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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 2, 1964, Bennington, Vermont Ferguson last minute goal gives canadians 3-3 tie St. Michael s Rifle team 1964 schedule Bennington Banner thursday january 2, 1964-13 Bouton apr Montreal Wing John Ferguson a candidate for National hockey league Rookie of the year Honoris is Back in town and How. Ferguson a goal late in the third period rallied the canadians to a 3-3 tie with Boston last night. The same contest Cost Jean Beliveau $500. Milt Schmidt about five years in instant aging. 4fi guess i do make a lot of my news in Boston at that a smiled Ferguson afterwards. He has collected five of his 12 goals on Bruins ice. He also once got a severely Cut Finger Here which kept him out of la games. A i just started playing again saturday night a Ferguson added. It did no to take him Long to announce his return to Boston fans. He had been out of the penalty Box just 19 seconds when he slapped in a Claude Provost shot at 12 48 of the finale. Ferguson and Bostons Teddy Green had drawn five minute major penalties for fighting. Beliveau went into the game tied with Chicago a Stan milk la for the league scoring leadership. However big Jean had played 34 games one less than Mikita and if he got a goal or an assist he would have won the $500 which goes with the mid season scoring Lead. But he buy a Point and the Jackpot goes to Mikita on the strength of the most goals 21 to 17, though both have 48 Points. Schmidt was furious Over the fact his Bruins hold a 3-1 Lead which Tommy Williams gave the Home forces at 1 05 of the last period. A we just can to go around blowing two goals leads and sex Pittsburgh and Hershey stand alone onto of Ahl by the associated press f Pittsburgh and Hershey stand All alone at the top of their american hockey league divisions today but not by much. A full slate of games helped loosen the tangled situation at least temporarily a wednesday night. Pittsburgh broke its tie with Cleveland in the Western division by nosing Providence 4-3 in overtime while the Barons were losing to Hershey 3-2. Baltimore which with Providence had been deadlocked with Hershey for the Eastern division Lead lost to Quebec 2-1. Yves Locas the leagues top goal scorer fired Home the win Ning Point for Pittsburgh at 5 25 of the overtime period. Art Stratton the leagues top play a Raker helped set up the goal. Hershey picked an opportune time to win its first game against Cleveland this season. Dave Rikert of Williams places first in nordic Williamstown mass. A freshman Dave Rikert of Williams College took first place in the combined results of the nordic ski meet sponsored by the Lyndon Outing club at Lyndonville vt., on saturday and sunday. Rikert from Middlebury bested a Field of 31 with a winning Point total of 265.8. He outclassed three members of the Williams varsity in the meet which was entered by the Eph skiers on an individual basis in preparation for their first regular team meet Jan. La and 12 at Hanover . Peter Townsend a Williams Junior from Lebanon ., placed fourth with 250.7 Points. Trailing him were senior Dick Gardner of Wayland mass., Captain of the varsity with 235.9, and Sophomore Larry Stone of Salisbury conn., with 213.3. In compiling his top Point total Rikert placed fourth in the Cross country event with a time of 42 minutes 59 seconds. This viewing of to football is new year s tradition by Cynthia Lowry map t ele vision radio writer new York apr Parade and football viewing has became such a new years Day tradition that it is hard to remember what we used to do in tie old pre television Days. Attend eggnog parties and take afternoon naps i guess. A wednesdays tournament of doses Parade was As usual an Eye filling spectacle although i suspect that those who saw it Only in Black and White missed a a it it 80 per cent of the fun. 1 both networks did splendid jobs of covering the Parade. My pc Ronal Choice was Abc mostly because Betty White has done the running commentary so a any times she seems As at sme at her Pasadena Micro one As she is in her own Lichen. Arthur Godfrey her cohost was so impressed with the Parade animals he Sleem to concentrate on anything else. Along with the football games los Angeles open that followed it was All very gala and a Nice Way to Start a new year. De Sullivan during his Quick european trip to tape Belgium a singing nun a Soeur sour ire a doing among other numbers her popular record a Dominique a found himself at the dominican orders Mother House in Waterloo in a heavy Winter fog. After Sulliva. And his Crew had finished taping a number of songs a two with the nuns choir a he asked the Mother Superior of the Convent where he could Send a Check for their Charity work. A if it is possible a replied the nun a would you instead Send a Small jeep to our dominican missionaries in Lulu Bourg. Because of the torrential Rains a jeep with curtains would be most preferred of this is not asking too and of course it will be done. The tape will be seen on sundays de Sullivan hour on lbs. Recommended tonight Victor Borge special Abc 9-10 Eastern Standard time music and comedy program. Launching today employees to school los Angeles apr its los Angeles open season for the 38th year As the nations top golfers gather for the opening tournament of the Money paved Winter Trail. The pros and amateurs launch the event today with a $5,000 pro Amateur swing around the Rancho Golf club As a prelude to the big show the 72-Hole fixture with a purse of $50,000. The familiar name of Arnold Palmer Heads the Roll of Talent on hand As the defending Champion again seeking the $9,000 winners purse. Honolulu apr Dole corporation which produces much of Hawaii a pineapple and has overseas pineapple interests besides is guarding against a ugly americans in its ranks. The company was the first to enrol employees in a University of Hawaii a peace corps a Type program for private businessmen their wives and families. The course lasts two weeks and emphasizes a Dos and done tsp for americans abroad in asian countries. Pet to get anywhere a Schmidt said. A sure a tie is better than a loss but we Haven to won in six games now. The team just Isnit finishing Montreal began cutting into the Boston margin at 4 05 of the finale. Bob Beckett just called up from Providence lost the puck in the Boston zone. The Bobby Rousseau goal which resulted had its direction changed by the skate of a teammate according to Bruins goalie de Johnston. A too Loose defensive coverage on Provost enabled him to get the shot away and Ferguson steered it in for the tying Marker. Dean Prentice and Orland Kurtenbach scored for Boston in the first period Gilles Tremblay clicking for the visitors in the opener. Winooski Park a St. Michael a College varsity Rifle team will oppose five colleges from four states during 1964. The schedule for january and february is Jan. 18 a Colby College Waterville me., away feb. I a Dartmouth College North and South workouts for bowl Mobile Ala. Apr two workouts were planned for both the North and South teams today in preparation for saturdays senior bowl football clash. Both coach George Wilson of the North and South Tutor Tom Landry said their squads would be bolstered by the arrival of players who participated in new years Day bowl games. The Yankees elected Boston College quarterback Jack con Cannon and holy Cross Center Jon Morris As their co captains. The election wednesday followed a 10-minute head knocking pass Protection Drill. Hanover . Feb. 8 a Norwich University Northfield it. Feb. 28 a Massachusetts Institute o f technology Cambridge mass., away feb. 29 a Nasson College Springvale me., away. In a pre Holiday match Tho knights topped Bowdoin College 1353 to 1342. High shooters for St. Michael a College in that match were Dave a Ravel Burlington it. Robert Hladik Johnstown . And Fred speckels Seaford , All three shot a 272 of a possible 300. Joseph Gull Foyle port Washington ., hit 271. Coach Chet Paul said that he expects to have a Good season in his first year. The knights have thir own Range in Ryan Hall. Nil standings san Diego chargers patriots plan strategy for Al title Chicago Montreal Toronto Detroit new York Boston w l t pts 20 9 7 47 18 to 7 43 18 to 6 42 12 16 6 30 9 20 6 24 7 19 8 22 san Diego Calif. Apr the san Diego chargers feel they now have the offensive balance to win the american football league title sunday after two futile tries. They were beaten by the Houston oilers in 1960 and 1961. Dallas now Kansas City Defeated Houston for the Crown last year. San Diego a coach Sid Gillman wants to establish a solid running game to compliment the passing of Tobin Rote. Running for the chargers Means Paul Lowe and Keith Lincoln. Lowe was stopped cold by Boston in two previous games this year even though the chargers took both 17-13 and 7-6. But Paul believes he can change that. A a in be got it figured out now and i expect to pile up Bostons Middle linebacker Nick Buoniconto answered a i think we be got Paul a number. Tell him we re All going to be keying on san Diego leads the league in Rushing and total offence and is third in passing offence. The patriots Pace the league in Rushing defense and total defense. Gillman says a we have to run to Boston coach Mike hol Ovak replies a they Arentt going to the record bears him out. Not Many clubs have been Able to run against Bostons blitzing knifing defense. If the chargers can run against the patriots then the deadly passing combination of Tobin Rote to flanker Lance Ai Worth will become More effective. Comments Holovak a we respect Rote of course. But we think we can handle Rote is the leagues passing Champion. Hardin lost two bowl games Dallas apr at the banquet following the Cotton bowl game Wayne Hardin was introduced As a the Only Navy coach who Ever has beaten army five the red haired Hardin smiled and said a a done to forget that Navy has Only lost two bowl games in history and i was the coach both goals in the first two minutes by Mike Nykoluk and Pete con Acher got the bears off to a fast Start. Keith Mcgreary a second period score turned out to be the winning Point. Quebec a Triumph enabled the aces to vault from fourth place to second one Point behind Hershey and one ahead of Baltimore and Providence. Wayne Hicks and Terry Gray scored for Quebec while Veteran goalie Gump Worsley held off Baltimore except for Dave Creighton a goal in the second period. In a game Between the leagues cellar clubs Buffalo whipped Springfield 5-1 before the smallest Buffalo crowd in at least a decade. Cesare Manigao the bosons standby goalie made 22 saves As he stymied Tolfe Springfield offence. A heavy Snow storm helped hold the crowd to 1,028. No games Are scheduled for tonight. Was one minute 58 seconds off the winning Pace set by Dartmouth sed Williams. Williams an olympic Prospect had just returned from tryouts at Stout Springs ore., where he billed to make the team. Rikert placed seventh in the jumping with leaps of 90 and 86 feet. Brian Beattie of Dartmouth won this event with jumps of 98 and 94 feet. Gardner of Williams had jumps of 85 and 82 feet and placed 12th. Townsend placed 13th and Stone 25th. Williams coach Ralph Townsend said he was highly pleased with the results of the meet which he Felt was helpful from a training standpoint. Team totals were not a Factor in this meet. Top event of the Eph season will be the Williams Winter carnival feb. 28 and 29 when the Eastern intercollegiate ski association championships will take place on the colleges ski area on Berlin Mountain. Is \ fed. Lean and tender. Deliciously Good eating. Loin end pork roast Conter Cut pork chops Hamburg 100% All beef rib end roast Reb a White Franks a 59 super duper buys Are better in 4 Iii a cd 16 of. Can 16 of. Can i Csc. Beans Law. Franck Cit wit Corn . Cream or whole Kernel friends yellow Eye Beans beets a s w. Sliced 2 19 16 of. Can juicei�?o2 pineapples gleem fresh Garden spinach pkg. 214" minimum 3 la. Bag Mac apples39t save 19$ new years specials new year. Amp w. 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