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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Walking shorts. Long on style Comfort and a great gift for dad. Burt Bros work i All makes of cars 113 depot Street Bennington vt., the Beauty of this set will please you. A the Low Price will Surprise you come in and see our display c summer mets 5-2, 8-Bennington Banner monday june 14, 1965 Kenyon resigns at rfcs takes Job at Guilderland dodgers sweep 4-3, increase National league Lead Hoosick Falls . A Harold c. Bud Kenyon of 53 Wilder ave. In Hoosick Falls who has teen physical education teacher varsity football and basketball coach As Well As coordinator of the physical education and the athletic departments of the Hoosick Falls Central school for the past six years has submitted his resignation to the school Board. Kenyon has accepted a position As head football coach and Junior High physical education teacher of the Guilderland Central school in Guilderland Center South of Schenectady. The Guilderland school is a class Quot a school in the area competing in the suburban Council. The move is one of advancement for Kenyon who is interested in football at the Large school level. During his six years with the local school Kenyon established a record of achievements. The record of both his football and basketball teams increased each year he was coach and in 1964 the football team emerged Coelia pions undefeated in league Dlay. In 1960, Kenyon introduced 11-Man football to the school. In 1962 he fostered a program which led to wrestling becoming a varsity sport. In the same year he introduced the annual High school football clinic to Section ii of new York state. A native of Bristol vt., Kenyon is a graduate of Bristol High school. He attended Springfield College for four years graduating with a . Degree in nor Shaf i minor i rag no Marting lord ii is Day i git i a meeting of the no Shaft minor league has been scheduled for wednesday night at 6 15 at the Little league Field in North Bennington. The meeting is for boys in the no Shaft minor league and their parents. Physical education and health. At Springfield he was co Captain of the football team. Kenyon did graduate work at Albany state College and North Adams state teachers College. He served in the . Marines for four years having seen duty in the Western Pacific and China. Before coming to Hoosick Falls he was athletic director at Oriskany ., Central school for three years. He is married and the father of five children four boys and a girl. Kenyon will assume his new duties in september. Pirates win 6-5 with fourth i ii ii in Quot to me hark Arlington a the pirates Defeated the indians 6-6 saturday afternoon in no Shaft Arlington Little league play to remain in first place with a 3-1 record. Jim Edgerton collected two hits to Lead the pirates to their Victory. The league leaders came from behind in the fourth inning and tallied four runs to take the Lead. Winning Pitcher was Larry Hoyt in Relief fifth and the loss went to reliever Steve Ulearey. Back in time Baltimore orioles Sam Bowens dives Back to first base As red sox Pitcher Bill Monbouquette attempts a pick off in the fifth inning of the game Between the two american league teams in Boston sunday. First baseman is Lee Thomas. The orioles won 1-0. Green Mountain Park gets ready for summer meet starting Friday Pownal a All is ready for the opening of the 11-week-plus summer thoroughbred race meeting at Green Mountain Park to begin this Friday evening june 18, it was announced by Vincent Bartimo vice president and general manager. In All a total of 69 racing programs will be presented during the summer meeting which will end on labor Day with an afternoon Holiday card. Racing Secretary e. J. Bud Sears has received applications from horsemen from throughout new England West Virginia Canada Ohio Michigan and new York who have indicated they will race at Green Mountain Park for the meeting which will Mark the fifth thoroughbred meeting in the three years of operation of the track. Among the better known owners who will Campaign at Green Mountain Park this summer Are d. C. Armstrong j. E. Patterson c. J. Cooper b. Gottsman v. Davis j. Hess t. Kenwood r. Lawrence a. Pineau b. Sar Donis mrs. A. Fabrizio t. J. Sims w. W. Smith and d. J. Deluke. Ready for action on the thirteen sixteenths of a mile race Oval Are such Well known thoroughbred campaigners As Beckham Black the chief colonel trouble Irish Coffee Mamie s relic natural Brier Texas Eon a triple Blitzer glory Cross heat lamp divine Sara rare dance Mcdogle my buyer live dangerously coached Durbin Wilson rip Road top show and finer Days. There Are currently some 600 horses on the grounds and there Are indications there will be More than 900 horses ready when the drawing for the opening evening takes place. The jockey Colony will include such Well known riders As Tommy Thorndike b. M. Wilson Sam Donato Johnny polion Robert and Allen Fairbanks George Leone Santo Gabriele Kenny Pruden Ward Sigler Tony Masia Danny Meehan Roy Parker Rafael Tejada Conn Ledezma and Marcus Diaz. Track supt. Bruno Angeli and his Crew have been at work doing Over the entire racing surface after the completion of the Spring harness meeting May 31 and from the reports from horsemen who have worked out to Date the track will be in a razor Sharp Quot condition opening night. Plans Call for a nine race card each evening monday through thursday with to race programs Friday and saturday evenings. Post time is 7 45 each evening with daily double windows closing at 7 40. The twin double introduced to the Tri City area in the fall of 1963, will be continued raced As the fifth sixth seventh and eighth races. Commented Bartimo a we Are looking Forward to a very successful meeting based on the summer meeting of 1964 in which giants Edge dodgers 6-4 with fourth inning rally North Bennington a the next Little league game to be giants Defeated the dodgers 6-4 with a big fourth inning rally saturday afternoon in nor played in North Bennington tuesday night at six. Shaft Arlington Little league giants a r h play on the strength of three Deforge of i 2 0 walks and two singles in the Moore of i 0 0 Bottom of the fourth. Rice of 2 i 0 in the first inning both teams Wansbury 3b i i i tallied two runs and a tie re Rice c i i i Maine until the fourth when Kinney 3b i 0 0 the giants brought four men Perkins is 3 0 i across the plate. Paul Wansbury Murphy 2b i 0 0 collected three Bis As he singled Cross of 3 0 0 with the bases loaded to give Dunn p 2 i 0 the giants the Lead. Krawczyk la 2 0 0 the dodgers tried hard to catch up but could tally just one run in the fifth and sixth in totals dodgers 18 6 3 rings. Carroll 2b 4 2 2 the giants took their Victory Stratton pub 3 0 i with just three hits while the Jacobs 3b 3 i 0 dodgers garnered seven and had Peacock is 3 0 i the Only extra base hits of the King of 3 0 i game As Keith Carroll and ter Couch of 2 0 0 by King unloaded doubles in the Kenyon of 0 i 0 contest. Kings double was in Cole c 3 0 i the first inning and knocked in Gates la p 3 0 i the dodgers first two runs. Crossman of i 0 0 winning Pitcher was Teddy Harrington of 2 0 0 Dunn and the loss was charged to Hector Stratton. Totals 27 4 7 the red sox and the dodgers dodgers 2 0 0 0 i i a 4 will be the contestants in the giants 2 0 0 4 0 x a 6 Green Mountain Park experienced the finest thoroughbred meeting of its Short three year career. The acceptance of thoroughbred racing on an evening basis has been such that we Here at Green Mountain Park Are doubling our efforts to present our patrons not Only with the finest racing facility in the area but also with the finest in racing. The stewards stand will be manned by the Leo of Donnell or. John g. Cattle and Charles Henry All veterans of thoroughbred racing for Many years at tracks including tropical Park Hialeah Gulf Stream Rockingham and Ascot Park. Of Donnell will be returning to Green Mountain after an absence of a year and will act As the state Steward representing the state racing commission. Clerk of Scales is Mark Harris who served As a patrol judge at Green Mountain in the past with Landon sixty Bressnan As paddock judge and patrol judge. Placing judges include june Henry Mike Limiero and John Huggins with Guy Clank named As a patrol judge. Bill Calvert and his Crew will again get the Fields away from the starting Gate with Glenn rub Lee As observer at the Start. Bob Dow will be the official timer with Dan Lamar As the track clocker. Dave Mccauley will return As horse identifier with the stall supt. Clare Crutchfield. Bartimo added a we Are very highly pleased to have been Able to secure some of the top Grade thoroughbred officials for this summer meeting. Their experience and varied backgrounds in the highly Complex sport of thoroughbred racing will enable Green Mountain Park to present the Public the finest Caliper of thoroughbred racing in the Tri state generals Down Manchester 9-0 Manchester a the Arlington generals Defeated the Manchester squad in the Maple Valley league by a score of 9-0 with Paul Wilcox chucking a two hitter while fanning to and walking four. The generals scored their runs in the first 3third 3and seventh 3 innings on nine hits three walks and two errors. Millard Vaughn led the generals with two hits while Jim Edgerton Brad Stevens Jim Palmer Bob Millington Don Corey Paul Wilcox and Steve Spofford each garnered one hit during the game. By Fred Down up spores writer All the los Angeles dodgers famed youth and Speed would not be enough to keep them in first place if it weren to for the clutch heroics of Walter Alston so old the old guard does no to make the headlines As often As the dodgers Young stars but they come through when the team needs them most. They did it again sunday when the dodgers swept a doubleheader from the new York mets 5-2 and 4-3, to increase their National league Lead to 31/2 games. Four players whose Ages total 135 years a Johnny Podres Wally Moon Jim Gilliam and Johnny Roseboro supplied the key pitching and hitting before 57,125 at new Yorkus Shea stadium a largest crowd in the majors this season. Podres 32, made a rare Relief appearance when the mets filled the bases with one out in the ninth inning of the Nightcap and preserved the one run Lead by retiring Roy Mcmillan and Charley Smith on foul popups. Moon 35, had climaxed the dodgers two run winning rally in the top of the Frame with a double that drove in Ron fairly. Gilliam 36, and recently reactivated from the coaching ranks delivered a key hit in each game while Roseboro 32, capped the dodgers four run fourth inning outburst with a double. Claude Osteen received credit for his fifth Victory in the first game and Ron Perran Oski was credited with his second win in the Nightcap. Ron Swoboda the mets 20-year-old a Hope of the future a went 3-for-6 with his 13th Homer a triple and a single. The dodgers gained a full game on the Milwaukee braves who beat the St. Louis cardinals 4-2, but then were walloped 12-2. The Pittsburgh pirates nipped the san Francisco giants 2-1, the Philadelphia Phillies Defeated the Houston astros 5-0, and the Cincinnati reds bounced Back from a 9-7 loss to beat the Chicago cubs 7-0, in other no games. In the american league Chicago edged Washington 2-1, Detroit nicked Minnesota 5-4, new York downed los Angeles 3-0, Baltimore topped Boston 1-0, and Cleveland Defeated Kansas City 5-2, after an 8-4 loss. Gene Oliver a two run tie breaking single in the eighth inning and Wade Blasingames four hit pitching paced the braves to their opening game Victory. But the cardinals returned with seven unearned runs in the fourth inning of the Nightcap and romped behind the eight hit pitching of Bob Pur key. The braves have won to of their last 13 games. Chris Krug and Ron Santo hit three run homers and Cal Koonce went 8 1-3 innings for his fifth Victory for the cubs but the reds gained a split behind Joey jays five hit pitch ing in the Nightcap. Frank Robinson drove in three runs with a double and a single for the reds in the second game. Billy Williams homered for the cubs in the opener. Vernon Law scored his fifth straight Victory after starting the season with five consecutive defeats when he pitched a three hitter against the giants. Law scored the winning run for the pirates in the seventh inning when he singled and tallied on Bill Var done a triple. The Victory was the pirates 20th in their last 23 games. Chris Short evened his record at 6-6 with a five hitter behind a 10-hit Philadelphia attack that included a Homer double and single by Tony Gonzalez. Short struck out 13 batters including Jim Wynn four times and allowed Only one Astro to reach third base. Eagles Down Moose 7-5, Stop sixth inning comeback the eagles Defeated the Moose 7-5 in Bennington Little league action sunday afternoon quelling a Moose comeback in the top of the sixth inning after tallying five runs in the fourth to take a 7-1 Lead. Moose garnered the first run of the game and led until the third inning by tallying one run in the first inning As Vern Pierce went to first on a fielders Choice advanced to second and third on an overthrow and scored As Chris Gates got on with an error. With two outs in the Bottom of the third inning the eagles brought Robin Outwater and Keith Lebarron Home on an error in Center Field with Outwater getting on base with a fielders Choice and Lebarron reaching the base paths with a bunt single. The eagles increased their Lead in the fourth inning and tallied five runs on two hits a walk and two errors. Steve Latif Barry Lebarron Duncan Keir Outwater and Keith Lebar Ron tallied the runs for the eagles with singles hit by Outwater and Steve Wright. Moose trying to regain lost ground started a comeback in the top of the sixth and last inning but could get just four runs across the plate and left one Man on base. Bruce Harris started things off by being hit by a pitched Ball and Joe Bizzarro was sent in As a runner for the Lead off Man. Pierce went to first on an error sending Bizzarro to second. Both men tallied As Chris Gates blasted a triple to right Field. De Messina singled in Pierce and moved to second on an error where he scored the fourth run of the inning on a single from Bucky Long. Long reached third base on passed balls but the next three men were retired in order to end the Ball game and give the eagles a 7-5 Victory. Skowron blasts two hits As Chison Down senators United press International the Chicago White sox have so much Good pitching that american league rivals sometimes forget they also have a big stick. He a Bill Skowron the Muscleman first baseman acquired in 1964, and he a giving the White sox the kind of punch they May need to parlay their pitching into a Pennant. Known As a Streak hitter during his career with the new York Yankees Between 1954 and 1962, the 34-year old first baseman is the White sox most consistent Long Ball threat with a .289 average seven homers and 28 runs batted in. Skowron delivered two big blows sunday to Lead the White sox to a 2-1 Victory Over the Washington senators that Cut the Minnesota twins first place Lead to a half game. The twins suffered their second consecutive loss when they bowed to the Detroit tigers 5-4. Pete Richert carried a 1-0 Lead Over the White sox into the top of the seventh inning extending his string of scoreless innings to 19, but Skowron homered deep into the upper left Field stands to tie the score. He came Back in the ninth inning after Floyd Robinsons Lead off double with a a wrong Way triple to right Field that produced the winning run for the sox. Hoyt Wilhelm who shut out the senators for the last two innings in Relief of Bruce Howard was credited with his first Victory of the season while Richert suffered his fifth setback against three wins. Hank Aguirre possibly the weakest hitter in the majors singled Home a seventh inning run that turned out to be decisive for the tigers when the twins Bob Allison hit a two run Homer in the eighth inning. Aguirre who had Given up earlier homers to Harmon Kille brew and Joe Nossek was hitting .087 when he singled with the bases filled in the seventh. Aguirre went eight innings to raise his season record to 7-2. The Yankees Defeated the los Angeles Angels 3-0, the Baltimore orioles nipped the Boston red sox 1-0 and the Cleveland indians scored a 5-2 win in a 6v2 inning rain curtailed Nightcap after the Kansas City athletics won the opener of their doubleheader 8-4, in other Al games. In the National league los Angeles downed new York 5-2 and 4-3, Philadelphia topped Houston 5-0, Pittsburgh edged out san Francisco 2-1, St. Louis routed Milwaukee 12-2 after a 4-2 loss and Cincinnati bounced Back from a 9-7 loss to beat Chicago 7-0. Whitey Ford pitched five hit Ball for 8 2-3 innings to Square his record at 6-6 for the Yankees and hand Fred Newman his fourth defeat against seven wins. The Yankees scored a i i their runs in the fourth inning with the help of a walk singles by Roger Maris Tom Tresh and Hector Lopez and a run Down play during which a run scored. Milt Pappas shut out the red sox on six hits for 8 1-3 innings and Stu Miller closed out the ninth for the orioles who scored the games Only run in the fifth on a double by Brooks Robinson an infield out and Johnny Oral not a sacrifice Fly. Bill Monbouquette suffered his seventh loss. Don Mossi gained his second win when the athletics scored five runs in the seventh inning of their opener but Lee Stange pitched a five hitter in the Nightcap to give the indians a split. Ken Harrison a three run Homer was the big blow in the Kansas City Victory while Chuck Hinton launched the indians winning four run second inning rally with his fifth Homer. Eagles a r h Keir is 3 i 0 Outwater p 3 2 i k. Lebarron of 3 2 1 Wright la 3 0 1 Devenow of 3 0 of Rousseau of 0 0 a Harwood 3b 3 0 1 a Blodgett 2b 2 0 0 Latif of 3 i of b. Lebarron c 0 i 0 Lacroix c 0 0 o. Totals 23 7 4 Moose Harris of 2 i 4 i 0 Bizzarro of 0 0 0 0 Pierce 2b 3 2 Gates p 3 i i Messina la 3 i 1 Long c 3 0 2 Racicot of 3 0 0. Knapp of 2 0 0 Babcock of 2 0 0 k. Brunina 3b 2 0 0 a d. Brunina is 2 0 0 totals 25 5 4 Moose too 0 0 4 _ 5 i eagles 0 0 2 5 0 x 7 Lucky 13 Detroit up a no. 13 obviously is Hank Aguirre a Lucky number. The Detroit Tiger Lethander has won seven games this season and three of them were scored on the 13th of the month. He teat the Kansas City athletics on april 13, the Washington senators on May 13, and sunday he Defeated the Minnesota twins. Add Beauty and convenience in a limited space remember dad r aluminized d 5�?� tube makes it perfect for personal viewing t t its Small. But its a packed with Power a in fact Quot seeing is believing Quot so Stop by today Bennington garage 324 main St. A dial 2-5496 with this 2 piece Bath set by in a a Persona a Way with his very own Micro to by Sony a or 24 or towing service Liggett-b0sw0rth Salex amp service North Bennington Road phone 442-4266 Bennington it. Playground registration is this Bennington Village recreation personnel will be at the Stark Street and memorial Park playgrounds thursday and Friday to Register boys and girls for the summer recreational program. The program is scheduled to get under Way on june 21. Playground personnel this year Are Charles Comstock director Ann Kuhn assistant director Susan Tifft Ann Smith Robert Baldwin and Stephen Early All of Bennington and Constance White of North Bennington. Breen state champs members of the Taconic order of de Molay Are shown with trophies won at the Golf tournament held at Lake Bomoseen sunday. Demolay Brothers from All Over the state participated. Shown left to right Are Ronnie Smith and Leo Reynolds Bothof Manchester Rick Marckres of Arlington Keith Porter and Millyn Moore also of Manchester. Medallist trophy left was won by Reynolds. I Rad ice tonight the american legion Basel team will practice tonight at c the alumni Field switching the practice Date from tuesday cause of class Day exercise

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