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May 6, 2013
661 posts
Dave great tourney everything went smooth(one ump with chip on his shoulder)weather sucked but every thing else was great,good job to you & your staff.
May 6, 2013
Men's 60
142 posts
Thanks for running the tourney. We were not happy at all with the scheduling for the 55's. We started our first game at 7:30 on Saturday and our second game was not until 8 1/2 hours later at 3 PM. Then we had to play our first game on Sunday at 7:00 AM. That is the first time I ever had to play under the lights for the first game of the day. For guys west of Indy that was actually a 6AM game. I know that the tournament was full but that was not a very friendly schedule. Need to find a bigger complex for next year. Thanks.

Missouri Dave
May 8, 2013
Men's 55
1 posts
Any truth to rumour an Umpire went after a senior player w/a screwdriver n tried to 'screw' player's vehicle?
May 10, 2013
4 posts
The part of going after player is true didnt bother vehicle
May 13, 2013
661 posts
ILL bet if that were in reverse(player going after umpire) there would be more done about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
May 13, 2013
Men's 50
328 posts
What happened? We were there but never heard anything about it.
May 15, 2013
661 posts
it happened in parking lot after championship game.
May 15, 2013
joel 1975
131 posts
good thing the detroit boys were there to keep umpire away from butch could have got ugly.
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