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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Arizona Center Fie Der Likely mets Choice new York up a Reggie Jackson was expected to become the second Arizona state outfielder in two years to be tapped As the no. I selection in baseball a free agent draft which began today. Jackson a 20-year-old left handed Center Lelder was regarded As the Likely pick the new York mets who have first Choice in the draft. Rick monday another Arizona state outfielder was selected first by the Kansas City athletics last year in the initial draft meeting. Quot he can run throw and hit with Power a one major league executive said Jackson. Quot the Ball club which gets him will be Lucky and since the mets have first Choice i think it la be Jackson is regarded As an even finer Prospect that monday who was signed to a Bonus contract $104,000 and now is playing for Mobile the Southern association. All 20 major league clubs participated in the draft 700 free agents which started at to . Edt with commissioner William Eckert presiding. Prior to the draft a special draft those free agents who were picked last june and last january but failed to sign with the clubs that chose them will be held. The san Francisco giants who won the right by toss a Coin chose first in the special draft. The athletics were expected to exercise their second Choice in the regular draft to select Catcher Tom Grieve Pittsfield mass. The 18-year-old Grieve a student in High school is a 6-foot-2, 200-Pound right handed hitter. Sanders leads pro Wolfers in $ Palm Beach gardens Fla. Up a Doug Sanders continues to prove that Golf can be a Rich Many a game by once again leading the Money winning list the professional golfers association. Sanders has won $54,550 in official Money in 17 tournaments while adding $19,998 in Runoff Octal Money. Second is Gay Brewer a playoff loser in this years masters and tournament champions with $51,830. Tack Nicklaus moved into third position with $50,853, followed by Frank Beard with $49,230 and Arnold Palmer $47,967. Australian Bruce Devlin is sixth with $41,581, Phil Rodgers at seventh with $37,574, trailed by Gene Littler $34,558, Lionel Hebert $33,360 and Tony Lerna with $32,546. Standings Are based tournament play through sunday s Memphis open. Grive has been Many colleges for ability. He was an quarterback in High sought by his football outstanding school. George Smith Strong at 2nd, grows stronger at plate Bennington Banner tuesday june 7, 1966-9 Colby College Aims for College world series Steve Chilcott a Lancaster calif., Catcher Florida state outfielder Jim Lyttle and Santa Clara first baseman Bob Spence were also expected to be among the Early picks. Boston up a when the Boston red sox traded Pitcher Bill Monbouquette to Detroit for George Thomas and George Smith the first Boston reaction was a a who Are they a Fenway Park patrons Are still american amateurs led by Campbell Hyndman Carnoustie Scotland up a Bill Hyndman and Bill Campbell led a 28-Man american contingent into today a second round the British Amateur Golf championship. Fourteen players from the United states had Short lived Hopes monday As they dropped opening round matches the 7,059-Yard Par-71 Carnoustie course. A total 17 other americans were successful in first round action. British bookies were caught without the necessary background Hyndman and Campbell. They gave Odds 25 to i and 33 to i the Walker cup golfers before vital information seeped through and now a Battor is Lucky to land either erne at 10-1 Odds. Hyndman Philadelphia who received a Bye into the second round met England a David Moffatt. Campbell Huntington w. Va., advanced a default and faced . Navy it. John Brabson Charlotte . Frank Strafaci Miami who has walked away Many Yards Over the course in an attempt to discover any hidden obstacles that might mar his game opposed Britain Salls talk Low in his first test the 1966 British Amateur. Art Hudnutt Bob Falkenburg and Jim Vickers were among opening round american winners who sought to Advance to the third round today. Hudnutt a 36-year-old Newspaperman from Elria o., scored an upset monday by beating Britain a Alan Thirwell. The ohioan won the last two holes to achieve the Surprise 2 up Triumph. Falkenburg los Angeles the 1948 Wimbledon Tennis Champion also flattened some Bookie purses when he eliminated Jimmy Mahon Ireland 3 and 2. Vickers Wichita kans., ousted David Kelley England 4 and 3. In today a matches Hudnutt faced g. Niekerk Zambia Falkenburg opposed Sandy Pirie Scotland and Vickers met Garth Morrison Scotland. Pirle beat Dick Stanley upper Briarcliff n.y., 5 and 4, in the first round. Americans who advanced in opening action included Joe Nestor Endicott n.y., . Gibson Houston George Mcfadden Glen head n.y., Lou leis Pacific Palisades w. W. Fondren Iii Houston Richard Anthony Andalusia ala., Jack Thornton Rochester n.y., Tony Amaral Barrington r.i., Truman Connell North Palm Beach Fla., Charles Mccallum fort Lauderdale Fla., Bill Hamilton Anniston ala., and Harry Kane Pittsburgh. Triple a a so Blue Stamps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary for the Gra Lani Lidar lists ii rom 49.95 434 main Street Bennington Walter Whitney your certified Monotone consultant every thursday Carroll drug store main St. Bennington it. 442-6713 Call for appointment batteries for All makes hearing aids we can provide expert service All makes hearing aids so if you Don t have a Monotone but need service done to hesitate to Call us. Former coach in Hall Fame Jackson Wyo. Up a the late Charles n. Proctor has been elected to the . Ski association Hall Fame at Ishpeming Mich. Selection Proctor one time ski coach at Dartmouth College was announced at the 58th annual convention the association saturday. Proctor a former professor physics at Dartmouth was nominated by the Dartmouth Outing club. His leadership helped establish intercollegiate skiing in the United states and Canada. Not entirely sure who Thomas is although he has performed quite Well in the Outfield and at third and first base for the last place red sox. But they re finding out that George Smith the second baseman designed to plug up Bostons Leaky infield the defense is a Complex Little Guy who could ultimately make them forget local favorite Monbouquette. Red sox manager Billy Herman figured that Smith could do the second base Job and strengthen a notoriously weak double play combination he need Only Bat .225 .230 to be a Quot Damn Fine player for Smith who two weeks ago was batting .196, decided his own to adjust the crouching Bat stance he has used since first getting into organized Ball la years ago. Smith who will be 30 in just one month has never been a Power hitter. His Best Long Ball production was six homers with Syracuse in 1963 and 1964. Going into a weekend series with new York Smith had exactly one major league Homer off Milt Pappas in Baltimore last season. Quot you did no to think id forget it a he asked under questioning. Against the Yankees Smith hit an inside Fenway Park Job Friday night and lined a shot into the famed left Field screen sunday. Thus he had one in his first 123 major league games and two in the next three. In fact he had eight hits for 13 total bases and seven runs batted in during the three game set. The red sox scored Only 12 times in the series that attracted 75,000. The hits boosted his batting average to .237 and the Bis More than doubled his Early production a five in the first 34 games with Boston. Hinsdale entries tuesday june 7, 1966 first Trot $500 1. Proud red Lynaugh 2. Hardy a King my la in 3. Nit let Matt Ison 4. Marzlano 3. Paints boy Kane 6. Bell Way Burgess 7. Or. Toy town Price 8. Miss Algiers Beauchesne a cavalcade time Mccarthy Amosson a Rusty Beckwith second Pace $500 1. Charming Wilson Landry 2. Hasty lady Harp 3. Randy Accardy 4. Little Man Folee 5. White Dale Beckwith 6. D. A. Steppy Andersen 7. . Bum past Faucher 8. Cindy a Shadow Koll beb a Tootsie to Smith it Skyway pick Beckwith third-pace�?$500 1. Sonny Knight Mcnally 2. Senator Russ Sylvia 3. Adios Suzette Collins 4. Demon woman Britt 5. Conestoga Mike Plante 6. Countess Hilda slew Lersky 7. I Gwen Nley Cooper 8. Joa Nabob Cross a our frosty Kane rebel land Pinky Baxter fourth-Trot-$500 1. Topaz Victoria Padgett 2. Rexford Hanover Horvath 3. Swarthy Hanover Sheehy 4. Chippy Volos Marshall 5. . Cress Gagne 6. Buddy key Britt 7. Sweethearts boy Culhane 8. John Ross Gilman a Section Many Meara Tazar Monahan fifth Pace $500 1. Bar discovery Collins 2. Briarwood Carrolls Berg 3. Ante express Houle 4. Queens need Kolibab 5. Hasty Gold Constantino 6. Bertha Adios Blake 7. Afton december Burgoyne 8. Jacks Danny Baxter a Julia Rose Abbot Allen Judy a Joy Gagne sixth Pace-$500 1. Evergreen blossoms Harp 2. Yankee Dot Andersen 3. Peter g. Scott silk 4. Dam Smokey Landry 5. Direct route 6. Slippery Smith Faucher 7. Buckshot Dale a Padgett 8. Fedor Herbert Smith a Annie Dell Andersen Morris cinnabar Reynolds seventh pace�?$500 1. Afton Midnight Wilson 2. Johnny rhythm Kiewleski 3. Irish cardinals Cross 4. Billy Brooks Collins 5. Prince Lull water Carroll 6. Afton Vernon Carlisle 7. Lucknow a Ronnie Bushway 8. . Brooks Day a Choice Holiday Beckwith key Stonette eighth Pace-$600 1. Josell 2000�?thompson 2. Blazing Billy rom and Lago 3. Scott Dale Day 4. Prince View Smith 5. Queens miss Gilman 6. Knoxville Beckwith 7. Milltown Britt 8. Hal Adios Eriquez a . Pep Mccarthy majors Buster Sylvia ninth Pace $500 1. Vicky Job comeller 2. Marie a pick Collins 3. Lady i abbe Wrigley 4. Gay Liberty Seymour 5. Brave Hunter Vernm 6. Lover boy 7. Lizzy Linda Cross 8. Hal Wayne Houle a Borders Lew nettle Wykowsky mikes counsel Field Saratoga entries tuesday june 7, 1966 first�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Com been Childs 2. Bay 3tate Sean Butcher 3. General Byrds Olin 4. Darn handsome Slaker 5. Harvey s Bonnier Goodsell 6. Poor Johnnie Arthurs 7. Willow fancy Poyer 8. Rob s girls Coppola a big tree Joe Guy Joe Truax second�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Long Long Trail 2. Shady Dale air song Kelly 3. Amy Smith Heeney 4. Tressa cd Lamb 5. Green i Miracle Coppola 6. Nita Butler Tingley 7. Enlas Adios Huff 8. Collyer s first Hamilton a Willow Brook Star third�?trot�?mile�?$3000 1. Camden Hanover Bell 2. Mild Hanover Boucher 3. Rushing Brooks Brosseau 4. Specifically Richards 5. A Ramsey Hanover 6. A rippling Hanover 7. Viewer Butcher 8. Jessamine Geraghty am. Bossard stable entry fourth�?pace�?mile�?$700 1. Masquerades tips Tingley 2. Gold plate Parker 3. Doctor Vernon be due 4. Sunset Breeze Hamilton 5. Macs Painter Dupre 6. Sch Almonte Ferguson 7. Wild blues Smith 8. Fabric a Chase a Imperial Star fifth trot�?mile�?$3000 1. Wyn Crest Joan Martin 2. Speedy Many Jodon 3. Darby Hanover Webber 4. Atlas Pride 5. Dash away Kelly 6. Firm Yankees Parker 7. Vol talc Hanover Larouech 8. Little Laird Livingston sixth�?pace�?mile�?$000 1. Rebel land Marge Hel Mer 2. We aka Vanl Destine 3. Al Reble Chase 4. Mike Rainbow Bain 5. Sunny Malone Boga re us 6. Canadian rhythm Langtry 7. Katy Victoria Poyer 8. Mischief Kyle Arthurs seventh trot�?mile�?$1500 1. Diller Dell Fane 111 2. Lucifer Hanover Boucher 3. General Sampson Jevons 4. Little Cream Livingston 5. Old timer Butcher 6. Alotta Arthurs 7. Pal boy Heeney 8. Twilight Shaheeny wines eighth�?pace�?mile�?$2000 1. Success Saint Olin 2. Shady Dale Scot Una Chase 3. Yankee rum Boucher 4. Be lion Dupre 5. Ladd Diamond Collette 6. Westleigh boy Arthurs ninth Trot a lies 1500 1. Colonie Prince Jevons 2. Golden Pride Bromley 3. Terra flight Heeney 4. Dee voted Huff 5. Sunny a let Butcher 6. Pride Rainbow Bain 7. Spring Ginger Coppola 8. Drum Geraghty tenth�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Volo tags Funk 2. Norma s Way Bossard 3. Ambro canucks Del Pryore 4. Success Adios Olin 5. Evelyn s time Fanelly 6. Pale face Bogardus 7. Marching along Lefebvre d. Ben Becker Fox Quot actually Early in the year he was hitting pretty Good for the number swings he was taking a Herman said. Quot we be been after him to swing More often to Stop thinking that everything would be a Ball. We All talked to him about Smith meanwhile decided his own to stand up a Little More in his batting stance thereby breaking la seasons crouching habit. Timely distance hits were the immediate result. As for the homers Smith can take them leave them. Quot id just As soon break them up into four singles a the Veteran infielder said. Quot i just try to hit it where it is pitched. If its a Homer Okay. But id still rather break it up into four Boston up a a Small Maine College and three Large Massachusetts universities were shooting for a berth in the College baseball world series today As the Mcaa District i playoffs opened at Fenway Park. Colby College Waterville Maine 21-6-1 was hoping to become the first Small school in More than a decade to win the National Crown. Also vying for a shot at the National title were Boston College 12-4northeastern University 16-6 and University Massachusetts 20-5. Massachusetts the Yankee conference Champion was paired against Boston College in today s tournament opener. Northeastern the greater bos ton King was slated to take Colby in the second half the twin Bill. The winners in today s action will clash at 1 30 . Wednesday for a berth in the National tournament at Omaha neb. The District i Champ will meet St. John s new York in the first round the double a elimination Mcaa tournament. The last new England team to bring Back the National title was holy Cross which won the Crown in 1952. The tournament has since been dominated by Midwest and West coast powerhouses. Saratoga results 6.00 8.60 first Trot mile�?$600 Parker dares Webber 17.60 Swift current Swartz Lander Dolly a. Butcher time 2 11.4 second�?pace�?mile�?$600 specials sales Heeney 11.60 5.80 Bobelu Kelly 7.60 Libby Rainbow Bain time 2 11.3 Dally double 5-6 paid $108.60 third Pace Miles Jim Blaze Jevons 4.40 3.60 Cla Haven Delight Peckham 12.20 Salem maid Labarge time 213.1 fourth�?pace�?mile�?$800 Belle Barmin Parker 3.40 3.20 rebel land abbe Watson Adios Gregory Ambo time 2 10.3 fifth Trot mile�?$900 Cedar Crest Flash Folger 4.00 apples dream current Rich Hup Richards time 2 09.1 7.80 3.00 3.60 5.60 5.40 6.40 3.40 4.00 2.80 2.60 4.80 3.00 3.00 6.20 7.00 2.80 3.20 3.60 5.40 5.60 sixth�?pace�?mile�?$600 True Adios Lamb 11.20 Sharp pint Childs Hill views Flash current time 2 09.3 seventh�?pace�?mile�?$650 Little Darlene p., Heeney 9.00 4.20 general Jim Bennett 7.20 May doll Goodsell time 2 10.4 eighth�?pace�?mile�?$700 Handy lad Mcquigge 75.00 17.20 Pansy Adios Masten 18.60 Shady Dale dream Baumann time 2 07.2 ninth�?pace�?mile�?$800 Connors Hanover g is l 10.80 Little Guy Tut Bromley tall Livingston tenth Pace mile�?$600 Victory Gary Fanelly 6.80 Colonie girl Jevons Cindy Berry Kelly time 2 11 attendance 2,322 handle $158,893 8.00 7.40 4.20 4.20 3.80 3.60 3.60 3.20 4.40 3.20 8.20 7.40 3.40 4.40 4.80 3.80 2.40 2.40 2.40 Tor the r rat tilt Commodore 2000 portable typewriter full size keyboard end Page indicator 42 keys visual margin set lightweight carrying Case Only $6.00 monthly Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington it. Hinsdale results 4.40 7.80 first Trot Miles $500 2 faster Beckwith 7.40 7 Adios Buly Thompson 3 Classy Lobell Wilson time�?2 10.3 second Pace Muey $500 2 i mite Kane 5.60 2.60 3 Runny in Ede Viola Dickie 2.60 8 lady Blaze Britt time�?2 12.3 Dally double 2-2 paid Consolation Dally double $5.80 third Trot Miles $500 4 Toby a Gal Landry 3.40 8 Cyclone Hanover Collins 3 Able pick Wykowsky time�?2 08.3 fourth Pace Mue $500 6 Silver Beach 5.80 3.40 2 Amosson a Oscar Plante i Elf Elf Gilman time�?2 09.3 fifth Trot Miles $500 3 Sonny Jim Smith 9.40 5 Genius Mandygo 7 Runnymede Betts Blash 2.60 4.60 3.20 2.40 l4u 3.20 $14.80 2-7 paid 2.80 4.20 4.20 4.40 3.80 2.20 3.00 2.40 3.40 4.00 3.60 4.20 3.80 4.20 time�?2 08.2 sixth Pace Muey $500 2 Glendale Jerry Church 4.00 3.00 2.60 7 Tommy s Tweed Harp 4.40 3.80 6 my Gina Lind Britt 2.80 time-2 10.2 seventh Pace Muey $500 8 Sweet Boot Constantino 85.40 28.80 5.00 i rebel land Harry Church 6.60 3.20 6 genes Playboy lamp 3.00 time�?2 08.3 eighth pace�?mue-$500 1 Adios illusion Harp . 5.20 3.20 2.40 3 hawaiian Orchid Collins 2.60 2.40 5 Bathe Goose Day 3.20 time�?2 06.3 ninth Pace mile $500 4 Happy majesty Lynaugh 48.80 11.40 4.00 2 Little Knight Mare 4.80 2.40 3 Timmy a Reynolds 3.00 time 2 09 j. Attendance 1,277. Handle $78,086. Summer ahead time to air condition your Home have Cool Comfort. Fast install a room air conditioner . Add the unit to your Furnace and Cool the wh0l� House come in and talk it Over see our floor models. How to succeed in business by really trying Ford sales Are at an All time High. During May Ford outsold All other car makes the word is spreading a fast a that Ford division is building the Best cars it has Ever built. And its True. Never have Ford cars been so Good never have Ford sales been so High. People discovered our 1966 Ford was the strongest Ford Ever built. A Strong car. Well engineered is a quiet car and the 66 Ford has a ride that is quieter even than some Europe s most expensive hand built luxury cars. Over a million people have already bought Mustangs. This rare blend sports car excitement and solid value is the most popular new car in history. And right now its the world s Best Selling Hardtop and convertible Wagon buyers Are excited about our magic door Gate a the greatest step Forward in Wagon convenience in years. It opens out like a door for people and swings Down like a tailgate for cargo. Its Standard equipment All Ford and Fairlane wagons. Car shoppers discovered a whole new Range comforts and conveniences. The �?T66 Ford offers Power front disc brakes a stereo sonic tape system americans largest v 8 to perform regular fuel silent Flo ventilation that keeps air fresh with All windows closed 3nd a new safety convenience control panel that lets you lock All doors with one switch has lights to warn if fuels Low a doors ajar reminds you to fasten seat belts. A whole new group sports minded car buyers has come Over to Fairlane. We be redesigned it completely with 30 new models including gtd a sports luxury a la a. Convertibles Squire wagons and an exciting new sport shift cruise 0 Matte drive it a models that gives you the ease an automatic lets you shift manually for the fun it people everywhere Are finding out just How much extra value we be built into today s Ford cars extra value that a the reason Why Ford sales have soared to an All time High. And that a Why Ford dealers. Leading from strength. Are now offering you the Best deals Ever. There Are specially equipped specially priced Fords fair lanes and Mustangs and special values All our cars a across the whole line. See them soon. You re ahead in a Ford careful with your car full Start safety Check Ford galaxies 2 door Hardtop Manchester motors inc. Depot St., Manchester Center it. Wilson Ford inc. 748 main St., benn., it. Monotone ski for the Best in hearing aids v i

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