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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 11, 1966, Bennington, Vermont I 2�? Benn i Egton Banner saturday june la 1966 880 world record of 1 44.9 set by Kansas freshman Jim Ryun Terre haute ind. Up a Jim Ryun Kansas 19-year-old freshman sensation smashed the 880-Yard world record Friday night in 1 44.9 in the . Track and Field federa ton championships. 52.9. With Ryun third. But seconds after the gun signalled the final Lap the Long legged Ryun made his move and easily pulled away from the Field. Ryun will run the mile saturday and is scheduled to run on his team s mile relay. The fourth annual Usuff meet at Indiana state University opened As the athletic group was embroiled in another sanctioning dispute with the Amateur athletic Union. The aau announced thursday night that athletes competing in this meet would be banned from its National championship in two weeks unless a Sanction was obtained. Meet officials ignored the warning. Ryun eclipsed the previous world record of 1 45.1 set by new zealand s Peter Snell in 1962. The old american record 1 46.4, was set by Morgan Groth of Oregon state two years ago. Ryun who Only last saturday set an american record in the mile in 3 53.7, missing the world record by a tenth of a second took the Lead with about 380 Yards to go and won going away. He led the pack by about 20 Yards at the finish. Tom von Ruden of the Oklahoma state track club was second in 1 47.9 and Lowell Paul Ryun s teammate on the Jay Hawk track club was third in 1 48. Don Tillman of Ohio University who placed fifth was the Leader at the Halfway Mark in season s first no hitter thrown by Sonny Seibert Cleveland up a Sonny Siebert aided by third baseman Max Alves leaping one handed catch in the eighth inning pitched the first no hitter of the 1966 major league season Friday night when he hurled the Cleveland indians to a 2-0 Victory Over the Washington senators. The first no hitter by a Cleveland Pitcher since Bob Feller pitched the third of his career on july i 1951, was preserved when Alves made a leaping Stab of a line drive by Don lock with one out in the eighth inning. The closest to a hit until then was a liner by Bob Saverne which first baseman Fred Whitfield snared starting Oil these tenth. The 29-year-old 200-Pound right hander from St. Mary a mo., allowed Onia two senators to reach base a Dick Nen walked on a 3 and 2 pitch with one out in the fifth inning and Paul Casanova was Safe on shortstop Chico Salmon s error with two out in the eighth. Myca softball league begins second half Leon Wagner staked Seebert to a 1-0 Lead in the first inning when he hit his sixth Homer of the season and the indians scored their other run in the third on vie Dav Lillo s walk and stolen base and Salmon a single to Center Field. With a partisan crowd of 15,000 cheering him on in the ninth Siebert completed the no hitter by retiring Pinch hitter Fred Valentine on a grounder to second baseman Dick Bowser for the final cutout. Don Blasingame opened the ninth by rolling out Whitfield to Siebert covering first and Bob Saverne flied out to left fielder Chuck Hinton for the second out. Siebert a 16-game Winner in 1965 who had a 4-3 Mark this season who had a 4-3 Mark this season entering the game struck Ait seven batters. He was throw it. Snow course opens a the it. Snow Golf and country club opens its fairways for the summer season today. The first nine holes Are open to the Public with Green fees of $3 weekdays and $4 weekends and holidays. Season rates Are available. Club pro Sandy Rustin is available for instruction every Day except monday. According to Harvey Clifford it. Snow general manager work on a second nine holes will begin soon and the full 18-holes Are expected to be playable by late 1967. Snow Lake Lodge the Summit Gondola skating rink and swimming Pool will open june 18. behind the dimples modern loll Ball a product Joe Strzesak Union Carbide shortstop was elected president of the Bennington area Myca softball league Early this week. Augie Brownell was elected vice president and Loomis Dana Myca Secretary was made Secretary treasurer. Cushman la guard to Cushman eked exit a one run win Over guard monday in the two teams first meeting in the second half of Myca softball league play. Cushman s 19-hit attack was led by Milt Goffin and Jim Morrissey who were four for four. John Billert had three hits for or and William Bruso was tagged with the loss. Locals 25, Cushman 16 locals used a massive 324iit attack to Down Cushman at Tan Sitor Field thursday. The game was tied 14-14 at the end of seven innings but locals put across nine runs in the eighth to wrap up the win. I reekers 11h Ijuro 10 Catcher Francis Moon and shortstop Kenneth Lorette had three hits each in the 16-hit wreckers attack thursday. One of Moon s hits was the game s Only Home run. Ray Rogers and Don Decker had triples for Bijur. Decker and John Patter were three for four at the plate. Augie Brownell got credit the win. For standings w l sales 2 0 Carbide i 0 locals i 0 wreckers i 0 Cushman i i Bijur 0 i Globe 0 2 guard 0 2 tuesday s game Between locals and wreckers and Bijur and Carbide were rained out. Ing so hard in the late innings that the Force of his follow through frequently carried him several feet off the Mound. Married and the father of two children Siebert pitched the no hitter in his Lith Start and 12th appearance of the season. He had lost his last Start to the Minnesota twins and lost to the senators 4-3, May 18 when he faced them the previous time this year. The no hitter was the first pitched against the senators since Bob Keegan of the Chicago White sox did it on aug. 20, 1957. Of space age technology by Dick of i Chi sports la Rifer new Bedford mass. Up a of you knew How much technology and tender Loving care went into it you d be More embarrassed than angry the next time you lose your Golf Ball in the rough. In fact of you had any idea How much time Effort and exacting standards i takes to make just one Ball you might be a trifle shy about whacking the thing with your dirty old Golf club in the first place. But the people who make those frustrating Little White pellets in this instance the Golf Ball division of Acushnet process sales co., Swallow their Pride and produce balls including their widely used pet title is by the thousands. The trouble is that they Don t know which Ball will to get putted Home for $25,000 in a major pro tournament and which will be hooked or sliced off the first tee at one of the 8,700 Golf courses in the United states. They do know that something like eight million players will be attempting Golf in varying degrees and with mixed Success this year. And those eight million will use up one Heck of a lot of Golf balls. So they keep their fingers and machines pretty Busy at Acushnet. The thing that galls the average Golf Ball maker is that the Bennington drive in now thru sat. June 8-11 Wali Nix y Disner we \ Dachshund technicolor and Altos next n a Hammy my own. Also a Elvis Presler roustabout Quot one Complete show at dusk this Fri. Amp sat. Only feature shown first children under 12 f ree starts Sun. 12 golfers Don t know How much work goes into that Little dimpled thing. For example did you Ever bother to count those dimples while you re waiting your turn at the first tee Don t bother. There Are at least 336 on a Good Hall Why simple. A smooth Ball develops suction and is erratic in flight and lands in the water Hazard 90 Yards off the tee. A dimpled Ball is supposed to spin through the air with the dimples breaking the suction. It is supposed to follow a straight pattern and travel nearly 300 per cent further about 250 Yards. But there a a lot More to Golf balls than the dimples. The process goes Back to the size of the rocks the shepherds Bat Little league Bennington electronics 19, eagles i electronics moved into a first place tie with Moose Friday by defeating the eagles in a game making up the rained out meeting tuesday. Moose and electronics have 2-0 records. Four hitters headed up electronics punch at the plate. First baseman Fred Brown hit two singles a double and a triple and scored three times. Pitcher John Hart who struck out 14, had two singles and a double. Robin Harrington Cen Terf Lelder scored each time after he got on with two doubles and a single. Shortstop Bruce Prouty hit three singles. The Lone Eagle run came in the third inning when Joe la Cross walked took second on a passed Ball and went Home on an error. Barry Lebarron Keith Par Rizo and Conrad Pizzaro shared pitching chores for the losers. Ted around with their Crooks before anybody Ever heard of Arnold Palmer. The first so called manufactured Golf Ball was a fistful of owl feathers stuffed into a Little horse hide casing Back in the 15th Century. But owl feathers ran Short about 400 years later so in 1848, europeans imported a gum from West Indian shrubs and Trees known As Gutt Percha. With it they began producing Golf balls not unlike the ones you buy in the pro shop or fish out of the Brook today. The space age technology that is lavished on Golf balls stems mostly from the search for consistency. Golfers they figure Are inconsistent enough. An inconsistent Golf Ball could turn golfers into Tennis players by the millions in nothing Flat. Acushnet starts by meeting . Golf association standards like weight under 1.620 ounces diameter less than 1.680 inches Harte theatre now thru tues. June 14th i be. 6 30 and 8 30 Sun. Mat. 2 . R a is Iasi a Dean \ Martin As Matt Helm the a 3tflla Stevens Lauah Lavi cd Chariss Columbia color special sat. Mat. 2 . Starring Dudley Coster a mum production Plis five cartoons and a velocity greater than 255 feet per second when tested on Urga equipment at 75 degrees fahrenheit. In the process they freeze a liquid or rubber Center before precision wrapping it with silts of lubricated vulcanized rubber thread. Next comes the cover two hemispherical cups made of South american balata and that stuff again Gutta Percha. The covers Are generally applied by heated Hydraulic presses which emboss the dimples before the balls Are Quick Frozen again for buffing. Then comes Vulcanizing and painting. Through the whole process Acushnet conducts More tests than the selective service people. They test for roundness a Ray for concentricity paint composition hard hitting driving critical velocity compression endurance sound Bounce Center Bounce temperature environment cutting weight wind resistance and consistency. Saratoga entries saturday june la 19bo first�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. . Connie Howard 2. Cathy 3. Lot to go Kelly 4. Blythe spirit Staker 5. Adios Gregory Ambo 6. Fly Fly aces Bloodgood 7. Debbie Day Fanelly 8. Sprite a Little doll Good Adios second Pace Miles 600 1. Win Hui lady Tingley 2. Lumber lady Olin 3. Billie o boy Arthurs 4. Creed chief Dev Lezzlo 5. Dash for Cash Childs 6. Scottish Adlow Dupre 7. chances Coppola 8. Luh put a big tree Joe Thi Rdv Trot a he�?$600 1. Cheerio pick Dunn 2. Royal glory Kelly 3. Averill boy Howard 4. Runnymede sonnet Helmer 5. Tyson Dale Boucher 6. Texas Start Dupre 7. Collyer a Pride Butcher 8. Runnymede Cathy Coppola a Ella dares Trivo in ll1 1 ti.-, in lit. To Moiten Homick his Tokuju now thru Sun. I be Pfadt of secret of life Tea once a thief or. Terror House of horrors fourth�?pace�?mile�?$630 1. Rebel land Pride Mcquigge 2. Mambo by Labarge 3. Tax escort Hamilton 4. Chevy Ridge Gladys Staker 5. Adios Sunshine Arthurs 6. Missy deep Davis 7. Dory Chubby Butcher 8. Bit o Luck Richards a celtic Earle fifth�?trot�?mile�?$700 1. Cool Yankees Arthurs 2. Ginger Spring Wood Davis 3. Clever Ina Staker 4. Jet fighters Bromley 5. The Minchy Boucher 6. Lionel 7. Sim Hanover Heeney 8. Moon shooter Peckham a burning Blaze sixth�?pace�?mile�?$650 1. Willow Brook Dick Cassavaugh 2. Sharp threat Hamilton 3. Chatham Nick Heeney 4. Log Anda Eldavis 5. Coffee pot Arthurs 6. Prince bully Brooks Ross 7. Or. Medicine Many Goodsell 8. Wolsk Broom direct Smith a jumbo Thomas seventh�?pace�?mile�?$1,000 1. Pure Leisure a Larouech 2. First Nighter Lefebvre 3. Widowers action Coppola 4. Irma s girls Pease 5. Pansy Adios Masten 6. Shady Dale hostess Mcquigge 7. Carol done a fiesta Olin 8. Vigorous Wick Staker eighth Pace Miles $1,000 1. Gold bar Mcdonald 2. Stone chief Kelly 3. Post kill Jonnies Watson 4. Modest boy Lamb 5. Bob away Heeney 6. Al Faber Howard 7. Evelyn a Prince Bromley 8. Ensigns Vestal Pease ninth Pace Miles $1,500 1. Erin of Dudley Staker 2. Miss Baker Adios Lefebvre 3. Denny View Goodsell 4. W. W Smith Parker 5. Silver boy Richards 6. June Dale chips Howard 7. Brindle lass Arthurs 8. Success Saint Olin a Irma a lady tenth�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Lusty Abbey Hamilton 2. Charmette Coppola 3. Deeds Estrellita fuss 4. Colonie girls Jevons 5. Newport news Heeney 6. Eric a Prince Tingley 7. Mission Dale Kelly 8. Jarrettown. Cliffy Arthurs a big tree Joe Cumbee the winners while Glenn Hebert Roy Farnum and Bob Babson had two each. Farnum was the winning Pitcher. Sales 20, Globe 8 sales held Globe Union to eight hits while pounding out 28 themselves to extend their perfect record into the second half of Myca softball league play monday. Catcher Dick Dame was five for five for the winners. Pitcher Andy Mattison and George Daley each had four hits in five times at Bat. Phil Bushee George Haynes and Dave Kenyon had three hits apiece. Steve Cayne Dick Long and Art Callahan followed with two hits each. Dame and Mattison tripled for sales. Lead off Man Ray Wayne hit a Home run to account for Globe unions Only extra base hit. Carb Ide i 4g lobe 6 Bob Blodgett had a perfect Day in four trips to the plate Asun Ion Carbide stopped Globe Union wednesday on memorial Field. Blodgett and his teammates banged out a total of 22 hits. Three Battery boys Len an Al Reno Dick Connell and Don Murphy a were three for four. Bernie Miller was the winning Pitcher. Left fielder Ray Ware led globes 14-hit attack with three singles. Sales 25, guard 7 in a game at tans Tor Field wednesday sales crushed guard in the second win of the season for the first half champs. Sales Dick Dame had a perfect Day at the plate and scored All five times he got on base. George Haynes was also five for five for the winners. Greg Dwyer and Victor Lamb had three hits each for guard. Andy Mattison was winning pitch Green Mountain Park announcer Calls harness and Flat races Pownal a although race calling is not a rare profession it still Isnit considered a common form of wage earning. But at Green Mountain Park a rarity in the form of Tony Butler does exist in the Art of calling races. Butler who comes from Amsterdam n.y., Calls the harness meeting at Green Mountain in the Early Spring and switches Over to the Flats in May. Calling Flat races according to Butler is More difficult than giving an account of the running of a harness race. A you have More time with the harness horses a says Butler. A most races Are a mile and you done to usually get More than one or two horses making a move together during the harness race. Whereas Flat races Are All distances and the horses Are moving much faster and changing positions More but i think the toughest part Ai calling thoroughbreds is knowing the colors. You Only have two or three minutes to memorize the Odd mixtures of colors and you can to make Butler was born in Amsterdam in 1922. He attended Wilbur h. Lynch High school until the War broke out in 1941. For the next four years butlers life was spent listening to another Type announcer who came Over the loud speaker with the familiar phrase to All Navy men Quot now hear Tony landed his first race announcing Job with Hinsdale raceway in Hinsdale mass., in 1958. From there Butler worked at Monticello Goshen Maywood Park Chicago a where he still Hinsdale entries saturday june la 1966 first�?pace�?$500 1. Grand Wuy Kane 2. Or. Matt la Gagne 3. Peggy a Broom Cornellier 4. Hunter Paladino 5. Enchantment Gilman 6. Broken sword Harp 7. Nancy girls Lacombe 8. Painter Guy Hinds a Dukes girls Mccarthy Scottie go Allen second�?pace�?$500 1. Miss Erma sue Day 2. Investigator Smith 3. Congress George Blake 4. Queens Mike Reynolds 5. Titus Byrds slew Lersky 6. Mighty Judy Church 7. Scotch Rock ate Gagne a k Bumpass Marshall Peter g Scott silk third�?pace�?$500 1. Meadow chert Fesh 2. K c King slew Lersky 3. Goldie Burns Allen 4. Nifty a Steppy Andersen 5. Miss Pauline pm Field 6. Jim zen silk 7. High Bonds Collins 8. Alta Nalra silk a Irish cardinals Cross High caste Faucher fourth�?pace�?$500 1. Standy shall Dudek 2. Chocko Yotte David Mckenny 3. M h we Gilman 4. Honey dolls Cross 5. Gay Frank Smith 6. Granite Gay 7. Of a aids Boyd 8. Edna Leo Tremblay a bold Eddie Cor Euler Gary boy Faucher fifth�?pace�?$600 1. Gimme gang Hoyle 2. Dal Ritz a Snaith 3. Maggie lands 4. Majors Buster Sylvia 5. Mecca mine Westover 6. Ned Rose Croft Mckenny 7. Pirouette Day 8. Bordner Hanover silk sixth�?pace�?$700 1. Miss lady View silk 2. Prince Volos Srygley 3. Worthy John Day 4. Lucknow a Ronnie Gilman 5. Berkley Byrds Beckwith 6. Bloc Crest Pink constants d 7. Hawaiian Orchid Collins 8. Rebel land Harry Church seventh�?pace�?$800 1. Polly Dew Mckenny 2. Or. Chocko Yottey Day 3. Nib Abbot Gilman 4. Shelton Abbey Morrill 5. Success comets Mattison 6. Adios illusion Harp 7. Polaris Hanover Beckwith 8. Chocko Yotte Frank slew Lersky eighth�?pace�?$1,000 1. Morry dares Mattison 2. Lakeside Start Britt 3. Majestic pick Beckwith 4. Glenn h we Maynard 5. Bobble Lite Boyd 6. Chief Bill John Day ninth�?pace�?$500 1. Ritzy Bill Harp 2. Gala Melody Westover 3. Annie Dell Andersen 4. Brown King Smith 5. Or. Palad lne Faucher 6. Madeline Mir Day 7. Mister lady Day 8. Kile direct Hassapelis a Happy Mike Reynolds j Osella Thompson Calls the fall meet a and at Many fairs before Landing the calling chores at Green Mountain. Butler was seriously injured last fall in Auto Accident in Illinois. He suffered damage to the spine and is forced to Wear a Brace but his doctor foresees Complete recovery. Butlers Clear voice and accurate Calls were not affected by the mishap. He is one of the better announcers in the business today. Butler does no to make Many mistakes a of any a but he has had a couple of bad experiences. One was during a harness race at a fair meet. He drank a bottle of soda pop just before the race and developed the hic cups. His calling had an extra Bounce the fans thought was hilarious. Needless to say he Sticks to water now. Green Mountain announcer Tony Butler race Anit Juncer at Green Mountain Park in Pownal memorizes the jockeys colors minutes before race time. When calling the race Butler gets a horses name from his riders colors rather than the number of the horse. 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