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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 14, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner monday february la 19fif> sic Borgia reminisces the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation a basketball will miss red auerbach9 banking 4 Man needs full service banking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family. Get full service at full service Friendship league High triple a. Doxsee�?571 n. Turgeon a. Welch�?516 a. Restlno�?515 standings w l Globe Union 56 36 Whitman s 51 41 finast 501/2 41> a a Beech St. Fire 50 42 Monument roofing 36i/o 551/2 super duper 32 60 Dartmouth slalom was Erie Morse senior alpinist from Middlebury. He posted a time of 1 17. Roger Buchika Dennis Donahue and Easton gave Middlebury third fifth and sixth places. Dartmouth s Reid took second and teammate Adrian Bryan was fourth. Due to the warm weather the 50-Odd Snow sculptures that play an important part in the carnival enjoyed Only Brief existences. Put to an untimely end was a Baron von Der lust Quot the 30-foot Snow statue that dominated the Center of the College Green. As dusk approached sunday the Baron was bulldozed because he was melting rapidly. It was the earliest departure in years for the Centrepiece. Queen of the carnival was Anne Miller an Ash blonde senior at Colby Junior College. Miss Miller is daughter of Edward w. Miller Dartmouth class of 1940. Some 3,000 persons students dates and other guests were on hand for the gala weekend of parties dances Hay rides plays and concerts. Weather is still a problem in that it increases the Price of his merchandise. A the weather in Florida was bad so they raised the rate of Gladiolus Quot he said. A a customer comes in and says a i paid a Dollar a dozen two months ago and now they re three dollars a dozen. A you might say the fans Are still getting on me Quot Borgia laughed adding some water to another assortment of Flowers. Mba standings Fasti in division w. L. Pct. Boston 41 20 .672 Philadelphia 37 22 .627 Cincinnati 37 23 .617 new York 22 35 386 Western division w. L. Pct. Los Angeles 35 28 .556 Baltimore 29 34 .460 san Francisco 28 34 .452 St. Louis 26 34 433 Detroit 18 43 .295 sundays results los Angeles 120 Boston Host. Louis 104 Cincinnati 102 Only games scheduled voile of inner in Troy shoot Troy . A Fritz tolls of Pownal outlasted two class a skeet shooters in a shoot off Here this weekend to capture the 12-gauge Overall championship in the annual mid win ter shoot at the Hendrick Hudson fish and game club. In difficult weather conditions of rain and fog Tolle shot More than 140 Birds without a miss and maintained his string through three rounds of the sudden death shoot off. His challengers at this Point were David Dockerty of Hamden Conn. And Irving Patterson of Hartford Conn. Both Are Veteran shooters and competed in the world s championship held last year at Savannah a. Syi. Standings w l pct. Benn. Cath. 17 i .945 Rutland 15 4 .789 Msj 13 5 .722 Windsor 12 6 667 Bellows Falls la 7 .611 West Rutland 9 9 .500 Springfield 8 to .444 Hartford 6 13 .316 Brattleboro 5 13 .289 Bennington 3 15 .167 Otter Valley i 17 .056 results chs 66, Windsor 46 Bellows Falls 83, Beni 66 Rutland 61, Springfield 54 Msj 75, Brattleboro 45 Hartford 74, Otter Valley 71 Mil standings w l pct. Proctor 13 i .929 Chester 12 2 .857 Woodstock 9 5 .643 Poultney 9 6 .600 Burr amp Burton 6 8 .429 Wallingford 6 8 .429 Ludlow 5 9 .357 St. Michael a 3 la .214 fair Haven i 13 .071 results Proctor 48, bus 42 Ludlow 63, fair Haven 42 Chester 61, St. Mikes 32 Poultney 69, Woodstock 62 Molly Stark results Arlington 66, Wilmington 38 Nuhs 65, lamp a 64 Whitingham 58, Austine 55 w Ashin ton county Hoosic Valley rfcs Stillwater Schuylerville Greenwich Salem Tamarac Cambridge results rfcs 80, Tamarac 55 Hoosic Valley 80, Greenwich 69 Schuylerville 56, Cambridge 49 Stillwater 66, Salem 58 . To i .910 8 3 .728 7 3 .700 6 4 .600 4 7 .364 3 7 .300 2 8 .273 i to .091 by Milton Richman up sports writer new York up a the Bald energetic Little Man carefully straightened cwt an assortment of Gladiolus in his Flower shop mulled Over the question for what seemed an eternity and finally conceded that basketball will miss red Auerbach. It was t an easy statement for him to make but Sid Borgia who really does t know any other Way was still calling Mem As he sees pm. A the truth is the truth Quot said Borgia. A basketball is going to miss red Auerbach. I done to Admire him for some of the things he does but i respect him for always trying to win. He a the Leo Durocher of basketball. He was one of the men who cast the Mold that built the during his 18 years As referee in the National basketball association the fiery Borgia had five times As Many run ins with Auerbach As he did with anyone else in the circuit. He set some kind of record for standing toe to toe with the sulphuric Short fused coach of the Boston celtics and kicking him out of Ball games. When they turned Borgia out to pasture two years ago and a took the sneakers away from me against my wishes Quot by easing him into Semi retire ment As supervisor of the a bad a referees there were Many who Felt that Auerbach and the celtics management had a lot to do with the move. A a that a neither Here nor there Quot said Borgia who made it Clear he did no to wish to talk about it. The 49 year old Borgia operates the Barizon Florist shop now and still manages to see two or three games a week. A i eat my heart out every time because in a not out there working on the floor Quot he said. The reason Auerbach s name came up was because they gave him a Day at Boston Garden sunday As a prelude to his forthcoming retirement As coach at the end of this season. Typically after sundays ceremony the celtic coach got into two arguments with the referees and Drew his 18th technical foul of the season. A Sauerbach feels a noisy Axle gets the most grease Quot said Borgia. A but that formula does no to work for him with every referee. That a Why so Many technical fouls Are called against him. A whenever anyone asks me How Good a basketball coach he really is i say his record Speaks for itself. Do i think he a gotten too big for his britches Well of he a too big ifs Only because he has been allowed to become that big. A i done to know How Many times i threw him out of Ball games. In a sure it has to be a record. It was a Battle of complexes Between us i suppose. I stood for what i thought was right and he stood for what he Felt was Borgia probably was the most conscientious referee during his time in the Aba and generally acknowledged As the Best at his Job. There was one thing about Auerbach that still rankles Little Sid. A the has been quoted As saying that i wait for the Day the celtics would lose the championship Quot said Borgia. A not Only was that statement ridiculous it also was unfair. How could i possibly have Felt that Way and remained a referee 18 years in the league Quot during the time he was officiating bad weather always was a problem for Borgia in his travels from City to City. Now in the Flower business bad red s Day a embarrassing j Clas lakers real celts Boston up a everybody had presents for Arnold red Auerbach on his special a Day Quot at Boston Garden. But he could have done without the Licking the los Angeles lakers gave his Boston celtics and without the technical foul referee John Vanak gave him. Auerbach whose Public displays of emotion generally Are limited to verbal assaults on National basketball association officials admitted he was a touched Quot by sunday s nationally televised ceremonies. A yeah it was pretty embarrassing Quot he told writers after being honoured As the most successful coach in professional basketball history. He stay off the fact that the lakers had beaten his eight time champions 120-110. A they did everything right and we be got so Many injuries we do anything Quot Auerbach said. A a it a awfully hard to win on one of these i know my Guys tried their hardest. I always know that much Quot the Aba coaching Dean said. Auerbach was honoured both because the celtics earned him his 1,000th career coaching Victory on Jan. 12 against the same lakers and because he will retire from Active coaching at the end of the current season. A this has been the toughest year of All. I thought that when you got older losing would get easier. But instead its getting tougher. In a too impatient. This is a Young Many a game a a he said of pro basketball coaching. A a you be got to get up just like the a i done to care what the score was Quot Auerbach a Boss club owner Marvin Kratter consoled him. A today you were a the celtics whose Eastern Aba Lead was Cut to three games Over Philadelphia though Cincinnati was also losing invade the royals Home ground tuesday night and play at san Francisco twice at los Angeles and at san Francisco again before returning to the Garden. Boston which did no to score from the floor for the first three minutes and 40 seconds trailed the lakers by As much As 16 Points while bowing to los Angeles for the first time at Boston this season. With Sam Jones and Tom Sanders benched by injuries and Bill Russell hobbling on an injured leg the celtics staged their Best Challenge in the fourth Quarter to Cut the Laker Lead to four Points. But Jerry West limited to five baskets through the first 45 minutes by k. C. Jones guarding tossed in three baskets to fire the winning los Angeles spurt. If the game had gone much longer los Angeles might have been in trouble. Both of the lakers top scorers Rudy la Russo 26 and Leroy Ellis 25 had fouled out. Bot West with a final 22 Points Walt hazzard with 19, Elgin Baylor with la and Bob Boozer with ten spread the winning attack and carried it the rest of the Way. On the celtics Side of the Ledger Auerbach collected a roomful of gifts including 1,000 pennies while Larry Siegfried filling in for the ailing Sam Jones canned 26 Points and John Havlicek had 22 More. Three other celtics hit the double figures but it Wasny to enough to give Auerbach Victory no. 1,106�?the one he wanted most. Beneficial beneficial finance system a 1600 offices coast to coast Loans $20 to $600 a Loans life insured at Low Cost beneficial finance co. Of Bennington 449 main Street Bennington phone 442 5441 a ask for the yes manager open evenings by appointment a phone for hours shop Oneida on menus and boys topcoats slits sport Coats shop now and save at Burt Bros. Mew Mil Falcons about Supply of Talent takes carnival cup Eph a Rikert named Simeister Hanover . Up a the Snow sculptures were largely melted today but Dartmouth College nevertheless had an enduring souvenir of its 56th annual Winter carnival. Dartmouth College skiers sunday took Possession of the Winter carnival cup with a 10.1-Point Victory Over Middlebury College Holder of the cup for the last two years. In a two Day four event Competition that was plagued by unseasonably warm weather and Rains Dartmouth showed particularly Well in the jumping and slalom competitions. Big Green skiers captured the first two places in sundays jumping and swept three of the first four places in saturdays slalom. The slalom was run on a course that had to be chemically hardened because of the warm weather. The giant slalom also was affected by the warm temperatures. It had to be reset to avoid Bald spots in the course. Dartmouth emerged from the Competition with 389.6 Points. Middlebury had 379.5, St. Lawrence 367.6, williams355.9,University of Vermont 349.7, Harvard 335, Maine 330.6 and University of new Hampshire 330.4. I pm i a wow a a named Sziemeister was Dave Rikert of Williams. Rikert won the Cross country and was sixth in the jump 14th in the slalom and 21st in the giant slalom. Responsible for Dartmouth a one two finish in the jump were Captain Bryan Beattie of Lyndonville vt., and Coucher on a Sophomore was second. Jim speck of Dartmouth was fourth while Middlebury sed Norton and Tom Easton placed third and fifth respectively. Dave Reid a Dartmouth Sophomore from Bellevue wash., flashed Down the 51-Gate slalom course for a two run total time of 1 45.5, followed by John la Blitz a former Hanover resident who now lives in Portland Ore. Liltz was timed in 1 47.1. Bui Mccollom a Middlebury Junior from Woodstock vt., was third followed by Dartmouth a John Meek a Hanover Junior. Dartmouth did not do so Well in the Cross country and giant slalom. In the 15-Kilometer Cross country race Rikert easily bested the Field with a 1 02 43 clocking. Harvard a John Chafee was runner up with a 1 04 20 Mark followed by Dave Hosmer of Vermont in third and Dartmouth Captain Beattie in fourth. First in the 30 Gate giant tremendous savings emf. a celtics coach red Auerbach acknowledges the cheers of Boston fans during ceremonies honouring the a redhead sunday at the Boston Garden. The program celebrated Auerbach a 1000th win As an Aba coach and anticipated his retirement at the end of the league playoffs this year. Up great Broadway shows Rheme of Middlebury Winter Lee show Middlebury a the Middlebury College Winter carnival ice show feb. 24 and 26, at memorial Field House will take the audience to the Broadway Heaters for review of the great Broadway plays of the past and present. The big ice spectacular written produced directed and performed by the students includes glittering costumes sparkling coloured flood lights on the ice and top skating Talent. The Fine performances of the soloists lends the show an air of Quality. As an added attraction this year two top soloists from the Rochester . Skating club will perform along with the Fine student skaters who Are All top medallists in the United states and Canadian figure skating associations. The two Rochester performers have competed in figure skating events All Over the country and have appeared at several Winter carnivals in the East. They Are miss Eleanor Lee and Richard Callaghan. Student Middlebury soloists scheduled to appear in a a night on Broadway Quot Are miss Barbara Faelton Pittsburgh pa., Garden state figure skating club miss Donna Keller Sanforn ., Buffalo skating club miss Sandy Marvinney Short Hills n.j., Essex skating club miss Kay Kirkpatrick St. Lawrence figure skating club and Lee Lamprecht Rocky River Ohio Cleveland skating club. There will also be a cast of College men and women several local children from Middlebury and members of the faculty and staff in special numbers. Skits solos and group numbers Are on great Broadway plays and Are designed to give the audience the Best of each. Some of the famous productions included Are a my fair lady Quot la in Abner Quot a hello Dolly Quot a the sound of music Quot �?o76 trombones Quot a Gypsy Quot a porgy and Bess Quot and a do re miss Kirkpatrick and William Lievens Are co chairman. Palm Beach Fla. Up a the new Atlanta Falcons were desperately searching for support from other National football league clubs today As the league opened its Winter meetings. The Falcons who must pick up the nucleus for the first team which will play in the 1966 season were finding out that the other 14 teams did no to plan to be As generous As they had earlier anticipated. The Falcons Are to get three players from each of the other 14 clubs for a total of 42 veterans. These together with the players acquired through the College draft and those signed As free agents Are to make up the training roster for the team which becomes the 15th member of the nil next fall. It was first believed that each club would freeze 25 of the 40 players who were on their Active roster at the close of the 1965 season and that the Falcons would be Able to select their three from the 15 remaining. But it was becoming obvious by late sunday night that the clubs were More inclined to set the figure no lower than 32 on the freeze list and possibly As High As 34. This would mean that the 42 veterans which the Falcons would select would be taken from players who had seen Little action for their present teams. The week Long meeting was to get underway at to . Today. The first Day s session was expected to be devoted almost entirely to routine reports by various league committees and the pressing question of How Many players the Falcons would have a shot at was not expected to be decided until tuesday. The Falcons then will have until probably thursday to Complete their choices. The Only other burning Issue before this years meeting is the selection of a 16th team to Complete the expansion move started when Atlanta was admitted to the nil last year with play to begin in 1966. The other team will not actually begin play until 1967 and it was clearly indicated that although discussions about the expansion will come up at the meeting any final decision wont be made until later. Seven cities Are seeking the new franchise in the nil. They Are Boston Cincinnati Houston new Orleans Phoenix Portland and Seattle. Bowling results b s come Back f rom Slaughter to tie rugged Maple Leafs classic league Boston up a How can the same hockey team look so completely helpless while being slaughtered 9-2, by the new York rangers but Bounce Back 28 hours later for a 4-4 tie with Strong Toronto the answer to that question was probably Given to the Boston players during a 45-minute sunday meeting with coach Milt Schmidt and general manager Hap emms. A we took turns on them Quot Schmidt said. A no i wont Tell you what we said because you can to print it its Safe to assume that emms did something he a reportedly Imi i. Standings w. L. T. Pts. Of a Chi 27 16 7 61 180 135 bet 25 16 9 59 169 129 Mont 26 15 7 59 160 123 Tor 22 18 7 51 144 132 . 12 30 8 32 145 198. Bos 13 30 6 32 117 198 sundays results Montreal 4 Detroit 3 Boston 4 Toronto 4 Chicago 6 new York i done before waved an air line schedule at the players. The Boss outlined flights to Oklahoma City and Hershey Penn several months ago and the players occasionally have to be reminded that they Are one More a bad game Quot away from taking a trip at Bruin expense. A yes we were a lot better than we were on saturday. I guess they wanted to make up for the Way they played in new York. They came close to it too. Any professional athlete should come Back if he has an intestinal fortitude Quot Schmidt said. The Bruins who entertain Detroit wednesday night before launching a six game Road trip that a will decide where we re going to finish Quot played patches of rousing hockey but made a flock of errors in route to the 4-4 sunday night tie that lifted them into a fifth place tie with losing new York. Dean Prentice broke a five week 15-game scoring drought with his seventh goal of the season at 12 15 of the third period to break a 3-3 tie. But Bostons Lead was Short lived. Sex Bruin Orland Kurten Bach making his first turn As left Over Bills to time payment accounts heavy expenses clean Emall up with Cash from beneficial you pick the terms you pick the payments. Get that big . At beneficial Call up and see it or i 111 it it a Forward after killing penalties earlier in the game converted a Pete Stemkowski pass at 14 48 and that was it. Earlier Boston scorers were Tom Williams his 14thgilles Marotte his first in the nil and John Bucyk his 16thhad scored for the Bruins while Ron Ellis had a pair and Frank Mahovlich rang up his 22nd for the Leafs. While the tie did Little to Toronto s 6-3 winning margin Over the Bruins this season the single Point it produced put them into a tie with the rangers. There had to be bad news however As club officials indicated Ted greens absence will be even longer than originally believed. The rugged Bruin defens Eman was released from the Hospital saturday but the knee ligament injury that knocked him out of action will probably keep him on the sidelines for another three weeks. The probable schedule reads one More week in the cast another week in the Whirlpool and at least a third week of Light skating. That Means Ted will be idled through at least the first week in March and since the regular season ends Early in april he May not make it Back this season. Fight la Sii 11 san Juan . Up a Percy Hayles 135, Jamaica stopped Frankie Narvaez 136, san Juan . 8. High four e. Gardner�?766 l. Walczyk sr.�?765 r. Mullins�?753 High single l. Walczak sr.�?228 e. Gardner�?226 j. Bromirski�?221 p. Bushee�?221 standings w l Perotta insurance 46v2 2ov2 Harrison vending 451/2 2iv2 Madkour 361/z Iii Robt Greene 35 33 Bell laundry 3212 351/2 Bennington lanes 291/2 381 2 Liggett Bosworth 291/2 381/2 Hoosick Falls 24 40 first Natl stores 25 43 girls Green Mountain High triple d. Kimball�?526 s. Chenaille�?480 b. Hynick�?476 High single b. Hynick�?190 p. Mears�?186 b. Bentley�?179 standings w l dreamers 611/2 261/2 t. E. Love wires 56 32 . 5 53 35 ally oops 48 40 Gutte Snipes 43 45 t. E. Typos 39l/o 481/2 fireflies 39 49 Sim Senette 37 51 mixers 36 52 t. E. Leftovers 27 61 ski jumpers trondheim Norway up a olympians John Balfanz of Minneapolis and Gene Kotlarek of Duluth minn., placed Lith and 18th respectively in an International ski jumping Competition sunday won by Norway s b Joe in Pirkola. Time to change

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