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Discussion: Indy Results

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May 4, 2005
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
806 posts
Indy Results
OK, these are hot off the FAX from Midwest, drumroll... 50+ Upper: 1st CC Red/JC Painting, 2nd Motown Stars; 50+ Lower: 1st Metro Coors Light, 2nd MTI CC Gray; 55+ Upper: 1st Chicago Classic Blue, 2nd Kansas City Masters, 55+ Lower: 1st Dayton Legends, 2nd Kentuckiana 55s; 60+: 1st Olson Truck and Car, 2nd Lilly MIG Co/CC 60 Blue; 65+: 1st Stafford Sales, 2nd Midwest Geezers 65+; 70+: 1st Papa John's Derby City. Please let me know if you have comments on yours or anyone else's level of play. You can call me at 317-510-6310 during the day; so you can have your opinion offline from here. I plan to submit my comments to SSWC on Friday; so please let me know by Thursday. Thanks to everyone; I think that it was a good weekend overall. I hope to see you all in our tournament travels.
May 4, 2005
Gary Heifner
248 posts
Hi. I enjoyed the tournament as usual. I did post on another reply-How about putting the old guys up front next year on fields 1-2-3. Send the youngsters to fields 5 & 6. If you do keep it the same, how about a porta potty out there by 5 & 6..
May 5, 2005
Nancy Allen
Men's 55
806 posts
Gary, Tim and I talked about how the older guys should probably play first after I looked at the brackets Friday which would give you a better share of the front fields. I rate the teams, and he schedules; so he is learning more every year. You should also get your share with the younger guys on the front diamonds. I know there were some older games up front, but I have not gone back to look at the actual percentage. I did make sure to let him know that I have some concerns about the older guys on the turf field. I know the bounces are true, but the ball really picks up speed after it hits the turf. Believe me he hears about the porta-potties every day that usually sit in the back from the players, fans, and umpires. I know he likes to stay on time, but I am walking up to the front between every game if I am in the back. They usually seem to appear every year around race time.
May 5, 2005
49 posts
Nancy thanks for the results of last weeks tournaments. This is the second year that I ahve brought the Kansas City Masters to Indy, and I am just as impressed with the tournament in the second year as I was the first year. Tim and Co. do an outstanding job coordinating and running the tournament. Format, facilities, umpires, and balls are all well above average. We look forward to being able to return. THANKS Tim Burkindine
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