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Logansport, Indiana
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Page B6 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Sunday, May 30,1993 Sports Shorts Compiled from Pharos-Tribune staff reports Teams Sought For Golf Tourney There is still room for a few more teams in the Stearns Moving and Storage 13th annual open golf tournament to benefit girls in tnbal trails girls Scout council. The scramble will be held June 5 at Green Acres Golf Course in Kokomo, starting with a shot gun start at 8 am. The entry fee is $40 per person. Contact Jim' Clark at 317-8b3-57/l for more information, Golf Scramble June 6 Logansport Golf Club will be hosting an ABCD/W scramble June 6 3t The°enS' fee is $25 per person plus cart and green fee. Part of the entry fee will help sponsor American Legion baseball. Teams will be drawn June 5. For more information, call the LGC pro shop at 722-1110. Volleyball Tourney At Grissom The Grissom Air Force Base fitness center is hosting a spring invitational coed quads volleyball tournament June 5. _,,,,, The tournament will be held outdoors on two grass courts, and the format will be round robin play. The cost of entering is $45 and the deadline is June 3. For further information, call Scott Sumner at 317-688-2000. Berry Boosters Need Fees The Berry Boosters need to have all sponsor and membership fees turned in by May 31 in order to meet the publishing deadline. Contact Peggy Wihebrink at 722-3339 for more information, Pioneer Babe Ruth Seeks Patrons The Pioneer Babe Ruth League (ages 13-15) seeks patrons for it league Cost is $25. The league will recognize patrons in local newspapers and at home games. The money.will be used to purchase baseball ' pants and pay umpires. For more information, contact Denny Mines (643-9914) or Dick Cottrell (643-9914). Polsinelli Golf Tourney June 19 Polsinelli's annual golf tournament will be played June 19. It is an ABCW scramble. Interested parties can sign up at Polsinelli s. Entry lee is $15 which includes lunch and drinks. The deadline is June 14. Contact Tony Scagnoli at 722-9851 for more information. Cass Tennis Clinics Under Way WALTON — Stuart Engle, tennis coach at Lewis Cass, will conduct tennis clinics for children in the Southeastern school district. For students at Thompson Elementary School in grades K-6, a clinic will be held June 1-4 from 3:30-5 p.m. at the high school courts. For students at Galveston, the clinic will be held June 7-11 at the Galveston Elementary tennis courts. The clinic will be in three shifts: beginners from 9-10 a.m., advanced from 10-11 a.m. and intermediate players from 11 a.m. to noon. The cost of each clinic is $10. which is to be paid when the student shows up for the first day of the lesson. Tennis balls will be provided, and a racket will be provided to those students who need one. An activity release form needs to be signed before participation. • For more information, contact Engle at 626-2511 or 626-2726. Logansport Summer Open Gym Open-gym at Logansport High School will be conducted each Monday,through Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. beginning on Monday,, June 7. The open gyms will be conducted in the Berry Bowl. Sale Calendar June 3~Guistel Markley Estate Smith Auctions June 5-Bagwell Auction Room Wendell Kuhn June 6-Betty Randall Isaacs Auctions June 19-Lucretia Hill Estate Rinehart Realtors Auctioneers Dave Miller AUCTIONS "We Do 'Em And We Do 'Em Good!" 219-722-177* 219/664,3538 SB AUCTIONEERING SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT, LIVESTOCK, HOUSEHOLD & BUSINESS LIQUIDATION STEVE BYERS ROUTE 1, TWELVE MILE, BOX 275 TWELVE MILE, IN 46988 ESTATE AUCTION Due to the death of Gurstel, the following personal property will be offered for public auction, south of Winamac on U.S. 35 to Road 300S, watch for auction SIgns °" THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 3,1993 5-30 P.M.-SOUTH OF WINAMAC, IN SHOP TOOLS- MOWERS & iVpsr.RLLANEOUS 22" Snapper two stage snow thrower, 5 h.p. (good shape); ER 400 Honda small sas generator; older Elgin welder 220 amps; bench grinder; bench drill press; anvil vice; Knipco space heater; Craftsman surveying instrument; kerosene heater; dehumidifier; 3/8" cordless B&D drill; 1/2 ton chain hoist; Chicago Pneumatic 1/2" drive electric impact wrench; impact screwdriver; 2; roll around work benches; vacuum guage; timing lite; Snap-On 3/4" socket set; 3/8 drill, New Britain 7 piece reamer set; 1 3/4 h.p. Craftsman circular saw; B&D 7 sander: Craftsman sabre saw; 1/2" drill; wrench sets; valve tools, pullers, saws; hammers, punches, sockets; small nuts & bolts cabinets; few repair manuals; Coleman camp stove; tool boxes; yard tools; several engines for parts & rebuilding- weed sprayer; flaring Tools; car ramps; floor jack; grease guns; Homehte trimmer; small utility trailer; 26" Snapper rider, J.D. walk mower, 21' self-propelled Lawn Boy, 10 h.p. 38 Coast to Coast rider... These mowers may or may Dorothy Markley, Owner Sin i tli a u c t Robert E. Smith, Auctioneer 219-946-3712 or 946-3026 eve. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper identification. o n s 435 N. West St. Winamac, IN Ev & Ev, Clerks Lunch served Sports Menu Logansport Monday: Baseball vs. Maconaquah in Logan Sectional, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday: Golf at Rochester, 4 p.m. ' Friday: Golf at home in Logansport Sectional, 10a.m. Lewis Cass Monday: Baseball vs. Pioneer in Logansport Sectional, 4:30 p.m. Friday: Golf in Logansport Sectional atDykeman Park, 10a.m. Pioneer Monday: Baseball vs. Lewis Cass in Logansport Sectional, 4:30 p.m. Tuesday: Golf vs. Caston at Pond View Friday: Golf in Logansport Sectional at Dykeman Park, 10a.m. Caston Friday: Golf in Logansport Sectional at Dykeman Park, 10a.m. Saturday: Baseball at Culver Sectional, Noon Carroll Saturday: Baseball vs. Central Catholic at Lafayette Jeff Sectional, 11 a.m. Winamac Tuesday: Golf at home vs. North Judson, 10a.m. Friday: Golf in Logansport Sectional.' at Dykeman Park, 10a.m. Logansport Babe Ruth Monday: Pepsi vs. Happy Burger, 5:30 p.m.; Alpha vs. Eagles, 8 p.m. Tuesday: Willy Bee'z vs. Security Federal, 5:30 p.m.; Elks vs. FOP, 8 p.m. Thursday: Eagles vs. Pepsi, 5:30 p.m.; Happy Burger vs, Willy Bee'z 8 p.m. Logan Men's Softball Tuesday: Bakes Bunch vs. Logan Merchants, Happy Burger vs. Logan Area Merchants, Superior vs. Pet Pro Rookies, COX vs. White Rogers Wednesday: Deana's vs. Issacs Auctions, Byers vs. Pet Pro Rookies, Riverside II vs. Krysevig, Anderson vs. Logan Merchants See MENU, Page B8 Loganland Results*Reports of local events AAU Basketball At Huntlngton CASTON 71, SUMMIT CITY 68 Caston - Zeider 3, Eytcheson 9, Cain 20, Zimpleman 10, SherricK 7, Higgle 10, Klinelelter 1C, Early 2. CASTON 55, FORT WAYNE HOMESTEAD 51 Caston — Eytcheson 3, Cain 21, Zimpleman 4, Sherrick 2, Biggie 12, Klinefelter 13. REGION FORCE 99, CASTON 60 Caston — Zeider 3, Albright 4, Cain 13, Zimpleman 6, Sherrick 7, Higgle 12, Klinefetter 8, Early 9. FORT WAYNE CONCORDIA 57, CASTON 46 Caslon — Cain 18, Zimpieman 5, Klinefeiter 8, Early 5, Sherrick 4, Riggle 6. Youth Baseball Logansport Babe Ruth Wednesday HAPPY BURGER 8, SECURITY FEDERAL 6 Security Federal 010 0104 —£74 Happy Burger 150 200 x - 8 9 2 Batteries; Jessie Michaels and J.D. Cree; Eric Cox and Jim Anders Security Federal: 1B — David Ranee 2, Mike Gunter, Justin Chantey, Eric Hensel, Courtney Glasson, J.D. Cree Happy Burger: 23 — Ryan Kitchel. 1B — Kitchel 2, Eric Coon, Jim Anders, Eric Cox, Cecil NeShercutt, Jeremy Coon, Shannon Mackey ALPHA 8, PEPS11 Alpha -401 003 - 8 4 3 Pepsi .100 OOx—1 3 3 Batteries: Chad Piercy and Jason Gripe; Andy Hickle, Aaron McFalridge (3) and Beau Wicker Alpha: 1B — Bryan Dixson, Scott Long, Shawn McCann, Jason Gripe Pepsi: 2B — Brent Walker. 1B — Beau Wicker, Jay Blrnell Logansport Youth League NELSON 10, CONSOLIDATED UNION 9 Consolidated Union 024 030 - 9 8 3 Nelson -301 231—1080 Batteries: Chris Spradling and Geoff Foster; Josh Reeser, Josh Bowyer and Josh Burl CU: 2B — Josh Long. 13 — Todd Albright, Spradling, Brad Shackelford, Matt Woodruff 2 Nelson: 36 — Josh Bowyer 2.1B — Eric Dion 2, Ezra Swisher 2, Josh Reeser, Adam VanZee F&M11,DEICHMAN5 Delchman 110 005 - 5 71 F&M 25° 31x —11 6 2 Batteries: Jimmy Brown, Jonathan Popejoy and Michael Oft; Ryan Preston and Matt Heath Deichman: 28 — Joel Rush, Marcus Bennett, Ott. 18 — Brown, Josh Erlckson, Popejoy, Jason Roland F&M: HR — Heath. 1B — Heath 2, Preston, Nathan Shively KESLING'SH MODINE6 Kesllng'S 630 50 —14 6 3 Modlne 303 00 - 6 51 Batteries: Landon Walker and Curtis Wilson; Brandon Hetz, Tyler Preston, Jeremy Smith and Preston, Willy Mackey Kesiing's- 1B — Clinton Glasson 2, Walker 3, Chris Fultz Modine: 1B — Preston, Hete, Smith 3 Wednesday HAPPY BURGER 11, LEEMAN'S 8 Leeman's 101 033 - 8 7 3 Happy Burger .41411x —1181 Batteries: Nate McGuire, Brandon Rodriguez and Chad Warner; Joe Ness and Matt Gaumer Leeman's: 1B — Brandon Rodriguez 3, Tyler Wilson 2, Nate McGuire, Chad Warner Happy Burger: 3B — Bob lies, Derrick Parkevich. 1B — Joe Ness 2, Jason Vote 2, Matt Rush, Jason Kite PEPSI 6, FEDERAL MOGUL 3 Pepsi .001 023 — 6 21 Federal Mogul .200 010 —31 0 Batteries: Mike Anders and Jeremy Henry; Ron Hayden and Chris Dixon Pepsi: 1B—Jon Pryor, Allen Wolf Federal Mogul: 1B — Nathan Easley WILLY BEE'Z 15, BURGER KING 8 Burger King .300 05 - 8 S 2 Willy Bee'z .202 74 -1510 2 Batteries: Brad Herr and Jason Smith; Ryan Horace and Chris McAndrews BK: 1B — Brad Herr 2, Jason Smith, Ryan Osborn, Dustin McGuire WB: 38 — Mike Burger. 2B — Burger. 1B — Jon Langiey 2, Chris McAndrews, Bobby Bridge, Chris Schnurpei, Scott Gotshall, Mike Moyer, Burger Volleyball Logansport Men's League BUNGALOW 12, COLE 9 Co le 0230040 — 9103 Bungalow 410 511 x -1215 3 Batteries: Andrews and Carr; R.Wilson and Baer Cole- 2B — Schlafman 2.1B — Ranker!, T.Weaver 2 R Weaver, W.Weaver, Weitze!, Langiey, Carr Bungalow: 3B - Haynes, R.Wilson. 28 Campbell. 1B — Warner, Haynes 3, M.Wilson, B.Wilson 2, R.Wilson, Todd 3, Kinder RIVERSIDE II5, CASS CO. MERCHANTS 2 Cass Co. Merchants 100 0001 - 2 7 2 Riverside II 101 030 x -5 9 0 Batteries: R.Roller and Cogswell; Snodgrass and Simmons Cass Co.: 3B — Fritz. 2B — Worthington. 1B — Tidier, Greiner, Thomas 2 Riverside II: 3B — Long. 1B — Long 2, Snodgrass, Gallinger 2, Rothrock, Simmons, Simpson MILLER'S 7, JORDAN 0 Miller's won by forfeit LOGAN CONSTRUCTIONS CASSFARM & HOMED Logan construction won by forfeit Wednesday SPRINGCREEK LNDSCP. 13, MIX-102 9 Sprlngcreek .204 340 0 -1314 3 Mlx-102 .100 120 0 — 9 17 4 Batteries: Stevens and M. Burgess; Groff and Baker Springcreek: 2B — Bryan, McRae. 1B — Davis 3, M. Burgess 2, McRae, Bryan, Lucas, St. Clair, B. Burgess, Stevens Mix-102: 38 — Erbaugh. 2B — Baker 2, Davis, Becker. 1B — Jones 2, Montgomery 2, Ertjaugh 2, Becker 2, Baker, Wild, Damm, lies CORRAL15.ESSROC9 Essroc .203 040 0 - 914 4 Corral .200 372 x—15 23 S Batteries: Smith and Woolen; Rodabaugh and Gebhardt Essroc: 3B — Swartzel. 18 - Smith 2, Wocten 2, Roahrig 2, Smith 2, Shrader, Zinsmaster, Swartzel Corral: 3B — Roe, Russell, Rodabaugh. 1B — Richason 2, Russell, Gebhardt 2, Field 2, Rodabaugh 2, Richason, Garden, Kile, Morning KNOX TAX SERVICE 13, LOGAN MERCHANTS 4 Logan Merchants 102 001 0 -410 4 Knox Tax Service .360 022 x -1318 5 Batteries: Laornge and Bochover; Odom and Kelly Logan Merchants: 13 — Niblick 2, R. Hardin 2, Laomge 2, Mundy 2, Sutton, Rechemmer Knox Tax Service: 3B - Reese. 2B - P. Knox. 13 — Reese 3. K. Knox 2, Sdridge 2, Spradling 2, Rhea2, P. Knox, Emmons, Key, Kelly, G. Reinholt WILLY BEE'Z 6, KRYSEVIG ELECTRIC 0 Krysevig Electric 000 00 — 0 2 2 Willy Bee'z .32001 -6131 Batteries: Bingaman and Conner; Osborn and Ingle Krysevig: 1B — Holt, HetSnger Willy Bee'z: 28 — Ingle, Hall Minthorn. 1B — Mitchel 2, Ingle, Hall, d. Hildebrand, Osborn, T. Hildebrand, Roland, Merrill Tuesday LOGAN CONSTRUCTION 8, SUPERIOR 6 Super 0040101—611 Logan Const 203 003 X-810 Batteries: Kinsey and Hayes; Higgins and Lambert Superior: 3B — Luse, Smith. 2B — Luse. IB — C.Vernon, M.Hayes, Kitchell, Gellinger, Kinsey, B.Vernon, Joyner 2 Logan Const.: 2B — Benn, Putnam. 1B — Ling, Lazzell 2, Higgins, Mclntire, Davis 3 To get Loganland's best sports coverge at home, call 722-5000, Ext. MEMORIAL DAY TAG SALE SUNDAY MAY 30™ & SAVE 40-50% on original prices when you take an additional 25% off the already reduced prices of apparel for the entire family and clearance merchandise throughout the store. Percentages off represent savings on original prices.. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken on original priced merchandise. Reductions from original priced merchandise effective until stock Is depleted. © 1S93, JCPenney Company, Inc. LOGANSPORT MALL

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