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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 15, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner thursday april 15, 1965 Drury highs Lucido cats new Grid coach Joseph a. Lucido assistant football coach at Drury High school in North Adams for the last two years will succeed Art Gage As head football coach at Bennington High school this fall. Trustees of the Bennington graded school District took the action wednesday night at their Semi monthly meeting. Lucido 26, a graduate of holy Cross where he played football All four years was named to teach French at Beni and to the football coaching Job. He will also assist with baseball and track according to supt. Allan j. Heath. School Board members had Little official comment about the switch in positions for Gage who has been head coach at Beyhl for three years. Said Board chairman Franklin a. Riley a this has been thoroughly discussed with Art Gage and there has been a reassignment of his duties. He will continue to work As physical education teacher and wrestling other school Board members when asked had no comment for the record. Lucido who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 280 pounds was considering a Job As head football coach at Brockton mass., High school but decided instead to accept the Bennington Job which pays $6,-725. Beni principal Ralf s. Kates said he had observed Lucido teaching a French class at Drury and was favourably impressed with his abilities in the classroom. Kates said he is one of the most popular teachers with both the faculty and students. Lucido had extremely favourable recommendations from Frank Navarro head football coach at Williams College John Del negro director of athletics at Drury Daniel c. Rorke head football coach at Drury and from Edmond Trudeau head of the North Adams High schools language department. Besides playing four years of football at holy Cross Lucido also played baseball for one year track for two and intramural sports briefs Phil option Boozer Philadelphia up a the Philadelphia Phillies wednesday optioned Pitcher John Boozer to Arkansas on 24 hour recall to make room for right hander Ryne Duren who was picked up on waivers tuesday. Derby on to # j new York up a the 91st running of the Kentucky Derby the first of racing a triple Crown will be televised by the Columbia broadcasting system lbs on May i from 5-6 00 . Edt. A special taped View from a helicopter above the track will be shown after the race. Sports for four years. He was graduated in 1960. He is also a graduate of Boston latin school class of 1956, where he again played football and baseball. Lucido holds a masters degree in education from Westfield state College. He taught latin and French at Chester mass., High school and coached at Cranwell prep school in Lenox mass., before going to Drury. He is married and has one Young child. Lucido will be aided this fall by assistant coaches Don Ziter and Hugh Perkins. His duties at Beni will Start in August principal Kates said. The hiring of Lucio still leaves Beni Short one French teacher next fall supt. Heath told the Board. There is also need for one English teacher a third Grade teacher at the Bennington elementary school and a first Grade teacher at the Cora b. Whitney school. In other personnel matters the Board authorized supt. Heath to sign a contract with Henry Coley of Arlington at $7,675 to succeed mrs. Ellen Mach As teacher of math at Junior and senior High Levels. Coley a teacher for several years at Arlington memorial High school met april 3 with the school boards personnel committee at a special meeting it was reported. He will begin in september. The Board approved an adjustment in the salary of miss Nancy Hollenbeck who will be one of the two Gesell Institute testers next year. She had been mistakenly credited with three years of experience instead of the four which she has. 76ers, celtics meet in Aba title tilt Here it comes Jim heir Waits for the Ball seen in Center of picture during a Bennington High school scrimmage game with it. Greylock in Williamstown yesterday. The catamounts won the game 1-0 through the no hit pitching of freshman Jerry Jepson and senior Dave Ordway. The game was played under regular rules but was More to get each team timbered up before the regular seasons Start. For example As mistakes were made by a member of either team the respective coaches were Able to Point out the error to the Man on the Field. Photo Hassenpflug dodgers Osteen hurls two hitter As la Downs Pittsburgh pirates 3-1 United press International Claude Lateen is thinking positive and so Are the los Angeles dodgers. The 25-year-old Southpaw was obtained by the dodgers from Washington in the Frank Howard Trade when the status of Sandy Koufax became painfully doubtful. Osteen a initial contribution to the los Angeles cause Angels Pound yanks 4-3 with 12 hits by Curt Block up sports writer its a new year with new faces and what a happening is sort of different. Its not at All what Yankee manager Johnny Keane thought he was getting himself into when he joined the american league champs. The tone of wednesday nights game was set Early when Rookie Angel outfielder Jose Cardenal led off the Bottom of the first with his first major league Home run off Veteran Whitey Ford. The Angels wound up pounding four new York hurlers for 12 hits and a 4-3 Triumph a the bombers second straight one run loss. With by Young award winners Whitey Ford and Dean Chance opposing each other As starters you d look for a pitchers Battle but it just so happened that neither was around when the seventh inning began. Ford was yanked in the sixth in favor of loser Hal Reniff and 4-Hjtpoiirjr z. A big 15-Pound-capacity automatic Washer that has All porcelain finish inside and out for lasting Beauty and Protection Model lw550 >199 it Griffin electric co., inc. 473 main St. Dial 447-7733 Bennington Chance the majors no. I Pitcher in 1964, was lifted in the same inning for a Pinch hitter George Brunet a 29-year-old Lethander whose major league career dates Back to 1956 and shows a total of six victories came on in the seventh and worked his Way out of a ninth inning bases loaded situation by fanning Pinch swinger Phil Linz to receive credit for the win. Shortstop Jim Fregosi the Angels leading hitter in �?T64, nailed Down the Victory in the seventh when he doubled Home Cardenal who collected four hits and Willie Smith who added three. In other american league games Baltimore whitewashed Chicago 6-0, and Washington Defeated Boston 6-4. Cleveland at Kansas City and Detroit at Minnesota were both rained out. In the National league los Angeles beat Pittsburgh 3-1 behind the two hit pitching of Claude Osteen san Francisco registered a 5-2 Triumph Over Philadelphia Houston edged past new York 7-6 in la innings and Chicago Defeated St. Louis 7-3. Milwaukee and Cincinnati were Idle. Oriole right hander Milt Pappas who bypassed an opening Day assignment because of a sore Elbow stopped the White sox cold on six hits. A 16-game Winner last season a p p a s whiffed four and did no to walk a Man As the Pale Hose failed to place two men on base in the same Frame. John Orsino and Norm Sie Bern who had poor seasons last year led the Baltimore attack with two hits apiece. Pappas was supported by a Stout Oriole defense that executed four double plays. Second baseman Don Blasin game ripped a two run triple off Ace red sox reliever Dick Radatz to drive in the winning runs in Washington a Victory Pinch hitter Jim Kings single scored the first run in the seventh and after a walk Blasin game drilled his game winning hit. Winner Buster Narum and Boston starter Earl Wilson belted the games Only roundtrip pers. Wednesday night was a route going two hit 3-1 Victory Over Pittsburgh that had even Koufax beaming and gave the dodgers their second Complete game in two starts. The former Washington lefty who won 15 games for the senators last year and credits sex manager ii Hodges with teaching him to think positively and for his consequent improvement fanned eight and had his bid for a shutout spoiled by Bob Bailey a Homer with two away in the ninth. While Osteen rested on the Bench Between innings shortstop Maury wills continued his daring base running antics copping three More stolen bases for a total of five in two games and got caught in a rundown that precipitated the first fight of the infant season. The newly appointed dodger Captain who has vowed to steal Early and often and break his own base seat Ling record of 104, reached base in the fifth inning after being hit by a Joe Gibbon pitch. Myca shooters i Cham i p match saturday the Bennington Myca or. Rifle club team championship will be decided this saturday morning when the a trigger Happy Quot of Paul Riddle shoot it out with John Wiskoski a both teams sport a 4-1 record with this saturdays match being the final team Competition on the present schedule. The a Long rifles Quot of Bobby Atwood finished with a 2-4 record and the a fugitives Quot of Randy Bates had one win against five losses. Recent individual awards have gone to Grisha Alexiev and Keith Hassenpflug for pro Marks Man Gary Allen Rick Davis Chris Patten Craig Reynolds and Greg Racicot for Marksman Vic Raci cot for Marksman first class Mark Hassenpflug and Frank Rich for Sharpshooter and Randy Bates for Sharpshooter first bar. Biggon the pirates losing Pitcher had wills picked off base moments later and in an Effort to reach second base he barrelled into Pittsburgh shortstop Dick Schofield. The two exchanged words briefly and started throwing punches. As usual order was restored quickly no one was injured and no one was ejected. Ron fairly gave Osteen All the support he needed when he homered deep to right following Rookie Jim Lefebvre sinning opening double in the fifth. In other National league games san Francisco topped Philadelphia 5-2, Houston edged new York in la innings 7-6 and Chicago Defeated St. Louis 7-3. Milwaukee and Cincinnati were Idle. By Dick Dew up sports writer Boston up a Bill russells Long championship domination of rival giant Wilt Chamberlain reaches a new Climax tonight when they collide for the 89th time in National basketball association play. Russell the shot blocking rebounding Keystone of the Boston celtics seven playoff crowns in the last eight years has been an almost continuous Champion As a Schoolboy collegian olympian and professional. Chamberlain the scoring and rebounding Star on which the Philadelphia 76ers base their championship Hopes has never played for a team that captured a major Crown. Russell carries a 59-29 professional Edge on Chamberlain tonight when the two Lead their teams into the seventh and final game of their Eastern division playoffs. Philadelphia a 112-106 win on tuesday night sent the series into the final game deadlocked at three victories apiece. The teams will be clashing be fore a 14th successive capacity playoff crowd at Boston Garden for the right to meet los Angeles in the Best of seven championship playoffs starting on National television sunday afternoon. The lakers clinched their title showdown right by eliminating Baltimore on tuesday night after the bullets had taken St. Louis out of Post season play. The 76ers shaped up As something of a Cinderella team their height might and muscle notwithstanding. Schayes club which split even with Boston bulldogs begin Ball season april 23 with six men Back Manchester a a Strong nucleus of six returning starters and six Letterman will be used by Burr and Burton Seminary this season to build what May be the Best team to come out of the Seminary in four years according to head baseball coach Carl Rice. Graduation last year Cost the bulldogs the no hit pitching of Mike Zambalis but Rice has five other hurlers who show a great Deal of Promise. Aaron Hill a Sophomore returns along with seniors John Waite and Vinnie Kayatta while two new fireball ers freshman Jim Pecor and Junior Craig Fedor round out the bulldogs pitching staff. On the other end of the Battery two experienced catchers Are available in Mike Kilburn and Mike Bentley two Sopho mores. Kilburn did most of the catching last year but Bentley began showing a lot of Promise toward the end of the season. If Bentley catches this season Kilburn will be moved to first base. The bulldogs lost Only one Man in the infield through graduation Bill a pus to. The rest of the infielders Are Strong on experience and will be a big reason for a successful season. John Wright a Junior will be Back at second base again this year while Phil Zandy will be at Short and bitty Bowen completes the infield taking his position at third base. Zandy is a Sopho More while Bowen is a senior and a three year Veteran. Utility men Amie Abramson and Jim Henry Junior and Sophomore respectively also saw Good Deal of action last year. Transfer senior Bill Belanger might break into the infield this season according to coach Rice. Burr and Burton has two thirds of its Outfield returning from last year but lost All league Art Martinez through graduation. Martinez played Center Field expertly and batted a big .550 average. The Long look for someone to fill in his shoes is cast at sophomores Jim Fleming Brad Taft and Dennis Edson along with Belanger and a Large number of freshmen. As for the other Outfield positions de Smith a Junior will be taking care of left Field while Kayatta will be placed in right when not pitching. The bulldogs begin a 12 game schedule next Friday april 23, when they Host the Woodstock wasps at 3 . The Complete schedule follows Date place opponent april 23, Home Woodstock april 27, away Ludlow april 29, Proctor Bristol april 30, Home Arlington May 3, away Arlington May 4, away fair Haven May 7, Home West Rutland May la Home Proctor May 14, away Chester May 18, Home Wallingford May 19, Home Chester May 21, away Poultney. All games will be played at 4 ., except for the bulldogs opener which starts at 3 . During the regular season had been an underdog against the Cincinnati royals in the preliminary playoffs. But that did no to keep them from knocking the royals out. The wagering Gentry who rarely err in the matter of predicting professional sports results had expected the celtics to wipe out Philadelphia a Challenge in five or at the most six games. Instead the 76ers lived up to Schayes prediction that the celtics could be beaten and his was the team to do it. Schayes still was predicting a Victory for his club including chamberlains first major decision Over Russell going into the deciding game and despite the Home court advantage that marked the first six games of the Eastern playoffs. Boston earned the right to the seventh of Odd game on its Home court by leading the Aba in regular season victories with a record 62. That advantage has grown steadily larger As both the celtics and 76ers played winning basketball on their Home boards to set the seventh game stage. The celtics had one major problem. A Strep Throat condition suffered by mrs. Tom Hein Sohn appears to have affected her Corderman husband. He was held to four Points in the latest game at Philadelphia after serving As one of Bostons top scorers through the first five games of the series. The 76ers were reported in Peak physical condition for the finale though guard Larry costello the a last of the two hand set shot artists Quot was hobbled by a leg injury that has limited his Active service to Date. Costello retires from the Aba this season and would prefer to go out a Winner. But the celtics have for Many years been nearly invincible at Boston Garden and need Only one More Victory to run their Eastern playoff championship Streak to an unprecedented nine straight. I. Ant Hony Ltd a j too it a saturday the it. Anthony country club will be open for regular play this saturday april 17. Due to the recent rain which has softened the ground on the course no electric or gasoline powered vehicles will be allowed until further notice the club reports. Dolls Sig two Baltimore my. Up a halfback Jim Bines and tackle Jim Gray both of Benedict College were signed As free agents by Baltimore thursday and will report to the Colts training Camp in july for tryouts. Untouchables Thomson a 5 a 0 Abel cable�?4 High singled. Sweet -167 area by conference Al Castleton High triple of. Lillie�?423 Petite five�?2 bijurettes�?2 High singled. Dickie�?172 High tripled. Dickie�?469 five pennies�?2 trimettes�?2 High single a. Crosier�?201 High triple a crosier�?492 the following Banks will be closed april 16, Good Friday county National Bank Bennington first National Bank of North Bennington the Vermont Bank and Trust co Bennington by Linda la Arrington Beni Catamount area gym teachers went to Castleton state College to the second annual conference of the Vermont association for health physical education and recreation last weekend. Coaches Anita Caswell and Art Gage were accompanied by Molly Stark gym teacher Bob Poblocki Tom Butterfield from Bennington elementary and Ron Reeves from North Bennington. Smooth out rough roads Kepi Ace those Orn Shock absorbers use Only the Best a Cru inc authorized parts a 239 main St. The Rolel Cadillac inc. Quot after we sell we server Tel. 442-5452 Bennington several surprises were in store for the group when they arrived. First they heard gov. Hoff speak at the luncheon and second they would have the experience of watching the worlds trampoline Champion demonstrate the Art and also perform a free exercises Quot saturday afternoon. George Hery who did the performances is the 1964 a big ten Quot free exercise Champion and the National federation Long horse vaulting Champion. Mrs. Caswell attended a softball clinic by Don Soderberg which was concerned with beginning softball programs at the secondary level both skills and strategy. Meanwhile the men were watching a wrestling demonstration by Fred Carter a introducing wrestling into the Junior senior High school physical education this was followed by a baseball clinic for the men and a seven member panel discussion for the women on the subject of intramural and varsity sports. The group travelled to Castleton again saturday to hear the final round of lectures to be Given. Mrs. Caswell attended two lectures the first on coeducational volleyball and the second on Basic techniques of choreography. The latter involved techniques in Ballet and modern dance which mrs. Caswell found to be interesting and fun since it was primarily a participating clinic. The two other teachers went to track and baseball clinics. Lunch time rolled around and the main speaker was Alvin Doggie Julian basketball coach at Dartmouth. Standings w l Bijur ettes 85 39 Tri Mettes 771/2 461/a five pennies 68 56 Petite five 52 72 Abel Cable 46 78 Thomson a 5 431/2 801/2 girls Eastern ten pin Pinch hitters i dunhams furiture�?3 High singled. Pray�?210 High triple of. Wood�?473 Princess pin jims�?4 Kool kats�?0 High single a. Gabrus�?190 High triple a. Syverstad�?503 Mitch a real estate�?0 Liggetts Lou lous�?4 High single a. Bromirski�?189 High triple a bromirski�?473 the a i Hurley Bros. 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