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Highlights - 1972

1972
Kimberly, WI
August 18 - 27

 

Order of Finish

Burbank (CA) Comets
Long Beach (CA) Nitehawks
Rock Island (IL) Hynes & Howes
Lakewood (CA) Warner Electric Jets
Sterling (CO) Shad's Lounge
Logan (WV) National Cable
Phoenix (AZ) Pages Raiders
Columbia (SC) Carolina Hawks
Clovis (CA) Cowboys
Little Chute (WI) Jack's Rosehill
Rock Falls (IL) Town & Country
Tulsa (OK) Teamsters
Dubuque (IA) Cavaliers
Las Vegas (NV) American International
Ogden (UT) Savon
Washington, DC Brothers Furniture
Milwaukee (WI) Dean Puccinelli
Granite Falls (NC) Beavers
Pueblo (CO) Pepsi Cola
Bedford (PA) First National Bank
Oshkosh (WI) Oregon Clothing Ft. Wayne (IN) International Harvester

All American Team
Bobby Guy - Burbank
Gene Peerenboom - Jack's
Joe Avila - Clovis
Joe Seifried - Burbank
Mark Rice - Pages Raiders
Bob Wills - Nitehawks
Jerry Flory - Nitehawks
Jim Steger - Jack's
Don Frazier - Burbank
Ed Daniels - Clovis
John Rodriguez - Nitehawks
Ed Bentley - Burbank
Ed Klecker - Lakewood
Roger Teske - Nitehawks
Jerry Ralfs - Rock Island

Other Awards
MVP To His Team - Bob Wills - Long Beach Nitehawks
Leading Pitcher - Ed Bentley - Burbank Comets
Leading Hitter - Bob Wills - Long Beach Nitehawks
Best Dressed Team - Burbank Comets
Most Promising Young Player - Dennis Stilwell - Phoenix, Pages Raiders
Team Sportsmanship - Shad's Lounge, Sterling

ISC Executive Committee (1973)
Carl Wilson (Tulsa, OK), President
Carrol Forbes (Greeley, CO), Executive Secretary
Frank Porth (El Paso, TX), Treasurer
Frank Arrigoni (Fresno, CA), Western Vice President
L.G. "Tulie" Stansel (Deer Park, TX), South Central Vice President
Les Dietzen (Kaukauna, WI), North Central Vice President
Carl Grieco (Altoona, PA), Eastern Vice President
Clyde Fortune (Bruceville, TX), Immediate Past President

Notes
Wayne Kilsdonk served as President of the host tournament committee, Kimberly Recreation Association. Jack Grafmeier served as Tournament Director.

In 1972, the original ISC Hall of Fame was opened in Long Beach, CA.

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