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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 12, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner monday August 12, 1963 yanks win sixth in Row nip angles in the tenth new York extends Lead to nine games As White sox split double header by the associated press it s not bad enough that the new York Yankees Are making a rout of the american league Pennant race in their usual fashion but now they be come up with a new gimmick they re sending up their Pinch hitters two or three times a game. So you get him out the first time he comes up and the second or third time he kicks your head in. Unfair Well not quite. Take Elston Howard and Hector Lopez. Howard went in to Bat for Yogi Berra in the eighth inning of sundays game with the los Angeles Angels and flied out in routine fashion. In the same inning Lopez batted for Al Downing and also flied out. No damage done. But both of them stayed in the game. So the Angels go into the ninth with a 4-1 Lead and promptly retire the first two Yankees. But the next two draw walks and Howard comes up again. So Art Fowler comes on to face him. His first pitch lands in the left Field seats and ifs a tie game. So Lopez comes up again in the 10th with a runner on second and singles up the Middle driving in Pettit again win feature at Lebanon West Lebanon . A link Pettit of Schenectady . Won the 25-Lap double trophy race before 7,400 slightly chilled fans. Pettit took the Lead on the 15th Lap from Chuck Peck of Pittsfield and held it All the Way. Doug Garrison of Hudson ., was tight on his bumper for seconded Del Nolino of Sheffield was right with Doug for third. George Henderson of Nassau ., the Winner of the first heat race took a bad flip on the 21st Lap. George escaped with a Cut on his Arm which required two stitches. Joe Messina of Albany blew a tire in the tangle and retired for the evening. The win made it two in a Row for link and five out of six. Results first race a George Henderson Doug Garrison Ralph a Rufus a Chittenden second race a Chuck Peck Pittsfield John a Delphs conn., Ken gooder Mote Troy third race a link Pettit Nelson Grignon Cohoes de Del Nolino Sheffield first Consolation a Jim Bedell Nasau . Al Ostrander Willow . Cliff Parker Somers Conn second Consolation a Dan Dudley Pittsfield Dave Abbott South Egremont Bill Armstrong Lenox. The tie breaking run. He scored a second run a few minutes later on an Angel error. So the Yankees with 6-4, extending their winning string to six the Angels losing string to seven and boosted the new York first place margin Over Chicago to nine full games. The White sox split a pair with Detroit the tigers winning the first 7-2 and the White sox the second 3-2 on Dave Nicholson a 18th Homer of the season with one out in the Lith. Minnesota closed to within a half game of the White sox on the strength of their sixth straight Victory a 5-2 Edge Over Boston while Cleveland edged Kansas City 2-1 and Baltimore beat Washington 6-2. The Yankee Victory at los Angeles was their 19th in 25 games and their eighth in to extra inning affairs this season. Howard a dramatic shot his 23rd Homer of the season was the turning Point. In the 10th, winning Pitcher Bill Stafford led off with a scratch single and went to second on Phil Linz sacrifice. Lopez followed with his run scoring single and one out later scored on shortstop Jim Fregosi a error. Don Mincher and Zoilo ver Salles hit homers for the streaking twins and Camilo Pascual stopped Boston on five hits for his 14th Victory. The red sox Dick Stuart increased his league leading Home run total to 28 with a two run shot in the sixth. Giants Trail dodgers by 3 la As wondrous Willie stays hot by the associated press Willie Mays is hitting and the giants Are winning. The National league Story Isas simple As that. With Willie still working on a 13-game hitting string san Francisco has won 15 of its last 19. From 10 games Back on july 20,the giants now Trail the los Angeles dodgers by Only 31/2 games with seven weeks to go. The fellow who was quoting Odds on a dodger Yankee world series when the fight mob was in Las vegas in late july must have revised his line. The dodgers May win it but they Are no a a out bet. The front line dodger pitching faltered sunday when Cincinnati knocked out Sandy Koufax in a six run sixth inning in route to a 9-4 Victory on 16 hits. The giants made it three in a Row Over the Phillies 5-1, on a five hitter by Jack Sanford with ninth inning assist from Billy Hoeft and Don Larsen. Jerry Lynch provided the heroics at Pittsburgh with a two run Homer that gave the pirates a 2-1 Edge Over Houston. Hal Brown had a 1-0 Lead with two out in the ninth. Then Roberto Clemente singled and Lynch hit his 10th Home run. Tony Cloninger turned in the top pitching Job by striking out 11 St. Louis cardinals while pitching a four hitter for the Milwaukee braves who beat Curt Simmons 9-1. Eddie Mathews hit a three run Homer for the braves. Dick Ellsworth won his 16th for the Chicago cubs in the 8-1 opener but the new York mets bounced Back with a vengeance and clobbered the cubs 11-4 for a split of their doubleheader. Chuck Hiller drove in three runs for the giants two of them with a seventh inning Homer off John patriots must Cut squad after rugged loss 50-17 Andover mass. Apr coach Mike Holovak will have to work fast and furiously today and tomorrow to get his Boston patriots ready for their american football league exhibition game with the Houston oilers at nearby Lowell wednesday. The patriots lost their second exhibition game saturday night to the san Diego chargers. A loss was almost expected by Patriot officials because Holovak makes heavy use of rookies but no one imagined the score would pageantry set for Maple sugar shrine football Windsor one of the most spectacular events of the sum Mer season a the tenth annual shrine Maple sugar bowl game will be played at Dartmouth a memorial stadium in Hanover . August 24. Tickets can be obtained from the shrine office Box 1066, Hanover ., or they May be ordered by phone Call Hanover 643-3420. Linwood bean states the tickets Are Selling fast and it looks like the biggest crowd Ever will be attending the outstanding eve it it. The John Hopkins Center will be open As Well As the new Field House at Dartmouth College. There Are events to interest every member of the family. The Parade with the colourful shrine units and High school bands will take place at 12 noon and the game will be played at 2 . There will be pageantry on the Field during half time. A Sinai Joes a a new it. Sinai unit will make their first Public appearance in the Parade. Imperial potentate Howard close of Sphinx Temple Hartford conn., the titular head of Shri Ndon will be in attendance at this game a one of Over 40 such games played across the country including the famous East West game played new years Day in California. Boozer the Relief Man for loser Cal Mclish. Mays key double in the fifth opened up a 3-0 giant Lead. Frank Robinson launched the big sixth inning rally for Cincinnati with his 16thhomer. Koufax rolling along with a 4-1 Lead at the Start of the sixth was the victim. Instead of his 19th Victory Sandy had to Settle for his fifth defeat. Jim of Toole won his 15th with help from Al Worthington. Frank Howard and Tommy Davis Hom ered for the dodgers and Don Pav Letich and Robinson for the reds. Display Yjih tics 51 Victory electronics misses Chance to win in Little league by Bill Hassenplug g display slipped by electronics 5-4 in the Bennington Little league sunday quelling electronic so Hopes of winning a game before the season closes. Electronics took their usual Start by going ahead of display in the first inning As Pete Handy scored on George Bruneau a single and Steve Mears and Bruneau crossed the plate As the result of several fielders choices. Display scored two runs to electronic so three As Steve Ber Ard came in on an error aided by fran Maynard a single who in turn was brought Home by Steve Lebarron a double. Display tied the score in the second As Latour came Home on Rick Pinsonneault a single. This tie was quickly broken As Torrisi scored on Mike Crawford a single. The score was again tied by display in the fourth As Jed Donovan came across the plate on twin singles by Steve Ber Ard and Rick Pinsonneault. Display tallied their winning run in the fifth As Lebarron was walked in. Electronics tried their Best to tie it up but Muster the All important run and lost a very close game. Display Berard is Pinsonneault c Maynard la Leonard of Lebarron of Wager 2b Donovan 3b Latour of Hoisington p Sweet 2b Petit of Woodward p totals electronics Handy pub of Mears of Williamson 3b Bruneau la p Torrisi is Hart c Moroney of Crawford of Sausville 2b Murray p Keith of Raetz 2b totals electronics display a r by 2 i i 3 2 3 3 i 0 i i i i 0 2 i i 0 0 i i 1 0 0 2 19 a r by 3 i 0 3 i 0 3 0 0 1 i 2 3 2 i i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i 21 0 10 0 0 i 0 i i x Vermont advances in Little league championships Danvers mass. Apr pea body mass., will play Burlington vt., tonight for the Region one Little league baseball championship. Peabody gained the finals by winning the Massachusetts title saturday with a 5-1 Victory Over Middleboro. Burlington won the so called new England tourney saturday beating Woonsocket,r.i., 1-0. A Solo Home run by third baseman Mike Bessette with two out in the last of the sixth and final scheduled inning won for Burlington. The Winner of the Burlington Peabody game will Advance to the Eastern regional at Staten Island ., next weekend. Mattison wins Equinox Golf title sixth time Manchester a Donald l. Mattison of Manchester depot won the annual it. Equinox Golf tournament Here sunday. It was the sixth time Mattison has captured the title and the second time he has retired the awarded cup which a player retains after three victories. Mattison Defeated Fred Giddings of East Dorset 1-up in 19 holes. Mattison was also medallist of the tournament. Mrs. Marian Batchelder of Manchester won the women a division of the tourney. Runner up was mrs. Bernice Reynolds. A Buffet and social was held sunday evening and Henry Cher Bonneau presented the tournament awards. Cherry Poppers pal champions it was a full Day of baseball at memorial Park thursday As Larry Guetti Scherry Poppers trounced Chip Durocher a twisters twice in a twin Bill. In the morning the nine inning game was a Walkaway for Poppers sewed up the contest Early with a barrage of hits while Guetti hurled Brilliant Ball. With each team having won four games an afternoon playoff was in order. In the second tilt the Cherry Poppers struck first sending two runs across the plate while holding their opponents to one run in the same inning. The twisters came Back with one run in the fourth fifth and sixth innings. This did t hold up As the Poppers powered across four big runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Things looked Rosy for the twisters momentarily late in the contest when big Jim pleasant poled a tremendous circuit blast but a potential rally was then snuffed out by the Poppers who were not to be denied a Victory. Be As one sided As the 50-17 margin the chargers ran up. Part of Holovak a plans involve a player Cut. He has been alternating two offensive and two defensive units to give everyone an Opportunity to play. But now he must streamline the squad and concentrate More on getting his regulars working smoothly together. Holovak had no comments for newsmen on the outcome of the san Diego game. A when you lose by that big a margin what is there to say a he explained. A of course nobody likes to be humiliated that the game have been such a Romp for the chargers had the patriots shown a More polished attack. Two passes if caught could have Given the patriots a sizeable Lead in the first half. One was dropped by the usually sure fingered Jim Colclough and he was held from getting to the other. An interference Call was made but the damage had been Dune and Colclough was kept from possibly going All the Way. Two other babe Parilli aerials were intercepted to set up san Diego touchdowns when the chargers turned the game into a rout with a 21-Point second Quarter. Quarterback John Hadl of Kansas Fame was the big gun for the chargers passing for 263 Yards on 14 out of 25 completions. The Mark eclipsed the 261 Yards he piled up against Houston last year. Parilli did pass for two touchdowns to Colclough in the first period and to Billy Lott in the fourth. Gino Cappelletti kicked a 40-Yard Field goal to Complete Bostons scoring. Three injured players will rejoin the patriots for wednesday s game against the defending champions of the Eastern division. Halfback Jim Crawford linebacker Jack Rudolph and tight end Oscar Lofton who were not taken on the West coast trip will be available wednesday. Elevated viewpoint spectators at the Arnold Palmer Gary player exhibition Golf match at Saratoga Springs ., sunday use the innovation of cardboard periscopes which have become popular under the crowded conditions of professional Golf. Shortly after this picture the fans dashed for Pine tree cover As heavy Rains pelted the greens but most stayed on to watch the renown golfers. Staff photo read Yaz predicts baseball players will get regular rest in few years Minneapolis St. Paul apr american league batting Leader Carl Yastrzemsky predicts that regular players will be getting Brief scheduled rests during the course of the baseball season within a few years. Yastrzemsky who is hitting .332 after collecting one hit in three trips during yesterdays 5-2 red sox loss to the Minnesota twins believes the regulars will get about three rest periods of three Days duration a with the player Given one free Day for himself when he could go to the Beach or do what he wants away from the a if you come to the Park a he explained a a that a not a Day of rest actually and you might As Well play As Long As you re Yastrzemsky says a player can get tired a mentally More than he said a it comes Down to the Point where your every Day is going to the Park catching planes or buses and suiting the former notre Dame Star Hasni to looked too tired on the current Road trip in which red sox have run their losing Streak to nine. In the first eight games he had 12 hits in 28 at bats for a .428 average. Bostons controversial first baseman Dick Stuart also has produced during the trip at least since hitting Minnesota. Stuart has taken Over the Lead in the league Home run Derby with 28 and is still in front of the league in runs batted in with 78. Nine of stuarts homers have been against Minnesota with four of them coming in the current series. But despite the batting feats of the two leaders the red sox continued their plummeting toward the lower regions of the league standings. The red sox Are now in sixth place 20 games behind the Yankees. Battered Gene Fullmer thinks about retirement new York apr Gene Fullmer mauled bruised and badly beaten in his Effort to regain the world middleweight boxing title returned to the United states to mull Over the possibility of retirement. A i have no plans for retiring and no plans for going on a Fullmer said sunday night in route to his Home in West Jordan Utah. A a in a going Home to talk it Over with my the 32-year-old fighting mormon was Cut and battered and drenched with his own blood saturday before suffering a seventh round to at the hands of Champion Dick Tiger in Ibadan Nigeria. His wife Delores said in West Jordan shortly after the fight that she hoped Gene a former Champion would Call it quits. Mrs. Fullmer who has refused to watch her husband fight repeated that he had promised to retire if he failed to beat the nigerian Champion. The fight the first title bout Ever held in Nigeria was scheduled for 15 rounds but Marv Jenson Fullmer a manager asked that it be stopped at the end of the seventh when the bleeding Fullmer was virtually defenceless against tigers two handed attack. There were no knockdowns but Fullmer was Cut Over the Bridge of the nose and blinded in the later rounds by a freely bleeding Cut Over the right Eye. His body was marked by angry red welts and the bruises still showed on his face sunday. The British referee the Only official declined to say How he had scored the fight but the associated press had Tiger winning every round. The nigerian government underwrote the bout putting up $280,-ooo in guarantees. Fullmer was guaranteed $50,000and $10,000in expenses and Tiger $100,000. The fight was the third Between Tiger and Fullmer. Tiger lifted the title from Gene with a 15-round decision in san Francisco last year and they fought to a 15 round draw in Las vegas earlier this year. Aau swimming diving champs heading for a tour of Japan Chicago apr a . National swimming and diving contingent having captured nearly All the titles in the National aau championships which ended sunday Heads for a tour of Japan this week. The squad of 16 swimmers and diver Larry Andreasen will arrive in Japan scene of the 1964 olympics tuesday to compete against a japanese team for two weeks. With the exception of Tom Stock and Ted Stickles both of the powerful Indianapolis athletic club every swimmer winning an aau title in Oak Park Over the weekend is represented in the touring team coached by Ralph Casey of Southern Illinois University and managed by Ken Treadway of Bartlesville okla. Stock Winner of the 200-meter backstroke and Stickles the 400-meter individual Medley Champion asked to be left off the team in order to devote the time to . Women capture the Wightman cup 29th time Cleveland apr the United states owns the Wightman cup for the 29th time today but its 6-1 Triumph Over great Britain a finest women Tennis players was not As decisive As the score indicates. Led by Darlene hard who was seeking revenge and bouncy Billie Jean Moffitt the american girls turned a 2-1 advantage into a rout by sweeping All four matches sunday. Nancy Richey a Tough competitor from Dallas started the . To its runaway by outlasting 4-foot-ll Deidre Catt in a key match 14-12, 6-3. Six times in the opening set a second longest in Wightman cup history a miss Catt needed a game Point for a set Victory but Nancy would not quit. Then miss hard who was upset saturday by British Southpaw Star Ann Haydon Jones for the visitors Only Victory turned Ona Brilliant display of Tennis to crush powerful Christine Truman 6-3, 6-0. That clinched the Silver cup for the . In one of the finest played matches miss Moffit turned Back mrs. Jones 6-4, 4-6, 6-3. Miss Rickey a Southern methodist University Home economics major teamed with Donna Floyd Fales of new York in the final doubles match. They completed the . Sweep with a 6-4, 6-8, 6-2 Victory Over miss Catt and Elizabeth Starkle. I. Anthony scotch foursome the weekly scotch foursome was held thursday at the it. Anthony country club with 24 teams participating. Prizes were awarded at the dinner meeting following play As follows first Low Gross Iris Schneider and John Maurycy a 46 second Low Gross Sims Harte and Dave Blair a 48 b e a Pierce North Adams and Dave Pierce a 48. Tie first Low net Sim in Kokoras and Joe Schneider a 35 second Low net Bea Pierce Cambridge and John just a 36 third Low net Ann Tefft and John Valotti a 363�?z. Low putts Anne Noel and de Riley a 15 Best Hole Nesh Fienberg and George Poten a 5 on the 7th worst total score Nancy Thompson and Bob Skripak a 69 second worst total minor league results International league sundays results Atlanta 3-3, Jacksonville 1-2 Arkansas 4, Richmond 3 Buffalo 9, Rochester 7 Syracuse 6, Columbus 5 Toronto 6, Indianapolis 5 saturdays results Atlanta at Jacksonville postponed Richmond 5, Arkansas 4 Columbus 12, Syracuse 2 Indianapolis 5,toronto2 Rochester 4, Buffalo 3 12 innings Pacific coast league sundays results san Diego 1-0, Tacoma 0-5 first 14 innings Portland 8-0, Hawaii 5-1 Oklahoma City 2, Dallas fort Worth 0 Seattle 7, Denver 6 Spokane la Salt Lake city3 saturday s results Oklahoma City 2-3, Worth 1-2 Salt Lake City 6-4, Spokane 5-5 Seattle 3, Denver 0 Tacoma 5, san Diego 4 Hawaii to Portland i score Margaret Lindley and Bob noel68. The ladies Drew for partners for the next scotch foursome to be held thursday aug. 15. The scotch foursome tournament was outlined As follows entry fee will be $12 per team or $6 per person. Play will be As follows nine holes saturday aug. 31, nine holes sunday sept. I and 18 holes monday sept. 2 with prizes to be awarded at the Buffet dinner monday evening which is included in entry fee. Eighteen holes will be played on front nine Only. Thursday aug. 15, play will be the last for drawing partners. The following two weeks participants will play with tournament partner. The week beginning sunday aug. 25, is qualifying week for the tournament but if possible we would like to have everyone qualify on that thursday evening aug. 29, qualification will be nine holes. George Poten a guest of or. And mrs. Robert Skripak donated $5 toward the scotch foursome prizes in appreciation of his enjoyment of the two scotch foursomes he and his wife i participated in. Fairdale farms b ins 7th straight in minor league Fairdale farms entry in the Bennington minor league Defeated Sprague electric co., 7-6, in a game played Friday evening at the minor league Field off county Street. The win was the seventh straight for Fairdale farms and gives them a 7-1 record for the season. Fairdale will meet the a amp a team which also boasts a 7-1 record in a league game this Friday evening. Fairdale farms team manager Toby Allen reported this morning that his team will hold a practice at the minor league Field at 5 30 ., tuesday. Next week final clearence Sale Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store their studies at Indiana University. Andreasen a 17-year-Olddiver from Anaheim calif., and Winner of the three meter springboard Competition was chosen Over it. Tom Gompf an air Force Jet fighter Pilot who captured the 10-meter platform event and finished a narrow to Points ahead of Andreasen. The team includes such record Breakers As Don Schollander of Santa Clara calif., whose 4 17.7 in the 400-meter freestyle established an american citizens record Carl Robie of the Vesper boat club of Philadelphia who bettered his own american and meet record in the 200-meter Butterfly with 2 08.8 and Steve Clark of the Santa Clara swim club who surpassed his own american and meet record in the 100-meter freestyle with 54.2. Henri Salaun wins it. Snow Tennis tourney West Dover Henri Salaun of Needham mass., top Amateur Tennis player in new England captured the single Crown in the first it. Snow Tennis championships Here this weekend. Or. Paul c. Young of Burlington and Roger Magenau of Concord ., won the doubles title in the three Day tournament held on six courts. Salaun Defeated Wayne Van Voorhees of Long Beach fla., in the finals 6-4, 1-6, and 6-1. Young and Magenau downed the team of Harry Kirsch Beverly mass., and Bob Kelly Barrington r.i., in straight sets 6-3, and 6-2. A Wilmington team of Norman Dalrymple and Phil Steckler fought to the Semi finals of the doubles Competition before bowing to the Kirsch Kelly combo in a interrupted match. There were 52 entries in the tourney including 40 singles players. Dick Mclernon was tournament chairman and the referee was Norman Dalrymple assisted by Jerry Corva Norwest Dover. Exhibition football sundays results american league Oakland 35, Denver 19 National league no games scheduled saturdays results Chicago 17, new York 7 Baltimore 26, Philadelphia 21 Green Bay 27, Pittsburgh Detroit 24, Cleveland to Minnesota 43, san Francisco 28 american league san Diego 50, Boston 17 1958 Cadillac or. Sed., two tone full Power >1695. 1957 Volkswagen Karman Ghia red >895. . Eddington inc. 239 main St., dial 442-5451 Bennington it

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