Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, 11 Jul 1970 - William Robert Seinsoth Memorial
Pupo throwing late to second. Bellingham chased Craig SEINSOTH MEMORIAL-The Alaska Goldpanners donated the $545.25 gate receipts from the June 19 Seinsoth Memorial Game to the Bill Seinsoth Memorial Scholarship fund at the University of Southern California. The Goldpanner and USC star was killed in an accident last September. Money raised for Seinsoth Memorial The Alaska Goldpanners announced today that $545.25 collected at the June 19 Bill Seinsoth Memorial Game has been turned over to the Bill Seinsoth Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of Sou them California. The Memorial, established n the name of the former baseball great at USC and for three summers with the Alaska Goldpanners, will Babe Ruth pick stars A 19-players All-Star Team has been picked by the Fairbanks Babe Ruth Baseball League. The All-Star Team, which will represent the Fairbanks league in upcoming playoffs, will hold its first practice tomorrow at 10 a.m. at Martin Field. Manager of the All-Stars Is Fred Brauch of the Market Basket team while coaches will be Eli Ramos of Co-Op Drug and Len Barstow of the Eagles. Selected to the All-Star Team from the Alaska National Bank team were Dave Jones, Vince Fantazzi and Dave Rastey. Pepsi memben picked were Mark Shackleton, Bill Ernst and Dave Hafete. Woohrorth players chosen were Bob Jniistiotn, Man Alexander and Wayne Trifer while Nod Jofijenaon and Baft Wvjger were taken from Co-Op. Market Basket memben named to ttw AU-Stan are George IsfMftrtf, Mike RenkoaU and Rick Stem. M at 0 Auto Part* is noNMnttd by Mike Campbell, Mik* Owen and Dan Nettall whUc chosen from the Eaflea wm Ray Pitta and Don Townahend. be used to provide baseball scholarships at the Los Angeles school for a baseball prospect in need of financial aid to obtain college education. Seinsoth, who was killed last Sept. 7 in an automobile accident near Torrance, Calif., played for the Goldpanners during the 1966-68 period and established many club records. The powerful first baseman's most outstanding year for the Goldpanners was 1967 when he led the club in every hitting category, finishing with 12 home runs, 48 runs-batted-in, 73 base hits and a robust .382 average. batted .302 for the Fanners in 1966 and had a .324 mark in 1968. Seinsoth was the son of former major league pitcher William W. Seinsoth and Mrs. Jane Seinsoth and lived in Arcadia, Calif, where he attended schools. Memorial awards have also been established in his name at Arcadia High School. "The Goldpanners are happy contribute to a fund in the of such an outstanding individual as Bill Seinsoth," said General Manager Don Dennis.. "We were only disappointed in that we bad weather for the special (ate which cut down considerably on attendance." The money sent to the Seinsoth Memorial Fund represents the late receipt* for the June 19 played against the University of Arizona. TWO INDEPENDENTS COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - The only two schools playing independent football xnedukt in Colorado are both in the Colorado Springs region - Air Fore* Academy and Colorado College.