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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2,.m, Ontl Nyrl visits. Pats get Huarte Bob Hayes worlds fastest human Colclough still winning races for Dallas cats travel by Milton Richman up sports writer new York up a Here it is one year later and nothing really has changed for Bob Hayes. He s still winning All the foot races. A year ago he was doing it for Gold medals in Tokyo. And sunday with hard cold Cash on the line instead the Skinny legged 22 year old Hayes left everyone else up the track again by racing for a pair of touchdowns in a 38-20 Victory Over the new York giants that earned the Dallas cowboys a playoff bowl berth in Miami fla., next month. Hayes did t go Home especially impressed with his own performance during the entire season or during sunday s game although he became the first Rookie since 1961 to total More than 1,000 Yards with pass receptions. Of the season he said laughingly a i had a helluva year if it was t for Gale and As for the game itself he added Quot my two touchdowns came in the first half. Now if i had scored the winning touchdown it would be meant More to me than winning those Gold medals in the Hayes accounted for his first to on a 65-Yard pass play from quarterback Don Meredith 40 seconds before the end of the first Quarter then set his record by scoring on another 33-yarder from Meredith near the end of the second period. The second run gave Hayes total of 1,003 Yards and made him the first Rookie receiver to reach that figure since Mike Ditka of the Chicago bears did four years ago. Quot i be still got a whole lot to learn Quot said Hayes peeling Yards of adhesive tape off his Chest in the dressing room. Quot there is one important thing i be Learned already Quot added the worlds fastest human who is easily identified by that blurred Streak on your to screen. Quot you can to make it on Speed alone in the pros. You can t run a straight line. The defensive backs in this league Are too Good. They la grab you every time you run straight. You gotta put on some Meredith claims Hayes has Learned Many of the moves already. Quot he has improved too per cent since he first came to us Quot declared the Dallas quarterback. Quot he a still doing a lot of work on what he Calls Quot the routes or moves whatever you like to Call them. What it boils Down to is knowing when to break and when not to break. Quot Bob is learning Well. He has More than Speed going for him Quot Meredith went on. Quot ill say this though. Whenever you re in doubt you can throw the Ball As far As you like because you know he s Gonna be there to get Tom Landry the cowboys coach also is impressed with some of Hayes other assets besides his Speed. Quot what i like Best about him is his explosiveness Quot said Landry. Quot go to every game we won this year and you la discover Hayes made the big play. He s our Gale it was rather curious Landry should mention the name of Chicago s Rookie of the year because Hayes had mentioned cowboys Miami bound Brodies to bombs Force packers Colts playoff by Jeff Meyers up sports writer John Brodie is an acknowledged master of the big bomb but it s his attention to Small details that has forced a playoff Between Green Bay and Baltimore. The Small details Are included in the National football league rules under article Vii Section 7, paragraph i which prohibits running with a fumbled lateral that has hit the ground. Green Bay a Willie Wood did exactly that sunday scooping up a san Francisco Fumble and racing 82 Yards for an apparent touchdown. Brodie then brought the Rule to the attention of the officials. The touchdown was disallowed and the forty liners went on to tie the packers 24-24 and Force them into a playoff with the Colts at Green Bay next sunday. Brodie has tossed the biggest bombs in the nil this season and enjoyed his finest Day sunday throwing three to passes including the equalizer to Vern Burke with 1 07 left. In other games Minnesota surprised Chicago 24-17, Dallas disappointed new York 38-20, Cleveland shaded St. Louis 27-24, Detroit whipped Philadelphia 35-28 and Washington dubbed Pittsburgh 35-14 Quot it could have been worse much worse Quot said Green Bay coach Vince Lombardi whose charges still could have finished first if Baltimore had t edged los Angeles 20-17 saturday. If the packers had lost to the forty liners however the Colts would be the Western champions. 1 at a Happy new whiskey i tender Loving care makes Jenkins a Happy whiskey try some. Or give some away. Economically priced it la leave everyone smiling. Blended whiskey $3.45 dry Gin $3.35 80 proof 4/5 a a. 80 proof 4/5 of. To Grain Neutral spirits Vodka a $3.20 80 proof 4/5 it. Mad from too Grain Neutral spirits Jenkins Jenkins spirits corp Ltd Manchester n h. Following a 22-Yard to game tying pass from fran Tarkenton to Gordon Smith rip Hawkins intercepted a desperation Rudy Bukich Aerial and dashed 35 Yards with 1 06 left for the Vikings who trailed 17-3 entering the fourth Quarter. Tarkenton also hit Tom Hall with a 17-yarder minutes after Chicago s Gale Sayers raised his nil to record to 22 with two Yard plunge. Don Meredith s three to passes enabled the cowboys to grab a berth in the playoff bowl in Miami Jan. 9. Dallas and new York each finished with a 7-7 record but the cowboys have beaten the giants twice this Campaign. Jimmy Brown was booted out of the game for a kicking incident but scored his 21st to of the season before leaving to tie the nil record until Sayers tallied his 22nd the eagles scored twice within two minutes but Detroit s Milt Plum broke the 28-28 tie by hitting Rookie Tom Nowatzke with a 22-Yard to pass. Tom Walters and Rickey Harris raced 63 and 34 Yards respectively with intercepted passes and Bob Pellegrini rambled 31 Yards with a Fumble for the redskins. Nil standings Eastern conference w. L. T. Pct of Pax Cle. La 30 .786 363 325 . 7 0 .500 270 338 Dallas 7 7 0 .500 325 280 Wash. 6 8 St. Louis 5 9 Pella. 5 9 pit. 2 12 .429 257 301 .357 296 309 .357 363 359 .143 202 397 Western conference w. L. T. Pct. Of Pax bal. To 3 i .769 389 284 . To 3 i .769 316 224 Chicago 9 5 0 .043 409 275 s. F. 7 6 1 .538 421 402 Minn. 7 7 0 .500 383 403 det. 6 <7 i .462 257 295 l. A. 4 to 0 .286 269 328 a tied sundays results Cleveland 27 St. Louis 24 Washington 35 Pittsburgh 14 Dallas 38 new York 20. Detroit 35 Philadelphia 28 Green Bay 24 san fran 24, tie Minnesota 24 Chicago 17 Only games scheduled sunday game Baltimore at Green Bay playoff it earlier in an entirely different connection. As he Cut More tape off both his Ankles Hayes who is listed at 189 on the program but actually weighs Only 175, talked about his first season in the pro ranks and How Happy he was to be going to Florida where he makes his Home. Quot it la be just like a Homecoming for me Quot he said. Quot i be got a lot of friends and relatives in Florida. I got a lot of in Dallas too. Did you know Mickey Mantle was right there when i signed my first contract with the cowboys he a my idol. I played the same position he did in High school Center Field. He s the greatest in my when he returned to the subject of football Hayes said he Felt his old olympic teammate Henry Carr of the giants is the fastest Man in the nil. Quot but Speed Ain t Ever Gonna do it alone in this league Quot added Hayes taking off his football shoes. A year ago in Tokyo Hayes borrowed track shoes belonging to 80 meter Champion Tommy Farrell and then went out and copped the Gold medal in the too meters. Quot i remember that and i still got the shoes Quot laughed Hayes. Quot these shoes Here of they re mine All right. I be been running in my own shoes since that those shoes have taken Hayes a Long Way. By Tom Hughes the big night has arrived Rutland is coming to town. But unlike Santa Claus the raiders from the North won t be bringing any gifts for the Good Little boys of Frank Bizzarro. If Franks sabers want any presents they Are going to have to take them. The Rutland hoop sters tallest team in the Southern Vermont league have been far from world beaters in their Early season games but coach Jim Leamy s quintet should have All the Talent it takes to beat anyone in the league possibly including the sabers. In other league action tonight Bennington High still Hunting its first win of the Campaign travels up to West Rutland for a clash with the Golden horde. Russ Shappy a hoop sters won their first game of the season last Friday Downing Hartford 82-40. Naturally the Wes siders would like to add another Victory in the sol win column. Rutland took the measure of basketball schedule Southern Vermont Rutland at chs Beni at West Rutland of at Msj Bellows fails at Windsor Brattleboro at Hartford Halas edges Collier As nil coach of year new York up a George Halas whose entire life has been devoted to football As a player coach innovator founder and chairman of the Board of the Chicago bears has been named 1965 National football league coach of the year by United press International. Balas the leagues oldest Pilot at 71, guided the bears to victories in nine of their last la games and a third place finish in pro football s toughest division after compiling a 5-9 record in 1964. Papa Bear collected 16 of the 42 votes cast by sportswriters in each of the nil cities. Blanton Collier coach of the Eastern conference Champion Cleveland Browns was a close second in the balloting with 13 votes. The remainder of the votes were Well spread out with Jack Christiansen of the resurgent san Francisco 49�?Ters receiving five and Alite Sherman of new York four. Harry Gilmer of Detroit Baltimore a Don Shula Vince Lombardi of Green Bay and Washington a Bill my Peak received one vote each. Quot its Good news Quot said the Grey haired Halas when informed of the award. Quot because of the great coaches in the National league this is indeed an Halas is the second coach to win the award twice. He was named coach of the year in 1963 when the bears beat the giants for the league title. Sherman was honoured in 1961 and 62 when new York dominated the Eastern division. The bears who finished a 9-Mark, hardly looked like challengers or even a winning team Early in the Campaign. They opened the season with three consecutive losses to Western division rivals and appeared headed for another dismal year. Halasz Success formula this season was a parlay of two outstanding rookies halfback Gale Sayers and linebacker Dick Butkus and a 33-year-old quarterback who is with his fourth nil team Rudy Bukich. Except for three Brief respite Halas has coached the bears since 1920. He started with the Decatur 111. Staley that year transferred them to Chicago where they assumed their present name in 1922 and has been at the Helm in one capacity or another since then. The will ingest coach in professional football history Halas has a 37-year coaching record of 300-125-28. One of the founders of the football Hall of Fame and the Man who introduced the Quot to Quot formation to the pro ranks Halas has claimed at times that he was ready to Call it a career but he always seems filled with renewed vigor when a new season approaches. Brattleboro Friday 70-48, and reportedly played by far their Best game of the season to Date. Three raiders forwarded Robinson Center Bob Pratt and 6�?T 9&Quot de Wright All hit double figures against Bratt and the entire team played first rate defensive basketball. The Likely starters for Rutland tonight include Robinson and Tom Neary in the backcourt Pratt at Center and Bill Minogue and Clark Eaton at forwards. Wright should see action Early and stay As late As the foul situation and his own endurance allows. The whole Ball game would seem to hinge on the rebounding capacity of a chs Tom Caron. The big t from by is doubtless one of the finest Rebo unders in the state but the question is can me great rebounded out rebound three Strong Moose Pratt Wright and Minogue ? Caron will have to get some help from Bill Deery Don Chaffin and probably Stan Krawczyk but the last time Rutland hit Bennington to face the Beni cats the smaller Catamount forwards proved that the big raiders could be easily boxed out under the boards. If the Saber Forward Wall does the Job there will be no contest. From outside Robinson and sub guard Butch Morgan can hit but Chaffin and Alan Plante should at least keep the slate even. There is no Metch in the backcourt where Plante and Denny Hart will give Neary rot Inson and co. An evenings lesson in bal handling and a 11 hawking. The game begins at 7 30, but if anyone wants a seat head better arrive before 6. Up at West Rutland Barrie Byrness quintet will be facing one of the rapidly improving inhabitants of the Middle territory of the sol standings. The horde Are a team much like Beni Little height Good defense inconsistent shooting. Two horde Grid stars de Reczek and Joe Czachor will be giving Mike Derosia and Jeff Bergquist one of their toughest Board Battles of the year. Other West Rutland starters Are Stan Janosky up front and Tom Jakubowski and Lou Glod Zik in the backcourt. The catamounts will be looking to improve on their outside shooting a problem which has plagued them All along. Derosia and Steve Greenslet connect at times but they must hit All night if the cats Are to gain a win. Little Jim Shoemaker the Sophomore guard showed some scoring punch against Windsor Friday night and if it continues his scoring will certainly help. Another cat problem area fouls must be cleared up. Greenslet and Bergquist both foul too much and subs John Mook Tom Coyne and Dick Noble can pick up a few in a matter of minutes. Giving ones opponents a picnic at the foul line will not win any Ball game. Killy scores Val do Sere France up a Jean Claude Killy Frances International Alpine skiing Star won the downhill race for the Oreiller cup sunday and also was first in the combined standings. Cappy Al scoring Champ after 28-Point explosion Boston up a Gino Cap Pelletti the Boston patriots one Man Point machine today reigned As american football league scoring Champion for the third consecutive year and fourth time in the Young league s six year history. For most of the 1965 season the Veteran Patriot trailed the Buffalo Bills Ace kicker Pete Gogolak in the individual Point column. But Cappelletti rolled up a Boston record of 28 Points saturday to jump into the league Christmas store hours closed monday As usual open tues. 9 to 6 wed. And thurs. Till 9 p. Closed Fri. 6 p. Super \ k duper markets v scoring Lead on the next to the last Day of the season. When the new York jets held Gogolak scoreless sunday in the season finale Cappelletti became the scoring Champion once again 132-115. Cappelletti was a one Man gang in the patriots 42-14 rout of the Houston oilers saturday. He grabbed touchdown passes of 26 and 57 Yards from Veteran quarterback babe Parilli and kicked Field goals of 10,20, 25 and 31 Yards. He also had four conversions. Gog Lake a efforts to regain the Lead sunday were frustrated by a hard charging new York line. Two of the hungarian s Field goal attempts were batted Down at the line of scrimmage. A bad snap from Center frustrated the soccer style kickers final Field goal attempt in the waning minutes of the game. Cappelletti one of the original patriots joined the club in 1960 is. A standings Eastern division w. L. Pct. Boston 19 8 .704 Cincinnati 19 12 .613 Philadelphia 18 la .621 new York 12 18 .400 Western division w. L. Pct. Los Angeles 19 16 .543 Baltimore 17 17 .500 St. Louis 12 17 .414 san Francisco 14 20 .412 Detroit 9 20 .310 sunday s results los Angeles 132 san fran. 120 Only game scheduled As a defensive Back. But or. 1961 he switched to split end and won his first Al scoring Crown with eight touchdowns 48 extra Points and 17 Field goals for 147 Points. That total also became the Al single season scoring Standard a a record which stood until 1964 when Cappelletti up Ped it to 155. Cappelletti slumped to 128 Points in 1962 five touchdowns 20 Field goals 38 extra Points but regained the Al scoring title in 1963 with two touchdowns 35 extra Points and 22 Field goals for 113 Points. The Keewatin Minnesota native had his finest season in 1964, winning his third Al Point championship and second in a Row by amassing a record 155 Points on seven touchdowns 36 extra Points and 25 Field goals. Even though Cappelletti s scoring title was at stake in sunday s new York Buffalo contest the Al All Star was pulling for Buffalo. A Buffalo Victory would have Given the patriots second place in the Al s Eastern division. The jets scrambled into second with a 14-12 win. Quot yes id like to win the scoring thing Quot Cappelletti said before the game Quot but id rather see the patriots finish in characteristic fashion Cappelletti credited babe Parilli with a big assist on saturday s scoring spree. Quot babe was great he always is Quot Cappelletti said. Quot i Only wish we could have gotten started a Little sooner this Boston up a the Boston patriots today acquired Reserve new York Jet quarterback John Huarte in Exchange for split end Jimmy Colclough and a Choice in the recent american football league draft. Patriot president Bill Sullivan and general manager Mike hol Ovak formally announced the Trade which had been rumoured publicly for several weeks but could not be announced officially until after the regular season was completed on sunday. Huarte Best known for the reported $200,000 he received for signing with the jets As Joe Namath s Back up Man and another new York player to be assigned at a later Date were part of a transaction that did not involve any Exchange of Cash according to Holovak. Acquisition of 1964 Heisman trophy Winner Huarte was seen As a major bid by the patriots to provide quarterback support for the Veteran babe Parilli. The patriots won Only four games this season and finished third in the afle a Eastern division race with Parilli at quarterback. In announcing the Trade Sullivan said the patriots had originally offered up to $200,000 in Cash for Huarte but that new York owner Sonny Werblin declined and insisted on a top Boston player. Ace linebacker Nick Buoniconti who like Huarte played his collegiate football at notre Dame was the original Jet target but the patriots refused to Trade the player who recently was named to upits All Al team at Middle linebacker. Colclough 28j> a Boston College graduate who played for one season As a defensive Back in the Canadian football league led the patriots in pass receiving this season with 40 catches for 677 Yards and three touchdowns. That gave him a six season Al total of 245 catches for 4,418 Yards and 39 touchdowns. Huarte who led notre Dame nil standings w. L. T. Pts. Of a Mont 15 6 4 34 91 62 Chi 8 2 32 98 63 det 12 to 4 28 92 75 Toro 12 to 4 28 71 74 . 6 13 7 19 73 93 bos 5 18 3 13 58 116 sunday s results new York 3 Montreal 2 Toronto 3 Boston i Chicago 5 Detroit 4 to a 9-1 record two seasons ago and shattered eight records for the fighting Irish played briefly in three new York pre season games after being delayed for practice by play in the All Star game at Chicago. He practice with the jets during the regular season and handled the Field phone but did not play during new York s second place season. Public skating at Williams Williamstown mass. A the Public skating schedule for the Williams College hockey rink during the Holiday period is As follows sunday dec. 19�?afternoon. Monday dec. 20�?morning and afternoon. Tuesday through thursday dec. 21-23 a morning afternoon and evening. Friday and saturday dec. 24-25 a no skating. Sunday dec. 26�?afternoon. Monday through thursday dec. 27-30 a morning afternoon and evening. Friday dec. 31 a morning and afternoon. Saturday Jan. I a no skating. Sunday Jan. 2 a afternoon. Hours Are morning 10-12 afternoon 2-4 evening 7 30 930. Admission Price is 50 cents for adults 25 cents for children. Nil race tight As Hahs fall Emile Francis first Victory As coach of the new York rangers could t have come at a better time for the Chicago Black Hawks. Francis who succeeded Rad Sullivan As the rangers coach on nov. 24, finally became a Winner sunday night when new York shaded the Montreal canadians 3-2 at new York s Madison Square Garden. The Hawks were the chief beneficiaries however because the Montreal loss enabled them to move within two Points of first place via a 5-4 decision Over the Detroit red wings. Defens Eman Pat Stapleton tallied with to seconds left in the game to give the Black Hawks their Victory Over the red wings. Bobby Hull scored two goals for the Black Hawks. Hoosic Valley hoop sters spoil . Teams Hoosick Falls . A two area basketball quintets spent dismal weekends recuperating from losses inflicted by neighbouring Hoosic Valley Central school. He topped Hoosick Falls 61 50 Friday night at their Schaghticoke Home and then beat St. Mary s saturday night 62-52. In both games the two teams were battling neck and neck for three periods but Hoosic Valley pulled away with bursts of scoring in the fourth period. The hoosiers were trailing 42-39 at the end of the third period but could manage Only la Points to 19 for Hoosic Valley in the final Frame. Bill waterhouse popped in 23 for rfcs but Jerry Eddy of Hoosic Valley tied him for game scoring honors. St. Mary s came Back from a 36-30 halftime deficit to Edge within two Points of he at the end of the third Quarter 48-46, but were outscored 14-6 in the last Frame. Eddy dumped in 20 Points but Dave Smith led the victors with 23. Pete Melesky topped the purple eagles with 14. Both Hoosick Falls and St. Mary a Jayvee squads also fell to he. The Junior hoosiers lost 68-44, while the Marians lost 77-36. The Slon Ismen face Tamarac at the Hoosick Falls gym tuesday night. Rfcs g f t Sheffer 2 4 8 Starr 5 4 14 Beckstein i i 3 Carelli i 0 2 waterhouse 9 5 23 totals 18 14 50 Hoosic Valley Masterson 3 6 12 Eddy 9 5 23 Galuski 6 i 12 my malt on 4 i 9 Smith 2 i 5 totals 24 13 61 rfcs 14 24 39 50 he 15 27 42 61 St. Mary a Kennedy 5 2 12 Barber i 2 4 p. Melesky 4 6 14 Stempek 5 0 to b. Melesky 0 2 2 Nowak 3 4 to totals 18 16 52 Hoosic Valley Masterson 3 0 6 Galuski 2 3 7 Smith la i 23 Sorenson 2 0 4 Eddy 5 to 20 Mcmahon i 0 2 totals 24 14 62 St. M. 9 30 46 52 he 13 36 48 62 give an typewriter buy a Brist Mas if i on a rental Purchase plan at the end of 3 months you May either pay or finance Tho diff Ronco or return Tho typewriter to us with no obligation priced from $57.50 to $119.50 amp office equipment inc. Evans news 431 main St. Bennington it. A i i

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