England Tour 1986 - Santa Fe Rugby Football Club

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England Tour 1986 - Santa Fe Rugby Football Club
SANTA FE
RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB
Santa Fe, New Mexico U.S.A.
LENSBURY, R.F.C.
Middlesex
LAUNCESTON, R.F.C.
Cornwall
WARLINGHAM, R.F.C.
Surrey
CHESHUNT, R.EC.
Hertfordshire
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ENGLAND TOUR 86
IN SUPPO
OF
THE GENTLEMAN'S
SPORT
LOKA-LOCKE COMPANIES
EQUITY PARTICIPATIONS AND INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT
Est 1972
P.O. Box 6, Santa Fe. NM 87501
Greetings to all on behalf of the Santa Fe Rugby Football Club, representing the great American state of New Mexico.
Although many folks have mistaken our state for a country beneath our southern border, take our word for it, New Mexico's
for real. Or rather, 1 should say, don't take our word for it; come visit our marvelous state and find why we all love her so.
The England Tour of '86 is our first overseas tour, and we're all very excited about realizing a rugger's dream; we know
we'll have a chance to play some great opposition and meet some fine people. Indeed, we already have friends in the
Lensbury and Cheshunt Clubs, who have both visited Santa Fe as a part of tours in 1982 and 1985, respectively.
The Santa Fe Rugby Club was founded in 1972 by a small band of maverick players from the University of New Mexico
team in Albuquerque. He may not forgive me for "dating" him here, but it should be pointed out that Ray Marrone. of Tour
86, was one of those founding fathers.
Our tour schedule calls for an opening match with our old friends, the Lensbury RFC {rugby football club). Lensbury
holds a special niche in our collective rugby heart, for they were the first foreign team we had the pleasure to host. They
proved to be a most congenial group, and we look forward to having the chance to do to their homes what they did to ours.
From Middlesex County it's off to the "west country" of Cornwall, land of fog-shrouded moors, ghosts, and scrumpy,
the native form of hard cider. If this all sounds a bit mysterious, it should, for Cornwall is certainly a special kind of place.
Here we'll find the Launceston RFC and Martyn Sandercock, who served as the only Cornish member of the Santa Fe RFC
in 1984. We'll be playing under the lights against Launceston, a first for our lads.
A little sight-seeing will be in order on our way back towards the London area, where we'll be hosted by the Warlingham
RFC of Surrey County. Both our overseas tour manager, Herb Howell, and I have had the pleasure of associating with the
Warlingham Club on previous trips abroad. Herb even had occasion to revolutionize the game of cricket while playing for
the Blue and White, as only an American can. While at Warlingham we'll have the opportunity to find out why our Most
Valuable Teammate of 1984, David Kipnis. never returned from a short vacation to the UK two years ago. It seems he "got
stuck" at Warlingham, where he's better not take the field against us!
Our final fling in England this spring will come through the good auspices of our mates at the Cheshunt RFC.
Hertfordshire County champions last year, their USA tour plans were hard-hit last year by the sad state of the British pound,
and the side which appeared at Santa Fe Rugby's Springfest in April was not really representative of the kind of rugby power
the club represents. We do note, however, that the pound has now stabilized considerably, a fact which I trust will not escape
Club bigwig Neil Summerbell when it comes time to toast our marvelous performances on the pitch.
To our British hosts, we say "cheers!" and gracias. We sincerely hope our visit will serve as a catalyst to promote future
exchanges between our countries. An open invitation is hereby extended to any and all of you who may wish to visit our
wonderful city, lust drop us a line and we'll do all we can to make your stay (however longl as comfortable as possible.
As for our innumerable supporters and patrons in New Mexico, we wish to emphasize our deep appreciation of your
generosities. We go to England to represent you all. with the knowledge that it could not have taken place without your
help. We intend to live up to your high expectations for us. It certainly is an easy thing to recommend your various products
and services to others. Thank you.
For our club-mates, male and female, who worked like dogs to get this tour off the ground, I'm confident that you will
feel a deep sense of satisfaction at each and every turn of our Adventure.
And now, ON WITH THE TOUR!
Yours in Rugby Fellowship,
Dave Wheelock, coach
Santa Fe Rugby Football Club
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A8EVKT
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
SANTA FE
TONEY ANAYA
GOVERNOR
To Whom It May Concern:
This letter presents the SANTA FE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB, LTD., a group
of citizens from the United States of America representing the State
of New Mexico, City of Santa Fe, and the great Southwest on a tour
of Great Britain and a series of rugby matches with British
competition.
I know that the Club will serve as good ambassadors for the State of
New Mexico. Any honors and courtesies that may be extended to each
of the Club's members while in your country will be greatly
appreciated by me.
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE
THIS 6TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1986.
WITNESS MY HAND AND THE GREAT
SEAL OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO.
TONEY ANAYA
GOVERNOR
STATE OF NEW MEXICO
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
SANTA FE
87503
TONKY ANAVA
GOVERNOR
To Whom It May Concern:
This letter presents the SANTA FE RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB, LTD., a group
of citizens from the United States of America representing the State
of New Mexico, City of Santa Fe, and the great Southwest on a tour
of Great Britain and a series of rugby matches with British
competition.
I know that the Club will serve as good ambassadors for the State of
New Mexico. Any honors and courtesies that may be extended to each
of the Club's members while in your country will be greatly
appreciated by me.
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE
THIS 6TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1986.
WITNESS MY HAND AND THE GREAT
SEAL OF THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO.
TONEY ANAYA
GOVERNOR
0001) LOCK
ON TOUR
BRITAIN
1986
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GREETINGS FROM THE CITY OF SANTA FE, THE OLDEST CAPITAL CITY IN THE UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA!
As the Santa Fe Rugby Football Club, founded in 1972, embark on their historic
tour of England, we wish them the best of fortune in their endeavors. We
would like to thank you for the hospitality that you will be extending to our
team members while they are in your city, and hope that we can reciprocate in
the future. The City of Santa Fe, this year is celebrating its 375th anniversary, we also are the home of the oldest celebration, the Santa Fe Fiestas,
celebrated in September of each year. Our climate is that of Indian Summers,
clear blue skies, and moments away from our plaza, we enjoy downhill skiing in
the winter.
This is the first in history, as no team has ever toured overseas. I am sure
that they will demonstrate the highest of skills and their spirit the highest
from the United States. We are very proud of the Santa Fe Rugby Football
Club.
P.O. Box 909, 200 Lincoln Ave., 87504-0909 (505) 984-6590
Good Luck Santa Fe R.FC.
on England Tour
'86'
Compliments
Beaverton, Oregon
Why should we have
all the FUN ?
GOOD LUCK
IN ENGLAND
Santa Fe Rugby Club
Welcomes anyone interested
in becoming a member,
active or social
Richard Morris 12 Maripota, S.F, N.M., 986-2205
Aardvark Veterinary Clinic
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Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery
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Santa Fe, N.M. 87501
505-983-2857
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College Plaza Shopping Center
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E N G L A N D T O U R '86
TOUR COMMITTEE:
Adminstrator.
Secretary
Treasurer
Publicity
Fund Raising.
. Herb Howell
. Charlie Jordan
Richard Morris
. Dave Wheelock
. Ava Morris &
Mary Sulima
Social.
Travel .
Also . .
. Mark Lyon & Hans Waight
Erin Coyle
John Hosemann
Chic & Mary Helen Kelty
Joel Medina
Brenda Trujillo
PROGRAM:
. Charlie Jordan
Coordinator
Advertising
Mary Helen Kelty & Hans Waight
Ad Design
. Ava Morris
Program Production. .The Graphic Word
Contributors Erin Coyle, Charlie Jordan,
Richard Morris,
Liz Rice, Dave Wheelock.
Ray Marrone
ITINERARY:
BON VOYAGE CELEBRATION
DEPART ALBUQUERQUE AIRPORT
ARRIVE ENGLAND, GATWICK AIRPORT.
ARRIVE LENSBURY RFC
ARRIVE LAUNCESTON RFC
ARRIVE WARLINGHAM RFC
ARRIVE CHESHUNT RFC
DEPART ENGLAND, GATWICK AIRPORT.
ARRIVE ALBUQUERQUE AIRPORT
. MARCH 8th
.MARCH 13th
.MARCH 14th
. MARCH I 5th
.MARCH 18th
.MARCH 21st
.MARCH 24th
.MARCH 27th
.MARCH 27th
OUR FIXTURES:
SFRFC VS LENSBURY RFC, MIDDLESEX
SFRFC VS LAUNCESTON RFC. CORNWALL
SFRFC VS WARLINGHAM RFC, SURREY
SFRFC VS CHESHUNT RFC, HERTFORDSHIRE
MARCH I6th
MARCH 19th
MARCH 23rd'
MARCH 25th
•MASTERS RUGBY
Erin Coyle
Travel Consultant
SANTA FE RUGBY CLUB'S CHOICE
326 McKenzie Street / P.O. Box 8399
Santa Fe, NM 87504-8399 (505) 984 0022
"The Traveler"
SFRFO* 'SSL. Bob Foster
Present
CHARLIE JORDAN
HALFBACK/WING/BREAKAWAY
HERBALIST, C.M.H.
5'10"/1.77 M
168 lbs/12 st
36 0/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Charlie began his athletic career as a big time little leaguer. He participated in
the Little League World Series, representing Germany and Europe. Chaz then
became a rugby fanatic while living in Washington State. He played in the Collegiate and 1st Division British Columbia. Canada RFU in college and was a Pacific
Northwest Rep in 73. He then moved to California where he played for the B.A.T.S.
and became Captain and coach of the Palo Alto RFC. In '74 he was a Northern
California Poppy Select. Chaz then sought some real adventure and moved to Santa
Fe. Charlie has been a Rio Grande select player and captain as well as being Santa
Fe's club secretary and assistant coach. Charlie was invaluable, and at times amazing as he put this program together. As he says "when the world wearies and ceases
to satisfy, there is always the garden."
5'11'/1,80 M
175 lbs/12 st 7 Ibs
32 1 1 / 1 2 yrs
MARK LYON
STANDOFF/FULLBACK
DOCTOR OF DENTISTRY
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
The Doc. who is professionally single and has a part-time job as a dentist, has
been the Santa Fe RFC President for 5 years running. He has been a member
of the Santos since 1980. Mark has represented the Rio Grande Select XV from
1980-84. His other representative play came while he was playing for the powerful Chicago Lions (75-80). He was a Chicago Area Select player as well as a Midwest
under 23. He says his best rugby experience came while playing against I.P.R.
Williams during the 76 London Welsh Tour. Doc DeLeon has also been pursuing
wind-surfing as a team member of Windsurfing Int. Mark's philosophy in life mirrors a |ohn Barrymore quote, "It's a slander to say my problems come from chasing women, my problems begin when 1 catch them." Mark's life is dominated by
pursuing as much as possible within a given time sequence. He is often seen to
be leaving some important event saying "Gotta go, gotta date" Gentlemen, LOCK
UP YOUR DAUGHTERS!
DAVE RELOAD WHEELOCK
FLANKER/#8/LOCK/PRONE
(MAN ABOUT TOWN) PHILANTHROPIST
6'2"/1.87 M
196 Ibs/14 st
32 10/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dave has been a focal point and leader of the Santa Fe RFC for years. His dynamic
style of play on the field keeps the ooohs and aaahs coming, while his fishing stories
will keep you mesmerized throughout an entire evening at the pub. After making
All Conference, in American football during High School he went to the University
of New Mexico where his infamous rugby career began. He later played with the
Albuquerque Aardvarks and has been with the Santos since 1976. In the spring
of 85 Dave found himself co-conspiring with David Kipnis to infiltrate the ranks
of Warlingham RFC, Surrey. My, oh my, but the lies he brought back! A member
of the Santos coaching staff since 1978, Dave has played for the Rio Grande RFU
Selects l'74-'84), captained the side in '81. '82 and '84, and coached these Coyote
selectes in '82 and '84. Not only is "Reload" well respected in the rugby world,
but he has a real bitchen' photo, what else can be said about a man of such prowess but that his life's ambition is to be a ladies golf instructor: "you start them
out on the irons and work them into the woods."
LEE HIRST
WING FORWARD/WING
PUBLIC RELATIONS
5'10"/1.77 M
152 Ibs/IO st 12 Ibs
64 2/12 yrs
Anasazi RFC
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Lee has vowed he won't give up rugby football until he gets it right. He played
with the original New Mexico rugby club in 1972. taking up the game at the tender
age of 51. Lee has been a kind inspiration for many of us since those times. A
track and field champion in college, Lee still can leg it out. especially if his dear
wife Marie is watching. The Hirsts promise to lend a touch of class to the Santa
Fe tour and we are all tickled to have them along.
CARL HAWKINS
FLY HALF/FULLBACK/CENTER
PRESIDENT, CITICORP
5 11"/1.8 M
170 Ibs/12 st 2 Ibs
32 0/12 yrs
Albuquerque Aardvarks
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Director, High Desert Classic Rugby Tournament; dispenses tiny trophies to champions thereof. Claims to be in the best shape of his life. Carl is a super-aggressive
tackier, but he sometimes drops the ball when displaying this talent. Many say
he possesses a cryptic wit: others claim this is only half-true. Wears pants with
many pockets. Played for Santa Fe in the 1983 Cowpie Classic, where he proved
very able. Everyone is invited to his ranch in Barcelona at the Tour's conclusion.
HANS WA1GHT
HOOKER/FLANKER/WING
WOOD CARVER/CABINET MAKER
5 ll"/l.80 M
170 Ibs/12 st 2 Ibs
33 7 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
A friend to all, Hans is still apprenticing for his life long ambition of brewery master
in charge of tasting and testing human consumption limits. While quite a charmer,
his ability to put life as he sees it into pearls of wisdom speaks for itself. "South
African School Boy Years 63-68, (Polished Boots, Starched Laces, and Togs), moved back to New Mexico. USA. Played—but not rugby until I was informed that
there was rugby in the Duke City, in 72. What a change! Have been playing and
aging since then." Hans, always searching for opportunity, organized and coached
the 1st womens rugby team in New Mexico, the Albuquerque Sweat Hogs.
HERB HOWELL
5'9"/1.75 M
ADMINISTRATOR/COACH/SCRUM HALF
165 Ibs/II st II Ibs
MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT AND SPORTS CONSULTANT 43 2/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
At last count. Herb held two national posts. Member National Coaching Committee, and Chairman, National Collegiate Committee USARFU. For added weight and
recognition he also holds the positions of Coaching Coordinator Western Territorial
RFU and Coach Rio Grande RFU. He is a graduate of the Welsh National Coaches
Course in 1976, and has had plenty of opportunities to inflict his knowledge upon
us. Herb will make his return debut versus Warlingham after a 7 year abstention;
the club has taken out a Lloyds' of London $13.50 (U.S.) insurance policy on his
knees. Herb has toured France, New Zealand, England, and Wales, so if you chance
to run into him in the pub. better talk about art. Mr. Howell has been a confirmed
nurdler for years. Ask him about his latest Five-Year Plan.
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6'5"/1.95 M
LARRY YDENS
2501bsM7 st
SECOND ROW
28 yrs
PHYSICIAN
Albuquerque Aardvarks
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Also known as "Shamu". Graduate of University of New Mexico Medical School,
Larry plays for the Aardvarks when not dissecting small critters. Rio Grande RFU
selects, 1983-84. Larry plays an aggressive 2nd row, especially in the lineout. where
he prefers to be thrown the ball. Once performed extemporaneous stitch-job on
Richard Morris poolside. Never loses his head on the pitch, but has been known
to lose quite a lot of tail afterwards.
ALAN CLARK
FLANKER/#8
FINANCIAL CONSULTANT
6TM.85 M
175 lbs/12 st 7 Ibs
24 7 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Alan's presence on the Tour comes as the result of a deal struck when he was
discovered in a compromising situation with Chic's daughter. Alan has been a promising young flanker for Santa Fe for some time. You should hear some of the
promises he's made on road trips! Scored a key try against Church St. Barbarians
in 1983 Cowpie Classic championship game. Alan's passions in life include
automotibles, which he buys and sells biweekly. However, he was persuaded to
take the plane just this once. "Hey, Bud!" Served as Club Vice President under
Mark Lyon. whom Alan was sure would be assassinated "any time now."
6T/1.85 M
DAVID KLEV1NSKY (CL1T)
195 Ibs/14 st 9 Ibs
PROP/#8
35 2/12 yrs
ARTIST/GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Wilkes-Barre RFC
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
CUT, the Mad Lithuanian, and his dogTORlS decended upon New Mexico in 1975
and played for the Albuquerque Aardvarks. A Prop in the hey day of the VARKS,
he rooted with the best of them. He was the Tournament Director of the High
Desert Classic '75 to '78. He left town in a cloud of mystery. He played for the
Denver Highlanders from 1979 to '82. He is founder and life member of the UGL1
BROTHERS RFC. He was a Match Secretary for the Eastern Rockies Rugby Union
and a member of the Referees Society. He became coach and president of Wilkes
Barre RFC. He is doing construction work and some artwork. No one is sure which
is which.
6TT/1.82 M
RICHARD MORRIS
185 Ibs/13 st 3 Ibs
FLANKER/#8/CENTER
27 9/12 yrs
LAND SURVEYOR
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Richard has quickly become a fixture with SFRFC. His leadership on and off the
pitch has won him numerous awards and honors. Some of which are: Allegheny
Rugby Union Select XV, 1978-81. Norfolk City Blues 3rd place Nat'l Club Side Championships 1982. Virginia Rugby Union Select XV 1982-84, Rio Grande Union Select
XV 1984-85, Western Rugby Union Sevens Select 1985, Western Rugby Union Select
Side 1986. For those off the pitch. Only man to close down every pub in town
in the same evening. Stays out later than Dave Wheelock! Won't go home unless
bodily carried. Can't be insulted, a true feral child. He has managed to be elected
club treasurer two years running. He can be reached by sky phone as he is continually on vacation. He states he is representing SFRFC across the country but
is suspected of representing himself and our money.
Here's hoping you never
find out how good we
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We have a dedicated and experienced staff in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
As independent insurance agents, we can find the best policy for you because
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We hope you'll never have to find out, but if you do, you'll find out just how
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Albuquerque 87109
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A special thanks to the businesses and persons who continually support
Santa Fe Rugby and our fund raising efforts.
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PELLA RIO GRANDE, INC.
560 Montezuma, Suite 101
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Office: (605) 984-2210
NMWats 1-800-227-5240
Residence: 473-1129
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CONSULTANT
HICKS PENSION SERVICES
ACTUAHES AND EMPLOYEE BENEFIT SPEOAUSTS
St. Francis Professional Center
1440-B St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505) 988-9739
Albuquerque: (505) 883-1616
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Continuous Food Service
every day 11:00 am to late night
lii Just off the Plaza
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MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
1027C Canyon Rd. • Santa Fe, NM 87501
(505)983-1604
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I
537 Juniper Dr.
Santa Fe. N.M. 87501
Restaurant and Lounge
Seafood specials every evening
50 Lincoln Avenue at San Francisco Street
983-8687
5'6"M.67 M
140 lbs/10 st
29 5 / 1 2 yrs
)OEL MEDINA
FULLBACK/WING/CENTER
ELECTRICAL SALES REP
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe. New Mexico
|oel was an immediate sensation upon taking up the game in 1981. His elusive
running style gained his SFRFC's Rising Star Award his first year, and he represented
the Rio Grande RFU in 1982-83. Never one to back down from larger players. )oel
has sustained his share of hard knocks, and has missed a bit of the action in recent years. Healthy now. he figures to be a major force in Santa Fe's backline. |oel
enjoys bull-riding, if that's possible, and will probably show you his cowboy boots
if you ask nicely. |oel is also an accomplished basketball player, so don't be surprised when you see him dribble the ball when he breaks free.
6'4"/1.9 M
160 IbsMl st 61 Ibs
32 1 0 / 1 2 yrs
LOUIS B. MARTINEZ
FULLBACK/WING
GEOLOGIST
Hard-To-Tell RFC
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Lewie has played for every rugby club between Albuquerque and Santa Fe; his
distinctions include presidency of U N M and Santa Fe Clubs. He also served as
Rio Grande Union president, during which time he introduced the now-firmly
established institution of the President's Harem. As a geologist, Lewie just loves
rocks. His motto is, "Never take anything for granite". Appears tallest in photographs.
Best tackier on this or any other tour. Recently married to childhood acquaintance
Melissa, where followed a eerily "dry" reception. Lewie has promised to make
amends in the pubs. Gather 'round!
5 10' '/1.77 M
190 Ibs/12 st 81 Ibs
33 10/12 yrs
GREG GIBBS
PROP
ACCOUNTANT
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Greg is re-starting his rugby career for Santa Fe after a brief stint with Colorado
College. The club hopes he has half the talent in The Game as he has in golf; Greg
virtually owns the Santo Cup. awarded to the winner of the annual Santo Invitational Golf Tournament. Greg also excels at darts; several bar owners in Santa Fe
have invited him to display his skills—elsewhere. Greg's rugby services will probably be saved for the Warlingham affair—watch out! Mr. Gibbs will also be in
charge of accepting pre-match hospitalities (i.e. drinks) on behalf of the Club.
CONGENITAL |IM SIMMS
PROP/PROP/PROP
PSYCHOLOGICAL COUNSELOR?
5 10'M.77 M
200 Ibs/14 st 4 Ibs
44 1 1 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
"And ye, red-lipped and smooth browed; list, Gentlemen;
Much is there waits you we have missed;
Much lore we leave you worth the knowing.
Much, much has lain outside our ken;
And to speak of laying, did you see yon lass in the mini?
Verily I say, I long to..."
Witness the kind of malarkey we put up with to have |im play with us. He actually
asked us to print this in his profile! Mr. Simms is the closest thing to a legend US
rugby has produced so far. He's the grey-haired gentleman who would appear to
know better. Should you find him wandering aimlessly, please-point him towards
the team bus. )im retired the Club's Atrocity Belt by winning it three years in succession. Need we say more?
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JOHN HOS1E HOSEMANN
CENTER/FLANKER/FULLBACK
C.P.A.
5'8"/1.72 M
170 lbs/12 st 2 Ibs
36 8/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
|ohn is emabarking on his third tour having previously toured luarez, Mexico and
Rochester. New York, two of the great scenic wonders of North America. After
14 years of abusing his body playing rugby, not to mention his demented childhood,
John can't seem to make up his mind about which position he plays. Ask and he
will play them all especially if he feels you really need and love him. When |ohn
isn't playing rugby he and his lifelong friend, Winnie The Pooh, engage in heated
discussions of the rights of man. He fantasizes about pickles and Jim Simms and
doesn't like redheads, or is it vice versa?
CHIC KELTY
PROP
I.B.M. CUSTOMER ENGINEER
5 11/1.80 M
200 Ibs/14 st 4 Ibs
42 8/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chic has honored the Santa Fe RFC with his smart dress and sly ways for 10 years.
He has just now come into his own having reached the age when a prop is in his
glory. He is married to Mary Helen who says he has the mooost beautiful eyes.
His other physical assets speak for themselves. Chic comes alive after a few brews,
a proverbial hit of the party. Belly dancing is his specialty. It has been rumored
that when he goes to the big scrum in the sky he will donate his house, including
Mary Helen to the Santa Fe Santos. What a guy!
MICHAEL WATSON
FLANKER/WING/CENTER/HOOKER
CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT
610/1.82 M
175 lbs/12 st 7 Ibs
36 0 / 1 2
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mike is the kind of guy that you just wouldn't think had it in him. He is the kind
of rugger who doesn't like to stay still, all over the field. It's also the way he likes
to live. He's traveled all over the world, and after you get a few pints in him. the
stories he can tell. He spent some time in Saudi Arabia playing for the Yenbo al
Nawa Barbarians. 'Playing on pitches of nothing but sand reminds me of running
down the arroyos in Nambe." Mike's hobbies include driving his souped up Ford
Pee-cup around the Plaza.
SHANNON P. ROBINSON
HOOKER/MISSIONARY
ATTORNEY/CHILI DIPPER
5'7"/1.7 M
303 lbs/21 st 9 Ibs
37 11/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Walked on for Orange Park, Florida RFC, the unheralded beginning of a beautiful
love affair with the game, i.e. he is constantly %-*&#!ing up. The collective consciousness (or lack thereof) can be attributed to Shannon, who periodically subjects us to "motivational workshops." The first winner of the Atrocity Belt, Shannon emerges from his Albuquerque crash pad every two years to run for New Mexico state senate. He is the major lobbier for Clean Restrooms in our otherwise
fair state. When not insulting major judicial figures. Shannon enjoys golf and Schaefer
beer. "If there is anything 1 want from this tour it's a cheap shot at Lewis Martinez." Only unanimous choice on this year's Rio Grande Cantina select side. Also
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ANDREW BURDETT
HOOKER/WING FORWARD
ELECTRICIAN
5'7"/170 M
160 lbs/11 st
26 1 0 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Denver, Colorado
Andrew "Kiwi" Burdett from New Zealand. Best noted for his position on the rugby
team as hooker due to his tight curls and tight ass. Played New Zealand Collegiate
Rugby 1975-1977, "played with" the Santa Fe Womens Rugby Football Club
1983-1984 due to his preference for American Women. Member of the New Zealand
Artificial Insemination Association... let your imagination run wild. Now residing
in Denver, Colorado.
SETH CHAUVET
6T/1.85 M
230 Ibs/16 st 61 Ibs
31 8 / 1 2 yrs
#8/FLAIMKER
BANKER
Albuquerque Aardvarks
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Seth wandered into Albuquerque after being chased out of Rosa's Cantina. He
had been hiding out in El Paso from 1979-84. playing rugby for the Scorpions.
He was a representative player for the Rio Grande selects (79-841. After his horse
died in Albuquerque, he decided to stick around to play for the Aardvarks. Not
only is he a dynamic force on the pitch, he's even a BIGGER force in a shopping
mall. He says his BIGGEST claim to fame was teaching Dave Wheelock how to fly fish.
CARL BABY ORTEGA
HOOKER/CENTER
INDUSTRIALIST, NAMBE MILLS
5'7"/1.7 M
185 Ibs/13 st 3 Ibs
31 9 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Husband of jane, father of Don, lover of junque phood. It's strange but true, Carl
was a state wrestling champion at 155 Ibs. He later wrestled in college at 142!
Carl was voted Most Valuable Forward of the 1982 High Desert Classic Tournament. He is without a doubt Santa Fe's sneakiest player; he has raised touch rugby
to a new level, and currently heads the international movement to have it adopted
as an Olympic sport. Carl's ambition on the Tour is to leer at more women than
Hosie. Voted fastest slow winger in the Union, 1978
ROBBIE C. DAY
SCRUM HALF/CENTER
RESTAURANT OWNER
5'8"/1.72 M
175 Ibs/12 st 7 Ibs
31 2/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Rob has played with two clubs in Italy, Perugia and Torino; the Zurich RFC, and
the University of British Columbia Old Boys. His best rugby however, has been
played in New Mexico, with the Aardvarks and Santa Fe. Having shown his teammates THE MOVE, Rob is content nowadays to buy drinks for oldsters at his
restaurant and tell them rugby stories. Billed by the press as "the best sevens player
in New Mexico," Rob is certainly a gifted player. His congenial exterior belies his
seriousness towards life, as evidenced by his impressive collection of trench coats
and fashionable hats.
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LOCK
LAWYER FEDERAL PUBLIC DEFENDER
6 5"/1.95 M
220 l b s / 1 5 st l O l b s
33 0 / 1 2 yrs
UNM Brujos
Albuquerque, New Mexico
All of us in Santa Fe know Peter very well, having had the opportunity to be his
teammate from 1978 till last year. Having moved to Albuquerque, Peter now plays
with the Brujos. His leadership abilities have helped solidify their forwards, as is
evident by him being elected scrum captain by his teammates. He has been Rio
Grande representative side player for years now and was just recently selected
to the Western RFU select side. When asked what his most meaningful experience
in life has been he replied, "I went fishing with David Wheelock once." This is.
of course, a lie.
FRED HARPER
FLANKER
PHYSICIST
5'10"/1.77 M
18? lbs/13 st 3 Ibs
33 6/12 yrs
Albuquerque Aardvarks RFC
Albuquerque. New Mexico
Fred's rugby career began at Yale University, an obscure finishing school for wayward
boys somewhere back East. He's also played for South Jersey, University of Virginia,
and Club Sudamericano. A representative player for both the Virginia and Rio
Grande Rugby Unions. Fred can be distinguished on the pitch by his numerous
state-of-the-art prosthetic devices. Fred claims to have missed the bulk of his career
due to something he calls the "Foggy Shroud." He edits the Aardvark newsletter,
The Bark, and has been arrested for monogamy, bolemia. anorexia, and statutory
flatulence.
LARRY N. SMITH
LOCK
LAWYER
6T/1.85 M
210 lbs/15 st 10 Ibs
45 9/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Most aged member of Santa Fe RFC. Played for the following foreign teams: The
Entrance R.F.C. (N.S.W., Australia), Central Coast Seagulls (N.S.W., Australia), Texas
XXX's RFC (Texas). Early in his career Smith's excellent play at fly-half caused his
elevation to second row As Smith was thought to be small for that position la problem Smith has since remedied), the selection committee was heard to remark,
"It's simply a question of where he can do the least damage." The Rio Grande
RFU survived two years of his presidency. The Rio Grande RFU Select Side is still
staggering from his game as full back eight years ago.
RAY MARRONE AKA "JOCKO"
AKA "THE ITALIAN STALLION"
FLY HALF/SCRUM HALF
HAPPILY RETIRED
5'9"/1.75 M
175 Ibs/12 st 7 Ibs
40 0/12 yrs
Santa Fe/Aardvarks RFC
Santa Fe/Albuquerque
"The Baloney Pony" has more nicknames than most of us have fleas. This is because
of the vast respect he has accumulated amongst his teammates over the years,
and the longing he has produced in the hearts of many a rugby groupie. Ray played
in the first rugby match ever played in New Mexico in 1970. and was a founder
of both the Santa Fe and Aardvark clubs. Ray's career came to an abrupt end when
he retired in 1980, '81, '82. '83, '84, and '85. Rio Grande RFU selects, 1976-69.
Ray is one of the better-dressed members of the Tour, and you will probably encounter him wearing at least one item of your apparel during his stay. Ray says
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DAN MARKS
PROP/HOOKER
TV CAMERAMAN
El Paso Outlaws
El Paso, Texas
Dan has been honorably abusing his body for just on eight years now. He is a
distinguished member along with Chic Kelty, of the blue-eyed prop consortium.
He is publicly working as a TV camerman filming news broadcasts, while at night
he secretly plays the washtub bass for the embryonic, bumblebee, old-timey string
band. His rugby career has found him playing in Dallas, for Our Gang Social Club,
at New Mexico Tech, and for the El Paso Scorpions before he finally settled in
with the Outlaws. His hobbies include playing ice hockey and reading foreign beer
labels.
MARY SULIMA
CLUB TRAINER
ASST. PHYSICAL THERAPIST/ACUPUNCTURIST
5'5"/1.65 M
118 lbs/8 st 6 Ibs
25 1/12 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Mary came to the Santa Fe Rugby Football Club in summer of 1983. She began
practicing her own brand of voo doo and obtained miraculous results from the
very start. Her use of herbs, acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, along with rehabilative
sports physical therapy has been more than warmly received. In addition to her
medical background she is co-holder of the first women to be elected to the SFRFC
board. She has been in charge of fund raising for two years, and along with cohort Ava Morris, has truly brought organization and success to this elected position. Mary can be a ball of energy and knows much about the art of social
conversation.
IAVIER BARRONE
CENTER
SALOON KEEPER
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5'4"/1.7 M
165 Ibs/11 st 11 Ibs
25 10/12 years
El Paso Outlaws
El Paso, Texas
lavier's ancestors were once in cahoots with Billy the Kid, and were finally apprehended hiding out in the New Mexico Badlands. They were caught snoozing
after a wild night at Rosa's Cantina. Hence, the phrase, "You snooze, you lose."
Javier still shows some of that same wild streak whenever he is "on the road again."
When lavier is not tending the saloon he is out tracking Halley's comet using his
data based functional systematic software of the D.U.M.P. sequence. Quite a mind
he has. Also fleet of foot, short of breath, always on top of the situation; especially
when the situation is lying underneath him.
CHUCK "CABALLO" ROMERO
CENTER/WING
LEER HEATING FOREMAN
6 O"/1.82 M
170 Ibs/12 st 2 Ibs
24 5 / 1 2 yrs
Santa Fe RFC
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Chuck played American Football in High School as a Linebacker and brought his
aggressive, hard hitting, and high-tempered style of play to the Santos. He started
playing rugby only three years ago and has proven his ability by being selected
to the Rio Grande Union Select Side in '84 and '85 and the Western RFU under
23's. He has toured Southern California and played against the Saskatchewan RFC
side. Chuck speaks fluent Japanese when excited. Chuck is the only member of
the Club that has had a day named in his honor; every year Santa Feans celebrate
Chuck Romero Day. Richard Morris states, "I have seen Chuck stumble and fall,
but I have never seen him slack off."
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ROADRUNNER
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The desert clown, unique to our region and like nothing you ever saw on land or
sea. "The Roadrunner" is a ground dweller of the cuckoo family, two feet long, with a
bill longer than his head and an appetite longer than his tail. A bedouin, a true son of
the desert—but never a vagabond.
At first sight he appears tail heavy—but his best stunts depend on that tail. He is
a speed demon and will race anything from a horned toad to a Cadillac; and when he
is quite sure he has won, he will turn off to the side, throw his tail in the air, dig his toes
in the ground, and look back in impudent astonishment. Though wild and lawless he
makes an amusing pet, not at all shy, ready to eat anything he can swallow, and an
inveterate show-off—quite a ventriloquist at times. Ranchers like him around the
barnyard and all Mexicans love him as their loyal "Paisano".
Roadrunners are courageous and selfsupporting and do an enormous amount of good in
the world. They eat incredible numbers of the very
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