2002

Diners Of America Results 
as of May 30, 2002 22:25

Final Scores

Thanks From JHCC - note to riders

First a note from the main RallyBubba:

This rally would not be possible without the great group of people who make it happen. They deserve every word of praise I can summon, yet it doesn't quite seem to be enough. This entire concept was Todd Harley Trash Witte's; it came from an AMA article last winter- and he ran with it.  There's a saying in theatre that goes something like "If it's got legs, run with it". We ran and had a blast doing it.  Why else would one go to Eastport, Grand Marais or Daytona looking for a diner?
Also, thanks to all the participants; whether you came with your best "game face" or just to have a good time. It occurs to me, there wasn't just one rally, but 80 different rallies and I was fortunate enough to get to be part of that experience.

As I sit here, there is an incredible mound of toys, cameras, and other stuff. As most of you know, we don't require a cash donation for the Johns Hopkins Childrens' Center; just the purchase of an item from a list. Almost every rider brought more than one item from that list; your generosity is simply amazing.

Here is the tally: 70 disposable cameras (plus 3 multi-packs); 2 complete 35mm camera sets; 19 journals; 12 headsets; 11 cassette tapes for children; 13 cassette tapes of "good" modern groups (including Journey, Aerosmith & Sting- yes introduction to the classics); 14 gel ink sets & 17 small writing tablets; 15 sets of Silly Putty eggs; 13 Lego sets; 17 decks of playing cards (2 Harley decks); 30 vials of nail polish; 6 pop-bead sets; 13 baby rattles (Disney seem to be the most popular); and, $95 worth of instant scratch off tickets resulting in $58 in winners (one rider purchased 4-$5 scratch off tickets and another tossed in $3 for the Super 6 lottery).

The kids at Hopkins will really appreciate your efforts. thanks- Rick.
Here are 2 photos: first one is our friend Jim Young (courtesy of Tracy Horstman); the second is of Larry Witte at the Flight 93 Memorial near Shanksville (courtesy of Todd Witte).

 
Jim Young            Flight 93

Rally Leg Maps

Rider #
Name
Map
2
Don Arthur
Map [269k]
12
Rob Nye
Map [209k]
5
Wolfgang Enneker
Map [210k]

Ride Reports & Photo Gallery
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Name
Name
Paul Pelland (story)
Don Arthur (story)
Don Graling (story)
Chris Sakala & Nancy Collins (story)
John Shingara (story)
Steve Herczeg (photos)

Gary Stipe (story)

Shawn Blair (story)

Don Scelza (story)

Phil Sweatman (story)

Tom Cotter (story)

Brad Ketterling (story)

Diners Of America Scoresheet - Final
as of June 17, 2002 21:31

Special Awards

Close Enough to Get the Cigar
 
Highest Rookie
Mike Wesley (#28) @ 2:55pm
 
Gary Stipe (#92)
     
Winner of The Jim Young Trophy
 
Highest 2-up Couple
Wolfgang Enneker (#5)
 
Carolyn & Michael McDaniel (#69)

Final Standings

 

Rank

ID

Rider

Total Points

1

2

Don Arthur

4,339,652

2

12

Rob Nye

4,073,726

3

5

Wolfgang Enneker

3,800,694

4

51

Charlie Huber

3,787,277

5

1

Scott Davis

3,778,343

6

52

Doug Bailey

3,462,483

7

26

John Murray

3,254,994

8

17

Rick Snyder

3,248,875

9

75

Tom Cotter

3,214,771

10

48

Dean Tanji

3,214,372

11

92

Gary Stipe

3,181,072

12

124

Lisa Landry

3,155,136

13

69

Carolyn & Michael McDaniel

3,114,201

14

76

David Prebble

3,050,304

15

9

Wally Nichols

2,986,077

16

35

Dale Horstman

2,969,732

17

22

Bob Edgett

2,957,139

18

88

John Tice

2,888,045

19

65

Steve Herczeg

2,830,615

20

7

Christine Fallon & Paul Pelland

2,828,703

21

32

Bob Held

2,821,465

22

45

Ed Day

2,713,176

23

8

Don Graling

2,696,759

24

14

Bill Shaw

2,693,258

25

11

Kim Raub, Sr

2,675,547

25

10

Kim Raub, Jr

2,675,547

27

47

Ed Phleps

2,663,917

28

40

John Atkinson

2,652,412

29

13

Chris Sakala

2,603,039

30

93

Nancy Collins

2,508,859

31

55

Bonnie Hauck

2,434,151

32

54

Verne Hauck

2,434,026

33

71

Bill Wade

2,374,900

34

36

Wade Butler

2,365,628

35

28

Michael Wesley

2,327,233

36

68

Phil Sweatman

2,306,035

37

34

June Boice

2,303,159

38

24

Shawn Blair

2,253,744

39

44

Richard Frost

2,232,100

40

101

Ed Rogers

2,231,122

41

66

Eric Grube

2,162,698

42

78

Cindy & Jim Coogan

2,132,861

43

79

John Swatzell

2,130,636

44

23

Donald Scelza

2,099,801

45

81

Daniel Baker

2,034,040

46

72

Art Grogan

1,962,789

47

91

Keith Carr

1,903,175

48

82

Louis Cossa

1,885,767

49

94

Douglas Glassman

1,867,083

50

25

Paul Mlinar

1,861,992

51

39

David Derrick

1,810,577

52

43

Pete Murray

1,809,522

53

16

Todd Peer

1,699,046

54

77

Kenneth Trass

1,649,646

55

53

John Shingara

1,647,927

56

95

Larry Witte

1,628,304

57

41

D. George Derrick

1,595,496

58

83

Joe Babkowski

1,572,835

59

64

Hugh Caldwell

1,572,585

60

67

Craig Johnston

1,572,584

61

18

Amy Chadwell & Terry Roberts

1,478,717

62

59

Erik Anderson

1,447,235

63

20

Patrick Hochberg

1,443,513

64

6

Jim Sparkman

1,443,263

65

86

Greg Warfield

1,440,841

66

29

Art Grantz

1,439,628

67

58

Terry Kirkpatrick

1,309,821

68

63

Thomas Hinton

1,309,321

68

62

Bob Givens

1,309,321

70

70

Lori Kobayashi

1,265,656

71

15

Grant Polley

1,259,580

72

84

David DiCarlo

(10,808,644)

73

100

Brad Ketterling

(10,539,984,010)

The Following Riders Have Technically not yet "DNF'd"
as penalties are still accruing. 
If a rider wishes to get a score, please obtain a time, dated gas receipt 
from York, PA, enclose in an envelope with your rallybook, 
send it to the Rally's PO Box, and you will get scored.

 

27

Rick Bloxom

DNF

 

37

Jack Hornbeck

DNF

 

46

Leonard Roy

DNF

 

56

Rick Romig

DNF

 

61

Tom Mellown

DNF

 

73

George Polochak

DNF

 

85

Skip Poncavage

DNF

 

 

 

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