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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 23, 1963, Bennington, Vermont A 6-Bennington Banner tuesday april 23, 1963 sabers Post opening win hit Well behind Allard no contest is. Rutland by Charles j read or. A smooth pitching performance and solid balanced hitting throughout the batting order gave Bennington Catholic High school a Victory in the 1963 opener Here yesterday a a satisfying 7-1 win Over Rutland High school. George Gigi Allard was the Able Saber hurler while the bats of Ted Bridges Bob Millington and Gerry Morrissey headed the attack against two red Raider pitchers. Chs actually won the game Early scoring two runs in the third inning via consecutive close line singles by Allard Billy Hayes and Bridges with one out and another shot to Centerfield by Millington after two were gone. Rutland never seriously threatened to have a big inning though they picked up an unearned run in the top of the fifth on a single and a couple of Saber errors. That made the score 2-1 in favor of chs but the sabers roared Back in the last of the fifth with five big runs and Gigi blazed the remainder without trouble. Allard struck out 16 raiders and walked Only one and that pass came lathe final inning when the senior Mounds Man appeared to be getting a bit tired and wild High. The first game of the season for the clubs was naturally ragged in spots. In the first inning Canty stroked a Long shot to right Center Field which appeared a routine out but Bryan Pizzaro raced Over and in too far As the Ball sailed Over his head for a double. In defense of the Young Fly Chaser alumni Field was not planned Well for Early Spring late afternoon games and the Low Sun gleams brightly Over the grandstand and into the fielders eyes. The twisting wind from left to right Field was no Small Zephyer either in tile Bottom of the first Bill Hayes dashed for second on the pitch and then held up half Way As the Rutland Catcher fired behind the runner to first base and the first baseman relayed to second. The ensuing run Down seemed a formality to tag the runner out yet Hayes somehow kept hustling and Dove safely Back into first. Seemingly As a Reward he was awarded second base on the next pitch As plate Umpire Frank Bizzarro called a balk on starting Rutland hurler Garry Swanson. The Saber base running All afternoon was rugged and hustling but far from conventional or smooth. In the second with Millington on second and Tom Tom Asi on first Morrissey bashed a Fly Down the right Field line which dropped about 10-feet fair. Millington rounded third thought twice and came Back. Tomasi rounded second and headed toward third now occupied by Millington who saw what was happening and again broke for the plate but was easily tagged out. The raiders gloated Over the play but a Little too Long and Tomasi streaked behind their backs for third and made it. And every one thought that ebbets Field was gone the highest Praise for Rutland in the opener must go to Catcher 4-door automatic transmission radio amp Heater very clean $1695 Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Beni Drury today the first two games of Bennington High schools a a Southern baseball trip have not been successful dropping games to it. Greylock of Williamstown and Adams High. Today the catamounts once again invade the Bay state. Is Drury High Adams mass. Early season heroics Cheney fans 21 orioles bucs move into first safer to run counter clockwise Bob Millington of chs scrambles Back to third base but is tagged out during a bit of confusion in the second inning of the Saber Rutland game yesterday at alumni Field. Millington rounded third went Back and saw Tom Tomasi heading his Way. Millington was caught but Tomasi made it to third. Steve Frankiewicz for his Back stopping chores. He handled the pitchers Well and has a Quick accurate Arm. The two stolen bases by chs could not be charged against the rugged Catcher. And speaking of catchers one of the main problems facing coach Lou Perrotta at chs before the season was a replacement for Catcher Tubby Keith lost by graduation. That problem May not be too Large if Gerry Morrissey continues to show As Well As he did against Rutland. The Stocky Sophomore was admittedly ragged around the edges with inexperience but despite a Jovial attitude is a hard nosed player willing to learn and if his Bat keeps booming he will be difficult to replace. Not much can be said about mallards a pitching except that it was excellent a he just mowed Mem Down. He struck out the Side in the first fourth and sixth innings and the third and fourth men in the Rutland lineup faced him a total of six times compiling six strikeouts ditto for Batter number seven. Wednesday the sabers face St. Mary a of Hoosick Falls a makeup for the postponed game of saturday. The game is in Hoosick Falls and Perrotta expects to Start either Tom Moore or Millington on the Mound. Perrotta is still looking for a second Pitcher behind you know who. The whip that lashed the Rutland red raiders to a frenzy was the Strong right Arm of George Gigi Allard who fanned 16, walked one and retired la batters in a Row at one stretch. Lions club banquet tonight the annual Lions club athletic banquet is scheduled for tonight at Bennington Catholic High school at 6 30 . Guest speaker will be John c. Fuzzy Evans head basketball coach at the University of Vermont for 21 years. The athletes of Bennington High school and chs will be honoured with special awards to the outstanding student and athlete at each High school. Approximately 300 persons including the athletes parents Are expected. The opposition school of North at 4 . Steve Hilchey is slated to Start for Benld with Robert Lane his Battery mate according to coach Don alter. Big senior Hilch went the distance in the opening loss to the mounties and threw Good Ball except for the game winning Homer by Bill Leete. Hilchey also pitched in Relief in the second game against Adams and had a rough afternoon. Bob Babson is Back on the Active list after suffering a serious virus infection and will Start in Center Field for the cats. Dave Ordway will hold Down first Leo Plante at second Brad Stevens at shortstop Doug wat Kin at third base Francis Buck in left Field and Bui Hickok in right Field. A Welcome Spectator expected at the game if the weather is fair jul be Arthur Gage Beni a a athletic program director and Grid coach who recently underwent Chest surgery for removal of a Cist. Bulldogs open today not partners but champions in their division during the Myca tournament Days. Crowned yesterday were Ricky Fothergill left in the Junior class and Marcel Lettre in the intermediate class of the table Tennis Competition. Staff photo read champs crowned at of tournament chs Moore 2b Allard p Hayes is Bridges of King of Millington la Tomasi 3b Morrissey c Pizzano of Pendergast Henry of totals 2b a r h rib 4 0 i i 2 i i i 2 2 i 0 4 i 2 2 3 i i 0 3 0 2 i 3 i 0 0 3 i 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 7 la 5 a r h rib 2 0 0 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 i i 0 3 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 2 0 i 0 3 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 i 4 0 002 050 x -7 too 010 0�?1 a Rutland can Rutland Ingalls of Canty f rankle Wicz Reed 3b Porter is Crossman la Mcleod 2b Swanson p Shepard p g godchild of Kinsman of Okman of totals chs Rutland two base hits to. Errors a Bridges King Mcleod Crossman. Base on balls off Swanson 2, Shepard 2, Allard i. Struck out by Swanson 2, Shepard i Allard 16. Winning Pitcher Allard losing Pitcher Swanson umpires a Bizzaro Distasio. Major league stars batting a Hank Aaron braves drove 1,000th run of his major league career with third inning single for Milwaukee a first run later homered in 10-2 Victory Over los Angeles dodgers. Pitching Tom Cheney senators allowed Only four hits and an unearned run for 4-1 Triumph Over los Angeles Angels. Ladies menus i raincoats London fog London fog Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store by the associated press in la years in baseball Tom Cheney changed uniforms 13 times. At almost every Stop he was told he had almost unlimited potential a just before they handed him his new travel orders. But it looks As if it will be a Long time before he Ever turns in the Washington senators suit he is wearing now. The right hander who made signs of coming into his own last season when he struck out 21 Baltimore orioles in a 16-inning game won his second straight monday night with a four hitter As Slick As the top of his shiny 28-year-old Bald head. The los Angeles Angels were the victims 4-1. Only an unearned run kept Cheney from chalking up his second straight shutout. He stopped Security officer obtained at Green i. Park Pownal a a Veteran Law enforcement officer major Ray c. Smith has been named As chief Security officer at Green Mountain Park it was announced today by Vincent j. Bartimo general manager of the multimillion Dollar race Plant in Pownal scheduled to begin racing on May 24. Smith has spent the past 37 years in Law enforcement work for the state of Vermont having started As a motor vehicle inspector with the Highway patrol in 1926 where his assignments covered several counties along the Canadian Border. In 1928 he was promoted to District inspector in charge of Rutland and Bennington counties where he remained until 1945, at which time he was promoted to Deputy chief inspector and transferred to motor vehicle Headquarters in Montpelier. In 1947 when the department of Public safety was created retired Marine general Marritt a. Edson who became the first commissioner of Public safety appoint or major Smith with the approval of the governor As his Deputy commissioner and assistant in creating and developing a state police organization in accordance with the mandate of 1946-47 legislature in providing a department of Public safety. Major Smith is a graduate of Northwestern University a course in police administration Evanston 111. A graduate of Harvard school of Legal Medicine a course in homicide investigation Boston mass. A graduate of the Vermont police school which was conducted in Windsor in 1939 and during his career As a Law enforcement officer has attended numerous other schools and conferences Deal tag with this subject. Major Smith is a past president of the Harvard associates in police science and conducted a successful conference with this association held in the state of Vermont in 1956, at which time delegates from Many sections of the country attended. Married and the father of two grown daughters major Smith and his wife Are expected to take up residence in the Bennington or Pownal area before racing begins. In making the announcement of the appointment of major Smith Bartimo stated a in major Smith Green Mountain Park Lias afforded itself with the highest Caliper Law enforcement officer in the state the entire organization is highly pleased that major Smith has decided to become associated with our Boston on one hit in his other Start. In the Only other game in the american league the Kansas City athletics battled Back to a 6-5 decision Over the slumping Detroit tigers who have lost four of their last five. Cleveland at Chicago the Only other game on the schedule was postponed by poor weather. In the National league Pittsburgh took Over first place with a 2-0 Victory Over the Chicago cubs while Cincinnati dropped san Francisco to second by beating the giants 7-4, Milwaukee belted the los Angeles dodgers 10-2, St. Louis Defeated Houston 5-2 and Philadelphia edged the new York mets 8-6. Cheney who is known As a a skin among his mates because of the location of his hairline extended his scoreless inning Streak to 14, before the Angels scored in the sixth. Jim Fregosi singled off Cheney a Shin went to second on an error by shortstop de Brinkman and scored on Albie Pearson a single. Chuck Hinton homered for the senators in the first and Brinkman contributed a two run single to a three run senator fourth that chased Angel starter Ken Mcbride. The Kansas Chy Victory which . Swimmers getting hot in am s Sao Paulo Brazil apr Uncle same a youth voltage swimming squad owning five new meet Marks just in warming up gets Down to championship cases in the fourth american games tonight. The swimming program offering the first four finals of the 17-event racing Competition features the fourth Days session of the 16-Day Western hemisphere version of the olympic games. Mondays activity in this Sun drenched Metropolis produced three More Gold medal winners three new meet swimming records for the . Team and a Surprise defeat of America s no. 2 Tennis player Frank Froehling. The . Girls basketball team topped by Joan Crawford a 14 Points won an opener Over Chile 72-44. The Day brought approval of Winnipeg Canada by the american sports organization the site of the fifth am avots in 1967. Mondays three Gold medal winners included . Lightweight weightlifter at Cony Garcy York pa., argon Lhnn fencer Guillermo Saucedo in mens individual foils and venezuelan Enrico for Cella in carbine prone shooting. Carl Robie 17, Philadelphia fluttered to a record smashing 2 14.5 heat Victory in the 200-meter mens Butterfly. Dongchol Lander also 17 from Santa Clara calif., whipped through his 400-meter free style heat in a record 4 29.4. Terri Lee Stickles 16, . National sprint Champion from Santa Clara rolled through her 100-meter free style heat in 1 03.3 for another meet record. In Tennis the United states had Only Allen Fox los Angeles left in the mens singles after Froehling was trimmed easily in his first match by Juan Arredondo Mexico in straight sets 6-4,8-6, 6-2. Moved the a a to within a half game of the league leading Baltimore orioles was a real Uphill Battle. The a a spotted the tigers five runs in the first inning but Don Moss hold it. Gino Cimoli and Norm Siebern drove Home runs in the fourth Wayne Causey chased two across in the seventh and Jerry Lumpe drove in the tying run in the eighth. Dick Egan third Tiger Pitcher retired the first two men in the ninth but then Causey and Cimoli singled and de Charles drove in the winning run with another single. Work party Sachet Lulett at a packed House in the Bennington Myca yesterday they tournament Days came to an end with six champions being crowned one with in unprecedented second straight title. Dennis Hogan successfully defended his intermediate Pool Crown with a 100-86 Victory Over Chip Durocher last years Junior titlist. Marcel Lettre captured the intermediate table Tennis Crown by defeating Tunk Woodward in four out of five games a 21-23 21-16 21-19 21-17 and 21-14. Howard ther Rien became the intermediate Bowling Champion with a 266 three game total besting Chip no Shaft Arlington la needs muscle and tools hardening Back to the Early Days of new England barn raisings the no Shaft Arlington Little league is sending out a Call for assistance in All forms a the contribution of materials and the Muscles to use them. A work party will be held at the North Bennington Little league Field saturday at 2 . Necessary work includes replacing half of the Outfield Fence replacing and repairing plumbing in the Field House repair of the bleachers Field House Concession stand and backstops along with general clean up work on the playing surface. Materials needed for this work Are 50 2x4�?Ts Green outside paint roofing paper wire plumbing equipment nails and sundry equipment. Anyone willing to donate material May Contact anyone in the league As soon As possible or Call 442-9498. Also the loan of tools As hammers saws Wood shovels rakes and wheelbarrows would be appreciated. If this equipment has to be bought by the league something is going to have to be sacrificed and shortcuts taken. Recent vandalism and robbery of the North Bennington club Bouse has set the league Back farther financially. New no Shaft Arlington Little league president Joe Crossman issues the following Appeal to townsfolk for support of the boys baseball program a in less than a month the nor league leaders american league batting 25 at bats a Aparicio Baltimore and Tresh new York .400. Runs a Allison Minnesota 12 Pearson los Angeles la. Runs batted in Allison Minnesota 13 l. Thomas los Angeles la. Hits Aparicio Baltimore 18 Yastrzemski Boston 17. National league batting 25 at bats a Edwards Cincinnati .444 Demeter Philadelphia .440. Runs a h. Aaron Milwaukee and Mccovey san Francisco 14. Runs batted in Demeter Philadelphia 13 Edwards Cincinnati 12. Shaft Arlington Little league will open its 8th season of play. A tremendous amount of pm arming and work was put Forth by the founders of this league to organize build and prepare for that first game. A great Deal of Money was donated by residents in Bennington North Bennington and Shaftsbury. Parents businesses contractors and people just interested in baseball gave freely of their time and equipment to build a Ball Park which has been a credit to the Community. A during these past years the league has broadened and progressed. A minor league system was introduced to give More boys and younger boys a Chance to play. A a helping hand was Given to persons interested in starting a league for the greater Bennington area. Three years ago Arlington was incorporated into the no Shaft league expanding the league to six teams. A the countless hours spent by everyone connected with the league during the last eight years were rewarded when the no Shaft Arlington All stars became the 1962 Vermont Little league champions and competed in the District tournament in Rhode Island. A once again the area residents showed their generosity in a fund raising campaigns without which the lads could not have made the trip to Rhode Island. A to operate a Little league program such As this a a league without sponsored teams takes a Large amount of time and Money. Uniforms must be replaced new equipment and insurance purchased and the playing Field and buildings must be repaired. A Over the past several years the Field at North Bennington has fallen into a state of disrepair. Many repairs Are needed to put the Field into playing condition. Many More hours will be needed to do the work. A so once again the no Shaft Arlington league is appealing for help a help in the form of your spare time and materials. A anyone who is willing to give a few hours of time at the saturday work party will be welcomed with open Durocher a 250 in the Candle pin match. In the Junior division Teddy Roger beat Alan Plante 100-86 for the Pool Crown. Ricky Fothergill downed Eddie Ballance four straight for the table Tennis championship. In the Junior Bowling it took a double Roll off to decide the Winner As Gary Jones beat Teddy Rogers. At the end of the regulation three games they were tied at 231 and in the first Rolloff they were still tied 72-All. Jones finally won with a 71 to Rogers 68. Fish game reactivated in Arlington Arlington a Arlington fish and game club in a Well attended meeting saturday night at East Arlington firemen shall was reactivated. Several of the older members after years of service bowed out of office As they expressed a desire to see youth take Over and put new life into the organization. Officers named were Richard Stroffoleno president Carl Benjamin vice president Gilbert Wilcox Secretary Henry Hall treasurer Hermon Benjamin chairman of fish committee Robert Stroffoleno chairman of game committee. A program which will be of interest to every sportsman in the area has been planned. Manchester a an Al Veteran club will take the Field for Burr and Burton Seminary Here this afternoon at 4 . In the bulldog opener opposing Chester High school. With a squad of 15 returning Letterman Only two seniors Are scheduled for starting assignments and Throe sophomores have been named to the tentative lineup. Young John Waite a second year Man will take the Mound for the bulldogs with senior Dick Smith completing the Battery. Junior Bill Kapusta is slated for duty at first base Mike Dooley Junior second Dan Oeullette Junior shortstop either Harold Croft or Terry hos Ley both seniors at third base Sophomore bitty Bowen in left Field Junior Mike Zambalis the number one Pitcher in Centerfield and John Jenkins Sophomore in right Field. Art Martinez a Junior and reportedly the Best bulldog outfielder around will be missing from the squad this week. It will be important to see How Young Waite does in the pitching assignment since a second line hurler behind Zambalis is the prime need for the Manchester nine this season. As at the Start of nearly All baseball seasons the a a if so Are outstanding and loaded with suspense. If the bulldog hitting comes through and the Fielding remains Sharp and if Zambalis can be an Iron Man on the Mound Burr and Burton should do a satisfactory Job against class i Competition. Another Date slated for Liston fight new York apr the off and on rematch Between Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson for the heavyweight title is on again today in Las vegas june 27. Liston a advisor Jack Nilon has agreed to the Date and site a with reluctance a he said at his Home in Chester. A. A a that a right the title fight is going to be in Las vegas june 27,�?� a Liston sparring partner Fon Dea Cox. Said in Denver. Liston also in Denver was not Avail Able for comment. Nilon did no to spell out the reluctance but the chances were that he wanted the fight held in Baltimore where he is the leading concessions Man. However under contract for the first fight in hich Liston took the title on a one round knockout Patterson has the right to pick the Date and site of the rematch. Patterson first selected Miami Beach april 4, but after a one week postponement that site was finally abandoned officially because Liston claimed he had Hurt his left knee while swinging a Golf club for a photographer. Fight results Montreal a Bob Cle Roux 207, Montreal knocked out Tony Hughes 210, Cleveland 6. Windsor Chu Valo 205, Detroit stopped Jimmy Wakefield 220, Louisville 6. Special this week Only All fishing tackle induced 20% Musket shop 106 school St. Bennington it. Economy Auto stores 24ih annual fishing contest rules i no age limit i to 90 i. Mist Register at Olk store 3. Longest Trott 1st Prii 4 Mist be of \s1 Rei by i s 5. Mist be pm till in Bennington county to con its ends m a 11th prizes 1 St prize $25.00 4 pc. Bamboo Fly Rod 2 and prize $10.00 Auto. Fly reel 3 re prize $ 6 of Willow Basket come one come w i. Small Fry to ladies. Just Register at our slurp and bring in the Hig fish. It s just that Kas a. 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