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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont alas Alley by hey rookies filling in holes in Bruins Starling lineup at Vanderbilt tonight Bennington Banner wednesday february 2, 1966-9 today a tip to the kids with All this Snow head for the Hills with the Hickory slats during the Daylight and then if you have spare time All night try rolling a round Ball at the Maple pins. In All seriousness the last tip and perhaps one of the most important covers All sports. It is etiquette. Parents should stress proper behaviour and the simple rules of being a gentleman or lady. The Young bowlers should be taught not to step in front of the Bowler on the right. This is a Basic Rule. I m sure almost everyone has at one time or another been halt Way through their approach and have someone bomb by on one Side or the other. I suppose if you Are a True spot Bowler you even notice this. But the majority of us Are Down and out amateurs and something like this is very annoying. More free literature in the mail. This Load from the Baa and entitled a press release idea really some gems i think the Baa got taken. One example a cartoon of Abe Lincoln and George Washington All dressed in period costumes at a Bowling Alley saying a Happy birthday Abe Happy birthday George a All this because february is National Bowling month also a Nice Chan showing the growth of senior leagues the number of daytime senior leagues Etc. Incidentally there Are now 2,557 senior teams. One interesting Story was written and this is to announce that the National Bowling month photo contest will close feb. 28th. All pictures entered must have some relation to the sport of Bowling. Bowling equipment prizes will be awarded to the top three winners. Pictures should be sent to National Bowling month photo contest p. O. Box 3943, merchandise Mart Plaza Chicago Illinois 60654. If you want to see How the ladies pick up some of their wonder Ous splits drop by the lanes february 4, 5 amp 6th and watch the wisc association tournament in person. For newcomers guard your eardrums for there Are usually hoots and hollers unheard of since Vij Day. In the split made department Pat Woodward subbing for Marty Moore a got the 2-7-10 and Judy Farnum picked up three quarters of the double pinochle split the 4-7-10. Marge Watson in the Green Mountain girls league picked up the 3-7-10 split just the opposite of Pat Woodward a. The female bowlers Are warming up for the tournament judging from some scores i have. For example Mabel Mitchell 507 and 513 Dot Totten 529 Dot Dickie 529 and fran Snow 531. It looks like the tournament scores will be High if the proceeding scores Are any indication. I would say the weather outside was cold and the bowlers inside just Plain hot. A few cold statistics Dickie Mullins 276 Biz Marcoux 244 Don Fisher 622 Gene Farrar 265 Bob Townsend 255 Gene Farrar 662 Bob Townsend 629, Freddie Davis 621, Joe Dubuke 611 and 223 Casey Deblock 600 and 221, Howard Theralen 236 and 609 Leo Bentley 224 and 614. Be Gads sounds like a squad made up of Jack Armstrong the All american boy. Arnold Blackstone rolling for the it. Bankers just missed the magic 600 Circle with his 599 triple. Quite Nice for a 154 average Bowler. Unofficial reports have it that Mitch a heal estate team rolled a spectacular 1002 game. Done to know any individual scores. Here s one where i do have the scores though and will someone please contradict me of i am wrong when i say this is the highest single team game bowled this season. The individual scores Sam Willis 199 John Dunham 153 Bix Marcoux 244, Steve Hilchey 197 and Anchor Man Dick Mullins 276. Team name same a Gulf team total 1069. Congratulations on some excellent Bowling. If these single triple and team scores indicate the potential scores of the upcoming association tournament i done to know Why in a in it. Of Well last year my doubles partner Strung seven in a Row so there a Hope. Time to shovel the car out so will close for this week with the reminder keep pm rolling in the pocket especially for the lady tournament participants. Bob Hope desert classic a circus for Bro Wolfers Boston up a Ute Altyman Don Awrey moves into the starting rotation thursday night when the Boston Bruins Host the Detroit red wings in a National hockey league encounter. Awrey will fill in for the injured Teddy Green who is expected to miss three to four weeks play because of stretched ligaments in his right knee. Coach Milt Schmidt said tuesday that Awrey was promoted from penalty killer and Reserve Forward because a we want the Young players to have As much ice time As he said Awrey 22, would skate a full turn while Captain Leo Boivin and Al Langlois split the other defense turns. Schmidt said Awrey was also brought into the starting lineup because he did no to want to split up Bob Woytowych and Ollie Marotte. Woj Dolch is 24, while the Rock solid Marotte is 20. Forbes Kennedy another Forward who has seen Little More than penalty killing duty will get plenty of ice time in the remaining Bruins games Schmidt said. The Bruins who meet new York at Boston Garden saturday night before travelling sunday to Detroit have lost their last two games after winning four in a Row. They Trail new York by four Points. Detroit tied for first with Chicago new Yorkus opponent tonight in the Only nil game will be without defens Eman Doug Barkley. He was hospitalized sunday night with an Eye injury that required surgery. A they re out for our blood a says Rupp new England ski reports Palm Springs Calif. Up a the Bob Hope desert classic also known As the a adding machine open a gets under Way today with such Golf stars As Arnold Palmer defending Champion Billy Casper and Ken Venturi in the Field. The Hope tournament staged for Charity with the comedian Star As its sponsor is a four ring circus with 128 professionals competing for $100,000 in prize Money. It is two tournaments in one played Over four different Golf courses in this desert spa. Boston up a the United press International new England Council ski guide for new England variable cloudiness in Northern new England today and Cloudy in Southern new England with some Snow indicated for Massachusetts Rhode Island and Connecticut accumulation possibly four inches Over Southern areas. Snow ending followed by Clearing this afternoon or evening. Seasonably cold mostly in the teens and 20s Northern portions and in the 20s and Low 30s in Southern portions today. Generally fair and somewhat colder tonight. Vermon t or. Ascutney to to 30, packed powder. Bromley 24 to 32, powder 8 inches new Snow. Burke mt., la to 38, packed powder. Burrington Hill 14 to 40, powder. Dutch Hill 24 to 44, powder 4 inches new Snow. Glen Ellen 23 to 50, powder 8 inches new Snow. Haystack mt., 28 to 42, powder. Hogback 20 to 30, packed powder. Jay Peak 20 to 45, packed powder. Killington 18 to 34, powder 6 to 8 inches new Snow. Madonna mt., 32 to 50, powder 8 to 12 inches new Snow. Magic mt., 18 to 30, powder 4 inches new Snow. Middlebury Snow bowl 25 to 45, powder 3 to 4 inches new Snow. Onemo 25 to 42, powder 4 inches new Snow. Pico Peak 28 to 45, powder 8 inches new Snow. Round top mt., 30 to 36, powder 6 inches new Snow. It. Snow 35 to 57, powder 6 to 8 inches new Snow. Stowe 36 to 50, powder 3 to 5 inches new Snow. Stratton mt., 25 to 42, powder. Sugar Bush 32 to 52. Powder 3 to 5 inches new Snow. Suicide six 12 to 18, packed powder. It. Tom 15 to 20, packed powder Massachusetts Benjamin Hill to to 23 Inch base granular surface. Bouquets to to 20, packed powder. Bennington thurs., fri., sat., feb. 3, 4, 5 7 tree ladies Vav g t a it i Mil 4. I it Gin a ill Quot a a it la l a. A a it a j Coats suits dresses skirts Slacks blouses drastically reduced Adams clothes shop Quot shoes too99 Brodie mt., 8 to 36, powder 4 to 6 new Snow. Butternut Basin 5 to 20, packed powder. Catamount 6 to 22, packed powder. Hamilton slopes 20, packed powder. India head ski area 16 to 26, granular. Jiminy Peak 15 to 24, powder 3 new Snow. Jug end 18, powder. Methuen ski area 16 to 28, packed powder. Otis Ridge to to 27, powder 2 new Snow. Thunder mt., 18 to 32, packed powder. It. Tom 19 to 36, packed powder. United press International Adolph Rupp would give anything to be in his old Kentucky Home tonight. The Baron May be putting everything on the line tonight the Southeastern conference Crown the National title and the Mcaa championship when he takes his second ranked wildcats into the Den of the Vanderbilt commodores. A right now id rather take a team to any other place in the country than Vandyn a place Down in Nashville a Rupp admits. A those people Down there Are going to be out for our Rupp who says his unbeaten wildcats a5-0 Lack the a killer instinct a enjoyed whipping the third ranked commodores at Lexington two weeks ago. The Winner of the Sec goes to the Mcaa tourney in March and right now Kentucky is in the Drivers seat with a perfect league record. A Victory tonight would drop Vandy two games behind in the loss column. But a Triumph by the commodores would turn the tide for them since Kentucky still has two games left with College results East am into 94 coast guard 46 Cony 70 Wagner 66 Manhattan 85 Rutgers 78 a Vince 84 Canisius 71 Frugh Dicknson 92 St. Peters 91 Midwest Illinois 99 Michigan 93 Detroit 91 West. Mich. 79 Bradley 67 Cincinnati 56 Minn. 86 Northwestern 76 de Paul too Indiana 79 St. Louis u. 64 Louisville 60 Southwest Baylor 88 Rice 76 Tex. Tech 92 to la 89 Texas 95 Howard Payne 83 West Oregon St. 72 Hawaii 36 St. Mary a 87 Portland 68 South Richmond 82 a. Tech 81 Clemson 72 Wake Forest 71 miss. St. 58 Georgia 54 Tough t Tennessee. Vandy on the other hand has beaten the vols twice. The Sec title race Isnit the Only conference Battle going Down to the wire. The big ten and Missouri Valley conference standings were tossed into a dogfight As a result of tuesday nights action. Illinois surprised ninth ranked Michigan 99-93 at Ann Arbor to deadlock the big ten race and Bradley took advantage of cold shooting Cincinnati to whip the 10th-ranked bearcats 67-56 at Peoria. The braves Victory dropped Cincinnati to second place in the Mac and elevated Tulsa and Wichita to the top spot. In other games involving upits top to sixth ranked Texas Western won its 15th straight without a loss by blasting new Mexico state 104-78 and fourth ranked Providence captured its ninth in a Row by ripping Canisius 84-71. Pittsburgh Wal hide rubberized Wall paint you get what you pay for. And in the Long run it pays to buy the Best Carpenter amp sons inc. 708 mom St. Dial 2-6446 remember you get double triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary the new Way to total Home heating Comfort away Petroleum corp. Max Perrotta mgr. 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