 Pollard MP 12:44 10 11/26/69 Regalado, Larry Carl 12:45 11 10/16/69 Berka, Chris LA 12:45 10 10/30/69 Berka, Chris LA 12:45 10 11/21/69 Focha, Pete Home 12:45 10 11/21/69 DeLaRoche Camd 12:45 10 11/26/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 12:45 11 11/26/69 Grander Sar 12:45 11 11/26/69 Club, Dan Awlt 12:46 12 10/23/69 Coffey, Jim Hills 12:46 12 10/30/69 Dellarocca, Ed TN 12:46 12 10/30/69 Gillam, Pat Home 12:46 11 11/21/69 Acosta Gil 12:46 10 11/26/69 Richter, Jim SCarlos 12:46 10 11/26/69 O'Toole, Tom Home 12:46 11 11/26/69 Lott, Mike Cup 12:47 10 10/16/69 Craig WG 12:47 10/16/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 12:47 11 10/30/69 Oliver, Chuck Carl 12:47 10 11/14/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 12:47 11 11/14/69 Richter, Jim SCarlos 12:47 10 11/14/69 Howell, Mike Home 12:47 10 11/21/69 Skinner, Paul Lyn 12:47 11 11/21/69 Barraya PG 12:47 10 11/26/69 Focha, Pete Home 12:47 10 11/26/69 Aynn, Collin Home 12:47 11 11/26/69 Church Home 12:47 12 11/26/69 Salinas WG 12:47 12 11/26/69 Dellarocca, Ed TN 12:48 12 1969 Hofas Burl 12:48 10/23/69 Montara Burl 12:48 10/23/69 Martinez, Dennis Rio 12:48 10 10/30/69 Howell, Mike Home 12:48 10 11/26/69 Schelegle, Ed ElC 12:49 1969 Ehigleber Ara 12:49 10 10/16/69 Voskes Cre 12:49 10/23/69 Porter, Mike SI 12:49 10 10/30/69 Wetteland, Randy Hills 12:49 11 10/30/69 Hayes, Rich Carl 12:49 11 11/14/69 Cortez Seq 12:49 9 11/14/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 12:49 11 11/21/69 Rios, Dave Wil 12:49 11 11/21/69 Washer, Fred Wstmnt 12:49 10 11/26/69 Bibler Mont 12:49 12 11/26/69 Merslich, John Hills 12:50 11 1969 Naylor, Steve TN 12:50 12 1969 Hayes, Rich Carl 12:50 11 10/23/69 Polland MP 12:50 10 10/30/69 Basham, Mike SCarlos 12:50 11 10/30/69 Paul Cre 12:50 10/30/69 Church, Matt Home 12:50 9 11/21/69 Oliver, Chuck Carl 12:50 10 11/21/69 Hayes, Rich Carl 12:50 11 11/21/69 Gonzales, Bob Wil 12:50 12 11/21/69 Akard Mont 12:50 10 11/26/69 Bench, Bill Hills 12:50 10 11/26/69 Hayes, Rich Carl 12:50 11 11/26/69 Mathews, Scott LA 12:50 11 11/26/69 Mills Awlt 12:50 11 11/26/69 Middleton, Ron Oce 12:50 12 11/26/69 Devdinger DM 12:50 11/26/69 Holl, Jeff Rio 12:51 9 1968 Pomeroy, Jim Oce 12:51 11 1969 Michaels, Peter Wil 12:51 10 10/16/69 Quesaden MV 12:51 10 10/16/69 Kesling, Steve Cap 12:51 12 10/23/69 Sena Lick 12:51 10/30/69 Rountree, Mike MA 12:51 12 11/14/69 Bigelow Mpt 12:51 10 11/26/69 Owens, Mike Home 12:51 10 11/26/69 Church, Matt Home 12:51 9 11/26/69 Ewigleben, Bob Ara 12:52 10 1969 Levy, Brian Oce 12:52 11 1969 Chamness, Larry Awlt 12:52 9 10/23/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 12:52 11 10/23/69 Ratcliff SC 12:52 10/23/69 Wegner Burl 12:52 10/23/69 Hager, Paul Awlt 12:52 10 11/21/69 Beeman, Tony Lyn 12:52 11 11/21/69 McMurray, Steve Hills 12:52 10 11/26/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 12:52 11 11/26/69 Pomeroy, Jim Oce 12:52 11 11/26/69 Flynn Home 12:53 10/23/69 Donaldson, Alan MP 12:53 10 10/30/69 Richardson, George TN 12:53 9 10/30/69 Yanena, Ricky Pet 12:53 10 11/21/69 Williams, Tracy Wstmnt 12:53 10 11/26/69 Grayatt DM 12:53 11 11/26/69 McCormick, Kelly Mills 12:53 12 11/26/69 Seidel Mont 12:53 12 11/26/69 Brown LA 12:53 9 11/26/69 Stewart, Tim Lyn 12:53 9 11/26/69 Cano, Alex SSF 12:54 10 1969 Salings WG 12:54 10/16/69 Rountree, Mike MA 12:54 12 10/30/69 MacMitchell, Gordon Ter 12:54 9 11/21/69 Zibell, Hugh Carl 12:54 12 11/21/69 Richter, Jim SCarlos 12:54 10 11/21/69 Churchill, Marvin Home 12:54 10 11/26/69 Lail, Larry Mills 12:54 10 11/26/69 Oliver, Chuck Carl 12:54 10 11/26/69 Vigil, Mo Seq 12:54 10 11/26/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 12:54 12 11/26/69 Lail, Larry Mills 12:55 10 1969 Ray, Tom SI 12:55 11 1969 Middleton, Ron Oce 12:55 12 1969 Basham, Mike SCarlos 12:55 11 10/16/69 Sheehan, John Ara 12:55 11 10/16/69 Ignatowicz, Greg Lyn 12:55 12 10/16/69 Thompson, Al Seq 12:55 10 10/23/69 Gillam, Pat Home 12:55 11 10/23/69 Thomas, Lyle Carl 12:55 11 10/23/69 Moore Awlt 12:55 10/23/69 Oliver, Chuck Carl 12:55 10 10/30/69 Maldonado SSF 12:55 10/30/69 Cattarin, Carl Carl 12:55 9 11/14/69 Magagnose Soq 12:55 11 11/26/69 Zibel, Hugh Carl 12:55 12 11/26/69 Gruening, Randy Ara 12:56 12 1969 Hayes, Rich Carl 12:56 11 10/16/69 Teresi MP 12:56 11 10/30/69 Baraona Cre 12:56 10/30/69 Voskes Cre 12:56 10/30/69 Botham, Marty Hills 12:57 9 1968 Casey, Ed Bell 12:57 10 1969 Sorenson, Rich Burl 12:57 12 1969 Richter, Jim SCarlos 12:57 10 10/23/69 Francesco Bell 12:57 10/23/69 Thompson, Al Seq 12:57 10 10/30/69 Helbush, Bill Carl 12:57 11 10/30/69 Fondacabe Carl 12:57 10/30/69 Medeiros Camp 12:57 10/30/69 Sanchez Lick 12:57 10/30/69 Kipp, Greg Wood 12:57 12 11/14/69 Bay, John Gunn 12:57 10 11/21/69 Michaels, Dave Wil 12:57 11 11/21/69 Sanford, Rich Home 12:57 11 11/21/69 Flager Awlt 12:57 10 11/26/69 Franca Gil 12:57 10 11/26/69 Beeman, Tony Lyn 12:57 11 11/26/69 Catterin, Carl Carl 12:57 9 11/26/69 Gazlay, Lee Pet 12:57 9 11/26/69 Benck, Bill Hills 12:58 10 1969 Caton, Rich Burl 12:58 12 1969 Schloss, Ron MA 12:58 12 10/16/69 Blake, Rick Rio 12:58 10 10/23/69 Black Bell 12:58 10/23/69 Cano, Alex SSF 12:58 10 10/30/69 Schloss, Ron MA 12:58 12 10/30/69 Alsop PG 12:58 10 11/26/69 Schiefer WG 12:58 10 11/26/69 Levy Oce 12:58 12 11/26/69 Johnson, Ken Leigh 12:58 9 11/26/69 Arguello, Jose Rio 12:59 9 1968 Richardson, Mark TN 12:59 11 1969 Burnett, Ian Mills 12:59 9 1969 Wilhite Buc 12:59 10/16/69 Gonzales SC 12:59 10/23/69 Richter, Jim SCarlos 12:59 10 10/30/69 Rodriguez, Desi Seq 12:59 10 10/30/69 Naylor, Steve TN 12:59 12 10/30/69 Trine, Dave SCarlos 12:59 10 11/14/69 Barbour, John MA 12:59 10 11/21/69 Churchill, Marvin Home 12:59 10 11/21/69 Club, Dan Awlt 12:59 12 11/21/69 Turner, Paul Lyn 12:59 10 11/26/69 Venuti Sar 12:59 10 11/26/69 Marsh DM 12:59 11/26/69 Ryan, John Rio 13:00 9 1968 Finn, Pat Serra 13:00 10 1969 Torp, Dave Ara 13:00 12 1969 Richter, Jim SCarlos 13:00 10 10/16/69 Caton, Rich Burl 13:00 12 10/23/69 Wall Rio 13:00 10/23/69 Bay, John Gunn 13:00 10 10/30/69 Cazahous, Phil Rio 13:00 12 10/30/69 Watkins, Steve Wil 13:00 11 11/21/69 Rountree, Mike MA 13:00 12 11/21/69 Blake, Rick Rio 13:00 10 11/26/69 Graham, Dan SI 13:01 10 1969 Goerke, Mike TN 13:01 11 1969 Bailey, Mark Bell 13:01 10 10/16/69 Castaneda WG 13:01 10 10/16/69 Finn, Pat Serra 13:01 10 10/16/69 Gruening, Randy Ara 13:01 12 10/16/69 Uerrli Cup 13:01 10/16/69 Helbush, Bill Carl 13:01 11 10/23/69 Benck, Bill Hills 13:01 10 10/30/69 Ray, Tom SI 13:01 11 10/30/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 13:01 11 11/14/69 Lawson, Hank Ter 13:01 9 11/21/69 Elynn, Collin Home 13:01 11 11/21/69 Berka, Chris LA 13:01 10 11/26/69 Cortez, Frank Seq 13:01 10 11/26/69 Cruz WG 13:01 10 11/26/69 Killam, Steve M 13:01 10 11/26/69 Connors Soq 13:01 11 11/26/69 Love, Sam SM 13:02 10 1969 Oliver, Chuck Carl 13:02 10 10/16/69 Jackson, Terry SCarlos 13:02 9 11/14/69 Purcell, Pat Seq 13:02 10 11/14/69 Bay, John Gunn 13:02 10 11/26/69 Ewigleben, Bob Ara 13:02 10 11/26/69 Sullivan, Mike SM 13:02 12 11/26/69 Feix, Dave Mills 13:03 9 1969 O'Brien, Steve Cap 13:03 11 10/23/69 Phillippe, Matt SCarlos 13:03 12 10/30/69 Wernili, Dan Cup 13:03 11 11/21/69 Merrell Camd 13:03 10 11/26/69 Lawson, Hank Ter 13:03 9 11/26/69 Blake, Rick Rio 13:04 10 1969 Rountree, Mike MA 13:04 12 10/16/69 Cattarin, Carl Carl 13:04 9 10/23/69 Mills, Walt Awlt 13:04 9 10/23/69 Long MP 13:04 10 10/30/69 McKelvey MP 13:04 10 10/30/69 Romero MP 13:04 10/30/69 White, Ken SCarlos 13:04 10 11/14/69 Deppe, Jack Fre 13:04 10 11/21/69 Michaels, Peter Wil 13:04 10 11/21/69 Sterra, Bob Awlt 13:04 12 11/21/69 Ichakawa DM 13:04 10 11/26/69 Rivas, Dan Home 13:04 11 11/26/69 Geiken, Brooks Wilbur 13:05 9 1968 Blas, John SF 13:05 11 1969 Blas, John SF 13:05 11 10/23/69 Arnold Paly 13:05 12 10/23/69 Lebre, Ed SF 13:05 10/23/69 Garcia, Pepe SSF 13:05 10/30/69 Tooke, Jim Sun 13:05 9 11/21/69 Turner, Paul Lyn 13:05 10 11/21/69 Stein Ali 13:05 10 11/26/69 Thompson, Al Seq 13:05 10 11/26/69 Hawkins, Harold Burl 13:06 9 1968 O'Brien, Steve Cap 13:06 11 1969 Vanderhurst, Lee Lyn 13:06 12 10/16/69 Fetherolf, Jamie Carl 13:06 11 10/16/69 Mitchell MA 13:06 10/16/69 Trine, Dave SCarlos 13:06 10 10/23/69 Krebs, Dale Gunn 13:06 11 10/23/69 Braecill Home 13:06 10/23/69 Cooke Rio 13:06 10/23/69 Fondacabe Carl 13:06 10/23/69 Laback Wstmr 13:06 10/30/69 Zibell, Hugh Carl 13:06 12 11/14/69 Barbour, John MA 13:06 10 11/14/69 Bardet, Mark Cup 13:06 10 11/21/69 Gruen, Kurt LA 13:06 11 11/21/69 Williams, Mike SF 13:06 10 11/26/69 Rodrigues, Frank Pet 13:06 9 11/26/69 Kesling, Steve Cap 13:07 12 1969 Sullivan, Mike SM 13:07 12 1969 Carter Seq 13:07 10 10/16/69 Amador Bell 13:07 10/23/69 Graham, Dan SI 13:07 10 10/30/69 Volgsdadt, Roger Hills 13:07 12 10/30/69 Kiler Wstmr 13:07 10/30/69 Krebs, Dale Gunn 13:07 11 11/14/69 Sullivan, Mike Wood 13:07 11/14/69 Gilgun, John Sun 13:07 10 11/21/69 Victorine Ali 13:07 10 11/26/69 Whitley, Jim Serra Mont13:08 9 1968 McCallum, Scott Hills 13:08 10 1969 Fisher, Tom SF 13:08 11 1969 Walker, Kim SM 13:08 12 1969 Stock, Bert Lyn 13:08 12 10/16/69 Kipp, Greg Wood 13:08 12 10/23/69 Carty, John Home 13:08 9 11/21/69 Yadewia Prt 13:08 10 11/26/69 Pemberton, Don Hills 13:09 10 1969 McCormick, Kelly Mills 13:09 12 1969 Montez, Dennis SI 13:09 12 1969 Helbush, Bill Carl 13:09 11 10/16/69 Sinclaire, Keray Lyn 13:09 12 10/16/69 Egeland, Russ Seq 13:09 12 10/23/69 Cushman SM 13:09 10/30/69 Thompson, Al Seq 13:09 10 11/14/69 Dern SCarlos 13:09 12 11/14/69 Quesada, Joe Seq 13:09 10 11/21/69 McCarthy, Perry Gunn 13:09 10 11/26/69 Sanford, Rien Home 13:09 12 11/26/69 Carty, John Home 13:09 9 11/26/69 Tooke, Jim Sun 13:09 9 11/26/69 Pyne, Bill SF 13:10 11 1969 Matrinez, Jim Rio 13:10 9 1969 Stewart, Tim Lyn 13:10 9 10/16/69 Casey, Ed Bell 13:10 10 10/23/69 Howell, Mike Home 13:10 10 10/23/69 Trine, Dave SCarlos 13:10 10 10/30/69 Black Bell 13:10 10/30/69 Hill, Marc Carl 13:10 10 11/14/69 Jackson, Joe LA 13:10 11 11/21/69 Humphrey Camd 13:10 10 11/26/69 Johnston, Dave Home 13:10 9 11/26/69 Quinn, Dennis Serra 13:11 10 10/16/69 Bardet, Mark Cup 13:11 10 10/16/69 Turner, Paul Lyn 13:11 10 10/16/69 Oliver, Chuck Carl 13:11 10 10/23/69 McMurray, Steve Hills 13:11 10 10/30/69 Bregante, Mike Hills 13:11 12 10/30/69 Cortez, Frank Seq 13:11 10 11/21/69 Egeland, Russ Seq 13:11 12 11/21/69 Endicott, Scott Fre 13:11 12 11/21/69 Hazen Soq 13:11 11 11/26/69 Hogan, Tom Cup 13:11 12 11/26/69 Pyne DM 13:11 11/26/69 Kaluska, John Burl 13:12 9 1968 Mcluaney, Kevin SI 13:12 10 1969 Thomas, Lyle Carl 13:12 11 10/16/69 Wrucke, Chet Wood 13:12 9 10/16/69 Jackson, Joe LA 13:12 11 10/30/69 Egeland, Russ Seq 13:12 12 10/30/69 Trine, Dave SCarlos 13:12 10 11/21/69 Good, Brian Gunn 13:12 10 11/26/69 Rathbun, Lyon SM 13:13 11 1969 Kipp, Greg Wood 13:13 12 10/16/69 Sanvidotti Wood 13:13 10/23/69 Hayes, Rich Carl 13:13 11 10/30/69 Kane Over 13:13 10/30/69 Gazlay, Lee Pet 13:13 9 11/21/69 Hogen, Tom Cup 13:13 12 11/21/69 Kipp, Greg Wood 13:13 12 11/21/69 Blackbrun PG 13:13 10 11/26/69 Casarez Ali 13:13 12 11/26/69 Clark, Pete SI 13:14 9 1968 Fondacabe Carl 13:14 10/16/69 Sun 13:14 9 10/23/69 Merslich, John Hills 13:14 11 10/30/69 Rodriguez, Desi Seq 13:14 10 11/14/69 Cattarin, Carl Carl 13:14 9 11/21/69 Schug, Bob Carl 13:14 11 11/21/69 Polanco Mont 13:14 10 11/26/69 Wilcox Wats 13:14 10 11/26/69 Kretz, Allen Mills 13:14 12 11/26/69 McMurray, Steve Hills 13:15 10 1969 Roten, Randy Lyn 13:15 11 10/16/69 Connors Soq 13:15 11 10/23/69 Magagnose Soq 13:15 11 10/23/69 Cattarin, Carl Carl 13:15 9 10/30/69 Mahler Pet 13:15 10/30/69 Wrucke, Chet Wood 13:15 9 11/14/69 Egeland, Russ Seq 13:15 12 11/14/69 Melanson, Bill Lyn 13:15 12 11/21/69 Vlyerath Camd 13:15 10 11/26/69 Lunares, Sandy WG 13:15 12 11/26/69 Cano, Henry SSF 13:16 1969 Seq 13:16 9 10/23/69 Wright Home 13:16 10 10/23/69 McCarthy, Perry Gunn 13:16 10 10/30/69 Mitchell, Watt MP 13:16 11 10/30/69 Clarey, Doug Home 13:16 10 11/21/69 Robles, Fred Serra 13:16 11 11/21/69 Roten, Randy Lyn 13:16 11 11/21/69 Buckreus, Vance Lyn 13:16 10 11/26/69 Fetherolf, Gordy Carl 13:16 10 11/26/69 Saucedo, Jim WG 13:16 11 11/26/69 Smith, Bob Lyn 13:16 12 11/26/69 Snyders, Rudy HMB 13:17 10 1969 Edwars, Randy Home 13:17 11 1969 Sellers, Keith Ara 13:17 11 1969 Stewart, Rick Lyn 13:17 11 10/16/69 Woodward WG 13:17 11 10/16/69 Amador Bell 13:17 10/16/69 Rios Wil 13:17 10/16/69 Sorenson, Rich Burl 13:17 12 10/23/69 Cooke Rio 13:17 10/30/69 John Hills 13:17 10/30/69 Lawson, Hank Ter 13:17 9 11/14/69 Fetherolf, Gordy Carl 13:17 10 11/14/69 Jackson, Terry SCarlos 13:17 9 11/21/69 Hawk, Joel Lyn 13:17 11 11/21/69 Hall, Dennis Cup 13:17 12 11/21/69 Mauger PG 13:17 10 11/26/69 Wats 13:17 11/26/69 Martinez, Dennis Rio 13:18 9 1968 Gonzales, Bob Wil 13:18 12 10/16/69 Wood 13:18 9 10/23/69 Sanford, Rich Home 13:18 11 10/23/69 Dern SCarlos 13:18 12 10/23/69 Fitzgerald Aptos 13:18 10 11/26/69 McCalbun Hills 13:18 10 11/26/69 Edwards, Randy Hills 13:18 11 11/26/69 Ridgel, Paul Camd 13:18 9 11/26/69 Williams, Mike SF 13:19 10 1969 Trine, Dave SCarlos 13:19 10 10/16/69 Jackson, Terry SCarlos 13:19 9 10/30/69 McCallum, Scott Hills 13:19 10 10/30/69 Guptill, Steve Ter 13:19 9 11/14/69 Mott, Wayne Carl 13:19 12 11/14/69 Rodrigues, Frank Pet 13:19 9 11/21/69 Kallbrier, John Cup 13:19 11 11/21/69 Farkas, Greg Cup 13:19 12 11/21/69 Feit Mills 13:19 10 11/26/69 Kallbrier, John Cup 13:19 11 11/26/69 Biddle, Larry Pi 13:19 9 11/26/69 Childs, Chris SI 13:20 11 1969 Scaroni, Joe Wood 13:20 10 10/16/69 Beeman, Tony Lyn 13:20 11 10/16/69 Krebs, Dale Gunn 13:20 11 10/16/69 Cilgun Sun 13:20 10 10/23/69 Hanes, Mitch Home 13:20 10/23/69 Sullivan, Mike Wood 13:20 10/23/69 Franliacu Bell 13:20 10/30/69 White, Rich Carl 13:20 9 11/21/69 Del Pozzo, Joek Home 13:20 10 11/21/69 Fetherolf, Gordy Carl 13:20 10 11/21/69 Clarey, Doug Home 13:20 10 11/26/69 Bonvini, Rob Home 13:20 9 11/26/69 Lallinan, John SI 13:21 10 1969 Renn, Jack Mills 13:21 11 1969 Kretz, Allen Mills 13:21 12 1969 Bonvini, Rob Home 13:21 9 10/23/69 Hansen Awlt 13:21 10/23/69 Victorine Serra 13:21 10/23/69 Gentry, Steve Fre 13:21 12 11/21/69 Lambert, Mike LA 13:21 12 11/21/69 Melanson, Bill Lyn 13:21 12 11/26/69 Giles, Rick Home 13:21 9 11/26/69 Gleeson, Steve SF 13:22 12 1969 Matza, Mark Ara 13:22 12 10/16/69 Degean WG 13:22 10/16/69 Sanvidotti Wood 13:22 10/16/69 Rodriguez, Desi Seq 13:22 10 10/23/69 Vira Serra 13:22 10 10/23/69 Basham, Mike SCarlos 13:22 11 10/23/69 Bay, John Gunn 13:22 10 11/14/69 Gruen, Kurt LA 13:22 11 11/26/69 Chin Ara 13:23 10 10/16/69 Cruz WG 13:23 10 10/16/69 Purcell, Pat Seq 13:23 10 10/16/69 Francesco Bell 13:23 10/16/69 Sanchez Sun 13:23 10 10/23/69 Wade Home 13:23 12 10/23/69 Church, Matt Home 13:23 9 10/23/69 Cole Bell 13:23 10 10/30/69 Gaynor Pet 13:23 10 10/30/69 Gurube TN 13:23 10/30/69 Carvey, Dana Carl 13:23 9 11/14/69 Carlson, John Fre 13:23 10 11/21/69 Chaney, Mike SM 13:23 10 11/26/69 Cobb Awlt 13:23 11 11/26/69 Carvey, Dana Carl 13:23 9 11/26/69 Swift, Greg Bran 13:23 9 11/26/69 Williams, Steve Carl 13:23 9 11/26/69 Shin, Dave Ara 13:24 10 1969 Tony, James SI 13:24 10 1969 Egeland, Russ Seq 13:24 12 10/16/69 Petnerolf Carl 13:24 10 10/23/69 Robles, Fred Serra 13:24 11 10/23/69 Brosnan Bell 13:24 10/23/69 Delechi SC 13:24 10/23/69 Cortez, Frank Seq 13:24 10 10/30/69 Deitchman Paly 13:24 11 11/14/69 McCarthy, Perry Gunn 13:24 10 11/21/69 Rathbun, Lyon SM 13:24 11 11/26/69 Beach, Randy Lyn 13:24 12 11/26/69 Wade Home 13:24 12 11/26/69 Bergez, Ray SI 13:25 11 1969 Hansen, Kevin Ara 13:25 9 1969 Phil, John SSF 13:25 1969 Hall, Dennis Cup 13:25 12 10/16/69 Montez, Dennis SI 13:25 12 10/30/69 Amador Bell 13:25 10/30/69 White, Rich Carl 13:25 9 11/14/69 Guptill, Steve Ter 13:25 9 11/21/69 Moorehead Carl 13:25 10 11/21/69 Palacios, Alex Wil 13:25 11 11/21/69 Garcia Wstmnt 13:25 10 11/26/69 McKelvy MP 13:25 10 11/26/69 Mills Awlt 13:25 10 11/26/69 Benitou, Mario Hills 13:25 11 11/26/69 Schug, Bob Carl 13:25 11 11/26/69 Tyrrell Sar 13:25 11 11/26/69 Farkas, Greg Cup 13:25 12 11/26/69 Fiock DM 13:25 12 11/26/69 Brooks, Gilbert Milp 13:25 9 11/26/69 Robinson, Dave SI 13:26 12 1969 Schug, Bob Carl 13:26 11 10/23/69 O'Anza Cre 13:26 10/23/69 Spacner Cre 13:26 10/23/69 Callinco SI 13:26 10 10/30/69 Finn, Pat Serra 13:26 10 10/30/69 Walker, Kim SM 13:26 12 10/30/69 Mitchell, Robert Lyn 13:26 10 11/26/69 Suise DM 13:26 10 11/26/69 Hawk, Joel Lyn 13:26 11 11/26/69 Dixon LA 13:26 12 11/26/69 Chaney, Mike SM 13:27 10 1969 Hart, Bill Oce 13:27 11 1969 Buckreus, Vance Lyn 13:27 10 10/16/69 Grady, Tom Lyn 13:27 10 10/16/69 Cole Bell 13:27 10 10/16/69 Michaels, Dave Wil 13:27 11 10/16/69 Cole Bell 13:27 10 10/23/69 Guarson SF 13:27 10/23/69 Mulligan, Roark Carl 13:27 11 10/30/69 Blake, Rick Rio 13:27 10 10/30/69 Rose, Matt Wood 13:27 10 11/14/69 Mulligan, Roark Carl 13:27 11 11/14/69 Newman, Tom Lyn 13:27 9 11/21/69 O'Toole, Tom Home 13:27 11 11/21/69 Rivas, Dan Home 13:27 11 11/21/69 Barbour, John MA 13:27 10 11/26/69 Del Pozzo, Joek Home 13:27 10 11/26/69 McCarthy, Andrew SI 13:28 10 1969 Imamoto, Keith Ara 13:28 11 1969 Reardon, Ed TN 13:28 11 1969 Rose, Matt Wood 13:28 10 10/16/69 Zibell, Hugh Carl 13:28 12 10/23/69 Casey, Ed Bell 13:28 10 10/30/69 Pemberton, Don Hills 13:28 10 10/30/69 Schug, Bob Carl 13:28 11 10/30/69 McCarthy, Perry Gunn 13:28 10 11/14/69 Bonvini, Rob Home 13:28 9 11/21/69 Carvey, Dana Carl 13:28 9 11/21/69 Beach, Randy Lyn 13:28 12 11/21/69 Hanes, Mitch Home 13:28 11/21/69 Grady, Tom Lyn 13:28 10 11/26/69 Ferguson, Rich Hills 13:28 12 11/26/69 Aulwurm, David Cap 13:29 10 1969 James, David SI 13:29 10 1969 Saurdes WG 13:29 10/16/69 Clarey, Doug Home 13:29 10 10/23/69 Jervenon Cre 13:29 10/30/69 Peck, Doug Jor 13:29 9 11/14/69 Owens, Mike Home 13:29 10 11/21/69 Tomaszewski, John Fre 13:29 11 11/21/69 Flores Wats 13:29 10 11/26/69 Jackson, Joe LA 13:29 11 11/26/69 McGinnis Sar 13:29 11 11/26/69 Polley Cup 13:29 12 11/26/69 Krakow, Roger SM 13:30 11 1969 Watt, Bob Cup 13:30 11 10/16/69 Brosnan Bell 13:30 10/16/69 Mulligan, Roark Carl 13:30 11 10/23/69 White, Ken SCarlos 13:30 10 10/23/69 Mott, Wayne Carl 13:30 12 10/23/69 Wrucke, Chet Wood 13:30 9 10/30/69 Barbour, John MA 13:30 10 10/30/69 Newton, Jim MA 13:30 12 10/30/69 Noble MP 13:30 10/30/69 Sullivan, Mike Wood 13:30 10/30/69 Buckreus, Vance Lyn 13:30 10 11/21/69 Hulliban, Roack Carl 13:30 11 11/21/69 Hill, Marc Carl 13:30 10 11/26/69 Love, Sam SM 13:30 10 11/26/69 Guptill, Steve Ter 13:30 9 11/26/69 Johnson, Rod Ayer 13:30 9 11/26/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:30 9 11/26/69 Anderson, Lindsey Wstmr 13:31 10 1969 Irvine, Ed Hills 13:31 11 1969 Purcell, Pat Seq 13:31 10 10/23/69 Sommiba Wstmr 13:31 10 10/30/69 Lawson, Hank Ter 13:31 9 10/30/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:31 9 11/14/69 Cooper, Rob Seq 13:31 10 11/14/69 Newman, Tom Lyn 13:31 9 11/26/69 Chin Ara 13:31 10 11/26/69 Fisher SF 13:31 10 11/26/69 Thomas Sar 13:31 11 11/26/69 Gruber, Dan Aptos 13:31 9 11/26/69 White, Rich Carl 13:31 9 11/26/69 Sale, Jim Mills 13:32 11 1969 Fetherolf, Gordy Carl 13:32 10 10/16/69 McNatt Cub 13:32 10 10/16/69 Beach, Randy Lyn 13:32 12 10/16/69 Jackson, Terry SCarlos 13:32 9 10/23/69 Owens Home 13:32 10 10/23/69 Jervenon Cre 13:32 10/23/69 Good, Brian Gunn 13:32 10 10/30/69 Fillpot, Randy SCarlos 13:32 9 11/14/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:32 9 11/21/69 White, Ken SCarlos 13:32 10 11/21/69 Polly, Steve Cup 13:32 12 11/21/69 Field, Hal Ara 13:32 10 11/26/69 White, Ken SCarlos 13:32 10 11/26/69 Layers KC 13:32 9 11/26/69 Mott, John Hills 13:32 9 11/26/69 Itsborno SF 13:32 11/26/69 Bennet, Alan Burl 13:33 9 1969 McKinley, Barry Burl 13:33 12 1969 Keltner SC 13:33 10 10/23/69 Barney Carl 13:33 10 10/30/69 Battaglia, Rick TN 13:33 12 10/30/69 Guptill, Steve Ter 13:33 9 10/30/69 Guptill, Bruce Ter 13:33 9 11/21/69 DeLaGaza Wats 13:33 10 11/26/69 Landes DM 13:33 10 11/26/69 Trine, Dave SCarlos 13:33 10 11/26/69 Rubin, Kim LA 13:33 11 11/26/69 Wright, Tim Mills 13:33 11 11/26/69 Burnett, Ian Mills 13:33 9 11/26/69 Williams, Scott Burl 13:34 9 1969 Moorehead Carl 13:34 10 10/16/69 Foley, Jim Ara 13:34 12 10/16/69 Hazen Soq 13:34 11 10/23/69 Sterra, Bob Awlt 13:34 12 10/23/69 Hirochfelt MP 13:34 10 10/30/69 Olson Cre 13:34 10 10/30/69 Childs, Chris SI 13:34 11 10/30/69 Dieu SM 13:34 10/30/69 Huseman, Bill Carl 13:34 11 11/14/69 Bednai, Roman Cup 13:34 9 11/21/69 Slavin, Dan LA 13:34 9 11/21/69 Mott, Wayne Carl 13:34 12 11/21/69 Purcell, Pat Seq 13:34 10 11/26/69 Reed WG 13:34 12 11/26/69 Lacy Milp 13:34 9 11/26/69 Showen, Mark Burl 13:35 9 1969 Roff, Jim Mills 13:35 10 1969 Gallagher Seq 13:35 10 10/16/69 Good, Brian Gunn 13:35 10 10/23/69 Laundis Paly 13:35 10 10/23/69 Bull Cre 13:35 10/23/69 Dixon LA 13:35 12 10/30/69 Guptill, Bruce Ter 13:35 9 11/14/69 Laundis Paly 13:35 10 11/14/69 Giles, Rick Home 13:35 9 11/21/69 Sanchez Sun 13:35 10 11/21/69 Dina Awlt 13:35 11 11/21/69 Hansen Ara 13:35 10 11/26/69 Capron Soq 13:35 11 11/26/69 Sawyer Home 13:35 9 11/26/69 Asborno, Greg SF 13:36 11 1969 Lebre, Ed SF 13:36 1969 Hawk, Joel Lyn 13:36 11 10/16/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:36 9 10/23/69 Temple Carl 13:36 10 10/23/69 Deitchman Paly 13:36 11 10/23/69 Matrinez, Jim Rio 13:36 9 10/23/69 Edwards, Randy Hills 13:36 11 10/30/69 Goerke, Mike TN 13:36 11 10/30/69 Arnold Paly 13:36 12 10/30/69 Garcia Over 13:36 10/30/69 Revalo Lick 13:36 10/30/69 Sawyer Home 13:36 9 11/21/69 Thomas, Lyle Carl 13:36 11 11/21/69 Cooper Seq 13:36 10 11/26/69 Lambert, Mike LA 13:36 12 11/26/69 Fillpot, Randy SCarlos 13:36 9 11/26/69 Latimer, Brian Ter 13:36 9 11/26/69 Newman, Tom Lyn 13:37 9 10/16/69 Del Pozzo, Joek Home 13:37 10 10/23/69 Thomas, Lyle Carl 13:37 11 11/14/69 Latimer, Brian Ter 13:37 9 11/21/69 Vigil, Mo Seq 13:37 10 11/21/69 VanZuuk, Alan Fre 13:37 11 11/21/69 Neilson, Doug Lyn 13:37 10 11/26/69 Salinas WG 13:37 10 11/26/69 Sevigny DM 13:37 10 11/26/69 Hart, Bill Oce 13:37 11 11/26/69 Mulligan, Roark Carl 13:37 11 11/26/69 Munoz Wats 13:37 9 11/26/69 Cook, Bob TN 13:38 10 1969 Smith, Tim TN 13:38 11 1969 Hons, Tom Serra 13:38 12 1969 Breck Bell 13:38 10/16/69 Peck, Doug Jor 13:38 9 10/23/69 Yeo, Matt SCarlos 13:38 9 10/23/69 Fischer Cap 13:38 10/23/69 Magniham Wstmr 13:38 10 10/30/69 Awila Lick 13:38 10/30/69 Bule Cre 13:38 10/30/69 McCurry, Mike SCarlos 13:38 10 11/14/69 Grady, Tom Lyn 13:38 10 11/21/69 Stewart, Rick Lyn 13:38 11 11/21/69 Profumo, Gus Mills 13:38 10 11/26/69 Mills 13:38 10 11/26/69 Rawls, Alec Ter 13:38 9 11/26/69 Williams, Scott Burl 13:38 9 11/26/69 Newton, Jim MA 13:39 12 10/16/69 Fortas Cup 13:39 10/16/69 Johnston, Dave Home 13:39 9 10/23/69 White, Rich Carl 13:39 9 10/23/69 Williams, Mike SF 13:39 10 10/23/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 13:39 11 10/23/69 Laundis Paly 13:39 10 10/30/69 Benitou, Mario Hills 13:39 11 10/30/69 Christian SI 13:39 10/30/69 Clifton MP 13:39 10/30/69 Sanvidotti Wood 13:39 11/14/69 Cliff, Al Carl 13:39 9 11/21/69 Kahler, Steve Wil 13:39 11 11/21/69 Wade Home 13:39 12 11/21/69 Teshner, Phil LA 13:39 12 11/26/69 Showen, Mark Burl 13:39 9 11/26/69 Byrne, Dennis SI 13:40 1969 Cattarin, Carl Carl 13:40 9 10/16/69 Cooper, Rob Seq 13:40 10 10/16/69 Schug, Bob Carl 13:40 11 10/16/69 Lyinn Serra 13:40 10 10/23/69 Hons, Tom Serra 13:40 12 10/23/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:40 9 10/30/69 Yaduvia Pet 13:40 10 10/30/69 Rowlands SM 13:40 10/30/69 Westover Home 13:40 11 11/21/69 Stewart, Rick Lyn 13:40 11 11/26/69 Kreyling, Dan SM 13:41 9 1969 Graff, Doug SM 13:41 10 1969 Monihan, Bob Wstmr 13:41 10 1969 Bednai, Roman Cup 13:41 9 10/16/69 Reynick SC 13:41 10/16/69 Rose, Matt Wood 13:41 10 10/23/69 Capron Soq 13:41 11 10/23/69 Simpson Burl 13:41 10/23/69 Smith, Tim TN 13:41 11 10/30/69 Campbell Cub 13:41 10/30/69 Lebre, Ed SF 13:41 10/30/69 Fillpot, Randy SCarlos 13:41 9 11/21/69 Mitchell, Robert Lyn 13:41 10 11/21/69 Neilson, Doug Lyn 13:41 10 11/21/69 Moorehead Carl 13:41 10 11/26/69 Medina MP 13:41 11/26/69 Noble MP 13:41 11/26/69 Spann, Jay SM 13:42 10 1969 Willard, Keith TN 13:42 12 1969 McCarthy, Perry Gunn 13:42 10 10/16/69 Mulligan, Roark Carl 13:42 11 10/16/69 Carty, John Home 13:42 9 10/23/69 Thompson, Paul SF 13:42 9 10/23/69 Lucas, Julian Gunn 13:42 11 10/23/69 Lawson, Hank Ter 13:42 9 10/23/69 Rodrigues, Frank Pet 13:42 9 10/30/69 Slavin, Dan LA 13:42 9 10/30/69 Love, Sam SM 13:42 10 10/30/69 Thurston Paly 13:42 10 11/14/69 Good, Brian Gunn 13:42 10 11/21/69 Teshner, Phil LA 13:42 12 11/21/69 Adams SM 13:42 10 11/26/69 Oliver DM 13:42 10 11/26/69 Wise PG 13:42 10 11/26/69 Dina Awlt 13:42 11 11/26/69 Rexroad DM 13:42 12 11/26/69 Jackson, Terry SCarlos 13:42 9 11/26/69 Wilson, Bob Hills 13:43 10 1969 Nasser, Joel SM 13:43 12 1969 Burlesa, Mark SI 13:43 1969 Giles, Ron Ara 13:43 10 10/16/69 Bay, John Gunn 13:43 10 10/16/69 Arnold Paly 13:43 12 10/16/69 Capron Soq 13:43 10 10/23/69 Fisher, Tom SF 13:43 11 10/23/69 Yeo, Matt SCarlos 13:43 9 10/30/69 McCarthy, Andrew SI 13:43 10 10/30/69 Gruen, Kurt LA 13:43 11 10/30/69 Mott, Wayne Carl 13:43 12 10/30/69 Latimer, Brian Ter 13:43 9 11/14/69 Allen, Kent Carl 13:43 11 11/14/69 Hallet, John Carl 13:43 11 11/14/69 Schug, Rob Carl 13:43 11 11/14/69 Johnston, Dave Home 13:43 9 11/21/69 Maley Cup 13:43 9 11/21/69 Rawls, Alec Ter 13:43 9 11/21/69 Arno Buc 13:43 10 11/21/69 Gaynor, John Lyn 13:43 10 11/21/69 McMatt, John Cup 13:43 10 11/21/69 Allen Wstmnt 13:43 10 11/26/69 Oastaneda WG 13:43 10 11/26/69 Richter SCarlos 13:43 9 11/26/69 Tingst LA 13:43 11/26/69 Love, John SM 13:44 9 1969 Ryan, Mike Mills 13:44 10 1969 Kocjan, Tom Cap 13:44 12 1969 Arno Bell 13:44 10 10/16/69 Palacios, Alex Wil 13:44 11 10/16/69 Mills, Walt Awlt 13:44 9 10/23/69 Guptill, Steve Ter 13:44 9 10/23/69 Condon LA 13:44 9 10/30/69 Mott, John Hills 13:44 9 10/30/69 Irvine, Ed Hills 13:44 11 10/30/69 Meub, Dan MA 13:44 11 10/30/69 Smith Cub 13:44 11 10/30/69 Hons, Tom Serra 13:44 12 10/30/69 Meub, Dan MA 13:44 11 11/14/69 Morberg Home 13:44 10 11/21/69 Robins Awlt 13:44 10 11/21/69 Durston, Tom Fre 13:44 12 11/21/69 Fisher Soq 13:44 10 11/26/69 Giles, Ron Ara 13:44 10 11/26/69 Henard Awlt 13:44 10 11/26/69 Mott, John Hills 13:45 9 1969 Benitou, Mario Hills 13:45 11 1969 Field, Hal Ara 13:45 9 1969 Lauten WG 13:45 10/16/69 Ricy Wil 13:45 10/16/69 Williams, Scott Burl 13:45 9 10/23/69 White, Rich Carl 13:45 9 10/30/69 Fetherolf, Gordy Carl 13:45 10 10/30/69 Fisher, Tom SF 13:45 11 10/30/69 Matrinez, Jim Rio 13:45 9 10/30/69 Weden, Chris SCarlos 13:45 11 11/14/69 Drach, Peter SCarlos 13:45 10 11/21/69 Watt, Bob Cup 13:45 11 11/21/69 Bransman SI 13:45 9 11/26/69 Garcia, Pepe SSF 13:46 1969 Sellers, Keith Ara 13:46 11 10/16/69 Voss Bell 13:46 10 10/23/69 Pylecstra Carl 13:46 10 10/23/69 Pyne, Bill SF 13:46 11 10/23/69 Jones Cap 13:46 10/23/69 Hill, Marc Carl 13:46 10 10/30/69 Teshner, Phil LA 13:46 12 10/30/69 Rawls, Alec Ter 13:46 9 11/14/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 13:46 11 11/14/69 Morris Wood 13:46 11/14/69 Murphy Wood 13:46 11/14/69 Henard Awlt 13:46 10 11/21/69 Rose, Matt Wood 13:46 10 11/21/69 Holloway Wstmnt 13:46 10 11/26/69 Jensen Ali 13:46 10 11/26/69 Clark, Mike Lyn 13:46 9 11/26/69 Alioto, Vince Rio 13:47 10 1969 Biehl, Joe SM 13:47 10 1969 Federico, Randy TN 13:47 11 1969 Barbour, John MA 13:47 10 10/16/69 Melanson, Bill Lyn 13:47 12 10/16/69 Allen, Kent Carl 13:47 11 10/16/69 Kallbrier, John Cup 13:47 11 10/16/69 Reed WG 13:47 12 10/16/69 Micora Lel 13:47 10 10/23/69 McKinley, Barry Burl 13:47 12 10/23/69 Goodman SC 13:47 10/23/69 Zempel, Dave Carl 13:47 10 10/30/69 Krebs, Dale Gunn 13:47 11 10/30/69 Lambert, Mike LA 13:47 12 10/30/69 Maria Wstmr 13:47 10/30/69 Montoya Burl 13:47 10/30/69 Andrade Sun 13:47 10 11/21/69 Bouchet Seq 13:47 10 11/21/69 Oates Seq 13:47 10 11/21/69 Rios, Steve Wil 13:47 11 11/21/69 Thomas, Vic Lyn 13:47 11 11/21/69 Gallagher Seq 13:47 10 11/26/69 Irvine, Ed Hills 13:47 11 11/26/69 Young, Rich Burl 13:48 9 1969 Peck, Doug Jor 13:48 9 10/16/69 Showen, Mark Burl 13:48 9 10/23/69 Dina Awlt 13:48 11 10/23/69 O'Toole, Mike Home 13:48 9 10/23/69 Bursell Seq 13:48 10 10/30/69 Cock TN 13:48 10 10/30/69 Williams, Mike SF 13:48 10 10/30/69 Pyne, Bill SF 13:48 11 10/30/69 Mattleson SCarlos 13:48 9 11/14/69 Gallagher Seq 13:48 10 11/21/69 Kelly, Mike Cup 13:48 10 11/21/69 McGavven Awlt 13:48 10 11/21/69 Graff, Doug SM 13:48 10 11/26/69 Guzman Wstmnt 13:48 10 11/26/69 King Wstmnt 13:48 10 11/26/69 Robinas Awlt 13:48 10 11/26/69 Carl 13:48 10 11/26/69 Bennet, Alan Burl 13:48 9 11/26/69 Flint MP 13:48 11/26/69 Brewer, Ed Wstmr 13:49 10 1969 Gossey, John TN 13:49 11 1969 Whitsett Mitty 13:49 10 10/16/69 Pickett, Mike Cup 13:49 11 10/16/69 Cack Soq 13:49 9 10/23/69 Allen, Kent Carl 13:49 11 10/23/69 Graycar, Chris SCarlos 13:49 10 10/30/69 Bergez, Ray SI 13:49 11 10/30/69 Gleeson, Steve SF 13:49 12 10/30/69 Kipp, Greg Wood 13:49 12 10/30/69 Verstreper Over 13:49 10/30/69 Wilbur Wstmr 13:49 10/30/69 Cliff, Al Carl 13:49 9 11/14/69 Moorehead Carl 13:49 10 11/14/69 Cooper, Rob Seq 13:49 10 11/21/69 Graycar, Chris SCarlos 13:49 10 11/21/69 Van Brocklin LA 13:49 10 11/21/69 Condon, Chris LA 13:49 11 11/26/69 Yeo, Matt SCarlos 13:49 9 11/26/69 Dauer, Brad SM 13:50 9 1969 Sammaribe, George Wstmr 13:50 10 1969 Gaynor, John Lyn 13:50 10 10/16/69 Hons, Tom Serra 13:50 12 10/16/69 Hallet, John Carl 13:50 11 10/23/69 Bay, John Gunn 13:50 10 10/23/69 Gallagher Seq 13:50 10 10/23/69 Moorehead Carl 13:50 10 10/23/69 Reznick SCarlos 13:50 10/23/69 Jamestown SI 13:50 10 10/30/69 Blas, John SF 13:50 11 10/30/69 D'Anna Cre 13:50 10/30/69 Williams, Steve Carl 13:50 9 11/14/69 Drach, Peter SCarlos 13:50 10 11/14/69 Switzer Sun 13:50 9 11/21/69 Hoodman, Brian Cup 13:50 11 11/21/69 Hoffman Mont 13:50 11 11/26/69 Moncada KC 13:50 9 11/26/69 Bennett WG 13:50 11/26/69 Gahagen, Scott Hills 13:51 9 1969 Ferguson, Rich Hills 13:51 12 1969 Ribera, Jim Oce 13:51 9 1969 Andersen Buc 13:51 10/16/69 Aculerd SC 13:51 10/23/69 Anderson, Lindsey Wstmr 13:51 10 10/30/69 Rose, Matt Wood 13:51 10 10/30/69 Allen, Kent Carl 13:51 11 10/30/69 Grantham Lick 13:51 10/30/69 Preston SSF 13:51 10/30/69 Bales, Tom Seq 13:51 12 11/14/69 Richter SCarlos 13:51 9 11/21/69 Cobb Awlt 13:51 11 11/21/69 Thompson, Paul SF 13:51 9 11/26/69 Thompson, Paul SF 13:52 9 1969 Eaton, Mark Carl 13:52 10 10/16/69 Mott, Wayne Carl 13:52 12 10/16/69 Olson Cre 13:52 10 10/23/69 Smith Cub 13:52 11 10/23/69 Brown, Peter Burl 13:52 9 10/30/69 Hallet, John Carl 13:52 11 10/30/69 Berekamp Mitty 13:52 10/30/69 Barney Carl 13:52 10 11/26/69 Bouchet Awlt 13:52 10 11/26/69 Ball Hills 13:52 11/26/69 Lator, Bill Carl 13:53 9 10/16/69 Salinas WG 13:53 10 10/16/69 Harny Burl 13:53 9 10/23/69 Williams, Steve Carl 13:53 9 10/23/69 Pisker Cap 13:53 10 10/23/69 Wilson Home 13:53 10 10/23/69 Thurston Paly 13:53 10 10/30/69 Sanvidotti Wood 13:53 10/30/69 Graycar, Chris SCarlos 13:53 10 11/14/69 Clark, Mike Lyn 13:53 9 11/21/69 Williams, Steve Carl 13:53 9 11/21/69 Gagnon Pet 13:53 10 11/21/69 Cardenas Gil 13:53 10 11/26/69 Chavez Wats 13:53 9 11/26/69 Cliff, Al Carl 13:53 9 11/26/69 Hanes, Mitch Home 13:53 11/26/69 Canning, Dave SF 13:54 9 1969 Wright, Tim Mills 13:54 11 1969 Ginoza MV 13:54 10 10/16/69 Graycar, Chris SCarlos 13:54 10 10/16/69 Scheifer WG 13:54 10 10/16/69 Pyne, Bill SF 13:54 11 10/16/69 Sawyer Home 13:54 9 10/23/69 Eaton, Mark Carl 13:54 10 10/23/69 Mcaroal Wood 13:54 10 10/23/69 McCurry, Mike SCarlos 13:54 10 10/23/69 Stadler Gunn 13:54 11 10/23/69 Rohlfes, Larry Rio 13:54 12 10/23/69 Lianides Wood 13:54 10/23/69 Alioto, Vince Rio 13:54 10 10/30/69 Brach SCarlos 13:54 10 10/30/69 Krakow, Roger SM 13:54 11 10/30/69 Smith Cub 13:54 11 11/14/69 Wrucke, Chet Wood 13:54 9 11/21/69 Canning, Dave SF 13:54 9 11/26/69 Hall, Dennis Cup 13:54 12 11/26/69 Recht Home 13:54 9 11/26/69 Brunerman, Mark SI 13:55 9 1969 Ball, Rober Hills 13:55 11 1969 Painter Cub 13:55 10 10/16/69 Voss Bell 13:55 10 10/16/69 Jarp Ara 13:55 10/16/69 Stadler Gunn 13:55 11 10/30/69 Rawls, Alec Ter 13:55 9 10/30/69 Eiboll Carl 13:55 10/30/69 Levitsky Cub 13:55 10/30/69 Allen, Kent Carl 13:55 11 11/21/69 Gaynor, John Lyn 13:55 10 11/26/69 Ryan, Mike Mills 13:55 10 11/26/69 Thomas, Vic Lyn 13:55 11 11/26/69 Reiling, Randy Lyn 13:55 9 11/26/69 Lee, Lance SM 13:56 10 1969 Kuditani, Craig Ara 13:56 10 10/16/69 Leonard SF 13:56 10 10/16/69 Thurston Paly 13:56 10 10/23/69 James, David SI 13:56 10 10/30/69 Condon, Chris LA 13:56 11 11/21/69 Biehl, Joe SM 13:56 10 11/26/69 Bruce, Ray SF 13:56 11 11/26/69 Cabbera Leigh 13:56 9 11/26/69 Pietropaoli, Rich Burl 13:57 9 1969 Sylvestri Carl 13:57 10 10/16/69 Weden, Chris SCarlos 13:57 11 10/16/69 Berekamp Mitty 13:57 10/16/69 Sullivan, Mike Wood 13:57 10/16/69 Graycar, Chris SCarlos 13:57 10 10/23/69 Westover Home 13:57 11 10/23/69 Guptill, Bruce Ter 13:57 9 10/23/69 Mercer SF 13:57 10/23/69 Asborno, Greg SF 13:57 11 10/30/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 13:57 11 10/30/69 Taylor Lick 13:57 10/30/69 Kelley Paly 13:57 11 11/14/69 Smith Fre 13:57 12 11/21/69 McGaven Awlt 13:57 10 11/26/69 Walker, Bob Hills 13:57 9 11/26/69 Krakow SM 13:57 11/26/69 Fatinas, Tony SI 13:58 9 1969 Jack, John SI 13:58 9 1969 Bravos, Fred Wstmr 13:58 10 1969 Rohlfes, Larry Rio 13:58 12 1969 Lukens Cup 13:58 9 10/16/69 Watkins, Steve Wil 13:58 11 10/16/69 Patch Wood 13:58 10/16/69 Richter SCarlos 13:58 9 10/23/69 Gudrais, Pete Cap 13:58 11 10/23/69 Necard Mitty 13:58 10 10/30/69 VanBrocklin LA 13:58 10 10/30/69 Marconi, John Burl 13:58 11 10/30/69 Latch Wood 13:58 10/30/69 Dempster Carl 13:58 9 11/21/69 Grubb Awlt 13:58 10 11/21/69 Coleman, Joseph Lyn 13:58 12 11/21/69 Cagle Ali 13:58 10 11/26/69 McMatt, John Cup 13:58 10 11/26/69 Ribera, Jim Oce 13:58 9 11/26/69 Topusidis Camd 13:58 9 11/26/69 Walker, Bob Hills 13:59 9 1969 Kuditani, Craig Ara 13:59 10 1969 Hallet, John Carl 13:59 11 10/16/69 Stadler Gunn 13:59 11 10/16/69 Timanoto Ara 13:59 10/16/69 Hemmet Burl 13:59 9 10/23/69 Weden, Chris SCarlos 13:59 11 10/23/69 Cobb Awlt 13:59 11 10/23/69 Koleshikow Burl 13:59 10/23/69 Sedwick LA 13:59 10 10/30/69 Yeo, Matt SCarlos 13:59 9 11/14/69 Arnold Paly 13:59 12 11/14/69 Fotinos SI 13:59 9 11/26/69 Torres, Gus SI 14:00 9 1969 Chamlers, Brent Ara 14:00 10 10/16/69 Alioto, Vince Rio 14:00 10 10/23/69 Barney Carl 14:00 10 10/23/69 Fisher Soq 14:00 10 10/23/69 Hast Awlt 14:00 10/23/69 Murphy Wood 14:00 10/23/69 Mazza, Rich Wstmr 14:00 9 10/30/69 Moorehead Carl 14:00 10 10/30/69 Stein, Bill Gunn 14:00 11 11/14/69 Purcell, Pat Seq 14:00 10 11/21/69 Van Dick Fre 14:00 10 11/21/69 Hyrne, Chris Fre 14:00 11 11/21/69 Kessel Awlt 14:00 12 11/21/69 Sterra, Bob Awlt 14:00 12 11/26/69 Glen Leigh 14:00 9 11/26/69 Switzer Sun 14:00 9 11/26/69 Turney DM 14:00 9 11/26/69 Courtney, Kal Wstmr 14:01 10 1969 Hines Cup 14:01 10/16/69 Asborno, Greg SF 14:01 11 10/23/69 Rawls, Alec Ter 14:01 9 10/23/69 Peck, Doug Jor 14:01 9 10/30/69 Richter SCarlos 14:01 9 10/30/69 Cooper, Rob Seq 14:01 10 10/30/69 Deitchman Paly 14:01 11 10/30/69 Huseman, Bill Carl 14:01 11 10/30/69 Coxson Lick 14:01 10/30/69 Finuchio Mitty 14:01 10/30/69 Kelley Wood 14:01 10/30/69 Migilanio Over 14:01 10/30/69 Black Pet 14:01 10 11/21/69 Zempel, Dave Carl 14:01 10 11/21/69 Newton, Jim MA 14:01 12 11/21/69 Archer DM 14:01 10 11/26/69 Bates Bran 14:01 9 11/26/69 Candello Camd 14:01 9 11/26/69 Osborn Camd 14:01 9 11/26/69 Wilson Ayer 14:01 9 11/26/69 Guzman WG 14:02 10 10/16/69 Burns Burl 14:02 10 10/23/69 Aker Paly 14:02 11 10/23/69 Rice Serra 14:02 10/23/69 Brewer, Ed Wstmr 14:02 10 10/30/69 Lafoyd SI 14:02 10 10/30/69 Guptill, Bruce Ter 14:02 9 10/30/69 Vouderwerth MP 14:02 10/30/69 Stadler Gunn 14:02 11 11/14/69 Brown Fre 14:02 10 11/21/69 Wilson Home 14:02 10 11/21/69 Yingst, Wendell LA 14:02 12 11/21/69 Ross Mills 14:02 10 11/26/69 Dauer, Brad SM 14:02 9 11/26/69 Hart, Bob SM 14:03 9 1969 Profumo, Gus Mills 14:03 10 1969 Quinn, Dennis Serra 14:03 10 1969 Gudrais, Pete Cap 14:03 11 1969 Bruce, Ray SF 14:03 11 10/16/69 Barr, Mike Rio 14:03 10 10/23/69 Leonard SF 14:03 10 10/23/69 Bruce, Ray SF 14:03 11 10/23/69 Bravos, Fred Wstmr 14:03 10 10/30/69 Aker Paly 14:03 11 10/30/69 Euart, Brett SI 14:03 11 10/30/69 Rohlfes, Larry Rio 14:03 12 10/30/69 Reynolds Camp 14:03 10/30/69 Lewis MA 14:03 9 11/14/69 Lianides Wood 14:03 11/14/69 Meub, Dan MA 14:03 11 11/21/69 Hahn, Steve HMB 14:04 9 1969 Battaglia, Rick TN 14:04 12 1969 Zibell, Hugh Carl 14:04 12 10/16/69 McCarthy Cap 14:04 10 10/23/69 Robins Awlt 14:04 10 10/23/69 Huseman, Bill Carl 14:04 11 10/23/69 Romani Cre 14:04 10/23/69 Gazlay, Lee Pet 14:04 9 10/30/69 Stein Seq 14:04 11 10/30/69 Gallaghar Seq 14:04 10 10/30/69 Lubruzzo Wstmr 14:04 10/30/69 Scaroni, Joe Wood 14:04 10 11/14/69 Traylor, Barry Seq 14:04 10 11/14/69 McElroy MV 14:04 10 11/21/69 Vanderhurst, Lee Lyn 14:04 12 11/21/69 Gutierrez Gil 14:04 10 11/26/69 Itaya Wats 14:04 9 11/26/69 Thompson, Paul SF 14:05 9 10/16/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 14:05 11 10/16/69 Giles, Rick Home 14:05 9 10/23/69 Lewis MA 14:05 10 10/30/69 Romani Cre 14:05 10/30/69 Eaton, Mark Carl 14:05 10 11/14/69 Zempel, Dave Carl 14:05 10 11/14/69 Richmond, Kim Carl 14:05 12 11/14/69 Aker Paly 14:05 11 11/14/69 Overset Home 14:05 9 11/21/69 Recht Home 14:05 9 11/21/69 Hart, Bob SM 14:05 9 11/26/69 Nasser SM 14:05 11/26/69 Reiling, Randy Lyn 14:06 9 10/16/69 Sythe SC 14:06 9 10/23/69 Gallagher Seq 14:06 10 11/14/69 Mendoza SCarlos 14:06 10 11/21/69 Sorenson, Scott Lyn 14:06 10 11/21/69 Inoquez, Ted SSF 14:07 10 1969 Minshew, David TN 14:07 11 1969 Aker Paly 14:07 11 10/16/69 Wright Ara 14:07 10/16/69 Levitsky Cub 14:07 10/23/69 Futinas SI 14:07 9 10/30/69 Spann, Jay SM 14:07 10 10/30/69 Kennedy, Tim Rio 14:07 11 10/30/69 Lucier Mitty 14:07 10/30/69 Bay, Al Ter 14:07 9 11/14/69 Niermeier, Bryce Carl 14:07 11 11/14/69 Falk SI 14:07 9 11/26/69 Bruce, Ray SF 14:08 11 1969 Williams, Steve Carl 14:08 9 10/16/69 Neilson, Doug Lyn 14:08 10 10/16/69 Finuchio Mitty 14:08 10/16/69 Burl 14:08 9 10/23/69 Brock SCarlos 14:08 10 10/23/69 Lydster Awlt 14:08 10/23/69 Steel, John SM 14:08 9 10/30/69 Chaney, Mike SM 14:08 10 10/30/69 Anderson Cub 14:08 10/30/69 Champneys TN 14:08 10/30/69 Dempster Carl 14:08 9 11/14/69 Newton, Jim MA 14:08 12 11/14/69 Likens Cup 14:08 9 11/21/69 Johnson, Phil Pet 14:08 11 11/21/69 Gonnerman Sun 14:08 9 11/26/69 Lippert Camd 14:08 9 11/26/69 Young, Rich Burl 14:08 9 11/26/69 Baty, Charles Mills 14:09 12 1969 Cuneo, Dave Carl 14:09 11 10/16/69 Deitchman Paly 14:09 11 10/16/69 Meub, Dan MA 14:09 11 10/16/69 Stein, Bill Gunn 14:09 11 10/16/69 Niermeier, Bryce Carl 14:09 11 10/23/69 Overstreet Pet 14:09 10 10/30/69 Gregerson Pet 14:09 10 11/21/69 Predzik Fre 14:09 10 11/21/69 Scaroni, Joe Wood 14:09 10 11/21/69 Giles, Ron Ara 14:10 10 1969 Yoro, Nick SM 14:10 11 1969 Nicora Bell 14:10 9 10/16/69 Wolan SC 14:10 10/16/69 Kennedy Awlt 14:10 10/23/69 Morris Wood 14:10 10/23/69 Richardson TN 14:10 10 10/30/69 Ferguson, Rich Hills 14:10 12 10/30/69 Rice Serra 14:10 10/30/69 Larsen Cub 14:10 12 11/14/69 Williams PG 14:10 10 11/26/69 Zempel, Dave Carl 14:10 10 11/26/69 Johnson DM 14:10 9 11/26/69 Hong, Whyman Hills 14:11 9 1969 Minshew, David TN 14:11 11 10/30/69 Richmond, Kim Carl 14:11 12 10/30/69 Brandhoust MP 14:11 10/30/69 Oates Seq 14:11 10 11/14/69 Daley Seq 14:11 12 11/14/69 Jackson LA 14:11 9 11/21/69 Hill, Marc Carl 14:11 10 11/21/69 Mortel Home 14:11 10 11/21/69 Baughman Home 14:11 11 11/21/69 Mizuno SM 14:11 11/26/69 James, Bill SM 14:12 12 1969 Clark, Mike Lyn 14:12 9 10/16/69 Hollen Awlt 14:12 9 10/23/69 Cuneo, Dave Carl 14:12 11 10/23/69 Alcanter Serra 14:12 10/23/69 Cuneo, Dave Carl 14:12 11 10/30/69 Yingst, Wendell LA 14:12 12 10/30/69 James, Bill SM 14:12 12 11/26/69 Love, John SM 14:12 9 11/26/69 Garule, Nick TN 14:13 11 1969 Yeo, Matt SCarlos 14:13 9 10/16/69 Polly, Steve Cup 14:13 12 10/16/69 Hansen, Kevin Ara 14:13 9 10/16/69 Luck WG 14:13 10/16/69 Mercer SF 14:13 10/16/69 Nordman Cup 14:13 10/16/69 Thesston Paly 14:13 10/16/69 Baughman Home 14:13 11 10/23/69 Jamieson, Bill Gunn 14:13 10 10/30/69 Butler SM 14:13 10/30/69 Owens Over 14:13 10/30/69 Gonnerman Sun 14:13 9 11/21/69 Lydster Awlt 14:13 11/21/69 Garcia Gil 14:13 10 11/26/69 Marchesini Camd 14:13 10 11/26/69 Morales KC 14:13 9 11/26/69 Merrihew, Tom Hills 14:14 9 1969 Kennedy, Tim Rio 14:14 11 1969 Becker, John Cap 14:14 9 10/23/69 Blake SC 14:14 9 10/23/69 Gayler Seq 14:14 10 10/23/69 Gustafker Cap 14:14 10/23/69 McCurry, Mike SCarlos 14:14 10 10/30/69 14:14 10 10/30/69 Richter SCarlos 14:14 9 11/14/69 Prentice, Lex Gunn 14:14 10 11/21/69 Cuneo, Dave Carl 14:14 11 11/21/69 Casteneda WG 14:14 10 11/26/69 Hong, Whyman Hills 14:14 9 11/26/69 Sjostrom DM 14:14 9 11/26/69 Howard, Glenn Lyn 14:15 9 10/16/69 Traylor, Barry Seq 14:15 10 10/16/69 Williams, Mike SF 14:15 10 10/16/69 Kelley Wood 14:15 10/16/69 Burl 14:15 9 10/23/69 O'Brian Burl 14:15 10 10/23/69 Grosse TN 14:15 9 10/30/69 Williams, Steve Carl 14:15 9 10/30/69 Lucas, Julian Gunn 14:15 11 10/30/69 Autrand, Bob TN 14:15 9 10/30/69 Sythe SC 14:15 9 11/21/69 Coll Fre 14:15 12 11/21/69 Kreyling, Dan SM 14:15 9 11/26/69 Trapp, Bob SI 14:15 9 11/26/69 Reeder, Steve Mills 14:16 10 1969 Pagan, Ron SSF 14:16 1969 Hansen Ara 14:16 10 10/16/69 Cliff, Al Carl 14:16 9 10/23/69 Dauer, Brad SM 14:16 9 10/30/69 Scaroni, Joe Wood 14:16 10 10/30/69 Reiling, Randy Lyn 14:16 9 11/21/69 Spear Fre 14:16 12 11/21/69 Kessel Awlt 14:16 12 11/26/69 Lopez Wats 14:16 9 11/26/69 Shackleford, Lee TN 14:17 10 1969 Zempel, Dave Carl 14:17 10 10/16/69 Laundis Paly 14:17 10 10/16/69 Burdick SC 14:17 9 10/23/69 Jamieson, Bill Gunn 14:17 10 10/23/69 Stein, Bill Gunn 14:17 11 10/23/69 Peterson Cre 14:17 10/23/69 Inoquez, Ted SSF 14:17 10 10/30/69 Dern SCarlos 14:17 12 10/30/69 Bennett Wstmr 14:17 10/30/69 Medina MP 14:17 10/30/69 Niermeier, Bryce Carl 14:17 11 11/21/69 Pickett, Mike Cup 14:17 11 11/21/69 Grubb Awlt 14:17 10 11/26/69 Lydster Awlt 14:17 11/26/69 Decease, Lance HMB 14:18 9 1969 Woods, Joe SI 14:18 1969 Sun 14:18 9 10/23/69 Grady SF 14:18 10 10/30/69 Morris Wood 14:18 10/30/69 Terry Cre 14:18 10/30/69 Johnson, K SCarlos 14:18 9 11/14/69 Kelley Wood 14:18 11/14/69 Howard, Glenn Lyn 14:18 9 11/21/69 Doust, James Lyn 14:18 10 11/21/69 Eaton, Mark Carl 14:18 10 11/26/69 Woodward WG 14:18 11 11/26/69 Newton MP 14:18 11/26/69 Fillpot, Randy SCarlos 14:19 9 10/16/69 Doust, James Lyn 14:19 10 10/16/69 Dunn SC 14:19 9 10/23/69 Henard Awlt 14:19 10 10/23/69 Coli, Dave SF 14:19 12 10/23/69 Logan Soq 14:19 10/23/69 Leonard SF 14:19 10 10/30/69 Palty Seq 14:19 10 10/30/69 Bay, Al Ter 14:19 9 10/30/69 Mahon, Bernie MV 14:19 9 11/21/69 Thompson Awlt 14:19 10 11/21/69 Gonzales Gil 14:19 10 11/26/69 Reyes Ali 14:19 10 11/26/69 Spann, Jay SM 14:19 10 11/26/69 McCarthy, Bill Lyn 14:19 9 11/26/69 Lucas, Julian Gunn 14:20 11 10/16/69 Middel, Art MA 14:20 11 10/16/69 Bennett WG 14:20 10/16/69 Bush MtVw 14:20 10/16/69 Weden, Chris SCarlos 14:20 11 10/30/69 Sylter SC 14:20 9 11/14/69 McCarthy, Bill Lyn 14:20 9 11/21/69 Herrera DM 14:20 9 11/26/69 Bohn MP 14:20 11/26/69 Mazza, Rich Wstmr 14:21 9 1969 Lewis MA 14:21 9 10/16/69 Larmaie Mitty 14:21 10 10/16/69 Viator, Mark Buc 14:21 11 10/16/69 Acndoca SC 14:21 10 10/23/69 Anlwano Cap 14:21 10 10/23/69 Caton, Rich Burl 14:21 12 10/30/69 Mizuno Hills 14:21 10/30/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 14:21 9 11/14/69 Kellogg, Fred Gunn 14:21 10 11/14/69 Doust, James Lyn 14:21 10 11/26/69 Evans Mills 14:21 10 11/26/69 Kellogg, Fred Gunn 14:21 10 11/26/69 Barrera, Pete Mills 14:22 10 1969 Ferry Cre 14:22 10/23/69 Stein, Bill Gunn 14:22 11 10/30/69 Glidden Camp 14:22 10/30/69 Kellogg, Fred Gunn 14:22 10 11/21/69 Love, Tom Cup 14:22 10 11/21/69 Lee, Lance SM 14:22 10 11/26/69 Merrihew, Tom Hills 14:22 9 11/26/69 Stvdemeister Burl 14:22 9 11/26/69 Watt Wood 14:22 9 11/26/69 Richter SCarlos 14:23 9 10/16/69 Good, Brian Gunn 14:23 10 10/16/69 Cre 14:23 9 10/23/69 Bay, Al Ter 14:23 9 10/23/69 Sutorius Paly 14:23 12 11/14/69 O'Toole, Mike Home 14:23 9 11/21/69 Gomez Sun 14:23 10 11/21/69 Brudemeister, Paul Burl 14:24 9 1969 Cliff, Al Carl 14:24 9 10/16/69 Mahon, Bernie MV 14:24 9 10/16/69 McMahon MV 14:24 9 10/16/69 White, Rich Carl 14:24 9 10/16/69 Jamieson, Bill Gunn 14:24 10 10/16/69 Sutorius Paly 14:24 12 10/16/69 Matsushita Buc 14:24 10/16/69 Johnson SCarlos 14:24 9 10/23/69 Wagner Home 14:24 10 10/23/69 Sutorius Paly 14:24 12 10/23/69 Carvey, Dana Carl 14:24 9 10/30/69 Thompson, Paul SF 14:24 9 10/30/69 Reeder, Steve Mills 14:24 10 11/26/69 O'Leary SI 14:24 9 11/26/69 Contreras, Jesse Rio 14:25 9 1969 Love Cub 14:25 10 10/16/69 Poslush Cap 14:25 10 10/23/69 Whitsett Mitty 14:25 10 10/30/69 Stearn Wood 14:25 9 11/14/69 Norman Sun 14:25 10 11/21/69 Pizon, Pat LA 14:25 12 11/21/69 Guptill, Bruce (spikTer 14:25 9 11/26/69 Quisas Milp 14:25 9 11/26/69 Calvin, Steve HMB 14:26 10 1969 Renger Wood 14:26 10 10/16/69 Kahler, Steve Wil 14:26 11 10/16/69 Murphy Wood 14:26 10/16/69 Bouchet Awlt 14:26 9 10/23/69 Dempster Carl 14:26 9 10/23/69 Bechter Cap 14:26 10 10/23/69 Ramitez SC 14:26 10 10/23/69 Hill, Jeff Carl 14:26 11 10/23/69 Cliff, Al Carl 14:26 9 10/30/69 Naegle Bell 14:26 10 10/30/69 White, Ken SCarlos 14:26 10 10/30/69 Murphy Seq 14:26 9 11/14/69 Vannucci, Tom SCarlos 14:26 10 11/14/69 Hausler MA 14:26 9 11/21/69 Moles Fre 14:26 10 11/21/69 Verette, Tom Awlt 14:26 11 11/21/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 14:26 10 11/26/69 Radler Carl 14:26 9 11/26/69 Gahagen, Scott Hills 14:27 9 10/30/69 Hargrane SM 14:27 10/30/69 Draper SCarlos 14:27 9 11/14/69 Rayee, Scott Wood 14:27 10 11/14/69 Carter Wats 14:27 10 11/26/69 Blair Bran 14:27 9 11/26/69 Trapp, Bob SI 14:28 9 1969 Pasteneda WG 14:28 10 10/16/69 Hill, Marc Carl 14:28 10 10/16/69 Huseman, Bill Carl 14:28 11 10/16/69 Cre 14:28 9 10/23/69 Hussey Soq 14:28 10/23/69 Eaton, Mark Carl 14:28 10 10/30/69 Willard, Keith TN 14:28 12 10/30/69 Fitzpatrick, Brian LA 14:28 10/30/69 Kachur, James Lyn 14:28 11 11/21/69 Morales Gil 14:28 10 11/26/69 Towner Leigh 14:28 9 11/26/69 14:29 9 1969 McCurry, Mike SCarlos 14:29 10 10/16/69 Louth Ara 14:29 10/16/69 Niermeier, Bryce Carl 14:29 11 10/30/69 Goodwell, Howard MA 14:29 12 10/30/69 Garcia Wats 14:29 10 11/26/69 Campbell Sun 14:29 9 11/26/69 Payne, Bob Wstmr 14:30 9 1969 Asborno, Greg SF 14:30 11 10/16/69 Kulhman Mitty 14:30 10/16/69 Sayer Wood 14:30 10 10/23/69 Barchero Cap 14:30 10/23/69 Mitchell Home 14:30 10/23/69 Hart, Bob SM 14:30 9 10/30/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 14:30 11 10/30/69 Greven SI 14:30 10/30/69 Larsen Cub 14:30 10/30/69 Middel, Art MA 14:30 11 11/14/69 Goodwell, Howard MA 14:30 12 11/14/69 Hollen Awlt 14:30 10 11/21/69 Hollen Awlt 14:30 10 11/26/69 Amamoto SM 14:30 9 11/26/69 Linn Buc 14:31 9 10/16/69 Malloy Cup 14:31 9 10/16/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 14:31 11 10/16/69 Martin Wil 14:31 10/16/69 Rice Serra 14:31 10/16/69 Gates Seq 14:31 10 10/23/69 Nielsen Serra 14:31 10 10/23/69 Patch Wood 14:31 10/23/69 Lee, Lance SM 14:31 10 10/30/69 Mattleson SCarlos 14:31 9 11/21/69 Nash KC 14:31 9 11/26/69 Munoz WG 14:31 11/26/69 O'Halloran, Mike SF 14:32 9 1969 Phillips, Bob Cap 14:32 12 1969 Murre Bell 14:32 10 10/16/69 Kessel Awlt 14:32 12 10/23/69 Tomasini Rio 14:32 10/23/69 Israelsen LA 14:32 9 10/30/69 Kelley Paly 14:32 11 10/30/69 Leanides Wood 14:32 10/30/69 Woods, Joe SI 14:32 10/30/69 Patch Wood 14:32 11/14/69 Viator, Mark Buc 14:32 11 11/21/69 Aulwurm, John Cap 14:33 11 1969 Nurre Bell 14:33 10 10/23/69 Perry Bell 14:33 10 10/23/69 Vannucci, Tom SCarlos 14:33 10 10/23/69 Fosson Cre 14:33 9 10/30/69 Johnson SCarlos 14:33 9 10/30/69 Traylor, Barry Seq 14:33 10 10/30/69 Robinson, Dave SI 14:33 12 10/30/69 Robinson SI 14:33 9 11/26/69 Steel, John SM 14:34 9 1969 14:34 9 1969 Barney Carl 14:34 10 10/16/69 Kelley Cub 14:34 10 10/16/69 McCasland Gunn 14:34 10/16/69 Soq 14:34 9 10/23/69 Wandro, Jack Serra 14:34 10 10/23/69 Sutorius Paly 14:34 12 10/30/69 Stock, Bert Lyn 14:34 12 11/21/69 Barrera, Pete Mills 14:34 10 11/26/69 Morris Wood 14:35 10/16/69 Lehr Cap 14:35 10 10/23/69 Naegle Bell 14:35 10 10/23/69 Yarengs Cre 14:35 10 10/30/69 Feise Paly 14:35 10/30/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 14:35 10 11/14/69 Stein Seq 14:35 11 11/14/69 Israelson LA 14:35 9 11/21/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 14:35 10 11/21/69 Rubin, Kim LA 14:35 11 11/21/69 Rach, Tom Serra 14:36 12 1969 Pardes Burl 14:36 10 10/23/69 Feise Paly 14:36 10/23/69 Prickett Home 14:36 10/23/69 Mazza, Rich Wstmr 14:36 9 10/30/69 Gregerson Pet 14:36 10 10/30/69 Nasser, Joel SM 14:36 12 10/30/69 Autrand, Bob TN 14:36 9 10/30/69 Lucas, Julian Gunn 14:36 11 11/14/69 Frank Sun 14:36 10 11/21/69 Gaham, Ron Lyn 14:36 10 11/21/69 Middel, Art MA 14:36 11 11/21/69 Smith Camd 14:36 9 11/26/69 Torres, Gus SI 14:36 9 11/26/69 Lee, John SM 14:37 9 1969 Loffler, Craig Rio 14:37 10 1969 Richardson, George TN 14:37 9 1969 Perez WG 14:37 10 10/16/69 Campong SF 14:37 9 10/30/69 Joch SI 14:37 9 10/30/69 Yoro, Nick SM 14:37 11 11/26/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 14:37 9 11/26/69 Pietropaoli, Rich Burl 14:37 9 11/26/69 Reck DM 14:37 9 11/26/69 Jas, Charlie Serra 14:38 1969 Carbarino SC 14:38 10 10/16/69 Lucier Mitty 14:38 10/16/69 Home 14:38 9 10/23/69 Dunmire Awlt 14:38 10 10/23/69 Burrows LA 14:38 10 10/30/69 Fhoads SCarlos 14:38 9 11/21/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 14:38 9 11/21/69 Eaton, Mark Carl 14:38 10 11/21/69 Jackowski, Steve Lyn 14:38 11 11/21/69 Alff SCarlos 14:38 9 11/26/69 Ames Lyn 14:38 9 11/26/69 Steel, John SM 14:38 9 11/26/69 Bell WG 14:38 11/26/69 Wats 14:38 11/26/69 Faial, Fernando HMB 14:39 9 1969 Mattleson SCarlos 14:39 9 10/23/69 Hewlett SC 14:39 10 10/23/69 Giutenen TN 14:39 10 10/30/69 Goodson Hills 14:39 10/30/69 Wong, Harry MA 14:39 11 11/14/69 Snider Fre 14:39 11/21/69 Lo, Tom Rio 14:40 9 1969 Chamlers, Brent Ara 14:40 10 1969 Allander Mitty 14:40 10 10/16/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 14:40 10 10/23/69 Garbarino SCarlos 14:40 10 10/23/69 Eckhardt, Tom SCarlos 14:40 11 10/23/69 Larsen Cub 14:40 10/23/69 Miraglia Seq 14:40 10 11/14/69 Britts, Larry MA 14:40 10 11/14/69 Hill, Jeff Carl 14:40 11 11/14/69 Morrison, Mike Wil 14:40 10 11/21/69 Busene Ali 14:40 10 11/26/69 Autrand, Bob TN 14:41 9 1969 Hendricks Bell 14:41 9 10/16/69 Slyter SCarlos 14:41 9 10/16/69 Morrison SCarlos 14:41 10 10/16/69 Niermeier, Bryce Carl 14:41 11 10/16/69 Coli, Dave SF 14:41 12 10/16/69 Rubin, Kim LA 14:41 11 10/30/69 Goodwell, Howard MA 14:41 12 11/21/69 Wong, Harry MA 14:42 11 10/16/69 Logan, Matt Wilbur 14:42 9 10/23/69 Slyter SCarlos 14:42 9 10/23/69 Burl 14:42 9 10/23/69 Lauer Burl 14:42 10 10/23/69 Voss Bell 14:42 10 10/30/69 Miller MA 14:42 10/30/69 Limides, Jim Wood 14:42 11 11/21/69 Degear WG 14:42 11/26/69 Dates Seq 14:43 10 10/16/69 Barrata Mitty 14:43 10 10/16/69 Doll Bell 14:43 10 10/23/69 Hulwurm Cap 14:43 10/23/69 Hawkins, Harold Burl 14:43 10 10/30/69 Yoro, Nick SM 14:43 11 10/30/69 Alff SCarlos 14:43 9 11/14/69 Campbell Sun 14:43 9 11/21/69 Lowe, Dennis Pet 14:43 11 11/21/69 Oates Seq 14:43 10 11/26/69 Davis SCarlos 14:44 10 10/23/69 Huntley SF 14:44 10 10/23/69 McCasland Gunn 14:44 10/23/69 Burlesa, Mark SI 14:44 10/30/69 Duna SC 14:44 9 11/21/69 Lizardo Sun 14:44 9 11/26/69 Prince Bran 14:44 9 11/26/69 Wardell Buc 14:45 10/16/69 Klemchak Home 14:45 9 10/23/69 Stein Seq 14:45 11 10/23/69 Bussinego Burl 14:45 10 10/23/69 Curtain Bell 14:45 10 10/23/69 Donoghue Cre 14:45 10 10/23/69 Funk Soq 14:45 10 10/23/69 Morrow Bell 14:45 10 10/23/69 Boffi Cre 14:45 10/23/69 Rapp SF 14:45 10/23/69 Miller Cup 14:45 9 11/21/69 Vannucci, Tom SCarlos 14:45 10 11/21/69 Gradone Wats 14:45 9 11/26/69 Castell, Rex SM 14:46 11 1969 Frandsen Cup 14:46 9 10/16/69 Naegle, Joe Bell 14:46 9 10/16/69 Curtain Bell 14:46 10 10/16/69 Hara Cap 14:46 10 10/23/69 Payne, Bob Wstmr 14:46 9 10/30/69 Gomez SSF 14:46 10 10/30/69 Morrow Bell 14:46 10 10/30/69 Johnson, Phil Pet 14:46 11 10/30/69 Blake SC 14:46 9 11/21/69 Duran, Rick Wil 14:46 10 11/21/69 Morron Bell 14:47 9 10/16/69 McElroy MV 14:47 10 10/16/69 Kaufeldt Cap 14:47 9 10/23/69 Rodriguez Seq 14:47 9 10/23/69 Williamson Jor 14:47 9 10/23/69 Martell Home 14:47 10 10/23/69 Fondacabe, Greg Carl 14:47 11 10/23/69 Latrop SC 14:47 10/23/69 Tanaka Cub 14:47 10/23/69 Hyer Cre 14:47 9 10/30/69 Dempster Carl 14:47 10 10/30/69 Rosing Seq 14:47 9 11/14/69 Lizardo Sun 14:47 9 11/21/69 Loungs Cre 14:48 10 10/23/69 Pope Cap 14:48 10 10/23/69 Graff, Doug SM 14:48 10 10/30/69 Griffin Sun 14:48 9 11/21/69 Inbody Fre 14:48 9 11/21/69 Martinez Wats 14:48 9 11/26/69 Becker, John Cap 14:49 9 1969 Feise Paly 14:49 10/16/69 Wolf Jor 14:49 9 10/23/69 Clevenser Home 14:49 10 10/23/69 Barney Carl 14:49 10 11/21/69 Wagner Home 14:49 10 11/21/69 Gordon Leigh 14:49 9 11/26/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 14:50 10 10/16/69 Byrne Bell 14:50 10 10/16/69 Johnson Carl 14:50 9 10/23/69 Miralgia Seq 14:50 10 10/23/69 Morton Burl 14:50 10 10/23/69 Morton Cub 14:50 11 10/23/69 Shackleford, Lee TN 14:50 10 10/30/69 Wong, Harry MA 14:50 11 10/30/69 Pagan, Ron SSF 14:50 10/30/69 Ruggerio, Mike Cup 14:50 11/21/69 Richard PG 14:50 10 11/26/69 Naegle, Joe Bell 14:51 9 1969 Biller Cap 14:51 10 10/23/69 Anderson Soq 14:51 10/23/69 Sorensen Burl 14:51 10/23/69 Eckhardt, Tom SCarlos 14:51 11 11/14/69 Ames Lyn 14:51 9 11/21/69 Lewis MA 14:51 9 11/21/69 Tajarda Cup 14:51 9 11/21/69 Tompson, Bill Cup 14:51 11/21/69 Johnson SCarlos 14:52 9 10/16/69 Loffler, Craig Rio 14:52 10 10/23/69 Zneimer Carl 14:52 10 10/23/69 McKinley, Barry Burl 14:52 12 10/23/69 West SM 14:52 9 10/30/69 Coli, Dave SF 14:52 12 10/30/69 Sullivan, Mike SM 14:52 12 10/30/69 Hausler MA 14:52 9 11/14/69 Brodway Pet 14:52 10 11/21/69 McCallum, Scott Hills 14:52 10 11/26/69 Lizardo Sun 14:52 9 11/26/69 Huntley SF 14:53 10 1969 Shibata MA 14:53 9 10/16/69 Porter Awlt 14:53 9 10/23/69 Ho Home 14:53 10 10/23/69 Anderson, Jeff SCarlos 14:53 10/23/69 Mattleson SCarlos 14:53 9 10/30/69 Bell 14:53 10 10/30/69 Castell, Rex SM 14:53 11 10/30/69 Wellemeyer TN 14:53 10/30/69 Morton Cub 14:53 11 11/14/69 Gusman, Jeff Ter 14:53 9 11/21/69 Lavin Cup 14:53 9 11/21/69 Griffin Sun 14:53 9 11/26/69 Weaver, Scott SM 14:54 9 1969 Miraglia Seq 14:54 10 10/16/69 Overset Home 14:54 9 10/23/69 Morrison SCarlos 14:54 10 10/23/69 Alff SCarlos 14:54 9 10/30/69 Torres, Gus SI 14:54 9 10/30/69 Rhete Wstmr 14:54 10/30/69 Schoenfeld Cub 14:54 11/14/69 Cunningham Wood 14:55 10 10/16/69 Miller Cre 14:55 10 10/23/69 Bloom Paly 14:55 10/23/69 Morton Cub 14:55 11 10/30/69 Kuniten A 14:55 10 11/26/69 Austin, Jim LA 14:55 11/26/69 Dempster Carl 14:56 9 10/16/69 Vannucci, Tom SCarlos 14:56 10 10/16/69 Phillips, Bob Cap 14:56 12 10/23/69 Gusman, Jeff Ter 14:56 9 10/30/69 Rhoads SCarlos 14:56 9 11/14/69 Rusch LA 14:56 9 11/21/69 Kosten Sun 14:56 10 11/21/69 Rayee, Scott Wood 14:56 10 11/21/69 Golberg DM 14:56 9 11/26/69 Kistler MP 14:56 11/26/69 Wats 14:56 11/26/69 Carmichael Seq 14:57 10 10/16/69 Stein Seq 14:57 11 10/16/69 Cone Pet 14:57 9 10/30/69 Boshe SM 14:57 10 10/30/69 Helmke MA 14:57 10 10/30/69 Rach, Tom Serra 14:57 12 10/30/69 Cooper SF 14:57 10/30/69 Iverson DM 14:57 9 11/26/69 Winterhalter, Don TN 14:58 11 1969 Drach, Peter SCarlos 14:58 10 10/16/69 Nielsen Serra 14:58 10 10/16/69 Calvilo MP 14:58 9 10/30/69 Walker, Bob Hills 14:58 9 10/30/69 Austin Paly 14:58 11/14/69 Ellsworth SC 14:58 9 11/21/69 Howard, Glenn Lyn 14:58 9 11/26/69 Demartini Ara 14:59 10/16/69 Leanides Wood 14:59 10/16/69 Haley SF 14:59 10 10/23/69 Jackson LA 14:59 9 10/30/69 Renger Wood 14:59 10 10/30/69 Scarpale SM 14:59 10/30/69 Garcia SC 14:59 9 11/21/69 Wilson, Bob Hills 14:59 10 11/26/69 Henriquez Milp 14:59 9 11/26/69 Cunningham Soq 15:00 10/23/69 Logan, Matt Wilbur 15:00 9 10/30/69 McClain Pet 15:00 9 10/30/69 Guruyio Over 15:00 10/30/69 May Cre 15:00 10/30/69 Nakamura SM 15:00 10/30/69 Pursley Mitty 15:00 10/30/69 McMahon MV 15:00 9 11/21/69 Green Pet 15:00 10 11/21/69 Bay, Al Ter 15:00 9 11/26/69 Bebsley Leigh 15:00 9 11/26/69 Guterres, Lional TN 15:01 10 1969 Sirila Buc 15:01 9 10/16/69 Scarola, Dan Wil 15:01 10 10/16/69 Winslow, Larry Lyn 15:01 11 10/16/69 Rosing Seq 15:01 9 10/23/69 Kelley Paly 15:01 11 10/23/69 Worthington, Rich Ter 15:01 9 10/23/69 Hochtritt SC 15:01 10/23/69 Hendrick Bell 15:01 10 10/30/69 Yates SI 15:01 10/30/69 Zneimer Carl 15:01 10 11/14/69 Whippy Paly 15:01 11/14/69 Rodrigues Pet 15:01 10 11/21/69 Miller MA 15:02 10/16/69 Cunningham Wood 15:02 10 10/23/69 Levinthal Wood 15:02 10 10/23/69 Whithead, Ken SCarlos 15:02 10/23/69 Trapp, Bob SI 15:02 9 10/30/69 Barrata Mitty 15:02 10 10/30/69 Garbarino SCarlos 15:02 10 10/30/69 Huntley SF 15:02 10 10/30/69 Wilson, Bob Hills 15:02 10 10/30/69 Connelly, Steve Ter 15:02 9 11/14/69 Prentice, Lex Gunn 15:02 10 11/14/69 Anderson, Jeff SCarlos 15:02 11/14/69 Tanaka Cub 15:02 11/14/69 Wong, Harry MA 15:02 11 11/21/69 Kinsay Leigh 15:02 9 11/26/69 Elloiolt Ara 15:03 10/16/69 Elsen, Matt Gunn 15:03 10 10/30/69 Worthington, Rich Ter 15:03 9 10/30/69 Cunningham Seq 15:03 11/14/69 Corlisa, Mike Lyn 15:03 10 11/21/69 Anderson, Jeff SCarlos 15:03 11/21/69 Windhall, Bill Hills 15:04 10 1969 Coli, Dave SF 15:04 12 1969 Murphy Seq 15:04 9 10/23/69 Saltenberger Cre 15:04 10 10/23/69 Huppert, Steve Cap 15:04 11 10/23/69 May Cre 15:04 10/23/69 Brako Wstmr 15:04 9 10/30/69 Fillpot, Randy SCarlos 15:04 9 10/30/69 Hong, Whyman Hills 15:04 9 10/30/69 Winterhalter, Don TN 15:04 11 10/30/69 Ruiz Lick 15:04 10/30/69 15:05 9 1969 Wolf Jor 15:05 9 10/16/69 Haas Cre 15:05 9 10/23/69 Herrrero Rio 15:05 10 10/23/69 Thompson Awlt 15:05 10 10/23/69 Rach, Tom Serra 15:05 12 10/23/69 Wise Awlt 15:05 10/23/69 Rountree MA 15:05 9 11/14/69 Carrillo, Mitch Cup 15:05 11/21/69 Getar, Mike TN 15:06 11 1969 Zneimer Carl 15:06 10 10/16/69 Bell WG 15:06 10/16/69 Butori Cre 15:06 9 10/23/69 Foissotte, Barry SCarlos 15:06 10 10/23/69 Pierce Cre 15:06 10 10/23/69 Wong Cub 15:06 12 10/23/69 Lo, Tom Rio 15:06 9 10/30/69 Cook, Bob TN 15:06 10 10/30/69 Rodrigues Pet 15:06 10 10/30/69 Johnson Carl 15:06 9 11/14/69 Williamson Jor 15:06 9 11/14/69 Morrison SCarlos 15:06 10 11/21/69 Richmond, Kim Carl 15:06 12 11/21/69 Austin, Jim LA 15:06 11/21/69 Katapodis, Jim Wstmr 15:07 9 1969 Anderson, Jeff SCarlos 15:07 10/16/69 Dursely Mitty 15:07 10/16/69 Sweet MA 15:07 10/16/69 Browne SC 15:07 9 10/23/69 Wright Home 15:07 9 10/23/69 Grey SF 15:07 10 10/23/69 Hewlett SC 15:07 10 10/23/69 Richmond, Kim Carl 15:07 12 10/23/69 Bedted SI 15:07 9 10/30/69 Donoghue Cre 15:07 10 10/30/69 Burnes St F/I? 15:07 10/30/69 Wetzstein SSF 15:07 10/30/69 Wilson Camp 15:07 10/30/69 Miller MA 15:07 11/14/69 Hyone Fre 15:07 11 11/21/69 Park Milp 15:07 9 11/26/69 Wandro, Jack Serra 15:08 10 1969 Huppert, Steve Cap 15:08 11 1969 Levinthal Wood 15:08 10 10/16/69 Richmond, Kim Carl 15:08 12 10/16/69 Riddle Home 15:08 10 10/23/69 Wandro, Jack Serra 15:08 10 10/30/69 Bruncuor SI 15:09 9 10/30/69 Lizardo Sun 15:09 9 11/21/69 Castell, Rex SM 15:09 11 11/26/69 Eyre Milp 15:09 9 11/26/69 Ruiz, Dennis Hills 15:09 9 11/26/69 Griffin, Mike SI 15:10 1969 Doll Bell 15:10 10 10/16/69 Katy Wood 15:10 9 10/23/69 Gusman, Jeff Ter 15:10 9 10/23/69 Funai Home 15:10 10/23/69 Olozor Wstmr 15:10 10/30/69 Swift MA 15:10 10 11/14/69 Whithead, Ken SCarlos 15:10 11/14/69 Pino SC 15:10 9 11/21/69 Porter Awlt 15:10 10 11/21/69 Ruiz, Dennis Hills 15:11 9 1969 Foissotte, Barry SCarlos 15:11 10 10/16/69 St Clair Buc 15:11 10/16/69 Ellsworth SC 15:11 9 10/23/69 Pino SC 15:11 9 10/23/69 O'Neill Bell 15:11 10 10/23/69 Vargas SC 15:11 10/23/69 Lagenci Camp 15:11 10 10/30/69 Orrande Carl 15:11 9 11/14/69 Herr Paly 15:11 11/14/69 Fitzpatrick, Brian LA 15:11 11/21/69 Arruiza Wats 15:11 10 11/26/69 Gout Burl 15:12 9 10/23/69 Howell Jor 15:12 9 10/23/69 Mcechern SC 15:12 9 10/23/69 Proctor Wood 15:12 9 10/23/69 Rhoads SCarlos 15:12 9 10/23/69 Slyter SCarlos 15:12 9 10/30/69 Arata Pet 15:12 10 10/30/69 Miraglia Seq 15:12 10 10/30/69 Saltenberger Cre 15:12 10 10/30/69 Larsen Wstmr 15:12 10/30/69 Thompson SSF 15:12 10/30/69 Gusman, Jeff Ter 15:12 9 11/14/69 Zneimer Carl 15:12 10 11/21/69 Nelson WG 15:13 10 10/16/69 Perry Bell 15:13 10 10/30/69 Schoenfeld Cub 15:13 10/30/69 Garbarino SCarlos 15:13 10 11/14/69 Davis SCarlos 15:14 9 10/16/69 Williamson Jor 15:14 9 10/16/69 Fredson Cap 15:14 10 10/23/69 Rhoads SCarlos 15:14 9 10/30/69 Reardon, Ed TN 15:14 11 10/30/69 Gahagen, Scott Hills 15:14 9 11/26/69 Gun Buc 15:15 9 10/16/69 Rosing Seq 15:15 9 10/30/69 Anderson, Jeff SCarlos 15:15 10/30/69 Schuyler SCarlos 15:15 9 11/14/69 Wong Cub 15:15 12 11/14/69 Browne SC 15:15 9 11/21/69 Cordero Wstmnt 15:15 10 11/26/69 15:16 9 1969 Howell Jor 15:16 9 10/16/69 Cashman Buc 15:16 10/16/69 Whithead, Ken SCarlos 15:16 10/16/69 Garcia SC 15:16 9 10/23/69 Adams Bell 15:16 10 10/23/69 Love, John SM 15:16 9 10/30/69 O'Halloran, Mike SF 15:16 9 10/30/69 Abrams Hills 15:16 10/30/69 Goldfarb LA 15:16 10/30/69 Feise Paly 15:16 11/14/69 Bowler, Mike SI 15:17 1969 Dempster Carl 15:17 10 10/16/69 Rock Serra 15:17 10/16/69 Grubb Awlt 15:17 10 10/23/69 Krassousky Burl 15:17 10 10/23/69 Garicia Wood 15:17 9 10/30/69 O'Lean SI 15:17 9 10/30/69 Johnson Carl 15:17 9 11/21/69 Sanchez Mitty 15:18 10 10/16/69 Proctor Wood 15:18 9 10/16/69 Rode Buc 15:18 10/16/69 Canales Cre 15:18 9 10/23/69 Jas, Charlie Serra 15:18 10/23/69 Britts, Larry MA 15:18 10 10/30/69 Slyter SCarlos 15:18 9 11/21/69 McCarthy, Bill Lyn 15:19 9 10/16/69 Harrah SCarlos 15:19 10 10/16/69 Oakhardt SC 15:19 10/16/69 Clark Soq 15:19 10/23/69 Edmonds Pet 15:19 9 10/30/69 Haley SF 15:19 10/30/69 Lewis MP 15:19 10/30/69 Proctor Wood 15:19 9 11/14/69 DiRocco LA 15:19 9 11/21/69 Prentice, Lex Gunn 15:19 10 11/26/69 Tantilla Bran 15:19 9 11/26/69 Browns Ara 15:20 9 10/16/69 Haley SF 15:20 10/16/69 O'Halloran, Mike SF 15:20 9 10/23/69 Byrne Rio 15:20 10 10/23/69 Testa Cre 15:20 10/23/69 Robinson SI 15:20 9 10/30/69 Rusch LA 15:20 9 10/30/69 Windhall, Bill Hills 15:20 10 10/30/69 Worthington, Rich Ter 15:20 9 11/14/69 Olson Home 15:20 12 11/21/69 Mllis Bran 15:20 9 11/26/69 Antonelli Soq 15:21 10/23/69 William Jor 15:21 9 10/30/69 Pierce Cre 15:21 10 10/30/69 Eckhardt, Tom SCarlos 15:21 11 11/21/69 Johnson Carl 15:22 9 10/16/69 Poll Bell 15:22 10 10/30/69 Arnold Hills 15:22 10/30/69 Austin, Jim LA 15:22 10/30/69 Blomseth, Richard Lyn 15:22 9 11/21/69 Louth Ara 15:23 10/16/69 Ichikawa SC 15:23 10 10/23/69 Branson Camp 15:23 9 10/30/69 Roney Pet 15:23 9 10/30/69 Connelly, Steve Ter 15:23 9 10/30/69 Ewald Sun 15:23 9 11/21/69 Barr, Mike Rio 15:24 10 1969 Helmke MA 15:24 10 10/16/69 Connelly, Steve Ter 15:24 9 10/23/69 Hass Cre 15:24 9 10/30/69 Swift MA 15:24 10 10/30/69 Franklin, Al Carl 15:24 12 11/14/69 Johnson SCarlos 15:25 9 10/23/69 Byrne Bell 15:25 10 10/23/69 McCain Bell 15:25 10 10/23/69 Hanford, Ken Wil 15:25 10 11/21/69 Bales, Tom Seq 15:25 12 11/21/69 Break, Dale Wstmr 15:26 9 1969 Euart, Brett SI 15:26 11 1969 Kozlow Buc 15:26 9 10/16/69 Kellogg, Fred Gunn 15:26 10 10/16/69 Jaroek MA 15:26 10/16/69 Leal Seq 15:26 9 10/23/69 Draper SCarlos 15:26 9 10/30/69 Mercer SF 15:26 10/30/69 Whithead, Ken SCarlos 15:26 10/30/69 Lambert MA 15:26 9 11/14/69 Hunter Carl 15:27 10 10/16/69 Bushman Bell 15:27 10 10/23/69 Levinthal Wood 15:27 10 10/30/69 Shibata MA 15:27 9 11/14/69 Ootey Fre 15:27 11 11/21/69 Rhodes Wats 15:27 9 11/26/69 Schoenfeld Cub 15:28 10/23/69 Katapodis, Jim Wstmr 15:28 9 10/30/69 Haley SF 15:28 10 10/30/69 Peters, Michael Lyn 15:28 9 11/21/69 Calloway, Jim Wstmr 15:29 9 1969 Contreras, Jesse Rio 15:29 9 10/30/69 Ruiz, Dennis Hills 15:29 9 10/30/69 Shibata MA 15:29 10 10/30/69 Blomseth, Richard Lyn 15:29 9 11/26/69 McCain Bell 15:30 10 10/16/69 Scott Bell 15:30 10/16/69 White Serra 15:30 10/16/69 Weavers Cre 15:30 9 10/23/69 Cox SC 15:30 10 10/23/69 Munoz Soq 15:30 10 10/23/69 Condon LA 15:30 9 10/30/69 Zneimer Carl 15:30 10 10/30/69 Shibata MA 15:30 9 11/21/69 Oversteet Pet 15:30 10 11/21/69 Lee, John SM 15:30 9 11/26/69 Schuyler SCarlos 15:31 9 10/23/69 Tamblyn Jor 15:31 9 10/23/69 Simpson Camp 15:31 10 10/30/69 McAfee Camp 15:31 10/30/69 Helmke MA 15:31 10 11/14/69 Mellen, Charles Wil 15:31 10 11/21/69 Sorenson, Scott Lyn 15:31 10 11/26/69 Barriga, Rodolfo Rio 15:32 9 1969 Van Sickle, Ron TN 15:32 10 1969 Draper SCarlos 15:32 9 10/16/69 Wandro, Jack Serra 15:32 10 10/16/69 Barvos Burl 15:32 10/23/69 Block Pet 15:32 10 10/30/69 John SSF 15:32 10/30/69 Wardian Pet 15:32 10/30/69 Johnson SCarlos 15:32 9 11/14/69 Katy Wood 15:32 9 11/14/69 Haney Milp 15:32 9 11/26/69 Whippy Paly 15:33 10/23/69 Sanchez Mitty 15:33 10 10/30/69 Kistlor MP 15:33 10/30/69 Rodriguez Seq 15:33 9 11/14/69 Schuyler SCarlos 15:33 9 11/21/69 Alff SCarlos 15:34 9 10/16/69 Huntley SF 15:34 10 10/16/69 Austin Paly 15:34 10/23/69 Sadley SI 15:34 9 10/30/69 Green Pet 15:34 10 10/30/69 Hausler MA 15:35 9 10/16/69 Lopez Cap 15:35 10/23/69 Katy Wood 15:35 9 10/30/69 Werro Bell 15:35 10 10/30/69 Herr Paly 15:35 10/30/69 Jas, Charlie Serra 15:35 10/30/69 Winhall Hills 15:35 10 11/26/69 Solin KC 15:35 9 11/26/69 Aravso Bell 15:36 10 10/16/69 Bloom Paly 15:36 10/16/69 Bradley, Don Bell 15:36 9 10/23/69 Sutton Soq 15:36 9 10/23/69 Foley Ara 15:37 9 10/16/69 O'Neill Bell 15:37 9 10/16/69 Pally MA 15:37 9 10/16/69 Katz Wood 15:37 10 10/16/69 Alff SCarlos 15:37 9 10/23/69 Barriga, Rodolfo Rio 15:37 9 10/30/69 Bohn MP 15:37 10/30/69 Castle LA 15:37 9 11/21/69 Adams Bell 15:38 9 10/16/69 Tejarda Cup 15:38 9 10/16/69 DeLaRoche Ara 15:38 10/16/69 Herr Paly 15:38 10/23/69 Newton MP 15:38 9 10/30/69 Wettstein Mitty 15:38 10 10/30/69 Fleisher Wstmr 15:38 10/30/69 Wigney Burl 15:38 10/30/69 Connelly, Steve Ter 15:38 9 11/21/69 Nicholls Bell 15:39 10/16/69 Fassett Cub 15:39 10/23/69 Nicholls Bell 15:39 10/23/69 DiRocco LA 15:39 9 10/30/69 Lambert MA 15:39 9 10/30/69 Hamilton Wstmr 15:39 10 10/30/69 Zebb Fre 15:39 10 11/21/69 Matteson SCarlos 15:39 9 11/26/69 O'Halloran, Mike SF 15:40 9 10/16/69 Hopkins SC 15:40 10/23/69 Baker Cre 15:41 10 10/23/69 White Serra 15:41 10/30/69 Peraino, Joe Rio 15:42 9 1969 Vines SC 15:42 9 10/16/69 Wettstein Mitty 15:42 10 10/16/69 Ilu Home 15:42 9 10/23/69 Condon LA 15:42 9 11/21/69 Aelmki, Rick MA 15:42 10 11/21/69 Cunningham Wood 15:43 10 10/30/69 Cunningham SI 15:43 10/30/69 Hitt LA 15:43 10/30/69 Garcia Wats 15:43 10 11/26/69 Elich WG 15:44 10 10/16/69 Teworski Mitty 15:44 10 10/16/69 Franklin, Al Carl 15:44 12 10/16/69 Stearn Wood 15:44 9 10/30/69 Austin Paly 15:44 10/30/69 McEacheryn SC 15:44 9 11/21/69 Murphy Seq 15:45 10 10/16/69 Jacobsen SF 15:45 10 10/23/69 Billars Bran 15:45 9 11/26/69 Martinez Jor 15:46 9 10/16/69 Gonzales SC 15:46 9 10/23/69 Harrerd Mitty 15:46 10 10/30/69 Morrison SCarlos 15:46 10 11/14/69 Gold, Steve Wil 15:47 10 10/16/69 Reil, Jim SF 15:47 9 10/23/69 Adams Bell 15:47 10 10/30/69 Middel, Art MA 15:47 11 10/30/69 Dally MA 15:47 9 11/14/69 Quinn, Craig Gunn 15:47 10 11/14/69 Arata Pet 15:47 10 11/21/69 Curregha Seq 15:48 10/16/69 Wright Home 15:48 9 11/21/69 Wats 15:48 11/26/69 Hanford, Ken Wil 15:49 10 10/16/69 Sandgren WG 15:49 10 10/16/69 Davis SCarlos 15:49 9 10/30/69 Price MP 15:49 10/30/69 Herr Paly 15:50 10/16/69 Ciremele Home 15:50 9 10/23/69 Cribari Bell 15:50 9 10/23/69 Morrow Buc 15:51 9 10/16/69 LeBal Seq 15:51 9 10/30/69 Hess SM 15:51 10 10/30/69 Marshall Hills 15:51 10 10/30/69 Urnas SCarlos 15:51 9 11/14/69 Cribari Bell 15:52 9 10/16/69 Craig SF 15:52 10/16/69 Chognard, Jim SF 15:52 9 10/23/69 Parsons Bell 15:52 10/23/69 Johnson Carl 15:52 9 10/30/69 Fassett Cub 15:52 10/30/69 Soliz, Angle Wil 15:52 11 11/21/69 Howell Jor 15:53 9 10/30/69 Muller MA 15:53 9 10/30/69 Griffin, Mike SI 15:53 10/30/69 Levinthal Wood 15:54 10 11/14/69 Reil, Jim SF 15:55 9 1969 Tamblyn Jor 15:55 9 10/16/69 Castle LA 15:55 9 10/30/69 McCasland Gunn 15:55 10/30/69 Burdick SC 15:55 9 11/21/69 Chalmers A 15:55 10 11/26/69 Cerrard Home 15:56 9 10/23/69 Bradley, Don Bell 15:57 9 1969 Hoffer Cap 15:57 10 10/23/69 Czerwinsky TN 15:57 9 10/30/69 Coverdale Cre 15:58 10/23/69 Wong Cub 15:58 12 10/30/69 Hanson Pet 15:58 10/30/69 Kneeuch Buc 15:59 10/16/69 Wilson Cre 15:59 10 10/30/69 Jaroek MA 15:59 11/14/69 Moehrs Cub 15:59 11/14/69 Draper SCarlos 15:59 9 11/21/69 Day, Terry Serra 16:00 10 1969 Lambert MA 16:00 9 10/16/69 Studemeister Burl 16:00 9 10/23/69 Meier, David Ter 16:00 9 10/23/69 Pessanisi Hills 16:00 10 10/30/69 Waite SSF 16:00 10/30/69 Ratcliffe Ara 16:01 9 10/16/69 Ayer Cap 16:01 10 10/23/69 Sluiter Soq 16:01 10 10/23/69 Kelly, John Serra 16:02 10/23/69 Harrah SCarlos 16:02 10 11/21/69 Watson Buc 16:03 10/16/69 Childo Seq 16:03 10 10/23/69 Creen Burl 16:03 10 10/23/69 Paul, Tom Gunn 16:03 11 10/23/69 Ortiz MP 16:03 9 10/30/69 Marck, Brett Lyn 16:03 9 11/21/69 Cribari Bell 16:04 9 10/30/69 Lempe Wstmr 16:04 10 10/30/69 Nicholls Bell 16:04 10/30/69 Welsh Cub 16:04 10/30/69 Kelly, John Serra 16:05 1969 Miller Cre 16:05 10 10/30/69 Richards SC 16:06 9 10/16/69 Eathel Bell 16:06 10 10/16/69 Orliam MV 16:06 10 10/16/69 Jacobsen SF 16:06 10 10/30/69 Peterson, Eric Cup 16:06 11/21/69 Bradley, Don Bell 16:07 9 10/16/69 Mellen, Charles Wil 16:07 10 10/16/69 Woodworth Seq 16:07 9 10/23/69 Neukely MP 16:07 9 10/30/69 Gates TN 16:07 10/30/69 Lambert MA 16:07 9 11/21/69 Pattee Wood 16:08 9 10/23/69 Day, Terry Serra 16:09 10 10/23/69 Reil, Jim SF 16:09 9 10/30/69 Handa Sun 16:09 10 11/21/69 Schuyler SCarlos 16:10 9 10/16/69 Klockenam Camp 16:10 10 10/30/69 Terlvin Jor 16:10 9 11/14/69 Dally MA 16:11 9 10/30/69 Blank Jor 16:12 9 10/16/69 Schweitzer Cap 16:12 9 10/23/69 Barney Carl 16:12 10 11/14/69 Saler SI 16:13 9 10/30/69 Avila Lick 16:13 10/30/69 Parsons Bell 16:13 10/30/69 O'Callahan Serra 16:14 10/23/69 Broadhert MP 16:14 9 10/30/69 Wats 16:14 11/26/69 Matsumo Soq 16:15 10/23/69 Sorensen Burl 16:15 10/30/69 Stein SI 16:15 10/30/69 Dandauer, Jeff HMB 16:16 9 1969 Hawn SF 16:16 9 10/30/69 Carpenter MV 16:16 9 11/21/69 Mayaushay SM 16:17 10 10/30/69 Waldorf SC 16:18 9 11/21/69 Amaro Lick 16:19 10/30/69 Rountree MA 16:19 9 11/21/69 Quinn, Craig Gunn 16:19 10 11/21/69 Street MV 16:20 10 10/16/69 Soliz, Angle Wil 16:20 11 10/16/69 Whippy Paly 16:20 10/16/69 Wiltor Burl 16:20 9 10/23/69 Franklin, Al Carl 16:20 12 10/30/69 Dally MA 16:20 9 11/21/69 Orlando SC 16:21 10/23/69 Tamblyn Jor 16:21 9 10/30/69 Lewis Camp 16:21 10 10/30/69 Leworski Mitty 16:21 10 10/30/69 Kelty Serra 16:22 10/16/69 Welsh Cub 16:22 10/23/69 Pattee Wood 16:23 9 10/16/69 Wisenhaker Buc 16:23 10/16/69 Waldorf SC 16:23 9 10/23/69 Murphy Seq 16:23 9 10/30/69 Pattee Wood 16:23 9 10/30/69 Peraino, Joe Rio 16:23 9 10/30/69 Van Sickle, Ron TN 16:23 10 10/30/69 Treval Buc 16:24 9 10/16/69 Weavers Cre 16:24 9 10/30/69 O'Neill Camp 16:24 10 10/30/69 Backer Jor 16:25 9 10/16/69 Beyadley Bell 16:25 10 10/30/69 Stanton SM 16:25 10 10/30/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 16:25 9 11/14/69 Miller Cup 16:26 9 10/16/69 Reil, Jim SF 16:26 9 10/16/69 Cayafas SCarlos 16:26 9 10/23/69 Grant, Bob Serra 16:26 10/23/69 Espinoya SSF 16:27 10 10/30/69 Fassett Cub 16:27 11/14/69 Russo MV 16:28 10 10/16/69 Rheteld Wstmr 16:28 10 10/30/69 Fluelskaup SF 16:29 9 10/23/69 Black SM 16:29 9 10/30/69 Proctor Wood 16:29 9 10/30/69 Lee, John SM 16:30 9 10/30/69 Foissotte, Barry SCarlos 16:30 10 10/30/69 Blank Jor 16:31 9 10/23/69 Whippy Paly 16:31 10/30/69 Feder Ara 16:32 9 10/16/69 Reynolds Jor 16:32 9 10/23/69 Healy Serra 16:34 10 10/30/69 Holdstatler SI 16:35 10/30/69 McGibbon Cup 16:35 9 11/21/69 King, Jerry Rio 16:37 9 1969 Johnson SCarlos 16:37 9 10/16/69 Quinn, Craig Gunn 16:37 10 10/23/69 Bradley Bell 16:37 10 10/30/69 Backer, Richard Lyn 16:37 9 11/21/69 Anderson Ara 16:38 10/16/69 Healy Serra 16:38 10 10/23/69 Chamorro, Edgar Rio 16:39 9 1969 Autrand, Ron TN 16:39 9 1969 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 16:39 9 10/16/69 Hume Camp 16:39 9 10/30/69 Williamson SC 16:40 9 10/23/69 Blank Jor 16:40 9 10/30/69 Verdone Serra 16:40 10 10/30/69 Quinn, Craig Gunn 16:40 10 11/26/69 Ahern, Bill Serra 16:41 1969 Rotherman Carl 16:41 9 11/21/69 Smith Jor 16:42 9 10/30/69 Doll Bell 16:43 9 10/16/69 Vargas SC 16:43 9 10/23/69 King, Jerry Rio 16:43 9 10/30/69 Whithead, Ken SCarlos 16:43 11/21/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 16:44 9 10/23/69 Phillips Cap 16:44 9 10/23/69 Leavitt Jor 16:44 9 10/30/69 Harrah SCarlos 16:44 10 11/14/69 Scarola, Dan Wil 16:44 10 11/21/69 Coli Sun 16:45 10 11/21/69 Gold, Steve Wil 16:45 10 11/21/69 Brockkert Buc 16:46 9 10/16/69 Chayad SF 16:46 9 10/16/69 McKinney MV 16:46 10 10/16/69 Paul, Tom Gunn 16:46 11 10/30/69 Fisher Jor 16:47 9 10/23/69 Ahern, Bill Serra 16:48 10/16/69 Fredrico Wood 16:48 9 10/30/69 Leavitt Jor 16:49 9 10/16/69 Verdone Serra 16:49 10 10/23/69 Lewis Fre 16:49 11 11/21/69 Riley, Bill Serra 16:50 10 1969 Butcri Cre 16:51 9 10/23/69 Kimball Hills 16:51 9 10/30/69 Schuyler SCarlos 16:51 9 10/30/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 16:51 9 11/21/69 Kasly Serra 16:52 10 10/16/69 Bell Bell 16:52 9 10/23/69 Folguth TN 16:53 9 10/30/69 Nielsen Jor 16:53 9 10/30/69 Carter Over 16:53 10/30/69 Nitt, Bill LA 16:53 11 11/21/69 Kuelskrup SF 16:54 9 10/16/69 Canales Cre 16:54 9 10/30/69 McDowell MP 16:54 9 10/30/69 McGonigal MV 16:54 9 11/21/69 Grant, Bob Serra 16:55 10/16/69 Riley, Bill Serra 16:55 10 10/23/69 Knodsin Burl 16:55 10/23/69 Courtney, Kal Wstmr 16:55 10 10/30/69 Derdoni, Glen Serra 16:56 10 1969 Grant, Bob Serra 16:56 1969 Montoya Serra 16:56 9 10/23/69 Ciahio MA 16:57 9 10/16/69 Reynolds Jor 16:57 9 10/16/69 Pay Serra 16:57 10 10/16/69 Bloomstine Cup 16:57 9 11/21/69 Way Buc 16:58 9 10/16/69 Elsenberg Ara 16:58 10 10/16/69 Royce, Bill SF 17:00 9 1969 O'Callahan Serra 17:00 10/16/69 Tokushige SI 17:00 9 10/30/69 Cunningham Wood 17:03 10 11/14/69 Parker MV 17:03 9 11/21/69 Moehrs Cub 17:04 10/30/69 Montoya Serra 17:05 10 10/30/69 Chognard, Jim SF 17:06 9 1969 Huera Mitty 17:06 10 10/16/69 Putil Cap 17:06 10 10/23/69 Kanz Jor 17:06 9 10/30/69 Gherini Bell 17:07 9 10/16/69 Palacios Lick 17:07 10/30/69 Bowler, Mike SI 17:08 10/30/69 Cayafas SCarlos 17:09 9 10/16/69 Huelskamp SF 17:09 9 10/30/69 Welsh Cub 17:09 11/14/69 Lape Ara 17:10 10/16/69 Bicocca Camp 17:10 10/30/69 Ward Buc 17:11 10/16/69 Devera SSF 17:12 10/30/69 Johnson SCarlos 17:12 9 11/21/69 Lombardi Jor 17:13 9 10/16/69 Chisholm SC 17:13 9 10/23/69 Giuna Camp 17:14 10 10/30/69 Butori Cre 17:15 9 10/30/69 Gherini Bell 17:16 9 10/23/69 Harper Awlt 17:16 10 10/23/69 Yanare Ara 17:18 10/16/69 Montoya Seq 17:19 9 10/16/69 Doll Bell 17:20 9 10/30/69 Bowden, Robert Gunn 17:21 11 10/30/69 Chamorro, Edgar Rio 17:22 9 10/30/69 Meier, David Ter 17:22 9 10/30/69 Bradley Bell 17:23 10 10/16/69 Ahern Bell 17:24 10/23/69 Gillen Soq 17:25 10/23/69 Regello Ara 17:27 9 10/16/69 Loftus Jor 17:27 9 10/23/69 Baiss SI 17:28 9 10/30/69 Loftus Jor 17:28 9 11/14/69 Nolan Jor 17:30 9 10/16/69 Reznick SCarlos 17:30 10/30/69 Thieveige Ara 17:32 10/16/69 Goodwin, Mike Rio 17:33 9 1969 Bradley TN 17:33 9 10/30/69 St Clair Buc 17:35 10/23/69 Gherini Bell 17:35 9 10/30/69 Lombardi Serra 17:36 9 10/23/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 17:37 11 10/23/69 Riley, Bill Serra 17:37 10 10/30/69 Wuslich Ara 17:38 10/16/69 Laweana MA 17:39 9 10/16/69 Watson Buc 17:41 9 10/16/69 Perry SI 17:42 10/30/69 Paul, Tom Gunn 17:43 11 10/16/69 Grebmeier Jor 17:43 9 10/23/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 17:43 11 10/30/69 Paton SM 17:45 9 10/30/69 Chadwell, Bill Gunn 17:46 11 10/16/69 Leong Jor 17:46 9 11/14/69 Doherty Bell 17:47 9 10/16/69 Canino Cap 17:49 10 10/23/69 Haslacher Jor 17:50 9 10/30/69 Quinn, Craig Gunn 17:50 10 10/30/69 O'Callahan Serra 17:51 10/30/69 Vital TN 17:52 9 10/30/69 Pattee Wood 17:52 9 11/14/69 O'Donnell Cap 17:53 10 10/23/69 McGarth MtVw 17:55 9 10/16/69 Escobar SI 18:00 9 10/30/69 Calloway, Jim Wstmr 18:01 9 10/30/69 Marten Ara 18:03 10/16/69 Leong Jor 18:05 9 10/16/69 Roberts Camp 18:06 10 10/30/69 Franklin, Al Carl 18:09 12 11/21/69 Foissotte, Barry SCarlos 18:11 10 11/21/69 Gaksinis Serra 18:12 10 10/30/69 Loftus Jor 18:19 9 10/30/69 Doherty Bell 18:20 9 10/30/69 Watt Wood 18:23 9 11/14/69 Carpenter MV 18:25 9 10/16/69 Fitzgerald SI 18:25 10/30/69 Fondacabe, Perry Carl 18:26 9 10/30/69 Woodward Jor 18:29 9 10/16/69 Jaricich Serra 18:35 10/23/69 Thorne MP 18:36 9 10/30/69 Campbell Camp 18:41 9 10/30/69 Goodwin, Mike Rio 18:47 9 10/30/69 Roberts Ara 18:49 10/16/69 Woodward Jor 18:50 9 10/30/69 Ogilvie Bell 19:06 9 10/30/69 Parker MV 19:13 9 10/16/69 Riley, Bill Serra 19:34 10 10/16/69 Ward Buc 19:44 9 10/16/69 Imamoto Ara 19:50 9 10/16/69 Bushman Bell 20:25 10 10/16/69 Zupan Jor 20:28 9 10/16/69 Bowan MV NT 10 10/16/69 Jurisch Serra NT 10/16/69 Matteir MV NT 10 10/16/69 Verdone Serra NT 10 10/16/69 Anderson Soq NT 9 10/23/69 Crabtree Soq NT 9 10/23/69 Doherty Bell NT 9 10/23/69 Fernandez Cap NT 9 10/23/69 Hawn SF NT 9 10/23/69 Imperato SC NT 9 10/23/69 Jenrick Home NT 9 10/23/69 Leong Jor NT 9 10/23/69 Nolan Serra NT 9 10/23/69 Ogilvie Bell NT 9 10/23/69 Watt Wood NT 9 10/23/69 Woodward Jor NT 9 10/23/69 Creshew SI NT 9 10/30/69 Davis Seq NT 9 10/30/69 Fisher Jor NT 9 10/30/69 Leong Jor NT 9 10/30/69 Lombardi Serra NT 10 10/30/69 Urnas SCarlos NT 9 10/30/69 Watt Wood NT 9 10/30/69 Davis Seq NT 9 11/14/69 Foissotte, Barry SCarlos NT 10 11/14/69 Gold, Steve Wil NT 10 11/21/69 Rhoads SCarlos NT 9 11/26/69

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Appendix R

High School Records



Mitch Kingery


BOYS

BOYS - Teams



Ellon Lyons

GIRLS

GIRLS - Teams

Appendix S

Junior/Community College Records


JC MEN


Renee Wyckoff

JC WOMEN

JC Teams

Appendix T

Open/Club/Collegiate Records


OPEN MEN

OPEN WOMEN

Appendix U

2nd Generation Records


2nd Generation Records

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