Category: 1968

1968 ASA Major Women’s Slow Pitch Nationals

1968 held at Cincinnati, Ohio.


Champion: Escue Pontiac, Cincinnati, OH (41-8)
Runner Up: Carter’s Rebels, Jacksonville, FL


Escue had to win 4 straight games on the final day to claim the crown, they eliminated defending champ, Ridge Maintenence 8-7, then had to play the tough Carolina Rockets, which they did (2-1) in 8 innings. The winning run was scored on an error with the bases loaded. The Cincinnati squad then had to defeat before Carter’s Rebels from Jacksonville, FL. They won the game 8-7. Now they had the task of defeating a hot Carter’s Rebels team from Florida. Then went out and defeated the Rebels 9-6 and then again 6-4 for the title as Gloria Hill came through with a clutch 2-run single to give Escue the lead in the top of the 7th inning and eventual winning margin, 6-4. Ridge Maintenance clean-up hitter and shortstop, ‘Hoppy’ Hopkins was selected the MVP for the second straight year, this time for a team that finished 4th place. Quite impressive. Escue Pontiac pitcher Peggy Carney pitched 11 games and won 10 of them for the Champs


  • MVP – Ida Jean Hopkins, Ridge Maintenance (.633, 4 HRs)
  • Home Run Leader – Ida Jean Hopkins, Ridge Maintenance – 4
  • Batting Leader – Ida Jean Hopkins, Ridge Maintenance- .633

ASA MAJOR WOMEN’S SLOW PITCH ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  • P – Peggy Carney, Escue Pontiac
  • C – Mary Beal, Ridge Maintenance
  • 1B – Susie Clark, Rockets
  • 2B – Jean Perry, BPW Hoosiers
  • 3B – Nancy Oldham, Rockets
  • SS – Ida Jean Hopkins, Ridge Maintenance
  • OF – Lea Clark, NYC All-Stars
  • OF – Karen Kuhnheim, Escue Pontiac
  • OF – Jo Winfree, Rockets
  • OF – Charlene Larrick, Rebels

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Escue Pontiac, Cincinnati, OH 10-1
2. Carter’s Rebels, Jacksonville, FL 5-2
3. Carolina Rockets, NC 4-2
4. Ridge Maintenance, Cleveland, OH 6-2
5t. BPW Hoosiers, Louisville, KY 3-2
5t. New York City All Stars, NYC, NY 3-2
7t. Rutenschroer Florist, Cincinnati, OH 5-2
7t. MaLarks, Minneapolis, MN 4-2
9t. Ross-Lakeland Volkswagonettes, Lakeland, FL 5-2
9t. South Side Sausage, Milwaukee, WI 3-2
9t. East Side Debs, Pittsburgh, PA 2-2
9t. Converse Dots, Miami, FL 3-2
13t. Pfeifer Girls, WI 3-2
13t. Rebel Drive-Inn, TN 3-2
13t. Oxford Merchants, Oxford, OH 4-2
13t. Lucky Lager, MT 2-2
17t. Motown Soul Sisters, Detroit, MI 2-2
17t. FMC Corporation, WV 2-2
17t. Monroe Royals, Monroe, MI 2-2
17t. Geisler Jorgen, St. Louis, MO 2-2
17t. Elmer’s Dog House, Aurora, IL 1-2
17t. Grace Rebels, Atlanta, GA 1-2
17t. Landontown Manufacturing, VA 1-2
17t. Jimmies Food Store, AL 1-2
25t. One Eyed Jacks, AR 1-2
25t. Covered Wagon, Cleveland, OH 0-2
25t. West Lake Angels, Indianapolis, IN 0-2
25t. Aloha, Roma, GA 0-2
25t. Francis Realty, CA 0-2
25t. Anchorage Moosettes, Anchorage, AK 0-2
25t. Sin-Tay Tools, SC 0-2
25t. St. Anthony Park, St. Paul, MN 0-2
33t. Oregon, Toledo, OH 0-2
33t. Union Bank, North Vernon, IN 0-2
33t. Sparks, Jeffersonville Parish, LA 0-2
33t. Pik-Quik, Bloomington, MN 0-2
33t. Berry Plastering, Omaha, NE 0-2
33t. Glenn Manufacturing Co., MS 0-2
33t. Ashland Bombers, Ashland, KY 0-2
33t. Hutchinson National Bank, Hutchinson, KS 0-2

NewConn Traveling Slow Pitch League

Mostly Industrial Teams from Connecticut and Metro New York


1968 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct.

1. Avco-Lycomong, Stratford, CT 17- 5 .773 (LEAGUE CHAMPIONS)
2. Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, CT 16-10 .615
3. Surfside Restaurant, Fairfield, CT 13-11 .542
4. Stotz Garage, Valhalla-Westchester, NY 10-10 .500
4. Long Island Lighting, Hicksville, LI, NY 11-11 .500
6. Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, LI, NY 7-11 .389
7. Miller Buick, Bridgeport, CT 8-14 .364
8. Pan-American, Queens-NYC, NY 7-16 .304

– Nassau County Police, Mineola, LI, NY (withdrew before season started)


1969 (final records incomplete) W-L Pct.

1. Avco-Lycomong, Stratford, CT 14- 2 .875 (LEAGUE CHAMPIONS)
2. Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, CT 11- 7 .611
3. Miller Buick, Bridgeport, CT 8- 6 .571
4. Stotz Garage, Vahalla-Westchester, NY 7- 9 .438
5. Grumman Tracers, Bethpage, LI, NY 4-10 .296
6. Long Island Lighting, Hicksville, LI, NY 0-10 .000

– Charlie Browns, Long Island City, NY (withdrew before season started)

ASA All-Star Series

Defending ASA Open division champions played ASA Open All-Stars in a series format

Defending ASA Industrial  division champions played ASA Industrial All-Stars in a series format

1968 at Southgate, MI

ASA Open All-Stars of 1967        ——————-    Little Caesars, Detroit, MI (1967 ASA Open Runner-up)

Open All-Stars won the series (3-1): MVP – Officially Not named – (Jim Galloway, ASA All Stars, mentioned by newspaper accounts)
Jim’s Sports Shop of Pittsburgh were scheduled to play the All-Stars as they were the defending 1967 ASA Open National Champs, but they left ASA and joined the USSSA organization. So the ASA Runners-up, Michael’s Lounge of Detroit, MI,  under new sponsorship of Little Caesars played the All-Stars instead. Little Caesars opened up with a bang winning the first game big. After that, it was the All Stars who dominated the final 3 games. The All Stars were outscored by the powerful Detroit squad 41-34 in the 4 games.  After the first game explosion, All Star Pitcher Bill Brown from County Sports kept the Little Caesars bats in check and the Offense did its thing. Big Jim Galloway was mobbed by local fans all wanting to get an autograph.

Scores: (and some game notes)

-Little Caesars 27 – ASA Open All Stars 6; – Bob Malicki, Little Caesars (5-5, HR) to lead a 28 hit assault over the All Stars, which included 7 Home Runs.
-ASA Open All Stars 7 – Little Caesars 5; – Corky Kruel, (Pittsburgh), Doc Neubauer (Milwaukee) and  Jack Goodrich (Cleveland) had 3 hits each to lead the Stars. Goodrich also hit a HR.
-ASA Open All Stars 6 – Little Caesars 0; –  Bill Brown (Long Island) hurled a 5-hit shutout and combined with teammate Jim Galloway (Long Island) as each hit a HR to lead the All Stars.
-ASA Open All Stars 15 – Little Caesars 9; – Jim Galloway (Long Island) once again led the All Stars to victory with 3 hits, including a thunderous Home Run to put the game out of reach.


1969 at Jones Beach, NY

County Sports, Levittown, NY (1968 ASA Open Champ)        ——————-    ASA Open All-Stars of 1968

County Sports won the series (4-0): MVP – Officially Not named – (Bill Brown, County Sports, mentioned by newspaper accounts)
The defending champs were just too strong for the All Stars. With former pro footballer, Bill Brown pitching and the power of Bert Smith, Jim Galloway, Bill Malloy, Lou Russo, Rocky Salice and company, the All Stars were pretty much overmatched. Crowd favorite HT Waller (Florida) did not disappoint as he put on a display of power that even impressed the champs. There were no results on the scores, just that there was a four game sweep by County Sports led by Jim Galloway and Bert Smith over the All Stars.


1969 at Stratford, CT

Lycoming, Stratford, CT (1968 ASA Industrial Champ)        ——————-    ASA Industrial All-Stars of 1968

Lycoming won the series (4-0): MVP – Officially Not named – (Frank Deluca, Lycoming, mentioned by newspaper accounts)
With Frank Deluca on the mound for Lycoming, the Industrial All Star team looked helpless. Deluca surrendered only 17 runs in four games. He also was 5-12 (.417). The series was a quick 4 game sweep and The games were not even close. Charlie Gouvia was 11-16 (.688) in the four games series. Player Manager Don Hansen also came up big as he went 6-8 with four doubles in the first two games, then hit two home runs worth five runs in third game and finished up 8-10 on the weekend with 4 doubles and 2 home runs. Lycoming outscored the All Stars 56-17.

Scores: (and some game notes)
-Lycoming 8 – Industrial All Stars 2; – Lycoming Pitcher Frank Deluca surrendered only 6 hits in the game. Don Hansen was 4-4 with three doubles
-Lycoming 21 – Industrial All Stars 5; –  Pete Gallagher was 5-5, he had 3 singles and 2 HRs, accounting for 7 RBIs. Don Hansen had a bases loaded double.
-Lycoming 13 – Industrial All Stars 5; –  Don Hanson smashed a 3-Run Homer and then added a 3-Run Homer to lead Lycoming again. Charlie Gouvia was 4-4.
-Lycoming 14 – Industrial All Stars 5; –  Frank Deluca kept the Stars off balanced once again and Ray Day’s 3 run home run over the scoreboard in right center was the back breaker.

1968 ASA Major Industrial Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

1968 held at Stratford, Connecticut on August 1-9.


Champion – Avco-Lycoming, Stratford, CT
Runner Up – E.L. Weigand, Pittsburgh, PA


  • MVP – Ed Finnegan, Avco-Lycoming

ASA MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ALL AMERICANS FIRST TEAM

  •  P – Frank DeLuca, Avco-Lycoming
  •  P – Duke Martin, E.L. Weigand
  •  P – Ken Clark, Sikorsky Aircraft
  •  C – Bob Gordon, E.L. Weigand
  •  C – Joe Battaglia, Sikorsky Aircraft
  •  1B – Ray Shearer, AMF
  •  2B – Denny Grim, AMF
  •  3B – George Spsara, E.L. Weigand
  •  SS – Ed Finnegan, Avco-Lycoming
  •  OF – Charlie Gouvia, Avco-Lycoming
  •  OF – Don Hansen, Avco-Lycoming
  •  OF – Bob Emenheiser, AMF
  •  Util – Pete Gallagher, Avco-Lycoming

ASA MAJOR INDUSTRIAL ALL AMERICANS SECOND TEAM

  •  P – Chris Waldren, Post Office
  •  P – Ed Showakter, AMF
  •  P – Levon Holsonback, Combustion Engineers
  •  C – Paul McKinney, Combustion Engineers
  •  C – Jack Ryan, Grumman Aircraft
  •  1B – Jerry Jakubczyk, Bausch and Lomb
  •  2B – Larry Brunce, Delta Airlines
  •  3B – Ray Day, Avco-Lycoming
  •  SS – Bob Hurd, Sikorsky Aircraft
  •  OF – George Hangos, Avco-Lycoming
  •  OF – Bob Moore, Louisville Gas and Electric
  •  OF – Wayne Jackson, Combustion Engineers
  •  OF – Jerry Camfield, Louisville Gas and Electric

FINAL STANDINGS

1. Avco-Lycoming, Stratford, CT (8-1)
2. E.L. Weigand, Pittsburgh, PA (5-2)
3. Long Island Lighting Co., Hicksville, NY (4-2)
4. Sikorsky Aircraft, Stratford, CT (5-2)
5. Combustion Engineers, Chattanooga, TN (6-2)
6. Louisville Gas and Electric, Louisville, KY (4-2)
7. AMF, York, PA (6-2)
8. Bausch & Lomb, Rochester, NY (4-2)
9. Beattie Plant, Fountain Inn, SC (2-2)
10. Dupont Fibers, Waynesboro, VA (3-2)
11. Pharr Yarn, McAdenville, NC (2-2)
12. Grumman Aircraft, Bethpage, NY (2-2)
13. Volunteer Fire Department, Ewing Township, NY (2-2)
14. Local 808 IUE, Evansville, IN (2-2)
15. Postal Employees, St. Louis, MO (2-2)
16. Delta Airlines, Miami, FL (3-2)
17. Moore Drop Forging Co., Springfield, MA (1-2)
18. IBM, Atlanta, GA (1-2)
19. Local 149, Minneapolis, MN (1-2)
20. Procter & Gamble, Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
21. Link Blues, Binghamton, NY (1-2)
22. IBM, Lexington, KY (1-2)
23. Lindsey Co., St. Paul, MN (1-2)
24. Folk Corp, Milwaukee, WI (1-2)
25. Banco Credito, San Juan, PR (1-2)
26. Armco Triangles, Middletown, PA (1-2)
27. Delaware Association of Police, Wilmington, DE (0-2)
28. Ford Motor Co. Monroe, MI (0-2)
29. Pepsi-Cola, Detroit, MI (1-2)
30. Local 1050, Cleveland, OH (1-2)
31. Riegel Rifles, Trion, GA (0-2)
32. Pepsi-Cola, New York, NY (0-2)
33. Kaiser Jeep, Toledo, OH (0-2)
34. General Mills, Minnapolis, MN (0-2)
35. State Employees, Providence, RI (0-2)
36. Monsanto, Pensacola, FL (0-2)
37. Bradley Wash Fountain, Menomonie, WI (0-2)

1968 ASA Open Men’s Slow Pitch Nationals

1968 held at Jones Beach, New York.


Champion – County Sports, Levittown, NY
Runner Up – Jo’s Pizza House, Milton, FL


Jo’s Beat County Sports 7-5 in winners bracket final , County Sports then came back and beat Jo’s twice 11-7, 17-12 to win the crown. Bert Smith hit HRs in his first two at bats to ignite County Sports in the Final championship game. Smith came up big the Long Island team every game getting 23 hits and 24 RBIs in the teams 8 games.  County Sports’ Jim Galloway chipped in with 11 HRs and 17 RBIs, and along with Bill Malloy (9 HRs, 19 RBIs), Lou Russo (5 HRs, 13 RBIs) and Pitcher Bill Brown’s 5 HRs, led an explosive offense. HT Waller was a one man machine for Jo’s Pizza as he led them going 13-21 (.619) with 9 HRs and 17 RBIs. Jo’s Pitcher Gerry Martello and Outfielder Luther Ates played outstanding defense for Jo’s.


  • MVP – Bert Smith, County Sports (23-37, .622, 11 HRs, 24 RBIs, 19 Runs)
  • HR Leader Bert Smith, County Sports – 11
  • Batting Leader – Bill Goedde, Dick Luken Volkswagon (13-16, 9 RBIs, 3 Runs) – .813

1968 ASA MEN’S OPEN SLOW PITCH ALL-AMERICAN FIRST TEAM

  • P- Jerry Martello, Jo’s (4-2 Pitching and 5-19, .263, 2 RBIs, 4 Runs)
  • C- Bill Malloy, County Sports (21-33, .638, 9 HRs, 19 RBIs, 14 Runs)
  • 1B- Lou Russo, County Sports (20-35, .571, 5 HRs, 13 RBIs, 15 Runs, 10 Doubles)
  • 2B- HT Waller, Jo’s (13-21, .619, 9 HRs, 17 RBIs, 11 Runs)
  • 3B- Bill Goedde, Dick Luken (13-16, .813, 9 RBIs, 3 Runs)
  • SS- Tom DeLanzo, Hudepohl Beer (12-21, .571, 2 RBIs, 7 Runs)
  • OF- Bob Schugman, County Sports (19-38, .500, 2 RBIs, 12 Runs)
  • OF- Jerry Booher, Wilsman Trucking (16-26, .615, 2 HRs, 5 RBIs, 13 Runs)
  • OF- Bert Smith, County Sports (23-37, .622, 11 HRs, 24 RBIs, 19 Runs)
  • OF- Luther Ates, Jo’s (10-22, .455, 1 HR, 3 RBIs, 8 Runs)

1968 ASA MEN’S OPEN SLOW PITCH ALL-AMERICAN SECOND TEAM

  • P- Ron Ritter, Jiffy Club (3-2 Pitching and 10-16, .625, 3 HRs, 10 RBIs, 6 Runs)
  • C- Mark Chandler, Erie Sheet Metal (10-16, .625, 4 HRs,11 RBIs, 8 Runs)
  • 1B- Cal Bodenstein, Jo’s Pizza (9-19, .476, 3 HRs, 2 RBIs, 3 Runs)
  • 2B- Jim Galloway, County Sports (19-35, .543, 6 HRs, 11 RBIs, 17 Runs)
  • 3B- Mac Stalcup, Kobax Corporation (9-13, .692, 2 HRs, 7 RBIs, 6 Runs)
  • SS- Roy Hill, Kobax Corporation (8-17, .471, 3 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • OF- Larry Harbin, Anderson Shell (13-22, .591, 11 RBIs, 7 Runs)
  • OF- Gordon Pfeiffer, Heidelberg Beer (10-12, .833, 3 HRs, 10 RBIs, 6 Runs)
  • OF- Junior Riggs, Jiffy Club (8-13, .615, 1 HR, 5 RBIs, 3 Runs)
  • OF- Otto Knowles, Jo’s (10-18, .556, 5 RBIs, 5 Runs)

OTHERS

  • Jim Sibert, Gene Angelos (10-13, .769, 2 RBIs, 9 Runs)
  • Jack Goodrich, Gene Angelos (8-12, .667, 2 HRs, 4 RBIs, 5 Runs)
  • Steve Loya, Gene’s Sunoco (6-10, .600, 2 HRs, 6 RBIs, 4 Runs)
  • Preston Powell, Erie Sheet Metal (10-17, .588, 4 HRs, 14 RBIs, 10 Runs)
  • Bill Brown, County Sports (12-21, .572, 5 HRs, 9 RBIs, 10 Runs)
  • Rocky Salice, County Sports (15-30, .500, 1 HR, 7 RBIs, 12 Runs)
  • Chester Dungan, Jo’s Pizza (10-21, .476, 3 HRs, 9 RBIs, 7 Runs)
  • Andy Loya, Gene’s Sunoco (5-11, .455, 1 HR. 7 RBIs, 3 Runs)
  • Ron Annotico, Gene’s Sunoco (5-11, .455, 1 HR, 6 RBIs, 4 Runs)
  • Steve Shurina, County Sports (13-33, .394, 3 HRs, 12 RBIs, 10 Runs)
  • Stan Harvey, Kobax (5-14, .357, 1 HR, 5 RBIs, 4 Runs)
  • Howie Krause, Erie Steel (6-20, .300, 2 HRs, 8 RBIs, 6 Runs)

FINAL STANDINGS

1 – County Sports, Levittown, NY 7-1
2 – Jo’s House of Pizza, Milton, FL 4-2
3 – Dick Luken Volkswagon, Cincinnati, OH 5-2
4 – Wilsman Truckers, Hamilton, OH 5-2
5t – Erie Sheet Metal, Cleveland, OH 3-2
5t – Heidleberg Beer, Tacoma, WA 2-2
7t – Anderson Shell Misfits, Anderson, SC 4-2
7t – Hudepohl Beer, Springfield, OH 3-2
9t – Jiffy Club, Louisville, KY 3-2
9t – Twin Cities Construction, Meridan, CT 3-2
9t – Kobax Corporation, Chattanooga, TN 2-2
9t – Ragu Foods, Rochester, NY 2-2
13t – Climatic Air Rams, Maspeth, NY 2-2
13t – Bayer & Mingola, Millbury, MA 2-2
13t – Kutis Funeral Hone, St. Louis, MO 2-2
13t – Playboy Tavern, Kennewick, WA 2-2
17t – Central Brevard Merchants, Cocoa, FL 1-2
17t – Shakey’s, Rockville, MD 1-2
17t – Colonial Inn, Richmond, VA 0-2
17t – Mahan Ford, Columbus, IN 0-2
17t – Gene’s Sunoco, Cleveland, OH 1-2
17t – Countryside Realty, Hopkins, MN 0-2
17t – S.M. Pisut, Joliet, IL 1-2
17t – Buck Moore’s Service Station, Macon, GA 0-2
25t – Wamble Realty, Virginia Beach, VA 0-2
25t – Del Campo Baking, Wilmington, DE 0-2
25t – Coast Wholesalers Supply, Long Beach, MS 0-2
25t – Kilberg-Grochran, San Carlos, CA 0-2

1968 USSSA Men’s Major Slow Pitch World Series

1968 held at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Champion – Mueller Pipe Liners, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Runner Up – BYM Club, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania


BYM Club eliminated Jim’s Sport Shop in a close game 6-5 to make it to the Finals. Mueller Pipeliners defeated BYM in the Championship 10-9. Brookline scored 5 runs to take a 9-6 lead in the top of the 7th. Mueller came back with Tom O’Donnell driving in the tying and winning runs on the games last play to win 10-9. Jim Cody of Mueller pitched all 7 victories for Mueller and was the MVP. Cody surrendered only 17 runs in the 7 games he pitched. Ron Engler of BYM and Tom Taylor of Gatliff’s tied for the Home Run lead with 5. Nothing official was ever found, but Pittsburgh newspapers eluded to the fact that Ray Kruel was the tournament batting leader.


  • MVP – Jim Cody, Mueller Pipe (7-0, 2 Shutouts, 17 Runs given up)
  • HR Champion – Ron Engler, BYM Club – 5
  • HR Champion – Tom Taylor, Gatliff Auto – 5
  • Batting Champion – Ray Corky Kruel, Jim’s Sport Shop

USSSA MAJOR WORLD SERIES ALL TOURNAMENT TEAM

  • Pitcher – Jim Cody, Mueller’s Pipe Liners (7-0 Pitching, 2 Shutouts)
  • Pitcher – Lou DelMastro, BYM Club
  • Catcher – Fred Cox, Mueller Pipe Liners
  • Catcher – Sonny Rider, Gatliff Motors
  • First Base – Mark Farrington, Milwaukee Electric Tool
  • Second Base – Ray Corky Kruel, Jim’s Sport Shop
  • Third Base – Paul Tomasovich, Jim’s Sport Shop
  • Shortstop – Paul Elphinstone, BYM Club
  • Outfield – Miller Adams, Jim’s Sport Shop
  • Outfield – Dick Polgar, Mueller Pipe Liners
  • Outfield – Jerry Schunk, Harrison Merchants
  • Outfield – Ron Engler, BYM Club (5 HRs)
  • Outfield – Tom Taylor, Gatliff Auto (5 HRs)

FINAL STANDINGS (top-10 listed, 50 teams played)

1. Mueller Pipe Liners, Milwaukee, WI (7-0)
2. BYM Club, Pittsburgh, PA (7-2)
3. Jim’s Sport Shop, Pittsburgh, PA (4-2)
4. Harrison’s Merchants, Harrison, IN (8-2)
5t. Tirabassi Excavating, Kenosha, WI (6-2)
5t. Milwaukee Electric Tool, Milwaukee, WI (4-2)
7t. Louisville Stars, Louisville, KY (4-2)
7t. Floyd Warren’s, Irwin, PA (4-2)
9t. Gatliff’s Auto Sales, Newport, KY (3-2)
9t. Brill’s Uniform Milwaukee, WI (4-2)
9t. MarVal Builders, Hamilton, OH (3-2)
9t. Golden Bear Lounge, Covington, KY (2-2)
13t. Nellis Air Force Base, Las Vegas, NV (3-2)
13t. Larry’s Barber Shop, Milwaukee, WI (3-2)
13t. Surf Bar, Cudahy, WI (5-2)
13t. O’Brien’s, Big Bend, WI (2-2)
17t. Seaco, Dalton, GA (2-2)
17t. Las Vegas Stars, Las Vegas, NV (1-2)
17t. Berardi Construction, Pekin, IL (2-2)
17t. Dominiques Motors, Breaux Bridge, LA (2-2)
17t. Covington Merchants, Covington, KY (3-2)
17t. Corky’s, McHenry, IL (3-2)
17t. New Rochelle Coachmen, New Rochelle, NY (1-2)
17t. Home Readers, Cincinnati, OH (2-2)
25t. Timmels, Watertown, WI (4-2)
25t. Cheeks, Milwaukee, WI (2-2)
25t. Main Tavern, Covington, KY (2-2)
25t. Ski-Hut, Milwaukee, WI (2-2)
25t29. Mike’s 31 Club, Milwaukee, WI (2-2)
25t. Hey Brothers, Dixon, IL (1-2)
25t. Polling Motors, Piqua, OH (1-2)
25t. Stars, Joliet, IL (1-2)
33t. Stanton’s, Milwaukee, WI (1-2)
33t. Big Apple, Tempe, AZ (0-2)
33t. Bryant Furniture, Albertsville, AL (0-2)
33t. Kendall’s Lounge, Detroit, MI (1-2)
33t. Robert’s Lounge, Milwaukee, WI (0-2)
33t. Bit of Italy, Covina, CA (0-2)
33t. Roger’s Midway Inn, Rochester, NY (1-2)
33t. Logan’s Party Store, Inkster, MI (0-2)
33t. Pekin Traffic Club, Pekin, IL (0-2)
33t. Indian Nation, Stillwater, OK (0-2)
33t. Lincoln Avenue Merchants, Dixon, IL (0-2)
33t. Optimist Blue, Dixon, IL (0-2)
33t. WQAD Radio, Miline, IL (0-2)
33t. Darvin Excavators, Pekin, IL (0-2)
33t. Schlitz, Fond du Lac, WI (0-2)
33t. Cincinnati Stars, Cincinnati, OH (0-2)
49t. Spartansburg, SC (0-2)
49t. Totemburgers, Newport, KY (0-2)