Category: Fast

1962 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1962 held at Rock Island, Illinois on August 24-September 2.


Champion – Dautrich Realty, El Paso, Texas
Runner Up – Hamms Beer, Rock Island, Illinois


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Sonny Hancks, Hamms Beer
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Kenny Wycoff, Dautrich Realty
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Dick Brubaker, Hamms Beer
  • Leading Hitter – Jim Aversing, Hamms Beer – .444
  • Most RBI – Wendell Holt, Dautrich Realty – 5

1962 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Paul Lopez, Dautrich Realty (2-1, 0.66 ERA, 36 K, 6 BB)
P – Dick Brubaker, Hamms Beer (4-0, 0.59 ERA, 46 K, 14 BB)
P – Kenny Wycoff, Dautrich Realty (3-0, 0.66 ERA, 33 K, 4 BB)
P – Royal Church, Kings (3-1, 1.28 ERA, 19 K, 8 BB)
C – Stan White, Nitehawks .429
C – Sam Gray, Bombers .417
IF – John Huerta, Dautrich Realty .438
IF – Wendall Holt, Dautrich Realty .316
IF – Sonny Hancks, Hamms Beer .320
IF – Charles Smith, Dautrich Realty .222
UTIL – Mel Montz, Hamms Beer .158
OF – Jim Aversing, Hamms Beer .444
OF – Bob Bomar, Nitehawks .412
OF – Dude Ausmus, Dautrich Realty .375
OF – Gary Dobereiner, Hamms Beer .240


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Dautrich Realty, El Paso, TX
2. Hamms Beer, Rock Island, IL
3. Kings, Valparaiso, IN
4. Nighthawks, Long Beach, CA
5t. All-Indian Champion’s, Ft. Cobb, OK
5t. Colorado Stone, Longmont, CO
7t. Fred M. Nye Co., Ogden, UT
7t. New Westminster, BC
9t. Lange’s Insurance, Dubuque, IA
9t. Bombers, Easton, PA
9t. Snow Jewlery, Clinton, OK
9t. Hay’s Roofing Co., Phoenix, AZ
13t. Monty’s Restaurant, Ft Wayne, IN
13t. Condors, Dinuba, CA
13t. Merchants, Prophetstown, IL
13t. Carnett Furniture Co., Kennett, MO
17t. Comets, Culver City, CA
17t. J. H. Rose Truck Line, Dallas, TX
17t. Nevada Test Site, Mercury, NV
17t. Sapulpa, OK

1961 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1961 held at Rock Island, Illinois on August 26-September 4.


Champion – Dautrich Realty, El Paso, Texas
Runner Up – Manning, Maxwell, & Moore, Tulsa, Oklahoma


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Bob Naab, Hamms Beer
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Paul Lopez, Dautrich Realty
  • Leading Hitter – Dude Ausmus, Dautrich Realty – .500
  • Most RBI – Mel Montz, Hamms Beer – 6

1961 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Paul Lopez, Dautrich Realty (4-0, 0.51 ERA, 33 K, 4 BB)
P – Bob Naab, Hamms Beer (5-0, 1.07 ERA, 40 K, 8 BB)
P – Howard Heuston, Manning, Maxwell, & Moore (4-2, 1.08 ERA, 38 K, 4 BB)
C – Jack Palmore, Dautrich Realty .429
IF – James Kennimer, Manning, Maxwell, & Moore .471
IF – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks .314
IF – John Kipp, Hamms Beer .391
IF – Mel Montz, Hamms Beer .304
IF – Jelly Hayes, Manning, Maxwell, & Moore .278
UTIL – Dutch Ausmus, Manning, Maxwell, & Moore .250
OF – John Plummer, Cotter Corp .400
OF – Jim Aversing, Hamms Beer .385
OF – Dude Ausmus, Dautrich Realty .500
OF – Roger Hull, Nitehawks .357


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Dautrich Realty, El Paso, TX
2. Manning Maxwell & Moore, Tulsa, OK
3. Hamms Beer, Rock Island, IL
4. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
5t. Fred M. Nye Co., Ogden, UT
5t. Merchants, Arlington, TX
7t. Val-Po’s, Valparaiso, IN
7t. Wilson D-X Oilers, East Moline, IL
9t. New Westminster, BC
9t. Cotter Corp, Canon City, CO
9t. All-Indian Champion’s, Ft. Cobb, Ok
9t. Condors, Dinuba, CA
13t. Grittons, Durant, IA
13t. McCord Music Co., Dallas, TX
13t. Snow Jewelry Co., Clinton, OK
13t. Chucks Grill, McKeesport, PA
17t. Rockets, Sandusky, OH
17t. St. Michael’s Political Club, Gary, IN
17t. Harold’s Club, Reno, NV

1960 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1960 held at Long Beach, California on August 27-September 5.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Sertoma Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Howard Heuston, Sertoma Club
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Jerry Branson, Lucky Lager – .500
  • Most RBI – N/A

1960 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks (4-0, 0.17 ERA, 52 K, 2 BB)
P – Kenny Wycoff, Dautrich Realty (2-0, 0.00 ERA, 26 K, 3 BB)
P – Howard Heuston, Manning, Maxwell, & Moore (4-2, 1.08 ERA, 38 K, 4 BB)
C – Stan White, Nitehawks .241
C – Jack Palmore, Dautrich Realty .222
IF – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks .314
IF – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks .441
IF – Don Jordan, Dolphins .385
IF – Jim Hosch, Sertoma Club .314
OF – Jerry Branson, Lucky Lager .500
OF – Lucky Humiston, Nitehawks .485
OF – Dude Ausmus, Sertoma Club .455
OF – Steve Kennedy, Merchants .455
UTIL – Bert Williams, Dautrich Realty .384


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Sertoma Club, Tulsa, OK
3. Dolphins, Escondido, CA
4. Dautrich Reality, El Paso, TX
5t. Monty’s Resturant, Ft. Wayne, IN
5t. El Paso Gas Products Co., Farmington, NM
7t. All Indian Champions, Fort Cobb, OK
7t. Thompson’s, Longmont, CO
9t. Lucky Lager, New Westminster, BC
9t. Dautrich Reality, El Paso, TX
9t. Hays Roofing, Phoenix, AZ
9t. US Navy Rockets
13t. Temco Aircraft, Dallas, TX
13t. Nye’s Florsheim, Ogden, UT
13t. Merchants, Taft, CA
13t. Griffey’s Donuts, Las Vegas, NV
17t. Falstaff, Macomb, IL
17t. Casablcionals, Tiajuana, MX

1959 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1959 held at Long Beach, California on August 27-September 5.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Sertoma Club, Tulsa, Oklahoma


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Howard Heuston, Sertoma Club
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Jerry Branson, Lucky Lager – .500
  • Most RBI – N/A

1959 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks 3-0 0.00 50 1
P – Jim Boender, Hamms 4-0 0.00 46 0
P – Jack Randall, Nitehawks 2-0 0.00 26 3
P – Richie Stephens, Comets 3-1 1.28 65 2
C – Jack Palmore, Dautrich Realty .278
C – Charley Toppert, Hamms .238
C – Stan White, Nitehawks .166
IF – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks .429
IF – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks .389
IF – Jimmy Jones, Nitehawks .368
IF – Frank Doucette, Comets .348
OF – Al DeWulf, Hamms .348
OF – Sid Ryan, Hillside Outlaws .333
OF – Jack Lewko, Army & Navy Store .278
UTIL – Paul Humiston, Nitehawks .222
UTIL – Clint Herron, Nitehawks .222


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Comets, Culver City, CA
3. Hamms, Rock Island, IL
4. Realtors, Salt Lake City, UT
5t. Dautrich Reality, El Paso, TX
5t. Harsch Lumber Co., Longmont, CO
7t. Peccole Insurance, Las Vegas, NV
7t. Fats Richfield, Burley, ID
9t. Aetna Rockets, Alamogordo, NM
9t. Army & Navy Store, New Westminster, BC
9t. Caliente 5-10, TiJuana, Mex
9t. Hillside Outlaws, Bremerton, WA
13t. Piobeer Chevrolet, Taft, CA
13t. Twin City Poconos, Stroudsburg, PA
13t. Monty’s Resturant, Ft. Wayne, IN
13t. Coolidge Boosters, Coolidge, AZ
17t. Bills Trim Shop, Arlington, TX

1958 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1958 held at Long Beach, California on August 24-September 1.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Condors, Dinuba, California


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – John Ridley, Lake Furniture
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Jack Randall, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Dick Brubaker, Hamms Beer – .500
  • Most RBI – N/A

1958 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Jack Randall, Nitehawks (3-0, 21 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 32 K, 7 BB)
P – Bryan Voigt, Condors (5-1, 34 IP, 22 H, 3 ER, 38 K, 6 BB)
P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks (2-1, 22 1/3 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 28 K, 1 BB)
P – John Ridley, Lake Furniture (6-2, 59 IP, 35 H, 10 ER, 66 K, 16 BB)
1B – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks .346
2B – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks .333
SS – Swede Moore, Lake Furniture .258
3B – Ben Murray, Lake Furniture .333
IF – Clint Herron, Nitehawks .292
OF – Ricardo Mendez, Caliente Race Track .476
OF – Paul Humiston, Nitehawks .286
OF – Ricky Maris, Caliente Race Track .353
OF – Jim Aversing, Hamms Beer .307
C – Irving ‘Red’ Meairs, Nitehawks .417
C – James Kennemer, Q’s Mobil Service .385
C – Dick Helmuth, Condors .304


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Condors, Dinuba, CA
3. Lake Furniture, Bremerton, WA
4. Caliente Race Track, Tijuana, MX
5t. Comets, Culver City, CA
5t. Q’s Mobil Service, Tulsa, OK
7t. Hamm’s Beer, Rock Island, IL
7t. Reyhers Milling Co, McClave, CO
9t. Elites, New Bedford, IL
9t. Crystal Dairy, Remington, IN
9t. Fred M. Nye Co., Ogden, UT
9t. Acme Fence, Ft. Worth, TX
13t. Penn T-V, Providence, RI
13t. Powers Tavern, Davenport, IA
13t. All Stars, Hutto, TX
13t. Army & Navy Stores, New Westminster, BC
17t. Union Furniture Co., El Paso, TX
17t. Miller High Life, Las Vegas, NV
17t. Vasey’s, Tucson, AZ

1957 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1957 held at New Bedford, Illinois on August 25-September 2.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Elites, New Bedford, Illinois


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Kenny Scott, Q’s Mobil
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Jack Randall, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Charlie Toppert, Elites – .444
  • Most RBI – N/A

1957 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Jack Randall, Nitehawks (3-0, 23 IP, 9 H, 32 K, 3 BB)
P – Paul Johnson, National Cash Register (4-2, 38 IP, 11 H, 50 K, 6 BB)
P – Arno Lamb, Q’s Mobil (2-2, 34 IP, 23 H, 44 K, 0 BB)
P – Jim Boender, Elites (2-1, 22 IP, 11 H, 32 K, 1 BB)
C – Stan White, Nitehawks .188
C – James Kennemer, Q’s Mobil .182
C – Charlie Toppert, Elites
1B – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks .353
2B – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks .357
SS – Billy Oaks, Q’s Mobil .167
3B – Buddy Powers, Powers Tavern .333
OF – Bill Hull, Nitehawks .438
OF – Paul Humeston, Nitehawks .357
OF – Les Arnold, Elites .278
OF – Boots Boostrom, Elites .222


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Elites, New Bedford, IL
3. Q’s Mobil, Tulsa, OK
4. National Cash Register, Dayton, OH
5t. Reyher Milling Co., McClave, CO
5t. Condors, Dinuba, CA
7t. Powers Tavern, Davenport, IA
7t. Barnes Store, Springfield, MO
9t. National Bank, Midland, TX
9t. Local 1014 Chief’s, Gary, IN
9t. Seiben’s Hybrids, Geneseo, IL
9t. Bremen Café, Bremen, IN
13t. Melvins Jewelers, Arlington, TX
13t. State Body, Providence, RI
13t. Horton Ford, Brownsville, PA
13t. Toledo, OH

1956 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1956 held at New Bedford, Illinois on August 26-September 3.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Seiben’s Hybrids, Illinois


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Norman Bagnell, Tony’s Refreshments (1 no-hitter, 2 one-hitters, .429 AVG)
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Jack Randall, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Paul Smith, Barnes Store
  • Most RBI – N/A

1956 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Jack Randall, Nitehawks
P – Dick Pobanz, Seiben’s Hybrids
P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks
P – Paul Johnson, National Cash Register Co.
C – Stan White, Nitehawks
C – Jack Miers, Seiben’s Hybrids
1B – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks
2B – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks
3B – Ray Deeters, Naval Shipyard
SS – George Williams, National Cash Register Co.
SS – Jimmie Jones, Nitehawks
UTIL – Paul Smith, Barnes Store
OF – Ernie Powell, National Cash Register Co.
OF – Bill Hull, Nitehawks
OF – Nick Mroczek, Tony’s Refreshments
OF – Bill Boyer, Elites


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Seiben’s Hybrids, Geneseo, IL
3. Elites, New Bedford, IL
4. National Cash Register Co, Dayton, OH
5t. Naval Shipyard., Long Beach, CA
5t. Tony’s Refreshments, Oshawa, ON
7t. Potter’s Drive-in, Elgin, IL
7t. Universal Corp., Dallas, TX
9t. State Body, Providence, RI
9t. Humble Oilers, Wink, TX
9t. Barnes Store, Springfield, MO
9t. Merchants, Platteville, CO
13t. Carl’s Electric, Wichita, KS
13t. Local 1014 Chiefs, Gary, IN
13t. Phiedeman’s Tap, Davenport, IA
13t. Prophetstown, IL

1955 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1955 held at New Bedford, Illinois on August 28-September 5.


Champion – Nitehawks, Long Beach, California
Runner Up – Condors, Dinuba, California


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – Kenny Law, A-1 Construction
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks
  • Leading Hitter – Charles Fazzone, Future A.C. – .583
  • Most RBI – N/A
  • Most Promising Young Player – Wally Gifford, Potter’s Drive-In

1955 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Nitehawks
P – Bryan Voigt, Condors
P – Jim Boender, Elites
P – Jack Randall, Nitehawks
C – Stan White, Nitehawks
C – Jack Miers, Elites
C – Don Helmuth, Condors
1B – Larry Silvas, Nitehawks
2B – Ray Unruh, Condors
3B – J.Mato, Condors
SS – Cleo Goyette
OF – Charles Fazzone, New Castle
OF – Lou Novikoff, Nitehawks
OF – Les Arnold, Elites
UTIL – Jim Brown, Reynolds
UTIL – Bob Neely, A-1 Construction


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
2. Condors, Dinuba, CA
3. Elites, New Bedford, IL
4. Local 1014 Chief’s, Gary, IN
5t. A-1 Construction, Phoenix, AZ
5t. Reynolds, Arlington, TX
7t. Future A.C., New Castle, PA
7t. Potter’s Drive-in, Elgin, IL
9t. Public Service Co., Platteville, CO
9t. National Cash Register, Dayton, OH
9t. Motors, Cochituate, MA
9t. Seiben’s Hybrids, Geneseo, IL
13t. Mid-America Securities, Salt Lake City, UT
13t., Springfield, MO
13t. Silver Tavern, Kenosha, WI
13t. VFW, Ft. Madison, IA

1954 NSC Women’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1954 held at Phoenix, Arizona


Champion – A-1 Queens, Phoenix, Arizona
Runner Up – Georgia Peaches, Atlanta, Georgia


The A-1 Queens won the last ever NSC Women’s Championship by defeating the Atlanta Peaches 5-3 in the final.

Alma Wilson won her 5th game out of the 6 games the Quuens played. She was relieved in the 6th inning with a (5-1) lead.

Rosemary Urtuzuastegui, who previously won a game in the tournament for Phoenix surrendered 2 runs and then pitched out of another jam in the last inning with the tying runs on base to preserve the 5-3 Championship game victory. Urtuzuastegui was 1-0 in the tournament, hurling 13 innings and gave up 4 runs.

Alma Wilson, former Oklahoma City Hurler now pitching for the Queens was (5-0) and surrendered 13 hits and 7 runs in the 41 innings she pitched.

Shortstop Bev Cox was named the MVP as she came through with hits when needed and played a tremendous defense. Her bat got the Queens off and running in the opening game of the tournament as she was 3-3 with a HR and 3 RBIs in the 6-2 win.

The Queens outscored their opponents 38-11 in the 6 games.

Queens Dodie Nelson swung a hot bat and was named the batting champ.

In 1955 the National Softball Congress (NSC) disbanded the Women’s portion of their National Championship Tournament.


  • MVP Award – Beverly Cox, A-1 Queens (Great defensive play at shortstop position led Queens to the title. She also had a good tournament at the plate driving in runs and also hit a HR)
  • Outstanding Pitcher – Alma Wilson, Phoenix (5-0), 41 IP, gave up 13 hits and 7 runs)
  • Leading Hitter – Dodie Nelson, A-1 Queens (12-24) – .500
  • Miss Softball Award – Jan Newman, A-1 Queens (Second Basemen, had 2 RBIs in Final and also drove in a run in the semi-final series)

1954 NSC ALL WORLD TEAM

P – Alma Wilson, Phoenix A-1 Queens (5-0)
P – Dorothy Dean, Georgia Peaches (3-3)
P – Lucy Munoz, Tempe Arizona Debs (3-3)
C – Goldie Darby, Georgia Peaches
C – Charlene Woodward, Phoenix A-1 Queens
1B – Catherine Rochelle, Georgia Peaches
2B – Louise Hamrick, Georgia Peaches
3B – Gerry Pomeroy, Oklahoma City Ramblers
SS – Beverly Cox, Phoenix A-1 Queens
OF – Jeanna Hernandez, Tempe Arizona Debs
OF – Dixie McCarty, Phoenix A-1 Queens
OF – Dodie Nelson, Phoenix A-1 Queens
UTIL – Stretch Lopez, Oklahoma City Ramblers
UTIL – Betty Sipe, Tucson Rancherettes


FINAL STANDINGS

1. A-1 Queens, Phoenix, AZ (6-0)
2. Georgia Peaches, Atlanta, GA (3-3)
3. Tempe Debs, Tempe, AZ (3-3)
4. Tucson Rancherettes, Tucson, AZ (2-3)
5t. Oklahoma City Ramblers, Oklahoma City, OK (1-2)
5t. Childress All Stars, Childress, TX (0-2)
7. Rhor Jewelers, West Allis, WI (0-2)

* Winners bracket semifinals and finals were best of 3 series.


HONORS

  • All Time MVP – Dodie Nelson
  • All Time Outstanding Pitcher – Charlotte Armstrong

Pos – Player, team AA Awards and Other Accolades
P – Charlotte Armstrong 6x AA, 3x MV-Pitcher (23-4 NSC Championship Record)
P – Carolyn Morris 4x AA, 2x MV-Pitcher, 1x Miss Softball (13-1 Record)
P – Lottie Jackson 3x AA, 1x MV-Pitcher (9-4 Record)
P – Betty Evans 2x AA, 1x MV-Pitcher (9-2 Record)
C – Lois Williams 6x AA, 1x MVP, 1x Miss Softball
1B – Flossie Ballard 3x AA
1B – Robbie Mulkey 3x AA
2B – Margie Yetmen 4x AA, 1x MVP, 1x Leading Hitter
2B – Hazel Gill 2x AA
3B – Mildred Dixon 2x AA
3B – Margaret Dobson 2x AA, 1x Miss Softball
SS – Kay Rohrer 4x AA
SS – Bev Cox 2x AA, 1x MVP
OF – Dodie Nelson 8x AA, 2x MVP, 2x Leading Hitter, 1x Miss Softball
OF – Dottie Myers 3x AA
OF – Mearle Keagle 2x AA
OF – Elizabeth Locke 2x AA, 1x MVP
UTIL – Alma Wilson 5x AA, 1x MVP, 1x MV-Pitcher, 2x Leading Hitter
UTIL – Alice Jorgensen 4x AA, 1x Leading Hitter
UTIL – Shirley Topley 2x AA
UTIL – Bonnie Martin 1x AA, 1x MVP

All Time Team – A-1 Queens, 5x Champ, 2x runner-up, 1x 4th
HM – Erv Lind Florists 1x Champ, 1x runner-up, 1x 3rd
HM – Funk Gems/Mesa Premiums 1x Champ, 1x runner-up, 1x 3rd
HM – Jax Maids 1x Champ, 1x 3rd

1954 ISC Men’s Fast Pitch World Tournament

1954 held at Selma, California on August 28-September 6.


Champion – Hoak Packers, Selma, California
Runner Up – Condors, Dinuba, California


  • Cleo Goyette Memorial MVP Award – N/A
  • Leroy Zimmerman Memorial Pitching Award – Dana Exum, Condors
  • Leading Hitter – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks – .500
  • Most RBI – N/A

1954 ISC FIRST TEAM ALL WORLD

P – Dana Exum, Condors
P – LeRoy Zimmerman, Hoak Packers
P – Bryan Voigt, Condors
C – Stan White, Nitehawks
C – Hal Britton, Hoak Packers
1B – Bob McTeer, Condors
2B – Cleo Goyette, Nitehawks
3B – Clint Herron, Nitehawks
3B – James Abbot, Lyons
SS – Bruce Stone, Condors
OF – Ray Meagher, Hoak Packers
OF – Les Ratzlaff, Condors
OF – Ted Fuchs, Hoak Packers
OF – Abe Klassen, Condors
UTIL – Weldon Haney, Lyons
UTIL – Ray Unruh, Condors


FINAL STANDINGS

1. Hoak Packers, Selma, CA
2. Condors, Dinuba, CA
3. Nitehawks, Long Beach, CA
4. Lyons, Lorenzo, TX
5t. Elites, New Bedford, IL
5t. Merchants, Plattville, CO
7t. VFW, Ft.Madison, IA
7t. Yerger Insurance Co., Fresno, CA
9t. Douglas Aircraft Co., Tulsa, OK
9t. Harsch Lumber Co., Longmont, CO
9t. Toy of the Month Club, Salt Lake City, UT
9t. Ingating, Covington, KY
13t. Mathes Coolers, Arlington, TX
13t. Blocks, Norristown, PA
13t. Motors, Cochituate, MA
13t. National Cash Register, Dayton, OH