Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 11 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 11, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Ephs slip fourth in College hockey Trail Bennington Banner Friday february la 1966-9 by Dick Dew up sports writer Boston up a Clarkson rolled through its second successive week As the top team in the major class while the Bowdoin Polar bears rocketed from fourth to first in the Small College ranks according to the latest United press International Eastern College hockey coaches ratings. Coach Len Ceglarski a Clarkson tech powerhouse polled la of 13 possible first place votes and the other two went to runner up Boston University in the major race. Cornell continued to threaten the one two Eastern leaders with a 42 Point total that was just eight off the terrier Pace. In the continually changing Small College list Sid Watson a Bowdoin skaters netted seven of a possible la first place votes to run up an eight Point Edge on Yankee conference Leader new Hampshire. Bowdoin had been fourth and new Hampshire third just one week ago but Bowdoin and Colby knocked off front running Williams during the week. That double defeat plunged coach Bill Mccormick soph men from first to fourth place As Colby climbed from sixth to third mostly on the strength of three first place ballots. The Only other top vote of the week was awarded to Boston state but it did no to help the tourists from Huntington Avenue whose six Point total earned them Only seventh place. American International slipped slightly but Merrimack really hit the skids As the two teams tied for fifth place. In the major listing Boston University was dropping five Points further Back of streaking Clarkson As the terriers spilt in two games and came out of the eighth round of voting of the season with an 18-4 record. Cornell continued to threaten both leaders while running its record to 16 wins and Only three losses. A combination of upset losses by Clarkson and Boston University could promote Cornell right Back into the Eastern title fight. Brown held onto fifth place by two Points Over northeastern while Harvard and Boston College rounded out the eight team major list with minor mention in that order. New Upland ski reports Boston up a the United press International new England Council ski guide for the ski areas of new England the . Weather Bureau Outlook Cloudy today and mild throughout the Region with showers which will Likely change to Snow flurries in the mountains of Northern new England later tonight and saturday morning As colder air arrives in the ski country vim Mon it. Ascutney to to 20, packed powder Bromley 19 to 29, packed machine made and packed powder 5 to Zero inches new Snow Burke mt., 12 to 40, packed Burrington 12 to 36, packed powder Carinthia 30, packed powder dutch Hill 18 to 40, powder Glen Ellen 25 to 53, packed powder Haystack mt., 28 to 42, packed powder Hogback 14 to 20, packed powder Jay Peak 20 to 40, packed wet and powder Killington ii to 34, packed powder Madonna mt., 32 to 56, packed wet mad River Glen 36, packed powder magic mt., 14 to 28, packed powder Middlebury Snow bowl 19 to 40, packed wet a Kemo 22 to 40, packed powder Pico Peak 20 to 41, packed powder Pine top 16, packed Prospect mt., 20, packed powder round top mt., 15 to 20, wet it. Snow 32 to 54, packed powder Snow Valley 38, packed powder Stowe 36 to 60, granular and packed wet Stratton mt., 18 to 22, packed wet sugar Bush 34 to 55, wet granular suicide six 12 to 18, packed powder it. Tom 15 to 20, packed powder Massachusetts Amesbury 24, packed powder Benjamin Hill to to 22, wet Corn Berkshire Snow Basinio packed wet Blue Hills 18 to 20, packed wet Boston Hill 23 to 35, wet bouquets 30 to 12, packed powder Brodie mt., 8 to 38, packed powder Butternut Basin 30 to 5, packed powder Catamount 22 to 6, packed powder Jiminy Peak 20 to 12, packed wet build your heritage Home exactly As you want it and still save Money build from your plans or from one of the exciting heritage models. Or a combination of both for a custom built Home at big savings. Heritage feature Thermo pank in every window. No storm windows needed. Learn about Many other extras found Only in heritage Homes phone for information Ano to see Homes now building in Harvest Hills. Large lots Village water excellent View. Merritt s. Hewitt North Bennington Vermont 442-5685 ski sf�5 equipment to clearance for incoming Spring sporting goods i skis Ico Mandet Reg. $45 Peerless Reg. $30 a Champion Tea. $16.95. $31.50 $22.50 $12.50 Rook Hienke Reg. $65. A Bass Reg. $26. Bass or. Reg. $14.85. $19.00 $10.50 after ski boots Reg. $8.95 $4.95 parkas amp pants profile Parka Reg. $13.95$ 9.95 slalom Parka Reg. $ i 7. 50. $12.50 menus women a boys ski pants reduced ski poles Reg. $5.50 Reg. $9.95 Reg. $18 25 $3.50 $5.95 $11.50 comparable Valles on gloves. Mittens bindings. Goggles. Hll Cuttina main Street Benning ton Vermont sweep by Lee Goerl Ach the Avalanche of Winter enthusiasts who descended on ski areas from Connecticut to Canada last weekend indicated that Given Good weather and Snow conditions there Are enough skiers to go around despite the rapid expansion of the Industry a steady Stream of ski Laden cars poured into area parking lots bringing record and near record crowds to the slopes. Restaurants and Gas stations in the berkshires had the Best ski business of the year. Motel business was described As farther North the motels and lodges in the Vicinity of Manchester were booked solid. A couple of members of the Nava ski club of Waterbury Conn., drove to Bromley sunday. They ate at the Rosa in Pittsfield mass., on their Way Home along with the biggest ski crowd the restaurant has had All Winter. We Are surrounded by skiers at the Rosa. The pair from Nava were on one Side a Large family group were on the other and a Trio sat behind us. Skiers Are a talkative lot so before we left we heard that Nava sponsors a Junior racing program that the youngsters had skied in the us Easa sanctioned race at Jiminy Peak in the afternoon that one of the Young lads at the next table was Kim Nolan of Danbury Conn., who had won his class in the race and that his brother Jim is the Anchor Man on the Norwich University ski team. Also that Phil Satin Stein at the table behind us was from Newburyport mass. And that he usually skied in new Hampshire. He attended the Vesper George school of arts in Boston with Francis x. Tobin of Pittsfield and he was combining skiing with a visit with Tobin. They had skied at Bousquett a and said the area was so crowded that they had to Park their car almost in a horse stall it was so close to the bar at the far end of the parking lot. Jiminy Peak Drew 3,500, the largest two Day attendance in the history of the 17-year-old Hancock mass., ski area. This despite the fact that year old glamorous Brodie Mountain is just around the Corner. Brodie had a Banner week. Night and Day skiing is provided All seven Days. You can buy a Sesona a ticket for just night skiing if you like. The season ticket Holder need Only display their membership card so exact attendance figures Arentt available. About 700 skied monday night nearly 1,000 tuesday and wednesday and another 700 thursday and Friday nights. More than 4,000 skiers paid admission from Friday night through sunday. Haystack the year old area near it. Snow in Vermont also Drew a record crowd and it. Snow had its usual 8,000 or More. Haystacks ticket count saturday was 2,400 and sunday 2,700, manager Jack Manton said. A we done to keep a tally of seasons ticket users. We have 125 lodges in the Valley and each family has a seasons ticket a he said. A we had nearly As Many people on a couple of Good weekends last March but i would say the past weekend was our Best a he said. A your parking lots were Haystack has three unique package plans. They offer a family weekend ticket for $38 with no limit on the size of the family a saturday and sunday ticket with a free weekday pass thrown in and a $30 ski week package which includes two lessons a Day and a free weekend pass. The weekend pass can be used anytime. A you can do As you please with it a Jack said. A even give it to a added to All this the ski week is Good during Holiday weeks. A we done to care when they come As Long As they come a he said. Jack also observed that there Are 3,500 Beds in the Valley and More than 10,000 skiers were at the various areas. Dave Leake of Hotchkiss son of or. And mrs. Richard b. Leake Iii of Bennington was the first boy not from Pittsfield High in six years to win the Berkshire interscholastic Simeister title. Charley Goodrich had won it for the past two years and Collin Garstang the three previous years. Collin now is a Sophomore at the University of Massachusetts. Bill Avison one of the top jumping judges in the world was one of the officials at the interscholastic. He is currently an Fis International judge chairman of the us Easa ski jumping committee and is on the Board of the National ski jumping committee. He has been parachuting since 1961, Lias amassed More than 250 jumps and is the author of an article on ski jumping and sky diving in the february Issue of skier Magazine. It. Greylock regional is going to be a real threat in next year s interscholastic according to ski coach John Blackmer. A we Are Only losing one boy Dan he pointed out. It. Greylock has two promising prospects Bill Ellison son of or. Arthur Ellison Williamstown orthopaedic surgeon and nationally known consultant on ski injuries and Philip Wilson son of or. And mrs. Robert Wilson of Bennington a tuition student. / Blackmer is a science teacher and volunteered to coach the ski team. A i feel so useless a he said As he stood for hours watching the races Friday and saturday. A a it a very frustrating. Once they Are on the course you can to control the situation. Its a very individual sport. The coach Only gets them there a he declared. Brian Vorse who won the class 3-4 race at Jiminy lives in Potsdam . And skis for Sunapee . Ski club. His family lived in South Hadley mass., until two years ago. Walter Vorse Briana a father was superintendent of schools there. Now he is associate professor at state College Potsdam. He promised Brian that he could continue to ski for Sunapee after they moved to Potsdam. As a result they have driven 50,-000 Miles since moving there. Brian has two older Sisters in College. The whole family skis. Or. Vorse has been skiing since 1933. He at one time coached the St. Johnsbury vt., High school ski team. Rita Hayworth a daughter Yasmin Aga Khan a student at Buxton school Williamstown is taking racing lessons from ski school director Roland blood at Jiminy. She placed fifth in her division in the sunday race there. Bennington will be the site of a ski touring trip sunday. Ben Rolston former president of the Green Mountain club will Lead the group which will meet at 9 15 . At Williams Iga store on route 9, a mile East of town. Brattleboro is the site of the us Easa jumping and Cross country combined championships feb. 19-20. The fourth annual Cross country ski touring race is scheduled feb. 22 at Guilford sponsored by the Brattleboro Outing club the Brattleboro ski patrol and the Brattleboro Winter carnival. The 40th anniversary ski jumping at John Satre memorial Hill Salisbury Conn. Is scheduled sunday at 2 p.m., inaugurating the new England ski jumping championships. Complete line of plumbing supplies and Ive feature plumbing fixtures Henry m. Tuttle co. Inc. 113 depot St. Dial 2-6343 Bennington it. Do you know any elephants who give people peanuts a b. C. Blondie Steve Canyon heart of Juliet Jones this elephant does Bennington Aimer i i t

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