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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 5, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner monday april 5, 1965 Grade schooners play Basket baseball frames Tom Butterfield physical education director for the Bennington elementary schools has been conducting the third Basket baseball tournament for boys and girls in the filth and sixth grades. The games have been played in the elementary school gym with six teams consisting of eight boys and girls to a team with substitutes. Some 140 to 150 children have participated in these games. The game originated with Butterfield during his student teaching Days in Connecticut and he has since passed it on to other teachers in there As Well As in this area. It is played with an eight and one half Inch playground Ball and has almost the same positions As baseball with one exception. Under each Basket Are three shooters which make up the defense of the team in the Field. The game starts out with the Pitcher throwing the Ball and the youngster at Bat swinging his Arm thus hitting it to the Outfield. The fielder retrieving the Ball shoots it to the nearest Basket and one of the shooters tries to put it through the hoop before the Batter can round the bases. Should the shooter make the Basket before the Batter reaches Home an out is scored but if the Batter gets to Home plate first then his team scores a run. There Are three outs to each of four innings of the game with the exception of the school championship game which lasted for five innings. The tournament was played after school in the gym with Grade champions being decided first and then the school championship game. For the first time since Butterfield started the game three years ago the fifth Grade became the school champions. Mrs. Theresa Jackson a and miss Madeen Whites rooms were the first to play in the tournament and ended up with mrs. Jackson s class romping to a 13-4 Victory after taking a 5-2 Lead in the first Quarter tallying one run in the second six in the third and one in the fourth while keeping miss Whites class to two runs in the first and one run in each the third and fourth periods. Mrs. Jackson a room went on to top miss Joyce Horst a by almost the same score As the fifth Grade champs took their second game in the tourney 13-2. Meanwhile mrs. Mary Coulters sixth Grade class was to it Ping Phillip Al Ereck a students by a slim 18-17 margin after being 6-4 in the first period. Mrs. Coulters class went ahead in the second period by outscoring their opponents 10-1. Mrs. Mary Whiteway a class made Short work of the winners of the first contest however and entered the school finals by taking an 11-9 Victory. Mrs. Whiteway steam led the first Quarter 4-3, held the Lead in the second Quarter As each team scored one run increased it in the third with a 6-0 score and nearly lost it in the fourth As mrs. Coulters room tallied five runs. In the school championship game mrs. Jackson steam held mrs. Whiteway a scoreless for three periods and racked up a 10-0 Lead before their opponents were Able to score three runs in the fourth stanza. Mrs. Whiteway a class tallied two More runs in the fifth to Complete the scoring and give the fifth Grade the championship with a 12-5 score. Members of mrs. Jackson a fifth Grade team Are Shirley Baker Ruth Ballard Bonnie Bushee Lynda Chandler Sammy col Liano Jeff Crawford Tommy Cutler Steve Dennis Debbie Esles Judy Flynn Chris Gates Russell Harwood Robert Welch Sharon Hayes Sandy Hilchey Conrad Hoffman Kathy Kehoe Bunda Kennard Ora Krumins Cheryl Maynard Keith Morse Kevin Murphy Jon Pappas Jean Peterson Joseph Salisky Jody Sprague and Paul Ulrich. Members of mrs. Whiteway a sixth Grade team Are Mears Arlene Cone Tommy Russell Vernon Pierce Steve Eddington Mara Krumins Doug Whitman Don Colvin Barbara Pratt Lisa Outwater Nancy Lackey Teddy Camp Billy Wright Jimmy Andersen Nancy Boodakian David Hollister Scott Butler Dana Mears Connie Keough George Prouty Susan Miller Robert Laporte Kim Parizo and Patty knights. Snead takes Greensboro Greensboro n. C. Up a Sam Snead just a month shy of his 53rd birthday took aim today on Golf so youngsters Quot in a bid for a fourth Victory in the masters after winning his first regular tour Victory since 1961. Snead who became the oldest Man Ever to win a major pea tournament with a 72-Hole total of 273 in the $70,000 greater Greensboro open staved off rushes by Jack Mcgowan Bil Aba standings playoff standings by United press International Eastern division final series Best of seven w. L. Boston i 0 Philadelphia 0 i Western division final series Best of seven w. L. Los Angeles i 0 Baltimore 0 i saturdays result los Angeles 121 Baltimore 115 Only game scheduled sundays result Boston 108 Philadelphia 98 Only game scheduled bar Mote Fine paints for Beauty without bother Whites so wallpapers of distinction of Al coverings of the Orient genuine grass cloth Birge colonial collection Canadian imports t Imperial washable four seasons collection Wall Tex Vanitas Schumacher Over too patterns in Stock 510 main St. 2-6841 Bennington it. Driving at the wire Wilbur Blackstone 3 reined by Harold Story drives to Victory in Friday evening s opening featured inaugural Pace at Green Mountain Park just nipping a late Rush on the outside by Brindle Las 6 driven by vie Culhane. The favorite in the $1,500 event grand flyer 3finished third on the rail after taking Over the Lead with less than a Quarter of a mile to go. Wilbur Blackstone a five year old Bay gelding owned by the Blue Chip stable of Monticello n.y., turned in the fastest mile of the opening nights 10-race card capturing the feature before 4.017 fans in 2 07. Robinson clouts fifth Homer to Lead Cincinnati Over Detroit tigers 7-3 by Casper Phil Rodgers Labron Harris and Tony Lerna to pick off the $11,000 top prize Money in the sunday. He did it with a warm Putter and a stroke of Luck that let him a hit some bad shots and get away with a a that la make them change the Odds a Little bit at the masters Quot said Snead. A instead of 20 to i ill be 19 to Mcgowan Casper and Rodgers tied for second at 278, five strokes off Snead space. They each got $4,733 while Harris received $3,200 for fifth place and Lerna got $2,900 for sixth. Bert Weaver won himself a place in the masters with his final round 67 for a 281 total that left him tied with Glenn Stuart Dan Sikes and Miller Barber a stroke behind Lerna. They got $2,275 each. Tied at 282 were Kel Nagle Tommy Aaron and Bobby Nichols who each got $1,800. Gary player Arnold Palmer Bruce Devlin and Jay Dolan had one under Par 283s for $1,450 each. Bob Zimmerman and Dale Douglass were at even oar 284 for $1,150. By Joe Gergen up sports writer like Bill Russell who was a High school basketball teammate Back in Oakland calif., Frank Robinson is the Quot big Many a on his team. Robinsons team happens to be the Cincinnati Recs who finished Only a game behind the St. Louis cardinals in the frantic National league Pennant race last year despite an a average Quot season by their outfielder. Robby s hitting in 1964 was of course average Only by his own standards. He batted .306 with 29 Home runs and 96 runs batted in a considerable output for anyone. But the 29-year-old Robinson can do better and Down in Tampa fla., they think this is going to be one of Franks big years which naturally Means a big year for the reds. The 6-foot-1, 187-Pound Fly Chaser rapped his fifth Home run of the Spring and drove in three runs sunday As Cincinnati whipped the Detroit tigers 7-3 since Robby shitting usually is the key to the reds attack ifs not surprising that the team has compiled a 17-6 record to Date the top Mark in the Grapefruit league. Robinson whose five homers rank him second Only to Tony Coniglario of the Boston red sox among the Spring shatters swim Ca tor new Pool Springfield mass. A a special a swimming carnival Quot featuring four members of the 1964 United states olympic team will be held april to to Climax the Springfield College a work week a for a new swimming Pool. Starting at 8 . Saturday april to a at the conclusion of the work week a the 90-minute carnival will feature several attempts to break existing american records for a 20-Yard Pool. The event will be held at Mccurdy natatorium the colleges 52-year-old swimming Pool on Campus. The 250 spectators maximum capacity attending will contribute donations toward the new Pool the College will construct in 1966. Incl results playoff standings series a Best of seven w. L. Detroit 2 0 Chicago 0 2 series b Best of seven w. L. Montreal 2 0 Toronto 0 2 sundays result Detroit 6 Chicago 3 Only game scheduled had had to share the club spotlight with Southpaw Jim of Toole whose Victory sunday was his fourth against no defeats. Tommy Davis who is tied with Robinson at five homers apiece continued his clutch hitting by driving in two runs in the los Angeles dodgers 8-5 Victory Over the Chicago White sox. Davis a two time National league batting Champion now has a total of 26 a big a in 21 games. Dick Groat singled and tripled in a 10-run fourth inning assault by the cards who romped to a 14-1 Triumph Over the Kansas City athletics. Groat had three hits As did Lou Brock and Mike Shannon clouded a three run Homer for St. Louis which capitalized on three errors by a a shortstop Bert Campaneria. Veteran right handers Dick Donovan of the Cleveland indians and Jack Sanford of the san Francisco giants both worked impressive stints against the los Angeles Angels who were divided into two squads. Donovan surrendered Only two hits and no runs in 7 1-3 innings As the tribe lashed the Angels 7-1, but reliever Ted Abernathy got credit for the Victory when Cleveland erupted for six runs in the eighth inning. Sanford shut out los Angeles for seven innings in a 6-0 giant Victory. Dean Chance the Angels by Young award Winner last year was hit by a line drive for the second time this year. He was hit on the Back of the knee by a shot off the Bat of Willie Mays but was Only bruised and will not miss any training. Elsewhere cookie Rojas third hit of the game a 10th inning single scored Tony Gonzalez from third and gave the Philadelphia Phillies a 4-3 Conquest of the Baltimore orioles. Tony Cloninger became the Bennington Arlington teams topped in Demolay tourney Bennington and Arlington Manchester teams were Defeated in the state Demolay basketball tournaments held in Rutland Over the weekend As Arlington Manchester took Bennington 49-27 in the preliminary rounds but lost out to Burlington 56-45 in the Semi finals. Rutland in the meanwhile made a clean sweep of Middlebury 87-21 and Barre 60-38 to win the state championship and get a shot at the new eng lands to be held in Northwood n.h., next Friday and saturday. Frank Hall former Star on the Arlington memorial High school hoop team was the Only Man on the Arlington Manchester team to score in double figures As he tallied 17 Points for a game High total. Bill Austin led Bennington steam with 15 Points and was Fol i Lowed by John Wilkinson with 14 Points. In Arlington a second game Burlington took an Early Lead of 13-11 in the first period and increased it until the game ended with the 56-45 defeat of the Bennington county team. Burlington was beaten 101-19 Friday night by Rutland. High scorers for the Arlington Manchester team were Tim Lindsey with 14, Frank Hall and Jim Marckres with 12 Points each. . G f t Lindsey 419 Hall 8 i 17 Reynolds too Marckres 2 4 8 Moore 10 2 Hess too Norse too Smith 3 0 6 Hoard 3 i 7 Miner 0 0 0 totals 21 7 49 Bennington g f t Fothergill 0 0 0 Austin 7 i 15 Prentiss 3 0 6 Van orman i 0 2 Wilkinson 6 2 14 totals 17 3 37 Arlington 13 24 41 49 Bennington 5 la 16 37 officials Powers Mcdonough Burlington g f t Myers 6 4 16 Beck 7 0 14 Nye 0 0 0 Turmelle 0 0 0 Shannon 7 3 17 Morrell Strobridge Moran Bacon Vanburns totals . Lindsey Hall Reynolds Mackres Moore Hess Norse Smith Hoard Miner totals officials Cioffredo Mcdonough 0 0 0 0 i i 0 0 0 2 0 4 2 0 4 24 8 56 g f t 7 0 14 6 0 12 i 0 2 4 4 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 i 0 0 0 20 5 45 31 39 56 21 33 45 52-year-old Hogan says he a Longshot in masters work All makes of cars Auto pain Tiivi 24 or towing service Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road phone 442-4266 Bennington it Augusta a. Up a Ben hogans Putter finally has come around to the Point where some Early masters arrivals insisted sunday the onetime terror of the fairways again must be rated a Chance. A it would be Only a Longshot one Quot confessed the 52-year-old two time Winner of this prestige Golf event which officially gets underway thursday a but i feel i have a Chance. A for the first time in a Long while in a starting to see some Daylight on the greens. That a encouraging to me but in a not at All satisfied with the rest of my game. In a just not hitting the Ball the touring pros will Tell you Hogan still is the equal of anyone and they emphasize the word anyone from tee to Green. The Only reason he was missing from the Winner s Circle for the past few years they add was because he simply could t putt. Being the inordinately proud individual he is Hogan shied away from the tour rather than finish among the far Back also rans. He once said he never would think i entering any tournament he did no to think he could win and As far As he a concerned it still goes. A of i did no to feel i had a Chance to win Here i have bothered coming in the first place Quot he said in that cold steel tone he made famous when he ruled the golfing Roost. A i had hoped for More work before i got Here but the weather was so bad Back Home in Texas that i get in much Hogan won his first masters title in 1951 and his second in 1953 with a 72-Hole total of 274 strokes which still stands As an All time record. He also finished second foul times including twice in playoffs. A live been Here a week already but in be Only been Able to play the course three times because of the weather Quot he said. A it s very wet and its playing awfully Long. On a slow course like this there Are 12 holes where my drives Are coming to rest on Hills. If i Caw carry to or 15 Yards farther id be Able to be three clubs Shorter. Save on All your remodelling materials Armstrong suspended ceilings Weyerhaeuser panelling and Vinyl Lux floor tile h. Greenberg amp son. Inc. 32 main St. Bennington dial 2-6324 Venturi enters masters with circulatory problem., he David m. Mar tit a. A first Milwaukee Pitcher to go the full nine innings As the braves Defeated Houston 3-1 behind Eddie Mathews two run scoring singles and a Solo Homer by Felipe Alou. And Veteran Ron Kline shut off a Yankee rally in the eighth inning and held new York in the ninth to preserve a 4-3 win for the Washington senators in the second of a two game series in puerto Rico Ossie Virgil slammed a three run Homer with one out in the 10th inning to provide the Pittsburgh pirates with a 9-8 Victory Over the new York mets who had tied the game with three runs in the ninth and taken the Lead with a pair in the top of the 10thand the usually Power Happy twins were held to just four hits by three Young Minnesota farmhands and old pro Art Fowler and succumbed meekly to Denver of the Pacific coast league 4-0. By David m. Moffit up sports writer Augusta ga., up . Open Champion Ken Venturi is battling a private Jinx. Until he dramatically overcame fatigue in the blistering heat to capture the open last summer Venturi had run into a four year dry spell that appeared about to end his career As a touring professional golfer. The open Victory opened new avenues for the 33-year-old californian including an automatic 10-year invitation to play in the $130,000 masters which begins thursday. So what happens Venturi developed circulatory trouble in his hands and despite a Gallant Effort to overcome this problem goes into the masters with the realization that it would take tremendous fortitude to stay in the running with the rest of the worlds Best golfers. However the lanky Venturi is not discouraged. A sure its giving me some trouble now a a he said during pre masters practice sessions. A but in a determined to lick this Venturi has been fighting the Odds for years. He was one of the hottest Young golfers on the pro circuit in the first four years after he turned professional in 1956. He hit his financial Peak in 1960 when he won More than $41,000 but then went into his decline a winning less than $7,000 in 1962 and less than $4,000 in 1963. Last years u. S. Open when he needed medical care before going out for the second half of the Long 36-Hole final Day appeared to be a turning Point. But now there a that circulatory trouble and Venturi could Well be Back where he was before the open. Less than half of the 93 masters entries were on hand for the first official practice round sunday. Most of the others were at the greater Greensboro i n.c0 open where 52-year-o i d it Sam Snead a three time Mas f ters Champion turned in an la / under Par 273 to win that tour-/,., lament for the eighth time. I Bowling Monument league Greene so 4 Eagle Square �?0 High single a a. Hunt �?197 High triple a. Fisher�?569 w. Rootbeer�?4 andys �?0 High single a. Poore�?219 High triple a. Poore�?555 dunham�?Ts�?3 Crosier so i High single a. Dunham�?215 High triple a. Dunham�?585 mears�?4 Farrell a dist�?0 High single a. Gabrus�?191 High triple of. Davis�?523 Green arrows�?4 Benn tile�?0 High singles. Miller�?215 High triples. Miller�?545 hogans chevy�?2 county national�?2 High single a. Noyes�?241 High triple a. Noyes�?595 standings Greene s Eagle Square Andy a county National dunhams Farrell a dist. Mears Crosier a Benn. Tile hogans Chevy Green arrows . Z11 a a 75 45 67 53 64 56 63 57 62 58 61 59 61 59 59 61 58 62 57 63 49 71 45 75 Hodges says senators will Start climb Iii Al by Leo la. Petersen up sports editor Pompano Beach fla., up a the Washington senators have a lot of new faces and what manager ii Hodges Calls a a new Outlook on that does no to mean he has any ambitions like winning the 1965 american league Pennant. A we re not in the contending class but we should Start moving up the ladder Quot said Hodges. A your hitting is going to be better and so is our pitching. And so is our attitude. I think i can safely say we no longer have a defeatist to get the new faces the senators gave up their two Best Ball players outfielder Chick Hinton and Pitcher Claude Osteen. For Hinton they received first baseman Bob Chance and All around Utility Man Woodie held from the Cleveland indians. For Osteen they got outfielder Frank Howard third baseman Ken Mcmullen first baseman Dick Nen and pitchers Phil Ortega and Pete Richert from the los Angeles dodgers. In other deals they obtained Pitcher Nick Willhite and Catcher Doug Camilli also from the dodgers and picked up Roy Sievers As a free agent. If he is healthy Chance will be at first base. If not the Veteran Sievers will get the Call. Sievers who is 39 years old has been showing his old time slugging Power this Spring. Scrappy Don Blasingame will be at second base Slick Fielding de Brinkman at shortstop and Mcmullen at third. In the Outfield with Howard who will play left will be Don lock in Center and either Jim King or Willie Kirkland in right. That does no to leave any one position for held who can play the infield or Outfield. A a a but Woody will see a lot of action Quot Hodges said. A we now have a much stronger Bench so we can do some mane vering. The Veteran Don Zimmer will be kept for Utility duty and this season May see action As a Catcher As Well As an in Lelder. A Rookie Joe Mccabe May win the no. I catching Post from last years regular Mike Brumley. Mccabe hit Only .274 in 27 games with Charlotte last season and Only .158 in 14 games with the Minnesota twins but has looked the Best of the senator receivers this Spring. Because of his Strong showing and the availability of Zimmer Camilli probably will be Farmed out. With Osteen a 15-game Winner gone Buster Narum 9-15 and Bennie Daniels 8-10 will Anchor the pitching staff other starters will be Ortega who was 7-9 with the dodgers Richert who was 2-3 with the same club Frank Kreutzer who had an Overall 5-7 record with the senators and White sox and Willhite who was 2-4 with the dodgers and 7-6 at Albuquerque last season. Last year with Hinton and Osteen the senators finished ninth. This year with All that new blood Hodges thinks better that Post. But a done to bet too much on it. V Firestone Spring special 20&Quot-24�?�-2s�?� a models completely assembled ready to ride in the crate 3495 budget terms no Money Down Stop shop save Economy Auto stores inc 530 main St., Bennington it. Dial 2-6226

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