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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Dartmouth places 15 new Grid Hall of Farmers Bennington Banner tuesday december 7, 1985-7 stadium could guarantee on Upsall be Grid team reminisce about old Days nil franchise in Boston by Dick Dew up sports writer Boston up a Lambert trophy winning Dartmouth strolled off with everything but the furniture today by Landing a total of 15 players on United press International a 1965 a new England major College football team. The big Green spotted four men on the starting offensive unit and two More on the first defensive team in balloting among new England College coaches publicists and up subscribers. Fullback Pete Walton and halfback Bob of Brien took offensive Backfield spots joining Maine quarterback Dick de Verney and Black Bear halfback Frank Harney. Milt Morin and Bob Meers of Massachusetts grabbed the offensive end Job while tackles Steve Diamond of Harvard and Larry Dyer of Boston University guards Tony Yezer of Dartmouth and John Leone of Boston College and Center Chuck Matuszak of Dartmouth captured the other offensive line assignments. De Varney had the toughest fight for a first unit spot edging Brown quarterback Bob Hall by three votes As three other new England signal callers two of them sophomores helped split the vote. Maine parked end Alan Riley and linebacker John Huard on the first defensive team while Massachusetts placed linebacker Bernie Dallas and halfback Dave Kelley and Dartmouth spotted end Tom Clarke and halfback Andy Danver in starting roles. Other first defensive team members include tackles Bob Greenlee of Yale and Jerry Mcweeney of Connecticut linebacker Rusty Brink of Vermont and halfback Larry Marzetti of Boston College and Dave Poe of Harvard. A statistical rundown showed that the six offensive Ball carriers and catchers totalled 4,669 Yards More than two and erne half Miles last fall with de Varney a 1,516 passing yardage setting a Tori Pace. Walton ripped off 641 Yards of Brien gained 375 4ushing and 151 More i pass receptions and Harney a 826 total offence Yards were almost equally split with 416 running and 410 catching. De Varney had to rank As the scoring Champion by pitching 17 touchdown passes among his 114 completions in 212 attempts. The first unit accounted for 318 Points and had a combined total of 21 school records nine by de Varney seven by Meers and five by Morin. In a statistical peculiarity the three running backs and two ends made a total of 111 pass catches just three less than de Varney a 114 completion total. Hall the Walpole mass., aerialist who set five Ivy league records and 15 Brown Marks during his senior season wound up with career totals of 210 completions in 426 tries for 3,214 Yards. He landed in a second unit offensive Backfield that included speedsters Bobby Leo of Harvard and Gene Ryzewicz of Dartmouth and fullback Phil Vandersea of Massachusetts. Vandersea had to Edge Boston colleges powerful Sophomore Brendan Mccarthy for his second team Job while Harvard a Wally Grant lost a second unit berth by the margin of a single vote to Leo. Maine and Massachusetts trailed Dartmouth in placing players on the top four units with seven each while Harvard landed six and seven other teams won two spots each. New Hampshire and Rhode Island were shut out i the top units though several players from each Yankee conference Tail each Yankee conference Tai Lender captured honorable mention berths. New York up a College footballs a Fine influence on education and the development of modern Brawny specialists were emphasized today by six of the eight newly elected members of the National football foundations Hall of Fame. The old heroes who will be honoured at the foundations eighth annual dinner tonight were unanimous in praising football s Lnu fluence on youth but weren to so sure of certain aspects of the modern game. A football is such a great game a said adm. Tom Hamilton former Navy Star and coach. A the associations that go with it emphasize Why it is one of the finest influences on education a a in a prematurely Bald because i was scalped by the Carlisle indians a said or. George Mclaren former Pittsburgh fullback a in my Day it was a disgrace to be taken out of a game. Sometimes i think id rather watch the Maneu vers of the Atlantic Fleet than watch the players run on and off the Field these being inducted into the Hall of Fame along with Hamilton and Mclaren Are Jack Cannon of notre Dame Merle Gulick of Toledo and Hobart Brud Holland of Cornell Jim Williams of Rice Erie red Tipton of Duke and Carl Snavely of Buck Nell North Carolina Cornell and Washington University. Scholar athlete awards of $500 also will be made to Sam Champi of army Charles Arroyo of Southern California Alan Roodhouse of Navy John Cochran of Auburn Willard Sander of Ohio state Dan Jones of Texas Christian Dave Fronek of Wisconsin and Steve Juday of Michigan state. Hamilton also paid tribute to Urcla grabs healthy Lead in initial College poll Cappadona a plans right on schedule Boston up a Bob Cappa Dona Isnit noticeably different than most of the hundreds of collegians Rushing to sign professional football contracts in recent weeks. He May be a Little bigger than most running Back candidates and he May have a slightly better Chance of sticking with the american football leagues Boston patriots than Many of the other Young so genes. His biggest distinction however is that he a wanted and expected to play pro football longer than most players. The 230-Pound fullback began planning to make the pro Grade As far Back As the seventh Grade. It was an obvious Factor when he agreed to attend notre Dame and play fullback for the Irish freshmen. It was also part of his decision together with academic difficulties when he left South Bend to play College football in his own Back Yard at northeastern University. A i had tried to influence him to play baseball a his father said while watching the signing ceremony. A then i him play baseball and realized he was right a he should be a football a a it a no Surprise that Bobby 4 wonderful work Saver not Only is Pyro fax Gas a wonderful work Saver its High Quality makes it unexcelled in efficiency Economy and dependability. Due to a series of exacting scientific tests Pyro fax Gas is free from moisture and other impurities a makes cooking easier a heats water faster. Visit our showroom. Learn How Little it costs to Start enjoying the Many conveniences of this modern inexpensive fuel a Pyro fax Gas. Prof axe it in registered Trade Mark of Pyro fax Gas corporation bottled Cas service . Winslow heating amp plumbing Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington will be playing for the patriots. San Francisco nil and Winnipeg Canadian were after him but i believe he would have signed with Boston anyway. He wanted to be near Cappadona a decision might also have been influenced by the fact that the patriots have had the weakest running attack in pro football for the past two seasons. And he a a runner himself not very fast but certainly competent As his record 2,064 career Yards at northeastern will attest. What Are his chances of breaking into the Boston Backfield a a we la try him at halfback a coach and general manager Mike Holovak said carefully avoiding a commitment. A we need his blocking size and his Power. I him play in one College game and he can certainly carry the Ball. There a not much question about that. A i think he can help us a lot by filling in next season and maybe moving into a regular Job the following year. Larry Garron Isnit getting any younger you know a Holovak said. Cappadona whose two year contract would just about cover Joe Namath a income tax deduction was As unperturbed by the remarks As he had been by rival tacklers. He has after All planned to play professional football since he was in the seventh Grade. His name might have been misspelled on the Patriot press release announcing his signing but that did no to bother him either. He figures he can throw in a spelling lesson for the Patriot front office Force a Little later while playing his Long dreamed of professional football. New York up a the . A. Bruins grabbed a healthy Lead tuesday in the first weekly major College basketball ratings by the United press International Board of coaches. ., the National collegiate athletic association champions for the last two years Drew 29 first place votes from the 35 coaches on the up rating Board and a 105-Point margin Over second place Michigan. Michigan and third ranked St. Josephus a. Were the Only other teams awarded first place ballots. The wolverines received five votes and St. Josephus picked up the other one. There were Only minor position changes among the top to from the pre season ratings As Allio teams went through the first week of the season unbeaten. The ratings Are based on games played through saturday dec. 4. St. Josephus fourth ranked Duke seventh place Kansas and ninth ranked Brigham Young each advanced one position. Minnesota dropped from third to fifth place Vanderbilt held the nov. 6 spot Providence dropped a notch to eighth and Bradley also slipped one place to 10th. San Francisco remained no. La Iowa jumped from 20th to 12th after stopping Small College King Evansville a 35-game Victory Streak and vastly improved Kentucky soared from nowhere into 13th. Louisville jumped three places to 14th, North Carolina state ranked 15th and new Mexico and Ohio state tied for 16th. Tennessee and Boston College tied for 18th and Dayton completed the top 20 in 20th place. Heading the list of games Between top 20 teams this week Are three games in the South two of them clashes Between .a. And Duke i Friday and saturday nights. The other contest pits Vanderbilt at Tennessee tuesday night. Michigan takes to the Road against Wichita wednesday and san Francisco Friday while Kansas meets new Mexico state tuesday night Maryland Friday and St. John s . Saturday. Romped to impressive triumphs Over two big to teams Ohio state 92-66, and Illinois 97-79, while Michigan shaded Tennessee 71-63 and trampled Bowling Green 108-70. St. Josephus and Duke also scored a pair of one sided victories last week. The major College basketball ratings with won lost records through games of saturday dec. 4, in parentheses team Points 1. Urcla a 2-0 341 2. Mich a 2-0 233 3. St. Jos. Pay 2-0 225 4. Duke a 2-0 185 5. Minn. A 2-0 168 6. Vanderbilt a 1-0 137 7. Kansas a 2-0 123 8. Providence a 1-0 104 9. Brigham Young 2-0 78 10. Bradley a 2-0 73 Michigan displays depth South Carolina trips Duke hearing problem free demonstration que Ali tone High fashion hearing aids qualified service for All makes of hearing aids thursday dec. 9th 11 to 2 . Quinlan a drug store phone 2-6256 463 main St. Bennington it. If you can to come in write or phone and or. Haworth will Call at your Elvin r. Haworth hearing Aid consultant Home without charge or obligation. 17 yrs. Experience the second ranked Michigan wolverines Are showing once More the balance that made them among the Best in the nation last season. Cazzie Russell the All american scored 22 Points in monday night s 107-70 she lacking of Ball state but one expects that from Russell. What some May not have expected was the scoring by Michigan s guards John Clawson and John Thompson. Each of them scored 15 Points College hoop results East Kings Coll. 90 Adelphi 78 Queens Coll. 84 Yeshiva 68 Columbia 63, Cony 57 St. Anselm s 76 Bridgeport 58 South so. Car. 73 Duke 71 Citadel 71 Stetson 64 Virginia 97 Wake Forest 94 Ala. 89 Howard als 65 Florida St. 121 Tampa 57 a. Tech 95 we. Amp Mary 63 mph. St. 85 Pepperdine 66 Midwest Detroit 78 Indiana 75 Michigan 107 Ball St. 70 no. Car. 82 Ohio St. 72 okla. City 106 Loyola in 89 Iowa 69 Sou. Illinois 58 Xavier 87 Union by 65 new Mexico 56 Iowa St. 52 Bradley 89 new mex. St. 78 Creighton 103 South Dakota 58 Ohio u. 102 no. Minors 54 Wooster 68 Hiram 53 Southwest Louisiana St. 76 Texas 66 la. Tech. 85 Little Rock u. Texas Aam 76 . Tex. Tulsa 88 so. Dak. St. 63 Georgia tech. 96 Rice 87 Texas tech. 77 Arizona 72 Ariz. St. 87 pc fic Calif West Utah St. 88 Loyola Calif. 70 Colo. 70 Northwestern 55 Aba standings Eastern division w. L. Pct. Boston 15 7 .682 Cine. 17 8 .680 Phila. 7 16 .304 Western division w. L. Pct. . 15 12 .556 san fran. 12 13 .480 St. L. To 12 .455 balt. 12 16 .428 Detroit 7 17 .292 mondays results Phu Adelphia 116, los Angeles 107 and More important Between them they scored 16 of the wolverines first 28 Points. The taller Michigan Rebo unders Seldom gave Ball state shooters a second Chance at the Basket and the wolverines simply overwhelmed the smaller school. Greg Truex scored 17 Points to Lead Ball state. Frank standards Lay up with 18 seconds remaining gave South Carolina a 73-71 upset of fourth ranked Duke which meets top rated Urcla twice this week. The gamecocks were five Points Down with three and one half minutes to go when they began their winning surge. Duke coach vie Bubas was philosophical about the loss. A we All see How Good a team we Are when we play Urcla a he said. A a great team always comes Back after a Bradley a indians ranked 10th, used a balanced attack to whip new Mexico state which got 22-Point performances irom Larry Mason and Art Davis. Five Bradley players were in double figures in the 89-78 Victory. Tom Campbell paced Bradley with 18 Points and Alex Mcnutt and Eddie Jackson each added 17. Bob Bauers scored 22 Points to Pace the Colorado buffaloes to a 70 55 Victory Over Northwestern. Georgia tech clipped Rice 96-87, offsetting a Rice record 47 Points by Doug my Kendrick. Utah state she lacked Loyola of California 88-70 behind Alan Parrish s 18 Points. Gerry Jones 20 Points led Iowa to a 65-58 Conquest of Southern Illnois. Season 10-11, san Francisco 47 12, Iowa 20 13, Kentucky 17 14, Louisville 14 15, North Carolina state 12 16 tie Ohio state and new Mexico to 18 tie Tennessee and Boston College 9 20, Dayton 8. Of a Trade two to Aid bullpen Baltimore my. Up a the Baltimore orioles traded outfielder Jackie Brandt and Pitcher Darold Knowles to the Philadelphia Phillies monday for reliever Jack Baldschun in an Effort to strengthen their bullpen. A we could use a Guy like Baldschun because he can pitch often a said orioles manager Hank Bauer. A a we be got a lot of age in our bullpen with Guys like Stu Miller and Dick the weakness of the orioles bullpen was believed responsible for Baltimore falling to come closer to the Pennant winning Minnesota twins last season. They were expected to Challenge strongly but instead finished third. It was the third Trade in recent weeks for Baltimore. The orioles previously traded Norm Lebern to the California Angels for outfielder Dick Simpson and Catcher John Orsono to the Washington senators for Woody held a Utility Man. Baldschun a red a haired screwball Pitcher appeared in Relief in 64 games for the Phillies last season and had a 5-8 record with a 3.76 earned run average. An excellent fielder but a Light hitter Brandt batted Only .243 in each of the last two seasons. Knowles appeared in Only five games after being called up by the orioles in mid season and had an 0-1 record with a 9.00 Era. He had compiled an 11-5 record with Rochester of the International league. 9 to 9 wed., thurs., Fri 9 to 6 mon., tuo., Sot. 64 66 75 Benmore North St. Shopping Plaza Bennington Quot prices Are bom Here. Poised elsewhere the scholar athletes and pointed out a they Are representatives of a very Large group of Good a these Young scholar athletes Are typical of the game today a he skid. A your athletes today Are dedicated Sandy a season amazing new York up a los Angeles dodger Pitcher Sandy Koufax set one major league record and two National league Marks during the 1965 season for a performance that ranks As one of the greatest individual efforts in baseball history. Official statistics released today by the Ellas sports Bureau show that Koufax a set an no record by leading in earned run average 2.04, for the fourth consecutive year. A led the league in victories with 26. A led the league in percentage with .765. A became the first Pitcher in no history to Lead in both Fra and percentage for two straight seasons. A set a major league one season strikeout record with 382. A led the league in innings pitched with 336. A faced the mostbatters-1297. A pitched the second perfect game in modern no history against the Chicago cubs on sept. 9. A compiled the season s longest winning Streak by winning la straight games Between May 30 and july 20. With Koufax Don Drysdale and Claude Osteen accounting for 931 of the 1476 innings pitched by the dodger staff the club had a league leading team Fra of 2.81. The pirates were second with 3.01 followed in order by the giants braves Phillies cardinals cubs Houston astros reds and mets. In addition to Koufax eight pitchers topped the 200-Mark in strikeouts and three of them topped the one time league Mark of 267 which had stood for a half Century until topped by Koufax in 1963. The strikeouts leaders after Koufax were Veale 276gibson 270jim Bunning of the Phillies 268maloney 244marichal 240short 237cloninger 211and Drysdale 210. Fight results new York up a Russell Shoulars 131% Paterson n.j., out pointed Libertad Reuda 1441/2� puerto Rico 8. North Bennington Road Bennington it. Istam Mhz finest mandarin oranges la of. Can Boston up a the vice chairman of the greater Boston stadium authority says that with an All weather stadium a Boston would be at the top of the Lirtz for a new National football league nil franchise. Robert Jenney speaking before the sales and marketing executives of greater Boston said monday an agent from an Independent research firm was in Boston during the past week and a the substance of his View was that without a new stadium Boston would not even be on the eligible list for a new nil franchise. Jenney said the All weather stadium and Arena Complex would be designed for 1990 when some 6 million persons could attend conventions and sports events at the Complex. Tax revenues for the state would be about $12 million from $237 million expenditures. He said the attendance figure included 4.8 million from Massachusetts and 1.2 million from other areas. Jenney pointed to the attendance Rise from 725,-000 in 1964 to 2.2 million in 1965 created by Houston a Astrodome. 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