Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 12, 1969 · Page 16
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 16

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1969
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U-W«dn«da]r, Fab. 12, 1M9 MaiA 0&»r Faek LOCAL SWBIMERS HONORED — These members of the Redlands Swim Club and their coach, Bill Shawver, were honored last ni^l at the Southern Pacific AssodatJon of the AAU, awards dinner for having placed among the top five swimmers in the nation. Pictured are front row (l-r) Cary Backhaus, Larry Dick, Cheryl Webster and Robin Backhaus. Rear row (l-r) Coach Bill Shawver, Fred Ott, Bill Shawver Jr., Bruce Kocsis and Marc Miles. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) iesi^S^ Bghf Redlands swimmers honored as hp in nation ROSS, CalH. (VPl)-ne man: «to designed the Chicago Cubs' baseball uniforms died Sunday after a long illness at the age of 74. Otis Shepard. former art director for the William Wrigley Co., was also a member of the board of directors of the Wrigley -owTied Cubs. A resident of Belvedere, he also had a home in Chicago. Surviving are his widow and t«io sons. Eight members of the Bed-; lands S»-im Club were honored | by the Southern Pacific Associ-' a (ion of the Amateur Athletic' Union for ha\ing placed among' the top five swimmers in the na-, tion in either the Age Group program or the Jumor CMympicI program. The Awards banquet was held at Los Coyotes Country Club in Bueca Park last night E\-ent5 in which these swimmers qualified were as follows. Bruce Kocsis was listed nine limes in the boys 15-17; Bill Shaw\er 10 times in boys 13-14; Cheryl Webster, twice in girls 15-17. including a national mark; Larry Dick, three times in boys 11-12; Robin Backhaus, three times in the 11-12 1 HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BUY A 1969 FORD LTD? AT INUND MOTORS... ONLY ^NN * tow price top fMs ton^c %vlw9fti moM includt* all traniportatien. Nylon csrpcty courtny li^ittf kcyWss lockinfr elKlrie cbek, pwiM dash «nd visors, VI angint, body «tripa« and chremo trim, doMi and vinyl soats, took trim. 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No. H33867. $895 Flectside bed, V6. 4 ^lecd transmisaon, A real woik bone. No. P96R2. A FINE SELECTION TO CHOOSE FROM So Habd EspoMl Scfvico Dept.'Opto Hi 9 PJkl. Mos* 9i hi* Wm. UDUNDS 793^11 bo>-s and Gary Backhaus, once in 10 and under girls. The medley relay team of Mark Miles, Fred Ott. Kocsis and Shawver also set a U.S. record. •Hiese Redlands swimmers woo in a fidd of some 50,000 registered swimmers in each boy andl giri age group in the VSA. The swim club is coached by Garj- Troyer and Bill Shawver Sr. They work out at the Redlands high school pools. Those listed in Swimming World along [With their marks follow: I Robin Backhaus, 11-12 boys, 3ixi 100 butterfly. 1:01.9, Mh 50 free, 25.1; 2nd 50 meter free, 28.1. Cary Backhaus. 10 and under girls, 1st SS meter free,! 31.6. Bruce Kocsis, 1st 40 yard freestyle. 17.9; 3rd XOO yfiA backstroke. 58.0: 3rd 1«0 isdivkhial medley. 1:38.5; 1st lOO fret. 51.9; 4th 100 backstroke. 1:00.4; 4(h 200 back, 2:13.3; 3rd 200 medley 2:12.3; 5th 100 bade 57.4. Bni Shawver, 2nd 40 yard freestyle. 18.3; 5th 200 free, 1:55.4; 2nd 100 back, 58.9; 4th 100 butterfly. 58.2, 4th 100 meter back. 1:07.9; 3rd 100 free. 53.6; 3rd 200 back, 2:18.6, 5th 100 free, 51.5; 2nd 100 back, 59.0; 4tb 100 butterfly, 58.0. Cher>1 Webster. 1st 40 yard freistyle. 19.8; 4th SO free. 26.5. i former mark is national record for gills 15-17. Larry Dick. 2nd 40 yard back stroke, 24.1; 5lh 40 buttofly, 22.3; and 3rd 50 back, 30.7. Relays: Bruce Kocsis, Marie MUes. Fred Ott and Bill Shaw- nation^ record of 1:45.4 for boys 15-17 in Jong course medley retay. Sbawver, Hilet, Kocsis and Ott 4th in 200 medley relay short course in 1:44.2. With the exception of Robin and Cary Backhaus wiw attained their ncord timei wliile swimming in the District of Cohimbia AAU with the Starlite Swim Club, all of the other swimmers earned their iHaces whUe swim ming under the sanction of SP.AAAU. Anyone interested in joining the Redlands Swim Club dwuki con tact coadi Shawver or Troyer at the Redlands Ugh sdiool pools, Monday through Fridayi during the workouts from 6-7:30 p.m. The swim group is sponsored by the Redlands Recreation Department The Redlands boosters for swimming will meet tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the RHS boys gym All parents are welcome to attend. Subsfifufe Ken Norton scores KO WOODLAND HILLS, CalH. (UPIV-Unbeaten Ken Norton scored his sixth knockout aod (e \-«nth pro victocy tteeaday nieht by stopping Joey Hemphill of C&ieago at 1:52 o( tbe Ihird round of a st^eduled lO-ronnd heavywei^A fi^A. 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