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1972 Dinner Program (.pdf) - El Paso Athletic Hall Of Fame

16TH ANNVALEL PASOATHLETICHALL OF FAMEAWARDS DINNERTo bonor tbose atbletes, borb men and wome-n,ubo baae in tbeir asbletic feld,s ol endeattorbro ght gt'eat credit tpon tbeuselaes and EIPaso CoanlJ,TVESDAY, ApRtL;|1 197e SHERATON MOTOR tNN


PROqRAMMASTER OF CEREMONIES Mtro Bnulrsrlow,1INVOCATION Buo Lessrrrn ;WELCOMEINTRODUCTION OFSPECIAL GUESTSDrcr Dn BnuvNFneNr< PonrnPRESENTATION OF 1971ATHLETES OF THE YEAR:Jell Wnr,scrrFneo Dr BrnlannrLee TnBvrNoBrr-r, Wooour-lle.nor,o SrupruNsFaaNr ReoM,lNPRESENTATION OFHALL OF FAMEAWARDS:Peur, LopezFnaNr PonrsC. D. J.l*lrs BeN Cor-r-rlls iCrrucr Hucrros JorrN Trrorr,resoN It"


EL PA5O ATHLETICHALL OF FAME AWARDATHLETE'S CATEGORYPAUL LOPEZHe begar hjs carcer jn softball ir 1938 at the age ot 1.t.'fso lrars later his teen,. the Phoenix L.ftuce Kniss, $,on the,{rizona championsh;t, and participated in the -\nareur Soltbalt Associatn,. IASA) \{orld Tournanent in Deroir. Nlichigan. H. rhfelvhis firsr tournamenr noliitter and \as select(:d the most promisingyouns pl2yer of thc toumament.His €rst p.st n',r achjcvement u'as winning thc Nar;onal SoitbdllConsre\s \{orld Toulnment hekl jn Phoeni\ i. 1947.In 19.18, he came 10 El'Paso to bccome thc top hurler for rheDeal Molor Co. ra,n Hc root tl,is tcam 10 t$,o Intonational SoftballCongrcss 1v..ld TolrDaments in Creelq', Colo.ado.He pirched a ?0-inning g.De asain$ Torcnlo, Canad, in the1949 tourney. rdnnrg 1-0. I'h;s \ras to stand up i. the ISC recordboot. r" rr 'onsF. h^,r'1.r..", en o.r.p fo",0)c ."HF:., , , d 'n \\n d I n, ,. winn n. r\vo.Fourtcen ". of these uerc ivith El Paso teams, inch,ding'the 1wo nationalIIe {as ndled 10 the All World Torrnament Team si{ timesand roted the Most Valuable Pitche. four rlxcs-


EL PA5O ATHLETICHALL OT FAME AWARDCOACH'S CATDGORYC. D. JARVISClarence ]ar;s (as ,,orn Nolember 3, 1915 h AusLin. Ii:xes.'Ihe lanil) moved n) O(ler), Texas in 1921 r'her€ C. D. darled sclooland ldnJcd;r lootb.ll. baskdbrll ard t.a.k. Hc di


POSTHVMOVSEL PASO ATHLETICHALL OF FAME AWARDATHLETE'S CATEGORYCHUCK HUGHES, -.!. 1 Hll,..fl..1F,.,.,(-.. r- D.rr.ir Lio. ,died.r ., h,1,1i1"'", ri", "r i;'i: ::r,ll',;'.:".:";:ll:,")""'"-1'."fl:!'."'1'"4 "'n ri ' oJ" " ".i ; t;;,l],";J,: u:l".l .;',;"1,:"l;';:':: i;i:l;.*l i;"; ,ti l';','t.l;:.;"'i;'" ""D;,",':i:: "li.i;.:, 9",.| Li, ftl L\ rl., rri'.,n :'. '.ol,. Cj jr,. . Lo .ti,l . ,.Fdi'.: i I b:;- L ); I i:I ;l fi: -rl,;ir.'T i'.:t 'll ":I


ATHLETES OF THE YEARJAN WELSCHJan Wdsch ir a gradnatc of BuryesHish Sclool md $Lims lo. the El Pas.,\qua l.$e Srvtu Tcarn. 1971 \tas rroubiandins year lof Jan. She becamc$c fr$i TGs sifl ever to blcak 13 rnLn_utes nr Ge 1i00 mctef lrccsiylc and sh.qrililied tor the NarionJl Chamr, "nrhjPin,ix e\e!tr. Shc r(cfi\rd rh. LilllK.iep Av.rd as rhe onttardnrs tenates$imner in rhe sratc ol Terd. and setth.ee nerv re.ords in rhc 200, 500 and1500 meter lreestylc. Her outsland'ns!€rlo.nan.. oualified lcr nrr the Olln,i,i" r.iut' to-U. held iD shc isole oI only three Tetas ^trsust. Icnale NtnnmeB ro qualifr lo. $es. t.ialsIan has Lrccn .tmed to S$nnDitsWdrld's "To| 25 In ihe W.fld"FRED DTBERNARDIFred DeBernardi is a 6-5, 274pound senior at dre Unite.sitr_ ofTeaas at El Paso and his irnmediateaim is to represent the Uniied Statesin t{o Ol}npic elents the shotpui and the discus."De-Bo" as he is known ro histemrnares, has firo$n thc shot 67feet 3 inches and the discus 201 teetFred, a natlve ol Sausus. CaLifornia is undoubtedly one of thc topweight men in the norld todat'. Atrhe SLinlkt Tnvitational nieel in Losi.ngeles in lanuarr, he beat hislons-time idol, Randy Matson, witha thrc$' of 66 feet 9% inches.Fred has been picked in the Profoorball dralt .ven thoush he didnor phy fooitaLl h"t se!son. Hissize, speed and rqilit} (he runs ihe40 yard dash in 4.6 seconds) taghim as an outstandins pro footballas well as Olympic Track prosPeci


ATHLETES OF THE YEARLEE TREVINO19631964196519661967Tre\ino won ex m,jor ioummenh inr9;r, in.Tudjnq ihe u s. British 4ndCmadian Opens durins a moDth,s tnneof non+toD PGA .on;.tiii.n Hc ,lsowon rhe Dan'y Thom;s rvcnDhis ctas,i., T:llahase Open. lost in n;la\on atKemper Open, hii'hed r.o;d rn rhcNational Airlincs and tied f.r third ,ithc oreabf JacLsonville, Housion chanpionsIrte.national and thc AilartaThat ycd he nn;hed secold only r,lhe "Bis Bcal Ja.} Nicklaus in ofrcialPGA ea.nirss ($227,000) bur $& yordthe PGA player oI the Yed. NicLlauspoclctcd $240,000. other hdnors forTrerino included Nlald Athlete ol rlrYcar by the Asociated Prt$. SportsnanoI thc Ye' b' srons Illudrdd mas'-zine. *inne. oi th; 22"d ,""""r Hi.ikPmlesional or tle yea. Internationalsrofis ^thlor Personaliry of thc Yea.by the Birish Broad.asrins A$ociation.Sportinq N.ws Masazine's Man ol thaYea. and Te*as Athleic oI ihc Yca.PAST AWARDSATHLETES OF THE YEAR(BAD NDWS) BARNESJ]MRONNIE KAHNBILI, STEVENSJACKIE GUADAGNOLILDE TREVINODON MAYNARDFRED CARRCHARLIE WEST1968 LEE TRXVINO1969 NCAA CROSS-COUNTRYCHAMPIONSJOHN BURGESSNATE ARCHIBALD1970 KI,RRY PEARCEPAUL GIBSONI'ARN,N LINTONDICK GIBBS, TWC. El Paso High School. U. T. EI Paso. Irvin High SchoolProl€ssional colf Assn.. Ne\v York Jets, ,\ILU. T. El ?asoU. T. El PasoProfesional Golf Assn.. U. T. El PasoNew l,Iexico State Univ..u. T. El Paso.u. T. El PasoU. T. El PffoWIBCU. T. El Paso


EL PASO ATHLETIC HALL OF FAMECOMMITTEEOFFICERSPTrrtdrnt-DrcK DE BRUYN Vice Pres[.dent lw\NK Po(-trrSecretatr-Treatwer GEoRcE KuRlTATicket C hairman-DoN O'NErLMEMBERSBiLL BECKERPAUL BARRYJrM BowDENMrKE BRUMBET-oWANDY CoHENSYD CoEENBen Cor-r-INsSK]P CARsoNDICK DE BRUYNJIM DEGRoATDR. DoN EwalrBUTcH FREEMANGARY GALLopBoB GoLDTARBRAMoN GoMEzGRANTILr-E GREENDoN HASrnrsKENNETIT HENEMANHowaruBoB INGRAMGENE JORDANSAM KoBRENHnNornsor,rGrotcs KunrraBUD LASSITERLttcxv LnvrnnrrDoNIIIAYNARDRoss Moo*rJo}'N T,ICFALLBoa tr{rx.\DoN O'NErLBos NrrzruncJoI'IN PRELANFnexx PonrnTRANK P. REDMANCEARLES R- SMrTrtHenoro SrnpgnxsJoI]N THoMpsoNDALE WATERSBERT WILLIAMSBrLL WooDUL

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