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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 10, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Adolph Rupp Hank Iba in basketball Hallof Fame Springfield mass. A Adolph Rupp basketball coach at the University of Kentucky and Henry p. Hank Iba of Oklahoma state University were among 13 selected to the Nai Smith memorial basketball Hall of Fame honors committee it was announced today by Edward j. Hickox executive Secretary Hall of Fame. Rupp and Iba representatives of the National association of basketball coaches head a list which features men chosen from the press aau High school basketball federation Industry Paabo basketball official Myca and the professional basketball Field. Representatives of the press include Hack Miller sports editor of the Deseret news Salt Lake City Utah Herb Good sports department Philadelphia inquirer and Walter Graham of the Springfield mass Republican. Representing the National federation of state High school athletic associations Are Cliff Harper Secretary of the Alabama has a and Lyle t. Quinn Secretary of the Iowa state has a. . Vanwinkle of the Huntington Indiana labs and Harry Colburn vice president of the Wilson athletic goods co., were the two chosen from the world of Industry. The remaining four represent the basketball officials organization Paa Ostewart Paxton executive Secretary the aau Robert Paul director of development Myca Harold Frier mood of the National Council in new York and the professional basketball Field William Mokray vice president of promotion for the Boston celtics. Mokray chairman of the 13-Man committee will serve a this capacity for five years Atoff with Miller and and Colburn have been selected to serve for four years while Good and Iba will serve three year terms. Harper Vanwinkle and Frier mood two Graham Paxton and Paul year each. The Naismith basketball Hall of Fame is presently being constructed on the Springfield College Campus. Saratoga raceway entries first race a Trot i mile $500. Non winners of $2000 in lifetime earnings. I. Collyer a Pride Bogardus 2. Per Schimes Dunn 3. Priscilla Wick Mcquigge 4. Pal boy Van Vranken 5. Phoebe Victoria Russo 6. Trebbe g., Dodge 7. Sambo b., Burke 8. Fab Erette Bol. Second race a Pace i mile $500. I. Jimmie Frank e., Schraffenberger 2. Rebel land Robie Kyer 3. Sandy Volo Dunn 4. Chat Dale Bryan Lamb 5. Judy Forbes Kelly 6. Kissin Cousin Hamilton 7. Ricochet Todd Arthurs 8. Pad Tan Quinn. Third race a Trot i mile new from Russo is horsepower 2 cylinders in line a Reury a most powerful twin. New super Magneto. Power Dorn combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned after and interchangeable Mere 1000. Optional electric starting Lack trimmed in Brome. Recommended for skiing. Ashing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general Utility Bennington garage Cor. Main Street Bennington $500. I Bernabell Hourihan 2. Hurrigan Dodge 3. Brave Rodney a. Garnsey 4. Gracious Perez 3. Gay Evelyn Parker 6. , Spencer or 7. Lash Hanover Taylor 8. Shady Dale Baize Akoury or. Fourth race a Pace i mile $500 i. Longwood Coppola 2. Linn s Day Shafer 3. Shady Dale Bama Roider 4. Eric s Duchess Heit or 5. Black Mountain Arthurs 6. Mcdale Melburn Dawkins 7. Rebel land sue Cole 8. Glib Wick Chretien. Fifth Raco a Trot i mile $2000. I. Drummon Man Wolsey or 2. Hettie c., Hull 3. Regal Rodney Parker 4. Kathy Springwood Chretien 5. Dear Abbey Ambo 6. Pinky Jamie Bardier 7. Karen Victoria Arthurs 8. Flower drum Miller. Sixth race a Pace i mile $600. I. Fixin to Pace Bloodgood 2. Red main Ambo 3. Flying Demon Hoyt 4. Dusty dancer Dean 5. Hazel mite Bromley 6. Katy Victoria a thurs 7. Charming Chic Good sell 8. Clatty Berry Lamb. Seventh race a Pace i mile $700. I. Volo Diamond Larente 2. J. M., Heroux 3. Meadow Mac Hinds or 4. Forbes Rose Croft Bloodgood 5. Scotch Mercury Fancher 6. Highley s Lovely Corneau 7. Pale face Bogardus 8. Hodge direct Spencer or. Eighth race a Pace i mile $500. I. Honest injun Parker 2. Calypso Coons 3. Stoney Cole 4. Buddy Norr Shelmer 5. Chocko Yotte Lee Dawkins 6. Ohio Valley Shaler 7. Pinnacle Chuck Heeney 8. Colonie girl Jevons. Ninth race a Pace i mile $500. I. Adorable Wick Valente 2. Joe dare simmer 3. Patty Bea Flash a Cole 4. Mighty Goose Tingle 5. Sparkling lady Kaz mater 6. Flash Dillon Dufford 7. J. L. Trail Huff 8. Palma Byrd Schelgel. Driver s name in parenthesis a Yogi record new York up a Yogi Berra of the new York Yankees holds the record of having been a member of world championship baseball teams no less than to times. At pm Aid Ca it sir ski he s got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. A Mem Nam Pfout my Kilt Mhz ism it Al Eom a Niimi la Urmston Munn Hiu Cristi Why not give your Grad a Fine radio tape recorder or a stereo phone we feature All famous names. Magna Vox o.e., we Cor Panasonic Teledu skin Concord and Beu charge accounts invited Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main St. Dial 4419626 Bennington it. Bennington Banner monday june to 1963-7 annual softball meeting minor league results will outline tournament a rabies shot in his hindquarters was t exactly what King Center wanted saturday afternoon but unfortunately he was outnumbered. His owner mrs. Theodore Green second from left holds on tight with the Aid of Norma Dorman of Pownal Road left. King was of some 700 Bennington county dogs Given shots saturday afternoon in the Bennington Village garage by or. Clyde Lanfair right and or. Walter Lagrange of Shaftsbury. Staff photo Buckler a Young dog fancier Waits to Register her pet at the rabies clinic saturday in the Bennington Village garage. The Pooch seems less than pleased about the Prospect of having a Needle stuck in his hindquarters. Hinsdale raceway entries first race a Trot class a i mile $500. I. Always mine Lynaugh 2. Harborton Beckwith 3. National Hanover so Mesku 4. Bertram Junior Partridge 5. Dick Lybrook Mattison 6. Even Demon Clay Copeland 7. Darn it silk or 8. Butternut Maurine Cater a Homestretch Harvy Siewierski or. Kildare Ryan. Second race a Pace class a i mile $500. I. Rogerdale Somerville 2. White Likely Cole 3. Tops Lybrook Culhane 4. Miss to Devine 5. Foggy escort Lowe 6. Or. Eddie d. Constantino 7. Killarney Jane Lara la 8. In Dico Star Nason a Lebanon boy Mattison Woodlawn Jerry Gilman. Third race a Trot class a i mile $500. I. Ohio Demon Kane 2. Per is chord Watson 3. Mystery Comet Stone 4. Shady Dale Nugget Gagne 5. Peggy Regent Peter 6. Everett Scott Mccarthy or 7. Pershing a lad Foster 8. Kerry worthy Sylvia a no key Blake. Fourth race a Pace claiming i mile com Price $800 $500. I. Lakeside Scott Nason 2. Shower Bolt Watson 3. High Sierra Collins 4. Hobo Burgess 5. Direct image Mattison 6. Maxine s Volo Kane 7. Homestretch Justy Foster 8. Aubrey York Mattison a Maybell Watson Bardwell Beckwith. Fifth race a Pace class a i mile $500. I. Borde View Peter Nason 2. Knight Patch Sullivan 3. Money solicitor Burgess 4. Sober counsel Foster 5. Dawn mite . T Ennis Crown Cambridge mass. Apr Winchester High which win the Massachusetts Crown now owns the 1963 new England Schoolboy Tennis championship. Winchester Defeated Hingham s Bay state Kings 3-0 in the final saturday. Summer typing june 24-july to 8-10 am Cost of course $25.00 of interested clip this Coupon and mail to Bennington High school name. Address Tel. Hoosick Falls softball Loop Hoosick Falls . A the games last week in the Hoosick Falls softball league were of a mixed variety. On tuesday night the Hilltop of Johnsonville bombed Haydens by the score of 10-3 As Tom Connally posted his first win of the season. Haydens were Hurt by numerous errors. Dick Sherman was the losing Pitcher with Bill Weeden in Relief. Red Ryan was the hitting Star for the winners and Joe club had a triple and single for the losers. On wednesday night the Battle of the unbeaten s unfolded and Salluzzo were the masters by the score of 7-5. Billy Rudd of Bennington continued his Fine pitching by garnering the win. Jim Hart took the loss his first of the season. De Sweeney Lumberjack first baseman had three hits for Salluzzo coming in the 7th inning to wrap up the Ball game. Jack Ryan had a Home run for the Hilltop. W l pct. Go Salluzzo s 5 i 1.000 Hilltop 4 i .800 i Hayden a i 3 .250 3% Ruditis i 4 .200 4 b amp d 0 3 too 4 Gagne 6. Hardy a Beau Mckee 7. Brooke Dillard Pease 8. Macketta Day a Impromptu Chase. Sixth race a Pace class c 3, i mile $600. I. Miss Blu blood Winters 2. Peanuts Purdue Day 3. Groton boy Cleary 4. Indian guide Sheehy or 5. Leonid Hogan 6. Eva Robinson 7. Dugger song Foster 8. Parkie Hal Field Al evening coast Sorrentino. Seventh race a Pace,classc3 i mile $600. I. Bonette Day 2. Kandy Royal Pike 3. Crafty k. Robinson 4. Mountain glow Mattison 5. Jonsie direct Hogan 6. Frisky freight silk or 7. s Glenn Winters 8. Lena Faber Foster a Jody direct Copeland. Eighth race a Pace class c 2, i mile $700. I. Bab Ermite Day 2. Stars son Kellogg 3. Chief Bill John Day 4. Broken sword Harp or 5. Flashy coast Copeland 6. Rhythm kid Virag 7. Kings time 8. Or. Fix Hig gins. Ninth race a Pace class a i mile,$500. I. Virginia Dolmont Burgess 2. Short fuse Edmunds 3. Gay Beau Colbath 4. Mighty George 5. Little quickly Cope land 6. Symbol Dale Kellogg 7. Little Chimes Robinson 8. Amosson s Oscar Plante or. A hot Java silk or. Fight results new York a Emile Griffith 140%, new York out pointed Luis Rodriguez 146%, Miami 15. Griffith regained world welterweight title. Tokyo a Charles Shipes 150, Oakland calif., knocked out no Boru Salto 1543/4, Japan 4. Mexico Ramirez 124%, Mexico out pointed Eloy Sanchez 126, Mexico 12. Ramirez retained mexican featherweight title. Clark captures belgian up Quot in rain storm by the associated press Franco champs Belgium apr Bruce Mclaren of new zealand who landed second place in the belgian automobile grand prix on the Franco champs Road circuit has taken the Lead in the standings for the world driving championships. Mclaren driving a Cooper Climax of the official Cooper team moved into second place in the race sunday when the leaders Britain s Jimmy Clark and Dan Gurney Riverside calif., slowed Down when a driving rain storm drenched the course. Clark driving a Lotus Climax of the official Lotus team won it in 2 hours 27 minutes 47.6 seconds an average of 113.789 Miles per hour the 32-Lap, 280 Miles course. Mclaren was clocked in 110.110 . Baseball stars by the associated press batting Ernie Banks cubs slugged three homers for four runs batted in As Chicago lost to National league leading los Angeles 11-8 pitching a Dick Radatz red sox pitched six scoreless innings striking out to in 3-2, 14-inning Triumph Baltimore Rutland a the Vert Amateur softball association will hold its annual Spring meeting Here at the new Rutland recreation Center at 86 Center St. Saturday june 22 at 3 an. Any softball team in Vermont intending to enter and compete in the state s tournament com tuition should have a team or ague representative present at e june 22 meeting. This meeting will the registration period for teams in both the fast pitch or class a division and the Low pitch or class b division of softball play in the state. The registration period closes to Days later on july i. All teams must first Register regardless of the division in which they compete and then they May submit their tournament entry applications. The Basic tournament outlines will be set at the june 22 meeting at Rutland. This would include the consideration of Sites for championship round and District tourney action. The same rules apply As in the past relative to tourney entry Competition. Any team . Open eliminations by the associated press Dow Finsterwald Jack Fleck and Deane Beman All former National champions were among those required to qualify 36 holes of medal play today As the final stage of eliminations began to pick a 150-Man Field for the . Open Golf championship. Thirty berths in the championship proper scheduled june 20-22 at the country club Brookline mass., were at stake at six locations. Finsterwald former pea Champ was among 31 pros and amateurs seeking seven berths in the Cincinnati sectional. Fleck former King headed the Field of 42 going after nine berths at Chicago and Beman former . And British Amateur titlist was among 31 trying for six berths at Washington . Elsewhere there were two spots available at Denver four at Kansas City and two at Portland Ore. Ninety nine places Are to be filled in the tuesday eliminations bringing to 129 the number of survivors from an original non exempt list of 2,403. Of the entry list of 2,424, Dew Dong Champion Jack Nicklaus my 20 others received total exemptions from the two stages of qualifying. Authorized dealer of Bigelow carpets is eligible to compete in their respective division of tourney play provided they and All of the teams in the league in which they compete have registered with the Vermont softball association. It is anticipated that the newest Rule incorporated into the state by Laws for last years tourney action will still be in effect and that will be that every member of any team playing in any tourney leading to a title in the Vermont softball association be a resident of the state. Vermont softball commis Sione Lbruce Campbell of White River Junction has called the meeting at Rutland and again cautions All teams or leagues to have representatives at this meeting to bring their clubs and circuits up to Date on state playoff plans of team or league representatives cannot be present. Campbell advises representatives absent to Contact him As Early As possible for details. International league sunday s results Syracuse 6-3, Arkansas 5-2fe Atlanta 6-2, Toronto 5-6 Columbus 5-1, Indianapolis 4-3 Jacksonville 16-0, Rochester 5-5 Buffalo 5-4, Richmond 4-3 saturday s results Syracuse to Arkansas 3 Toronto 3, Atlanta 2 Columbus 4, Indianapolis 3 15 innings Rochester 6, Jacksonville 4 Richmond 5, Buffalo 0 Pacific coast league Seattle 1-0, Portland 0-2 Oklahoma City 9-6, san Diego 4-3 Hawaii 7-9, Denver 2-8 Spokane i Tacoma 0 Dallas fort Worth at Salt Lake postponed rain saturday s results Dallas fort Worth 8, Salt Lake i Tacoma 4-5, Spokane 0-0 Hawaii 5, Denver 4 Portland 8, Seattle 3 starting this week and every week tuesday special first Quality merchandise honestly marked Down from original retail to the lowest Quot sell out Quot Price. Washable Cotton poplin lined jacket Reg. $399 2.33 what a value at this Price Cardigan neck Cotton lined Silvery buttons or Collar style Cotton lined Metal buttons. Girls 7-14. graduation or father $ Day give a watch choose from Boru Buovo Croton priced from 52475. Fienberg a i easy terms 447 main St. Benn., it. Boneless shoulder Steak Juicy and flavorful super right Quality heavy steer beef super right Quality heavy steer beef rib Steak la 69 fresh Georgia peaches Sunnybrook Grade a fresh eggs medium size Doz i Sultana it Jar salad dressing 35c Ann Page it ao0 Jar itt Large 8-Inch i la 8 of regular 49c Savi Ioc Mayonnaise Large 8-Inch i la 8 of Rei Cherry pie Jane Parker special save 24c Angel food ring arc Jane Parker o j Reg. 59c 210 North Bennington Road Price effective Etall a super Market in Iii town All cig Aret tobacco and alcoholic Bov Orogo or of opt for plaid stamp off

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