~brand spankin' NEW!~
A truly classic picture from the Red Shark has poured in, click
this link. for your viewing
pleasure, thanks Donny!
This just in, High Woods immortalizes the 30th annual in film, see 'em now
The Red Shark's snaps of the 29th annual have finally arrived, clickity-click
here to see 'em. Thanks
Click here to read the Chairman's exegesis of the 29th
annual! Thanks Mr. Chairman!
High Wood's pictures of the 29th Annual have been pouring in,
naturally you want to see them
right now! Thanks Jamie!
Warren Brennan has uncovered a copy of the 1986 smigt
notes, click here to read them,
2012 smigt pix by Webbie!!!
P.V. makes an ace in September 2011, click
here to see the pics!
2011 smigt pix by Webbie, click
2011 smigt pix by Coolwhip, click
2010 smigt pix by Webbie, click
An amazing sendoff to the 2009 event, click
to see the pics...
Our Chairman inducted into the USSSA Softball Hall of Fame,
pictures of the induction ceremony are must see!
2008 pictures have started trickling in, click
to see three from the Red Shark! Warning: Not for the feint of heart...
Commander's 2007 (yes 2007) smigt pix are
Cool Whip's 2007 pictures:
Submitted for your approval; 2006 smigt pictures from
Cool Whip and the
Cool Whip's pictures of the 2005 smigt are up! Click
here to see 'em
Wait a minute! We have the Commandant's 2005 pix as well! Click
Big Red has provided us with 5 CD's of 2004 smigt pictures.
Click below to see 'em:
We also have some 2004 pictures from the Red Shark, click
to see them
Commander's pictures of the 2003 smigt are
Cool Whips's pictures of the 2003 smigt are
here to see Cool Whip's pictures of the 2002 smigt!
here to see The Commander's pictures of the 2000 smigt!
Click here to
see Col. Parker's pictures of the 2000 smigt!
The 1999 smigt pictures are
Click here to read the
1998 smigt notes...
The 1998 smigt pictures are
Click here for the 1997
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News from the front:
Congratulations to the winner of the 30th Annual SMIGT, Jim "Icepick" Schoppenhorst!
His second win in a mere three years, is there no one who can stop this juggernaut? No?
Congratulations to the winner of the 30th Annual SMIGT, Jim "Juggernaught" Schoppenhorst!
To Those I Love and Those Who
When I am gone, release me, let me go...
I have so many things to see and do.
You Mustn't tie yourself to me with tears,
Be happy that we had so many years,
I gave you my love. You can only guess
How much you gave me in happiness.
I thank you for the love you each have shown
But now it's time I traveled on alone.
So grieve for me, if grieve you must
Then let your grief be comforted by trust
It's only for awhile that we must part
So bless the memories within your heart.
I won't be so far away, for life goes on
So if you need me, call me, I will come.
Though you can't see me or touch me I'll be near
And if you listen with your heart you'll hear
All of my love around you, soft and clear.
And then when you must come this way alone...
I'll be there to greet you with a smile and
In Memory of
Don F. Hartman
October 26, 1948
February 6, 2013
At the age of
64 years, 3 months and 11 days
Strike Funeral Home
Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 2:00 PM
Officiating Clergy: Rev. Del Schnaidt
Don Frederick Hartman was born October 26, 1948 in
Dayton, Ohio to Harry and Olive (Henn) Hartman. He was
raised in Dayton and graduated from Brookville High
School, class of 1967. Don then went to Purdue University
and graduated with a Bachelors Degree in 1971. He then
served in the Air Force from 1971 - 1976. After the service
Don went back to Purdue and earned his Masters Degree in
1977. Don married Pamela Emans on December 30 1971
in Brookville, Ohio. they made their first home in Tucson,
Arizona. They lived in several locations and then came to
Anoka in 1981 where they have since made their home.
Don especially enjoyed golfing, woodworking and
Don Hartman died February 6, 2013 at Grace Pointe
Crossing Gables West at the age of 64 years, 3 months and
Don is survived by his wife, Pamela of Anoka; father and
mother-in-law, Charles and Maxine Emans of Marion,
Ohio; 5 brothers-in-law, Chuck (Marilyn) Emans of
Marion, Ohio, Rick Emans of Austin, Texas, Max (Donna)
Emans of Marion, Ohio, Mark (Jodi) Emans of Milford
Center, Ohio, Buck (Dee) Emans of Marion, Ohio; and by
many other relatives and friends.
Hmmmm, somehow this link got lost for a year, click
here to see pictures of our Chairman's
ace at the fabulous Luck Village Golf Course in Luck Wisconsin last September!
Our Chairman inducted into the USSSA Softball Hall of Fame!
Click the image to see photographs taken at the induction ceremony. Congratulations Mr. Chairman!
And now for something completely different,
SMIGT Champions Through the Ages!
1985 - 1st annual:
Pete "Petey" Serie
1986 - 2d annual:
Keith "Howitzer" Howe
1987 - 3d annual:
Dave "The Chairman" Serie
1988 - 4th annual:
Rick "Pro Jaws" Bartels
1989 - 5th annual:
Pete "Petey II" Yelle
1990 - 6th annual:
Paul "Professor" Bussmann
1991 - 7th annual:
Rick "Jawsie" Bartels
1992 - 8th annual:
Rick "The Outlaw" Bartels
1993 - 9th annual:
Don "Sharky" McCormick
1994 - 10th annual:
Darwin "Darth Vader" Kulzer
1995 - 11th annual:
Al "Key Largo" Sunnarborg
1996 - 12th annual:
Don "Red Shark" McCormick
1997 - 13th annual:
Dave "Muscles" Johnson
1998 - 14th annual:
Greg "WheelBar" Miller
1999 - 15th annual:
Kent "Cool Whip" Cool
2000 - 16th annual:
Pete "Barabas" Serie
2001 - 17th annual:
Greg "Rib Fest" Miller
2002 - 18th annual:
Greg "Billy Claw" Miller
2003 - 19th annual:
Don "Heartbeat" Hartman
2004 - 20th annual:
Darwin "Dark Helmet" Kulzer
2005 - 21st annual:
Larry "El Comanchero" Meyer
2006 - 22d annual:
Paul "Mr. Porky" Bussmann
2007 - 23d annual:
Pete "Ol' Copperhead" Serie
2008 - 24th annual:
Larry "The Cormorant" Meyer
2009 - 25th annual:
Don "Apex Predator" McCormick
2010 - 26th annual:
Greg "Billy Ball" Miller
2011 - 27th annual:
John "Outrigger" Altrichter
2012 - 28th annual:
Jim "The Glacier" Schoppenhorst
2013 - 29th annual:
Al "Large Ice Mon" Sunnarborg
2014 - 30th annual:
Jim "Ice Axe" Schoppenhorst