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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 22, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8 a Bennington Banner wednesday june 22, errors spark red sox loss 1966 Boston up a a rough Day a inquires the huge whiskey billboard overlooking Fenway Park. A sure was Quot Rollie Sheldon might have replied after tuesday night s loss to Cleveland. Sheldon the old pro Pitcher billed As Earl Wilson a successor pitched Bostons fourth Complete game of the season tuesday night. For his trouble he was tagged with his ninth defeat As i Cleveland a Gary Bell came up with a superlative Effort and a a 2-1 Victory. The red sox have two chances to break the indians 6-1 domination of the season series Between the two teams in a 5 . Two night double header tonight. Jim Lonborg 35 and Bob Sadowsky 1-1 were nominated to oppose the tribes Sonny Sie Bert 7-3 and Steve Hargan 2-2. Siebert is the author of a no hitter but has Given up a few since that time. The name of the game at Fenway is usually bang bang but Bell and Sheldon switched scripts last night. Gary was throwing a four hit shutout until the ninth when the red sox scrambled for one run and had the leases loaded with two out looking for the equalizer. But Indian manager Birdie Tebbetts apparently fearing the worst from his bullpen staff that now includes Dick Radatz stayed with Bell until Joe Foy bounced out to second to end it. Sheldon meanwhile gave up an earned run on an infield hit a line single a Blooper and a fielders Choice in the second. The red sox defences crumbled somewhat in the fourth when the tribe scored what proved to be the winning run on Rocky cola Lton a single one of his three hits off Sheldon a fielders Choice error and Aline single by Max Alves. Another error kept Sheldon in hot water but he pitched his Way out and was never in serious trouble thereafter though the bases were loaded in the eighth. A i had planned to take him out for a Pinch hitter in the sixth but there were two out and nobody on a a Herman said of Heldon. A this was the Best pitching Job by far that we be had in a Long time a a the Boston manager added. Bell listed for tribal bullpen duty when the season began picked up his seventh Victory and fifth Complete game. And since he has t won More than eight in a season for four years that was a big win for him. Bell who faced Only 15 batters and gave up just two singles Over the first five innings admitted he Hadnot had much trouble until the last inning. A i was just trying to throw it by those big Guys. That s All i was thinking about one of them hitting it Over the fans get Robinson s play triggers protest Box seat Little league style a John Bello of Shaftsbury relaxes in a portable chair while watching the red sox and braves play on the North Bennington Little league Field tuesday. The red sox came out on top in the contest 11-4. Today in no Shaft Arlington Little league action the dodgers and giants pirates and giants play at Arlington while thursday the dodgers and indians meet in North Bennington. Sullivan area golfer playing j Iii College championship Moroni horses Palo Alto Calif. A Craig Galipeau of Bennington is among the golfers teeing off today in National collegiate Golf tournament held this year on the Stanford University course. He is a member of the five Man team from Providence College in Providence . The Providence team won the right to represent Section one colleges after it won the new England collegiate Golf tournament at Portland Maine last month. Galipeau son of or. And mrs. Francis a. Galipeau of 222 division St., will be a senior at Providence College the coming school year. The team flew to san Francisco from new York City sunday and spent the first part of the week practising on the Stanford course. Tournament play winds up saturday and the players will return sunday. Calp standings tighten a after Morrisville show Aarons Homer ties league Mark Juan Maricha wins 13th by Curt Block up sports writer the secret to Hank Aarons Success is that he a drawn the Fine link Between concentration and thinking. Hammering Hank has developed the ability to sift out thoughts of impending records and Radical defensive moves which might otherwise Cloud his mind. The Atlanta slugger revealed his theories tuesday night after equalling a National league record for the most Home runs through june 30 in a single season when his 24th circuit of the year helped the braves to a 4-1 win Over Philadelphia. The homr tied the number hit by ii Hodges Willie Mays Stan Musial Duke Snider and Eddie m it a is a and Aaron has nine games left this month to threaten babe Ruth a major league or of 30. That possibility did no to faze Aaron Ary More than the a to Piej William shift Philip manager Gene Mauch employed in a vain attempt to Stop the 32-year-cld right fielder. Mauch placed three infielders on the left Side of second base but Aaron still went two for four and scored twice. A they try to make me hit to a ight with that shift a Aaron Laid a but know that of i tried baseball standings i Al be Agi i w. L. Pct. Go 41 25 .021 see 37 26 .587 2 i 37 28 .569 3 to 36 30 .545 5 35 32 .522 gv2 32 32 .500 8 30 34 .469 to 31 38 .449 ll1/ 25 37 .403 14 20 42 .323 19 Ami Ric an la ague san fran Pittsburgh los Angeles Houston Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Atlanta new York Chicago tuesdays results Houston 7 los Angeles 4 n san Francisco 9 Chicago 7 new York 2 St. Louis i night Atlanta 4 Philadelphia i night Cinel la Pittsburgh 8, night Baltimore Detroit Cleveland California Minnesota Chicago new York Washington Kansas City Boston w. L. 43 23 39 38 36 30 30 27 28 26 22 23 23 31 33 33 3 we 38 42 pct. .652 .629 .623 .537 .476 .476 .443 .418 .406 .344 go 2 21/2 71/2 hv2 uv2 13vz 151/2 16 20 tuesdays results bait. 7 . 5, 1st, Twilight new York 8, bait. 3, 2nd, night Cleveland 2 Boston i night Detroit 5 Washington 2, night Kansas City 9 Chicago 8, night Calif. To Minn. I night 5 Bug Spray j Black j Flag c a n. \ 68c aunt Jone j Wesson Kosher dul pickles a Mayonnaise 3 a me or j Quot r a it 88c i 44c # Salem Suftko / Vark to 831 main is to change my style for something like that i be Able to hit at Aarons style excludes All thoughts about Home runs and records. He Learned the hard Way not to anticipate record setting performances. A tile Only time i Ever thought of a record was in 1959,�?� Aaron admitted. A i was hitting .425 going into the All Star game and thought i would hit .400 that but done to get the impression Aaron fell apart. He still wound up hitting .355 and leading the National league. In other no play san Fra a. Pred Chicago 9-7, Houlton trimmed los Angeles 7-4, Cincinnati walloped Pittsburgh 11-8 and new York nipped St. Louis 2-1. Rico Carty shared the spotlight with Aaron As he hit safely in his 18th consecutive game scored the first run of the game and robbed Jackie Brandt of a Home run in the fourth inning when he reached Over the Fence to nip a budding Philadelphia rally. Denny remaster went All the Way for the braves. Juan Marichal Wasny to himself but still managed to go the distance and Register his 13th Triumph against two defeats. Tom Haller drove in three runs with a single and his 12th Homer and the giants scored four times in the ninth to offset Byron Browne a three run blast in the cubs last turn at Bat. John Bateman a three run double highlighted a four run Houston sixth inning that helped Dick Farrell win his second game in seven decisions. Morrisville a Windcrest Prima Dona owned by John Hamlin of Bennington was left with a one Point Lead in 1966 Competition for the governors cup after the Morgan horse show Here sunday. Green it. Stock farms dark Chestnut stallion great Hills Atlantic scored to Points and moved into second place. Paramount cinerama owned by or. Ernest Paquette of Richmond moved into third spot after scoring la Points. Bold Admiral earned no Points in the show and slipped from second to fourth in the standings. The governors cup a new award will go to the Morgan accumulating the most Points in performance classes in 1966. Winners in each event at the Lamoille Riding club sponsored show were morgans in hand i. Great Hills Atlantic 2. Chucky b., 3. Windcrest Prima Dona 4. Helicon Pegasus. G0. Sci ii to a if program expands Middlebury a the Vermont state go1 association scholarship fund inc., said today that sufficient funds were available to continue the two scholarships awarded in 1964 and 1965 and to add another amounting to $400 for the current year. The scholarship fund works in conjunction with the Vermont state Golf association and operates solely to raise Money to establish and maintain scholarships for deserving boys who have caddies worked at a Golf course or otherwise had some tie with the game. At a meeting recently the group elected the following officers for the coming year George g. Smith of Rutland president Lewis a. Cheever of Bellows Falls vice president Lee m. Davis of Springfield treasurer and Wright e. Rives Barton clerk. George Phinney of Middlebury received the 1964 scholarship and in 1965 it went to Douglas Coolidge of Monkton. Open morgans i. Paramount cinerama 2. Windcrest Prima Dona 3. Johnny Cash 4. Ulm Kings Nan. Morgans in harness i. Windcrest Prima Dona 2. Johnny Cash 3. Oreland bold Admiral. Morgan championship Cham Pion a great Hills Atlantic Reserve Champ a Paramount cinerama. Morgan pleasure horse i. Lippitt easter Tweed 2. Matt cattle master 3. Helen Darling 4. Town Ayr Carillon. One yacht nears finish one adrift Minns rudder new York up a Frank Robinson claimed today that he a never even juggled the balls when he saved the Baltimore orioles 7-6 tuesday night Victory Over the new York Yankees with a leaping catch that carried him into the first Row of Yankee stadiums right Field stands. Manager Ralph Houk led the Yankees in a bitter on the fled protest of Umpire Hank soars a out Calls and said he will formally protest the game. The play came with two on and two out in the last of the ninth and deprived Roy White of a three run Homer that would have Given the Yankees an 8-7 win. A no Man alive knows of Robinson had Possession or not when he went out of sight a said Houk. A a it a the first time i Ever carried through on a protest but i was robbed out of a Ball Houk also said 15 or 16 fans voluntarily told him that Robinson did not have control of the Ball when he Jack knifed Over the three foot right Field Barrier into the stands. A i caught it clean and never even juggled it a said Robinson. A the Ball stuck in the webbing of my Glove and never left it. I guess a lot of die hard fans would claim i lost control of the Ball but i can truthfully say that it was a clean Robinson had a protest of his own that several fans tried to take the Ball away from him As he Lay on his Back among them. A i went Back turned and jumped and caught it a Robinson explained. A then i fell against the Wall and Jack knifed into the stands. After i fell in several people tried to take the Ball away from me. But it was stuck securely in the webbing of my three time i ii amp fans pelted the right Field area with so much debris at the Start of the second game won by the Yankees 8-3, that Umpire Nestor Chymiak warned through the Public address announcer that the game might be forfeited unless the demonstration stopped. A ten who interfered with Robinsons catch of a Fly by Elston Howard in the sixth inning of the Nightcap was ejected. A if anybody had hit me i have gone Back to the right Field a said Robinson. Robinson was never Hurt although play had to be stopped three times to Clear the Field of debris and tens during the second game. The game ended in bedlam As Cherry bombs were exploded during the eighth and ninth innings. A Robinson was in the stands about 15 seconds a said Houk a and anything could have happened. It was a helluva play but a bad decision. The Rule must be changed and maybe this will do it. When the Man goes out of sight into the stands it has to be a Homer because there is no Way in the world for anyone to know whether or not he caught Shields chosen Ulm Golf Captain Burlington a Arthur Shields son of or. And mrs. Hamilton l. Shields of old Bennington has been chosen Captain of the 1967 Golf team at the University of Vermont. Shields flu be a senior at Ulm this coming school year and has played on the Golf team three seasons. Hamilton Bermuda up the first boat in the annual Newport to Bermuda yacht race was expected to Cross the finish line Early this afternoon. The last report issued by the coast guard at 4 . Edt tuesday listed Kialoa ii a 72-foot Sloop owned and sailed by John Kilroy of los Angeles As leading the 167-boat Fleet. At the time Kialoa ii was about 110 Miles North Northwest of Bermuda but Well East of the rhumb mean course line. She was about to Miles ahead of three other class a boats. Mariners from Virginia to Rhode Island today were asked to assist the search for one of the yachts sailing in the race. The big toy was reported adrift monday with its rudder gone and radio inoperative but otherwise undamaged about 230 Miles Southwest of Newport . A coast guard spokesman said today that a Cutter and aircraft failed to find the big toy in a search of the area tuesday. A message was sent out Early today to Harbor officials and boat operators along the coast to be on the Alert for the racing Sailboat. Massachusetts golfer w ins Vermont open Fairlee up a Jay Dolan of Leicester mass., today reigned As the second three time Winner of the Vermont open Golf tournament. Dolan fired a three under Par 66 at the Lake Morey country club tuesday to win the 1966 edition of the 36-Hole event with a seven under Par 131. Dave Marad of Wollaston mass., placed second with a five under Par 133. Vin Sullivan of Metuchen n.j., who called a penalty on himself in the Mclain wins Lith game As tigers continue climb Lillie league vacation bound see us first for traveler s checks the safest Way to carry Money Only you can Cash them no time limit. They re Good until cashed arum pest of All. The Cost is Small on it per $100.00 1 no Shaft Arlington red sox 11.braves 4 the red sox won their first game of the season tuesday defeating the braves at the Little league Field in North Bennington. Terry Livingston went All the Way for winners striking out to batters. Perry Bouplon and Jimmy Gratton pitched for the braves and gave up a combined total of to hits. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Bennington electronics 17, Vevi 2 vow never had a Chance tuesday As electronics Cut lose a 10-hit attack that included a second lining Home run by Robin Harrington a triple by Fred Brown and doubles by Pete Fairley and John Hart. Catcher Hart was three for four. Brown held vow to three hits in his win. Losing Pitcher Eddie Vosburg had two of those hits. Meeting the Bennington Little league Board of directors will meet tonight at 8 at the Little league Field on Beech Street Extension. Correction a caption in mondays Banner should have included the statement that Joe Shaffe presented the Little league a Check in behalf of the past exalted towers of the Bennington Lodge of elks. Winter pianos furniture co. 519-525-529 main Street Bennington by Joe Gregen up sports writer Denny Mclain would like nothing better than to land a starring role in a movie. Not the Hollywood Type mind you but the kind of film which he could invite the entire family especially his father in Law to View in the privacy of his Home. A world series film for instance. Mclain a Joy at such a Prospect would be heightened by the knowledge that his father in Law former shortstop great Lou Boudreau would find himself in the same uncomfortable position As his son in Law during the past three years. For whenever Mclain pays a visit to his in Laws he is invariably dragged into a private room for a presentation of the 1948 Cleveland Boston playoff game in which Boudreau played a major part. A if in be seen that film once in be seen it a thousand times a notes Mclain. A a in a just glad i did no to have to pitch to that Man. Boy he was Tough and How head jump on those fast Mclain however has wasted no time in stepping into the american league spotlight himself. Only 22 years of age the Detroit hurler posted his Lith Victory in 14 decisions tuesday night with a five hit 5-2 Triumph Over the Washington senators. Mclain a dreams Are not very far from reality at this stage. Two games to be exact. That a the margin which separates the tigers from the league leading Baltimore orioles who spilt a twi night doubleheader with the new York Yankees winning the opener 7-5 on a controversial catch by Frank Robinson and losing the Nightcap 8-3. Cleveland edged Boston 2-1, California clubbed Minnesota 10-7 and Kansas City tripped Chicago 9-8 in other Al action. Mclain whose la victories Are three More than any other hurler in the Junior circuit struck out to senators and walked three. The husky right hander held Washington witless from the second to the eighth Frame. Dick Mcauliffe triggered a three run Detroit burst in the first with a Lead off triple and started a two run splurge in the fifth with a double. Jim Northrup and Norm Cash each drove in a pair of runs. Robinson tumbled into the right Field stands to Rob Rookie Roy White of a game winning three run Homer in the ninth inning and preserve Baltimore a opening game Triumph. The catch touched off a storm league leaders National league g. A. R. H. Pct. Stargell pit55 202 32 67 .332 Morgan Hou 65 240 34 78 .325 Alou Pitt 55 210 29 68 .324 Mota Pitt 49 140 18 45 .321 Clonte Pitt 59 248 31 79 .319 Cepeda St 47 149 17 47 .315 Carty at 62 180 22 56 .311 flood St 64 251 28 77 .307 Pinson Cin 64 244 24 75 .307 Alou at 69 301 46 92 .306 american league g. A. R. H. Pct. , bal 64 227 51 75 .330 Snyder bal 51 141 30 45 .319 Oliva Minn 62 241 40 75 .311 Kaline det 54 194 35 59 .304 Tovar Minn 43 135 19 41 .304 Lebern Cal 55 151 16 45 .298 Mcaffe det 55 182 38 54 .297 Powell bal 60 199 33 59 .296 or Deal Cal 60 214 29 63 .294 Rchrd Cal 57 205 33 60 .293 Salmon Cle 45 147 18 43 .293 Home runs National league Aaron braves 24 Alou braves and Hart giants 17 Torre braves Santo cubs Lefebvre dodgers and Mays giants 15. American league f. Robinson orioles and Scott red sox 18 Powell orioles and Kille brew amp Oliva twins 14. Runs batted in National league Aaron braves 60 Mays giants 44 White Phillies 43 Allen Phillies Stargell pirates flood cards and Hart giants 40. American league Robinson orioles 59 Scott red sox 43 f. Robinson orioles 42 Oliva twins 41 Knock Angels 39. Of controversy from the fans and new York manager Ralph Houk who protested the game. Hal Reniff pitched one hit Ball Over the final 5 2-3 innings of the Nightcap and scored the tie breaking run on Mickey mantles sacrifice Fly. Tom fresh drove in three runs with three hits including a Homer As the Yankees snapped Baltimore a 12-game winning Streak in new York. De Kirkpatrick drove in four runs three of them with his sixth Home run to Pace c a i i f o r n i a a ninth Victory against Minnesota this season in to meetings. The Angels jumped to an 8-0 Lead after four innings but Winner Marceline Lopez 4-6 needed Relief help from Jack Sanford and Minnie Rojas to Nail Down the win. Bert Campaneria led off the ninth inning with this fourth single of the game moved to second on a sacrifice stole third and scored the winning run for Kansas City when j. C. Martins throw sailed into left Field. Ken Harrelson drove in four runs for the a a and the Victory was credited to Jack Aker who pitched the inst two innings to gain his fourth win five decisions. First round for having too Many clubs in his bag finished third with a 135. Without the four stroke penalty Sullivan would have finished in a tie for top honors. George Kinsman of Point Judith ., who won the tournament in 1956, 1957 and 1958, is the Only other three time Vermont open titlist. Myca softball sales 27, Cushman 2 sales extended its second half win Streak to four monday running away with 27 runs on 31 hits. Everybody on sales got a piece of the action. Lead off Batter Leon Foster was five for sex. Dick Dame Phil Bushee and Dave Kenyon had four hits each. George Daly and Andy Mattson each had three hits and Pitcher Mattson held Cushman to a total of seven. George Reegan and Joe Parker led Cushman with two hits each. Glen Hebert Thomas Denis and losing Pitcher Ray Farnum each singled once. Guard 12, Bijur 11 guard slipped by Bijur 12-11 for its second win in the sear son monday. Both teams were exactly matched in scoring during the final five innings of the game. Each scored once in the third were scoreless in the fourth and fifth scored twice in the sixth and once in the seventh. So it was the second inning a when guard collected five runs and Bijur four a that made the difference. Guard hit safely a total of 23 times with a whole string of players getting three hits each a Gregory Dwyer Walter Babcock Victor Lamb John Andrews Hugh Galvin and William Bruso. John of Donnell led the Bijur attack with four hits in five trips to the plate. He scored four of the Bijur teams 15 runs. Bruso was the winning Pitcher and John Patter the loser. Tonight Bijur plays sales on memorial Field and Cushman meets Carbide at tans Tor. Mens walking shorts plaids solids in Tan Blac Green All sizes >2.98 3.95 noon a next to North Street parking lot

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