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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 11, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8�?Bennington Banner wednesday december la 1983 sabers drop second raiders win 48-44 National football league Tel is 132, kicks 113 All Sta team announced when the Rutland raiders arrived in town last night they found a sleepy squad of sabers and took advantage of the fact by edging out a 48-44 Victory. Bennington Catholic dropped their third game of the season making it two losses and one win to Date. The sabers who could end up in the top division this year were dubbing shots and missing rebounds and did not appear As the experienced team that they really Are. In the first Quarter the raiders pulled out in front of the sabers with a 16-10 Lead with the High Man for the sabers Pete toed scoring six Points. In the second period the sabers began to show signs of waking up As they pulled within two Points at the end of the half. The sabers scored More Points in this Quarter on foul shots than they did from the floor with Fred Bushee taking four foul shots and Tommy Caron with one Basket and two free throws. The score at the half was 23-21, the sabers trailing by Only two Points. Pete Lemieux scored his first Points on a Basket and a foul shot. In the third Quarter the raiders regained their original Lead and spurted ahead 34-28 scoring la Points to the sabers 7. The sabers just could not control the backboards or shoot effectively from the outside. A Little on the late Side the sabers began hustling in the last period but in their anxiety to overtake the raiders they committed Many fouls. Allan Clark made seven out of eight foul shots for the boys from Rutland. Fred Bushee hit for two baskets and two free throws. Joe Kennedy and Pete Lemieux also scored two baskets with Lemieux having an extra free shot. Aiding Clark for the raiders was Bob Merriam with three baskets for six Points. The sabers defense was extremely shaky and Many lost rebounds aided the raiders in their Victory Over the Home town team. High scorers for the sabers Fred Bushee 12, Pete Lemieux to Joe Kennedy 9 and Pete Tocci 8. Rutland High scorers Allan Clark 15, Bob Merriam la and Allan cram to. Benn. Cath. Bard of Kennedy of Caron Lemieux c Bushee re Deery toed la Morrissey totals Rutland Merriam of Swanson of Mcleod c White cram re Sabataso Clark la totals Rutland Benn. Cath. F 0 1 2 4 8 i 0 0 14 16 g 5 2 0 2 5 0 2 16 16 23 to 21 f 1 0 2 i 0 i la 16 34 28 p 0 9 4 10 12 1 8 0 44 p 11 4 2 5 to i 15 48 48 44 by Jack hand associated press sports writer new York apr the defense minded Chicago bears Green Bay a ground troops and the pass Happy new York giants dominated the National football league All Star team announced wednesday by the associated press. The bears placed six players on the 22-Man first offensive and defensive units. Green Bay had five and new York four. Y. A. Tittle the giants Superb passer was a near unanimous Choice for quarterback and Jimmy Brown Cleveland a record breaking ground gainer received All but two votes for fullback. Mike Ditka Fine tight end of the Chicago bears also polled All but two of the 42 votes cast. The selections were made by a committee of three sports writers and broadcasters from each of the 14 league cities. Ditka was the bears Only representative on the offensive team but the Fine defensive club placed five men on the first unit. They were 6-foot-8 end Doug Atkins linebackers Bill George and Joe Fortunato and the two Ball hawking safety men Richie Petitbon and Roosevelt Taylor. Only nine of the 22 men selected last year repeated six on offence and three on defense. They were Del Shofner new York giants split end tackle Forrest Gregg of Green Bay guards Jerry Kramer of Green Bay and Jim Parker of Baltimore Center Jim Ringo of Green Bay and Tittle of the 1962 offensive team. The defensive repeaters were tackles Al stage is set for play offs Msj plays the music the cats dance 82-39 the cats from Bennington travelled to Rutland for a tango with mount St. Joseph last night and while the mounties played the music the cats danced. When the music faded into the background the score stood 82-39, Beni had a tight hold on the Short end of the string. The mounties began the play in the first minutes of the game and from that Point on it was strictly a one sided affair. The first Quarter saw the Rutland mounties pile up a ten Point Lead. At the outset of the second period the Slaughter continued As the mounties hit the baskets for 21 baskets and five foul shots. At the end of the half the cats were trailing trailing far behind As the score stood 64-31. In the final period the cats were Able to pile up Only eight Points while the mounties scor it distributes 1964 Cata logs Randolph a the 1964 65 Catalon of Vermont technical College is being mailed out this week to All Vermont High schools to Many applicants for entry in september 1964, and to Vermont industries interested in the education of technicians required in the development of their business. Enrolment at Etc is now 236. Last september 251 started the school year. Enrolment in september 1964, is expected to be about 280. Additional classroom space is now under construction and will be completed in july. De at will making seven Field goals and four foul shots. The big Center from Rutland Joe Gauthier was not at the Post when the first whistle sounded but after the first time out was called entered the game and began scoring with Only one foul shot for the period. In the second Quarter however Gauthier hit for five goals. Top honors for scoring was shared by Gauthier and Howard Shortsleeve for the mountie each with 21. Scoring for the cats was Jim Moore 13, Wally Mook 9, Bob Baldwin 5, Howie King 4, Mike Derosia 4, Steve Greenslet 2 and Larry Guetti 2. In the preliminary Jav game the Little mounties also clobbered the cats to the tune of 64-24. High scoring for the cats was Mike Derosia with six Points. Mike Stanley had the honors for the mounties with 12. New York apr the american football league has the stage All set in the event a playoff is needed to determine either of its divisional champions or both. Commissioner Joe Foss and two staff members flipped coins tuesday to decide the possible playoff dates and Sites. Six of the leagues eight teams Are still in the running for divisional crowns. San Diego 9-3-0, and Oakland 8-4-0, could wind up in a deadlock for the Western title. In the East it s a four Way Battle for supremacy involving Boston 7-5-1 Buffalo 6-6-1 Houston 6-6-0, and new York 5-6-1. The playoff possibilities Western division if san Diego and Oakland tie playoff at san Diego dec. 29. Eastern division two team ties if Boston and Buffalo tie playoff at Buffalo dec. 28. St. Mar eagles a a a Fri a s i run 4-40 it. St. Joseph b. Shortsleeve of 5 0 to Pillon too h. Shortsleeve of 8 5 21 costello 14 6 Gauthier c to i 21 j. Bove 2 i 5 e. Bove re 317 Mcdonough 10 2 Kelley la 5 0 to Candon too totals 35 12 82 Bennington High Greenslet re i 0 2 Guetti i 0 2 Mook re 4 i 9 King c 2 i 5 Derosia 2 0 4 Moore of 4 4 12 Baldwin of i 3 5 totals 15 9 39 Truval White adress shirts a easy care Wash tip Wear while Broadcloth $3 95 Fine Quality Lustrous combed yarn Wash and Wear Broadcloth with medium spread Collar. New a Sanfor sized plus non resin finish gives this shirt improved smoothness after washing. Convertible cuffs. Noon5 next to North Street parking lot Bennington it. For one half the Arlington eagles outplayed a Good class a team from Hoosick Falls but in the second period poor shooting combined with the great re bound Long on the St. Mary s squad turned the game in favor of the boys from Hoosick Falls who won the Fame with a final score of 54-40. The Arlington eagles looked a Little better in this game than they have looked so far this season. They displayed Good Ball control and disciplined offence. Mcquire of St. Mary sled his team in their second half Victory scoring All of his 14 Points in that period. Other High scorers for the new York team were Messey with 11 and Benkusky with 9. Arlington s High scorers were co captains Curt Albee and Frankie Hall with 16 and 14 respectively. Although the varsity has been unable to win a game thus far coach Frederickson feels that the team will begin winning and when they do they will win consistently. Aba standing is Eastern division w l pct. Go Boston 18 2 .900 a Cincinnati 17 12 .586 5l/z Philadelphia to 13 .435 new York 8 20 .286 if Houston and Boston tie playoff at Boston dec. 28. If new York and Houston tie playoff at Houston dec. 28. Three team ties if Boston Buffalo and Houston tie Boston will play at Houston dec. 28, with the Winner playing Buffalo at Buffalo Jan. 5. If new York Boston and Houston tie Houston will play at new York dec. 28 with Boston meeting the Winner in the Victor s City Jan. 5. Blacki Terwins Over bulldogs by 72-48 score Ludlow a Black River presidents opened their Marble Valley league court season last night by Downing Burr and Burton bulldogs of Manchester 72 to 48. Four of the Victor starters scored in double figures with a Forward John Cole netting 16 Points. They exploded in the first Quarter putting the visitors in the Hole from which they were never Able to climb. Home team led 25-9 at halftime As its Pete Milnes proved a Demon off the boards. For the visitors Billy West and Neil Pierson were the pacemakers scoring la Points each. Burr a Kapusta Zambalis West of Fielding Fleming i Nawrath Pierson Bowen Higuera Wright totals Burton of re la Ludlow Hislop of Gurdak Cole of Mcquaide Milnes c m. Laundry Mcginnis re Dzialo Libuda plumb la g. Laundry surething totals Burr amp Ludlow Burton g f p 3 2 8 i 4 6 5 i la 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 i i 5 i la i 3 5 i 3 5 0 0 0 18 12 48 4 4 12 0 0 0 6 4 16 0 0 0 3 0 6 i 0 2 5 0 to 2 0 4 0 0 0 4 4 12 2 2 6 i 2 4 28 16 72 9 20 29 48 25 36 54 72 91/2 14 Western division los Angeles 16 to .615 St. Louis 17 la .607 san Francisco 12 12 .500 Baltimore 7 15 .318 Detroit 6 16 .273 tuesday s results St. Louis 113, Phi Ladelpha 103 Boston 132, new York 113 san Francisco 117, Baltimore 108 today s games St. Louis at Boston new York at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Detroit thursday s games Baltimore at los Angeles new York at Cincinnati Scholastic Musket Hall sol Msj 82, Bennington 39 Rutland 48, Bennington Catholic 44 St Vens 53, Springfield 52 Windsor 67, Otter Valley 61 Brattleboro 72, Hartford 48 Mil Woodstock 78, Wallingford 49 St. Michael s 45, Chester 43 Ludlow 72, Burr amp Burton 48 Poultney 61, Proctor 33 fight results new York a ii Diaz 151, puerto Rico out pointed Tommy dynamite Williams 1503/4, Washington d.c., 8. The scotch they prefer in Scotland do in age. Up in Quality in tax mimed whisky is Mose a imposed it 4/5 it Lom Johs import my company. Hew took Roger Brown of Detroit and Henry Jordan of Green Bay and Corner Back Herb Adderley of Green Bay. Shofner and Ditka were picked for the two end jobs with Gregg and Schafrath of Cleveland at tackles and Kramer and Parker at guard with Ringo at Center. First team offensive unit split end a Del Shofner new York 6-foot-3, 185 pounds 29 years old. Tight end a Mike Ditka Chicago 6-3, 230, 24. Tackles a Forrest Gregg Green Bay 6-4, 250, 29, and Schafrath Cleveland 6-3, 255, 26. Guards a Jerry Kramer Green Bay 6-3, 255, 27, and Jim Parker Baltimore 6-3, 275, 29. Center a Jim Ringo Green Bay 6-1, 235, 32. Quarterback a . Tittle new York 6-0, 195, 37. Flanker Back a Bobby Joe Conrad St. Louis 6-2, 195, 28. Running Back a Tommy Mason Minnesota 6-1, 196, 24. Fullback a Jimmy Brown Cleveland 6-2, 228, 27. Defensive unit ends a Doug Atkins Chicago 6-8, 255, 33, and Jim Kat Cavage new York 6-3, 240, 29. Tackles a Henry Jordan Green Bay 6-3, 250, 28, and Roger Brown Detroit 6-5, 300, 26. Middle linebacker a Bill George Chicago 6-2, 235, 33. Corner linebackers a Joe Fortunato Chicago 6-1, 225, 33, and Jack Pardee los Angeles 6-2, 225, 27. Corner backers a Lynch new York 6-1, 205, 27, and Herb Adderley Green Bay 6-1, 200, 24. Safeties a Richie Petitbon Chicago 6-3, 205, 25, and Roosevelt Taylor Chicago 5-11, 186, 26. Madison Square Garden fans Call Ramsey fake new York apr Quot i thought he d get killed before he got his first foul shot Quot said red Auerbach. Quot Frank i Felt sorry for you out there Quot said Walter Brown. Quot Don t say that or. Brown Quot said Frank Ramsey. Quot it s All Over and done Quot personally i Haven t even seen the article Quot said referee Earl Strom. Quot fake Quot said the fans from All Over Madison Square Garden. And so it went in the National basketball association game Between the Boston celtics and the new York kicks the night after Frank Ramsey of the celtics turned author. Quot the article Quot was one in a Magazine under Ramsey a byline detailing How he lures opponents into committing fouls and fools the officials. The article Drew a reprimand from Aba commissioner Walter Kennedy. Bullets shot Racks baskets backboard Oakland Calif. Apr Gus Johnson of the Baltimore bullets slammed a jump shot so hard tuesday night that the Basket s Glass backboard broke holding up the bullets game against the san Francisco warriors. His successful Field goal came with 1 04 to play in the third period and the warriors leading 84-78. Maintenance men at Oakland auditorium searched for a new backboard. But after an 18-minute delay they rigged up a Brace behind the huge crack in the backboard and the game resumed. San Francisco won 117-108. Some 8,237 fans turned out at the Garden tuesday night mainly to see How the officials reacted to Ramsey and vice versa. There Wasny to much else of interest As the celtics toyed with the cellar new yorkers for a 132-113 Victory. That gave Boston an 18-2 record for the first Quarter of the Long season. In the first game of the doubleheader the St. Louis Hawks fought off the Philadelphia �?T76ers Down the stretch for a 113-103 decision. In the other Aba game on the card the san Francisco warriors Defeated the Baltimore bul Ahl standings Eastern division w l. T pts. Providence la 9 3 25 Hershey 12 12 i 25 Baltimore 12 13 i 25 Quebec to 14 0 20 Springfield 8 14 i 17 Western division Pittsburgh 18 8 0 36 Cleveland 14 to i 29 Rochester 12 to 0 24 Buffalo 7 14 i 15 lets 117-108, As Wilt chamber lain scored 49 Points. But Ramsey held the spotlight. Actually Ramsey is about the last player in the sometimes hard bitten pro league you d expect to become an object of even mild controversy. He is a Well spoken Kentucky gentleman now in his ninth season in the league and the co Captain of the celtics with Bill Russell. He is one of the great clutch players. Anyway he took the court about Midway through the first half and almost the first time he got his hands on the Ball he was called for charging a defensive player. The Boston Bench erupted and the referees called a technical foul. Before he was through Ramsey had played 21 minutes collected 15 Points hustled All Over the floor and drawn four personals. He did not appear to get the Best of the officiating despite catcalls from the stands to Quot fake a foul Auerbach thought Ramsey got the worst of it. So did Brown the owner of the team. In Alo Caa it sir Vici he s got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. 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