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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 18, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8 Bennington Banner wednesday August 18, 1965 Downs Arlington 5-2, faces elks at alumni tonight Arlington a the Bennington sitting firmly in second place in the interstate league standings Defeated Arlington 5-2 monday night behind the four hit pitching of Rick Bartholdi who fanned la and walked four in the contest. Bartholdi also collected an rib in the first inning of the contest As he pulled off a sacrifice bunt to score Guy Otta Viano from third base. Ottavy Ano got on base with a single and had advanced to third on a one Bagger to left punched by Steve r ice tonight at 6, the will have a Chance to tie up the interstate league race in the last regularly scheduled game Date of the season. The will be facing the elks who have led the league since it started and who have a 12-1 record. In previous meetings the elks Defeated the 40, while the nipped the league leaders in the second game by a score of 1-0. If the elks Are Defeated by two More games will have to be played before an intercity playoff is scheduled. The two games having to tie played Are a result of the elks tie ballgame with Arlington last monday and the s tie contest with the Hoosick Falls Lions last wednesday. Both games were called on darkness. In any Case both teams will be All out for tonight a contest with neither team getting the a a favorite nod. In Case of inclement weather the contest will be rescheduled with thursday As the probable rain Date. The tallied its second run of the ballgame in the fourth inning As Jay Jay Moore Drew a base on balls stole second base and was hit Home by Louie Tom Asl who collected a one Bagger to left. Arlington tied the game up and tallied its Only two runs of the ballgame in the Bottom of the same inning As Knox singled Jim Clayton walked and Young singled both men Home. Breaking the tie in he top of the sixth the brought three runs across the plate on a single a walk an error and two wild pitches. Rice started the inning and singled to Center. The next Man flew out and Moore Drew his Sec Ond walk of the ballgame. Arlington fanned the next Batter but Louis Tomasi got on with an error and Rice tallied Cyous third run. Two wild pitches brought Moore and Tomasi across Home plate before Arlington retired the sides. Arlington put a Man on base in the Bottom of the sixth inning As a result of a walk but that Tetter was thrown out attempting to steal second base for the second out of that stanza. The third out came moments later As Bartholdi fanned his ninth Man. In the Bottom of the seventh Bartholdi fanned the first two totters with the third Man up in the inning grounding to third to end the ballgame. Scanlon Maynard of r. Lacroix totals Arlington Howard 2b Wyman is Holton of Corey p Knox of Clayton Young la Coleman of Hoyt 3b totals Ari. 2b i i i 23 3 4 4 3 3 2 3 i 3 26 too 103 0 too 200 0 braves win a Jain As cards Bow 4-1 if p la Ottaviano Rice 3b Bartholdi Moore a d. Lacroix Tomasi of Durocher la Lebarron of Burgess 2b is a r h 4 i i 3 i 2 2 0 0 1 2 i 3 0 0 2 i i i 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 winning Pitcher Bartholdi strike outs la walks four he none losing Pitcher Corey strike outs eight walks four he none a big a a Bartholdi Tomasi 2arlington 2 sacrifices Bartholdi in first Archery titlist winning trophies and Vermont state tithes Over the past weekend were Pat White and Kim Roya front cub titlist Back Row left to right George Copeland menus Champion Pete Magoon Junior boy s Champ Robert bean intermediate boys Winner Jean Tarasovitch Junior girls Champ and miss Hallie Sausville Vermont women a Champion. The seven archers won their titles at the tournament hosted by the Bodkin bowmen in North Bennington last saturday and sunday. Young Vermont Archery tourney held in North Bennington tigers defeat twins 7-4 for eighth win in nine tilts North Bennington a Bodkin bowmen inc. Of Bennington recently hosted the Vermont Field Archery championships Over the past weekend on a a country club Type Field course that had National Field Archery association approval. The course was Laid out on the property of or. And mrs. Hoyt Johnson in North Bennington. Near perfect weather brought approximately 80 archers and their families from throughout the state to compete for Vermont a highest honors in Bowman shop. Events in the tournament Over the weekend included a Field round Chicken Barbecue dancing the shooting of a a spook shoot a sunday s Hunters round and the awarding of trophies on sunday afternoon. The a spook shoot involved shooting after dark with an Archer holding a flashlight on the target while a fellow Bowman attempted to hit the target with four Ai rows from different shooting stakes. Fresh from Leake farm ripened. Leake farm Cantaloupe j Corn 4 for 5 i 00 ii tomatoes cakes super Market 8 Vul of in is it s loaded with features you will really appreciate picture taking is easier and More fun with a it Bell e Howell Auto Load Cartridge movie camera see them at Bennington garage corp. 324 main St. Dial 2-5496 new Lucky strike filters put Back the taste others take away filters try new Lucky strike filters As a result of the tournament the Vermont state team championship was taken by the Barre team with a total of 2,765 Points while the Bennington team finished a close second with a score of 2,569. New menus and women state championships were taken by George Copeland of Barre and Hallie Johnson of Bennington. Hoyt Johnson took honors in class b Competition with Dick Jolivette finishing in second place. The cub boys title was taken by Pat White while Kim Roya of Pownal took the cub girls championship. Robert bean took the intermediate boys title and Jean Tarasovitch of Springfield took the Junior girls Competition. Pete Magoon copped the Junior boys title. The awards were announced on sunday by Dick Jolivette president of the Bodkin bowmen and were presented by or. Donald Todd of Barton president of the Vermont bowmen incorporated. I hits ailing Boston up a Bill Russell of the Boston celtics was voted the most outstanding player in the National basketball association for 1964-65 by the National Academy of sports. By Joe Gergen up sports writer the Detroit tigers Are cooking up something special for Charlie Dressen and it May Well turn out to be the most satisfying treat of the Veteran manager s life. Dressen who prides himself As much on his Kitchen prowess As he does on his baseball knowledge suffered a heart attack on March 7 at the tigers Lakeland fla., Spring quarters but was Back on the Job within 12 weeks. And his ballplayers would like nothing better than to dressers comeback All the More memorable by winning the american league Pennant something nobody predicted at the beginning of the year. A you feel like giving a Little extra for Charlie this year a Detroit outfielder Don Demeter said recently. A fall the Guys on the club look at it that Way. We know what he s been through with his heart that Little bit extra has been especially noticeable in the past two weeks during which the motor City club has won eight of its last nine games including a crucial 7-4 Victory Over the league leading Minnesota twins tuesday night. The win boosted Detroit into undisputed poses Sion of second place seven games behind the sagging twins. The tigers handed Minnesota its fourth defeat in the last five contests by employing the twins favorite weapon the Home run Ball. The bengals clubbed four in All including two by Willie Horton who has accounted for seven of his i e a g u a leading total of 25 against Minnesota. The Chicago White sox and Baltimore orioles moved into a three Way tie for third place with Cleveland. The Chison swept a doubleheader from Washington 7-2 and 5-1 and the orioles Defeated Boston 3-1 while the indians were edged by the Kansas City a a 3-2. The Yankees whipped the Angels 6-1 in the Only other Al game. The dodgers maintained their slim National league Lead by edging the Phillies 4-2 while runner up Milwaukee bumped St. Louis 4-1, san Francisco nosed out the mets 3-2, Cincinnati topped Chicago 6-4 and Pittsburgh rocked Houston 8-6. Baseball standings United press International Denny Lemaster who a been behind schedule since the Milwaukee braves signed him in 1958, seems to have a a arrived just in time this year. A another Warren Spahn a was the Label the braves pinned on Lemaster when they signed him As a 19-year-old in 58. But Lemasters Progress was slow. He did no to it to the braves until 1962 and he did no to Post a winning record until 1964 when he was 17-11. Even that was a bit of a disappointment and there was More this season when the 6-2, 185-Pound left hander from Corona calif., was sidelined with tendonitis in mid june. He did not return to action until july 23 and did no to begin to look like a Winner until five Days ago. He looked like a another Spahn tuesday night All right when he pitched a three hitter that gave the braves a 4-1 Victory Over the St. Louis cardinals. It was the braves fifth straight win and their 27th in 36 games enabling them to stay within a half game of the National league leading los Angeles dodgers who beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2. Lemaster yielded a Lead off single to Lou Brock and then pulled an old Spahn trick by picking him off first. After that Lemaster pitched witless Ball retiring 17 batters in a Row in one stretch before the cardinals scored in the eighth on Tim Mccarver a single and dal Maxville double. Felipe Alou who had four hits in five tries started a two run rally with a single in the third and the braves added two More in the fifth when Hank Aaron hit a two run Homer. Lemaster struck out seven in winning his second straight game and raising his season record to 6-9. The dodgers bounced Back after two straight losses to beat the Phillies behind the combined six hit pitching of Claude Osteen and Ron Perran Oskel. Rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvre singled Home the tie breaking run when the dodgers rallied for two runs in the seventh. Osteen received credit for his Lith Victory although Perranoski pitched the eighth and ninth. The san Francisco giants edged out the new York mets 3-2, the Cincinnati reds downed the Chicago cubs 6-4 and the Pittsburgh pirates beat the Houston astros 8-6 in other National league action. In the american league Detroit Defeated Minnesota 7-4, Chicago topped Washington 7-2 and 5-1, Baltimore nipped Boston 3-1, Kansas City beat Cleveland 3-2 and new York downed los Angeles 6-1. Rookie Ken Henderson subbing for Willie Mays who had the Day off doubled Home two runs in the fourth inning As the giants kept Pace with the dodgers and braves. Bob Bolin went 6 2-3 innings in Relief to win his seventh game while Jack Fisher suffered his 16th loss against seven wins. Frank Robinson and Deron Johnson hit homers to Lead a nine hit reds attack that gained Rookie Ted Davidson his second big league Victory. Johnson also drove in a run with a single to increase his league leading runs dotted in total to 97. Billy Williams hit his 20th Homer and Glenn Beckert had three hits for the cubs. Donn Clendenon a two run Homer and three hits each by Bob Bailey and Gene Alley led the pirates 12-Hlt attack. Vern Law needed help from Frank Carpin and Al Mcbean in the late innings but chalked up ills 14th Victory. Joe Morgan had four hits and Rusty staub had three for the astros. American league a Lineota Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Chicago new York los Angeles Washington Boston Kansas City thursday s games Minnesota at Detroit los Angeles at new York Boston at Baltimore night National league w. L. Pct. Los Angeles 70 50 .583 w. L. Pct. 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Art 116 Lomoro i f in messenger Boot 111 i 111 Carolyns world la n 111 Cong rimming <$12,500-510. Aids a in i s Railes turf. La Ai Sirot la xxx Irish lit in 112 motor la 115 Murad 17 113 old 2nd 1�?T9 la Reto ii la Pocky Ford 113 to thyroid la ii tobit h5 in xxx to lbs Mac. Li$1cd Rick Chaffee and rebel Ryan of Rutland members of the United states ski team Are reported Safe but still trapped 1� Portillo Chile after an Ava Lance killed five persons last week. The two Vermont skiers went to Portillo to Days ago to participate in a pre world championship meet that had to be cancelled because of heavy snows. The Snow has blocked off the Only Way of reaching Portillo which is a narrow gauge Railroad line. Bob Beattie head coach of the . Ski team said tuesday that efforts would be made to bring the skiers Down from the Andes slope As soon As possible. Neither parents of the two boys have received any word from the two Vermont skiers since or. And mrs. Harry Ryan of Rutland got a Telegram from rebel late last week saying both boys were All right. The ski team however has had several Brief workouts in the last few Days during periods it Reen Mountain results turn Dunbar of kids we seventh stake. ? year Luky Engle Star la a Rand s profile be is lion Hula a Quot i Varna up Quot n 119 act Quot a Alex 113 116 f dancer 113 i 3 i at depth 113 it tto of did Adirondack Olds i ii is 6 furlongs. In allay Diplomat 114 in Swift lady in 1-3 never in Paris 120 in of Giromo 120 i 4 Al curly Gypsy 120 111 lady dul Mcc in in lady Pitt in Saratoga results first Pace Mil 5400 2 Cherry Hill Queen lomb 6 80 3 80 2 80 5 Mitsue Langtry 7 80 4 40 i May Dawn Shofer 3 20 also Dory Chubb Betty c., sure Mill Dottle put. Scratched a Little potty a. Time 2 09 3 5. Second Poce mile 5400 5 Duffett Lincoln 24 40 6 of 5 60 1 nip Abbee Huff 3.40 2 60 i Algiers Only. Gale sell 7 20 also Bright girl Colonie girl Hurrl Hinsdale results it 4 Tel first Poce my. 1500 8 Tel s tip Carter 48 60 26 60 16 00 7 sensation Kane j of 3 60 5 Homes reach Justy silk 3 80 also Newsom Rose Croft Stephen Mck Ivo s mite nubbin mite Julia the great scratched a flashing Brooke. Time a 2 11.3 second Pace mile 5500 2 scotch War valiant 28 40 7 00 4 70 5 Goy Maundy Burgoyne 3 40 2 80 8 red dog Landry 3.40 also Mil s Pride Short fuse Runny Mede Viola William Dell Grond we. Time 2 11.3. Doily double 8 2 paid is of. Third Trot mile $500 3 ready song. Carlucci 4 of 4 to 3 40 6 Midway Cost Devine 6.60 4 40 2 Conly Abbot Gilman 3 40 also Shady Dale Roxy Ossipe lady. Sarah s girl Adios Bull. Time 2 13 0 fourth Poe. Mile 1500 5 Apache Wick Smith 4 20 3 00 3 00 i Ridge vue Alvin Horris 6 00 4 00 4 Nat Oil Dunlo Dewolf 4.20 also Fred Flanagan Mory h Bud Long ritzy Bill Congress Bor. Scratched a Jean Flanagan. Time 2 12 2. Fifth Trot. Mile s5o0 4 sweetheart s boy Cul Herne to 20 4 20 2 80 i Niru i Wanette. Moth no 30 1 Homestretch Lin Marshall 4 40 also miss soc Andoga. Dark Star borderline Gray Chuck kenyan. Time 2 09.3. Sixth Poce mile 5500 7 Homestretch Marshall 16 80 7 20 4 80 4 Nan Jean Kane to 40 6 60 3 yellow Brook Queen Mon Lono 8 60 also a. A. Sloppy s. K bumps. Hoi Wayne Judy Spencer Poplar Jack. Time 2 11.2. Seventh Poce mile $500 2 Texas Way Gilman 4 20 3 60 3 00 7 Andora Pixie Madison 2140 7 60 3 w. E Kelly Kane 4 40 also widower Spencer Little Man Faiee miss Divot july song swy Bollnng. Scratched a Breezy Dean. Time 2 103. Eighth Poce mile is of 6 Irish Pete Smith 5 40 3 20 2 60 1 Bonnie s Knight gaga 4 20 2 4c 2 Joe Dillon Morrill 2.20 also miss Roseanne dirty Dan miss Erma sue Granite Goy. Scratched a dark Hoven Star s Knight Sun time 2 08 3. Ninth Pace mile $500 1 county Mon Fesh 4 80 4 of 3 40 5 evening coast Morrill 4 80 3 20 2 Sheen Don Allen 300 also some Prince Success serf O t Glenn Butternut Everett Jerry s Valley. Time 2 11. Attendance 1,404/ Hen die $49,004. 9 60 6 2t 35 00 7.4c 3 6c Moonshine tru Kitty Cone Nellie. Rocky spirit som Chick. Time 2 10. Doily double 2-5 paid 595 of. Third Trot mile s3 too 5 Golden Pride Bromley 3 40 2 20 2 20 7 Cleve Beth Garnsey 2 40 2 20 1a dream s Echo Morse 2 20 also Little Nymph Fryer Powell mar con Horlon Bedr Elwood. Scratched a Spring Vicky. Time 2 08 4 5 fourth Poce mile 5400 8 buddy Comet Jevons la 20 8 20 4 40 i tiny Wyn Ronsford 4 80 3 60 5 Dee s Estrelita fuss 6 60 also Lizie note Mahoney Hanover summer storm Sharon Bess. Scratched Nobel mystery. Time 2 10. Fifth Poce mile 700 1 Topaz commence Davis 14 60 2 Nancy dares Arthur 4 doctor Vernon Cole also Canadian rhythm Roan flyer Painter Guy Flore. Time 2 00 3-5 1 Cool Yonkee arts Ursa 54 40 13 80 6 in 5 Rich Hup Richards 4 40 3 of 3 Stor Genie Larouech 3 20 also diner Dell High Steps Victory Lauradel Neh Osone. Time 2 08 1-5 seventh Pace mile 700 8 masquerades tip Tingley 8 40 4 40 to 3 Little lord current 4 00 3 00 3 Jester chief Bogor us 4 40 started Koppo Kov Jolly Host Topaz Block flame. Heather land Marcon mors. Time 1 07 3-5 eighth Pace mile 1,000 5 Rose Oregon Cole 12 00 5 20 3 20 2 Hiland Lark Dupont 5 20 3 80 1 vigorous Wick Corbeau 2 60 also a w Smith Promise gallon Pansy Adios Cormo c., worthy dream girl. Tim 2 04 4 5. Ninth Poe mile 700 7 vie Flanagan Russo 8 60 5 00 3 60 2 sportsman boy Arthur 14 80 6 40 8 lady wonder Heeney 4 00 also Knight scene spindle top Gen a Roi a Lex Borer View nettle Linda s de. Time 2 07, attendance tout hard 0100m1. Tuesday aug 17, 1965 weather Clear and worm track Fost first�?5 fur., 4 Dolly Doon Smith 10 20 5 20 3 40 i butter n sugar Cangarl 5 80 4 40 9 Maryclare Fairbanks 6 8c also Monarch miss eve go Friendly flame Dandy b Eze Lily s Choice i Lions or Wertzville time i 02 second�?7 fur., clog $1,100 6 next governor Smith 33 60 13 60 6 40 3 Doc s Dilemmo Fairbanks 4 60 3 40 9 Prodon Kelly 3 80 also read the mail my Liege fair cruise Royal Bronze Royal Tonga schoolmaster blender. Time 1 28 4 Delly double 4-4 Pold Sill 40, thirds furallow., 11,700 3 misty Lou la Monte 13 60 7 00 4 20 4 to clique Gilbert 4 80 3 80 8 Cido s Empire Botes 4 00 also Wondern s Pride Seitz Ocala kid. Lyn s double scratched a Edy Sius. Time 1 01. Fourth mile clog1 Soo 7 o Couf Sigler 20 20 7 40 4 80 2 toy miss Gilbert 3 60 3 00 6 Green grass Curtiss 4 00 also atomic Jet roman Lone Poches son Meadows Comet. Time i 41.1. Fifth�?5 fur., clmg., 1,300 5 who More Ernst 4 20 3 00 2 60 7 King clone. Plato 5 80 3 40 7 60 4 60 4 of 320 6 40 3 Orange bowl 3 00 also Timoor Castolon sues orbit by elector lost donor. Time 3 00 i sixth�?5 fur., clog3,100 7 Cloytee Siler 6 00 3 60 2 80 8 Royal merchant Posque Arqui 5 00 3 20 2 fire Trail porker 3 00 also West Mont Sona Busher Regent pork end of Rainbow. Tim 59 4 seventh�?7 lur., clmg., 11,100 3 Sot. F m. Thorndike w 16 80 5 Grey Lawn Cordell i soft glance Costagna Aho Bibble Prince Whitney rocket sub. Goiden Haze Wor link. Time i 28 eighth i mile. Clog. $1 ?00 6 Wing a Hru Johnstone 17 20 9 40 4 80 7 Lee berber Gonzales 13 60 6 so i Holt acre Eastman also Alert Alex Corol Barrier Jim Hamer Sun Dan. A Tim 1 41 3. Twin double 5-7-3-61 paid 1,472 00. Ninth i 5/14 mile clma1 300 1 Young Hippolythe Donahue 4 80 2 80 2 40 5 Gomont chop Eastman 3 20 2 60 2 link a link Emit 3 60 also Cir Nate Lisas buddy Petit Frere. Scratched Early breakfast. Time 2 4 attend my 3,071 handle s15s 969 when the wind slackened and the Snow stopped. Gordon Eaton in charge of the ski team since it got to Portillo said that the boys Are disappointed because they have not had an Opportunity to get much practice. Eaton said he still feels Portillo would be satisfactory for world championship Competition under Normal conditions. The world championship is to be held there next year. Lilt Lii an it Shillaw s twin double Lansing Mich. Up a the twin double a Juicy betting system that has returned up to $103,000 on a $2 ticket has been banned from Michigan race tracks because of crooked buying and Selling of tickets. Berry Beaman Michigan racing commissioner announced tuesday the twin double would be dead following saturdays card at Detroit race course Drc. The ban on the twin double followed an investigation sparked by disclosure that two professional had raked in $600,-000 or More by illegally toying a a live twin double tickets Halfway through the four race Cycle. Saratoga entries first Pov mile 600 1 h Page a vie w Lon Otry 2 Covey Rise h a use i 3 Sassy return s Ronsford 4 Lucky Ambar p Pusso 5 miss Muldoon j Vul Leahy 6 Jack d Benny w Arthurs 7 Vino tog l Funk 8 Richmond Gal k. Lewis be Marcon Pointer second Pace mile 5600 1 St Odd die k no Bonnet de 2 sober counsel j Watson 3 trusty Prince f. Dovizio 4 danger signal w. Arthur 5 Shady Dale Corson h. Shafer 6 Donald g Byrd k Heeney 7 Jerry destiny p. Wykowsky 8 bet j cookie s. Herrington a dark print third Poce mile 600 i charming Chic f. Tingley i Ciotha in Delight w. Lamb 3 Shady Dale Ida Rea i a Iken 4 flashy Demon m b and Good 5 Little Foxie t. Von Oestin 6 a s direct n. Olin 7 Santa glory d Huff 8 magic d. Corneau a Victor escort fourth Trot mile s800. 1 go Niemon Coj Nae 2 eleven Ina d. Comeau 3 Colonie Prince f. J"von3 4 Koo a s Pride r Hughes 5 Frontino r Foster 6 Jade g. Wiswell 7 Dee voted d. Huff 8 be cheerful p Davis fifth Pac. Mile 700 t mob Hoven a Goodie 2 or. M Dee d Bromley 3 Doc Valentine Franklin 4 Jay Boh h per err 5 Bonny Foster time. G Chretien 6 Spud Cambon no Driver 7 sunny a one Bogardus 8 rebel lord More. C. Helmer sixth Poce mile $600 to o s Anoel d Bromley cordons fiesta Bogardus or. C a Berry w. Lamb Cia Hoven Cassius r. Richard or Missy Dee p. Russo orbit Volo l. Oneill wild b be a Smith Mou Bob j. Donnelly seventh Pace mile $900 i Punn Yorde Sparta Mrs in Susie Jewell l von Ofrand wit March h Leduc so Otoway f. Lor Thierh valorous b Bogor us Sarah Smith Mcquigge modest boy. W. Lamb Lusty Lawrence k Heeney eighth Poce mile s3.ooo. 1 Junior mite n olm 2 Shady Dale Stohn w Arthur 3 Bill Yocum m Morschl 4 Ponco Ted g. Chrey Ien 5 targe cer d Bromley 6 Dunham Hanover no Driver ninth Poce mile s�?T00 i Volo does Mcquigge Wayne . Huff town gossip w. Lomb air rib. R Chase Chick pick j. Dunn goo or. Camilla mite s Ponstord p j. Ford d Corneous of apr log Maryonn of Devicho Lebanon Valley Speedway on route 20 West Lebanon . 4 mile High banked Oval every sat. Night 8 . Admission $2 under 12 .50 the first sunday night in every month too Lap open Competition adm. $3. Under 12 $1. Drag races every sunday time trials All Day Competition at 2 . Admission $1.50 under 12_ .50 a under 6 free special drags last sunday in every month the big finale Lebanon Valley "200�?� sunday oct. 3,-2 . $10,000. Purse $2,000. $1,500. $1,000 first 3 spots admission $5. Under 12 $2

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