Chris Bock, who is celebrating who is celebrating his 50th year in attendance at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, has been appointed our next Chief Judge.
Mr. Bock attended his first Pebble Beach Concours back in 1963 at the young age of 18. A decade later he was appointed a Class Judge, and he has continued to serve among the judges on 27 occasions, often acting as Chief Class Judge for American Classics. He also serves on the Concours Selection Committee, a group of about a dozen experts who choose the cars that are invited to participate in this event, and he plays key roles overseeing field and ramp operations on Concours Sunday, making certain that all runs smoothly. He has also been an entrant on five occasions—often showing Packards, a marque to which he is devoted.
Apart from the Concours, Mr. Bock has also served as President and National Head Judge of the Classic Car Club of America and editor of The Cormorant for The Packard Club. He is a retired real estate broker and a foster parent.
Chief Honorary Judge
Glenn Mounger retired in 2005 from his position as Co-Chairman of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, but he continues to participate in and officiate at this and other automotive events around the world. Throughout much of the 1980s and 1990s, Mr. Mounger served among our faithful Class Judges. He joined the Concours’ Executive Committee in the spring of 1999, and he stepped into the role of Chairman that fall.
Mr. Mounger also has served as a regional director of the Classic Car Club of America, which he joined in 1978, and he is an ongoing member of that and many other car clubs. Mr. Mounger is a former trustee of the Classic Car Club of America Museum and a member of the steering committees of the LeMay Museum, the National Automobile Museum, and the Kirkland Concours d’Elegance. A highly regarded expert on American Classics, particularly Duesenbergs, Mr. Mounger is a fan of everything from Brass Era vehicles to Hot Rods. He is also passionate about the importance of using—driving!—and preserving cars. In fact, he brought the first Preservation Classes to this Concours.
Mr. Mounger previously co-owned Pacific Trail Sportswear and served as Chairman and CEO of MAGIC, the world’s largest international sportswear trade show.
2012 Honorary Judges
Silvio Angori joined Pininfarina S.p.A.as Group Chief Operating Officer in 2007, and in 2009 he was elected Chief Executive Officer. Previously, he served as General Manager of the Commercial Vehicle Emissions global business unit for ArvinMeritor, Inc. (now Meritor), where he worked since 1994. He has also held research positions at Agusta Helicopters and Fiat Research Center. Mr. Angori earned an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago and a masters degree in Theoretical Physics from “La Sapienza” University in Rome, Italy.
Manvendra Singh Barwani
His Highness Rana Manvendra Singh belongs to the erstwhile royal family of Barwani in Madhya Pradesh. With a keen interest in automobiles from an early age, he successfully melded his passionate hobby with work, starting India’s first vintage and classic car restoration workshop in 1978. Today he is a well-known and respected authority on vintage and classic cars in India. As such, he has been featured on numerous television programs, and he has written for a multitude of publications. He coauthored the book Automobiles of the Maharajas with Sharada Dwivedi.
A founding member of the Vintage and Classic Car Club of India, Manvendra Singh serves as Curator for the Cartier Travel with Style Concours d’Elegance and has judged at many car events. He represents India on FIA’s Historic Motor Sport Commission and is a member of the Society of Automotive Historians.
Dr. Ulrich Bez has been the Chief Executive Officer of Aston Martin since 2000. The company, now in its 100th year, has operated independently for the last five years, and Dr. Bez has been responsible for its rapid growth. During this period, Aston Martin has returned to competitive motorsport, and more than 20 new models have been introduced, including the DB9, the One-77, the V12 Zagato and the new supercar—the Vanquish shown here at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Prior to joining Aston Martin, Dr. Bez led the product design and development of the BMW Z1, the Porsche 993 and the Daewoo Matiz.
A skilled racer, Dr. Bez regularly competes in the Nürburgring 24-hour race, and he recently piloted the 1959 Le Mans–winning DBR1 at Le Mans in honor of Carroll Shelby and Roy Salvadori.
Michael Bock is Head of Mercedes-Benz Classic and CEO of the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, which is among the most fascinating car museums worldwide. He has both a technical and a commercial background, and having worked for Mercedes-Benz for 31 years, he has a deep understanding of its history and its cars.
Mercedes-Benz Classic has an archive with information that dates from the invention of the car in 1886 up to today. It also restores Mercedes cars and manages the worldwide supply and reproduction of original spare parts for these cars.
Mr. Bock is a strong supporter of originality. He appreciates the cultural aspects of collecting and preserving cars and is devoted to helping people move from a fascination with cars to an experience with them.
Stephen F. Brauer
St. Louis, MO
Stephen Brauer is Chairman and CEO of Hunter Engineering Company, which designs, manufactures, and sells computer-based automotive service equipment to automobile manufacturers and dealers worldwide.
In June 2001 President George W. Bush appointed Mr. Brauer as U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, where he served until September 2003. He is a past member of the Smithsonian National Board and is active in numerous charitable and civic organizations.
Mr. Brauer is a longtime collector of American classic cars, Springfield Rolls-Royce, and postwar coach-built Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
Bainbridge Island, WA
Thomas Bryant retired from Road & Track magazine in 2008 after 20 years as Editor-in-Chief, capping his 36-year career. Shortly after becoming Editor-in-Chief Mr. Bryant initiated the Road & Track Trophy at the Pebble Beach Concours for “The Car the Editors Would Most Like to Drive.”
Prior to his publishing career, Mr. Bryant spent two years as a Foreign Service Officer, and he later worked in radio broadcasting. But his love of cars led him to the Road & Track family in 1972.
Ian Callum, Jaguar Director of Design, spent the first 12 years of his career working in Ford Design studios, where he contributed to the creation of the Escort RS Cosworth and the Ghia Via Concept. Later, as Chief Designer of TWR Design, he was responsible for the Aston Martin DB7 and Vanquish, and he contributed to the design of the Ford Puma, Volvo C70 and Nissan R390 LeMans.
Mr. Callum joined Jaguar in 1999 but continued to manage Aston Martin Design, developing the DB9 as well as heading the Jaguar Design team, creating the R-Coupe, RD-6, and the C-XF Concept. The latest XK, the XF and the XJ were designed entirely under Mr. Callum’s directorship.
Moray Callum is Executive Director of Ford Americas Design. He has overall responsibility for the design of all cars and trucks created in Ford’s North and South America studios, and he also guides the design of Lincoln and Mercury products.
Since 2006, Mr. Callum has been responsible for implementing and executing the design strategy involving all Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars and car-based crossovers. He oversaw the design of the 2010 Taurus and directed the teams that developed the 2010 Mustang, Fusion and Mercury Milan designs. He first joined Ford in 1995, designing key North American products such as the 2000 Taurus and production vehicles such as the last generation of Super Duty pickups.
Previously, Mr. Callum was head of Mazda’s worldwide design. He has also worked for Chrysler Corporation UK, Peugeot-Citroën PSA, and Ghia Spa.
Benedetto Camerana serves as President and Chairman of the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile in Turin, Italy.
An architect with a doctoral degree in Architecture History from Turin Polytechnic, Mr. Camerana founded Camerana & Partners in 1997 and serves as its CEO. His projects include the Olympic Village for the Winter Olympic Games held in Turin in 2006, Environment Park Centro Servizi, Alfa Romeo Museum, Italian Avant-garde in Car Design show, RAI Symphony Hall redesign, Bicocca Village Multiplex Center, Juventus Museum, Ferrari Atelier, Turin University Einaudi Campus, Maria M. Giovani Church and Porta Europa Towers.
He edited Eden: L’Architettura nel paesaggio magazine from 1993 to 1997, and he was a professor at the European Institute of Design from 1999 to 2008 and at Turin Polytechnic from 2010 to 2011.
Ian Cameron is Chief Designer of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, having studied automotive design, Mr. Cameron worked for Ogle Design, Pininfarina and Iveco-Fiat early in his career. He moved to BMW in 1992, serving first as Exterior Design Studio Manager, where he was the project leader for the 3 series, the Z8, and the Range Rover. In 1999 he was appointed to his current position.
Mr. Cameron is also a member of the Experimental Aircraft Association and the Royal Aeronautical Society. His interests include not only cars, planes, boats and motorsports, but also architecture, art, current affairs, photography and travel.
Wayne K. Cherry
Bloomfield Hills, MO
A graduate of Art Center, Wayne Cherry joined GM in 1962, spending 26 years in Europe where he became responsible for the design of all GM European vehicles. From 1992 to 2004 as Vice President of Design he was personally responsible for the new design direction for Cadillac and helped to reestablish GM as a design leader with a wide range of concepts from Autonomy to Solstice, and the Cadillac concepts Evoq and Cadillac Sixteen. Retired after 42 years, Mr. Cherry is a consultant with MIT, P&G’s Design Board, and he designed the VSR sports rod.
Miles C. Collier
Miles Collier is a respected connoisseur of automobiles and a keen student of their history. He is especially interested in automobiles as historic documents of their period. Consequently, he has developed a series of symposia on “Connoisseurship and the Collectible Automobile.” Targeted toward serious collectors, curators, museum directors and restorers, these programs offer in-depth and rigorous study of the major questions pertaining
to automobile collecting.
Mr. Collier has also recently partnered with Stanford University as the founding underwriter of the Stanford-Revs Project, a multidisciplinary, university-wide center for automotive studies that will examine the human-automobile interrelationship in its broadest terms—past, present and future.
Mr. Collier is also a successful practicing artist and an active philanthropist in higher education.
Keith E. Crain
Keith Crain is chairman of Crain Communications, a privately held company that publishes over 30 business, trade and consumer publications and employs approximately 1,000 people in 18 offices internationally. His responsibilities include serving as editor-in-chief of several publications including Automotive News. Additionally, he is editorial director of AutoWeek. In 2002, Mr. Crain launched Automobilwoche (meaning AutomobileWeek), a German-language newspaper covering the entire new-vehicle industry, from suppliers to automakers to franchised dealers.
Orchard Lake, MI
Jim Farley is Group Vice President of Marketing, Sales and Service for Ford Motor Company. In this role, he holds worldwide responsibility for the company’s marketing activities and also plays a key role in new product development. Known as an innovative marketing leader, he has led Ford to new achievements in the areas of integrated global marketing, advertising, digital communications and brand development.
Mr. Farley joined Ford in 2007, following a 17-year career with Toyota that included senior roles with Lexus, Toyota Division, and Scion. A graduate of Georgetown University and UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, he is an avid automotive enthusiast with a collection of significant cars ranging from a 1934 Ford hot rod to a 1964 USRRC Shelby Cobra that he vintage races.
Henrik Fisker cofounded Fisker Automotive in 2007 and is its Executive Chairman and Chief Designer. He also cofounded Fisker Coachbuild in 2005 and is its Chief Executive Officer.
From 2001 to 2005 Mr. Fisker held prominent design positions at Ford Motor Company. He was Creative Director at Ingeni and a member of the Board of Directors and Design Director at Aston Martin, where he designed the Aston Martin V8 Vantage and was responsible for the production launch design of the DB9. He was also Director of Ford’s Global Advanced Design Studio in southern California, where several show cars, including the Shelby GR1 concept, were designed under his direction.
Mr. Fisker previously served as President and Chief Executive Officer of DesignworksUSA, BMW’s California-based industrial design subsidiary. Some of his most notable works include the BMW Z07 concept and the Z8 Roadster.
Jackie L. Frady
Jackie L. Frady is Executive Director of the National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) in Reno, Nevada. The museum opened in 1989 and exhibits more than 200 automobiles, the majority of which are from the famous collector William F. Harrah.
Jackie Frady is a member of the Board of Directors and Past President of the National Association of Automobile Museums, and she chairs the association’s scholarship and marketing programs. She also serves on the Advisory Board of the Off-Road Motorsports Hall of Fame and is Past President of the Nevada Museums Association, among other professional affiliations.
Bay Harbor, MI
Tom Gale joined Chrysler in 1967. He became Vice President of Design in 1985 and maintained that role as well as serving in a series of executive management positions before retiring from the Board of Management in 2000.
Throughout his career Mr. Gale has been steadfast in his support for design. He was responsible for the creation of over 50 concept and show vehicles, along with a multitude of production vehicles like Viper, Ram Truck, Minivan, and Chrysler 300.
Fabrizio Giugiaro is Co-Chairman and Styling Director of Italdesign Giugiaro, which is now part of the Volkswagen AG. As such, Mr. Giugiaro works in full and reciprocal collaboration with the management of the Volkswagen AG, providing creativity for future new vehicles and making an important contribution to the VW 2018 global growth strategy.
Mr. Giugiaro went to work for Italdesign full-time in 1990. In 2006 he was appointed to oversee the Styling Direction of Giugiaro Design, the Industrial Design business unit, and in 2010 he was appointed Chairman of Giugiaro Architettura, a company owned by the Giugiaro family for architectural projects
and urban design.
Newport Beach, California
Kevin Hunter, President of Toyota Motor Corporation’s North American design studio Calty Design Research, is a graduate of the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan.
Mr. Hunter is the first American to serve as president in Calty’s 38 years of operation in the United States. He is responsible for overseeing research, advanced design and production design at the studios in both Newport Beach, California, and Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A nationally known automotive historian, Leo Levine began his racing career while working as a newspaperman in Europe in the 1950s, driving for Porsche, BMW and NSU in Europe and South America before confining his efforts to the typewriter at the end of 1960.
Mr. Levine was the syndicated auto writer for The New York Herald Tribune, he wrote the Ford Motor Company racing history Ford: The Dust and the Glory, and he has been a contributing editor for a number of magazines. He was the general manager of public relations for Mercedes-Benz of North America from 1969 to 1988, the period of that marque’s greatest growth on this continent.
Jochen Mass is a racing great with numerous successes to his credit. As a Formula 1 racer from 1973 to 1982, he drove for Surtees, McLaren, ATS and Arrows, among others. Before and after his Formula 1 career, he scored many wins in sports cars, most often driving Porsche or Mercedes-Benz sports prototypes. With Hans-Joachim Stuck, he won the 24 Hours of Spa in 1972, and he went on to win the World Sportscar Championship that year. In 1987, with Bobby Rahal, he won the 12 Hours of Sebring, and in 1989 he won the 24 Hours of Le Mans. He was involved in IROC, the International Race of Champions, from 1985 through 1987, and in IMSA, the International Motor Sports Association, from 1984 through 1987.
San Francisco, CA
Tom Matano has been the Executive Director of Industrial Design at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco since 2002.
Mr. Matano has over thirty years of experience in the automotive design industry. He has held design positions at GM Design in the United States, GM Holden in Australia, and BMW in Germany. In 1983 he joined Mazda’s American design team, and from 1999 to 2002 he worked at Mazda Headquarters in Japan as an Executive Designer in charge of the Chief Designers group. His accomplishments at Mazda include the MPV, MX 5, RX 7 and many other projects by the design teams he managed.
Michael Mauer heads the Porsche Design Department. As such, he is responsible for the design and styling of automotive and industrial products.
Mr. Mauer studied design at the Polytechnic in Pforzheim in the mid-1980s, and then secured his first job in design at Mercedes-Benz AG. While there he oversaw the design of the Mercedes-Benz V Class models, the first generation SLK, the A Class, SKL and SL models. He later moved to the Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design Studio in Tokyo and then to MCC Smart GmbH.
In 2000, Mr. Mauer moved to Saab as Executive Director of Design, and in 2003 he took on responsibility for Advanced Design at General Motors Europe. He has been with Porsche since 2004.
Sir Stirling Moss
Sir Stirling Moss was British Champion for ten years, taking part in over 500 races, hill climbs, rallies and record attempts. He still holds the 1,500 cc record at over 240 mph. He won over 200 international Formula 1, 2, 3 and Sports Car Races, including the Mille Miglia, the Targa Florio, and the Tourist Trophy seven times. He was Knighted in The Queen’s New Year’s Honours in 2000.
Victor Muller is Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Swedish Automobile NV, which was formed when Spyker Cars purchased Saab Automobile from GM last year.
Mr. Muller founded Spyker Cars NV, renewing the Spyker name in the automotive world, in 2000, and he serves as its Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Muller graduated from Leiden University where he studied law, then joined Baker and McKenzie. He joined Heerema in 1989, and during the 1990s led several companies, including the McGregor Fashion Group.
Shiro Nakamura is Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, Design and Brand Management for Nissan Motor Company, Ltd.
He is responsible for overseeing the creation of distinctive and innovative designs including the Nissan 370Z, cube, GT-R, Maxima and LEAF as well as Infiniti M, G and FX.
Prior to joining Nissan in 1999, he held various senior level positions with Isuzu Motors, Ltd. In 1985, Mr. Nakamura worked at General Motors Advanced Design Studio in Michigan.
Dan Neil is the automotive critic for The Wall Street Journal and co-host of The Car Show on the Speed Channel with Adam Carolla. His new book, The Impossible Connection: The Greatest Cars of the 20th Century, will be published by Assouline this fall. He received the Pulitzer Prize in 2004 and, he wants you to know, he was the valedictorian of his class at Schwab Welding School.
Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Paefgen
Dr.-Ing. Franz-Josef Paefgen is retired from his position as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bentley Motors and President of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. from 2002 to 2011. He also held general power of attorney for Volkswagen AG.
After earning a doctorate in mechanical engineering, Dr. Paefgen worked for the Ford Motor Company. In 1980 he moved to Audi AG, where he held various senior management positions over the ensuing two decades. He became a member of its Board of Management in 1995 and was elected Chairman of the Board in 1998.
Christian Philippsen is Louis Vuitton’s ambassador to the automobile community and chairs the Louis Vuitton Classic Awards judges panel. He is also a consultant with various companies, mainly in the field of automotive design and events organization. His list of clients includes Christie’s, Pininfarina, Michelin, and Renault.
An enthusiast since birth, Mr. Philippsen started his career in assisting Jacques Swaters, the Belgian Ferrari importer of Ecurie Francorchamps fame, and is the former publisher of the respected annual Automobile Year.
Ian Robertson started his career in the automotive industry in 1979 with the Rover Group. By 1994, he had risen to the position of Managing Director of Land Rover Vehicles.
In 1999 Mr. Robertson took the helm of BMW South Africa until he joined Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as Chairman and CEO in February 2005.
In March 2008 he became the first Englishman appointed to the Board of BMW AG, where he is responsible for sales and marketing.
Costa Mesa, California
Steve Shannon is Vice President of Marketing for Hyundai Motor America, reporting directly to President and Chief Executive Officer John Krafcik.
Prior to joining Hyundai, Mr. Shannon spent more than 25 years at General Motors (GM), eventually serving as the Executive Director of marketing and product planning for the Cadillac division and spearheading the campaign that gave momentum to Cadillac’s recovery. He also had significant integration with key markets in Europe, the Middle East and China. While at GM, Mr. Shannon held several leadership roles in marketing with Saturn, followed by senior posts at Buick and Saab among others. He was also stationed for a time at GM’s European headquarters in Zurich, supporting the Opel brand across the continent. He has a bachelors degree from Harvard College and a masters degree from Columbia University.
Martin Smith is Executive Design Director for Ford of Europe, a position he was appointed to in 2004. He is also responsible for design at Ford Asia Pacific and Africa.
Prior to joining Ford of Europe, Mr. Smith was Executive Director of Design for Opel and Vauxhall and before that he was Vehicle Line Design Director for Adam Opel AG, with responsibility for compact cars. From 1977 to 1997 he held various positions at Audi AG, overseeing Audi’s external design studio in Munich beginning in 1984. In 1991, he became Audi’s Chief Designer Interior.
Mr. Smith began his career as designer for Porsche AG in 1973.
Freeman Thomas is the Design Director for Ford Motor Company’s Strategic Concepts Group–California, responsible for advanced global design activities.
Mr. Freeman has a bachelor of science in transportation design from the prestigious Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, where he was also awarded an honorary doctorate. Prior to Ford, his career spanned positions with Porsche, Audi, Volkswagen and Daimler Chrysler. He co-created the Volkswagen Concept 1/New Beetle, designed the original Audi TT/TTs concepts, and created the “Noble American Sedan,” which became the new Chrysler 300 Sedan.
Since joining Ford in 2005, he has led his design team in creating celebrated concept vehicles such as the Reflex, Airstream, Interceptor, Explorer America, Lincoln C and, most recently, the Ford Start Concept.
Gorden Wagener took over the management of the globally active Design division of Mercedes-Benz in mid-2008. Before that, he was the Director of Strategic Design and Advanced Design at Mercedes-Benz Cars in California and was involved in developing the current models of the A-, B-, C-, CLK-, CLS-, E-, S-, M- and R-Classes and the SL, SKL and SLR McLaren sports cars as the responsible designer. Before he joined Mercedes-Benz in 1997 he worked for Volkswagen, Mazda and GM.
He was appointed Professor h.c. of the University of Art and Design in Budapest in December 2009.
Edward T. Welburn Jr.
Edward T. Welburn Jr. was appointed GM Vice President—Global Design in March 2005, and is responsible for the design of all GM products worldwide. He was previously Vice President Design of GM North America since October 2003.
Mr. Welburn began his General Motors career in 1972, working in various production and advanced car and truck design studios in the United States and in Germany.
A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Mr. Welburn has a bachelor’s degree from the College of Fine Arts at Howard University where he studied sculpture and product design.
Allan Winn has been the Director of the Brooklands Museum, on the site of the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, since 2003. Born in New Zealand in 1950, he holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He worked for 29 years in publishing in the United Kingdom, the last 14 of them running Flight International magazine. He served for 17 years on the Committee of the Vintage Sports Car Club, and he drives a 1929 Bentley 3 Litre.
Paul Woudenberg first had an entry at Pebble Beach in 1957. Several entries followed in the next decade. In 1972 Phil Hill invited him to join the Pebble Beach Concours Class Judging team for European Cars. When Phil moved on, Paul took over as Chief Class Judge. Then, in 1980, Paul was asked to be the announcer for the Concours—a role that continued for thirty years until he retired in 2009. To us, Paul will always be “The Voice of the Concours.”
Paul has written six car books, published primarily by Motorbooks. Subjects include Aston Martin, Rolls-Royce, Ford and Lincoln.
Paul moved to Cape Cod in 2005, where he continues his lifelong hobby with classic cars.
Kazunori Yamauchi, a game creator in Japan, is renowned for the Gran Turismo game series that has sold over 63 million units worldwide. Joining Sony Music Entertainment in 1992, he was involved in the startup of the Sony PlayStation. Transferring to Sony Computer Entertainment in 1994, he produced his first title, MotorToon Grand Prix, and in 1997 the first of the Gran Turismo series.
He established Polyphony Digital in 1998, and he serves as its President.
He has been a board member for the Japan Car of the Year awards since 2001. Racing has been his most recent passion, and he recently completed the 2011 ADAC Nürburgring 24-hour race with a first-place finish in the SP8T class, driving a Nissan GT-R.
Andrea Zagato is the third generation Zagato to head Coachwork Zagato since its founding in 1919. In his time, the firm has built solidly on its reputation for innovative styling that embodies advanced engineering.
Zagato is today a world renowned Atelier, as it is an expression of Italian excellence in the creation of exclusive bodyworks in extremely limited production runs—from 9 to 99 units. An atelier in the third millennium must be able to reconcile time-honored workshop experience with state-of-the-art design and development technologies.
Class Judges with 30+ Years of Experience
Jerry Rosenstock (40)
William Burchett (39)
Jack Passey (39)
Allen Bishop (38)
Robert Kellner (38)
Kent Wakeford (37)
Kenneth Gooding (35)
Theodore Raines (34)
Richard Riddell (33)
Carl Steig (33)
Steve Morton (32)
Gordon Apker (31)
William Davis (30)
Class Judges with 25+ Years of Experience
Ed Gilbertson (29)
Chris Bock (28)
Neal Kirkham (28)
Rod Marconi (28)
Roger Morrison (28)
Bob Devlin (27)
Richard Adatto (26)
Siegfried Linke (26)
Alan McEwan (26)
Jim Hull (25)
Class Judges with 20+ Years of Experience
Stephen Dean (24)
Brian Pollock (24)
Ken Gross (23)
Knox Kershaw (23)
Jim Stranberg (23)
Ivan Zaremba (23)
John Ling (22)
Alan Boe (21)
Skip Marketti (21)