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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 6, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Shonn in Clon Milliner. Wednesday july 6, 1066 familiar pattern begins As Chance stops tigers in i l l i i is / a sports la Rifer Dean Chance a devotee of horror movies is ready to Chance into or. Hyde again alter the All Star break. Chance has grown impatient with his kindly or. Jekyll Roll which he has played so convincingly from april to the Middle of july for the past three seasons. His transformation changes him from a pitching Pushover to the terror of the american league. Junior circuit batters first noticed the transformation in posting no. 7 tuesday night by the California pitching Ace in beating the Detroit tigers 4-3. 1964, when Chance won the by Quot its a shame i did no twin More Young award. Only 5-5 on july 6, Chance collected 15 More Chance out dueling All Star victories after the All Star break. When Chance won 15 games last season nine of them were recorded during the second half of the Campaign. Only 7-9 this year Chance is predicting at least to More triumphs after the break. A i m sure ill wind up with 17 or 18 wins a a Chance said after in Ive All Star cookies on Junior circuit staff record through the first half of this season Are repeaters from last years american league Boston Chi a eight pitch All Star squad. Mcdowell was by Dirk Dew i pm sports w Rifer ers five of whom Are null Star game rookies were named today by american league manager Sam Mele to his Mound staff for the annual All Star game against the National league at St. Louis next tuesday. Charged with his leagues fourth loss in the last five All Star games while working in Relief and Richert pitched two innings of scoreless Relief a year ago but Stottlemyre did not appear in the game. Just two others among the the eight Man staff com eight ranking american league posed equally of right handers pitchers have won previous and southpaws was headed by reelection to the All Star squad ranking american league win Bell pitched a total of three Ner Denny Mclain of Detroit innings and had a 6.00 earned and included cle1.eland�?Ts Sam run average in the two 1960 Mcdowell and Gary Bell Jim games while Kaat was named Kaat of Minnesota Mel Stottle to the squad in 1962 though he Myre of new York Pete did not see action. Richert of Washington Steve in picking two members of barter of Baltimore and Jim the Indian staff and one each Hunter of Kansas City. An from the front running orioles nou Cement of All Star Mana tigers Yankees senators ath Ger melees pitching selections Fetics and his own twins Mele was made by the office of choose a staff that ranges in american league president Joe age from Hunters 20 years to Cronin. The Veteran Belles 29 but which Quot sudden same Mcdowell averages under 25 years to currently 6-2, Richert 8-8 with make it one of the youngest the the ninth place senators and Stottlemyre who has a 7-9 Martel ii fans 17 Iii Kiu Anis North Bennington a Joe Martell threw a 17-strike out two hitter in Hoosick Falls kiwanis 2-0 win Over Bennington co tuesday. The teams met to make up an interstate league contest originally scheduled for last week. Cyous two hits came off the bats of John Leray in the second and Keith Lebarron in the third. Losing Pitcher Steve Lebarron gave up Only three hits and struck out seven batters. Kiwanis too 010 0 2 3 0 co too too 0 0 2 4 Martell and Durkin s. Lebarron and Rice. American league had employed in recent seasons. Mclain with a 12-3 record is the leagues top Winner while Barbera a 9-2 Midway record in addition to being the test Start in his seven season major league career is the top percentage Pace on melees staff. Bell currently is 8-4 while Rookie Hunter is 8-6 and Kaat 10-6. Pitcher Jenny Mclain 12-4hurled one hit Ball through four innings during which he complained of a bad headache caused by his Quot sinus or a horror movie i watched this As soon As the headache got better chances hurling got worse. He gave up four hits including a seventh inning two run Homer by Jim Northrup and was lifted in the eighth after walking Dick Mcauliffe. Elsewhere in the circuit Minnesota shaded Cleveland 4-3, Boston clipped new York 7-1 and the Washington Chicago game was called by rain. Chance found batting support tuesday in what first looked like a stroke of bad Luck. Norm Siebern californians no. I first baseman Hurt his ankle running out a single that scored Jose Cardenal in the fourth inning. Siebern was replaced by Joe Adcock who walloped a three run Homer in the fifth inning the 21st allowed by Mclain this season. Harmon Killebrew a sacrifice Fly in the seventh inning broke a 3-3 tie and sent the indians 8l/2 games behind the league leading Baltimore orioles. Cleveland and second place Detroit 71/2 Back both dropped their fourth straight. The twins scored twice in the seventh As Jim Hall Pinch hitting for winning Pitcher Jim Merritt 1-6singled went to second on Zoilo Versalles single and scored the tying run on Ted Uhlaender a double. Rocky colavito slammed a two run Homer and Chuck Hinton a Solo shot for the indians while Tony Oliva hit a Home run for Minnesota. Even though Sandy Koufax is Darrell Brandon who started Halfway to 30 wins Woody his career As an outfielder held Fryman rates As the National the Yankees to six hits in leagues hottest hurler winning his first game of the the dodger wonder was season. George Smith swatted effective when he needed it his sixth Homer of the year tuesday night As he bested with two on in the second Cincinnati a Jim Maloney 1-0 inning and Rico Petrocelli hit a for his 15th Victory but lacked bases empty Homer in the his razor Sharp Edge giving up seventh. Brandon tripled in the to hits and fanning Quot Only ninth and scored on Petroc Ellla a eight single for the final Boston run. Botox face wingless Whitey after 7-1 tuesday win new York up a if the Boston red sox could play consistently the Way they play against the new York Yankees they a be in the first division instead of last place. The red sox tuesday slugged past four new York pitchers on their Way to a 7-1 Victory that pulled the season record of the two clubs to five red sox wins in nine games and three out of the last four. In today s doubleheader Jose Santiago 7-6 and Dave Morehead 1-2 tried to make it five out of six As they faced yanks Whitey Ford pm and Jim Bouton 1-3. Darrell Brandon had help at the plate tuesday from George Smith and Rico Petrocelli in winning his first game of the season against two losses. George Scott s triple and a the final red sox run came to third on a Bobble by Yas in the ninth when Brandon to Zemsky. Tripled and scored on Petroceli Yankee outfielder Roger Maries single his third hit in five is injured his left knee again at bats. When running out an infield hit in the fifth. He was forced to new York s Only run came in leave the game the third when Horace Clark s Talbot was charged with the sacrifice Fly scored Clete boy defeat making his record 6-7 or who had doubled and gone and 3-2 As a Yankee. Santos hit Streak ends regretfully by de Sainsbury up sports writer Chicago up a Ron Santos 28-game hitting Streak longest in the National league walk to George Thomas in the year it ended regretfully but second inning set the stage for without malice. All Star Flinger Mike Frazier of Manchester fires a pitch during the Maple Valley league All Star game played in Manchester sunday. The All stars from Manchester and North Granville n.y., downed the top players from West Rupert and the Arlington generals by a score of 15-4. Frazier went All the Way for the winners. Ringheiser Smith s three run blast off starter Yankee Fred Talbot. The red sox picked up another run in the inning on a single by Mike Ryan a sacrifice by Brandon and a double by Petrocelli. It was stopped by a lanky Lethander with the Pittsburgh pirates and Santo gave the 23-year-old youngster Woodie Fryman full credit. Quot he had Good stuff a a the in the third Boston made to Chi Cage cubs third baseman 5-0 when Carl Yastrzemsky Sinev Sood control. I got led went to third on Scott s f�?z00d chess t0 a Quot a fouled single and scored on a wild k a e f Lime be 00 pitch Chang ups and then with a in the seventh Petrocelli hit Slider on the his 14th Home run one More Santo by Rule interpretation than he had All last season off had his hitting Streak extended reliever Pedro Ramos. Koufax wins no. 15 Fryman throws third shutout As Pittsburg Downs Chicago 6-0 to a club record 28 games before tuesdays match with the pirates. The study of the Rule disclosed that the opener of a double header june i in which he walked four times and was hit by a pitch did not count against the consecutive games hitting break. Thus his record began on May 31, when he went one for three and Fryman ended it. Fryman walked him the first time Santo was at Bat after he had fouled off five pitches got him twice on grounders to third baseman Jose Pagan and finally on an infield Fly. A a in a relaxed a Santo said Quot and ready to Start another Streak there was one major problem in getting the Streak to 28 games the fact that he was hit by a pitched Ball on june 26, suffered a fractured cheekbone requiring surgery and was out of action for a week. A i was worried coming Back a he said. Quot about my timing. Not about hitting or anything. I had a Guy pitch batting practice to me on sunday and i Felt pretty sure my timing was All right. On monday i knew it monday Santo hit three for four in the first game and in the second after failing three times he got a single in his fourth appearance at the plate. By Curt bloc k Chi sports writer at the Start of the 1966 Campaign registered his third straight shutout for the pirates when he blanked Chicago 6-0 on three hits. But even More amazing is that Over the string of 27 zeros Fryman has allowed a total of Only six hits. The Pudgy lefty who played his first game of professional baseball last july did not get his initial starting assignment for Pittsburgh until May 13 and he responded with a shutout surging pirates 1v2 games behind the slumping first place giants. Little league Bennington horse drops dead in Home stretch display 8, Moose 7 triples by winning Pitcher Walt Parmenter and Guy Dunham and 1965 winners repeat in Oak Erwood tourney Over the dodgers. Overall he Fryman a relative unknown has started to times shows doubles by Mert Cross Tom pet seven Complete games and his ant Keith Giroux led the 11 recent string of Goose eggs has hit attack which gave display an As far As the winners and gum and Craig Gall eau found runners up Ere concerned Mon themselves playing the team of Days second annual fourth of Alex Mahar and Frank Bizzaro july tournament at the Oaker to a just As they were in 1965. Wood Golf course was an unusual and just As in the first year repeat of last years event. Of the tourney Mcgurn and Gali in the final round James my Peau came out on top in the championship division of test Ball play. The winners will have their name engraved on a trophy which remains on exhibit at the course. A win in 1967 would entitle them to take the trophy Home. Consolation winners in the championship division were Tom Bushee and Frank Lamphier. The first division was won by the team of Butch Corbett and Jack Carmody or. Francis Corbett and Francis Laroche were runners up and Andre Laroche and Buster Barnhart won the con lowered his earned run average Edge Over Moose tuesday. To a club leading 2.33. Moose now 6-4 for the sea Fryman has teen practically son collected eight hits untouchable the last two weeks. Eagles 5, Moose 0 on june 26, he allowed Philadelphia just three hits and faced Only 29 batters in a 2-0 Victory. Last Friday night he yielded a Lead off infield single to new Yorkus Ron Hunt and then retired the next 27 men in order. Even a 45 minute rain delay failed to Dampen Fryman tuesday As he ran his scoreless inning Streak to 27 and halted Ron Santos hitting skein at 28 games. In other National league action St. Louis Defeated san Francisco 3-1, Atlanta topped Houston 9-4 and Philadelphia teat new York 3-1. The pirates staked Fryman Salem . Up the course struck both prone Lead horse in the second race at horses hurling jockey Rocco Rockingham Park dropped dead Gabriella to the ground. In the Home stretch tuesday Gabriella and Landers were causing two other horses to fall taken to Bon Secours Hospital the three jockeys apparently Methuen mass., for precaution escaped serious injury. Ary a rays. Solarez cancelled his Annex Sark a four year old other scheduled rides. Gelding was a length ahead Tommy slum aboard rite when he suddenly crashed to Stripe avoided the tangle of the ground sending jockey Carl horse flesh and Rode his mount Landers into the air. He rolled to Victory several times and scrambled to the pileup was the second safety. A bizarre event in As Many Days Weston Solarez was unable to at an area track. On monday Pilot solar miss around the a 37-year-old former mental a Mark Rousseau threw a 15 dead horse and she tripped Tient ran onto the track at suf to a pair of unearned runs in solution prize in the division the first inning and added to it j0gg second division winners were in the sixth on Willie Stargell a William and Mike Derosia with single Jose pagans rib Harry Shont and John Labonoski double and Donn Clendenon a finishing in the runner up spot. 12th Homer before the Rains Charles Wilkinson and Robert came in the top of the seventh. Pollock took the Consolation the win Frymann a seventh award. Against three losses left the strike out no hitter sunday while his teammates rolled across five runs for an upset win Over Moose. Rousseau had Good control All the Way walking Only three batters. A double by Wayne Buhl and singles by Rousseau Conrad Parizo and Kim Crawford composed the Eagle offence. Losing Pitcher Dick Brunina struck out six batters. Electronics 6, display 2 doubles by John Hart and Keven Murray and 12-strike out pitching by Hart gave electronics the Edge Over display in the second half of sundays doubleheader. The win was league leading electronics eighth without a too. Soirez went flying but was Folk Downs in Boston. He was out of the path of the action spun around twice As horses hit when he hit. Him but he escaped without in an instant later warriors jury. Pownal results losing Pitcher Guy Durham gave up Only three hits but display Fielding could not contain the electronic team. Tom Petit had two of the four display hits while Keven Murray two years in a Row a Craig Gall eau second from left and James Mcgurn hold the championship division trophy after their win in the second annual fourth of july tournament at the Oak Erwood Golf course monday. Flanking the winners Are the runner up team of Alex Mahar left and Frank Bizzarro. The two teams finished in the same order in last years tournament. Fast. Compact. Portable efficient in just 8 minutes you can Wash rinse and a spin dry 6 pounds of clothes. And use just to Gallons of water to do it. This Hoover goes anywhere on big easy rolling casters. No plumbing required. Has suds Saver too. $ 169 95 Griffin cookie. 473 main Street dial 447-7733 Bennington. It. Ston e to Host Vermont Amateur Stowe up a the Vermont state Amateur Golf championship will be held at the Stowe country club beginning july 13. The first Day of the four Day event will be the qualifying round of 18 holes stroke play with the lowest 32 scores qualifying for the championship fight. The match play starts thursday with the final 36 Hole match for the championship saturday. John Mcdonough of Rutland coordinator of the event said clubs will also compete for the governor Mccullough cup. The 1965 state Amateur Champion John Donnelly of the Burlington country club will not be entered this year but last years runner up Fred Mckight of the St. Johnsbury country club will be playing for the title. Doubled and Mert Cross singled baseball standings first�?6 furlongs�?$1000 Asphalt boy Pasquarello 7.20 4.00 4.60 of blend Gilbert 7.40 5.20 Nathan ask Schwarts 5.00 time�?1 00.4 second�?7 furlongs�?$1000 Siren Zangari 4.00 3.20 3.00 lady Rock Kelly 3.40 3.80 sooty foot Clark 11.40 time�?1 31 Dally double 3-6 $15.80 third�?7 furlongs�?$1000 wlm mss Donahue 13.40 7.80 3.60 Lotta latin Clark 4.60 2.80 Hylls chances Silva 2.80 time�?1 30 fourth�?5 furlongs�?$1000 Dandy Breeze Ernst 4.80 3.40 2.60 Burras Royce Cardella 7.20 4.80 willies Jet Minento 4.40 time�?1 00.2 fifth�?5 furlongs�?$1000 George la Kessler 19.00 8.40 5.00 sure shot Steve Giro 4.20 3.00 Douce win Pelaez 5.00 time�?1 00.4 sixth�?5 furlongs�?$1000 Westerville Mills 5.60 3.60 2.60 nautical fleets Mccracken 5.00 3.00 Al Man do Gino 2.80 time�?1 00.3 seventh�?7 furlongs�?$1000 Bob cat hum Pruden 14.60 8.20 4.60 Happy first Pichette 3.80 3.00 Mystic dancer Donato 4.00 time�?1 28.3 eighth�?171/2 furlongs�?$1100 sir Rascal Cardella 4.20 3.00 2.60 Chic boy Clark 6.60 3.20 Kos san Cousin Donato 2.80 time�?1 36 twin double 2-3-7-6 $1,367.80 ninth�?5 furlongs�?$1000 Tudor Annex Mccracken 24.80 7.80 6.00 Tea tray Pelaez chronometer Green time�?1 00.2 Perfecta 1-6 $159.60 attendance�?2,939 handle�?$168,349 5.60 3.40 4.60 Saratoga results National league w. L. Pct. Go san fran. 50 32 .610 Pittsburgh 47 32 .595 iv2 los Angeles 44 34 .564 4 Philadelphia 44 36 .550 5 Houston 43 38 .531 6v2 St. Louis 38 40 .487 to Cincinnati 36 42 .462 12 Atlanta 38 45 .458 12v2 new York 33 44 .429 14v2 Chicago 24 54 .308 24 tuesdays results Pittsburgh 6 Chicago 0 St. Louis 3 san Francisco i Pella 3 new York i night Atlanta 9 Houston 4, night los Ang i Cincinnati 0, night new general appointed at Wilmington a William a. Palumbo of Wilmington has been appointed general manager for w. L. 55 26 .679 a a a 46 32 .590 71/2 45 33 .577 8v2 43 37 .538 hv2 37 40 .481 16 37 43 .463 171/2 34 42 .447 i8v2 35 44 .443 19 33 47 .413 2b/2 30 51 .370 25 american league Baltimore Detroit Cleveland California Chicago Minnesota new York Kansas City Washington Boston tuesdays results Boston 7 new York i Minn 4 Cleveland 3, night Chi at wash., ppd., wet ends. California 4 Detroit 3, night Only games scheduled manager Haystack the Haystack ski area Herbert Hart president of the area announced today. Palumbo was promoted from assistant general manager in charge of Mountain operations. Before coming to Haystack Palumbo was vice president of John w. Palumbo construction co. Of new Haven Conn. He attended Brown University before joining the construction Arm. Palumbo succeeds John f. Manton who will continue in the capacity of vice president and development manager of Haystack. Manton is returning to new Jersey and his real estate business after a two year direct association with the ski operation. First�?trot�?$650 lord buds Ambo 2.60 2.60 feed lot Poyer 3.80 3.20 2.80 doctor Vernon Heeney 3.60 Wyn Crest Joan Chase 7.60 3.20 time�?2 06.4 miss emmy loud Gregory 6.60 sixth�?pace�?$900 time�?2 09.2 Marlon e Volos Poyser second�?pace�?$600 10.20 4.60 3.00 Alice Haven Labombard Connors Hanover Heeney 3.60 3.00 10.20 5.60 3.40 fabric Chase 4.40 Kern Huff 4.60 3.60 time�?2 08 babe champs Lefebvre 26.60 High th�?pace�?$700 time�?2 12 masquerades tips Tingley daily double 6-6 $26.00 6.60 3.00 3.80 third�?pace�?$600 Albert Blake 3.00 2.60 Blythe spirit Stoker Bonny Brooks Dunn 7.40 11.00 4.60 3.80 time�?2 06.1 Green it. My race Coppola 6.80 5.00 ninth�?pace�?$900 sch amp Lmonte Gerguson 10.00 5.80 4.00 Tressa cd Lamb 5.20 Success Adios Olin 14.00 5.40 time�?2 08.1 Lena pro Desantis 5.00 fourth�?trot�?$4500 time�?2 06.3 Lizzie Tisha Labombard tenth�?pace�?$600 30.80 8.60 5.00 Wayne Sun Davis 8.00 4.00 4.20 be Hasanee current 4.40 3.00 poor Johnnie Arthurs 3.40 3.40 idler Dell Fanelly 4.60 go East Coppola 6.20 time�?2 07.2 time�?2 10.3 fifth�?pace�?$700 attendance�?3,256 handle�?$174,811 Morton we Lamb 8.20 3.20 2.80 leonards meats prime ribs our specially aged sirloin amp porterhouse steaks 506 main St. Dial 442-457 i

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