Armored Sentinel (Temple, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 5, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1961 Page: 8 of 12
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Fort Hood Softball Charts
1st ARMORED DIVISION
& Svc. Btrys. 6th Ally 3
Co. B 1st Cav 4
Co. B. 123d Ord 2 j.
Troop A 12th Cav 2 1
Hq. Co. 33th Cav 2 2
Co. B 6th Infantry 1 1
Co. A 16th Engineers 1 1
141st Signal 1
Co. C. 13th Cav 1 1
Hq. Btry.. 73d Arty 1 1
Co. B. 13th Cav 1
Hq. Co.. CCA 0 3
Co. D 6th Infantry 0
B-lst Cav 3 Hq-13th Cav 2.
B-123d Ord won on forfeit by D-6th
Hq-13th Cav 3. B-lst Cav 2.
B&Svc-6th Arty 3 B-13th Cav 2.
16th Artillery 5
50th Infantry 4
16th Arty 8. 78th Arty 2.
41st Infantry 15. 37th Armor 1.
2d Quartremagtor 10. 66th Armor
37th Armor 15. 17th Engineers 5.
50th Infantry 2 16th Arty 1.
41st Infantry 1. 78th Arty 0.
16th Arty 3. 2d Quartermaster 2.
48th Medics 12. 57th Armor 7.
78th Arty 11. 17th Engineers 10.
41st Infantry 1. 50th Infantry 0.
720th MPs 8 Hq-46th 7.
C-46th 5 B46th 0.
Hospital 3 B-46th 0.
Hq-46th 10. 578th 6.
C-46th 7 A-46th 0.
C-46th 7. 578th 1.
Dental 13 120th MPs 6.
87th Ordnance 6
85th Evac Hospital 7
Hq. Co.. 53d Signal a
697th Engineers 2
Co. B 53d Signal 1
Co. A 53d Signal 1
A-33d 7 149th Ord 5.
85th Evac 7. 129th Ord 0.
87th Ord 15 USGA 4.
85th Evac 12. 697th 4.
USGA 11 A-53d 3.
87th Ord 3. 129th Ord 2.
85lh Evac 7 Hq-53d 0.
USGA 11 A-53d 3.
87th Ord 3. 129th Ord 2.
85th Evac 7. Hq-53d 0.
USGA 21. B-53d 10.
Lady Tee Club
Stage Low Ball
Fort Hood's Lady Golfers played
a low ball tourney last Thursday
and the foursome of Laura Ladd
Dee Murphy Kay Elder and Bet
ty Lain came out on top.
The low ball tournament pre
ceded the regular monthly lunch
eon. Club chairman Betty Lain
welcomed newcomers Cindy Cox
and Sally Humphries into the club.
Hq. Co.. 6th Infantry 3
Co. A 13th Cav 2
Btry. C 73d Arty 1
Hq. Co.. 1st Cav 3
Svc&A Btrys.. 73d Arty 2
Co. A 1st Quartermaster 2
Co. A. 6th Infantry 2
Hq&A Btrys.. 6th Infantry 1
Co. C. 6th Infantry 1
Co. D. 1st Cav 0
Co. C. 1st Cav 0
Co. B. 47th Medics 0
501st Aviation 14.
2d ARMORED DIVISION
3d Artillery ...
15th Cavalry .
35th Armor ...
14'_'d Signal ...
418th Medics 1. 54th Sig 0.
KB MPs Hq-35th 2.
Hq-KB 8 670th 1.
54th Sig 7. NCO Academy 0.
KB MPs 7 649th 3.
Hq-KB 7 418th Medics 6.
(Continued From Page 7)
they meet Wolf's Department
Store from Houston the team
that won the Colored State Cham
pionship last year.
Gametime is 7:30 p.m. at Cop
peras Cove High School
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Karrass and Kruger Buddy Holstrum
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Hq-lst Cav 9 C-6th Infantry 3.
l^-lth Ord 8. 14til Trty 0.
Troops 10 142d Signal 5.
3d Arty 11. 58th Infantry 10.
14th Arty 14 15th Cavalry 3.
Troops 10. 35th Armor 3.
124th Ord 7 142d Signal 6.
51st Infantry 6. 14th Arty 4.
Troops 7. 3d Arty 2.
35th Armor 11. 124th Ord 4.
15th Cavalry 15. 142d Signal 14.
Co. C. 46th Engineers
Dental Detachment 3
Hq. Co.. 46th Engineers 3
720th MPs 4
578th Engineers J-
Co. B. 46th Engineers 1
Co. A 46th Engines ........1
q. Killeen Base
Killeen Base MPs
649th Quartermaster ...
670th Transportation ...
Hq. Co. 35th Engineers
Powell a native of Holbrook
Arizona is no stranger to the
rodeo business. The Killeen rodeo
was the fifteenth professional
rodeo that he has entered. His
background is akin to the Wild
West as he and his father run
the White Cone Indian Trading
Post in Holbrook where he started
riding the rodeo trail at the age
Unfortunately for Powell his
bronc was rather spirited and the
soldier had to settle for the ap
plause of the throng.
Joe Louis who fought as many
as three fights a month during
his long boxing career fought
his last one on Oct. 26 1951
against Rocky Marciano more
than 17 years after his first fight.
Barnett's All-Stars 300 000 x—3 4 1
Karrass and Kruger Carpenter and
JUNIOR RIFLE TOURNEY
The Fort Hood Junior Rifle Club
will sponsor an Invitational Match
tomorrow at the indoor rifle
Competition is open to junior
shooters who are individual mem
bers of the National Rifle Associa
tion and the Texas State Rifle
RIDE 'EM COWBOY—PFC Donald Powell Hq Co
Armor 2d Armored Division hangs on for dear life in the bare
back riding competition at the Killeen Rodeo last weekend. Un
fortunately Powell didn't hang on long enough as he was thrown
before the required 10 seconds "on board."
2d AD Soldier
In Killeen Rodeo
The thrill of a Wild West rodeo
was real for one member of the
2d. Armored Division last week
end when he competed in the
Roping Club of America's spon
sored rodeo in Killeen.
PFC Donald L. Powell Hq Co.
6(ith Armor gathered up his saddle
nd accessories and entered the
rodeo in the bare-back riding con
Age: 22. Ht: 6-0.
Unit: Co. C 17th Engineers.
Hometown: Melvindale Mich.
College: Henry Ford. (BS in
Experience: Dothan Ala. (Gass
D) of Alabama-Florida League
1958 batted .280 hit 15 home runs
and knocked in 85 runs Wilson
N.C. (Class B) of Carolina
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The Safe Place
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is a Safety Deposit
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National Bank of
A Safe Way to
Carry Money for
Vacation or Travel
is in Travelers9 Checks.
Fort Hood Facilities
On Headquarters Ave.
Oldest Bank in Bell County
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member Federal Reserve System
THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS
Gray and Avenue
Ronnie Steinhour a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers' farm
team currently serving with the let Cav. Div. in Korea. He once
struck out 133 batters in nine games Marine Tom Epps of Camp
Pendleton Calif. reached the pinacle of golf by blasting a hole in
one at the 150 yard par four 11th hole. The only trouble was that on
the next hole it took him eight strokes to sink the little white ball
Army Lt. Frank Scott of Ft. Benning Ga. has a wife who knows
how to get her point across. In fact Mns. Scott has earned the right
to compete in the national fencing championships this summer
When service shooters start "cracking 'em"* out at the Camp Perry
matches this year the National Match Course will consist of 10
rounds standing slow fire at 200 yds. 10 rounds sitting rapid fire at
200 yds. 10 rounds prone rapid fire at 300 yds. and 20 rounds prone
slow fire at 600 yds. Qualification scores for this course are: Expert
215x250 Sharpshooter 200k250 and Marksman 165x250 Former
Texas Tech All-American center E. J. Holub has signed two con
tracts one with the Dallas Texans of the American Football League
and the other with the Army for six months of active duty.
QUICK LOOK—Coach Max Bishop of the Naval Academy's nine
has led his team through the first 14 tilts without a defeat. The pre
vious record for a sisgle season was 12 straight (1946) while the
alltime mark is 16 (12 in '46 and 4 in '47) Vernell Listenbee of
Ft. Hood Tex. who won the Fourth Army bantamweight feather
weight and lightweight titles during the past three years will soon
be slugging for pay. A vet of 140 fights Listenbee pocketed a win
over Air Force champion Willie Thomas and runner-up honors in
Interservice competition The 1961 USAF Model Airplane Cham
pionships will be held at Langley AFB Va. July 11-15 West
Point's baseball coach Eric M. Tipton was an All-American tail
back at Duke in 1938 Richard Fortenberry of Ft. Bragg N.C.
finished the overall winner of the Second National Invitational Sports
Parachute Meet Bob Chase a former Far East Armed Forces
bowling champion is now a pro kegler who is rated among the top
eight nationally Larry "The Crusher" Hamilton who has over
300 pro wrestling matches to his credit is now serving with the
Army in Korea. He and his brother Reggie Hamilton held the
Southern Tag-Team Champion belt for eight months ... At mid-
season AF Academy baseballer Kent Lammers has swatted the
"white apple" for a mighty .444 slip. His slugging average (total
bases divided by times at bat) turns out to be a hefty .844. In 45 trips
to the plate Lammers has collected 20 hits of which six have been
doubles three triples and two homers for 38 total bases.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK—When Frank Lane explained why his
baseball team played better on the road than at home he said
"When you're away the players stay in air-conditioned hotels and
sleep from eight to twelve hours a day. But at home the kids get
them up early in the morning their wives send them shopping and
they've got a thousand and one things to do."
Sp-4 Don Burtz of the 85th
Evacuation Hospital sped the
quarter-mile in 15.1 at the Sandy
Bottom Drag Strip in California
with his 1939 Plymouth in 1958 for
a course record.
312 N. 8th
Very few of Jess Owens' dur
able records still stand. One still
holding up after 28 years is his
National Intcrscholastic 100-yard
dash record of 9.4.
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Tankers Face Kelly
(Continued From Page 7)
feet from home plate. The first
came as he led off the second inn
ing and he followed it in the fourth
with centerfielder Bob McKinney
Jack Hanley racked up his third
win of the season. He struck
out ten batters and looked fast
despite an ailing shoulder.
WACO FORT HOOD
Semonik. 2b 3 2 2
2 1 Masotti. If 3 1
Langlois 2 1 1
Jones rf 5 1 2 ^n cPac0n
O O 0
aul li 0
Errors—Langlois Martinez Herrera
Bathley. Bridges 2. Semcnik 2. RBIs—
Edmonds Jenson Hemenover Semonik
2. Masotti 3 Jones Hoth 3 McGee
Malesky. 2B—Semonik Masotti McKin
ney. Home Run—Hoth 2. DP—Martinez-
Hemenover. LOB—Waco 8. Fort Hood 7.
SB—McLaughlin Semonik Masotti 2
Jones Vartanian. Malesky.
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Langlois 2 4 4 3 4 2
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Behind the three-hit pitching of
Walt Farmer and a 14-hit attack
the Tankers up-ended the brewers
7-3 in the Saturday game.
And in the Sunday contest
the Hoodmen came up with
five runs in the top of the
13th inning to end a 4-4 tie
and provide pitcher Pete Si
erra with a 9-4 victory.
Sierra went all the way in the
2 marathon and picked up his fifth
Mcc'viiie. 2 OHoth 3b
Jenson. 2b 2
when his hit-
OI 106 bedbuI1
0 0 0
McL'ghlin 2 0 0 Cramer lb 1 0 0
minded teammates exploded after
3i four extra innings.
OMaiesky. lb 2 li
Billy Jones started the spree
ffiSSf rt !cS*"eVs I0 2 8with a double and scored on Bob
McKinney's single. Dick Hoth
'singled Dick Vartanian singled
wI°oals .....3.°...5...5...T?!!ls..0(M ooo l-lland Wally Cook walked to account
oi7 212 x—13 for another run. Then Rock Cram-
er drove in two runs with a double.
Larry a 11 i's single
scored Cramer to end the
more tha« sufficient rally.
Everybody hit for Fort Hood
and all but Masotti rapped out at
two. Jones and Cramer got
three hits including three doubles
McConviiie^ 3 I 3 3 2 apiece. Mike Semonik the hottest
5 5 2
Passed Ball—McLaughlin Carey. Wild
Pitch—McConville. Hanley. HBP—Paul
by Hanley. Sacrifice—Semonik. U—Gar
rison Mihura Johnson. T—2:53.
All a manager needs is hitting
and pitching to win.
Rock Snyder got them both over
the weekend as his Tanker base-
ballers took two from Lone Star
Beer at Houston.
3_ 10^^ since Yuri
up two (he got four singles in the
first game) to boost his average
to .414 McKinney got two and
likewise Hoth Vartanian Cook
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