NOT AFFLIATED WITH THE SAN ONOFRE SURF/SURFING CLUB
1 to 20, '20'.
Best of the season Dr. Pardon the intrusion. I reside in Santa Paula CA. In the next week I'm a headn' south to pick up my brand spanken' new Stewart Surfboard with the 7 rudders. My summer home in Portland is where I'll keep it. On the way to Portland I'm stopping by Surfer's Heritage Foundation to donate my 5 board quiver of Simmons boards. 
Hello, Doc.O.J. is not the sharpest needle in the sewing basket.
Red left you are correct about O.J.I hope he dies in prison.He sure could run off tackle though.
Dr. During OJ's reign, 'Red Left' was Earl Mccullouch. I know you knew that, did you not.
It sure looks like they're going to finish the 241 Extension, if they let the construction folk alone.
McCULLOUCH-McCullouch was one of USC's most successful football/track athletes. In football, the Long Beach City College transfer lettered at end for Troy's 1967 national championship team, where he was an All-Conference first teamer while leading the Trojans in receiving (30 catches for 540 yards and 5 TDs). He then was a first round pick in the 1967 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions, playing for them for 6 years (1968-73) and with the New Orleans Saints in 1974. Nicknamed "The Pearl," he also lettered 3 years (1966-68) in track at USC, where he was a member of Troy's 1966 and 1967 NCAA champion outdoor team and the 1967 NCAA champ indoor team. He won the NCAA high hurdles crowns and ran the leadoff leg on USC's NCAA champion 400-yard relay squads in both 1967 and 1968. The 1967 NCAA-winning 400 relay quartet set a still-standing world record (38.6). A team captain in 1968, he still owns the USC record in the 120-yard high hurdles (13.2, set at the 1967 Pan Am Games Trials) and is fourth on USC's all-time 110-meter high hurdles list (13.44). He was ranked second in the world in the high hurdles in 1967 and 1968. He currently is a business manager.
Doctor Ralph, as far as I'm concerned you are Surfing's SID, and you what that means, don't you.
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