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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 27, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 12�? Bennington Banner saturday August 27, 1966three texans Lead Cassius Clay continues in Philadelphia open to Book title matches no Shaft Arlington champs a the pirates 1966 champs of the no Shaft Arlington Little league Are front Row from left Dave Hoyt Jim Edgerton Chuck Howard Daryl Brown Brian Christiansen Steve Berry Jeff Corey and Jim Corey. In Back Row Are coach Walt Corey John Hess Jeff Galusha Chris Keough Joe Gall and manager Arnold Wilcox. Jeff Towne was absent when the picture was taken. The pirates finished the season with a 14-1 record. Lebanon will receive coca cola trophy West Lebanon n. Y. A the Winner of the 30-Lap sportsman feature Stock car race at Lebanon Valley Speedway tonight will receive the coca cola trophy plus $500 of the $3,200 purse. He May also wind up As High Point Driver with an excellent possibility of maintaining that title for the year. The Point system closes the first week in september. Bobby Leach of Stafford Springs conn., leads now with 290 Points followed by Karl Haeussel of Latham ., with 281 and Butch Jelley of North Pownal with 275. The main event Winner receives 35 precious Points. Jelley was in the first place until a double rollover last week set him Mck to third. Barry Purdy of Bennington will seek his fourth Victory in the Lebanon Valley special class co feature. Barry is making quite a name for himself on More than one track with his no. 167. Climaxing the nine race program will be the end of the month demolition Derby with an expected Field of Over 35 cars. Pirate manager told of Job Security Pittsburgh up a the Pittsburgh pirates announced Friday that Harry Walker who has kept his potent team in the thick of the National league Pennant race despite weak pitching will return to manage the club next year. A i was talking with Harry last night before the team left for St. Louis and asked him if he wanted to come Back Quot general manager Joe l. Brown said. Quot he said he wanted to come Back. It was that the pirates have been Friday baseball j National league Houston 9 Chicago 8, first game new York at Atlanta Philadelphia at Cincinnati Pittsburg at St. Louis los Angeles at san Francisco Atlanta 6 new York 3 americ an league new York 6 Detroit 5 Washington i Cleveland 0 Kansas City at California Minnesota at Chicago Boston at Baltimore battling san Francisco and los Angeles for the league Lead despite a pitching staff which has Only one player who has won More than nine games. The weak pitching however has been offset by Strong hitting. Four pirates Are among the leagues to top batters. Pittsburgh attendance this year has been up nearly 200,000 Over 1965. Brown said no contract had been signed because a there Are More pressing matters at the a but we did not want to delay an agreement until the end of the season because it might make people think there was indecision on our part a he said. Brown termed a a ridiculous stories he read which said Walker would be on the hot seat if the pirates fail to win the Pennant. A Harry and his staff have done a great Job a Brown said. A we have Confidence in each other and As Long As he has done a Good Job his continuance As manager does not depend on practice begins in Hoosick Falls Hoosick Falls A Hoosick Falls Central schools football team began practice Friday with nearly 50 signed up to participate in the 1966 season. Hoosier head coach Anthony Turi said Friday a Large turnout could result in the scheduling of Junior varsity and freshman games in addition to the regular schedule. Hoosick Falls opens against Schuylerville sept. 24. Philadelphia up a three texans galloped into the 36-Hole Lead of the $110,000 Philadelphia Golf classic Friday with six under Par 138s. Don january and Billy Martindale both of Dallas and Dave Marr a native of Houston took the top spot from 23-year-old Tom Weiskipff of Bedford Ohio who slipped to a one Over Par 73 from his opening round 66, which was Good for a two stroke Lead going into the second Days action at the Par-72 Whitemarsh Valley country club. Weiskopf fast becoming a sentimental favorite Here went seven under while on the course and picked up a gallery of More than 1,000, but then bogeyed his 16th and 17th holes and let the Lead slip from his grasp. Marr had a Crisp 66, six birdies and no bogeys. Three of the birdies came consecutively on the 16th, 17th, and 18th holes. The likable marry a last win was the 1965 pea title. January carded his second straight 69, scoring three consecutive birdies on the seventh eighth and ninth holes with putts of 8, to and 20 feet respectively. Martindale 28,has been a pro for three years but has never won a tournament although challenging consistently. He was 17th on the pea Money winning list last year. With Weiskipff at 139 were Gene Littler Bobby Charles Robert Devicenzo of Argentina George Knudson of Toronto Canada and Dudley Wysong jr., Mckinney Tex. Homero Blancas Houston minor game the Campbell memorial award playoff game Between Vermont Bank and away minor league baseball teams will be held at 2 . Sunday at the Beech Street Extension Little league Field. Bret Hanover sold for $2 million Saratoga raceway entries saturday August 27, 1966 first�?pace�?$600 1. Blythe spirit Staker 2. Lucky Leo Martin 3. Mighty Meadows Kelly 4. Mambo by Davis 5. Adios Gregory Ambo 6. Clay Haven Mercury Fanelli 7. Actresses lady Olin 8. Nancy dares Heeney s econd�?pace�?$600 1. Night Indian Mcguire 2. Kennedy express Goodsell 3. Exemption frasier 4. Mission Dale Kelly 5. Midnight Grattan Baillargeon 6. Shady Dale Sparky 7. Key Dale Arthurs 8. Deeds Estrellita fuss a Wally boy Meadow Scott third�?pace�?$9,000 div. 1. Joyous lady Chase 2. Wallkill Ensign Lake 3. Runnymede Chuck Sprouse 4. Congress gloves Story 5. Danny Row a ii Hamer 6. Compte Richelieu Arthurs 7. Runnymede Dave current f of rth�?trot�?$6 of 1. Lady Boot current 2. Miss emmy loud Chase 3. Runnymede sonnet Coppola 4. Jade wis Wall Bennington driven ends Tonitte Natalie Wood in Quot this property is condemned and the Kalahari a Sands of coming sunday he s the biggest hero in the whole wide world of adventure i Ivan tors presents my git Quot. Color by it lust i United artists Mca Tom i a/1 r sing int Bai i and of Namu Tim Ruhr email on undid artists i cords also aft cur x Quot Mclintock i 0� r0@k3oi?d 3 Lens technicolor a Navison in a. Win. Mini. One Complete show at dusk . Feature first Fri. last children under 12 free 5. Midway coast Heeney 6. Chal Dale Bryan Heroux 7. Right song Davis 8. Phoebe Victoria Tingley a Nancy a Melody fifth�?pace�?$800 1. Doc Valentine Kazmayer 2. Plenty Quick Tingley 3. Rebel land Marge Helmer 4. Sunny Malone Bogardus 5. Hawaiian Orchid 6. Cold Spring Maryann Lamb 7. Canadian rhythm Langtry 8. Red rustler a Talla Newark sixth�?trot�?$1,400 1. Drum Geraghty 2. Swamp Root Arthurs 3. Vol talc Hanover Larouech 4. Frivolous Eden Deguise 5. Or. Parish Brysson 6. Cla Haven Triton Faneuil 7. Dash away Kelly 8. Cool Yankees Najarlan a liars poker seventh�?pace�?$9,000 div. 1. Aurelian a dream Sherwood 2. Westfield express Story 3. Black sire Pusey 4. Dudley a Adios Lake 5. Yankee Glen Butcher 6. Nibbles Bonny 7. Stardust miss Arthurs 8. Miss Anthony Hamer eighth�?pace�?$1,600 1. Jessie Mckay of Geraghty 2. Gold bar Mcdonald the i Quot hew York 3. Erin of Dudley Staker 4. Kingston Gale Boucher 5. Squire Dean Heroux 6. Junior mite Olin 7. Ace dares Ambo 8. Knight play an Nese ninth�?pace�?$3,000 1. Esquire Queen Heroux 2. Saltbox special Arthurs 3. Westleigh boy 4. Miss Baker Adios Lefebvre 5. Adios mite 6. Key Pebble Jodon 7. Ladd Diamond Collette tenth�?pace�?$600 1. direct Arthur 2. Jose Dale Kathln Kay Coppola 3. Justice pick Fanelli 4. General Jim Bennett 5. Prince Pence Devizzio 6. Runnymede june Coons 7. Rebel land Abbey Watson 8. Tax escort Olin a Prince majesty Billie o boy Cleveland Ohio up a Bret Hanover harness racing so super horse a was sold Friday for $2 million by his owner Richard Downing of Cleveland. Downing said he sold the 4-year-old pacer considered the greatest in harness racing to Castleton farms owned by or. And mrs. Fred Van Lennep of Detroit. It was one of the highest prices Ever paid for a horse of any Breeding in which there was no Syndicate formed to make the Purchase. Bret Hanover who made a Start Friday night at Batavia ., has earned $860,352 with several racing dates to go before his scheduled retirement to stud. Ladies a Day tournament prizes in the ladies Day tournament held last week were awarded at the luncheon thursday at it. Anthony country club. Winners were mrs. Ned Healy Low Gross 48 mrs. Bea Kramer first Low net 34 mrs. Doris Chouinard second Low net 3 8 mrs. Huwy Carmody third Low net 39. The special event prize went to mrs. Sis Greenberg. The Purchase Price included the value of a part ownership retained by Downing who purchased Bret Hanover a son of Adios for $50,000 at a Standar bred horse Sale in november 1963. Downing said Bret still would be retired for Breeding after the present season ends. With racing dates still scheduled in Ohio Pennsylvania and Kentucky the pacer still could hit the million Dollar Mark in earnings. Bret Hanover who has won 57 of 61 starts and finished second in the others holds a Host of records. As a 2-year-old Bret set a world Mark at 1 55 for the mile equalling the All age record for pacers in winning All 24 starts. He was the first 2-year-old to be named harness horse of the year. Last year As a 3-year-old, Bret set a world record of 1 57 Over a half mile track in the first heat of the Little Brown Jug pacing classic at Delaware Ohio and came Back in the second heat with a 1 57 1-5. Tex., posted a six under 66 to go with his opening round 74 to join Bob Goalby Belleville 111., at 140. Blancas and Marr had the Days Low scores. Seven pros were bunched at 141, including Tommy Jacobs Bruce Crampton Church Courtney and Paul Bondeson. The cutoff for the Field was 147, three Over Par and sent such Stalwart pros As Doug Ford Doug Sanders Jack Cupit and Frank Beard packing off without a pay Check. Nicklaus was hit with a drive while standing off of the ninth Green marking his card but the Burly ohioan said a it did no to Hurt me because it bounced off my it. Anthony players try out the boys who will go Down in local history As the first it. Anthony patriots football team ended their first week of preseason training Friday. Thirty seven players Are participating in the Dally drills and head coach Ron Reeves expects More to show up As vacation comes to an end. Letterman Jeff Bergquist Greg Croff Earl bump Jim Brown Ken Kramer Bill Tudor Paul Garrison and Barry Hitchcock Are the Core of those players now conditioning. Other Letterman such As Paul Davis Russell Graves Dave Williams Dave Pratt Doug Gavin and Steve Brookman Are expected to turn out soon. Seven players from North Bennington and Shaftsbury have joined the squad. Eleven freshmen and eight sophomores Are among the 37 trying out. Coach Reeves will have two chances to test his teams strength before the sept. 17 opener with Bellows Falls. Sept. To Burr and Burton Seminary will come to Bennington for a scrimmage. A second scrimmage is now being arranged. Football prospects Chicago up a heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay said Friday he planned for two More title fights in 1966, against Cleveland Williams and world boxing association Champion Ernest Terrell. Clay who leaves monday for Germany to fight Karl Milden Berger on sept. To said he hoped to fight Williams in Houston around nov. I and to meet Terrell in Chicago about the last week in december. Clay had been scheduled to fight Terrell in Chicago last Spring but the bout was cancelled due to discrepancies found in License applications of both Terrell and Clay. A ifs sort of up to Terrell a Clay said. A a he a got to come to me with a proposition but i think we can get Clay said he weighed about 208 pounds now and would hold that approximate weight for the Mildenberger fight. A a in be never seen him fight a he said a and i done to know anything about him. Ill just have to feel my Way but i never plan my fights clays Trainer Angelo Dundee arrived thursday from Florida to begin directing clays workouts. Dundee said Clay would work out again saturday and monday before his departure for Germany. Many tickets still available Hanover . A officials of today shrine sugar bowl game Here said Friday a Large Block of general admission tickets would be placed on Sale this morning. General admission seats Are $2 and Reserve seats $3.50. A near capacity crowd of $13,500 is expected for the 13th annual game. On the bag a it. Anthony highs football team was working on conditioning and fundamentals Friday As the first week of practice ended. The patriots plan two scrimmages before the sept. 17 season opener against Bellows Falls. Sullivan patriots Hopes Rise with new fullback by Dick Dew up sports writer Andover mass. Up a the Boston patriots figure they be solved one problem but they re still four solutions away from taking charge in the american football leagues Eastern division. Patriot coach Mike Holovak believes his team has found the fullback it needed for six seasons. And if he can uncover a backup quarterback a deep receiver another linebacker and some capable line reservists he expects to unseat the Buffalo Bills As Al champs. The fullback the patriots had sought unsuccessfully actually arrived last night last season when former Syracuse line wrecker Jim Nance became a tenant in Holovak a Doghouse. Nance had ballooned nearly 50 pounds Over his 230-Pound playing weight and Holovak threatened to convert him into a lineman. Nance a one time collegiate heavyweight wrestling Champion got the message and was a key offensive operator As the patriots won three and tied one of their last four games after a disastrous 1965 Start. Green Mountain entries Hinsdale entries i ii Ujj hug Tecl last time tonight the night of the grizzly never too late die monster die starts sunday the Farmers other daughter Buffalo gun saturday aug. 27, 1966 first�?paco�?$500 1. Grand Wlla Colby 2. Talent Parker 3. Polka dolls Kent 4. Fingor a boy Kane 5. Gay Frank Haight 6. Lizzy Linda Cross 7. Smart time Reed 8. Major Moraka a Grattan Hall Allen Vicky Job Haight second�?pace�?$500 1. Small profit Vanl Destine 2. Somers girls Pease 3. Frisco Pixie Parker 4. Lively Laird Kosbab 5. Fancy Phyllis Tracy 6. Miss Josella Kane 7. Victory morn Cassidy 8. Scotch Roa Kate Gilman a Day Ute Barons Church third�?pace�?$500 i. Groton boy Wilsey Harte theatre now thru tues. Eve. 7 . 8. 9 30 Sun. Mat 2 . Adults Only Elizabeth incl do Richrrd Burton in who s of raid of Vic Init Woolf sat. Mat 2 . Adults 60$ children 25$ visit to a Small planet plus 5 cartoons grab bags 2. Cedar Crest aces Parker 3. Bonnier a Knight 4. Dimples fun go Perkins 5. Miss Impala Allen 6. Gerry chief Gilman 7. Jeans Faith 8. Mighty Mack fourth�?pace�?$500 1. Shoo Fly Byrds Kolibab 2. Black dazzle Parker 3. Doctor carry Marshall 4. Brookside Belles Letendre 5. S k Bumpass Parker 6. Laura Adios Kane 7. Bonnie Bay Johnson 8. Albert Reed Reed fifth�?pace�?$500 1. Frisky freight Cassidy 2. Fanny dares Reed 3. Homestretch Bess 4. Rebel land Harry Church 5. Billy Brooks Collins 6. Yankee Duff spoon 7. Candy Jane Pease 8. Success comets Mattison a miss fayre Brooks Sheldon sixth�?pace�?$600 1. Eyler Hanover Church 2. Gay head Smith 3. Nifty a Steppy Andersen 4. Amosson a Oscar Kane 5. Lady Emlene Cross 6. Tar Sand Cross 7. Single Mcm Allen 8. Lancer Moraka Parker seventh�?pace�?$700 1. Roving Gypsy Mccarthy 2. Nib Abbot Gilman 3. Bircher est Pink Kane 4. Miss pin Moraka Parker 5. Sports Many a first Haight 6. Floor freight Cassidy 7. Morry dares Mattison eighth�?pace�?$1000 1. Princess re Cornellier 2. Shady Dale hostess Cross 3. Duke s Victory Marshall 4. Fire Birds Haight 5. Irma a girls Pease 6. Suzanne Rodney Kane ninth�?pace�?$500 1. Hal Wayne Allen 2. Daleon Culhane 3. Laconia miss Lawrence 4. Elf Ziff Gilman 5. Peggy a Broom Wykowski 6. Sadly pick Marshall 7. Miss somebody Cross 8. High Bonds Collins saturday August 27, 1966 first�?$1,100�?5 furlongs 1. Shiny Robyn Sant am aria 2. Pickering Rose Gino 3. Alarm signal 4. Donatina 5. Bushels Promise Thorndike 6. Calama Suke 7. One More dance Thorndike 8. Royal airy Kelly 9. Beneshan Pruden 10. Double or quits Morris second�?$1,000�?5 furlongs 1. Darby Kin 2. Tomoka 3. Gold coast inn 4. Duty War Donahue 5. Bold Jack Clark 6. Discount Jim Olcott 7. Snow Devus Donahue 8. Boney Lane Handley 9. Fingers crossed Santiago 10. King Crown Davis third�?$1,000�?5 furlongs 1. Noble Rock 2. Pam Ida lad 3. Bobby Chick Tornambe 4. Snow bears Kessler 5. Eon 2nd�?Morris 6. Lily a Shangrila 7. Mara co lady Green 8. Cartersville fourth�?$1,000�?71,2 furlongs 1. Jeans Alibi Davis 2. Prosecutor 2nd 3. Rah Meehan 4. Navy care Gas liner 5. Babu Bush Clark 6. Dona an Gar i 7. Flight in Scot 8. Phill Post Diaz fifth�?$1,100�?5 furlongs 1. Tudor Anne 2. Al Man do Belmonte 3. Royal clippers Handley 4. Hasty bound Clark Green Mountain results Friday August 26, 1966 first�?5 furlongs�?$1,000 Lillian f. 25.60 5.60 Arlene lad 3.00 my slim time�?1 02.0 scratched Good account 3.60 2.20 2.80 sixth�?5 furlongs�?$1,000 pop gun 2nd 6.00 3.00 in the country 3.00 night Raider time�?1 03.0 scratched a top Hole 2.80 2.60 3.80 second�?5 furlongs�?$1,000 twelve mile reef 3.80 2.80 2.20 Dave harsh 3.60 2.60 big Flash 2.40 time�?1 01.2 scratched Winters Choice daily double 3-3 $80.80 third�?7v2 furlongs�?$1,000 bombastic 6.00 3.60 2.80 miss Allstar 4.40 3.20 or. Clint 3.20 time�?1 35.1 fourth�?5 furlongs�?$1,000 circe b. 14.00 5.40 3.40 Bill a red 3.60 2.80 Spunky miss 4.60 time--1 04.0 scratched a Pinit i Paula seventh mile amp 1-16�?$1,100 Sut blend 22.60 10.00 5.60 Thomas keys 8.20 5.40 Stephen Bruce 3.00 time�?1 48.2 eighth mile amp 1-16�?$1,200 Toms Ace 12.00 4.00 3.40 Howard w. 3.20 2.60 median Star 3.60 time�?1 48.4 twin double 5-1-2-3 $6,109.80 5. Iron Belles Pruden 6. Harlem kids Clark 7. Kicks Belmonte 8. Figure Many Handley 9. Edy slush Santiago sixth�?$1,ooo�?7vt furlongs 1. Bold retort Kessler 2. Golden Hazel Fairbanks 3. War links Davis 4. Tips boy Masla 5. Green grass Donahue 6. Our Little letter Kelly 7. Wing thru Wood seventh�?$1,400�?mile 1. Open minded Santiago 2. My King Santiago 3. Or. Seconda 4. Shorts Pruden 5. Cooperstown Pasquarello 6. Poor old Sam 7. Sheridan Lane 8. King punchy Masla eighth�?$1,600�?5 furlongs 1. Oasis 2nd�?Morris 2. Rabhan Thorndike 3. Industrialists Kessler 4. Rare creatures Cardella 5. Corny Mink 6. My Lle cell Garry 7. Mischief boy Pruden ninth�?$1,600�? mile i 3/4 1. White arrows Kelly 2. Shaw Sheen 3. A joyous Jive 4. Gala roman 5. William Shepard 6. A Tonemah 7. Deep thinker . Mcelroy a Windy acres entry tenth�?$1,100�?mile 1. Ovles spirit pita 2. Ole kelp Belmonte 3. Huddy a boy Davis 4. Nor go Pasquarelli 5. Wild win Diaz 6. Bruces budget 7. Conquer Santa Marla 8. Fair kicker Gas liner Nance now is Down to 235 pounds and has shown flashes of real improvement in Early exhibition games. The passing attack is the biggest headache Holovak has As his team opens a Long exhibition game tour. He has Vito babe Parilli a 36-year-old, 13-season pro Veteran at quarterback but the patriots desperately need a Good Young aerialist for Reserve purposes. They be tried out 18 Young quarterbacks in the last few seasons and agreed with the new York jets last Winter to underwrite John far Tel a $200,-000 Bonus contract in Hopes he would fill the Bill. Holovak Hopes he has the deep receiver in regular split end Art Graham. Holovak moans that Graham a has never been completely healthy for All of two consecutive games. He got some of his injuries because he fights so hard for that extra with Parilli Nance and Graham in the probable starting offensive lineup when the season opens Holovak expects to have Veteran place kicking Star Gino Cappelletti at flanker and either Young j. D. Garrett or Veteran Larry Garron at running Back Tony Romeo at right end Jon Morris at Center Len St. Jean and either Purdue Rookie Karl Singer or Veteran Charley Long at guard Don Oakes and Tom Neville at tackle. Now racing nights-7 45 pm racing rain or Shine daily double twin double cd Perfecta Ween Mouth huh u s. 7, Pownal Vermont racing Mon. Thru sat. No minors admitted air Condi ionic dining room to big races Tonitte ninth�?7 furlongs�?$1,100 5.40 2.60 3.00 2.40 2.60 3.20 fifth�?5 furlongs toy Pebble 7.40 Slider Vail Arta time�?1 00.4 -$1,000 4.40 3.00 7.20 3.40 2.60 Jim mull Tony Bax big Solo Perfecta 2-7 $16.17 attendence�?2,962 handle�?$172,072 fight results Portland Maine up a Jim Mcdermott 162, Holyoke mass., knocked out Walter Bobo Moore 158, Boston 2. Pied Aid a amp Fruchia present the celebrated. Lindsay and Crouse comedy Kef Yenof sex Vitorts thurs., Fri., sat., Sun. Aug. 25, 26, 27, 28 Dorset playhouse Call 867-5777 to Reserve in 8 40

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