Category: 1963

Tri-State Traveling League

Teams from New York-Long Island/New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut


1962 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct.

1. Musicaro Restaurant, Massapequa, LI, NY 20- 4 .833 (LEAGUE CHAMPIONS) – 48-12 record on the Year
2. Plateau AC, Maspeth-Queens, NYC, NY 18- 6 .750
3. Shar-Don Plumbing, Wantagh, LI, NY 13-11 .542
4. Gil Hodges Club 52, Brooklyn, NYC, NY 9-11 .450
5. Olden AA, Trenton, NJ 10-14 .417
6. Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, LI, NY 6-14 .300
7. Elizabeth, NJ 3-13 .188

– Dilly Dally Club, Staten Island, NYC, NY 1- 5 .167
– League Batting Leader – Dennis Meekins, Musicaro
– League Home Run Leader – Lou Russo, Musicaro
– Pitching Leader – Duke King, Musicaro (20-4)


1963 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct.

1. Shar-Don Plumbing, Wantagh, LI, NY 15-5 .750 (LEAGUE CHAMPIONS)
2. Musicaro Foods, Massapequa, LI, NY 3-1
3. Stotz Garage, Valhalla-Westchester, NY 1-1
– Lubik Olds/Olden AA, Trenton, NJ 8-6
– Rye All Stars, Rye-Westchester, NY 1-1
– Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, LI, NY 1-1
– Murphy’s, Brooklyn, NYC, NY 0-2
– Starlight Express, Bayone, NJ/Brooklyn, NYC 1-3
– Batting Leaders – Zeke Sinicola, Shar-Don, Dennis Meekins, Musicaro
– Home Run Leaders – Lou Russo, Shar-Don; Rocky Salice, Shar-Don; Jim Galloway, Starlight
– Pitching Leaders – Bob Farris, Stotz; Duke King, Musicaro; Zeke Sinicola, Shar-Don
– NOTE – Bob Farris, Stotz (pitched two 1-0 Shutouts over Shar-Don on same night)


1964 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct. (League Champ – no info)

– Musicaro Foods, Massapequa, LI, NY 5-1
– Doc’s County Sports Center, Levittown, LI 3-1
– Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, LI, NY 1-1
– Stotz Garage, Valhalla-Westchester, NY 2-2
– Skippers Restaurant, Stratford, CT 1-3
– Quinn Packing, Providence, RI
– Lubik Olds/Olden AA, Trenton, NJ (withdrew before the season started)

NOTE – very limited info for 1964, except that Doc Linnehan first started getting involved
with a slow pitch team.


1965 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct. (League Champ – no info)

– No info available whatsoever in 1965


1966 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct.

1. Stotz Garage, Valhalla-Westchester, NY 13-7 .650 (LEAGUE CHAMPIONS) – 20-8 record on the Year
2. Musicaro Foods, Massapequa, LI, NY 12-7 .632
3. Lycoming, Stratford, CT 12-8 .600
– Chadwick Construction, Meridan, CT 2-2 .
– Stantons, Mount Vernon-Westchester, NY 1-3 .
– Pitching Leader – Bob Farris, Stotz Garage
– NOTE – Jim Telesco led Stotz with 6 HRs and batted .511
– NOTE – Bert Muench led Stotz with a .513 batting average


1967 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct. (League Champ – no info)

– Avco-Lycoming, Stratford, CT
– Chadwick Construction, Meridan, CT
– Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, LI, NY
– County Sports-Lizza, Levittown, LI, NY
– Penn TV, Cranston, RI
– Stotz Garage, Valhalla-Westchester, NY
– Titans, Maspeth, Queens, NYC, NY
– Babylon AA, West Babylon, LI, NY
– Musicaro Foods, Massapequa, LI, NY

NOTE – No info on any games, just who was entered, Musicaro withdrew before the season.

1963 ASA Industrial Men’s Major Slow Pitch Nationals

1963 held at Providence, Rhode Island.


Champion – Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, North Carolina (41-13)
Runner Up – Wix’s Corp., Gastonia, North Carolina


The final game went into the 7th inning tied 0-0. With 2 outs in the top of the 7th inning, Pharr Yarn at bat, Toby Bradshaw hit an RBI single. Another run scored on a throwing error, before Jim Barnhill stepped up and connected for a 2-run Single to gave pitcher Leroy Wynn a 4-0 lead. He got Wix out in the bottom of the 7th to preserve the shutout. Wix entered the final as the highest scoring team in the tournament with 67 runs (and only gave up 21 runs, with 2 shutouts), which makes Leroy Wynn’s shutout that much more unbelievable. Toby Bradshaw had 2 hits in the game, while Leroy Wynn had a hit and scored a run to help his own cause. Tom Davis also collected a hit and scored a run. For Wix, Hallman and Doss both had 2 hits.  For Pharr Yarn, Leon McDaniel was 13-24 (.542) and Roger Coon was 11-22 (.500). Toby Bradshaw hit the only 2 HR that were hit by Pharr Yarn. Leroy Wynn gave up 22 runs in the 6 games (3.7 runs per game). Pharr Yarn scored 47 runs total.


  • MVP – Leroy Wynn, Pharr Yarn (6-0 Pitching, including a 4-0 shutout in the championship game)

ASA MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Leroy Wynn, Pharr Yarn (6-0 pitching)
  • C – Floyd Westfelt, Cincinnati Firefighters
  • 1B – Ed Silverstein, Parks and Recreation
  • 2B – Jim Tirabassi, Tirabassi Construction
  • 3B – Tom Davis, Pharr Yarn
  • SS – J.D. McDonald, Pharr Yarn
  • OF – George Killian, WIX Filter
  • OF – Joe Glynn, Ford Motor
  • OF – Jim Randolph, National Cash Register
  • OF – Bill Bense, Mercer County Highway Department

OTHERS

Leon McDaniel, Phar Yarn (13-24, .542)
Roger Coon, Phar Yarn (11-22, 500)
Toby Bradshaw, Phar Yarn (2 HR)


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, NC (6-0)
2. Wix’s Corp., Gastonia, NC (6-2)
3. Tirabassi Excavating, Kenosha, WI (4-2)
4. Detroit Parks & Recreation, Detroit, MI (4-2)
5t. Mercer County Employees, Trenton, NJ (5-2)
5t. W.L. Wiegands Co., Pittsburgh, PA (5-2)
7t. Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI (5-2)
7t. National Cash Register, Dayton, OH (3-2)
9t. Cincinnati Fire Fighters, Cincinnati, OH (3-2)
9t. Robbins Air Force Base, Macon, GA (3-2)
9t. Louisville Gas & Electric, Louisville, KY (2-2)
9t. Allen Bradley Co., Milwaukee, WI (2-2)
13t. WPRO TV, Providence, RI (2-2)
13t. Sikorsky Aircraft, Bridgeport, CT (2-2)
13t. Minnapolis Gas Co., Minneapolis, MN (2-2)
13t. Fort Wayne State School, Fort Wayne, IN (2-2)
17t. Rohm Hass Corp., Knoxville, TN (1-2)
17t. Grumman Aircraft/Pepsi-Cola, Long Island City, NY (1-2)
17t. DuPont Co., Rochester, NY (1-2)
17t. IBM Machine Co., Lexington, KY (1-2)
17t. River Terminal Railroad, Cleveland, OH
17t. Toledo Trust Co., Toledo, OH (1-2)
17t. US Naval Ordinance Base, York, PA (1-2)
17t. General Electric Co., Rutland, VT (1-2)
25t. RI Department of Public Works, Providence, RI (1-2)
25t. Seaboard Airline RR Co., Richmond, VA (1-2)
25t. Minnesota Mining Corp., St. Paul, MN (0-2)
25t. Link Trainer Corp, Binghamton, NY (0-2)
25t. Reuter, Inc., Bloomington, MN
25t. Englehard Industries, Attleboro, MA (0-2)
25t. Carter Ink, Boston, MA (0-2)
25t. Nashua Corp., Nashua, NH
33t. Westinghouse, Philadelphia, PA (0-2)
33t. ACIC Bears, St. Louis, MO (0-2)

1963 ASA Men’s Open Slow Pitch Nationals

1963 held at Jones Beach, New York


Champion – Gatliff Auto Sales, Newport, Kentucky (56-6)
Runner Up – Skip Hogan Athletic Club, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (62-13)


After Gatliff’s had dismantled Skip Hogan’s 15-2 in the winner’s bracket final, the Pittsburgh squad came back to defeat the defending national champs, East Side Sporting Goods of Detroit 5-2 in the loser’s bracket final. This gave them another crack at Galiff’s. Skip Hogan won he first final 16-6 as they hit 6 home runs in the game. Jimmy Watts had 2 HRs and 2 doubles, Bill Downey also had 2 homers, including 4 RBI. Pitcher Lou DelMastro had a double, triple and a 3-run homer, good for 5 RBI. Ron Diulus had the other homer. After a 10 minute break, Gatliff’s came out. Bob Harrison of Gatliff hit home runs in his first two at bats, giving them a 3-0 lead. The Hogans came back with hits from Mike Kovach and Paul Tomasovach. Joe Bull Yimin scored them both with a double. After Ron Diulus hit a single, moving Yimin to third, while Dilius went to second on the throw, Louie DelMastro scored them both with a hit to make the score 4-3 in favor of Hogan’s (DelMastro collected 7 RBIs in the two championship games). In the 5th inning, Skip Hogan’s made 3 errors and Bob Harrison scored the last two runners of the inning to give Gatliff a 9-4 lead. Tomasovich hit a 2-run HR in the 6th, but it wasn’t enough as Gatliff won the title 9-6. For Pittsburgh, Jimmy Watts had 5 HR on the Tournament. The legendary Myron Reinhardt was awarded the MVP award for his clutch hitting and overall excellence and leadership.


  • MVP – Myron Reinhardt, Gatliff Auto Sales (16-30, .533, 4 HR)
  • HR Leaders – Lou Russo, Musicaro Foods (13-21, .619) – 6
  • HR Leaders – Jim Galloway, Musicaro Foods (15-24, .625) – 6
  • Batting Leader – James Mortl, Lud & Angie’s, Milwaukee (18-25) – .720
  • Outstanding Defensive Player – Ken Bryson, Sills Sports Shop, Miami

1963 ASA MEN’S OPEN SLOW PITCH ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

  • P – Lou Delmastro, Skip Hogan Athletic Club (6-2)
  • C – Lou Russo, Musicaro’s (13-21, .619, 6 HR)
  • C – Myron Reinhardt, Gatliff Auto Sales (16-30, .533, 4 HR)
  • 1B – Jim Galloway, Musicaro’s (15-24, .625, 6 HR)
  • 2B – Don Whitford, Gatliff Auto Sales
  • 3B – Bill Shuman, Karp Motors
  • SS – George Caloia, East Side Sports
  • OF – Jimmy Watts, Skip Hogan Athletic Club (5 HR)
  • OF – Paul Tomasovich, Skip Hogan Athletic Club
  • OF – Emelio Zeke Sinicola, Musicaro’s (10-20, .500 3 HR)
  • OF – Walt Roeckers, Bud’s Cafe
  • OF – Hal Wiggins, Gatliff Auto Sales (14-27, .519, 2 HR)

OTHERS

James Mortl, Lud & Angie’s, Milwaukee (18-25, .720)
Jim Puckett, East Side Sports (17-26, .654, 1 HR)
Bill Downey, Skip Hogan Athletic Club (15-23, .652, 4 HR)
F. Battista, Bill Elliott’s (16-25, .640, 1 HR)
Paul Nutley, Bud’s Cafe (14-22, .636)
Joe Gauci, East Side Sports (16-28, .571)
Paul Nutley, Bud’s Cafe (14-22, .636)
Ron Diulis, Skip Hogan Athletic Club (8-13, .615, 1 HR)
Bill Armfield, TWUA (6-10, .600)
Gene Cupertino, Lud & Angie’s (7-12, .583, 2 HR)
Frank Frietag, Strand Tavern (11-19, .579)
Joe Gauci, East Side Sports (16-28, .571)
Stan Smiley, Cote Saint Luc (6-11, .545)


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Gatliff Auto Sales, Newport, KY (7-1)
2. Skip & Hogan A.C., Pittsburgh, PA (7-2)
3. East Side Sporting Goods, Detroit, MI (6-2)
4. Musicaro Foods, Massapequa Park, NY (5-2)
5t. Bill Elliott’s, Pittsburgh, PA (5-2)
5t. Lud & Angie’s, Milwaukee, WI (5-2)
7t. Karp Motors, Savannah, GA (5-2)
7t. Hamilton Tailors, Cincinnati, OH (5-2)
9t. TWUA Textile Workers, Leaksville, NC (4-2)
9t. Quinn Packing, Providence, RI (3-2)
9t. Lach’s Bar, Cleveland, OH (2-2)
9t. Sills Sporting Goods, Hialeah-Miami, FL (2-2)
13t. Strand Tavern, Waukesha, WI (4-2)
13t. Homer’s Boys, Louisville, KY (2-2)
13t. Westrum’s, Minneapolis, MN (2-2)
13t. VFW-World War Vets, Parkersburg, WV (2-2)
17t. Polish Hall, Madison, IL (3-2)
17t. Cote Saint Luc, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (2-2)
17t. Fitzgerald Funeral Home, St- Louis, MO (2-2)
17t. Earl’s Furniture, Knoxville, TN (2-2)
17t. Dick’s Market, Richmond, CA (2-2)
17t. Silver Springs Sports, Washington, DC (1-2)
17t. DeLoe’s Recreation, Hutchinson, KS (1-2)
17t. Wilsman Trucking, Hamilton, OH (1-2)
25t. Bernson Silk Mills, Buena Vista, VA (2-2)
25t. Local #20, Toledo, OH (2-2)
25t. St. Anthony’s, Wilmington, DE (1-2)
25t. Club 149, Trenton, NJ (1-2)
25t. Grande-Leah, New Kensington, PA (1-2)
25t. Indiana Avenue Church, Oklahoma City, OK (0-2)
25t. Pabst Blue Ribbon, Atlanta, GA (0-2)
25t. St. Charles Ramblers, New Orleans, LA (0-2)
33t. Stotz Garage, Valhalla, NY (1-2)
33t. Mt. Carmel Rec, Worcester, MA (1-2)
33t. Trio’s Restaurant, Bridgeport, CT (1-2)
33t. Professor Erny’s Music, Lafayette, LA (0-2)
33t. Ted’s Portway, Richfield, MN (0-2)
33t. Thompson State Builders, Cocoa, FL (0-2)
33t. Burgies, Davis-Sacramento, CA (0-2)
33t. Troubadours Social Club, Boston, MA (0-2)
33t. South Bend Merchants, South Bend, IN (0-2)
33t. Monroe Greenhouse, Monroe, MI (0-2)
33t. Babylon Republican Club, Babylon, NY (0-2)
33t. Willie’s Tavern, Mobile, AL (0-2)
33t. Fox Lake Merchants, Chicago, IL (0-2)
33t. Al Green’s Tavern, Rochester, NY (0-2)

1963 ASA Women’s Major Slow Pitch Nationals

1963 held at Cincinnati, Ohio.


Champion: Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio (34-1)
Runner Up: Windy Tap, Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Dana Gardens was the host team, but wasn’t much of a host as they roared through this tournament winning the final 15-1. Dana’s Karen Kuhnhein drove in 6 runs on three hits to lead the Cincinnati squad to its second straight title. In the Semi Final, Windy Tap’s pitcher Dolores Sanz shocked the fans as she shutout the high scoring Rutenschroer Florist team in the Semi-Finals 3-0. This, after Rutenschrorer had just destroyed three straight teams by a combined score of 49-5. Dana Gardens defeated Pasquales from Cincinnati behind the big bat of Karen Kuhnhein as she was 4 for 4 with a double, 2 singles and a homer to back the pitching of Dot Bailey. Dana Gardens won their second straight National Championship and Pitcher Dot Bailey is a combined 9-0 in the last two years including 4 by shutout. Just to show how powerful Women’s Slow Pitch is in the Cincinnati Area, Dana Gardens competes in the “Open” city municipal league along with Dairy Cottage, Covington Dukettes, Pasquales, Rutenschroer Florists and Rocknoll Nursery. All of these teams have participated in the ASA Worlds over the past three years. Dana Gardens has had a 79-2 record over the past two seasons, both defeats administered by the same team; Covington Dukettes.


  • MVP – Not awarded
  • Outstanding Pitcher – Dot Bailey, Dana Gardens (4-0 pitching, including a 15-1 win in the finals. She also twirled a 16-0 shutout earlier in the tournament, gave up only 7 runs in 4 games.)
  • Batting Leader – Karen Kuhnheim, Dana Gardens (went 7-8 in the final two games)
  • HR Leader – ?

ASA MAJOR WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Dot Bailey, Dana Gardens
  • C – Betty Bynum, Pharr Yarn
  • 1B – Janet Kouris, Ohio Furniture
  • 2B – Judy Anderson, Volkwagonettes
  • 3B – Joan Neuser, Windy Tap
  • SS – Gloria Hill, Dana Gardens
  • SF – Karen Kuhnheim, Dana Gardens
  • OF – Norma Eschenbrenner, Dana Gardens (13-23, .576)
  • OF – Marcy Suszek, Windy Tap
  • OF – Alberta Kohls, Dana Gardens (12-25, .480)

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (4-0)
2. Windy Tap, Milwaukee, WI (3-1)
3t. Pasquales, Cincinnati, OH (3-1)
3t. Rutenschorer Florist, Cincinnati, OH (2-1)
5t. BPW Hoosers, Louisville, KY (2-1)
5t. Ross Wagonettes, Lakeland, FL (1-1)
5t. Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, NC (1-1)
5t. Hillbillies, Clay, WV (1-1)
9t. Dairy Cottage, Covington, KY (1-1)
9t. Richmond BJ’s, Richmond, VA (1-1)
9t. Omaha Rockets, Omaha, NE (1-1)
9t. Pope’s Inn, Grove City, OH (1-1)
9t. Nebraska Phil-Queens, Council Bluffs, IA (1-1)
9t. St. Stephens, Detroit, MI (0-1)
9t. Rice Potato Chips, Moselle, MS (0-1)
9t. Steele Concrete, Graham, NC (0-1)
17t. Broadrick Drugs, Dalton, GA (0-1)
17t. Ohio Furniture, Cleveland, OH (0-1)
17t. Williamson-Garrison, TN (0-1)
17t. Arsenal All-Stars, Pittsburgh, PA (0-1)
17t. Mapleton Hotel, West Oconomowoc, WI (0-1)
17t. The Point, Minneapolis, MN (0-1)
17t. Ellisville Cardinals, St. Louis, MO (0-1)
17t. Monroe Royals, Monroe, MI (0-1)


SCORES

Single Elimination
First Round
Nebraska Phil-Queens, Council Bluffs, IA 2 – Monroe Royals, Monroe, MI 1
BPW Hoosers, Louisville, KY 15 – Ellisvills Cardinals, St. Louis, MO 0
Pasquales, Cincinnati, OH 21 – The Point, Minneapolis, MN 5
Pope’s Inn, Grove City, OH 9 – Mapleton Hotel, W. Oconomowoc, WI 4
Rutenschorer Florist, Cincinnati, OH 18 – Arsenal All-Stars, Pittsburgh, PA 2
Omaha Rockets, Omaha, NE 3 – Williamson-Garrison, TN 0
Richmond Blue Jay’s, Richmond, VA 7 – Ohio Furniture, Cleveland, OH 4
Dairy Cottage, Covington, KY 6 – Broadrick Drugs, Dalton, GA 5

Second Round
Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, OH 16 – Nebraska Phil-Queens, Council Bluffs, IA 0
BPW Hoosers, Louisville, KY 3 – Steele Concrete, Graham, MC 2
Pasquales, Cincinnati, OH 11 – Rice Potato Chips, Moselle, MS 10
Ross Wagonettes, Lakeland, FL 4 – Pope’s Inn, Grove City, OH 2
Rutenschorer Florist, Cincinnati, OH 20 – St. Stephens, Detroit, MI 3
Hillbillies, Clay, WV 5 – Omaha Rockets, Omaha, NE 4
Windy Tap, Milwaukee, WI 6 – Richmond Blue Jay’s, Richmond, VA 4
Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, NC 10 – Dairy Cottage, Covington, KY 9

Quarterfinals
Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, OH 3 – BPW Hoosers, Louisville, KY 1
Pasquales, Cincinnati, OH 11 – Ross Wagonettes, Lakeland, FL 5
Rutenschorer Florist, Cincinnati, OH 11 – Hillbillies, Clay, WV 0
Windy Tap, Milwaukee, WI 9 – Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, NC 5

Semi Finals
Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, OH 14 – Pasquales, Cincinnati, OH 5
— Karen Kuhmheim’s had 2 singles, a double and a home run for Dana Gardens
Windy Tap, Milwaukee, WI 3 – Rutenschorer Florist, Cincinnati, OH 0
— Dolores Sanz hurled the shutout for Milwaukee

Championship
Dana Gardens, Cincinnati, OH 15 – Windy Tap, Milwaukee, WI 1


1963 Consolation Final – (only info on consolation flight is the championship result):

Dairy Cottage, Covington, KY 8 – Ohio Furniture, Cleveland, OH 1

NOTE- this is the only information available on the consolation flight. no results, no scores, just the Championship Game score.

1963 ASA Women’s Major Fast Pitch Nationals

1963 held at Stratford, Connecticut.


Champion – Raybestos Brakettes, Stradford, Connecticut (56-2)
Runner Up – Erv Lind Florists, Portland, Oregon


The championship game went into the 8th inning as Jackie Rice (Portland) and Joan Joyce (Stratford) were engaged in a pitchers dual. In the top of the 8th inning, the Brakettes Micki Stratton hit an inside HR down RF line to give the Brakettes the one run they would need to win as Joyce shut down the Florists in the bottom of the 8th to bring the title back to Stratford. Rice gave up 6 hits and struck out 4 fo Portland and Joyce only gave up one hit (to Marilyn Piper) and struck out 14 in the game.

Canadian legend Marion Fox of Toronto National Torches lost the 2 games she pitched. She got into a serious car crash in December of 1963 and never pitched in another national again.


  • MVP – Joan Joyce, Raybestos Brakettes (4-0, 3 shutouts, 1 ER, 34 IP, 66 K; including a 1-hit 8-inning 1-0 shutout in final with 14 K)
  • Outstanding Pitcher – N/A
  • Batting Leader – Carol Lee, Whittier Gold Sox (7-16, 3 RBI, 2 Runs) – .438
  • HR Leader – Sis King, Phoenix Ramblers (6-15, .400, 4 RBI, 5 Runs, 3 Doubles) – 2

1963 FIRST TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Joan Joyce, Raybestos Brakettes
P – Jackie Rice, Erv Lind Florists (4-1, 3 Shutouts, 29 K, 36 IP, only surrendered 2 ER)
P – Maxine Mabel Bennet, Fresno Rockets (3-2, only gave up 1 earned run in 5 games)
C – Laura Malesh, Raybestos Brakettes
C – Harriet Leeke, Whittier Gold Sox
1B – Gloria May, Fresno Rockets
2B – Donna Lopiano, Raybestos Brakettes
3B – Jeanne Contel, Fresno Rockets
SS – Carolyn Fitzwater, Erv Lind Florists
OF – Chris “Pettina” Miner, Erv Lind Florists
OF – Kay Williamson, Orange Lionettes
OF – Marlene Piper, Erv Lind Florists (2-1 pitching, 9-23 .391 hitting)
OF – Kathryn “Sis” King, Phoenix Ramblers
UTIL – Carol Spanks, Orange Lionettes

1963 SECOND TEAM ALL AMERICANS

P – Bertha Ragen-Tickey, Raybestos Brakettes (2-0, 20 IP, 33K, 2 shutouts, 1 no hitter)
P – Jan Berkland, Minneapolis Comets
P – Billie Harris, Phoenix Ramblers
C – Dot Wilkinson, Phoenix Ramblers
C – Nancy Ito, Orange Lionettes
1B – Thelma Keith, Phoenix Ramblers
2B – Gerry Murphy, Fresno Rockets
3B – Bobbi Geldmacher, Houston Blues
SS – Beverly Danaher, Raybestos Brakettes
OF – Pat Harrison, Erv Lind Florists
OF – Darlene May, Whittier Gold Sox
OF – Jan Howard, Whittier Gold Sox
OF – Rosemary “Micki” Stratton, Raybestos Brakettes
UTIL – E. Louise Albrecht, Whittier Gold Sox


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Raybestos Brakettes, Stradford, CT (6-0) (Host)
2. Erv Lind Florists, Portland, OR (6-2) (Northwestern)
3. Whittier Gold Sox, Whittier, CA (3-2) (South Pacific Coast)
4. PBSW Ramblers, Phoenix, AZ (4-2) (Cactus)
5t. Minneapolis Comets, Minneapolis, MN (2-2) (Northern)
5t. Fresno Rockets, Fresno, CA (3-2) (North Pacific Coast)
7t. Houston Blues, Houston, TX (2-2) (Texas)
7t. Orange Lionettes, Orange, CA (3-2) (Defending Champ)
9t. OHSE Meat Company, Topeka, KS (1-2) (Western)
9t. Buddy’s Pizza, Detroit, MI (2-2) (East Central)
9t. Southeastern Supply Co., Indianapolis, IN (1-2) (West Central)
9t. Spudnut Shamrocks, Salt Lake City, UT (1-2) (Rocky Mountain)
13t. Tennessee Belles, Nashville, TN (1-2) (South Atlantic)
13t. Marauders, Elizabeth, NJ (1-2) (Mid-Atlantic)
13t. National Torches, Toronto, ON (0-2) (East Canada)
13t. Orlando Rebels, Orlando, FL (0-2) (Southern)
17t. Cochituate Motors, Cochituate, MA (0-2) (New England)
17t. Oklahoma City Ruf-Nex, Oklahoma City, OK (0-2) (Southwestern)
17t. Vrginia Pollyannas, Richmond, VA (0-2) (Central Atlantic)

NOTES: West Canada-Alberta Champ – Calgary Comets, Alberta did not attend. West Canada-British Columbia Champ – Victoria Vicettes, Victoria, BC did not attend.