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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 22, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Al action Light yesterday pre intr in the Only american league game played the Chicago White sox polished off the California Angels 8-6. Bob Veale limited the slumping reds to six hits and fanned nine in posting his first Victory of the season. Milt Pappas whom Cincinnati acquired from Baltimore along with two other players in Exchange for slugger Frank Robinson suffered the defeat. Making his first . Start Pappas struck out seven and allowed Only five hits before being removed for a punch hitter in the seventh. The giants won their fifth successive game As Jim Ray Hart and Wlllie Mays poled two run homers and Juan Marietta fanned 12 in registering his third Triumph. Mays Homer in the first was the 509th of his career and left him two Short of Mel Otto Sall time . Mark. Curt flood lashed a dramatic two run Homer off Gordon Richardson with two out in the ninth inning to lift the cards Over the mets. Flood gave new York trouble All afternoon driving in four runs with three hits. Bob Gibson went the distance striking out la to notch his second Victory. Rico Carty tripled Home the tying run in the eighth inning and scored the decisive tally moments later on Philadelphia Pitcher Chris shorts wild pitch. Phil Niekro the fourth Atlanta hurler pitched three perfect innings in Relief to gain his first Victory. Pete Ward drove in three runs with a bases loaded triple and Tommie Agee scored five runs and slammed his third Homer of the year to Power the Chison. California starter Fred Newman the victim of wards blast was the loser while Bruce Howard the second of four Chicago hurlers got credit for the Victory. Standings a Vii Ric an l face w. L. Pct. Go Cleveland 6 0 .1000 % Baltimore 6 i .857 Chicago 5 2 .714 1% Detroit 6 3 .667 i % California 4 3 .571 2% Minnesota 3 3 .500 3 Boston 2 6 .250 5 Washington i 5 .167 5 Kansas City i 5 .167 5 new York i 7 .125 6 Saratoga results first Pace mite. A it Prince discovery i Arthurs 5 50 3 00 2� Guy Joe Truax Yar Destine 7.00 4 20 Winnie Over it Butcher it 4 80 time 2 13.2. Also a aerie Jarrettown Cliff. Corporal Adios lumber lad. Kin Cole Niagara Flash second Trot mile. Woo Lynn Boot silk 8 20 3 3 00 Atlas Pride 4 20 3.00 be Ermine Geraghty 5 20 time 2 11 2 All . Shady i Tore Little miss Hasty. Volpati Hanover. Lionel c. Pennington manner. Friday pril 22, 19h6-9 Saratoga entries daily double in paid j43 of i to 2 20 4.20 2 80 thursdays results Only game scheduled n \ i Ion Al. Flag be w. L. Pct. Go Pittsburgh 8 i .889san Francisco 7 i .875 % los Angeles 6 3 .667 2 Philadelphia 4 4 .500 3% Atlanta 4 4 .500 3% St. Louis 3 4 .429 4 new York 2 3 .400 4 Houston 3 6 .333 5 Cincinnati i 6 .143 6 Chicago i 7 .125 6% wild pitch a St. Louis cards Curt flood ducks away from a wild pitch by new York Metsy Rob Gardner in the first inning at Shea stadium yesterday. Cards Julian Javier Breaks for second As Metsy first baseman Kranepool covers his bag. Catcher Choo Choo Coleman goes after the Ball. Bowling results thursdays results san Francisco 5 Chicago 2 St. Louis 5 new York 4 Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati i night Atlanta 5 Philadelphia 4 night Only games scheduled menus City league High single h. Short a 214 g. Farra r. Lebarron a 210 l. Walczak a 207 High triple g. Farrar l. W b. Deery a 558 r. Greene a 557 standings away Oil smokers Empire cleaners tuttles Plante jewellers 5�?T Mustangs it. Bankers lanes electric renegades Sauls u. C. T. Shea s Wood 46 53 44 55 37 62 31% 67% girls Eastern Ink a 566 High single g. Syverstad a 216 p. Ray a 204 w l m. Mitchell a 200 66 33 High triple 64 35 g. Syverstad a 520 54 45 b. Kenyon a 512 53 46 p. Ray a 510 53 46 standings w l 50% 48% the t. 88 32 47% 51% Bowler ettes 75% 44% 47% 51% Heald plastic five 73% 46% Prince s pin jims 67% 52l/2 Mitch s real estate 67 53 fool eats 63% 56% Fine Lou Lous 58% 61% Dunham s furniture 56% 63% Oneida markets 56 64 amateurs 47% 72% Besharat a super mkt. 46 74 sliders 20% 99% third Pac mile. We Circle Dean i in sans Debbie Day Fanellis Cathy j Davis 2.60 time 2 00.1. Law started Marco. Dudley Bay. V Ictor d., Maxine m scratched sati to late. Fox a a try Pace mile 480. Knight scene it Arthurs 7 80 4 80 2 80 rhythm kid it Watson i Odo 4 00 Cash Scott Gamsey Loo time 2 03. Man wafted Bong toe Hanover. Jim Blair. Dash i m Cash. Stacey Ste fifth pane mile Evelven Pence beam let i 5 Loo 3, Cand ens George i k Ake i Lull 8 to Lens worthy Dawneen to time 2 07 ? my. Started i Quot dec. Tamara in. 4 Hame. Intention Reb-1 Star sixth Trot mile. Tao the Lions clubs of zone i. Cool Yankee Arthur i 10 40 t a Quot it l e i Little Victor Larouech 2 80 2.2 o timer it Butcher 3 40 time 2 0 4 also started Sim Hanover. Little Laird. Cah freight. Seventh Pace. Mile. To we March it Lester it 1120 t o 2 t Victory Wreath Heeney 2.20 2 2 Kathy Victoria Spoyer it 2 a time 2 0 also started a a Ardyl get . Prince Pence direct Johnny. Queen. Need. Fig huh Pace. Mile. F70n i arty wonder Gamsey 7.20 3 Ltd it 4 60 Zevla c Heeney 3.80 3.2 Weirton cred it Harshton it 4 to time 2 of also starred Pulaski Mac. Dan co Crew. Rhythm lad. Chert Eden. Att. 1,810. Handle 083 ins Fri a april 22, 1966 first Trot mile�?$600 1. Midway coast a Kalll 2. Discretion a Fanelly 3. Scotch Creek a Mcquigge 4. Gypsy Zephyr a Hamilton 5. Shad Roe a Wells 6. Dante Dee a Leduc 7. Norah a boy a Davis 8. Post kill Pam a Watson a impulse second�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Mickey Macpherson a Shafer 2. Scott a Iris a Tingley 3. Miss Kalona a Wells 4. Harvey a girl a Peckhan. 5. Willow fancy a Goodsell 6. Lilli put a Arthurs 7. Peter up a Langtry 8. Dave liner a Dock of ski a True Guinea Thi Rdv Pace a lie�?$600 1. Crackdown 2. Flemington worthy a Lefebvre 3. Graham Cracker a Collette 4. Lady mum mum a Poyer 5. Speed merchant a Weaver 6. Fabers Kathy a Aitken 7. Poor Johnnie a Arthurs 8. Ensign Wyn a Fox a Hettie c. Fourth�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Rebel land Pride a Mcquigge 2. Wisk Broom direct a Smith 3. Logandale a Davis 4. Jumbo Thomas a wines 5. Tote rope a Arthurs 6. Barry Monbar a Baumann 7. Happy Nell Dean a Geraghty 8. Bertha Adios a Blake a Dory Chubb fifth Pace Miles $600 i Mike Rainbow a Bain 2. Flashy Demon a 3. Sword Demon a Blake 4. Kingston Gal a Masse 5. Miss Knox Hills a Goodsell 6. Wild Blue a Smith 7. Shady Dale King a Bonafede 8. Little Guy put a fuss a lord Bud sixth�?trot�?mile�?$1,300 1. Argo can a Story 2. Parkers boy a Hiu 3. Swamp Root a Arthurs 4. Evans son 5. Twilight Shaheen a wines 6. Murrlan a Richardson 7. Colonie Prince a Jevons seventh�?pace�?mile�?$800 1. Handy lad a Bromley 2. Gem direct a Lefebvre 3. Post kill j on rile a Watson 4. Lord might a Heeney 5. Dazzling rate a Mcquigge 6. Crystal Seabee a Story 7. Dippy Dean a Desantis eighth Trot Miles $1,500 1. Sue Eden a Lamb 2. Terra flight a Heeney 3. General Sampson a Jevons 4. Baluk a Allen 5. Peters Pride a Story 6. Alotta a Arthurs 7. Worthy Promise a 8. Drum a Geraghty ninth Pace m lies $600 1. Colonie boy a Jevons 2. Belvedere pick a Arthurs 3. Houston express 4. Rebel Jamie a Chase 5. Nifty Mike a Hamilton 6. Trusty Prince a Dev Lezzlo 7. Robes girl a Coppola 8. Victor escort fans flood last place Yankees with unsolicited advice new York up a Ralph Houk rushed to Johnny Keane s defense today by insisting his Jot a is not in jeopardy although quickly adding a we can to go on like this a when your Ball club is in last place it s never Good. But when your Ball club happens to be the new York Yankees and it s in last place even so Early in the season the situation takes on All the grim proportions of a National calamity. Houk is vice president and general manager of the Yankees and As such he s now free Spalding official league fielders Glove plus. An official Little league baseball with the Purchase of. Motorola 19�?� portable to m29.95 reliability racked by a full year guarantee Model 19bp100b 19�?� Overall Diagonal tub Mea i fre r Roll \ too1 v i 72 in. Picture viewing area sound out front. 6v 2�?Ta Golden voice speaker. Magic Mast vhf Antenna system. High Impact polystyrene Cabinet in charcoal Brown and White colors. 17 7 8�?o High 21�?� wide 12 3 8�?� deep. Mis. Model a27 Motorola table radio $16.95 two Golden voice speakers High Impact polystyrene Cabinet in White Blue Pink or beige. Getting it from All sides. The Telephone in his private office on fifth Avenue jangles constantly and he no sooner finishes speaking with one caller than his Secretary informs him there Are three others on the line. Do this that something the callers All want action. Lbs the people who run the Yankees Aren t among he callers. They have Faith in Houk who in turn has Faith in himself his Ball players and his manager. A certainly it s a discouraging Start a admitted Houk a but i done to see How people can begin burying us this soon before we at least have a Chance to Bounce Back. A i Don t blame what has happened on Keane and no matter what anyone says his Job Isnit hanging in the Houk a manager himself once did t want his statement to sound like a vote of Confidence because he knows such votes too often result in the kiss of death. He believes Keane is a Good manager and also believes the Yankees Are a Good Ball club despite their 1-7 getaway record. Quot we could be won five of those games and possibly six a Houk pointed out. A the team simply has t been making runs and what makes it All the worse is that we be been making one bad play each game. A i m certainly not Panicky though. Contrary to what people think i Don t think our club is that bad. If we lost seven out of eight in the Middle of the season there would t be so much said about it. Coming right off the Bat though it looks a lot worse than it actually Houk concedes the Relief pitching has t been Good and says he has been looking around for help in that direction. A but none of the other clubs Are breaking their necks to help us a he said. A live been doing a lot of calling and i be had More radio the n stereo Babcock electric Morgan St. B w dial 2-9248 mattress special now going on King size Queen size extra length Bellemare amp sons no. Benn. Re. Tel. 2-6009 clubs Call me the last few Days than i be had in a year. A fall they want to is steal someone from us. Sure they la take something for nothing but they re not going to give anything Houk still sees a few Silver rays among the dark Clouds although admittedly there Haven t been Many. A Troy White has been looking Good a he said. A Jake Gibbs has done Well the Little he has caught and Lou Clinton also has other than that though it has been a rather Bleak picture. The phone on Houk s desk was ringing again. A something will have to be done a he said before lifting the receiver. A we can t go on like this. A peach Blossom tourney opens Spartanburg . Up a thirty five pros and six amateurs teed off today in the 14th annual peach Blossom invitational Golf tournament one of the oldest continuous tourneys on the ladies professional Golf association pea tour. A favored pro in the play for first placed $1,275 prize Money is the leading Money Winner on this years Lyga tour and the defending Champion Marilynn Smith of runaway Bay Jamaica. Miss Smith will be seeking her third peach Blossom title having won last year and in 1963. She has won two of this years Lyga events with victories at St. Petersburg Fla., and Delray Beach Fla. The Only other two time Winner competing this year is Betsy Rawls. She lost to miss Smith by one stroke last year. Also in the Field entered in the three Day 54-Hole tourney Are Carol Mann Winner of last weeks Raleigh invitational Kathy Whitworth Sandra Hay Nie and Joann Prentice. Seward a i Vermont i cheese i i �?o-74,1 pie n pee i store no. I amp no. 2 = open 7 Days a week to . 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