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2012 / 2011 Nomination Packet 2011 / 2012

From

Hamline’s 1962, 1964 & 1965 Tennis Team Members
to the

Hamline Hall of Fame Committee

Initial Submission Date

4-2-2011

See Index Page + pages 1-15 + Appendix A, B & C Prepared by Bruce W. McKinnon ‘64 Editor–James (Jim) M. Miller ’65 Contributors -- Steve Wilkinson (Gustavus), Jim Holden (Northfield) & Bill Young ‘57 Final 2011 Submission Date = 5-16-2011 (mail) 9-01-2012

INDEX / CONTENTS
Pages Description

Nomination Packet (Pages 1-15)
1 2 3-4 5-6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Introduction (basis for nomination) Nominees (listed members of 1962, 1964 and 1965 teams) Nominators / sample nomination letter Benjamin Lewis, Ph.D., Tennis Coach (seasons 58-64) Dr. Lewis’s 6-1-2012 Hamline Hall of Fame Induction Notice From Piper Athletic Association 1962, 1964 and 1965 MIAC conference championship tennis teams Member College’s Timeline for MIAC Involvement MIAC historical records and conference championship protocol MIAC Conference rankings (1961-1965) / Hamline based /“outsider” participants list Acknowledgements / Jim Holden and Steve Wilkinson Dr. Lewis’s Resume / Names & addresses of 10 of 19 nominators, Lewis family and Lowell Weber Names & addresses of 9 more nominators (including Wirtanen / in Memorium), plus list of tennis players from 1962, 1964 and 1965 tennis teams. Official MIAC notification that 1965 records were modified (to show Hamline as the winner) Appendix A (Pages 1-16) |||| Hamline Liner / yearbook tennis pages (1956-1965) Appendix B (Pages 1-9) |||| Supporting Documentation: Proving that the Hamline University tennis team was the legitimate conference champions in 1965. Objective: To replace Macalester with Hamline’s name as was noted on April 2011 MIAC Website. Note: On 5-4-2011, the MIAC completed their review of our documentation and changed their website to reflect Hamline as the 1965 Conference winner. Appendix C (18 pages / Nomination letters)

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Application Introduction
YEAR: 2011 TO: Hamline’s Hall of Fame Committee FROM: Bruce McKinnon / Members of the 1962, 1964 and 1965 Tennis Teams Our Hamline Hall of Fame Nomination Project in Perspective: Dick Stebbins and I were best friends all the way through college. We also played on the same tennis team and were doubles partners for about half of our 4 years at Hamline (60-64). We really admired Dr. Lewis (we called him Doc). Four + years after graduation from Hamline, we tried to find Doc – to reconnect and get his address for our Christmas list, etc. Repeated calls to Hamline as to his whereabouts over the years ended with staff who did not know who we were even talking about. That always really bothered us. As it turns out, after Doc left Hamline, he moved to Denison University, Granville, Ohio for several years, but moved again to take a position as Director of Libraries with his Alma Mater, Ohio Wesleyan in Delaware, OH. Unfortunately, we did not find that out until 47 years later. When Dick and I exchanged casual e-mails in February 2011, Dick once again ended his comments with “I wonder whatever happened to Doc.” Well that did it for me – I was going to get an answer to that question come hell or high water. I was on a mission. Fortunately, along with today's phone systems, we now also have the Internet and Google at our disposal – which were not available back in the 1970’s, 1980’s and early 1990’s. Regardless, trying to find new or 45 year old data was a real task. I had moved from Minnesota at age 31 to never again return to live. So I started my search by first finding and then calling my former tennis teammates – those with whom I spent so much time during the 1961-1964 tennis seasons. I had not talked to 95% of them in almost 47 years, but we sure have talked many times since -- a real treat. After many hours of searching, information obtained during these calls eventually led to Ben’s son Bob – then to Ben. I couldn’t believe Doc was still alive. This took place just weeks before he passed away on April 1, 2011 at age 91. His health was extremely fragile. I was able to talk with him by phone even though he could only make sounds for response. I know that he heard and understood everything I said. Especially … “Thank you Doc for all that you did for us. It made a difference in 19 of our lives.” If nothing more came from this effort, then that would be OK. During this process, I determined Dick and I were not the only ones from our teams who had unsuccessfully tried to locate Doc through Hamline. My search process also re-emphasized the win / loss tennis record for the team I had played on four years. I had really forgotten about those days--I guess we all did. Life happens. Good grief, I was almost 70 years old. But, it became increasingly apparent to us all what Doc had really accomplished as our coach, in spite of the material he had to work with (well some of us anyway). And, we all ended up as pretty good tennis players. So when we finally found him, we decided to nominate Doc for induction into Hamline’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Give the man his due - we all felt good about that -- he earned it. He would not be forgotten. During my hours of searching through historical MIAC conference college records, what I found gave special meaning to Doctor Lewis’s legacy for tennis at Hamline (and for our lives as a by-product). It put our years playing tennis from 1961 through 1964 / 65 into a different perspective. For example, in 90 years (1920-2010), Hamline had only won 2 MIAC conference tennis championships (maybe ONE other in 1923), both during my 4 years at Hamline – and I was down the ladder. In some ways, it was like that fish story where the fish just keeps getting bigger and bigger with every story told or new piece of information found. Except in this case, it really happened. So, our Nominating Group felt that we should also try then to get the 1962 and 1964 teams into the Hamline Hall of Fame as well -- a package deal. Now I did not keep up with Hamline’s tennis team’s after Dick and I graduated from Hamline in 1964. Until I became involved in this project in February 2011, I was unaware that the 1965 tennis team also won the MIAC Conference Championship – with the same players (less 3, plus 3) from the prior year and years back. Wow -- that was 3 championships in 4 years. But I also discovered that the MIAC website showed Macalester as 1965 Conference champions – not Hamline. How could that be? With that, I decided to see if we also could PROVE that the 1965 team earned the MIAC title (as clearly noted in our 1965 Hamline Liner yearbook). And we did with help from others. It was at that point that our group of 18 of 19 living tennis players decided that we would nominate Doc and all 3 teams for induction into Hamline’s Hall of Fame. No other Hamline sports team (except those of the Joe Hutton basketball era) in any other sport had ever put a sustained string of conference victories together like Doc’s tennis TEAMS. So now the Hall of Fame Committee can better understand why we nominated Doctor Lewis with the 3 tennis teams he guided to the MIAC conference titles. It was then and was now a team effort. We look(ed) forward to the Hall of Fame Committee’s decision.

Bruce W. McKinnon (’64)
Representing 19 tennis members of the 3 conference championship teams (including John Wirtanen – deceased ‘66)

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Nomination Packet
Athletic Hall of Fame

2011 2012
2011 Nominee

Benjamin Lewis, Ph.D.
Hamline Tennis Coach 1958 – 1964

2011 2012
2012 Inductee

Presentation by

Bruce W. McKinnon
On behalf of the

1962-1964-1965 Hamline Tennis Teams

MIAC Conference Team Champions 2011 & 2012 Nominees
Teams iin Atthllettiic Teams n A h e c Halll off Fame Ha o Fame as off 2012 as o 2012

1962

1964

1965

“A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning.” ~ Billie Jean King “If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” ~ Henry Ford “Getting’ good players is easy. Getting em to play together is the hard part.” ~ Casey Stengel

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④ 2011 Hall of Fame  2012

Nominations

Hall of Fame

Inducted into

--Nominators-19 Hamline Tennis Players
62 – 64 -- 65 Teams

Hamline’s Athletic Hall of Fame
10-5-2012

❶ Benjamin Lewis, Ph.D. ● 1955-1964 HU Library Director ● 1958-1964 HU Tennis Coach ● 1958-1964 HU Ass’t Swim Coach

❷ 1962 Tennis Team ❸ 1964 Tennis Team ❹ 1965 Tennis Team

Jim Anderson ‘67 Paul Burda ‘68 Larry Day ‘65 *Bob Gustafson ‘65 Tom Hauck ’66 OC Charlie Huss ‘66 *Tom Hutton ‘62 *Roger Lipelt ‘65 Bruce McKinnon ‘64 Jim Miller ‘65 DelRay Peterson ’65 OC George Roscoe ‘62 Scott Scherer ‘65 Dick Schneider ‘67 Ford Spalding ’71 OC Dick Stebbins ‘64 *Dick Strohkirch ‘66 Tom Strohkirch ‘66
In Memorium

1962


1964

John Wirtanen ‘6?
deceased ‘66 (Cancer -- senior year) Key


1965

*Hamline Hall of Fame ’00 OC = other college graduation


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19 HAMLINE Tennis Alumni Representatives of the Classes of 1962, 1964, 1965, 1966 and 1967
:Date: ______________, 2011 Stephanie Harris Sports Information Director (2011) Hamline University Athletic Department, MS- A1795 1536 Hewitt Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota 55104 4 2011 NOMINEES for the Hamline Athletic Hall of Fame (1) Benjamin M. Lewis, Ph.D., Nominee Hamline Library Director, Tennis Coach (1958-1964) and Assistant Swimming Coach (2) Hamline Tennis Team for 1962 Nominee (Conference Champions) (3) Hamline Tennis Team for 1964 Nominee (Conference Champions) (4) Hamline Tennis Team for 1965 Nominee (Conference Champions) Dear Stephanie: In follow up to recent phone conversations (with Bruce McKinnon), we are attaching a INTRODUCTION prepared by the 19 Hamline tennis alumni noted below (Cc) explaining in detail why we wish to nominate (1) Dr. Benjamin Lewis PLUS Hamline’s MIAC Conference Championship Tennis Teams for (2) 1962, (3) 1964 and (4) 1965 to the Hamline University Athletic Hall of Fame. Each of us is signing this document or cover letter and separately forwarding it to YOU to formally indicate our complete approval of this nomination accordingly. Please acknowledge receipt of these documents. Sincerely X ______________________________________ X ________________________________________ Sign Name / Hamline Tennis Team Alumnus Print Name / Hamline Tennis Team Alumnus Classes of 1962, ’64, ’65, ’66, ’67 and ‘68 Cc: 1. 19 Hamline ALUMNI: Thomas W. Hutton, SR ‘62, George C. Roscoe ’62, Thomas A. Hauck*, Roger R. Lipelt ’65, Richard E. Stebbins ‘64, Bruce W. McKinnon ‘64, J. Ford Spalding*, James M. Miller ’65, Charles P. Huss ’66, Scott Q. Scherer ’65, Reverend Robert W. Gustafson ’65, James H. Anderson ’67, Reverend DelRay Peterson*, Richard E. Strohkirch ’66, Thomas A. Strohkirch ’66, Richard J. Schneider ’67 , Larry M. Day ’66, Paul S. Burda ’65 and **John E. Wirtanen. Notes: * graduated from another college / ** passed away before graduation.
2. 2011 Hamline Alumni Staff: Associate VP Betsy Brenden Radtke ’89 & Assistant Director Shannon Eberhardt ‘09 3. 2011 Hamline Athletic Director Robert “Bob” Beeman, Jr and Sports Information Director Stephanie Harris 4. MIAC Executive Director Daniel McKane and Assistant to the Executive Director Matt Higgins 5. Key Sources: Steve Wilkinson (retired Gustavus Tennis Coach-winningest coach in the history of collegiate tennis) James “ Jim” N. Holden, Author, Tennis in the Northland (Northfield High School Tennis Coach- retired) William “Bill” W. Young, MD ’57 (HU Player Coach 57)

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Hamline University, St Paul, MN ● 1962, 1964 & 1965 Tennis Teams ● MIAC Tennis Conference Champions

“Doc”

1963

Hamline

IIn Memory off n Memory o

Benjjamiin M.. Lewiis,, Ph..D.. Ben am n M Lew s Ph D
1920-2011 Hamline Library Director 1955 to 1964 Hamline Tennis Coach 1958 to 1964 2009

Thank you Ben for all that you did for us at Hamline and for the great example you set for our personal lives. Nomination Packet ● Prepared by Bruce W. McKinnon ● Page 5 of 15

2011 NOMINEE COACH Ben Lewis INTRODUCTION
Date: 4-4-2011 To: Piper/ Hamline Athletics Department, Hall of Fame Committee Stephanie Harris, 2011 Sports Information Director (SID) Subject: Hamline Hall of Fame Nomination Re: Benjamin M. Lewis, Ph.D. PLUS Conference Champion Tennis Teams 1962, 1964 & 1965 Responsibilities: 1. Director of the Hamline Library (Staff, 1955 to 1964) 2. Hamline Tennis Coach (seasons 1958-1964) 3. Hamline Assistant Swimming & Diving Coach (exact period unknown) Hall of Fame Sport: Hamline Tennis INTRODUCTION: The former members of Hamline’s Tennis Team during the coaching career of Dr. Ben Lewis hereby nominate Dr. Lewis for induction into Hamline’s Athletic Hall of Fame -- based on his contributions as tennis team coach during the tennis seasons of 1958 to 1964 (7 seasons) and a spill over (8th) year in 1965. Significance: Ben was a reserved, dignified man who always demonstrated the qualities of honesty and integrity -- the epitome of sportsmanship as our coach. Ben was clearly a man of academic accomplishment and always conducted himself in a professional manner. While seemingly quiet and laid back, he was articulate and demonstrated sensitivity coupled with a disarming sense of humor. He consistently showed great wisdom and leadership (by example and action). He genuinely cared about each team member regardless of player rank. Dr. Lewis was respected and admired by every member of his tennis teams without reservation. He was clearly a man of unquestionable character and a genuinely first class human being. Coaching: Ben combined the perfect mix of organization, structure, quiet motivation and knowledge of the game of tennis as our coach. He was deeply involved in the success of his men – as individuals, students, players and most of all – as a team. Consequently, all team members worked hard to be good representatives for Hamline, the sport and the team -- given the very nature of Ben’s example. While VERY knowledgeable of the mechanics of the sport (he was also a good tennis player), his coaching focused on supporting his players in a watchful and quiet way. When Dr. Lewis occasionally made comments about a player’s tennis skills (or lack thereof), his observations were always perceptive and articulated in a thoughtful and positive context (or humorous at just the right moment -- one of his uncanny, likeable strengths). Accomplishments: The MIAC was formed in 1920. Conference tennis records were confusing and not detailed prior to 2000. The “MIAC recordbook” suggests that Hamline possibly captured all or part of 3 conference tennis championships during the 1920’s (singles in 1921 + doubles in 1923 and 1928). However, MIAC individual TEAM conference standings (win / loss season records) were not recorded. Hamline did NOT win any conference championship during the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s. The TEAM won 3 championships during the 1960’s (62, 64 & 65), 2 while Ben was our tennis coach (62 & 64) AND none in the 1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, 2000’s through 2012. Hamline’s 1964-1965 Liner shows that the tennis team posted a 10 win / 1 loss record and an 8-0 season standing for the MIAC 1965 Tennis Team Conference Championship. That’s 16 straight conference dual meet wins in 2 years without a loss. 1965 was the year after Dr. Lewis left to take a position as Director of Libraries at Denison University in Ohio. However, this championship was WON with 7 tennis letterman all of whom played during one or more of Ben’s 3 prior coaching years. Conference standings: 1961=3rd; 1962=1st; 1963=2nd; 1964=1st and 1965=1st – all in all, an outstanding coaching record. Ben volunteered to coach at Hamline but did not coach tennis in his subsequent two college positions. Three of the 19 above tennis players (Hutton, Lipelt and R. Strohkrich) had exceptional Minnesota high school tennis coaching careers (plus other sports) after graduation from Hamline. Four of 19 have already been inducted into Hamline’s Hall of Fame for their involvement in tennis and/or other sports while in Piper athletic programs. One Hamline Hall of Famer (Lipelt) was also inducted into the Minnesota High School Coaches Hall of Fame. Yet another (Roscoe) was Hamline’s tennis coach from 1976 to 1981. Most went on to play tournament and/or club tennis in later life. Since 1920, with the possible exception of 1921 (only individual doubles and singles champions were determined then), only 3 Hamline tennis teams were MIAC Conference Champions -- all directly influenced by Ben’s coaching. Ben & Lois Lewis In 2011: At the start of this Hall of Fame nomination project in February 2011, Ben (who passed away 4-1-011 at age 91) and his wife Lois lived in an assisted living facility in Red Wing, MN in the same community as one of their two sons , Bob, who later played on the tennis team and graduated from Hamline (’69). The idea to nominate Dr. Lewis for Hamline’s Hall of Fame was pursued entirely by 19 tennis team alumni (Wirtanen posthumously) without the suggestion, influence or knowledge of our nominee or his family (although they were delighted with the thought when informed). We respectfully request that Hamline consider this nomination as a gesture to a great man who earned our respect and invested in our gamesmanship, personal mental growth, and life successes. He definitely made a significant contribution to the success and reputation of Hamline University. It would be an honor well deserved and recognition long overdue. Nomination Packet ● Prepared by Bruce W. 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Example of letter sent by Hamline to 18 former tennis players / nominators

Hall of Fame Induction Notice

Benjjamiin M.. Lewiis,, Ph..D.. Ben am n M Lew s Ph D 1920 - 2011
Tennis Coach 1958 to 1964

Offffiiciiall Letttter off IInducttiion  Hamlliine Halll off Fame  Piiper Atthllettiic Associiattiion O c a Le er o nduc on  Ham ne Ha o Fame  P per A h e c Assoc a on
Notice Date 5-1-2012 |||| Induction Date 10-5-2012
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Hamline University, St Paul, MN ● 1962, 1964 & 1965 Tennis Teams ● MIAC Tennis Conference Champions
3rd Row Scott Scherer Tom Hauck George Roscoe Charlie Huss 2nd Row Tom Strohkirch Dick Strohkirch Bruce McKinnon Dick Stebbins Coach Ben Lewis 1 Row Jim Miller Bob Gustafson Capt Tom Hutton 2 Row John Wirtanen Ford Spalding Dick Schneider Charlie Huss Jim Miller Bruce McKinnon Coach Ben Lewis 1 Row DelRay Peterson Jim Anderson Tom Strohkirch Bob Gustafson Dick Strohkirch Capt Dick Stebbins
nd st nd st

1962

HU 62, 64 and 65 Tennis Teams

Hamline Tennis
Y E A R

61 62 63 64 65

5 year Record Conference Only Total MIAC Duals Duals W/L Rank W/L 4-4 4-3 3rd 11-4* 6-1 1st 6-4* 6-2 2nd 8-0 8-0 1st 10-1 8-0 1st

2 1964

W / L Excludes Invitationals and season playoff matches / STATS *Also includes “B” team only loses

TEAMS 1962 1964 1965

3 1965

2 Row Dick Schneider Paul Berda Peter Rodney Jim Anderson Larry Day Coach Lowell Weber 1 Row Dick Strohkirch Charlie Huss Capt Jim Miller Bob Gustafson John Wirtanen Tom Strohkirch MIAC
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MIAC Tennis Conference Championships 1920 to 2012
Singles & Doubles Champions according to Gustavus (1920-1939)+ MIAC Conference Tennis Team Championship records (1940-2010)

All-Time MIAC Tennis Team Champions
Year 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938

Champion Year Champion St Olaf 1939 Gustavus S Hamline 1940 St Olaf St Olaf 1941 St Olaf Year Champion Rank Hamline D/St Thomas S 1942 St Olaf 1958 St Thomas ? St Thomas 1943 St Olaf 1959 St Thomas D/Gustavus S ? N/A 1944 St Olaf 1960 Macalester D/Duluth S ? N/A 1945 St Olaf 1961 Macalester D/Duluth S 3rd Macalester D/St Johns S 1946 St Thomas 1962 Hamline 11W/1L/3NCL 1st Hamline D/St Johns S 1947 Augsburg 1963 Macalester D/Hamline S 2nd St Olaf D/Macalester S 1948 St Olaf 1964 Hamline 8W/0L 1st St Thomas S 1949 St Olaf 6/64 Dr. Lewis moves on to Denison U St Johns D/St Thomas S 1950 St Olaf 1965 Hamline 9W/1NCW/1NCL 1st St Thomas 1951 St Olaf ^ Dr. Lewis 1965 Influence Year ^ 5 tennis players from 1962 + 2 from 1964 N/A 1952 Macalester N/A 1953 Macalester Benjamin Lewis, Ph.D. 7 year Hamline tennis Macalester D/ Gustavus S 1954 St Thomas ^ coaching era ^ St Olaf 1955 St Thomas Season 1958 to 1964 St Olaf 1956 St Thomas Lowell Weber took over as coach in 1965 St Thomas 1957 St Thomas http://gustavus.edu/athletics/mt/records/miacchamps/cfm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/hamline_university http://www.miac-online.org/sports/2007/8/13/mtenrecordbooks.aspx. Hamline University ^ References ^ ^ References ^ As of 9-1-2012

Dr. Benjamin Lewis’s 7 year Hamline tennis V Coaching Era V Seasons 1958 to 1964

Year 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Champion Macalester Macalester Macalester Macalester Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Concordia Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus St Thomas Gustavus Gustavus St Thomas Gustavus

Year 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

Champion Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus Gustavus

A review of the above CHART demonstrates that the 1962, 1964 and 1965 Hamline Tennis Teams established a winning record that has NEVER been duplicated in 92 years (1920 to 2012). No other Hamline sport (except those of the Joe Hutton basketball era) have ever put a sustained string of conference victories together like the records of the TEAMS under the direction / influence of tennis coach Dr. Ben Lewis during the 1960’s.

MIAC TENNIS

Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
Championship Determination Protocol Dual Season-End Duals + Matches Tournament Playoff X X 1 / win X 50% 51% 50% X 20 points-2/m 100 points-10/m X X 72 points 72 points X X 50% 49% 50% X X X

Updated 5-2-2011 / Reviewed: 5-29-2012

#
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

1940 to Date Period / Years From To 1940 1952 1953 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1983 1984 1996 1997 2002 2003 2006 2007 2012

Notes, Comments and / or Services

Memorandum
Singles / doubles tournament – one point / win – start 1953

Nine flighted tournaments – start 1967 Nine flighted tournaments Nine flighted tournaments Nine flighted tournaments 92 = team points max - Nine flighted tournaments 172 = team points max - Nine flighted tournaments Dual match tournaments

Tennis “flighted” Definition: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_a_tennis_flight Source: Retired Coach Steve Wilkinson, Gustavus - 2012 |||| Prepared by Bruce W. McKinnon’64 for Steve Wilkinson, MIAC & Hamline U

The above chart notes that the MIAC has obtained some documentation for the scoring systems used to award conference championships for TEAMS during the period 1940 to 2010, but not before. It appears that from 1920 to 1939, a season-ending tournament simply determined doubles and singles champions for the conference year. Nomination Packet ● Prepared by Bruce W. McKinnon ● Page 10 of 15

1958-1965 Season Win / Loss Records for MIAC Conference in Tennis – Year End Rankings
Records exclude invitational’s and season-end tournaments

1957-1958
# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Teams St Thomas Gustavus # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1958-1959
Teams St Thomas UM - Duluth Gustavus St Johns ??? # 1/2 2/2 3 4/5 4/5 6/7 6/7 8/9 8/9

1959-1960
Teams Macalester UM - Duluth St Thomas Gustavus St Johns St Marys Hamline W/L: 3-6 Con = 3-3 Augsburg Concordia
Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D.

1960-1961
# 1/2 1/2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Teams Macalester Gustavus Hamline W/L: 4-4 ???

Con = 4-3

???

#1 singles / Player Coach Bill Young Source: Gustavus / Wilkinson

Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D. Source: Gustavus / Wilkinson / St Johns

Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D.

Source: Gustavus / Wilkinson

Source: HU Yearbook / Wilkinson

1961-1962
# 1 2 3 4 5/6 5/6 7/8 7/8 9 Teams Hamline W/L: 11-4* Con = 6-1 Macalester St. Thomas Gustavus St. Johns St. Marys Concordia UM-Duluth Augsburg
Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D.

1962-1963
# 1 2 3 4 5/6 5/6 7 8 9 Teams Macalester Hamline W/L: 6-4* Con = 6-2 St. Johns # 1 2 3 4 5/6 5/6 7 8 9

1963-1964
Teams Hamline W/L: 8-0 St. Johns Macalester Gustavus Concordia UM-Duluth St. Thomas St. Marys Augsburg Con = 8-0 7-1 6-2 5-8 3-5 3-5 2-6 2-6 0-8 # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1964-1965
Teams Hamline W/L: 10-1 Con = 8-0 Macalester St. Johns Gustavus Augsburg St. Thomas St. Marys UM-Duluth Concordia
Coach Lowell Weber / Strohkirch Twins

???

Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D.

Coach Ben Lewis, Ph.D.

Source: Gustavus / Wilkinson

Source: HU Yearbook / St Johns

Source: MIAC website + HU Yearbook

Source: MIAC website + HU Yearbook

Until 1964, the RANKING for the MIAC conference championship was determined by points earned during the season–ending conference tournament – not a team’s win / loss record for the season. Dan Loritz, Former HU VP Hamline Staff Contacts Other Hamline Contacts HU Senior Fund Development Director 1536 Hewitt Avenue  MS-A1795 William “Bill” W. Young, MD ‘57 St Paul, Minnesota 55104 HU Tennis Team 1954-1957 Player Coach 1957 Doron Clark “00

Linda Hanson, President
O: (651) 523-2202 MS-C1914 E: lhanson@hamline.edu

325 Basil Street, Taylors Falls, MN 55084-9703 H: (651) 465-6635 C: (651) 465-6529 E: wwymd@aol.com

President, Piper Athletic Association

Outside Contacts
Gustavus Men’s Tennis
https://gustavus.edu/athletics/mt/

Hamline University Athletic Staff 2012 AD Jason Verdugo
O: (651) 523-2035 E: jverdugo@hamline.edu

Orem O. Robbins, Hamline Benefactor
Annette Strand Scherer Robbins ’36, (deceased 4-9-2011; wife / mother of Scott Scherer ’65, Hamline Tennis Team 1962-63) 1930 Gulf Shore Blvd N, Apt D 102 Naples Florida 34102-1655 H: (239) 261-4295 E: oorobbins@securitylife.ocm Founder, former Chairman of the Board Security Life Insurance Company 10901 Red Circle Drive, #400 O: (952) 544-2121 Minnetonka, Minnesota 55343 9305 Minneapolis Home – both Orem and Scott The Kenwood Retirement Community 825 Summit Avenue – Phone: (612) 374-8100 Minneapolis, MN 55403 Contact: Connie McCllem Scott # 1110: (612) 377-3352 Orem # 903: (612) 377-5665

Tommy Valentini, Tennis Coach (2010- )
Lund Center, 225 C O: (507) 933-6446 E: tvalenti@gustavus.edu

2012 Interim SID, David Wright
O: (651) 523-2786 E: dwright08@hamline.edu

Steve L. Wilkinson, Ph.D.
Gustavus Tennis Coach – Retired (1970-2009) 500 Capitol Drive, Saint Peter, MN 56082 H: (507) 931-1614 E: swilkins@gac.edu

2012 Tennis Coach Jon Henning ‘06
O: (651) 523-2310 E: jhenning01@hamline.edu 2011 AD Robert “Bob” L. Beeman, Jr. 2011 SID Stephanie Harris

Hamline University Alumni Staff
MS-C1920 -- 1536 Hewitt Avenue St Paul, Minnesota 55104 FAX: (651) 523-3048 O: (800) 767-5585 + (651) 523-3048

Author – Tennis in the Northland James “Jim” Holden
Northfield High School Tennis Coach, retired 708 1st St West  Northfield, MN 55057-1607 H: (507) 645-5313 E: holden@st olaf.edu

Betsy Brenden Radtke ’89
Associate Vice President, Alumni Relations
O: (651) 523-2201 Mail: MS-C1920 E: bradtke@hamline.edu

MIAC Contacts
Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 475 Cleveland Avenue N - Suite 307 St. Paul, MN 55104 Fax: (651) 647-6422

Emily Muirhead McAdam
2012 Assistant Director, Alumni Relations
O: (651) 523-2015 E: emuirhead01@hamline.edu 2011 Shannon Eberhardt ‘09 Assistant Director, Alumni Relations

Daniel McKane, Executive Director Nomination Packet Page 11 of 15
O: (651) 644-3964 C: (651) 210-9908 E: dpmckane@miac-online.org

Prepared by Bruce W. McKinnon

Matt Higgins Ass’t to Executive Director
O: (651) 644-3965 C: (612) 237-8237 E: mhiggins@miac-online.org

Special thanks to those whose historical efforts have contributed to the research and documentation for this project.
Tennis in the Northland Pages covering Hamline Players Page (s) Name
47-49, 106, 332 88-89, 106 88, 106-107, Appendix D 141-142, 421 106, 174, 176, 177, 332 106, 217, 257, 329-332 106, 217, 257, 329-332 332 106, 332 Charlie Huss Roger Lipelt Dick Strohkirch Tom Hutton Bob Gustafson Jim Miller John Wirtanen Dick Stebbins Ben Lewis, Ph.D

Jim Holden

This is a “MUST BUY” book that refers to many Hamline players. Every high school and college library in Minnesota should purchase this High School tennis encyclopedia -- a great history of tennis from 1929 to 2003+. Jim Holden, a retired highly regarded Northfield tennis coach, past Minnesota State High School Tennis Coaches Association President and Hall of Fame member, is the perfect author for a comprehensive work of this nature. The book chronicles high School tennis singles and doubles players who played in Minnesota State High School tennis tournaments and many of the coaches who had remarkable coaching careers. It identifies famous tennis families and high school dynasties as well as college tennis players who went on to distinguish themselves in tennis (and other sports) in state coaching ranks. The book, edited by Steve Wilkinson, is beautifully laid out, easy to read, personal, sensitive and crammed full of great details (433 pages).
Steve Wilkinson: Coaches can make the difference ! Wilkinson arrived at Gustavus as a religion

professor in 1970 and was asked if he would be willing to voluntarily coach the tennis team. Steve had played collegiate tennis at the University of Iowa where he finished second in #1 doubles at the Big Ten Championships as a senior. The rest is history. Steve became the winningest coach in the history of collegiate men’s tennis (Divisions I, II, and III and NAIA) over the next 39 years. Wilkinson’s teams won 35 MIAC titles + 2 NCAA Division III titles (1980 and 1982). His players claimed 6 national doubles and 4 national singles titles. He coached 46 players to 87 ITA All-America honors, 103 players to 226 All-Conference honors, and 5 CoSIDA Academic All-Americans. His team’s achieved an overall record of 929-260 (.720%) and a MIAC mark of 329-1 or .970%.

Steve Wilkinson
Retired Gustavus Coach Steve assisted with the identification of accurate MIAC Conference Tennis championship determination protocol needed to support Hamline claims to three Conference championships for the years 1962, 1964 & 1965.

Wilkinson also played competitive tennis for many years after college and ranked #1 in the US in the 45, 50, 55 and 60 and over divisions. He represented the US in the Dubler Cup, Perry Cup and Austria Cup competition winning the world championship in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1989 and finished second in Berlin, Germany in 1992. Steve was inducted into the Iowa Tennis Hall of Fame (1974), Northern Tennis Association Hall of Fame (1983) and the US Tennis Association Missouri Valley Hall of Fame (1999). Steve retired in 2009 as Gustavus Tennis coach due to an illness. But, he and his wife Barbara continued to work with the Tennis and Life Camps (TLC) which he founded --the largest tennis camp in one location in the US -- until 2011. AND, with no strings attached, Steve helped ME (a total stranger) to establish that Hamline was in fact the MIAC 1965 Tennis Conference Champions. Thank YOU Steve.
see sources / LINKS below
http://makeyourlifecount.blog.gustavus.edu/2010/08/20/steve-wilkinson-tennis-andlife/http://www.northern.usta.com/News/2010/2010_04/Steve-Wilkinson-ITA-Hall-of-Fame/

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RESUME  Benjamin Morgan Lewis, Ph.D.  DOB: 1-8-1920, Buffalo, NY  DOD: 4-1-2011, Red Wing, MN  RESUME
Hamline University Librarian (1955-1964), Tennis and Assistant Swimming Coach Parents: Harry F. and Mildred J. (Judd) Lewis Work: 1. 1947-1947 Marathon Paper Co, Neenah, WI High School: 1937 Appleton High School, Appleton, WI 2. 1951-1955 Eastern Illinois State Teachers College College: Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH Charleston, IL: Librarian 1941 BA: History (1937-1941) (Eastern Illinois University today) Military: 1942-1945 Army Air Corps, WWII A24 Dive Bomber Pilot >> 3. 1955-1964 Hamline University, St Paul, MN: Librarian Marriage: 9-10-1942 Edith Lois Maujer Lewis (Gary, Bob & Melia) Men’s Tennis Coach (1958-1964) Graduate School: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Assistant Swimming Coach 1947 MA: History (1945-1947) 4. 1964-1966 Denison University, Granville, OH 1950 MA: Library Science (1948-1950) Director of Libraries Doctorate: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 5. 1966-1983 Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH 1956 Ph.D: Library Science (1950-1956) Director of Libraries –Retired (Emeritus): 1983

1962, 1964 & 1965 Hamline University Tennis Team Participants
Hall of Fame Nominators from Hamline Classes of 1962, 1964 and 1965/66/67
MIAC Conference Champs 1940-2012 see: http://www.miac-online.org/sports/2007/8/13/mtenrecordbook.aspx

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Thomas W. Hutton, SR 58-62 (1962) Wife: Sherryl A.

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Rev Robert W. Gustafson, Ph.D. Wife: Linda W. 61-65 (1965)

911 Pasadena Way, The Villages, FL 32159-0096

411 Dogleg Drive, Williamsburg, VA 23188-7411

H: (352) 751-0578 C: (352) 484-4132
35 Nathan Ln, #126, Minneapolis, MN 55441-6354 H: (763) 546-0431 E-mail: huttontw@aol.com

MIAC singles Champion 1961, 2 1962 Hamline H of F: 1962 (basketball & tennis)

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George C. Roscoe 58-62 (1962) Wife: Agata M.

3445 Glenarden Court, St Paul, MN 55112

H: (651) 631-3069 C: (612) 919-9216 E-mail: None Hamline Tennis Coach: 1976-1981 Roger R. Lipelt 60-65 (1965) Wife: Joanne F. 740 Quantico Lane North Minneapolis, MN 55447-3773 H: (763) 473-5549 C: (763) 242-6425 E-mail: rlipelt@comcast.net Hamline H of F: 1965 (football) Minnesota Coaches H of F: 2001 Bruce W. McKinnon 60-64 (1964) 4 Wife: Linda K. 1617 Edgemoor Lane Everett, WA 98203-1672 H: (425) 267-9473 C: (425) 501-8625 E-mail: brucemckinnon@msn.com Richard E. Strohkirch 61-66 (1966) 5 7362 Bren Lane Eden Prairie, MN 55346-4135

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H: (757) 229-5474 C: (757) 645-5571 E-mail: Bobolink411@verizon.net Minnesota State Singles Champion: 1961 MIAC Singles Champion 1962, 1963 & 1964 Hamline H of F: 1965 (tennis) Richard E. Stebbins 60-64 (1964) 7 11447 East Placita Rancho Grande Tucson, AZ 85730-5809 H: (520) 886-9868 C: (520) 784-1531 E-mail: rsmorken@yahoo.com Blog: tucsonhappenings@blogspot.com USTA Nat’l Champion: 1988 (singles 4.5) James M. Miller 61-65 (1965) 8 964 Fairmount Ave Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105-3119 H: (651) 222-8744 C: No cell E-mail: jmmat964@yahoo.com Minnesota State Doubles Champion: 1961 USTA Sect’l Champion: 2005 (D/Team 4.0) USTA Sect’l Champion: 2009 (MD 4.0) Charles P. Huss 61-66 (1966) 9 14231 57th Street North Stillwater, MN 55082-6407 H: (651) 439-7259 C: No Cell E-mail: huss.matt@gmail.com (son)

Benjamin M. Lewis, Ph.D. Hamline Library Director: 1955-1964 Tennis Coach: 1958-1964 Assistant Swimming Coach (period ?)
Wife: Lois (Children: Gary, Bob & Nancy/Melia)

LAST address before death 4-01-2011 Loving Residence Assisted Living 1760 Perlich Ave, Red Wing, MN 55066 Robert D. Lewis (son) 65-59 (1969) Wife: Marjorie C. 3366 North Service Drive Redwing, MN 55066-1813 H: (651) 388-4171 C: (651) 301-2816 Owner: Sargents Nursery, Inc
3352 N Service Dr, Red Wing, MN 55066

W: (651) 388-3847 E-mail: bobl@sargentsnursery.com Web: www.sargentsnursery.com Hamline Tennis Team: 1966-1969
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Gary M. Lewis (son) 63-67 (1967) DU Wife: Leslie D. 278 Concord Road Wayland, MA 01778-1118 H: (508) 358-7651 C: (774) 279-7300 E-mail: gml@garymlewis.com
Gary graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in Ohio and played Junior Varsity tennis during his first 2 years.

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Thomas A. Strohkirch 61-66 (1966) 400 Hickory Lane North

Lowell A. Weber 62-85 (retired)
Assistant to HU President / Deferred Giving Hamline Tennis Coach (1965, 1966 …)

H: (952) 937-9157 C: None E-mail: None Hamline H of F: 1966; (Hockey)

Saint Paul, MN 55128-7037 (no cell or e-mail) H: (651) 738-1531 C: None E-mail: None

Wife: Carol Ann
5275 Grandview Square, Apt 3204 Minneapolis, MN 55436-1763 H: (952) 926-3007

Hamline Co-Tennis Coach: 1966
Note: Lowell Weber was Tennis Coach in 1965, 66, etc. In 1966, Weber was in South American during much of season and left coaching duties to the Strohkirch Twins (1965 graduates).

Hamline Co-Tennis Coach: 1966 President, Minnesota Tennis Coaches Association (Boys): 1996-2000

E-mail: lowellcarolw@aol.com
6552 E Sugarloaf Street, Mesa, AZ 85215-9786

H: 480-325-6923

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 1962, 1964 & 1965 Hamline University Tennis Team Participants 
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Thomas A Hauck (1 year, 1961-1962)
Wife: Judith H. 166 Pine Hill Road

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In Memoriam
John E. Wirtanen
( Hamline 1962-1966 )

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10 Wilmot, NH 03287-0232 H: (603) 526-4920 C: (603) 340-4181 E-mail: tahauck@comcast.net

College: University of Maine 62-65 (1965)

Greenway High School, Colerain, MN
Birth: 7-3-1944 Death: 9-7-1966 Cancer

High school teammate’s Jim Miller and John Wirtanen (a year behind Miller won the Minnesota State high school doubles championship in 1961. John then went to play on 2 Hamline Conference Championship Teams (64, 65). John was diagnosed with cancer his senior year (65-66) while at Hamline. He was not able to finish his 4 year degree nor could he play on Hamline’s 1966 team. John passed away in the early fall of ’66. The “Wirtanen Tennis Scorebook” was later named in John’s memory and remains the scorebook of choice by tennis coaches + teams throughout the US -- to this day.
http://duathlonworldsconcord.com/tag/scorebooks/ http://tinyurl.com/4ar4qrq

USTA Champion / Maine (Doubles 1965) J Ford Spalding (2 years, 1962-1964) 13 Wife: Chip H. H: (508) 785-1754
5 Hutton Road, Dover, MA 02030-2239 C: None

Scott Q. Scherer 61-65 (1965) The Kenwood Retirement Community 825 Summit Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55403 Contact: Jennifer Volkenant, Executive Director E-mail: kedberg@thekenwood.org Contact: Connie McCllem O: (612) 374-8100 Scott # 1110: Phone Direct: (612) 377-5665 Orem O Robbins, step Dad # 903: (612) 377-3352
Reverand DelRay M. Peterson Wife: Sandra J. (1-1/2 years 1965) 15501 Wing Lake Drive, Minnetonka, MN 55345-5648 H: (952) 934-7266

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W: (800) 215-9980 Felton, Berlin & Erdmann E-mail: fspalding@feltonberlin.com
College: University of Maryland 69-71 (1971)

C: (952) 484-5644 E-mail: rpeterson@mcg.net

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Richard J Schneider, Ph.D Wife: Mary M 63-67 (1967)

20 Murdock Avenue, Glens Falls, NY 12801-2407

19 Wife: Irma R H: (254) 770-0460 2113 20 Canyon Creek Drive
Temple, TX 76502-3215 C: None E-Mail: brd_tx@sbcglobal.net

College: Bethel University 65-67 (1967) Paul S. Burda 64-66 (1966)

H: No land line C: (518) 538-0886 E-mail: richard.schneider@rwartburg.edu Larry M. Day 61-65 (1965)

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Wife: Anne L. H/O: 858-675-3603

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17679 Valle Verde Road Poway, CA 92064-1241 C: 858-675-3602

Peter T. Rogney (2 years, 1964-966) Wife: Katherine Kolbe|HU tennis 65-66

186 Candy Dance Ln, Genoa, NV 89411-0229

E-Mail: lmday69@gmail.com James H. Anderson 63-67 (1967) 16 Wife: Marilyn L. H: (805) 379-3982 2695 Lakewood Place C: (805) 279-6896 Westlake Village, CA 91361-3308
E-mail: jandm@verizon.net

H: (775) 782-4592 C: 775-790-0700 E-Mail: trogney@gmail.com
Peter Declined involvement 2011—2nd team during 1965-1966. Peter was not a college / HU graduate. Stated he was too busy now to become involved.

Hamline Tennis Seasons ’62, ’64 & ‘65
Coach Ben Lewis 58-64
MIAC Conference Champions

*Note: Player in Hamline’s Alumni Database as of 4-4-2011? Y = Yes N = No **Bob Gustafson had to stop playing tennis in 1965 due to magnesium sulfate deficiency
Hamline Year Graduated + Tennis Seasons HU Graduate Year? / All Teams | Notes 58-62 Y 1962 / 59, 60, 61, 62 58-62 Y 1962 / 59, 60, 61, 62 HU Tennis Coach 76-81 61-62 N No / 62 1 year, transferred to U of Maine 60-64 Y 1964 / 61, 62, 63, 64 60-64 Y 1964 / 61, 62, 63, 64 62-64 Y No / 63, 64 Left HU to join Navy in 1965 60-65 Y 1965 / 61, 62, 63, 64 61-65 Y 1965 / 62, 63, 64, 65 3 duals-no conference** 61-65 Y 1965 / 62, 63, 64, 65 61-65 Y 1965 / 62, 63 62-66 N No / 63, 64, 65 died of cancer 9-7-1966 61-66 Y 1966 / 62, 63, 64, 65 CO-coach 1965 61-66 Y 1966 / 62, 63, 64, 65 CO-coach 1965 61-66 Y 1966 / 62, 63, 64, 65 63-67 Y 1967 / 64, 65, 66, 67 61-66 Y 1967 / 64 Played partial 1st year 63-65 N No / 64 Transferred to Bethel mid 1965 61-65 Y 1965 / 65 64-68 Y 1968 / 65 64-65 Y No / 65, 66 No interest in participation At HU*

Team Conference Champions Tom Hutton ’62 George Roscoe ’62 Tom Hauck ’62 Dick Stebbins ’62, ’64 Bruce McKinnon ’62, ’64 J. Ford Spalding ’64 Roger Lipelt ’62, ’64 Bob Gustafson ’62, ’64, ‘65 Jim Miller ’62, ’64, ‘65 Scott Scherer ’62 John Wirtanen ’64, ‘65 Dick Strohkirch ’62, ’64, ‘65 Tom Strohkirch ’62, ’64, ‘65 Charlie Huss ‘62, ’64, ‘65 Dick Schneider ’64, ‘65 James Anderson ’64 DelRay Peterson ’64 Larry Day ‘65 Paul Burda ‘65 Peter Rogney ‘65

1962

1964

1965

H of F Nomination Letter HU mail STATUS Mailed>HU Received>HU Copy-Bruce

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No

N/A N/A N/A Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No

N/A N/A N/A No No N/A No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
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Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes declined

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes declined

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes N/A Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes declined

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It’s Official !!
The 1965 Hamline Tennis Team is the MIAC Tennis Conference Champions MIAC Records Updated 5-4-2011 5-4-2011 E-mail from MIAC

From: Matt Higgins [mailto:mhiggins@miac-online.org] Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2011 10:24 AM To: 'Stephanie Harris'; Bob Beeman (rbeemanjr01@hamline.edu) Cc: 'Bruce McKinnon'; 'Dan McKane' Subject: 1965 MIAC Championship Hello Steph, Bob and Bruce, I want to thank all of you – especially Bruce – for your time and effort on verifying and trying to rectify the MIAC men’s tennis history regarding the 1965 championship. Based on evidence provided by Bruce, Hamline and verification from Macalester, it is the MIAC’s official decision that Hamline University was indeed the 1965 MIAC men’s tennis champion. As of this morning, I have updated the MIAC Men’s Tennis Recordbook on the MIAC Web site to reflect this, and have adjusted each team’s total titles and last title to reflect the change as well. You can view that updated page Here: http://www.miac-online.org/sports/2007/8/13/mtenrecordbook.aspx I am saving all documentation from this process to back up the MIAC’s decision to list Hamline as the MIAC Champion for 1965, and this summer I plan to add language to our Web site to clarify the changing nature in which the champion was determined. Thanks again for all of your work on this and for your help to ensure the MIAC records are accurate. Congratulations to Bruce and Hamline for the 1965 title, and best of luck moving forward with your Hall of Fame nominations. Matt Higgins Assistant to the Executive Director Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference E-mail: mhiggins@miac-online.org Office: 651-644-3965 Cell: 612-237-8237 Fax: 651-647-6422 Web: www.miac-online.org

Hamline is the winner of 3 MIAC Conference Championships
1962 ● 1964 ● 1965 1962 ● 1964 ● 1965
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