Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Feb 21 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - February 21, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Awaiting tourney bids upset free weekend Jor top quintets Bennington Banner monday february 21, 1966-7 Dartmouth again edges Middlebury to take Williams carnival drown by cart Block up sports writer Dave Schellhase has few goals a but they re big ones. Among other things the 6-foot-4 Purdue Forward wants to win the National scoring championship and secondly head like to make a living playing professional basketball. Funny thing is he might just accomplish both. Schellhase pronounced Shell House took a giant step toward his immediate goal saturday afternoon when he smashed a handful of school and big ten records by ripping the cords for 57 Points in a 128-94 losing Effort against Michigan. Fourth in scoring last season Schellhase currently owns a 32.5 Point per game average to Lead All collegians. His one Man show of 23 Field goals and la free throws bested the old conference Mark by a single Point. The nations two unbeaten Prospect it. Ski club1966 Winter carnival entry Blank Junior Simeister race 1. To he held at Prospect i. Ski area saturday i he. 26. Giant slalom to . Slalom. 1 30 . 2. I Gillie to enter Are boys and girls 8-18 from Bennington Woodford Shalt Bury and Pownal. 3. Entries must reach . Miller 225 Washington Avenue Bennington by 6 . Thursday i he. 24. 4. There will be an entry fee of 50 rents which is to be paid when racing numbers Are picked up at race Headquarters at the Prospect area saturday Between 8 30 and 9 30 . Payment of the fee also entitles the entrant to a ticket to the Winter it Arni Val Hall to be held from 8-12 saturday night at the i. Anthony c country c Lub. 5. Race Headquarters will be located in the ski patrol room in the Prospect area Headquarters building. Name address Tel. No. boy a girl la i \ rent s or. I mum ass Vul re College fives barely escaped upset minded rivals saturday and take on two More challengers in the coming week top ranked Kentucky 21-0 trailed by a Basket with six minutes to be before pulling out a 73-69 Squeaker against Mississippi state. The wildcats meet Ole miss tonight and face a Tough Tennessee squad saturday. Texas Western unscathed through 20 games blew a 10-Point Lead and then had to Battle Pesky pan american before breaking a 59-59 deadlock with 2 14 remaining and finally earning a 65-61 decision. Texas Western takes on West Texas state and Colorado state this week. Second rated Duke downed Maryland 74-69 saturday and meets Wake Forest and North Carolina this week before entering the Atlantic coast conference Post season playoffs preparatory to the Mcaa tournament. Providence Loyola 111. And St. Josephus athe fourth fifth and sixth ranked teams respectively All won saturday and have Little in their Way for the remainder of the season a except for a March 2 clash Between Providence and St. Joe a. Kansas no. 7, walloped Oklahoma state 80-47 Vanderbilt no. 8, edged Florida 89-86 ninth ranked Nebraska beat Missouri 71-53 and loth rated College hoop scores Michigan trounced Schellhase and Purdue. Syracuse a Likely Choice for tournament play was derailed by West Virginia on the Winner s court. Carl Heads 28 Points led the mountaineers 99-95 overtime Victory. St. Johns another Independent hoping for a bid from someone was pushed to overtime by Ford Ham before coming out on top 74-72. Most of the conference leaders had winning weekends. Cincinnati atop the Missouri Valley stopped Tulsa 88-75 Davidson showing the Way in the Southern conference Defeated the Citadel 77-64 Ivy league Leader Penn beat Cornell 84-66 Texas a amp a of the Southwest conference nipped thu 96-91 and on the West coast san Francisco got past san Jose state 75-74 Utah beat Arizona state 92-76 and Lac upset Oregon state 70-60. Last Hamilton 88 Clarkson 74 Trinity Conn. 92 Kings it. 74 Penn St. 90 Colgate 70 . Too St. Francis . 75 Boston Coll. 94 Navy 78 Connecticut 91 Massachusetts 64 Hartford 83 Suffolk 80 Springfield 84 Bowdoin 62 Pennsylvania 84 Cornell 66 Fairfield 65 St. Bonaventure 55 St. Johns by 74 Fordham 72 c. We. Post 65 Pace 57 Kings Coll. 99 Stonehill 87 Worcester tech too Bates 86 Adelphi 74 Hofstra 70 Liu 59 Cony 48 Niagara 76 Iona 71 Allegheny 79 Western res. 70 Hunter Coll. 65 Patterson 61 Rutgers 83 Delaware 80 Lemoyne by 75 St. Mich. It 73 Tufts 85 coast guard 63 Salem St. 85 Westfield 75 Mit 75 Brooklyn Coll. 42 Williams 85 Clark 71 holy Cross 79 Assumption 65 Colby 93 Brandeis 73 Lafayette 74 Bucknell 67 Geneva 84 St. Vincent 70 Providence 77 Seton Hall 57 Upsala 96 Stevens tech 62 Columbia 62 Princeton 59 St. Jos. A. 96 Creighton 90 Yale 76 Harvard 67 Bridgeport 99 Merrimack 84 St. Peters 79 Wagner 70 Brown 73 Dartmouth 71 Buffalo 88 Albany St. 63 northeastern 81 Amer. Int. 79 Villanova 76 Canillus 62 army 54 Boston u. 47 Wesleyan 68 Amherst 58 Rhode Island 91 Maine 70_ Soith w. A. 99 Syracuse 95 Duke 74 Maryland 69 Virginia 79 Vii 65 Louisville 105 n. Texas St. 93 Clemson 76 n. C. St. 74 Auburn 90 Georgia tech 73 Kentucky 73 Mississippi St. 69 Tennessee 83 Georgia 69 Alabama 81 Louisiana St. 73 Catholic u. 76 of Dickinson 71 Loyola la. 89 Miami Fla. 76 n. Carolina 83 s. Carolina 71 Midwest Toledo 76 Marshall 68 Michigan 128 Purdue 94 Northwestern 83 Indiana 82 Wisconsin 78 Michigan St. 77 Cincinnati 88 Tulsa 75 Illinois too Minnesota 89 Iowa 86 Ohio St. 80 Marquette 105 no. Mich. 94 Loyola 111. 94 Wichita St. 77 Kansas St. 68 Colorado 52 Bradley 55 notre Dame 44 Kansas 80 Oklahoma St. 47 Butler 99 St. Josephs ind. 84 Cincinnati 88 Tulsa 75 Ohio u. 88 Kent St. 75 Oklahoma 80 Iowa St. 78 Nebraska 71 Missouri 53 Detroit u. 88 John Carroll 56 Southwest Texas tech 117 Texas 86 Texas 96 thu 91 Southern meth. 57 Arkansas 66 Texas Western 65 pan am 61 West Oregon 79 Urcla 72 Wyoming 88 air Force 74 Colorado St. U. 93 Seattle 83 new Mexico 85 Denver u. 77 Stanford 80 Washington St. 61 Williamstown mass. Up a Dartmouth College remained new England a dominant intercollegiate ski Power today following an impressive weekend Victory in the Williams College Winter carnival. Dartmouth a 5.6-Point win Over runner up Middlebury saturday was the colleges second Triumph in seven Days. The Ivy leagues had won their own Winter carnival on feb. 12. On that occasion too Middlebury placed second. The final team standings in the Williams Competition gave Dartmouth 389.5 Points Middlebury 383.9 Williams 369 St. Lawrence 357.7 Vermont 356.9 new Hampshire 341.7 Maine 340.4, Harvard 339.3, and Norwich 212.5. A Dave Rikert of Williams was named Simeister for the fifth time in consecutive Winter carnivals. Rikert placed first in Cross country fourth in jumping Lith in slalom and 14th in giant slalom in the two Day four event Williams carnival. Middlebury had a slight 2.2-Point Edge Over Dartmouth following the giant slalom and Cross country events Friday. Middlebury skiers had taken four of the first six places in the giant slalom and posted a narrow team Victory in the Cross country event. But Dartmouth roared Back saturday by dominating the jump and slalom. The big greens Brian Beattie tied for first place in the jump with de Norton of Middlebury while Beatties teammate Dave speck was third. Earlier Dartmouth Sadrian Byran and John Meek finished one two in the slalom. The gala weekend was favored by Chilly temperatures. Alison Seidlitz 21, a senior at Wheaton College in Norton mass., was named carnival Queen. Miss Seidlitz a euro Pean history major is from Kansas City to. Hoop endurance Meredith . Up a ten weary basketball players at Belknap College were taking things easy today after setting what they believe is a College record. Starting at 3 . Friday the Ion All members of the Belknap varsity squad played 34 consecutive hours of basketball. There were no substitutions. The players took five minute food Breaks each hour. Team b walloped team a 2,865-2,400 with freshman Bruce Bell of Blackwood n.j., High scorer. He had 918 Points. 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