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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner monday june 21. 1965 Nagle player Battle today for . Open championship Tkv Leo h. Petersen St. Louis up a Young Gary player and aging Kel Nagle play off today for the United states open Golf championship because niether could sink an 18-Inch putt. The 29-y e a a old player missed his on the 16th Hole on the final round sunday just when it looked like he had a lock on becoming the first foreign golfer to win the open title since Ted Ray of England Back in 1920. The 44-year-old Nagle missed his on the Hole before that. So the determined South african and the weary Nagle wound up tied with a total of 282 strokes sunday and created an 18 Hole playoff starting at 1 15 . Cd. If they still Are tied after that they will go into sudden death starting for television purposes at the 15th Hole. The statistics showed How even these two foreign stars were in the four rounds Over the 7,191-Yard Bellerive course that stubbornly refused to yield its 35-35�?70 Par to the worlds Best shot makers. Both player and Nagle had 128 putts in the four rounds both hit 54 of the 72 greens and both thought they blew the title with double bogeys on the Back nine. Save 100s of dollars available Oneida Market 736 main Strait we got lots from our hour Sale r if you missed it. Fri kit to we still have by eth i some just a few fret1 values left after the big Sale. Furniture co. 519-525-529 main St. Phone 442-5340 open Friday evenings Bennington Nagle playing a Hole ahead of player was one stroke behind the Little determined South african going to the Par four 456-Yard 15th Hole. His drive was right Down the Middle but he put his second shot in a big Bunker guarding the Green of the Par four 456-Yard Hole. He blasted out onto the Green 30 feet from the cup. His first putt was 18 inches Short. He missed it and wound up with a double bogey. Player got word of it and someone in the gallery shouted a a you be got it sewed a a done to say that with three Tough holes to go Quot player replied. And he went right out and proved How Tough they could be. He put his tee shot on the Par three 216-Yard 16th into a trap and blasted out to within k feet of the cup. His first putt went 18 inches beyond the Hole and he missed coming Back. That still left him with a one stroke Lead but that vanished when Nagle birdied the 606-Yard, Par five 17th. Nagle put his seven Iron third shot four feet from the Flag and Sank the putt just As player was missing that 18-Incher. While player was parking that Hole his australian rival was parking the 18th. Player had a 10-foot putt for a Birdie on the 17th and missed it. On the final Hole Nagle had a 16 foot putt for Victory but missed it. Player had a 30 footer and was four inches Short. So today they go out to decide which will receive the $25,-000 first place Money with the runner up getting $12,500. Player s playoff record is poor a he has won Only one in eight. A i done to think about that in a thinking about How Lucky i was to tie a he said. Nagle said he Felt he was Lucky too for a after taking that double bogey i thought Well that a that. In a going to be second player shot a final round 71, one Over Par while Nagle had a one under Par 69. Bennington loses 5-4 to Rutland in legion Ball opening night at Pownal Oval a portion of the opening night crowd of 5,108 which officially opened the summer thoroughbred race meeting at Green Mountain Park moves to the rail As the Field in the opening race on Friday night s card is seen thundering to the wire. Princess Marcy with Phil Ernst in the Irons captured the opening race to begin a daily double Worth $146.80. Night thoroughbred racing will continue at Green Mountain Park until monday sept. 6. Callison triples Phillies to 3-2 win Over Houston astros United press International Johnny Callison the Philadelphia Phillies barometer indicates there May be fair weather ahead for last seasons a near Callison the acknowledged team Leader of the Phillies has been struggling most of the season to climb Back into his accustomed .280 hitting atmosphere after a poor Start. And As Callison has struggled so have the Phillies. The dynamic Little outfielder sunday displayed the kind of hitting that enabled the Phillies to dominate first place in the National league through most of the 1964 season. He tripled Home the tying and winning runs in Philadelphia a 3-2 first game Triumph Over the Houston astros and doubled in two tallies to ignite a six run third inning in a 7-1 Nightcap Victory. Callison has rats j his batting average from .185 to .287 american entry wins grand prix title be mans France up a an american entered automobile won the 24 hour be mans grand prix of endurance for the first time in racing history and an american shared the driving honors yet the us automotive Industry was in an unhappy Frame of mind today. What the Powers in Detroit were moaning about was another failure by the Fords in this racing classic once again dominated by the blood red ferraris of Italy. Only one of la Fords entered was among the 14 cars which finished the gruelling test of Man and machine. The Victory went to Masten Gregory of Kansas City and Jochen Rindt of Austria in a Ferrari entered by the North american racing team. They logged a total of 2,887.53 Miles touring the 8 mile circuit 347 times to Pace a sweep of the first three places by the italian machines. Even the ferraris proved disappointing in at least one respect however since no factory autos finished the race marking the first time in the last eight years that a factory Ferrari had not finished in the top three. Second and third place went to belgian entered ferraris with German porsche gaining the fourth and fifth positions. A there is Only one car to drive in the world and that is a Ferrari a a said a Happy Gregory after the race. A i was never afraid of the Fords despite their fast Gregory was referring to the big seven litre Fords which set a blazing Pace during the first hour of the race but dropped out one by one with mechanical difficulties. The Only Ford to finish was the a. C. Cobra of or. Dick Thompson a Washington d.c., dentist and England a Jack Sears. The cobra was eighth Overall and second in the grand class behind the Ferrari of Willy Mairesse and Edgar buries. The porsche of Herbert Linge and Hans Nocker which finished fourth in the final standings was first in the performance Index which is based on size and Power in addition to performance. In the last six weeks and the sixth place Phillies Are hoping he can pull them up with him. Winner Jim Bunning hurled the first six innings of the opener giving up eight hits before reliever Gary Wagner came on to hold the astros witless Over the final three innings. To Belinsky coasted to his second Victory in five decisions in the second game striking out to and scattering six hits. Dick Stuart hit his 10th Homer in support of Belinsky. The los Angeles dodgers edged the new York mets 2-1, then lost 3-2, St. Louis stopped Milwaukee 6-4, san Francisco belted Pittsburgh 4-3 in 15 innings and 7-3, and Chicago battered Cincinnati 8-5 then lost 9-8 in no play. In the american league Minnesota Defeated new York twice 6-4 and 7-4, Baltimore battered Washington 13-2, Cleveland swept los Angeles 5-0 and 3-1, Detroit overcame Kansas City 12-8 then lost 2-1 and Chicago edged Boston 4-3 in to innings with the second game postponed by rain. Sandy Koufax hurled a one hitter for his fifth straight Victory Lith of the season and 12th in a Row Over the mets. The dodgers Ace Southpaw fanned. 12 mets and allowed Only a Home run by Jim Hickman. Warren Spahn was sad sled with the loss when Ron fairly doubled to drive in two runs in the sixth. Roy Mcmillan a squeeze bunt scored the winning run against Don Drysdale in the eighth inning of the Nightcap. Hoyt pitches no hitter As pirates top dodgers a fall i said was a show me a filter that delivers the taste and ill eat my i he Lars new Lucky strike filters Arlington a Larry Hoyt of the Arlington pirates pitched a no hit no run shutout saturday afternoon in no Shaft Arlington Little league action As the pirates downed the dodgers 7-0. Hoyt walked two batters hit one and fanned 12 men out of 17 to accomplish his no hitter. The Young Arlington chucker also led his team in the offensive with two hits for three times at Bat and scoring twice. Mike Keough was second in offensive with two hits for three times at the plate but did no to score any runs. The pirates scored one run in Mil meets today on Atlanta Bals for franchise new York up a Battle lines were drawn in the National football league today for a possible move to Atlanta. Nil commissioner Pete Rozelle and the 14 league owners met to discuss expansion plans for the 1966 season that appears certain to bring the league into the Rich South. Three groups from Atlanta Are bidding to become the nil franchise operator in Georgia and a decision on one of them must be forthcoming by july i. The rival american league already has issued a franchise in that City to the Cox broadcasting company but the Atlanta stadium authority has refused to make a commitment on renting the new $18 million Dollar sports Palace at least until july i. William g. Reynolds of Richmond va., an executive Vic president of Reynolds Metal co., Heads one group seeking to possess new nil territory. The others Are syndicates believed headed by Georgia sportsman Lindsey Hopkins and Atlanta insurance executive Rankin m. Smith. Rozelle had said previously the nil would make its decision on whether to invade Georgia and would name the successful bidder for the franchise a Long before july the first and six in the second to tally their seven runs. Pirates a r h Wilcox 2b 2 i 0 Walsh 2b i 0 0 Edgerton 3b 2 i 0 l. Hoyt p 3 2 2 m. Keough c 3 0 2 Mears la 3 0 i Howard is 2 i 0 Hess of _ i i 0 gain of 2 0 0 d. Hoyt of i 0 0 c. Keough of 2 i 0 Jim Corey 2b i 0 0 Jay Corey is i 0 0 totals 24 7 5 dodgers Cole c Carrol 2b Stratton la p King of Jacobs 3b Harrington of Crossman is Gates pub Couch of totals Dodg. Pirates 3 3 2 2 2 i i 1 2 17 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 x generals win 9-2 in Mil Semi pro game Arlington a the Arlington generals took their second straight Maple Valley league ballgame sunday afternoon with a 9-2 win Over West Rupert through Superior Fielding rather than pitching and batting. The generals tallied nine runs on la hits and four errors while the West Rupert squad tallied just two runs on la hits and two errors. Paul Wilcox was the winning chucker for the generals while John Stewart was tagged with the loss. Bob Millington led the Arlington squad with three hits for four times at Bat and Bill Laurie led West Rupert with four hits for four trips to the plate three singles and a triple. Don Corey and John Witalec aided the generals with two hits each. West Rupert too too 002�?2 generals 111 510 oox�?9 Jim Hart slugged a Lead off Home run in the 15th inning off Alvin Mcbean to give the giants the first game Victory and Willie Mays who collected seven hits in the twin Bill belted two doubles and a single in the Nightcap Triumph. Willie Mccovey hit his 15th Homer in the second game As Bob Bolin picked up the Victory. Ron her Bel blanked the pirates on one hit Over the last four innings to win the opener. Phil Gagliano slugged a three run Homer in a five run second inning rally for the cardinals against loser Denny be master of the braves. Don Dennis the second of two Relief pitchers preserved the Victory for starter Bob Purkey by shutting off a braves rally in the ninth with the tying runs Chi base. Ron Santo and Billy Williams hit Home runs and drove in seven runs Between them and Bob Buhl won his seventh game for the cubs in the opener. Rutland a the Bennington american legion lost its opening game of the season to Rutland 5-4 sunday afternoon in a non league contest but reservations on the loss have been expressed by Bennington legion sports director or. Francis c. Tomasi. Or. Tomasi feels that the Bennington team actually won the game because it led Rutland 4-0 at the end of seven innings of play and then agreed to play a regular nine inn Long game so both squads could try out their substitutes under game conditions. Either the Bennington squad relaxed More and enjoyed it less in those two innings or the Rutland squad has a Bench squad stronger than the regular team because the generals were outscored 5-0 in the eighth and ninth for Rutland a 5-4 win. Pat Moore led the Bennington legion squad with two hits for four times at Bat and scored one run while Mike Caliguiri was the big Man from Rutland with the same number of hits for times at Bat and doubled in the tying run and stole Home to give the Rutland squad the 5-4 Edge. Tom Moore was the starting chucker for the Bennington team and pitched seven innings of no run one hit Ball for the legion. Dave Chaffin came in at the Start of the eighth inning and gave up All of the Rutland runs plus five hits. The next practice for the Bennington squad will be wednesday night at 6 at the alumni Field. Rutland a r h Grant 2b, 3b 2 10 Wehrman ass 5 12 Caliguiri of c 4 2 2 Rivers of c 4 10 Morgan a of 4 0 1 Crossman la 4 0 0 Fillioe 3b too Pillon 2b too g. Wortman �?T2b too Rogers is too Merrill p too White p too Rapelye p too Nemeth of 10 1 j. Wortman of 2 0 0 Sinos of too totals 32 5 6 Bennington Harrington 2b 3 0 0 Woodard 2b, is too Plante is 3 0 1 Racicot 3b 3 0 0 p. Moore c 4 12 Hayden la 311 Chaffin of p 4 10 Davis of 4 11 Hart of zoo Tomasi of too t. Moore p 4 0 0 totals 33 4 5 Benn. 0 3 0 1 000 000 a 4 Ruth. 0 0 0 0 too 032 a 5 display nips eagles 3-2 in seven inning contest the Bennington display fighting off a late game attack by the eagles toe a narrow 3-2 decision in Little league action sunday evening with a run in the Bottom of the seventh. Keith Lebarron of the eagles gave his team a 1-0 Lead in the top of the third inning by blasting a Long Home run Over the left Center Field Fence with none on to collect the longest Homer of the year and his first of the season. Display tallied a run in the Bottom of the third As Guy Dunham reached first on an error advanced to second on a passed Ball and scored moments later on another passed Ball. The display took the Lead in the Bottom of the fourth inning with Mike Hyde drawing a walk to first indians win two games threaten alas second spot by George c. Langford up sports writer the Cleveland indians overnight pitching sensations have Chicago White sox manager Al Lopez on More than one hot spot. Not Only Are the indians threatening to overtake second place Chicago in the american league Pennant Chase but Lopez May have to choose two or three Cleveland hurlers Over his Classy Chicago Crew when he selects the All Star pitchers in two weeks. Sam Mcdowell the indians 22-year-old Lethander who has about the Best fast Ball in the league certainly wont be overlooked by Lopez the Al All Star manager. Mcdowell won his fifth consecutive game with a two hit 5-0 Victory Over the los Angeles Angels sunday and Cleveland a Lee Stange followed with a five hit 3-1 Triumph As the third place indians swept a doubleheader. The first place Minnesota twins Defeated the new York Yankees twice 6-4 and 7-4 Baltimore bombed Washington 13-2, Detroit out slugged Kansas City 12-8 then lost 2-1 and Chicago edged Boston 4-3 in to innings before their scheduled second game was washed out. In National league action los Angeles topped new York 2-1 before losing 3-2, Chicago whipped Cincinnati 8-5 then dropped a 9-8 decision St. Louis Defeated Milwaukee 6-4, san Francisco dealt Pittsburgh a 4-3 defeat in 15 innings and a 7-3 drubbing and Philadelphia beat Houston twice 3-2 and 7-1. Five weeks ago the indians pitching staff Wasny to impressing anyone. Now the indians Are Riding a nine game Victory Streak during which their hurlers have worked six Complete games and tossed four shutouts. Mcdowell 8-3with an Al High of 122 strikeouts leads the staff followed by Sonny Siebert 7-3luis Tiant 6-3 and Ralph Terry 6-3. Stange registered his second Victory without a loss and second Complete game with the Aid of a decisive Home run by Max Alvis in the eighth inning. Rocky colavito also connected for the indians As did Willie Smith of the Angels. Both hits off Mcdowell came in the sixth when starter Marceline Lopez doubled and Jim Fregosi singled. The twins cavorting before the largest major league crowd in four years a 71,245 a won the opener by scoring two runs in the ninth on a passed Ball by Elston Howard and a wild pitch. Dick Stigman hurled 3 1-3 innings of witless Relief in the Nightcap to protect the Victory for Dave Boswell. Harmon Killebrew hit a pair of Home runs one in each game and two doubles. Pete Ward homered on the first pitch by Radatz in the 10th inning to provide White sox Relief Ace Eddie Fisher with his eighth Triumph against one loss. Rico Petro Celli drive in a pair of runs for Boston with his first Homer and a triple. Ron Hansen tied the score in the eighth doubling Home Ward who had been hit by a Radatz pitch. Rookie Sheldon a four hit pitching and de Charles ninth inning Home run enabled the athletics to snap Detroit a eighth game Victory skein. The a a blew an 8-0 Lead in the opener. Al Kaline reached the 1,-000 runs batted in Mark with four and Willie Horton swatted his 16th Homer in the tigers 13 hit attack. Norm Siebern h 11 two doubles a Home run and walked to account for six of Baltimore a runs in its pounding of senators starter Howie Koplitz and four successors. Wally Bunker who has allowed Only six earned runs in his last 47 innings won his fourth game on a yield of five hits. And moving to second and third on passed balls when he was scored by Danny Green who singled to left. In the top of the sixth inning the eagles tied up the ballgame with Steve Latif being hit by a pitched Ball and coming in to even the game up 2-2 on passed balls. The display garnered its winning run in the Bottom of the seventh inning As Dana Mears singled moved to second when Ernie Loveland walked and scored As Tom Petit singled with two outs and two men on base. Winning Pitcher was Guy Dona and the loss was charged to Keith Lebarron. Summary display Petit is Donavan 3b, p Hyde of Green c Hoisington a 3b Mears 3b Loveland 2b Dunham of Dunican of totals eagles Keir is Outwater a 3b k. Lebarron 3b, p Dennis of Jones la b. Lebarron c Latif of Rousseau of Lacroix 2b totals eagles 0 0 10 display 0 0 11 overt i no a r a 4 0 i 2 0 0 2 i 0 2 0 i 3 0 0 3 i i 2 0 0 3 i 0 3 0 0 24 3 3 3 0 0 4 0 t 3 i i 4 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 2 i i 3 0 0 3 0 0 27 2 i 0�?2 1�?3 Chicago us a the Chicago White sox won 12 games in extra innings while losing six in 1964. Eight results Lille France up a Rene Lebeter lll3/4, France stopped Paul Chervet 110, Switzerland 15 a wins european featherweight title. Brighton eng. Up a zen is Cullin 13514, great Britain out pointed Joe Rafiu Kin own 131v2i Nigeria to. Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page Low Cost Comfort Knapp Monarch oscillating Ion fan a conveniently adjusts to direct air Stream to desired area a powerful motor dynamically balanced Blades for quiet operation a hard baked Blue enamel finish Only no Money Down take months to pay Economy Auto stores inc 532 main St dial 2 6226 open Fri til 9 All Day. Saturday

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