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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 4, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner wednesday december 4, 1983 w. Rutland downed by sabers 56-43 by Bill Hassen Pflug West Rutland a Bennington Catholic High school opened its basketball season last night As they travelled to West Rutland Downing West Rutland 56 to 43. Pete Lemieux tall Center for Catholic High led the squad in Points As he continuously found the Range for the top score of 23 Points. Fred Bushee who set up a Good Many of the plays and also exhibited his dribbling ability scored a close second with to Points. Bushee also was successful from the foul line and Corners As he dumped the Ball shot after shot. The sabers a new entry this year in the Southern Vermont league still have a few rough edges to work out but the promising team should have few difficulties. In scoring rebounding and All around hustling the sabers should be hard to equal and even harder to surpass for their toes this year. As the game began the sabers fell behind As West Rutland finished the first Quarter 9-8. In the second Quarter the sabers started rolling and accumulated 14 Points to West Rutland a 7, making the score at half time 22-16. The sabers picked More of an Edge in the third Quarter As they sped ahead to a score of 40-30. The last Quarter gave the sabers a total of 56 Points to 43 for their opponents. Rutland a High scorer was Boutwell with la Points and Seczer with to Points. Pietryka Rutland Scenter did not have much Chance to score As he committed four fouls before the half and last in the third Quarter retiring him with Only 7 Points chalked up. Chs g f t Lemieux 9 5 23 Kennedy 3 0 6 Bushee 7 5 19 toed 0 0 0 Deery 2 2 6 Caron 0 0 0 Daigneault i 0 2 totals 22 12 56 w. Rutland g f t Werchenski 3 0 6 Foster 0 0 0 Pietryka 2 3 7 Seczer 5 0 to Boutwell 2 7 la Yakuboski 0 3 3 Rogers 0 0 0 Czahor i 4 6 Brytowski 0 0 0 totals 13 17 43 chs 8 22 40 56 w. Rutland 9 16 30 43 Arlington eagles lose to Wallingford 58-36 Beni edges Rutland 47-45 enclose hoop opener Here Arlington High played their first game at Wallingford last night. A hustling defense and a Small court were the thorns in the Side of the eagles. While the action was fast and the game close for awhile the Wallingford quintet gradually pulled away and left the eagles in the dust. The 58-47 final score was no indication of the play As Curt Albee paced the losers with a total of 19 Points Tim Lindsey 8 Points and Stan Grover to Points. Outstanding player for Wallingford a squad was Barlow who dropped the sphere so consistently that he piled up a total of 25 Points. Macheski also scored Well for the victors with la Points. The eagles in spite of the de ice hockey club plans season Shaftsbury a the Shaftsbury ice hockey club has been working hard to begin its third year of hockey on the boy scout Pond on Cleveland Avenue. Team manager Brent Peacock says Quot we need All the help and donations we can possibly get to make the season a coached Rice has said that Home by state league games will be played at 2 . On sundays unless otherwise posted. The first game will be a non league Home meet on Friday dec. 27, at 1 30 . With Pittsfield High school. The club will also play Granville ., Greylock and North Adams both of the Berk shares. Hoosac school and Troy ., May also see some action against the Shaftsbury squad. Quot we have a lot of team spirit this year a a said Peacock As Steve Fritz our right Wing is returning along with High scoring Phil Harrington and Brent Peacock at the Center and left Wing positions two of the clubs defens Emen Brad Stevens and Gary Thompson Are also expected to see a lot of action. With much enthusiasm for this Type of Winter sport in the area the team has added the following new members Dave Ordway John Burgess Dicky Lyon and Tony Van Ness. Leo Harrington is going to bulldoze the rink to do away with the weeds and Bushes and make it level. The quonset hut next to the rink which has been half completed needs to be finished. Boards must be put up around the rink and a Fence erected by the Road for the Protection of the Public. A canvass has already been made in some sections of Shaftsbury. A total of $43 has been collected thus far. The goal is set for $100 to for equipment needed and operating expenses. It is hoped that last years 14-8 record will be improved. Anyone interested in seeing ice hockey can plan ahead to see a game at the boy scout Pond in Shaftsbury. Feat looked Good and the outcome of the game was attributed to the Small court on which the game was played. They should do much better and will be Tough opponents in a larger court. While the varsity lost the game the Jvn a managed to overcome the surroundings and take the Wallingford juniors 36-20 after getting off to a bad Start. Outstanding players for Arlington were of Neil 6 Points Rick March rest 9 Points and Tom Mack sey 8 Points. Top scorers for Wallingford were Seward with 5 Points and Kennedy with 4 Points. Ahl standings Eastern division catamounts drop one Beni scores two Points Here As Howard Kink 54 of Beni and Swanson 41marriam 13 and cram la of Rutland gather under the hoop. Barrie Byrnes cats won the close one last night Here As they squeezed the raiders in a 47-45 Victory to open the hoop season in Bennington. Staff photo Grimm colleges new timing Rule a yes Way for High scores w it pts. Hershey la to i 23 Providence 9 8 3 21 Baltimore to 13 i 21 Quebec 8 14 0 16 Springfield 7 12 i 15 Western division Pittsburgh 16 6 0 32 Cleveland 12 9 i 25 Rochester 12 7 0 24 Buffalo 6 12 i 13 by Mike Rathet associated press sports writer no they Haven to lowered the Basket widened the hoop or streamlined the Ball but College basketball a new timing Rule May have served the same purpose ushering in an Era of the 100-Point game. Where 100-Point games used to be fairly rare they have become rather common in the first few Days of the 1963-64 season. All is As it was before the teams the players the Arenas and the equipment. Only the rules have been changed. The new Rule dictates that the Navy will show staubach with Strong support Annapolis my. Apr Navy will feature not Only quarterback Roger staubach but an unusually Strong supporting cast when the middies seek their fifth straight Victory Over army in Philadelphia saturday. Coach Wayne Hardin who has spent most of this year promoting staubach As the nations outstanding College football player talked tuesday about the teammates who helped him win the Heisman trophy. Most of them have played in staubach a Shadow. Several Rod Quot gun club meeting report the regular monthly meeting of the Bennington Rod and gun club was held monday evening de. 2, at the fish hatchery on South Stream Road. The committee for the annual game supper which will be held dec. 7 at the Bennington club rooms on main Street Bennington discussed final plans. Committee members for the 31st annual affair Are Ronald Knapp Michael Early Ray Crosier Roy Marsden George plumb and Mason Amadon. In the Way of entertainment Eugene Kosche of Shaftsbury gave a talk on antique guns their origin and use and had 20 interesting guns on display throughout the talk. Members received this entertainment with great enthusiasm. Other business discussed was the possibility of conducting a membership drive. At present the club roster stands at about too to 120 members. It was pointed out that a member re re i a chives Many benefits for the of Laavy nominal $3 annual dues some drafted by both pro leagues Chicago apr Roger staubach Heisman award Winner was drafted by both professional football leagues although he still has a naval Academy and at least three years in service ahead of him. Staubach was taken by the Dallas cowboys in the loth round of the National football league draft today and by the Kansas City chiefs of the american football league in the 16th round saturday. Of which include clubhouse shooting Range privileges. And anyone interested in obtaining 9t.h.e probably would have picked up Post season honors on their own had it not been for publicity sur rounding the spectacular quarterback. Chief among the Quot other Guys who have boosted Navy to no. 2 National ranking and have gone virtually unnoticed is Donnelly 200-Pound Junior fullback from Maumee Ohio the teams leading ground gainer for two straight seasons. Another number you might watch in the Navy Backfield saturday in addition to staubach a 12 and Donnelly a 38 is the 48 worn by stumpy left half John Sal. Sal a senior from Oakdale calif., will be playing his last army Navy game. He is a 9.7 sprinter on the track team and dashed 93 Yards for a touchdown through the Duke line to Clinch a 38-25 Navy Victory in its last game before army. He is Navy a leading scorer with to touchdowns and is called to get the Short yardage when its needed. Staubach a leading pass receiver is de skip Orr a 183-Pound Junior from Wantagh new York who has caught 23 passes for 301 Yards and one touchdown. Sol results Msj 99, Otter Valley 47 Benn. Catholic 36, West Rutland 43 Bennington 47, Rutland 45 Springfield 69, Windsor 64 Bellows Falls 38, Brattleboro 27 Mil fair Haven 69, Vergennes 46 Wallingford 58, Arlington 47 Cambridge ., 73, Burr amp Burton 49 Woodstock 75, Hartford 50 clock will Stop automatically when the Ball goes out of Bounds. This apparently is adding actual playing time and providing More time to score. Even against the usual Early season opposition witness tuesday nights proceedings a sixth ranked Arizona state admittedly Strong rolled up 121 Points to 79 for a new Mexico Western team not in the same class but hardly considered a weak opponent. A Miami of Florida whipped Tampa 401-95, Auburn walloped Howard 102-44 and Oklahoma thumped South Dakota 100-79, with the sooner setting a school record. A Baylor missed the 100-Mark by two Points in beating Arlington state 98-74, but ran up its highest Point total in history. A and Oklahoma state Hank Iba s slow Down types for whom 50 is a Harvest Defeated Southern Illinois 83-54 for their fifth highest score in history. A for three Days of action 16 major College teams now have hit too or More Points. West Texas state is tops so far with 126. They weren t All like that tuesday. Tenth ranked Oregon state Defeated Washington state 75-58, Minnesota needed a second half rally to Down Iowa state 61-50, Vanderbilt came with a closing Rush to subdue sum 79-60 and Stanford downed Oregon 83-65 As Tom dose collected 26 Points. Clemson went into double overtime before edging North Carolina 66-64 in an Atlantic coast conference game on Mike Bohonak a jump shot with two seconds left. Willie Somerset a 28 Points and final two foul shots with to seconds left carried Duquesne to an 83-79 decision Over St. Francis pa., and Seton Hall edged Catholic u. 69-67 in overtime on Richie Deks tap in at the Buzzer. In other games it was Kansas state 87, South Dakota state 59 Marquette 74, North Dakota 65 Florida 78, Florida state 55 St. Johns 82, George Washington 64 Navy 77, Baltimore 60 Montana state 68, Nevada 54 Creighton 72, Hardin Simmons 58 Richmond 71, East Carolina 67 William and Mary 81, Hampden Sydney 49 and holy Cross 87, St. Michael a vt., 69. Barrie Byrness catamounts whooped it up with the Rutland raiders Here last night and rebounded from a bad Start to squeeze out a 47-45 Victory Over the raiders who Haven to won a game since last Jan. 5, making it 13 straight losses. The game belonged to anyone in the first Quarter it was that close. Ben Hll a Jim Moore and Rutland Sal Clark exchanged shot for shot making the score Rutland 14, Benhill at the end of the first Quarter. In the second Quarter Bob Baldwin led the cats with 5 Points to end up the half Beni 25 and Rutland 22. The shooting in the first half was an improvement Over last year As Howie King led the rebounding with la Moore and Baldwin received 8 and 6 rebounds respectively. The big Rebo unders for Rutland were Clark and White. Beni took Over in the third first Vermont skiing starts at Killington Killington. Apr the Multi million Dollar new eng land ski season got off to a slip Pery Start on nearly three feet of new Snow Here today. The three Quarter mile double chair lift on the Snow shed area of the Killington develop in e n t started running shortly after Daybreak. Other lifts will be opened tomorrow and Friday. Preston l. Smith area president and ski patrolmen made the first runs and reported the slopes in Quot Good shape for Early skiing. The Snow cover is about half artificial and half from tuesdays storm which continued through last night and into the morning hours. Today s opening compares with dec. 8 last year and dec.2 two years ago. Killington claims the longest ski season of any area in the East. Last years five month season closed May 5. Yale Captain new Haven Conn. Apr tackle a Lawrence named today to the Apall new eng land second team has been elected Captain of the 1964 Yale football team. Quarter by making 5 out of 5 shots from the floor and taking a big la Point Lead with 5 minutes remaining in the Quarter. Rutland Sal Clark was the equalizer As he rushed the raiders cause to within 3 Points at the end of the third Quarter. Howie King received the tapas the final period got under Way and the cats began scoring at once. The period was marked with scoring Beni making the foul throws and Rutland piling up Points off the floor. With two minutes of play remaining Steve Greenslet fouled out of the game after playing Well. Excitement Rose in the final minutes As Howie King then fouled Rutland a Saba to so who missed his shot. Jim Moore pulled the Ball Down and threw to Bob Baldwin who was fouled. With Only 4 seconds remaining in the game Baldwin missed his foul shot and Rutland Sclark pulled the re bound Down and called time. As i Rutland attempted to get the Ball it Down to the other end of the court Beni a a Bob Baldwin blocked the i throw which ended the game. A Beni Moore King Baldwin Greenslet Mook Andrews Rutland Clark Swanson Marriam Gram Rogers White Sabataso Cany Beni Rutland Fig it 5 4 7 3 2 i 0 f pts. 3 14 14 to 7 2 0 Fig it f 7 2 pts. 3 16 la 14 25 22 35 32 47 45 Cambridge 73-49 victors Over Burr and Burton Manchester Charlie Mac Dougall a 31 Points most of which he scored in the second half helped class Quot in Power Cambridge ., to an easy 73-49 Victory Here tuesday night Over Burr amp Burton Seminary of Wilt Chamberlain beats sickbed by the associated press Wilt Chamberlain appears to have beaten the Bug that threatened to end his string of 359 consecutive National basketball association games in new York tuesday night. Whether the knickerbockers trimmed by Wilt s san Francisco warriors 116-108, in the a bad a Only action can recover from their major ailments losing is another question. Chamberlain bedded by a heavy Chest cold prior to the warriors kicks game came off the sick list to play 41 minutes score 21 Points and haul in 22 rebounds. In tonight a game san Francisco visits St. Louis new York journeys to Detroit and los Angeles is at Baltimore. Manchester in a non league opener for both teams. Cambridge after dropping behind by four Points at the end of the first Quarter surged ahead in the second Quarter and then pelted the hoop relentlessly in the last half for the win. Billy West with 23 Points and Neil Pierson with 13 Points led the losers. Cambridge gouged Burr amp Burton in the Junior varsity game 49-19. Cambridge g f p Parsley of 6 3 15 White of 0 5 5 Dickson c 2 5 9 Eddy i 0 2 Macdougall re 15 i 31 Decker la 2 i 5 Wallace 3 0 6 totals 29 15 73 b amp b Pierson Kapusta flemin1 Higuera Bowen West la totals Cambridge a amp a g f p of of c re 5 2 4 0 0 to 21 13 17 34 27 51 36 13 5 8 0 0 23 49 73 49 officials Lapan Manning. Nil officials still groggy after Marathon draft delay Chicago apr still groggy from the Marathon draft which took 21 hours and 43 minutes the National football league Hopes to enact legislation against such future spectacles. Quot i really can to do much about it a said commissioner Pete Rozell. Quot it would take a unanimous vote to Cut the draft Down from the present 20 rounds. And i doubt if we could get unanimous consent against the 20 rounds but Well certainly bring it up at our meetings in Florida next elsewhere throughout the league there was moaning and groaning. Some Felt that the teams which operated by Telephone took advantage of the situation. Five teams a san Francisco los Angeles Baltimore Dallas and St. Louis a handled their draft operations from their Home bases by either Telephone or wire operations. Quot they take their Sweet time while they sit in easy chairs and we Are the ones who have to suffer a said coach George Wilson of the Detroit Lions. The first round took More than eight hours and from then on Rozelle set time limits which league representatives ignored. Quot nobody can blame a team for trying to assure itself of Early choices a said Rozelle. Nil teams started announcing the signing of players while the draft was still in session. In Many cases they got the players they wanted. In some they lost. Detroit failed to get Pete Beathard the Southern California quarterback who decided to go with Kansas City in in the a Al. The Check books Are open the race is on. Perfect Trade sends Crandall to of giants northeastern a s Zabilski named be coach of year san Diego apr a the perfect this is what baseball observers called the seven player Swap that sent Milwaukee Catcher Del Crandall and pitchers Bob Hen Ley and Bob Shaw to the san Francisco giants for Star outfielder Felipe Aion Catcher de Bailey Pitcher Billy Hoeft and a fourth player to be named later. The transaction completed tuesday night was the second major Trade made at the Winter baseball meetings which moves from the present minor league Headquarters Here to los Angeles thursday for the major league sessions. Giants and braves officials expressed Complete satisfaction with the Trade which they claimed filled in All the spots. The rival managers were no less enthusiastic. Quot we be got a More versatile club than any time since in be been manager a said the braves Bobby Bragan. Quot this really gives us some punch. We picked up 150 Bis and 41 Home runs. Now i think we be got the Best 1-2 Catcher combination in baseball with Joe Torre and Quot we gave up a Good Ball player Alou to get two pitchers. Hendley and Shaw Are the heart of the Deal. But now with Crandall we be also got left Tom Haller and right handed hitting catchers a said giants skipper Alvin dark. Alou was the big Man in the Deal. The 28-year-old right handed hitting slugger batted .281 with 20 Home runs and 82 runs batted in last season. He will play Center Field for the braves flanked by Henry Aaron in right and either Lee Maye or Eddie Mathews in left. Bailey a 32-year-old left handed hitting All Star Catcher had 21 homers and 68 Bis on a .263 batting average. Hoeft a 31-year-old Southpaw nursed a sore shoulder All last season and pitched Only 24 innings. Hendley 24, hid a 9-9 record with a 3.94 earned run average. He hurled three shutouts and has much Promise. Sahw 30-year-old right handed starter turned reliever last season finished with a 7-11 record but posted a 2.66 Era in 48 games striking out nearly twice As Many As he walked. Crandall 33, batted .201 in 86 games. He is a Veteran of 14 years in the National league with five years As an All Star. Collude Busket Bull More information regarding the club May Contact any of the following officers Michael Early Bennington Eugene Kosche Shaftsbury Royal Bostwick North Bennington Ray Crosier Bennington. Regular meetings Are held on the first monday of each month and the remaining meetings for the Winter months will be held at the hatchery. Meetings Are usually held at the clubhouse in Shaftsbury but move into other quarters for the Winter season. Prospective members Are invited to attend the meetings. Bristol 53, Whitcomb High 26 Northern scores la Hyde Park 73, Cambridge 38 Marian Barre 54, St. Michael s Montpelier 47 Highgate 44, Richford 43 Montpelier 71, Northfield 66 Craftsbury 51, North Troy 46 Milton 60, Jericho 45 Enosburg Falls 74, Brigham acad. 45 Johnson 68, Stowe 35 Bra Fairfax 46, St. Mary a St. Albans 43 Winooski 46, Waterbury 40 Griffith receives award As Boxer of the year new York apr Quot this is the greatest Honor you can get in boxing. I Hope to live up to it this year and every so said welterweight Champion Emile Griffith today when told the boxing writers association had selected him to receive the Edward j. Neil memorial plaque awarded annually to the Boxer of the year. Quot in a embarrassed but grateful a said Harry Markson director of boxing for Madison Square Garden when notified he had been chosen for the James j. Walker memorial plaque awarded annually Quot for Long and meritorious service to Griffith a native of the Virgin islands and now a new yorker is the Only Boxer to win the welterweight Crown three times. In two title bouts this year he lost and then won in i rounders with Luis Rodriguez of Cuba and Miami. The Neil trophy is named in memory of the former associated press boxing writer who was killed while covering the Spanish civil War in 1938. East Duquesne 83, St. Francis pa., 79 St. Johns ., 82, Geo. Washington 64 mass., 80, Boston u. 72 holy Cross 87, St. Michael a bt., 69 Seton Hall 69, Cath. U. 67 of South Auburn 102, Howard ala., 44 Clemson 66, n. Carolina 64 2 ots Miami Fla., 101, Tampa 95 Florida 78, Fla. St. 55 Navy 77, Baltimore 60 we Mary 81, Hampden Sydney 49 Midwest okla. St. 83, s. 111. 54 Minn. 61, Iowa St. 50 Kansas St. 87, s. Dakota St. 59 okla. Too s. Dakota 79 Creighton 72, Hardin Simmons Boston apr Joe Zabilski who guided northeastern to its first unbeaten untied season in history today was named new England football coach of the year by the Boston football writers. Zabilski who also won the award in 1953, becomes the third person Ever to capture it twice. Bob Blackman of Dartmouth won it in 1962 and 1958. Former Yale coach Jordan Oliver was the Winner in 1960 and 1956. The writers also honoured co capt. Mike relly of Williams and sports writer Arthur Sampson of the Boston Herald. Oily named to the Apall new England team As a Sophomore in 1961, won the senior achievement award. He had to forego football this season after a Long illness and helped Frank Navarro in coaching the Williams team. Navarro Calls relly Quot the Best linebacker in be Ever coached and the Best Ever to play for Williams a a great Sampson who once coached Tufts to an undefeated season was honoured for his More than 40 years in football As a coach and writer. He also was an assistant coach at Harvard and Columbia. 58 Marquette 74, n. Dakota 65 79 Southwest Arizona St. 121, w. New mex. Vanderbilt 79, sum 60 Baylor 98, Arlington St. 74 far West Oregon St. 75, Wash. St. 58 Stanford 83, Oregon 65 Montana 68, Nevada 54 Home Type Battery chargers 4 Ampere Charger charges both 6 and 12 Volt batteries at a 4 Ampere rate which will recharge the average Battery in from 5 to 14 hours. 19.95 Bennington garage main Street Bennington a Lyyti Viva it

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