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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-Bennington Banner monday june 7, 1965 third annual football clinic at Hoosick Central june 12 Hoosick Falls . A the third annual football clinic open to All coaches in the area including those in the Southern portions of Massachusetts and Vermont will be held this saturday june 12, at the Hoosick Falls Central High school. Six Well known coaches will speak on the topics ranging from �?o4-5 defense to prevention of injuries. Among these coaches is University of Vermont s head line coach John Coons and Williams College head Trainer Joe Aloit. The program begins at 8 . With coaches picking up their name cards and making noon meal reservations at the lobby ask. Following registration free Coffee and donuts will be served in the cafeteria. At 8 45, the first speaker Dick Nooman head coach at Queensbury Central in Glens Falls will begin the clinic with a discussion on the Illinois 4-5 defense. Nooman reportedly Learned the defense from the originator Ray Elliot and has had Good Success with it. The main talk will be about the teams within the 4-5 and the a deals which have raised havoc with offensive blocking assignments next on the program is Ulm scoons who will speak on a attacking defensive perimeters with the run pass and Roll out offensive. Coons is one of the most respected coaches in the game today and brings to the clinic knowledge and experience gathered from High school to College Grid games. Head coach at Ulm Bob Clifford has Given Coons a lot of credit for Ulm s winning of the Yankee conference title last season. Charles Chuck Gottfried will speak twice on his topic As a lunch break at 11 45 interrupts his talk which begins at 10 45. Gottfried s topic is a offensive line play blocking assignments techniques and fundamentals. Gottfried comes to the clinic full of experience having specialized on his subject at West Point and Cornell. He was an outstanding guard on the 1946 Illinois big ten champions and the 47 Rose bowl victors and was a first team member of the All big ten in his senior year. Gottfried has been line coach at Cornell for the last four years. De Farrell head coach at Guilderland Central school will talk on the a secondary defense from the 5-4 monster with stunts and adjustments. Farrell needs no introduction to followers of football in Eastern new York and has outstanding records for taking championship in the Grid game. Last speaker of the Day begins at 2 45 and is Joe Aloit head Trainer at Williams College who will give his talk on the a current trends in prevention and care of the athletic injuries one of the most be when you see the Fine Choice of gifts you la agree plaid Stamps Yvio Naif just Daif Load nil amp Daif my fresh us a inspected quarters leg or breast tender plump meaty quarters 39 la super right Quality fancy veal steaks super right fancy cubed beef n Pepper cubed Steak c la fresh Corn 10s�59�?~ fancy Sweet Florida double Stamps wednesday a a Jane Parker White enriched sliced made with j i la 6 of bread Buttermilk loaves 99 Jane Parker Lemon Roll Jane Parker w pkg 33 Tea Ning a a. 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Whitworth w ins Bluegrass title Over Wrigh Louisville by. Up a Bluegrass invitational Winner Kathy Whitworth May be acting like Mickey Wrights heir apparent but the Long Ball hitter from Dallas has her doubts. Miss Wright who retires in August said sunday she can to see anyone dominating the ladies professional Golf association tour As she has at least not for the next couple of years. She tied for third six strokes behind miss Whitworth who racked up her third win of the 1965 circuit with a 54-Hole total of 213. The leading Money Winner on the ladies pea tour this year miss Whitworth ignored a driving rainstorm on her second nine to Post a two Over Par 74 and pocket a first place Check of $1,350. Leading the tournament since opening Day miss Whitworth became the circuits first player to Register three victories on the year. Her earlier ones were at the St. Petersburg fla., open and the Shreveport la., invitational. But miss Wright feels three wins done to necessarily add up to domination of the circuit. A there Are several Good girls in the Field now and Kathy is one of them she said. A but to get where you win ten tournaments a year regularly a that takes time and i done to think any one girl on the tour can do this right after i retire. Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria la., was second with a 217. Sybil Griffin of Boynton Beach fla., shot a one under Par 71 to tie miss Wright for third place. A amp a defeats Lect routes 2-1 with porters four hitter the a amp a Defeated the lec try Joics 2-1 sunday night in Bennington Little league action As Pitcher Randy Porter held the electronics to just four hits while fanning 11 and walking two. A amp a took the Lead in the top of the second inning with Guy Hurlburt singling As the first Batter going to second on an error and tallying on another error. Electronics caught up in the third inning with Tim of Brien singling going to second on an error and being driven across Home plate As Johnny Hart blasted a double to Center Field. With two outs Hart was left stranded on second when the next Batter fanned. The winning run was scored by the a amp a in the top of the sixth inning with Hurlburt getting on with an error advancing to second when Mike White walked and going to third on a fielders Choice. A passed Ball brought the winning run across the plate. In the Bottom of the sixth electronics had a Chance to tie the game up As Hart singled but was picked off at second As Kevin Murray reached first safely on a fielders Choice. The next Man struck out however and the last out came when Murray was tagged at second. A amp a had a Chance to score the winning run in the fourth when three men hit Back to Back singles with two outs but the third out came with a Short pop Fly to first base. Singling for the a amp a in the fourth was Mike Palmer White and Jim Baker. A amp Wab r h Eagan of 2 0 0/ Thurber of i 0 i 1 Barker la 3 0 of Kearns is 3 0 0 Hurlburt c 3 2 to Palmer of 3 0 a White 2b 2 0 i Baker of 0 0 0. Baker of 3 0 k Wright of p 3 0 Porter p 3 0 0 Peterson of 0 0 0 totals 26 2 5, electronics t. Raetz c j. Raetz 2b Prouty 2b Hart p Murray la Shea of Carroll of Harrington of Meshinski of Crawford of Raymond of Torrisi is o Brien Fairley totals 3b 3b 2 1 2 3 2 1 2 i i i 1 2 i i 23 a amp a Lect. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 2 i you re not thai Good says Leman a mate to Iii Elwinner up i la get you pirate Batter Bonn Clendenon appears to be after the Umpire in the first inning of a double header with the new York nets in Pittsburgh a Ballpark sunday afternoon. Clendenon is actually dodging a pitch that came too close for Comfort. Umpire is Stan Landes and Catcher is Jesse Gonder. The pirates took both games of the double header from the mets who broke Pittsburgh a 12-game winning Streak last Friday. Drysdale beats braves 4-0 for 10th win and 2.39 Era United press International look no further than the towering figure of Don Drysdale to explain Why the los Angeles dodgers Lead the National league by three games. A Al holding meeting today on expansion Rookie play Oceanport . Up a american football league Al owners opened a closed door meeting today with expansion and participation by rookies in All Star games the chief topics for discussion. The Al plans to expand to to teams by the 1966 season and Atlanta and Philadelphia were the two cities most prominently mentioned for new fran pirates w20-0 As Mears hurls two hitter Arlington a the Arlington pirates Defeated the North Bennington red sox 20-0 saturday in no Shaft Arlington Little league play with Richie Mears of the pirates pitching a two hitter and striking out eight. The pirates garnered their 20 runs on 15 hits with Mike Keough going five for five and Larry Hoyt hitting one Homer two doubles and a single. The Arlington squad scored in every inning and played errorless Ball with every member of the team playing in the game. Crises. Atlanta five years ago was considered a shoo in for the eighth league franchise but lost out at the last minute when the owners decided to bring in Oakland As a rival for san Diego. The executive committee composed of the eight club owners met with commissioner Joe Foss in a building on the grounds of Monmouth race Park. The first order of business was the discussion of whether Al College draft choices should participate in pre season All Star games. Sonny Werblin owner of the new York jets has said he will not allow his two Rookie quarterbacks Joe Namath and John Huarte to play in either the american football coaches association All Star game at Buffalo june 26 or the College All Star game against the Cleveland Browns in Chicago aug. 6. The jets paid bonuses of $400,000 to Namath and $200,000 to Huarte and Werblin would rather pay a Fine than run the risk of injury to either of his highly priced rookies. Mumm the co Ace and Workhorse of the dodgers staff 29-year-old Drysdale is Well on his Way to the most Brilliant season of his career a even More Brilliant than his 25-9 Campaign in 1962 and perhaps the Best in the no since dizzy Dean posted a 30-7 record in 1934. No major league Pitcher has won 30 games in a season since Dean did it in 1934, but Drysdale has reached the one third Mark of this season with a 10-3 Mark and a 2.39 earned run average. At that Pace he would be zeroing in on a 30-Vlctory season in september. What seven More important to the dodgers however is that Drysdale has been carrying the team virtually single hand edly since May 22. The dodgers have won Only seven games and lost eight since that Date and Don has been responsible for four victories without a loss. Drysdale proved to be the los Angeles meal ticket again sunday when he posted his 10th Victory of the season with a 4-0 six hitter against the Milwaukee braves. Drysdale a win prevented a dodger debacle in Milwaukee inasmuch As the braves won the second game of the doubleheader 6-4 to take the series three games to one. The Philadelphia Phillies whipped the Chicago cubs 2-1 and 10-9, the Cincinnati reds Defeated the san Francisco giants 6-0, the Pittsburgh pirates swept the new York mets 5-3 and 3-0, and the Houston astras routed the St. Louis cardinals 10-1 in other no games. Drysdale struck out eight and walked Only one. He also blasted one of three dodgers homers a the other two were by Jim Gillian and Lou Johnson a in snapping the braves four game winning Streak. The braves gained a split before 17,175 with the help of two homers by Gene Oliver and sturdy Relief pitching by Billy o Dell after Denny be master faltered in the seventh. By Milton Rich a up sports writer grand Blanch Mich. Up a it was something Only a woman could get away with and did by looking Tony Lerna straight in the Eye and telling him a Honey you re not that one of the reasons this particular pretty Auburn haired Young lady was Able to get away with that statement is because she happens to be Leman a wife. Another reason is that she always tells him the truth. Champagne Tony was talking about her sunday and you could Tell exactly How he Felt about Betty Lerna because she was the first one he mentioned after posting a $20,000 two stroke Victory in the Buick open. A my Only regret Quot he said a is that she Isnit Here to share this Victory with me. A i have a great wife really Quot he went on opening a bottle of Champagne and paying no attention whatsoever when some of the contents accidentally spilled Over onto his Olive Green trousers. A she set me straight on All my outside activities. You know what i mean. Taking care of my business commitments making to appearances and neglecting my real bread and butter Golf. She said a you re not that Good. You can t go running around the country All the time and show up at a tournament the first Day and expect to do Well. Quot one thing about Lerna he listens especially to his wife. She sounded As if she had the right idea. After All he Hadnot won a tournament since last september when he finished first in the world series of Golf at Akron Ohio so he de Yankees top Chison twice give twins Large Al Lead Morton Tiesha y Osly Frozen dinners Large local 39 45 55 Madkour s Central Marke fresh eggs sugar Doz. La. Bag 517 main St. Dial 2-9246 y 324 main St. Tr-1 by 1�?another Leader from Sony an All transistor pock table with outstanding sensitivity and tone. Improved ferrite bar Antenna heightens reception. All controls Are conveniently grouped for easy one hand operation and the uniquely designed on off window saves batteries. Trim neat styling combines with attractive colors of charcoal red or White. Complete with Battery earphone. Case. Power sumo la. 9v Battery size 2vw x 4vh x Ivd $17.95 Bennington garage Carp. Dial 2-5496 by Fred Down up sports editor the new York Yankees sprang to life just in time for the Minnesota twins to live it up big. That a the Hook in the biggest Day sex St. Louis Cardinal manager Johnny Keane has enjoyed since he donned Yankee pinstripes and went to work for lbs. The Yankees were big winners All right but they made even bigger winners out of the twins. It s a fact of life in the american league this season a one you can bet they never taught the Little Yankees when they were Down on the farms that for the time being at least Yankee victories Over contenders Are Likely to help other teams More than they help their majesties. The Yankees looked like Al champions for the first time this season sunday when they bombed the Chicago White sox 6-1 and 12-0 to win the important series three games to one. But the most important result of the double Victory was to enable the twins to boost their first place Lead Over Chicago to 31/2 games with an 11-2 Victory Over the Washington senators. Despite the two victories the Yankees remain in eighth place five games under .500 and iov2 games behind the twins. The los Angeles Angels beat the Baltimore orioles 3-0, the Cleveland indians downed the Detroit tigers 10-1, and the Kansas City athletics won 4-3 in la innings after losing the first game of a doubleheader to the Boston red sox 9-4, in other Al games. In the National league Philadelphia Defeated Chicago 2-1 and 10-9, Pittsburgh whipped new York 5-3 and 3-0, Cincinnati topped san Francisco 6-0, Milwaukee beat los Angeles 6-4 after a 4-0 defeat and Houston romped Over St. Louis 10-1. The Yankees won the first game behind the combined four hit pitching of Whitey Ford and Hal Relff with Doc Edwards bases filled single in the second inning. Tom Tresh took charge of the Nightcap with three homers that drove in four runs and enabled Al Downing to Breeze to his fourth Victory with a three hitter embellished with eight strikeouts. Tresh who hit two of his homers right handed and one left handed went 4-for-5. Jerry Zimmerman hit the first Homer of his five year big league career and two singles Jimmie Hall had three hits and Tony Oliva homered to Lead the twins 14-hit attack. Bill Pleis went the last five innings for the twins to win his third game without a loss. Frank Howard hit his Lith Homer for the senators. Rudy May pitched a seven hitter to win his third game for the Angels who took advantage of Jim Palmer s wildness to score two runs without the Ald of a hit in the first two innings. The Angels added their third run in the sixth on doubles by Bob Rodgers and May. Max Alvis hit his seventh Homer and Leon Wagner Rocky colavito vie Dava Lillo and Fred Whitfield had two hits each for the indians As Jack Kralick went seven innings to score his second Victory. Kralick tried in 90-degree heat and Gary Bell shut out the tigers in the last two innings. Willie Horton hit his Lith Homer for the tigers. Dalton Jones drove in three runs with a single and a Homer and Felix Mantilla and Gary Geiger had three hits each to Lead the red sox 14-hit attack in the first game. Mike Hershberger singled Home Nelson Mathews in the Lith inning of the second game to snap the athletics seven game losing Streak. Benin Juniper gets fourth in state track meet John Robinson a senior at Bennington High school finished fourth in the Broad jump at the Vermont state track and Field championships held saturday at Bellows Falls. Robinson was the catamounts biggest Hope for the meet and was expected to do better than fourth because the senior jumper had been hitting 20 feet or More in several of Beni s meets this year. The winning distance in the Broad jump was 20 feet three and three Quarter inches jumped by Ken Tofferi of Springfield. The state record in the meet is 21 feet four inches established a number of years ago. In the meet six state records were broken in the Fields of the one mile run the Low hurdles High hurdles pole vault two mile run and tile shot put. Elded to try it her Way. Tony put his outside interests aside and showed up two Days Early for the $100,000 Buick event. That enabled him to play in the am which ordinarily does t mean much but had special significance for Lerna in that the 18-Hole round enabled him to familiarize himself with the extra Long 7,280-Yard Warwick Hills course once More. He needed All the extra knowledge he could get when Jack Nicklaus with whom he played sunday began charging him like a runaway Bull and sliced his margin to a Mere stroke on the Par five 604-Yard 16th. Both parred the 17th, after which Nicklaus amazed the gallery of 25,505 by Duck hooking his tee shot out of Bounds on the 18th and winding up in fourth place four strokes behind Lerna. A i never saw him hit a drive like that before Quot said Lerna later. Tony was t gloating either. A let me say this about Nicklaus Quot Lerna added. A things were really tight when he and i came to the 18th. He had just made some Good putts on the 16th and 17th and his adrenalin was up. He was putting the pressure on me As if i did thave enough already. Legion pm meet june 8 at alumni Field Ca anyone born after sept. I 1946 and wishing to play american legion baseball this year is urged to attend a session tuesday night at 5 30 at the alumni Field. The american legion team is., being coached by eve Chaffin and Tom Tomas this year and is under the guidance of the local legion Post and athletic officer or. Francis Tomas. Boys from the Bennington area Hoosick Falls Arlington and to nearby Massachusetts Are Elig Ible to play. Teams this year consist of Bennington Brattleboro Bellows Falls Windsor and Springfield in the Southern league while the Northern league consists of teams in the Rutland Proctor Barre Hartford and Newport areas. An applicant wrote a i write this letter As the four Effs agencies Are highly regarded in this area. A i am willing to go to school at my own expense of the course Isnit Over six months and if it then would be possible to become an agent for your company. I would move anywhere in Maine or new our reply a while we appreciate your willingness to go to school that Isnit really necessary. You May As Well be earning commissions during those six months As spending Money. A in our 84 years in real estate we have developed a plan that enables highly ethical folks to learn in Advance whether or not they re suited for real estate a and if they Are they re already quite Well trained at no Cost at if you a like to learn More about real estate As we conduct it write for test questions. There a no obligation. More vermonters have joined four Effs in the last year than in any preceding year four Effs realty . Box 264 Manchester . 03105

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