The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 14.05.1976, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 14.05.1976, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon May 14, 1976 Ind. win slowpitch tourney The Independents swept two games 15-1 and 4-0 to win the two-day slowpitch pre-season tourney. Bob McDermott al- lowed only two hits in each game as he pitched his team to the title and estab- lished them as the team to beat. He struck out 18 in the two games. Randy Spillers got more than one hit in each game. The 57th FIS Black Knights came out of the loser's bracket to defeat COM- FAIRKEF 8-2 and 17-3 in the finals of the 16-team Pre-Season Slowpitch Tourney. The 57th had a good, tight in- Det. 1 tops Grindy The game of the week featured Grindy and Det. 1 as they battled ten innings before Det. 1 scored on Pete Castello's R-B-I single with Phil Mace on second. Grindy took a 2-0 lead in the first in- ning on base hits by Joe Spiechs, Tom Bonnell and Gil Covey. Det. 1 tied the score in the fifth on "Frenchy" Jacque's and "Peachy" Cream's base hits. Nobody scored until the tenth as pitchers Jack McLavrin and Jim Tabor kept the hits scattered. Four teams undefeated Four teams are undefeated after two days of action in the National Slowpitch Softball League. COMFAIRKEF, NSGA, Det. 1 and Comptroller led the parade as Bill Stove, Comptroller; Bill Burns, COMFAIR- KEF; Jose Kutzera, NSGA; Joshua Denni- son, NSGA; Randy Williams, NSGA; and Tony Felton, High School, are leading the hitters. Kutzera has two homers among his hits. field, adequate outfielding, good pitch- ing and plenty of power. The Knights took a 12-2 lead and, despite the loss of pitcher Jack Davis, who had his eye on the game too well, they maintained the lead until the end. COMFAIRKEF came back, but it was too little, too late for the Ambassadors. The High School, aided by a 54-year- old rookie pitcher and the big bat of Randy Spillers, swept the pre-season Intermediate Tourney in three straight games, defeating AIMD 8-4, Marines 11-1 and 57th FIS 16-6. Randy batted in 15 runs in the three games. Doug Rautio, at short stop, was outstanding while all the H.S. batters had a field day. 57th came in second, defeating NSGA 10-0 and VP-5 8-7. Spillers selected Randy Spillers was chosen player of the week for his heroics in the weekend playoff action. Randy went 5/6 in the Fastpitch Tourney as the Independents won 15-1 over 57th FIS and 4-0 over NSGA. In the Intermediate action, Randy went 9/11 including four triples and three homers while batting 15 runs in three games. Heinies 4KO' Fantastics The Heinies defeated the Fantastics for the Mixed Doubles Volleyball Champi- onship 15-10, 15-6. This game ends vol- leyball competition for the year. The two teams had been tied with 20-2 re- cords for the season. Jfetes^ League standings NORTHERN LIGHTS LEAGUE 1. Unholy Rollers 16 - 12 2. Grindy Grinders 151{-12!5 3. Gutter Dusters 15 - 13 4. Dumb Belles 15 - 13 5. Pick Pockets 15 - 13 High Series: Inez Parrott 522 High Game: Bev McKie 208 Anyone interested in bowling on Monday afternoon league should contact Carol Holmes at ext. 7148. ICELA.ID COUPLES LEAGUE High Series: Women Men Sonja Cristwell 512 Bud Quinn (sub) 626 Carol Holmes 481 Harlyn Parker 563 Chris Thornton 471 Dwane Knott 554 High Game: Women Men Sonja Cristwell 194 Bud Quinn (sub) 215 Carol Holmes 192 Bud Snyder 213 Claudia Wolfe 189 Randy Spillers 205 Splits Converted Joan Enriquez ICEBREAKERS AFTERNOON LEA WE Team Win 5-7 Lost 1. White Knights 15% &i 2. The 111 Winds 15 9 3. Rollen On 13 11 4. Fowl Four 13 11 5. "953-2" uh 11% High Game Carol Holmes 228 Inez Parrott 211 High Series Carol Holmes 601 Merle Parker 502 Rose Parham 513 Inez Parrott 552 Splits Covered C. Holmes 6-10 T. Palozzi 5-6 L. Sawmellee 2-7 C. Lewis 2-7-8-9 Bowlers are still needed in this League. Contact Sharon at 7668. Many of the conservation measures in- But there is save it be- homes or work its electric volve saving electricity. one way customers can help fore it gets to their areas. The station procures power from the Government of Iceland. The maximum capacity of our converter (a device used to change 50 cycle to 60 cycle) is 8,600 kilowatts. The sta- tion's current work day peak load is 9,200 kilowatts, way above the maximum our converter can carry. In order to meet the demand, one of our generators, which can produce a max- imum of 1,250 kilowatts, has to be placed in service. The fuel consumption of the engine is 90 gallons per hour. At an average of 11 hours per work day, the amount of fuel consumed is 990 gal- lons or $386 per work day. For 22 working days each month, this would amount to $8,400 per month. If everyone scheduled their chores to lighten the load at the generating plant during the peak hours, the station would not have to run the generator. The utilities fuel consumption would be eliminated, and the possibilities of brownouts or blackouts would be reduced. Here's how we can do it: 1. If humanly possible, we should not run electrical equipment at peak hours— especially things like heaters, motors, floodlights, electronic equipment (in- cluding computers) and any intermittent- ly high consumption equipment. 2. Users should schedule electrical tests for off-hours. 3. Personnel must be conservative in using lights and home appliances (dish- washers, clothes dryers/washers, elec- tric ovens, and clothes irons) at peak hours. Station peak hours are from 5 p.m. each work day. a.m. to DEADLIKE: 5p.m. Monday imsM^ i Automobiles 1965 Buick, reliable transportation, see, to appreciate. Phone 4354 after 5 7022, 0730-1630 ask for TSgt Dunkinson. 1969 VW American specs, '71 engine, radio, summer and winter tires-available June 4. Call 6169 for more informa- tion. 1974 Fiat 128 American specs summer and winter tires, insurance, $300 under book price - $2100. Call 7421 or 6161. 1973 Range Rover, super four Wheel drive. Available immediately. Contact LT Hammock 4203/4459. 1974 VW Dasher, U.S. specs, 7000 miles. $3900 firm. Call Wolf, 7056. 1974 Toyota Land-Cruiser roll bar, warn model 8000 winch, carpeting and in very good condition, with 9300 miles, call during working hours 6107. 1973 Toyota Corolla, call 4278. 1966 VW American specs, red, J01842 available now, $500. Call Tom at 4108 at work or 7866 at home. 1975 Fiat 128 4 door, with European specs and Icelandic undercoating in ex- cellent condition for $2100. Call 6122 or 7550 after 5 p.m. 1967 VW Bug - inspected and insured call Glenna at 4692 during working hours. 1960 Austin Healy "Bug Eyed" Sprite, classic, over $1000 invested into car, needs minor work, runable. Asking $700 call 4693 ask for Mike. 1973 VW Fastback with American specs, excellent condition, new paint job, body work, steel belted tires, AM/FM radio. 76 inspection, insured, pre-cooling and heating system. Call AE2 Gonzales at 7287 Mon-Fri. 1969 Chevy 3/4 ton pick-up truck C20 with every extra available. Call 7435. 1974 Toyota Corolla station wagon. Call 4286 between 8-5 daily. After 5 p.m. call 7427, ask for Tony, room 103. 1970 VW Bug good condition with extra tires for $1050. Phone 4302 during working hours or 5251 after 6 p.m. and weekends 1972 Jeep Commando V-S, PS, AT, radio and extra Jerry cans. Also four studded snow tires. Call 5119 or 7257. 1973 MG Midget, U.S. specs, excellent shape throughout car Will accept part or trade for 4x4 in good shape. Call AT2 Wilson at 4325. 1970 Toyota Corona automatic, in good cond., passed f76 inspection, summer and winter tires. Insurance paid for this year. Available 1st week of June. Call between 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. 1974 Vega GT Hatchback with 4-speed transmission, deluxe interior, excellent condition, 76 inspection and very eco- nomical. Contact Lon 7585/7538. 1973 VW Squareback $400 below retail Bluebook. Available immediately. Phone 7846. 1973 VW 1300, U.S. specs, radio cas- sette tape deck, ski rack and '4 studded snow tires. Available in June. Contact Barbara Brown at work: 7412 home:9-2961. 1974 VW III for sale, low mileage and excellent shape. AM/FM radio-ph. 4477. 1969 Volvo 164- excellent condition, available mid-June. Call LCDR Bortz at 7240. 1970 Opel Kadett wagon 37,900 miles 4 speed transmission $1000. firm. Call 7344 home or 7882 duty phone. 1970 VW Beetle European specs, new paint job and body work, 76 inspected, new exhaust system, four studded and four regular tires, and good engine. Call AE2 Gonzales at 7287. 1972 VW Squareback needs a good home. A friendly car in excellent con- dition—reliable—4 new summer tires. For information, call Penni 7008/2105 or 7475 after 4 p.m. '73 VW Super Beetle, American specs., AM-FM radio, rear window defroster, snow tires, recent tune-up, '76 inspected. $1800. Call 7646. or Sale metics case $5; Tourister suitcase 22", $5 (needs lock fixed); size 9 women's shoes, like new, $5/pair. Ground poncho $8; albums $l/each. Call 7350. 8&s x ll!i oval, braided rug w/runner like new $35. One four-drawer chest $15 and one nine-drawer dresser $20. Both for $30. 2262/Qtrs 617-C. Sculptured pile bathroom carpet cut to fit B or D apt. in 1000-type housing Avocado Leaf $20. Matching seat cover and tank cover $6—used six months. Sears Die Hard battery—12 volt—top mount terminal—never used $55. Call 4253. 750 watt transformer, voltage regula- tor for VW, oil and amp gauge set for VW. Call 7829 and leave message for Jeff. Lowrey organ $600. Call 4278. Stereo Pioneer SX-770 receiver. Jen- sen TF-3C 3-way speakers BSR record changer. Complete system $260. Call 5131. Ask for Al this weekend. Sears Kenmore washing machine $65; broiler oven $15. Call Francks at 7100, 6226 or 9-3346. Portable Admiral 19-inch TV with stand $70. Call 7847/7108. One set of 4 F78-14 studded snow tires $60. One pair of Bug chains $5. One VW Bus muffler $10. Large assort- ment of comic books. 7717. Four F78-14 studded snow tires $90. Used one winter, cost $154 new. Call 7212 day, 7277 night. Wanted SA 6500 Panasonic receiver $250. Call 7646. Be prepared for next winter—buy your studded snow tires now. E78-14, only used 5 months, $25/ea. Tourister cos- Clothes dryer and lawnmower before May 19. Call 7274. Bicycle for eight-year-old boy. Call McCormick 5237. Typewriter in fairly good condition. Call 7436 from 8 to 5 p.m. 2136 after 5 p.m. Ask for Zitzow. Babysitter for 2 small children in our house on base. Phone work 7721 or home 5276. Need babysitter in my home for two children ages 5 months and 5 years. Monday-Friday 3 to 5. Please call 5268 after 5 p.m. Kenmore washer, two baby crib frames, end tables, table and chairs, swing set, carpet pieces, rocking horse and other miscellaneous items. Ph. 6258, 607G tomorrow. Pack Out Sale. Huge oak barrel $25. Moroccan Samovar $145. Two-bladed brass propeller, 17 inches wide, $20. Crib and mattress, $25. 2113. One pair Bose 901 ebony speakers with stands, $450. Call 7218 after 5:30 p.m. 19" B/W Motorola TV $65. One male hamster with cage $5. Call Shorty A 2163. 1 1500, 500, 250 watt transformers. All for $30 or will sell separately. Call 4468. Westinghouse washer/dryer $340. Like new. Call Sgt. Peters 8 to 4—2130. Home 6 to 10 p.m.—7151. free To good home: seven-week-old kittens weaned and box-trained—Ph. 7243. Miscellaneous The 1976 Graduating Class of A. T. Maaan would like to thank all members of the community who rented seniors, bought coffee at night school and for any other contributions made. Without their he?j the trip to Copenhagen would not ha^ been the success that it was. Thank you. Lamaze classes will begin May 24. To register, call Glenda Taylor at 7254. There will be a special meeting for the Top of the Rock Advisory Board next Friday at 1:30 p.m. for the nomination of new board officers. All advisory board representatives are urged to at- tend. Do you require someone to "House Sit" and look after your pets and slants while you tour Europe? My wife is ar- riving 14 July for a 1 week visit and I need a house, so let's get together! f;all Chuck Rigby 2203.

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