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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 19, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner Friday july 19, 1963, make up games could be vital Palmer player Griffith Mims at spa even the spectators fell in the pea the temperatures soared to the 100-degree Mark at the pea championship in Dallas thursday and an unidentified Golf Follower was felled by the heat and Given first Aid. The heat also bothered some of the golfers while others had Only their clubs get hot. A photo Field is close lie Hind Hart takes Early pea Lead with five under Par 66 Dallas Tex. Apr no less an authority than Arnold Palmer thinks the Early worm will get the Birdie at the Dallas athletic club course today which could mean lumps ahead for upstart Dick Hart and smooth sailing for Julius Boros in the second round of the professional golfers association championship. A Julius is in a perfect position with that 69,�?� Palmer said after his opening round 74�?marked by four three putt greens a dropped the 4-1 favorite eight strokes behind the 27-year-old Hart s Brilliant 66 thursday. A the was about the Only late starter who survived those greens after they got All chopped up by the traffic a Palmer said. A the has a Nice Early starting time for the second round and the greens ought to give him a much smoother Only Tony Lerna among those figured to stay in Contention also played Well As a late starter in the huge 167-player Field that opened the 72-Hole medal play Jay court semifinals on River Forest 111. Apr a girl who Learned Tennis from her father and another who picked it up in Public Parks Square off today in the semifinals of the National Clay court tournament. Nancy Richey 20, of Dallas was tutored for 12 years by her professional father George Judy Alvarez 20-year-old Tampa Fla., University physical education major who took up Tennis in Public Parks five years ago after starring As a softball Pitcher upset America s no. I Ace Darlene hard of los Angeles 8-6, 6-2. In Friday s menus semifinals defending Champion and Wimbledon King Chuck Mckinley meets unseeded Herbert Fitzgibbon 21-year-old Princeton student from Garden City . New from Rah r u Hysi h i Mere 350, 35 horsepower 2 Cylinder. In line Mercury a most powerful two new super Magneto Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned after and infer Quot changeable with powerful Mac 1000. Options electric starting Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for skiing fishing . Runabouts work boats House cats Pontoon Boa s barges and general Utility. Bennington garage corp. Main Strait Bennington scramble at the heat seared Dallas athletic club course. Tony shot a one under Par 70 on the 7,046-Yard,Par 36-35�?71 layout despite a double bogey five at the 16th. It was on the 16th, a 216-Yard, Par 3 test with a Small Pond snuggling up close to the Green that Hart made the most spectacular shot of a first round in which eagles were almost routine and birdies came by the Carload on several holes. Hart an assistant pro at the Hinsdale 111., Golf club was three under Par As he stood at the 16th. He pulled out a four Iron and one swing of the club later he was five under. His beautifully hit shot struck a few feet Short of the Hole and trickled straight into the cup for Only the second a Mode Gatineau eliminated Alex Mahar survives Ait in Vermont Amateur tourney Springfield a Alex Mahar of Bennington retained his position in the championship flight of the Vermont state Amateur Golf tournament Here thursday. Twenty four golfers were eliminated from the championship flight cutting the division to eight players. Jack Carmody or. And Craig Galipeau of Bennington were beaten in thursday s play. Carmody was Defeated 3 and 2 by Don mat Tison in a match that surprised Many of the spectators. Mahar plays Veteran Clifton Kiki Price today. Price has won the tournament four times but Mahar is reported to be playing some of the Best Golf in the championship and has won both his matches Long before the 18th Hole. Despite showers in the morning the heat again bothered the players. In the evening a heavy downpour helped the Rock hard fairways. Many of the top golfers failed to survive thursdays play including medallists Morty Kaufman Burlington de Keating Mike Tolaro Bob Ratti and All of the Burlington Mccullough cup team. Confident us. Track team advances on Lenin stadium Moscow apr with their Bridges across the Moscow River burned behind them the american track and Field team advances on giant Lenin stadium saturday and sunday aiming for its greatest Victory in the series against the soviet squad. The coach Payton Jordan of Stanford and the athletes themselves have systematically demolished any excuses they might need after the meet. A no injuries no ailments a said Jordan. A we Are ready to Roll. And this team is so powerful it scares me the athletes Are oozing Confidence. Broad jumper Ralph Boston is an example. The Tennessee state Long leaper flatly predicts that both he and Darrell Horn of Pilot Rock ore., will trim the soviet world record Holder Igor Ter Ovanesyan. Jim Beatty the los Angeles distance Star who reinsured his right leg wednesday and feared he run appears ready in the 1,500. A i did no to come All this Way to watch a he said. Officially the meets Are segregated by sexes. The american men have always won As have the soviet girls. Last year at Palo Alto the menus score was 128-107�?highest . Point total to Date and the women a 66-41, with the soviets ahead. A crowd of 100,000 is expected at Lenin stadium both Days. Co clings to slim Lead with one game remaining with one Day of regular scheduled play remaining in the interstate league co of Bennington holds a slim Lead Over Arlington with Luries of Hoosick Falls ., breathing hot on their necks. The scramble could get tighter since there Are two make up games to be played a and Luries is involved in one. But of co can win monday in North Bennington they will Clinch the league title no matter what Arlington or Luries do. If North Bennington is Able to play the spoiler role the scramble is on. The regular slate monday is co at North Bennington Lur giants continue to sink alumni Field and Hoosick Falls to ies at elks Arlington in play kiwanis. North Bennington has makeup games with the two Hoosick Falls clubs Luries and Kiwan is both in the new York Village. Arlington and Luries thus have a Chance to tie co if co loses to North Bennington monday. The standings top boxing and Golf stars part of Saratoga Centennial won lost pct co 7 2 .778 Arlington 6 3 .667 Luries 5 3 .625 North Benn. 3 4 .429 elks 3 6 .333 kiwanis i 7 .125 Saratoga Springs .-�? Emile Griffith Only Man Ever to lose and regain the world s welterweight championship twice will face Veteran Holly Mims in a ten round overweight bout Augustio at convention Hall in Saratoga Springs. The event billed As the a fight of the week Quot will be seen Over nation wide to and is part of the Saratoga thoroughbred racing Centennial program. Golf s a Golden boy Quot Arnold Palmer and personable Gary player from Johannesburg South Africa will also appear As part of the Centennial s Calendar of key to dodger Success Koufax Drysdale not Johnny Podres Hole in one in modern pea history. His fantastic 66, Only one stroke off the course record gave him a three stroke Lead Over Boros the 1963 National open Champion masters Champion Jack Nicklaus British open Champion Bob Charles Mason Rudolph and Shelley Mayfield now a club pro at Dallas Brook hollow country club. Each of the five fired a 69 but All except Boros and Mayfield started play Early in the Dawn to dark firing. Of those at 70, Earl Stewart Doug Ford and Bernie Haas of Pittsburgh had the Benefit of the greens that weren to heavily tracked. Bruce Cranston Lerna and Chuck Congdon 50, of Tacoma got their 70s in the afternoon. By the associated press it is generally acknowledged that Sandy Koufax has been consistently sensational Don Drysdale has been sporadically spectacular and Ron Perranoski has been absolutely Superb. But the key Pitcher in the los Angeles dodgers quest for their first National league Pennant since 1959 is Southpaw Johnny Podres the elder statesman of the staff. The author of this Sage observation is no less an authority than Alvin dark manager of san Francisco a defending Champion giants who today found themselves looking up at the run away dodgers from a fourth place position eight full games below. It happened during the All Star break. The giants were then in second place just three games behind the dodgers. A the National league race will go right Down to the wire again unless Podres stays hot a dark commented. A but if he keeps on pitching like he has lately it will be awfully Tough to catch in the past eight Days Podres has added three victories extending his winning Streak to five in a Row for an Over All 9-6 record. His performance thursday night in the dodgers 10-5 Triumph Over Pittsburgh was not As impeccable As were his other victories during the Streak. But he allowed Only one run until Roberto Clemente tagged him for a two run Homer in the seventh inning. By that time the dodgers had built up a 10-3 Lead and virtually were assured of protecting their 6/2-game margin Over the runner up Chicago cubs who earlier had beaten the Milwaukee braves 3-2. Cincinnati Defeated St. Louis 6-3 to drop the third place cardinals a game behind the cubs. San Francisco Clung to its one game Edge Over the fifth place reds by coming from behind to nip the new York mets 6-5 and Philadelphia trounced Houston 5-1. Maury wills Back in his most valuable player form of last year drove in four runs with a single and double. The dodgers hammered loser Earl Francis and four relievers for 14 hits but actually it was five unearned runs in a big sixth inning that proved to be the difference. What a Relief Radatz Dailey and Miller Lead Boston twin orioles to wins by the associated press Dick Radatz is a huge Bruiser who overpowers the batters with his Speed and strength. Bill Dailey is who deceives the batters with his sneaky sidearm deliveries. And Stu Miller is a slender Veteran who tantalize the batters a Fath some of the slowest pitches Ever seen. They done to look alike and they done to work alike but they rate alike in the upper Echelon of american league Relief pitchers. Each gave another Strong performance thursday in victories for Boston Minnesota and Baltimore. Radatz ran his record to a remarkable 11-1 with two scoreless innings As the red sox thumped the Kansas City athletics 10-6. Dailey held new York witless Over the last three innings in the twins 9-3 rout of the front running Yankees. And Miller won at Detroit 8-6, on Joe Gaines 11th-inning Pinch double in the Only other game on the league schedule. Radatz received credit for the Victory at Kansas City with his two inning stint in which he gave up one single and one walk. Bilt a in ame pros take a backseat in women a open Cincinnati apr a girl with an ailing Back and one who weighs in at Only 95 pounds led the Field today into the second round of the 1963 women a National open Golf tournament. They Are Mary Mills a 23-year-old blonde from Gulf Hills miss., and Clifford Ann Creed a tiny 24-year-old Brunette from Alexandria la. Each had a 2-under a 71 thursday Over the Kenwood country clubs 6,444 Yards of Hilly terrain. Far Back in the Field and threatened with elimination after today a round was defending Champion mrs. Murle Lindstrom of Sutton mass. Mrs. Lindstrom who Hasni to been playing regularly had a 10-Over-Par 83. It appeared it would take a two Day total of around 161 to survive the Halfway Mark Cut in the Field. Only the 40 Low scorers and ties will be eligible for saturdays final 36 holes. The tournament with a $9,000 purse will pay $2,000 to the Winner. For the most part the big name pros among the golfing gals will have their work Cut out for them. Most of them were four strokes or More off the Pace. Two exceptions were Ruth jes sen of Bonsall calif., and Louise Suggs of Delray Beach Fla. They along with wisecracking Judy Kimball of Sioux City Iowa were Only one stroke behind with 72 s. Miss Mills who says she is a considered a Long hitter hit 15 of the 18 greens in regulation figures but she Hasni to been playing much because of an ailment in the lower Lumbar Region of her Back. A i still can to get the leverage i should have on my swing a she said. The red sox rushed ahead with four runs in the first against de Rakow and scored three More in the fourth off Rookie Dale Willis. But the a a scrapped Back against Chet Nichols and Jack Lam Abe with a spurt of extra base hits including two homers by Norm Siebern and it was 7-6 after six. Carl Yastrzemski and roman Mejias gave Radatz More of a Cushion with homers in the ninth. Dailey protected right hander Camilo Pascualy a first Victory since june 12 by holding the yanks witless the last three innings and Rich Rollins made it a Romp for the twins with a two run Homer in the seventh and a three run double in the eighth. Miller a wheelhorse who has pitched in 43 of the orioles 96 games evened his record at 4-4 with the Ai a of key hitting by John Orsono and Gaines. The tigers raked Mike Mccormick and Dick Hall for a 5-0 Lead in the first three innings. Baltimore pecked away for a tie then Billy Bruton tripled in a run off Miller in the last of the eighth for a 6-5 Detroit Edge. But Orsino homered in the ninth Knotting the score again. Gaines socked his two run Pinch double batting for Miller in the Lith and George Brunet held off the tigers in their last turn at Bat. Rookie Bill Faul was the loser. National league american league l. A. 58 35 .624 a Chicago 51 41 .554 6l/2 St. Louis 51 43 .543 71/2 san fran. 51 44 .537 8 Cincinnati 50 45 .526 9 Pittsburgh 47 46 .505 la Milwaukee 46 46 .505 la Pella. 47 47 .500 hv2 Houston 36 61 .371 24 new York 32 62 .340 26v2 Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 new York 55 34 .618 a Chicago 51 41 .554 51/2 Boston 50 41 .549 6 Minnesota 50 42 .543 6v2 Baltimore 52 44 .542 6v2 Cleveland 46 47 .495 la los Angeles 46 50 .479 i2v2 Kansas City 40 51 .440 16 Detroit 37 51 .420 17v2 Washington 33 59 .359 231/2 Cassius Clay and Sonny Liston meet at the training Camp for discussion Las vegas Nev. Apr it appears you can take or leave Cassius Clay but you can to get rid of him. Heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston agreed to this today after an unscheduled and quite unsolicited visit by capricious Cassius to the Liston training Camp thursday. If nothing else it did offer some comedy Relief from the bore of routine training As Liston and sex Champion Floyd Patterson neared the end of the grind for monday nights title rematch. Cassius spent a better part of an hour heckling the awesome champs from a Safe distance of course. Sonny for the most part took it in half amusement mixed with other detachments. At one Point Cassius and Liston flexed their Muscles in a threatening gesture at close Range and some of the More Gullible thought they might actually come to blows. But a Liston handler stepped in and pushed them Back with the same labor it would take to separate a pair of wet towels on a clothesline. Thus far Cassius has t annoyed Patterson. Liston a manager Jack Nilon disclosed that negotiations for a Sonny Cassius title fight have gone so far As to pin Down a possible site and Date new York sept. 28. This is naturally dependent on the 4-1 favorite Liston whipping Floyd. New York 6, san Francisco 5 Philadelphia 5, Houston i los Angeles to Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 3 today a games new York at Philadelphia n Chicago at Pittsburgh n Houston at St. Louis n los Angeles at Milwaukee n san Francisco at Cincinnati n saturdays games Houston at St. Louis n new York at Philadelphia Chicago at Pittsburgh los Angeles at Milwaukee san Francisco at Cincinnati n thursdays results Baltimore 8, Detroit 6 la innings Minnesota 9, new York 3 Boston to Kansas City 6 n today a games Cleveland at new York n Blat More at Kansas City n Washington at Minnesota n Boston at Chicago n Detroit at los Angeles n saturday s games Detroit at los Angeles n Baltimore at Kansas City n Washington at Minnesota Boston at Chicago Cleveland at new York events in a Centennial Golf exhibition on sunday August la. The exhibition at 1 30 . Will be held on the Saratoga spa state Park s new 18-Hole championship course open this year. Both top golfers vying with each other in Many top tournaments in the country Are expected to draw a capacity crowd to the Saratoga course. Rated by spa officials As the swing est spot since Emil Ploub invented the two Iron the new spa course is described by experts As a a real Challenge a by duffers As a wow Quot and by tycoons As a a great place to do Griffith perhaps the most controversial fighter in the world lost his championship to the late Benny a a kids Paret then won it Back in a bloody fight that claimed Paret s life touching off a nation wide investigation of the sport. On March 21 of this year Griffith lost his Crown a second time to Luis Rodriguez in a disputed decision in los Angeles. He regained it last month in Madison Square Garden but this decision too was hotly disputed. Mims a middleweight who has been fighting the Cream of his division for years last appeared on to against hard punching Rubin Hurricane Carter in december and after rocking the knockout artist Early dropped. A split decision. Mims has beaten such names As George Ben ton Henry Hank Ike White Jimmy Ellis and spider Webb. According to Harry Markson chairman of Madison Square Garden boxing Mims was picked for Griffith for his Fine showing against Carter. The 33-year-old Mims with a 55-22-5 record has never been knocked out. This will be his first 1963 bout. Griffith has fought three times this year and has won 35 out of 39 fights in All scoring 13 no s. The bout will be televised via Abc at to . On Augustio from convention Hall. Promoters of the fight Are Irving Cohen and Samuel Gray of Madison Square Garden. Arrangements to have the a fight of the week transferred to Saratoga were made through Dan Dowd and Harry Cohan Deputy state athletic commissioners. Robert d Andrea is promotion chairman for the Saratoga thoroughbred racing Centennial. Myca water carnival scheduled for aug. 2 the 1963 water carnival will be held at the Bennington area Myca Pool at 2 . Saturday August 3, Whitney Dickey general chairman announced today. Youths of area swimming places invited to participate in the event include those from the Myca Pool Lake paran Tan Sitor Pool the country club Pool and any other swimmers in the area. A program of nine separate events is under the direction of Anita Caswell and Tom Butterfield. Various scheduled meets include a pollywog race for children under 5 years old 25-foot swim for boys and girls of Ages 8 to to and la to 13 boys 30-Yard freestyle Ages la to 13 and 14 to 16 girls 30-Yard freestyle Ages la to 13 and 14 to 16 the Tennis Ball push Ages 14 to 16 relay race of 4 Man teams Ages la to 13, 14 to 16 Medley relay races two boys and two girls backstroke freestyle breast stroke freestyle Ages la to 13 and 14 to 16 a diving contest consisting of three dives front Back and optional and an underwater swim which is open class. The water carnival which has was English Derby Winner Given dope London apr British racing authorities called a top level investigation today of sensational charges that Relko the stroll Home Winner of the English Derby was Given a powerful Booster dope. Racing sources said the inquiry will be staged in London next wednesday and that Relko a French Trainer Francois Mathew has agreed to attend. The jockey club Blue blooded dictators of the British turf refused any comment on the affair. This was taken by the sporting life Britain s leading turf daily As tacit admission that Relko was Pepper up. The paper added a the effrontery of the doers now has reached its ultimate Zenith they have been Able to get at the Derby Relko rated the Best 3-Year�old in Europe walked off with the Epsom Derby May 29 by a Long six lengths. Exactly a month later he went to the Gate in the $140,000 dollars Irish Derby at the Curranh As the 2-1 favorite. Seconds before the Start of the race he was found to be lame and was withdrawn. In both cases saliva swabs were taken for analysis to detect any doping. Minor league results International league Columbus to Arkansas 9 Atlanta 4-4, Buffalo 1-5 Indianapolis 6, Jacksonville 2 Toronto 5, Rochester 2 Richmond 4, Syracuse i drawn Large crowds in past years should be even More popular this year because of the selection of the Date in August. In addition to the various competitive events other special events will be held during the afternoon. Other committee members working on the program include traffic control Harry Eddington refreshments j. Philip Hall judges and awards Allen evens communications Jack Lowre publicity Robert Stout and promotion John Riddle. Entry forms for the event May be secured at the Myca building or at any of the pools in the area. Completed entry forms must be brought or mailed to the Myca by july 26. In Case of poor weather on August 3, the event will be held on sunday August 4. £53 a Zzz mag now open daily , it. Where Santa Claut and hit Reindeer spend the Tummer 20 acres of fun for the children min. Rr., roller Cottiers 18 attraction. U. S s interstate 91 Putney exit kiss i eclipse Sale 2 big Days lift july 19 amp 20 on our record breaking a nobler a l is spectacular rambler buys As Low As $45.82 a Williams a Bugbee 945 e. Main St. Bennington ladies swim suit Sale were 819.95 815.95 Adams clothes a shoes too $15. Is $12.85 shop free parking in rear of store

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