Those were the days and a team had to declare what they would play, ASA or ISC. Teams or players couldn't play both in the same year. ISC was the outlaw according to ASA. They didn't get along. ISC was man's fast pitch only. ASA was everything, men,women, youth, in both fast pitch and slow pitch. ISC is about dead, and the ASA is still alive with girls FP and all slow pitch.
Ray, Did you get to watch any Sealmaster or Home Savings games? I just saw Three of the old Sealmaster players when I was visiting my 89 yo old father in early March. I played with Home in 73 behind Sterkel, Brubaker and Carlson. i wasn't needed and I only got to throw 11 games that year. I was used to throwing 40.