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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Kentucky wildcats clobber no Wester 95-63 by Ted Meier associated press sports writer Adolph Rupp Hasni to exactly changed his mind about his University of Kentucky basketball team that has won its first three games impressively but he s wavering. When his wildcats were ranked ninth in the pre season associated press College basketball poll the cagey Baron of the Blue grass said he thought they were Over rated. The Veteran coach who has a remarkable 687-134 won lost career record said after his boys whipped Virginia and Texas tech a we May get Hurt on Many occasions due to the Lack of a so called big Man. These next games should be important guides to our future Rupp was referring to the games with Northwestern and North Carolina. His boys trounced Northwestern 95-63 saturday night for their third straight Victory. The North Carolina test comes tonight at Lexington by. On the basis of their first three games Rupp have Many sleepless nights. Cotton Nash and Ted Deeken starred against Northwestern just As they did against Virginia and Texas tech. They combined for 56 Points against the big ten club Deeken with 29 and Nash 27. Kentucky a turnabout from its so so for the wildcats�?16-9 record of last season has been the highlight so far of the new collegiate Campaign. Chicago Loyola no. I and Nyu no. 2, each have won twice but the Ramblers and the violets were hardly extended by North Dakota and Kent state and Cornell and Tulsa respectively. The Duke Blue devils ranked fourth won the Centennial classic at Morgantown w.va., by edging no. 7 Ohio state 76-75 and then coming from behind to defeat West Virginia 86-81 in saturday s final. Kansas Jay Hawks and the Sun devils of Arizona state moved into a More prominent spot in the National picture with impressive victories Over the third ranked Cincinnati bearcats and the fifth ranked Wichita wheat shockers. Kansas ended a 90-game Home winning Streak for Cincinnati with its 51-47 Triumph Over the bearcats on six free throws by Walt Wesley George Unseld and Al Correll. Art Beckers 36 Points led the sex to ranked Sun devils to their 93-87 Conquest of Wichita Dave Stallworth tossed in 43 Points for the shockers who lost their second straight. Ohio state took the Consolation prize in the Centennial classic by nipping St. John s of new York 66-64. No. 8 Michigan was Idle saturday but the wolverines beat Tulane and Nebraska earlier in the week. Unbeaten Oregon state no. To thumped Washington 91-60 for its fourth in a Row. Lukewarm Leafs breathe hot fire by the associated press Toronto a National hockey league champions lukewarm in the Early weeks of this years race Are beginning to breathe fire on the tailfeathers of Chicago a High flying Black Hawks. The Leafs ran their unbeaten string to five games sunday As elder statesman red Kelly paved the Way to a 5-3 Success Over the red wings at Detroit. The Victory fourth straight for the Leafs lifted them into second place eight Points behind the Hawks who blanked Montreal 3-0. Toronto is one in front of the canadians. Elsewhere the new York rangers Boston Bruins game ended in a 2-2 tie Between the Tail Enders. Kelly 34-year-old member of Canadian parliament scored on a breakaway to erase a 2-1 Detroit Lead then set up the next two Toronto goals including Dave Keono a decisive tally. George Armstrong Eddie Shack and Bob Nevin also connected for the Leafs. Brat the Best Laurel my. Apr turf experts rate the 1962 Washington . International at Laurel race course As the greatest since the global classic was started in 1952. Frances match ii beat the three Best from the United states in Kelso carry Back and Beau purple As Well As other horses from abroad. Chiropractic and Industry each year millions of Man Days of vital production and millions of dollars in worker s wages is lost due to Back injuries in Industrial accidents. Back injuries need not be disabling. Of course any condition can vary in its seriousness but oftentimes the extent of pain and the amount of time lost from work depends entirely upon promptly receiving a proper diagnosis followed by the Correct treatment. In a recent impartial Survey it was discovered that chiropractic brought health to backache cases almost twice As rapidly As cases under other types of health care. Statistics from official workmen a compensation files in three states showed for example that the average Case of backache resulting from Industrial injury returned to work in 14 Days under chiropractic service. Similar cases under other types of service were not Able to return to work for 19 to 36 Days depending on the particular Branch of therapy employed. Files of Independent insurance carriers revealed that almost 50 per cent of backache cases reporting attendance of a chiropractor showed no loss of time from work. No other Type of i health care equalled this rec Ord. Most people do not realize that a simple backache often leads to More serious consequences a Ater. Misalignment of vertebrae interferes with the natural Lvovs of nervous Energy to the vital organs of the body. When there is pressure on the nerve to such an Organ it is unable to function properly. The chiropractor is qualified to Correct the cause of such a roubles. By locating the interference in the spinal column he adjusts the vertebrae which Are i at fault. On the basis of such Penlight i Enmei it and through their own surveys an increasing number of business and Industrial Cor Apo rate on Are providing Chiro i practice services for their employees. One of the most important moves in this direction was taken by the Colorado state Industrial commission when they issued a directive that All Low Back compensation cases be referred first to a chiropractor 501 main St. Bennington dial 2-6756 Gruen watches i ii a it ii la a 565.00 Karen faceted Crystal 17 jewels Knox to it. Yellow rolled Gold plated top 17 jewels yellow top stainless steel stainless steel Back expansion Brace k. A Dae expansion band it. A so in White from s21� . Other watches mph. Winton. convenient terms Joan Hannah to miss pre olympic meet Bennington Banner tuesday december to 1963�?9 skiers Paradise cheerleaders at a chs the new uniforms of the cheerleaders at the sabers game with Bellows Falls Friday night Are worn to the Best advantage by Rose Mary Latif Wilcox Eileen Stockman Carolyn Johnson and Gloria chares t. A record crowd watched the terriers Down the sabers 49-34. Staff photo Grimm Val d Sere France apr the . Olympic ski team went through its slalom paces monday without one of its girl stars 24-year-old Joan Hannah of Franconia . Joan underwent an emergency operation on an infected toe sunday and was out of training for at least a week. She will miss the first big pre olympic meet opening Here wednesday with virtually the entire world skiing elite taking part. Only the austrians and West germans Are missing in the lineup of top ranked skiers entered in the five Day meet. The a first Snow was still thinly spread in Val do Sere but . Team coach Robert Beattie of Manchester ., said it was adequate for the races. The american team of eight men and six girls has been on an intensive training schedule Here since nov. 30. Beattie said All except miss Hannah Are in top form including William Billy Kidd of Stowe vt., who twisted an ankle in a training spill last week. Miss Hannah confined to the team hotel monday while the other americans went out for slalom practice on Slaise Mountain. With her left foot heavily bandaged she smiled wryly and tried to see the Best Side of her misfortune. A a in a glad ifs Over with a she said. A a it a just bad Luck it be Beattie said he hoped she would be Able to resume train ing next week before the team Breaks up for a 10-Day Christmas vacation. Miss Hannah who placed third in the giant slalom in the 1962 Chamonix world ski championships is considered one of the Best Hopes of the . Squad in the forthcoming Innsbruck olympics. L Aquila Italy apr there is skiing each year until the end of May on the slopes of the 10,-000-foot Gran Sasso highest Mountain of the a Pennines Between Rome and the Adriatic. A poor bowl record Fayetteville Ark. Apr the University of Arkansas football team has been to eight bowl games in the last 30 years winning two losing four my timing two. 1964 red sox schedule features 33 night games in Bowling Boston a the 1964 red sox schedule announced by vice president Dick of Connell features a record 33 night games at Fenway Park five doubleheaders morning and afternoon games with the new York Yankees monday april 20, when patriots Day will be celebrated and a Day and night twin Bill with the Yankees saturday aug. 22. The red sox will open at Fenway Park Friday april 17 against Chicago after opening the season in new York on april 14 against the Yankees. The Yankees will appear in five night games at Fenway Park including one on june la which will Start at 7 ., and the Detroit tigers will play five night games Here during the 1964 season. The other after dark affairs Are divided As follows los Angeles and Kansas City four games each and All other clubs in the american league Are scheduled for three games each. The 33 scheduled night games is one More than last years total. Morning and afternoon games with new York the red sox will be Home for Only one Holiday when they play a single game with the los Angeles Angels on saturday july 4. Doubleheaders Are scheduled with Minnesota on sunday May 17, with Kansas City on sunday May 24, with Baltimore on sunday june 14, with Cleveland on sunday june 28 and with Washington on sunday july 19. O Connell also announced that notices to season ticket holders for renewal of their seat locations have been placed in the mail. There Are no increases in ticket prices at Fenway Park. Except for the 10 30 . And 3 Starting times for monday april 20, and the 7 Time for the Yankee game of june la All other game times will be the same As last season afternoon single games will Start at 2 And night games at 8 The five sunday doubleheaders will Start at 1 30 other than the patriots Day Gifts for a Man size Christmas by Frfd Keppler one of the most popular new leagues in Central Ohio was devised by de Toms imaginative proprietor of Trio lanes in tiny Fredericktown Ohio pop. 1,531. Plagued by a Friday night league spot that was hard to fill because most bowlers attended High school football games Toms sided his time until mid november. Then he started what he called an a a experimental league for 18 football fan bowlers who were freed by the end of the Grid season. They Call it the Trio match game league and it has proved to be one of the most popular loops they have there. Toms divided the 18 Kegler into three groups of six according to average then assigned each of six teams one Man out of each group making sure that teams averages were equal. The three Man teams were broken Down to no. I men highest average no. 2 men Middle average and no. 3 men lowest average. They bowl in that position each night although interchanging on the team of their average surpasses the Man above them or drops below the Man under them. Here show it is scored in a match the two no. I men highest average face each other the no. 2 men Square off Etc. A Point is awarded for each match game won against each other making a total of nine match Points for the three game series. Each team game Victory is Worth two Points. A Complete sweep is thus scored 15-0, but is a rarity. Because each Man is Bowling an opponent of his own average class most of the matches Are close affairs. Teams Are not permitted to jockey their bowlers into positions other than those designated by their averages. The Best bowlers do not necessarily win the most Points in this league because they Are facing the Best the opposition has to offer. Prize Money is split 50 per cent on Points won and 50 per cent on team standings. After every other league in this establishment the bowlers usually leave in a hurry but after the match game league they hang around and kid each other about their matches. Itis particularly interesting when a series like 170-256-180 a 606 is Good for Only one Point won. The Trio lanes Boss is going to move the league to a new time spot in the future and expand it to to four Man teams operating under the same format. Already he is being deluged by applications from bowlers who failed to get in last november. Any league could use the same format and be scored the same Way. The proprietor claims a a it a the most interesting Way to bowl in be Ever run into. Everyone seems to like a look at a Champ Raymond Albert Bluth nickname Ray Bloop was born in St. Louis . 31, 1927. He is 5�?T10�?� and weighs 188. He is a Bowling pro shop owner and professional Bowler. His hobbies Are photography and studying the Stock Market. Bluth started Bowling in 1941. He is a stylist and Apt student of the game. Some of his Many record scores include an 826 and a 834 series in 1958 6 sanctioned 300 games one of which was rolled in the 1962 masters finals Best average 226, 1956-57 masters league. He holds the world record 6 game total of 1525 rolled in the Aba tournament Brunswick . He has been on the All America 1st team in 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963. Hats off to a real Champion. Alley dust the a amp p stores and Perrotta insurance had a total of seven 4-7-9-10 splits in sunday nights classic league. John Ottaviano finally converted the seventh one to end the misery Turkey shoot winners at Ber Langton lanes sunday afternoon and winners of turkeys were Chet and Donna Taft Bill and babe Kelley Al and Peg Ray Jimmie and fran Starr Gene an i Doris Farrar Dick Keough and Jean Orvis Chuck and eve Larson Bernie and Barb Murray Len and Rita Farrington Bob and Ethel Brown Harold and Millie Hicks Romaine and Bobby Letourneau Frank and Mary Ives and Rocky Rockwell and Mabel Young. Noteworthy scores of the past week were Bob Rousseau a 236 and Bob Jones 603 in menus City Winter couples Maxine Healdt a 204-Doris Fisher 546 fran Snow had 204-514 in girls City. Secretaries please note please give league name Dite rolled and first name of bowlers with High scores. Keep Mem rolling. Green Mountain league Das Choice �?3 skunks a i High single�?houghtaling�?183 High triple�?houghtaling�?506 martyrs gulf�?3 Capellas real estate i High single�?keough�?210 High triple�?cummings�?554 Central market�?3 Lauzonis a i High single�?destasio�?219 High triple�?corbett�?547 his esso�?2 Hawks a 2 High single�?mullins�?212 High triple�?petit�?568 Lonergan amp thomas�?3 Lions a i High single Puroy High triple�?puro�?538 Damp a jolivette�?3 Fienberg store i High single Balian a 192 High triple�?jolivette�?503 standings a amp Wesso Central mkt. Hawks Damp a Choice skunks Capellas real is. 27 Lonergan amp Thomas 24 martyrs Gulf 23 Lions 19 Lauzonis 19 Damp a Jolivette 17 Fienberg store 15where she. Nesai. _ a i a a in Howard. Jon Mon j Otis for in tasty Boneless fillets a Crisp Golden brn j a Al Al French feed potatoes j us a Cole Slaw a tartar i i sauce a Rolls and butter a by i Ednes Oay a nights i 8 i i i i 5 i i i i 8 i 8 i Xii Hathaway a Viyella j sport shirts j Hathaway tailoring of Viyella 55% Lamb s Wool 45% egyptian Cotton results in a soft warm weightless sport shirt that you can Wear and Wash for years. Hathaway tailors these shirts w Ith generous shoulders Long Tai is full one piece sleeves. Select his today at the Adams clothes shop or be parking in rear of Stork 8 8 8 i i 8 8 x i i i j International scope Laurel my. Apr the three races that have been called the International Crown of racing Are the King George i and Queen Elizabeth stakes at Ascot Heath England the prix de la arc de trim heat Longchamp in Paris and the Washington . International at Laurel race course my. 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