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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner saturday july 20, 1963 i to r re to i r things look Good for american High Hopes Jot Veteran Little leagues in track Field meet is. Soviets As Bennington prepares for tournament with a Veteran squad and a Veteran manager Hopes Are High among the Bennington Little league All stars and their followers. Gerry Croff eagles Mentor will handle the boys As he did last year. Croff has five lads returning with experience from the 1962 Little league tournament plus nine players on the squad for the first time. Eagle coach Barlow Thomas will assist Croff with the team. A a we be got the potential this year a Croff remarked before a practice thursday evening a and we have plenty of Power. A nearly every boy on this club has Good Power and their attitude is Good. This could be the Bennington has drawn the Brattleboro Little league All stars for the third year in a Row and the Orga towners always Field a Strong team with a Large number of boys to choose from. Bennington will play Brattleboro at 6 . Friday july 26 at the Arlington Little league Field. The no Shaft Arlington All stars will meet Ludlow saturday afternoon in Arlington. The winners of both games will travel to Burlington for the final rounds of play. Three of the returning boys for the Bennington team May see action on the Mound a Steve Lebarron Gregory Croff and Scott Racicot. Jimmy Shoemaker is another candidate for the pitching chores. Light rain pelted Down and the infield was slow the baseball Slimy yet As Croff slapped grounders to the infield the boys responded with sure hands and Strong arms. A the boys Are All Good size this year a league president Ted Sausville commented from the sidelines a and they seem to posess Confidence and the right spirit. This May be the the boys listened attentively As Croff snapped instructions and reminded them of the Little things that so often make the difference Between winning and losing a Ball game. But even though the team ran smoothly through the drills with serious intent and focused their attention on every word of their manager they did not lose their Youthful merriment perhaps a sign that tournament tension will not freeze their gloves nor still their bats. But the boys can to do it All on their own or even with the help of the managers and coaches. They need the assistance of the townspeople As Well a both in spirit and financially. Beginning this weekend the Little leagues will go from door to door Selling Little league decals. Everyone should be proud to have one on their car or window. Arlington no ins Over Manchester All Star team Arlington a the Arlington baseball team of the interstate league topped an All Star squad from Manchester Here Friday evening 7-2, with a six run outburst in the fourth inning. Before a Large and enthusiastic crowd Manchester pushed across one run and held the slim Lead until the Bottom of the fourth. Then starting Pitcher Kayatta of Manchester lost his control and Arlington managed to Sandwich enough hits with the walks to score six times. Ken Clayton on the Mound for Arlington took advantage of the Lead and allowed Manchester Only one More tally. Arlington also picked up another for the 7-2 Victory. Next Friday the teams will meet again on the Manchester Field. Bennington Little league All stars the team which will represent Bennington in the Vermont Little league tournament next weekend is front Row from left Richard Pinsonneault Gregory Croff Ricky Burgess fran Maynard Pete Handy John Woodward Back Row from left manager Gerry Croff Alan Hollister Jimmy Shoemaker Chris Christie Steve Lebarron Billy Leonard Scott Racicot and assistant manager Barlow Thomas. Missing when the picture was taken were Richard Cutler and Mike Silver. Staff photo a read Bennington physical education teacher is author of Booklet explaining fencing by Michael Goodkind gym teachers May once have been thought of As muscle bound Narcissuss who sneered at a a brains who read books but a Bennington physical education instructor has disproved this image by not Only Reading but also authoring his own Book. A Safe fencing simplified is the title of a 20-Page Booklet written and illustrated by Thomas f. Butterfield ii director of elementary physical education for the Bennington graded school District. Published by a e. Austin amp son of Bellmore ., and printed by River Road press of North Bennington the Booklet released wednesday will be distributed nationally by the Safe fencing foil co., manufacturers of a poly Ethelene rubber tipped foil for use by youngsters. The guide introduces teachers to methods and benefits of teaching fencing in their physical education programs. River Road press owned by Kendall Rich a Bennington High school Driver training instructor has initially printed 250 copies. Butterfield who took his first teaching assignment Here last fall was introduced to the Safe fencing foil by John k. Stafford its inventor and president of the firm which manufactured it. He is a brother in Law of miss Martha Carver a retired Bennington teacher. Using fencing As a part of his physical education program but Alex Mahar beats Kiki Price in Vermont Amateur. Loses to Lewis Springfield a after shooting a hot round Friday morning in the Vermont state Amateur Golf tournament to Best fou time Winner Clifton Kiki Price 2 and i Bennington Salex Mahar was eliminated in the afternoon by Ken Lewis 4 and 3. Lewis is playing Over his Home course on the Crown Point country club links Here and will enter the final in the championship flight today against Fred Mcknight of St. Johnsbury Over 36 holes. Mahar said he Felt real Good in the morning round against Price but had no excuses for the loss to Lewis. A maybe i played just too much Golf for one Day a the Young Bennington golfer remarked. Mahar commented that the Crown Point course was one of the Best in the state despite the hard surfaced fairways caused by Lack of moisture. He said the scattered rain was not enough to really help the course. Hart holds 3-stroke Lead in pc favourites falter Dallas apr dark horse Dick Hart the expectant Young father waiting for the Telephone to ring overcame steamy heat and mounting pressure Friday. To extend his Lead in the professional golfers association Cham Pion ship with a four under Par 36-Hole score of 66-72�?138. The games greatest champions wilted in a Day of scorching 100-degree heat clusters of bogeys and withdrawals at the 7,046-Yard, Par 71 Dallas athletic club course. Defending Champion Gary player of South Africa his driving Beer by 1/4 amp 1/2 barrels with tap fresh picked Corn 6 for 59 fresh clams Doz. 45 Cai fms a super 9 m or in i 9 Market mid year midyear Sale Adams clothes shop Quot shoes too Erfe parking in rear of store wild and his putting cold blew himself out of Contention with a 74.75�?149. Arnold Palmer the sports outstanding Gate attraction and no. I favorite failed to snap a tenacious slump in shooting a second round 73 for 147�? nine shots Back of the unshakeable Young pacesetter. Going into saturdays third round with the Field reduced to the Low 75 players and ties the 27-year-old Hart had a three stroke advantage Over . Open Champion Julius Boros Tony Lerna and Shelley Mayfield. Another stroke Back at 142 were masters Champion Jack Nicklaus Doug Ford. 1955 pea Champion and a transplanted spaniard Miguel de la Torre of Milwaukee. The dry heat was so searing that former open Champion Jack Fleck Don Fairfield and Jim Ferree quit Midway in the second round. A i would like to go somewhere and hide for three weeks a said Palmer the All time leading Money Winner seeking the Only major title he has not won. A i am tired hot and disgusted with Hart a shy Good looking Young Man whose wife is Back in Hinsdale 111. Momentarily expecting their second child refused to be upset by the scorching Sun or the blistering pressure from the games name stars. Starting with a three stroke Lead after firing a sensational opening round 66�? which included a Hole in one on the 16th Hole he did no to miss a shot until the eighth where he overdrive the Green chipped Short and took a bogey 5. Rain postpones Lamus new York apr the scheduled american league night game Between Cleveland and the new York Yankees was postponed Friday because of rain. Boston at Chicago was also postponed due to rain. Werfield found it extremely useful. A fencing a he says a is one activity that gives almost everything you want in a physical fitness and the varied movements in the Art of fencing have a direct application to other sports and recreational pursuits. In his pamphlet Butterfield says fencing a will build quicker reflexes muscular endurance poise a greater learning capacity Grace of movement Finger co ordination Speed timing posture and agility which Are All essential elements needed in today a after using the fencing Art in his program for several months with great Success Butterfield was visited by Stafford who noticing Butterfield a class notes asked if he could write a pamphlet to help other physical education teachers adapt fencing to their programs. Butterfield began working on the Booklet in december. His teaching and legion to fore Rutland at alumni Field the Bennington american legion baseball team will attempt to retain its hot hand after a Strong showing last weekend when they upset undefeated Proctor 10-4. Bennington will meet the Rutland legion sunday at 2 . At alumni Field. Rutland is considered by Many of legion baseball followers to be stronger than Proctor even though Proctor has twice Defeated the Rutland entry. Rutland has depth in every spot and especially on the Mound so Bennington will have to have their hitting shoes on if they Are to win. Phillips lop Mots Philadelphia apr Roy Sievers hit a two run Homer with one out in the last of the ninth inning Friday night lifting the Philadelphia Phillies to a 2-1 Victory Over the new York mets new York too too 000�?1 6 9 Phila. Too too 002�?2 5 0 Craig and Gonder Mclish Baldschun 9 and Dalrymple. W a Baldschun 8-4. Craig 2-16. Coaching duties prevented concentrated efforts on the pamphlet and it was finally finished during the Spring vacation. Butterfield uses fencing in classes for grades 1-6. He introduces the sport by telling students to a show me How to Fence a most children having seen Zorro or the three musketeers Fence on television. After several minutes of experimentation Butterfield begins his formal instruction in the a a corrects manner of fencing. A Safe fencing simplified is Butterfield a attempt to pass on to others some of the pointers he has Learned since he began fencing in october. Not pretending to write As an expert or for professionals Butterfield has included a glossary of More advanced textbooks for those whose proficiency in fencing has progressed beyond the elementary level. Butterfield a cover design and illustration Are the product of an Art hobbyist. A Parka identification Patch which he designed last Winter entered the finals of the Prospect Mountain ski clubs Patch contest. In addition to his teaching duties Butterfield is assistant coach of basketball and track at Bennington High school and directs the Myca summer swimming program. An avid Reader of a stories about successes a Butterfield says he also reads sports magazines and interestingly better Homes and gardens and Good housekeeping. Butterfield is continuing his career As an author with an article on elementary physical education in blackboard journal of the Vermont education association. Butterfield considers elementary physical education a Challenge because a not Many men go into the eventually he Hopes to move into High school physical education and from there to College teaching. A recent graduate of Southern Connecticut state College Butterfield is qualified to teach a number of subjects in Vermont schools including science and Art. His main sport is track in which he participated during College. Prior to College Butterfield served with the . Marine corps. A father of four Young boys Butterfield and his family live at 244 Bradford St. Saratoga raceway entries Fri St Trot i mile $500 Lusty Lawrence p. Dailey ii la Wick c. Mcquigge town gossip r. Dunn front inn m. Bloodgood Spaghetti boy it. Smith re be i land Fred m. Akoury or Philip Maxiel w. Current fancy Faber j. Heilig or Princess Blue b. Elliott sixth a Pace i mile $5000 me fad Den Regent d. Huff targe Teer d. It a a a to Dora Bounty d. Bell Yankee tar Dies d. Huff Little Lassie j. Gerrity he Ine Ken i. Wilson Knight Champ d. Bell second Pace i mile $500 judge dares c. Franklin Vigil Queen f. Livingston Ace dares a. Ambo kiss in Cousin r. Hamilton modest boy w. C urn it Wally May l. Fanelli Marquis pick p. Dailey not yet d. Bell Dayton freight m. Akoury or count Bonny Brook k. Coppola Judy Forbes c. Kelly seventh Pace i mile $1000 am it or s Star r. Hourihan Vinn Hanover p. Dailey Willows boy c. In Elliott Albert j. W. Lamb Tassy b. Huff third Trot i mile$600 real Yankee j. Mill Lins pal boy r. Ilo Rihan Frisky Thomas r. Rash Ginger Springwood c. Bonafede Denny vie ii. Goodse 11 sue Eden s. Ransford Walter Knight g. Chert Jeu Joseph Hanover m. Akoury or Highley s Sadie m. Akoury or Julian s away d. Bromley Chestnut song o. Cole eighth Pace i mile $700 Olympus r. Baumann adorable Wick t. Valente Nina song r. Webber Chula w. Arthurs Breezy Dean d. Childs fourth Pace i mile $500 Avon boy d. Bromley line in ii f. Coons Brittany h. Goodsell abide Dell e. Fuss Bright girl d. Huff Stone y o. Cole Shad cd a in Sparky m. Akoury or Hirst venture l. Aitken Seaway Sam r. Simser charming Chic w. Arthurs Freddie s girl f. Tingley ninth Pace i mile $600 missile Man p. Dailey Amber Wayne it. Childs in tiny abbe g. Hoilier Pinnacle Chuck k. Heeney Belvedere pick la. Par be r fifth Pace i mile $900 Willow Brook Ned r. Hamilton dark Goose f. Larouech Royal l. M. A. Ambo or. Me i Burn k. Hamilton scottish Barella d. Wilson frosty Carly h. Parker Prince Gene r. Has h Moscow apr filled with Confidence potato salad and finnish milk the United states track and Field team opens its annual two Day meet against the soviet Union saturday with an expected 100,000 in giant Lenin stadium. All the americans Are fit except Ace distance Man Jim Beatty favored to win the 5,000, who went Back on the question Mark list Friday. A ill warm up before the race a Beatty said. A if i can run ill run. I came a Long Way for this Beatty has a sore right leg muscle which kicked up again wednesday. He hoped rest would heal it. However he does no to run until late sunday program starts at 5 15 . Moscow time 9 15 a.rn., Edt and sundays card opens an hour earlier. The american menus team was primed for its fifth straight Victory and its biggest margin Ever in the series. Last year at Palo Alto they won 128-107. 125 entered in Thompson races sunday Thompson Conn. A the new England championship sports car Road races scheduled Here at Thompson raceway sunday will have the former Road racing Champion George Constantine of North Brookfield mass., As announcer. His Host of fans will be wishing him Well on this tenth anniversary of his debut in Road racing which he made at Thompson raceway and which led to his Rise to the top ranks of International Competition. Among the 125 Drivers who will vie for championship Points sunday is John Caley of Northboro mass., who will Pilot the same Corvette Stingray with which he held second place in last sundays Thompson races to the Winner Bob Brown who drove a Ford a cobra so sensationally. Caley while gaining on Brown in the last Lap had an engine failure which put him out of the race but he has corrected the difficulty for sundays races and is again a favorite for the winners Slot. Jack Crusoe of Lexington mass. Has returned from a european trip and is expected to again be the Man to beat with his superbly tuned and driven Alfa Romeo. Douglas Revson of White Plains n. Y., brother of top Driver Peter Revson will make his racing debut with a grand prix formula Junior British built Cooper and from the Lap times that he has posted in training is sure to provide stiff Competition for Phil Cade of Winchester mass., Jack Walsh of Haverhill mass., Dave Cavicke of Waterford Conn., Ronald Post of Hyde Park ., Alan rat Cliffe of East Bridgewater mass., Fred Becker of Manchester Conn., and Don Aura of Fairfield Conn., All of whom Are driving grand prix Type cars. Peter Sachs of Waltham mass. Is returning to drive the Lotus Ford with which he won the May 26 Thompson race at record Speed. The event will Start at 2 . At the raceway which is located off route 193 two Miles North of the Center of Thompson Conn. A they have two chances to beat us a says Gene Johnson of Santa Clara calif., a slim and Yankee girls Are aiming for their Best showing although they have never even approached the russian girls in the four previous meets. . Coach Payton Jordan of a Mac asks a anyone for a picnic v a procession of sports cars will wind through the Bennington county Countryside sunday afternoon but it will not be a race nor a rally but a tour culminating at a picnic site with plenty of food fun and talk of the advocates sport. The Green Mountain Auto sports club is conducting the tour under the plans of Burt and Claire Turner of Bennington. The picnic tour will begin at the grand Union parking lot at i . Anyone interested in joining the afternoons event is requested to bring a lunch and a swimsuit. Stanford is gunning for the first american Edge Ever in combined totals of menus and women a events which is the Way the russians score it. The russians Are ready too. A we have a few surprises a said soviet coach Gabriel Korobkov. The two squads gathered at the residence of american ambassador Foy Kohler Friday afternoon at a reception. Milk imported from Finland flowed like Vodka. The americans also demolished a huge pile of american potato salad. Later the members of the two teams gathered on the Lawn of the Home built greek style by a russian merchant who held the Salt monopoly under the Czar and posed for pictures. Three Bulky russians in sack suits lounged against a Wall watching the proceedings. Coach Jordan apparently following a pre set plan has systematically eliminated any possible american excuses. A positive thinker he has praised the current warm weather the stadium the arrangements and his team. A i have picked a single athlete other than the ones we have if i could choose from All the others Back Home a he said. Mckinley in finals of Clay courts tournament River Forest 111. Apr Chuck Mckinley Wimbledon Champion and Davis cup Star advanced As expected Friday to the finals of the 53rd National Clay courts Tennis championships. The 22 year old Mckinley scored a convincing 6-3, 6-3, 7-5 Victory Over a ranked Herbert Fitzgibbon ii of Garden City n. Mckinley a Victory set up a championship match on sunday against either r. Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield Calif or Ron Barnes of Brazil who meet saturday. In the women a division Petite Nancy Richey of Dallas 20, advanced with a neat 6-1, 6-2 decision Over rugged Judy Alvarez of Tampa Fla. In a semifinal match. The other women a semifinal Between Victoria Palmer 18, of Phoenix Ariz. And Gwyneth Thomas 22, of Shaker Heights Ohio also will be played saturday. Mckinley displayed Little Effort in disposing of the 21-year-old Princeton University senior ranked 45th in the nation. Mckinley seemed to toy with today a pitchers National league san Francisco Sanford 9-10 at Cincinnati Nuxhall 6-4 n. New York Jackson 6-10 at Philadelphia Green 2-3. Houston Farrell 6-7 at St. Louis Simmons 7-5 n. Chicago hobble 4-8 at Pittsburgh Gibbon 4-6. Los Angeles Koufax at Milwaukee Lemaster. American league Baltimore Roberts 6-9 at Kansas City Wickersham 6-7 n. Detroit Bunning 6-10 at los Angeles Mcbride 10-7 n. Cleveland Donovan 6-6 at new York Ford 14-3. Washington Ridzik 1-0 at Minnesota Stigman 8-9. Boston Monbouquette 13-6 at Chicago Fisher 5-6 or Pizzarro 11-5. Hinsdale raceway entries first Pace class a miss to d. Dandy Light s. Miss Impala a. Williams a sister f. Sunday Knight s. It. Eddie d r. Miss Belwin r. It. My r. Aet miss Roseanne w. Dug Gold i mile. $500 Devine Haight or Nason Blake Mattison Truitt Collette Collette Chapde Laine second Pace class i. I mile $500 prices Pride Galen s miss tee Bone the voodoo Jeo Mahoney Lakeside Scott Topaz sequin miss Lynn Dale aet single s Pixie Jay Maundy d. Price w. Colby e. Gilman e. Patterson f. Townsend a. Nason h. Dew Oil or r. Truitt j. Kane o. Burgoyne third Pace class Diamond spirit Joe Mac Happy maid King Katy Looena direct Lucknow Frisco Carroll b Terry c aet Junior mite e. R. W. R. G. W. I. H. N. I mile $500 g i i Man Lacombe Durr Truitt Harp or Collins Berry Lamb Olin seventh Pace class c2,l mile $700 Peter g. Scott w. Silk or Hilly Brooks w. Collins Frisky Jon o. Burgoyne by. Quinton Scott m. Robinson Dudley Hope c. Lovely Yam up r. Rankin the big m r. Truitt Furman Hal c. Mccarthy or eighth Pace inv tonal i mile $1000 Jericho Judy f. Pike be be Daw n i. Foster Walford d n w. Collins broken sword g. Harp or foot doctor a Robinson Var. Fix Honey doll a. Cross ninth Pace c lasses i mile $600 mighty Regent l. Berry and Wil a. Nason Volo m. Spencer f. Pike Erick a Bucky i. Foster Black Andy r. Truitt Indian guide g. Sheehy or Eva g m. Robinson Blue Waters e. Gilman fourth Pace class i i mile,$500 h. Dewolf or r. Collette e. Cossette f. Pike i. Cater c. Mattison v. Culhane v. Pizzano p. Phetteplace loan Raider Iroquois pick Chil ipos Lassie Riverview Del mighty George b i Lebanon boy gait Way Vivian double Brewer aet Somsri a girl fifth Pace class is i mile $600 flaming Scot Nancy girl Talent Adrian Rose Croft wills Quinton Prince counsel miss Blu blood Mountain master aet Tel s tip sixth Pace class Dugger song future Hanover dirty Dan Nib Abbot Divon Bay Esquire s Kin Dewey Moelwyn in nicely direct r. Cornellier r. I acor lie q. Mckenney i. Foster m. Robinson j. Moss a. Nason c. Mattison t. Carter is i mile $600 i. Foster ii. Meglio c. Matt is on e. Gilman m. Robinson a. Nason w. Blake w. Padgett a last big Day on our cups Sale spectacular rambler As i $45 As Low As 82 per to. Williams a Bugbee 945 e. Main St. Bennington his taller opponent in the final set by letting Fitzgibbon take a 4-3 advantage before winding up the match. Miss Richey had an easy time defeating miss Alvarez a 20-year-old physical education major at Tampa University. Miss Alvarez had stunned the Tennis world by conquering top seeded Darlene hard of los Angeles in straight sets thursday. Summertime basketball in Hoosick Falls Hoosick Falls A an activity which has attained much popularity in some sections of the country has been adopted Here summer basketball. Temporary baskets have been erected on the Hoosick Falls Central school parking lot and play began tuesday. Games will be held tuesday and thursday until August 29, beginning at 6 30 . Each night. Guy Bud Milliman is league president. Six teams with to players each 60 players in All Range from 14 to 17-years-old. Teams Are the celtics with Milliman and Bob Mihuta As coaches kicks with Bob Lewsey and dub Miner coaches lakers with Walt Shaw and Mike Mahoney coaches packers with de Decker and Ron Seifert coaches royals with Jim Mcguire and Don Fairbanks coaches and the warriors with de Starr and Don Miner As coaches. . Graney is vice president and also Heads the referees with Tom Wysocki de Zilinskis Leo Bartoski John Harrison who also serve in the capacity. In the opening games tuesday night the kicks Defeated the warriors and the celtics won Over the royals. The games originally scheduled for july la were postponed because the court was not ready and have been rescheduled. Thursdays games were played in spite of the rain with the packers winning Over the royals and the celtics Over the lakers. Attendance at the games thus far is considered Good. New from Mere 350, 35 horsepower 2 Cylinder. In line Mercury a most powerful u n new super Magneto. Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned Atter and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Options electric starting Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for skiing fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon Boa barges and general Utility Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington

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