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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 25, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner Friday june 25, 1965 interstate league begins new season elks kiwanis Arlington win 5-0, 4-3, 2-1 Hac Irot fans 12 hits three times garners two Bis by Bill Hassenpflug Timmy Racicot chucked and clubbed the elks to their first interstate league Victory in the new 1965 season thursday night at the alumni Field throwing a three hotter to the Hoosick Falls Lions while batting three for three and garnering two Bis. Now racing 6000 free seats monday thru saturday Aiu Condi i0ni 0 club Nous dining room y Flat racing in area a no minors admitted Reen 11s f Mill trom ,uiams�0n mass i Ommi Sim a f ions to 8? i / j la Post time 7 45 p in daily double twin double the elks took the contest 5-0 Cai the strength of eight hits and Racicot s Fine pitching performance. Striking out 12 men Racicot walked three and was in trouble just once in the contest when two Lions batters got on base in the fifth inning. No Lyons runner went past second base at any time in the ballgame. Racket started things off for the elks with a single in the second inning and advanced to third As the next Batter Bill Brownell got on base with a one Bagger. Jerry Jepson of Bennington High school Fame singled As the next Batter and Racicot scored the first run of the ballgame. The next three men were retired on a strikeout and two ground outs. In the third inning the elks raised their total number of runs to two As Greg Croff was hit by a pitched Ball advanced to second on a single hit by Denny Hart and scored As Racicot collected his second hit and his first rib of. The ballgame. Hart now stood on third while Racket was on second but Hart was tagged out in an attempted squeeze play for the second out with the next Batter fanning to end the inning. The elks did t put another Man on base until the sixth inning As Hart tripled to left and scored As Racicot singled for the third time in the ballgame. A wild pitch moved Racicot to second and the winning chucker came Home on a one Bagger by Brownell. Advancing on a ground out and stealing third Brownell came across the plate with the elks fifth run As Tommy Flynn automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Stevens amp Frost inc. Well drilling experienced drillers modern equipment 824-6502 or write Box 31 Bondville it. Free Home demonstration on any outdoor Power equip men choose from Olens Toro Cooper lock the Best you can buy peat Moss i morganite fertilizer Scotts fertilizer amp Weed killer we carry a Complete line of parts and service our own machines a Jos. A. Nadeau inc. No. Bennington dial 2-4000 of service counts then count on us hit a sacrifice bunt to the first baseman. The losing Pitcher was Mike Nowak who struck out seven and walked none. Of of elks Croff of Woodard Hart la Racket p Brownell is Jepson 3b Shoemaker of r. Christie c Raetz 2b c. Christie Flynn of Warner 2b totals Lions Stewart 2b Miller is Nowak p Keegan c Morin 3b Wrubluski Kane of Ruditis la Burns of Mcgurn 2b Shaw of totals a 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 24 r i 0 1 2 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 of Lions elks 0 0 0 i 000 1 0 0 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 2 i 0 22 0 0 3 x h 0 0 2 3 2 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 kiwanis score on two errors in last inning to win 4-3 Hoosick Falls . A the Hoosick Falls kiwanis team nipped the Bennington co 4-3 in the seventh inning thursday night scoring their winning run on two errors and one single. The kiwanis tallied one run in each of the first three innings to take a 3-0 Lead but the co soon caught up in the fourth As Jay Jay Moore homered with a Man on base to bring the score 3-2 in favor of the kiwanis. In the top of the seventh the co tied by scoring a run on a walk and a double. Scoring for the kiwanis in the first was Steve Carlell who Drew a base on balls and was knocked across the plate when Bob Durkin blasted a triple to left Field. Mike Whittet singled As the first Batter in the second inning and scored on a single by Denny Scott after advancing on a walk and another single hit by Jim Reopel to give the kiwanis a 2-0 Lead. In the third inning the kiwanis scored another run with Durkin drawing a base on balls and crossing the plate pm a double by Jim Martelle. The co tallied for the first time in the fourth inning when Scott Racket singled stole second and was knocked Home by Moore As the Bennington Pitcher Center fielder blasted the Ball into deep left for a Home run. Joe Scanlon Drew a walk in the top of the seventh inning and came across the plate Ai a double by Dave Lacroix to tie the game up. Durkin started things off for the kiwanis in the Bottom of the seventh by reaching first base on an error and advancing As Martelle walked and Whittet got on with the second error of the inning. Mike Thurber ended the game with a single to left Field which scored Durkin to give the kiwanis their 4-3 decision in the interstate league. The winning Pitcher was Martelle who fanned eight and walked two while the loss went to Racicot who came in As a reliever in the third inning. Starting Pitcher for the co was Moore who gave up two runs on five hits and two walks while fanning just two. Racket fanned two and walked two in his four innings of Relief. Kiwanis a r la Scott 2b 4 u 0 Carlell 3b 2 i 0 Sterr Pek is 4 0 0 Durkin c 3 2 i Martelle p 3 0 i Whittet of 4 i i Gorman la 3 0 0 Thurber of 3 0 i Reopel of 2 0 i Brandy la i 0 0 totals 29 4 5 co Rice 2b 3 0 0 Lebarron la 2 0 0 Racicot of p 3 i 2 Moore pc 3 i i Scanlon c 3 i 0 Maynard of 2 0 0 Bartholdi 3b 3 0 0 Lacroix is 3 0 2 Tomas of 2 0 0 Burgess of i 0 0 Ottaviano of i 0 0 totals 26 3 5 co 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 _ 3 kiwanis i i 1 0 0 0 1 4 pitching Duel ends As Mike Knox hurls two hitter for win Arlington a the Arlington squad in the interstate league Defeated North Bennington 2-1 thursday evening on the amps Wallfield with chucker Mike Knox allowing the North Bennington squad just two hits and striking out eight while walking two and hitting two batters with pitched balls. Arlington scored its first run in the second inning with Don Corey singling and stealing second base while Roy Holton picked up an rib As Corey crossed the plate Ai the left fielders single to left. Corey scored the second run in the fourth inning by drawing a walk stealing second advancing to third on a fielder s choke and coming Home on an error. North Bennington started to make a comeback in the sixth inning As Rick Hayes Drew a walk went to second on a passed Ball and scored on an error that put Steve Briggs on first base. Previous to the error Rick Corcoran Drew a walk and was left standing on third As Hayes scored. The next Man flied out to shallow left but Chris Kenyon loaded the bases with a base on balls. The next two men were fanned however and the North Bennington squad s rally ended. In the top of the seventh North Bennington had a Chance to tie the game up As Mik Gabrus went to first on an error stole second and third with Hayes drawing a walk and stealing second. The first Batter up in the inning fanned and with one out and two men on base the next two men up at Bat were fanned by Knox and the Arlington squad walked away with their first win of the season the losing Pitcher was Dave Nemerov who allowed four hits and fanned eight and walked one. H 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 4 indians blast giants 15-12 in nor Shaft Arlington la North Bennington a the Arlington indians downed the North Bennington giants 15-12 thursday night in no Shaft Arl Langton Little league action in a game filled with free trips to first base. A total of la men were walked by two indians pitchers while the giants chucker walked six. The indians blasted 12 hits to score their 15 runs and had their biggest inning in the second when they tallied seven of their runs. Summary indians Kendall of Rice is Owens of p Budro 3b Trachte la Ulery p Matt son of Woodard of Harbour c Holton 2 b totals giants p. Rice 2b, la wans Bury 3b s. Rice c Perkins is Murphy a 2b Cross of Dunn la p fight results los Angeles up a Amos big train Lincoln 208, los Angeles stopped Roberto Davila 195, Peru 7. Reno Nev. Up a Bobo Olson 175v2, san Francisco out pointed Andy Kendall 174, Scappoose Ore. To. Kinney of de forge of Krawczyk of Moore of totals giants indians 2 1 2 0 24 2 6 3 0 i i i i 12 Arlington a r Howard 2b 3 0 Wyman is 4 0 Knox p 4 0 Corey of 3 2 Young la 2 0 Pelham of 3 0 Holton of 3 0 Clayton c 3 0 Coleman 3b 3 0 totals 28 2 no. Benn. Gabrus is 4 0 Hayes of 3 i Corcoran 2b 3 0 Briggs of 4 0 Nemeroff p 3 0 Kenyon 3b 2 0 Loomis la 3 0 a Ockendon c 3 0 Montgomery of 3 0 totals 28 i 0�?12 x�?15 just two games separate five teams in Al race a r h 2 2 i 3 i 0 4 3 3 4 2 2 2 2 i 2 2 i i 0 0 3 i i 4 0 2 3 2 i 28 15 12 5 2 i 3 i 0 i 0 0 4 i i i 2 0 3 i i 2 i 0 Firestone "500&Quot bicycle 26-Lnch boy or girls Model a Beautiful Quot thoroughbred Quot with sleek lines and plenty of Pep 39 s4a�?� s 95 in the crate plus freight completely assembled amp delivered 1 a months to Poy gleaming Chrome plated fender and rims twin headlights built in tank Luggage Carrier two Tont Saddle Bendix coaster Brake Firestone White sidewall Speed Cushion tires boys Model is Satin Black with red trim girls Model is red and White Economy Auto stores inc. 532 main St open Fri. Netes til 9 Njo o Aoa main St. Nay at Jinnav dial 2-0226 by George c. Langford up sports writer Opportunity May Only Knock once a and five teams Are jumping at the Chance in what appears to be the Best american league Pennant Chase in a Quarter Century. With the perennial Champion new York Yankees floundering in seventh place the Flag starved one time also rans Are streaking for the top where Only two games separate the first five teams. It s an All Comers race a and Detroit Cleveland and Baltimore have entered it with an enthusiasm that has brought them under a Blanket with Minnesota and Chicago. Baltimore won its 12th game in the last 14 starts thursday night trimming Boston 4-1 Cleveland captured its Lith in the past 12, tripping league leading Minnesota 3-1 and the Detroit tigers took their loth in 12 games edging los Angeles 3-2. Meanwhile the Yankees dropped their ninth decision in the last 14 outings losing 6-2 to Kansas City. In the National league St. Louis bombed Cincinnati 11-4, Pittsburgh battered los Angeles 13-3, Chicago clipped Milwaukee 3-1, Philadelphia tripped san Francisco 3-1, and Houston stopped the new York mets 4-2. The three pronged drive Means two things a the Yankees face the task of overcoming five Bona fide contenders of they Are to win a record sixth straight Pennant. A and the Al is building up to one of its Best Pennant races in history and certainly one of the Best since the five team Battle of 1940, won by the Detroit tigers. Brooks Robinson cracked a three run Nomer in the first inning and Milt Pappas earned his eighth Victory on a yield of seven hits for Baltimore. Luis Aparic to added a Home run off loser Bill Monbouquette of the red sox who have now lost 15 of their last 18 games. Carl Yastrzemsky who had three of the Boston hits singled in the Only run off Pappas in the eighth. Ralph Terry and Gary Bell combined for a five hitter against the twins. Max Alves homered off Camillo Pascual in the first inning and the indians added the decisive tally in the same inning when Rocky cola Vito walked and scored on a three base error by Centerfield or Jimmie Hall. Bell replaced Terry in the eighth and allowed Only one hit Over the final two innings. Winner Denny Mclain allowed Only five hits and struck out nine Angels. Dick Mcauliffe and Jerry Lumpe accounted for All the Detroit runs in the third inning off loser Fred Newman. Mcauliffe singled Home one run and Lumpe doubled in the other two tallies. Jim Fregoso and Willie Smith hit Back to Back Home runs in the fourth inning for the Angels Only tallies. Ken Harrelson belted a three run Homer in the first inning and Roland Sheldon who was traded from the Yankees last month allowed his former mates Only six hits in winning his third in five decisions. Mel Stottlemyre was the loser allowing oily four hits and striking out seven in seven innings. Little league manager needed North Bennington there Are about 15 Young boys in the area who will not be Able to play Little league baseball this summer unless a manager is found. The president of the no Shaft Arlington Little league said today that the minor league cubs team made up of Shaftsbury boys will not be Able to get into action this year unless a manager will Volunteer his services to help them. An Appeal has been issued to residents of North Bennington or Shaftsbury to help out in this emergency. Little league officials Point out that experience is not necessary for this jobs the Only requirements Are patience and a general knowledge of the fundamentals of baseball. Anyone interested in helping make this a Happy summer for these 15 boys is asked to Contact Joe Cross Man at 442-9498. First run blast Jerry Jepson of the elks blasts a single to left Field As Tim Racicot comes Down the third base line in the second inning of the elks game with the Hoosick Falls Lions at alumni Field thursday night As the interstate league began the 1965 a season. The elks won the contest 5-0 on Racicot s pitching and batting performance. The Ball can be seen in upper right Side of picture. Hassenpflug. % Star gels hitting gives hues 13-3 Victory Over dodgers United press International say a Willie Quot and National league fans in nine cities respond a Mays Quot but say it in Pittsburgh and the shout is Quot he s our it would not be fair to compare Willie Stargell of the Pittsburgh pirates to Willie Mays of the san Francisco giants but the 24-year-old Stargell from Earlsboro okla., does Cut quite a set of batting figures of his own. You might say that the pirates Willie gives rival pitchers the willies almost As much As does the giants Willie. Dispensing with the jokes in deference to bleeding no pitchers Stargel boasts a .637 slugging percentage that ranks second in the league Only to Mays .701, has hit 20 homers to Trail san Francisco s Wlllie by Only two and tops Mays runs batted in total 54-52. All of which is not too bad for a somewhat awkward looking first base Man outfielder who hit .273 with 21 homers and 78 Bis All last season. Stargell enjoyed his Best game in his big league career tuesday night when he smashed three homers and a double to Lead the pirates to a 13-3 Victory Over the los Angeles dodgers. Stargell hit his first Homer in the first inning connected for his second with Robert Clemente aboard in the third and walloped his third of the game with Clemente and Bill Verdon on base in the sixth. His first two homers came off Don Drysdale and the third was off John Purdon. Bob Bailey and Jim Pagliaroni also hit homers in a 15-hit attack that enabled Don Cardwell to score his fifth Victory with a four hit ter. The loss was the sixth of the season for Drysdale who has won la games. The St. Louis cardinals routed the Cincinnati reds 11-4, the Chicago cubs topped the Milwaukee braves 3-1, the Philadelphia Phillies beat the san Francisco giants 3-1 and the Houston astros nipped the new York mets 4-2 in other no games. In the american league Baltimore beat Boston 4-1, Cleveland Defeated Minnesota 3-1, Detroit downed los Angeles 3-2 and Kansas City topped new York 6-2. I 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 no. Benn. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 �?1 Ari. 0 i 0 i 0 0 x a 2 display tops poly 6-2 stopping rally in sixth the Bennington display Defeated the pol graphic 6-2 thursday night in Bennington Little league action scoring three runs in the top of the sixth inning and squelching a pol graphic attempt to catch up in the Bottom of the same inning. Display took a 1-0 Lead in the first inning As Jed Dona Van went to first on an error stole second and advanced to third on a passed Ball. A single from Danny Green scored Donavan and the first display run. In the third inning the display increased its Lead to 3-0 Over the poly As Mike Hyde and Green hit Back to Back singles followed by a single from Ernie Hoisington that scored both base runners. Hoisington was thrown out at third base attempting to steal and the third out came when the next Batter flied to right Green and Hoisington hit Back to Back singles in the sixth followed by Steve Mears going to first on an error and Green scoring displays fourth run. Two walks and a fielder s Choice brought Hoisington and Mears Home before the poly retired the Side. Tile pol graphic put Doug Woodard on first with an error followed by a Long Fly out to left by Mark Hassenpflug and a base on balls by Doug Griffin in the Bottom of the sixth. John Dlskoski got on base with an error that tallied Woodard and Griffin scored As the Ball was overthrown at third base. The next two men fanned and grounded out to end the ballgame. Winning Pitcher was Mike Dun ican and the loss went to Woodard. Back in Asheville n.c., in t 1961, the fans creamed a on the Hill will Quot when Stargell Wal i loped homers Over a Hill behind the right Field stands. A year let later Wlllie made it with the pirates in late season and he has developed steadily since then As a real Long Ball threat. The cardinals routed Jim of Toole in 3 2-3 innings and went on to beat the reds and give Tracy Stallard his fourth. Win of the season. Bill White led the cardinals 12-Hlt attack with two doubles and a single Phil gag Llano had a three run Homer and Mike Shannon had two hits. Dick Ellsworth gained his fifth consecutive Victory with a six hitter behind a nine hit cub attack that included three hits by Ernie Banks and two each by Glenn Beckert Doug Clemens and Billy Williams. Tony Cloninger a 10-game Winner for the braves suffered his fifth setback. Tony Gonzalez drove in the tie breaking run in the sixth inning with a single and Dick Stuart added an insurance run with his Lith Homer for the Phillies who dealt san Francisco s Juan Marschal his sixth loss against la victories. Jim Bunning went five innings Quot to pick up the win for the Phil lies although Ray Herbert shut out the giants for the last four frames. Claude Raymond pitched five hit Ball for eight innings to win his third game of the season tot the astros while Jack Fisher lost his eighth decision for the mets. Jim Wynn had two hits and Joe Morgan a key trl 4 pie to Lead the astros seven hit attack. Summary display a r h Petit is 3 0 0 Donavan 3b 3 i 0 Hyde of 3 i i Green c 3 2 3 Hoisington la 2 i 2 Mears of 3 i 0 Loveland 2b i 0 0 Dunham of 2 0 0 Dunican p 3 0 0 totals 23 6 6 poly s. Dlskoski of 3 0 0 Kinney 2b 3 0 0 Woodard p 2 i i Hassenpflug is 3 0 0 Griffin 3b 2 i i j. Dlskoski la 3 0 i Bruso of 3 0 0 Doug Caron of 3 0 i Vosburg c 2 0 0 totals 24 2 4 display poly 1 0 2 0 0 3�?6 0 0 0 0 0 2�?2 passing Blitz expected in All America Grid game Buffalo n. Y. Up a everybody is geared for a passing Blitz in the All America football game saturday night but look for the West to rely on the explosive running of Kansas halfback Gale Sayers. A Sayers is As Fine a runner As College football has had Quot says West coach Frank Broyles of Arkansas. A we Hope to pop him Loose. He a got to keep the Rush off with his threat of running. I will be surprised of Sayers does no to make at least one Long the 6-foot, 195 Pound All America from Omaha nob., who led the big eight in Rushing for three years was the first West player signed for this fifth annual game sponsored by the american football coaches association. The contest will be televised nationally Abc to from War memorial stadium. Californians Craig Morton Tulsa a Jerry Rhome and Bob Berry of Oregon Are battling for the no. I signal calling Job and Broyles has not yet made a Choice. Morton seems to have the Edge but Broyles explains a it does no to make much difference who starts. All three will get a Chance in the first half. Well go from there in the second the East has passing Power and Speed with notre Dames John Huarte and Roger staunch of Navy throwing to Bob Hayes notre Dames Jack Snow Wisconsin a Jim Jones and North Carolina halfback Ken Willard Telg Jim Nance of Syracuse is the East Stop ground a gaining threat. Vacation specials double checked my Ems 1963 Pontiac 4 door Hardtop Auto. Trans., Rah Power steering other extras. $2195.00 Pon Tiao door Hardtop Auto. Trans., Rah Power steer a a $1795.00 Pontiac e pest Lemons 2 door Rah 4 Speed trane., bucket Seata sporty. $1175.00. Pontiac convert Lyle full Power Auto. Trans., other extras. $1695.00 plus other makes and models. 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