I agree with Helmut. The Chicago Manual, for instance, lists awkward juxtapositions as an explicit exception to the usual rule about permitting numerals for numbers only over 100 (over 10 only in scientific or technical writing, or journalism where space is at a premium, IIRC), so it would advise against a mishmash like 'six men and 14 women.' I'm not at home so don't have it with me, but maybe Mike E. or someone can cite it.
Also, I believe the Neue Rechtschreibung has abolished the old-style syllable division in which -ck changes to k-k. As far as I can tell, that new rule is not one of the ones that was changed back or reintroduced as a voluntary option in the latest revision of the NRS:
§ 111 [S. 102 von 104; .pdf]
Stehen Buchstabenverbindungen wie ch, sch; ph, rh, sh oder th für einen Konsonanten, so trennt man sie nicht. Dasselbe gilt für ck.
la-chen, wa-schen, Deut-sche; Sa-phir, Myr-rhe, Fa-shion, Zi-ther; bli-cken, Zu-ckerhttp://www.ids-mannheim.de/reform/regeln2006.pdf