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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 23, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8 a Bennington Banner wednesday March 21, 1966 flu Bug strikes celts Havlicek Boston up a the flu had resumed workouts in Hopes Bug was a late starter for the of rejoining Cincinnati for the Boston celtics today As they playoffs. Prepared for their unfamiliar the Eastern division prelim it role of runner up in National by playoff card had the two basketball association playoff teams shifting to Cincinnati for action. The second game saturday night the celtics were entertaining an j resuming the series on a Cincinnati s rugged royals at ton Fri television at Boston Gar Boston Garden in the first of a Best of five series to determine which of the clubs will face first place Philadelphia in Den sunday afternoon. Additional games if necessary will be at Cincinnati on he Eastern division playoff 0 wednesday night March 30 and Quot a r a 1 v a Back in Boston Friday evening nals. The game marked the first time in a decade that the celtics failed to finish first and had to see action in the preliminary series for the right of advancing in the playoffs. Boston has win the playoff title seven successive times and eight times in the past nine seasons. The flu i Jug struck the Boston squad without warning and just Over 24 hours before the opening clash with the royals. Utill Tyman John Havlicek generally regarded As the a Best sixth Many in the Aba was bedded under a doctor s care april i. The celtics who edged the royals 6-4, in regular season play by virtue of a 121-104 Victory in the finale sunday had Only a limited shooting Drill monday but held a Long and rugged workout tuesday. The royals worked both Days on the Boston College court where the Eagle squads of sex celtic Star Bob Cousy play their Home games. Boston coach red Auerbach who will end a 20-year career As Dean of Aba coaches follow Darwin first team pick by Marble Valley coaches and placed on a steady diet of log his clubs bid for another antibiotics. At the same time Jack Mcmahon had promising news from his temporary royals training Camp at Boston College. He said that 6-foot-7 Harold Happy Hairston who missed most of the last few games of Cas Oscar Robertson and and the season with an ankle injury plan Smith has to be Tough a was a coming along nicely and Auerbach insisted. Playoff Crown admitted the possible loss of Havlicek could be a serious blow to Bostons chances and noted that Hairstone a possible return would make the already Strong royals even stronger. A any club with a Jerry in clan meeting a two prominent Bennington scotsmen meet at the foot of Haystack Man. During a recent snowstorm. Duncan Argyle Campbell left Public relations director for Haystack and j. Duncan Campbell president of Bennington display mfg. Co. And town Republican chairman Are not related but for years have been thought the same person by Many local residents. Misdirected mail and phone Calls have brought the two into Contact frequently. Durocher needs More horses to pull cubs into Contention Long Beach Calif. Up a the Chicago cubs will run bunt and use the hit and run Marichal in giants fold loud a not from . Stars by Fri it Mcwane up sports writer Marichal is Koufax and Drysdale no that a the latest development from the training Camps of the san Francisco Glants and the los Angeles dodgers As the two managements continued their efforts tuesday to sign baseball a three Best pitchers. The giants succeeded in signing their Ace right hander Juan Marichal after a 23-Day holdout but even a personal Call from dodger president Walter of Malley failed to Budge Sandy Koufax and Don Drys Dale in their negotiations. Quot a a Mentis a Marini who hosted a 22-13 about further negotiations. But record last season and Al nisted he disclosed he and second to Koufax in earned run halt a help Cove Tifni _ average with 2.14, signed for a o Malley minus their Contr Little More Dan $70,000. The for were ready _ to Nego a dominican Dandy had been Bat on the Rig holding out for $80,000 but contract. Settled for a Compromise Tbs had h6611 a Sticky to agreement since 1 011 and Sandy wanted a of Mallet placed a Call to three year Deal amounting to Drysdale and Koufax tuesday a it it it $500 000 each. E but offered the two pitchers the pointed out the i>odgi9r same contract that had pre made of sneer piously been offered them and which had the effect of longer contracts than one year. Rejected. Drysdale working out regularly now even though the stalemate persists said of Mal Horton Only Bright spot As sox Tumble into cellar Winter Haven Fla. Up but the senators who had a a the a a reformed Boston red 0-9 record going into the game sox May have improved their pounced on Sanders for three off the Field conduct this year runs in the fifth and went pm but their playing looks As bad to win 8-7 win. As Ever. The red sox take pm the new the red sox who pub locally York Yankees today. Pete Char confessed their sins at the Start ton Gerry Herron and Dick of Spring training and promised Radatz were scheduled to toe to Lead Model lives dropped the Mound for the sox. Their Lith game in 13 outings slugging first baseman Tony tuesday to drop into last place Horton provided one of the few in exhibition standings. Bright spots in Bostons Day Ken Sanders a draftee who tuesday. The 21-year-old Cauls trying to make the team wornian who hit .298 in 59 held the Washington senators games with the sox last year witless through the first four slammed a triple and two Dou innings tuesday. Bios against the senators. Sea Lem a Market 831 main St. Governor club a it i 1 / a a vied whist a. It u. A. A or new now available pint $225 there Isno finer Whisby governors club is custom blended in controlled quantities and is Light and smooth As the most notable import. And you get 23% More whiskey in the full quart bottle. Club j. A. Dougher tvs sons co. Distillers Philadelphia Penna. Lemont ill. Governors club blended whiskey 86 proof s5ft Grain Neutral spirits but tuesday Don said the question of contract duration a should be no problem. We should be Able to meanwhile both the giants and dodgers continued to flounder in the exhibition games. San Francisco which won its first six games of the Spring dropped its fifth straight tuesday losing to the Chicago cubs 4-2. Bobby wines 12th inning Homer gave the Philadelphia Philles a 3-2 Triumph Over los Angeles As the dodgers dropped their eighth game in to starts. In other games Willie Horton a first inning grand slam Homer and Solo homers by Don Demeter and Al Kaline propelled the Detroit tigers to a 7-4 Triumph Over the new York Yankees. Jackie Warner drove in three runs with a Homer and single to Pace the Cau Fornata Angels to an 11-0 Victory Over the Cleveland indians. Woody held belted a two run Homer in the seventh inning to give the Baltimore orioles a 5-3 Victory Over the new York mets. Art Mahaffey pitched scoreless two hit Ball for four innings and Pat Corrales and Alex Johnson had five hits Between them to hand the St. Louis cardinals a 6-4 Victory Over Cincinnati. Pinch hitter Frank Bolling drove in the tying and winning runs with a single in the eighth inning to Laad the Atlanta braves to a 4-3 Triumph Over the Kansas City athletics. Pitcher Frank Carpin hit a bases loaded single in the last of the eighth to Pace the Houston astros to a 5-3 Victory Over the Pittsburgh pirates. Don Buford s Bloop single drove in the winning run As the Chicago White sox Defeated the Minnesota twins 5-4 in to innings. The Victory was the White sox Lith in 13 exhibition games. Play More often in 1966, and get their share of Home runs too but not even the change in style of play and the presence of Leo Durocher will get them out of the National leagues second division. You have to have the horses to win in the evenly balanced . And Leo simply does no to have them with the cubs. He won pennants in the 1940s and 1950s with the Brooklyn dodgers and new York giants and his return As skipper of the cubs after an 11-year absence automatically figures to make Chicago a More interesting team to watch. In Ernie Banks Ron Santo and Billy Williams the cubs have three standout players. From there the Quality drops quite a few notches and that is where Durocher s Genius As a manager will be tested to its fullest. Williams was the Star of the team in 1965 when he hit 34 homers and drove in 108 runs. Third baseman Santo Wasny to too far behind with 33 homers and lot Bis while Banks now 35, had 26 homers and 106 runs driven in. Glenn Beckert a .239 hitter in 1965, once again will open at second base. He a Only a second year Man and figures to improve As does shortstop Don Kessinger who batted .201 in his Rookie season last year. Outside of Willie Mays of the giants Williams has no peer As an outfielder. Last year his fifth in the big leagues the left handed hitting Williams batted .315, had 203 hits and scored 115 commitments in Southern Cali runs in addition to pacing the fornia. Rutland a Frank Darwin a 6�?T2�?� senior Center for Cliff Weymouth a Burr and Burton hoop sters during the past season was named to the Marble Valley league All Star team by Mil coaches on monday night. Darwin joined three other seniors and one Junior on the first team. Chester a Ken Cook the Hannum out Sharman in for warriors san Francisco up a Alex Hannum the Nice Guy was out As coach of the san Francisco warriors and Bill Sharman one of the National basketball associations All time stars was in. Hannum was fired after rebuilding the team this past season into a colourful squad that missed by a whisker of gaining the Western division playoffs. Owner Franklin Mieuli said he was forced to let Hannum go because Alex could not devote 12 months of the year to the Job. Mieuli said he expected Sharman a Star for to years with the Boston celtics to locate in the san Francisco Bay area and be available to work with the team year Long. Hannum who led the warriors to the Aba title game against the celtics two years ago in his first season at the Helm has off season business league scoring Champ who broke the Mil season Point record with an average of 28.6 per game led in the balloting and was named Captain of the quintet. Greg Baker of Poultney Bob Greene of Proctor and Junior Steve Oldenburg of Woodstock rounded out the first five. Named to the second team were Jim Cross of Chester John pol Jacik and Don Gallus of league Champ Proctor Terry Johnson of Woodstock and Lennie Kennedy of Wallingford. Darwin who averaged 15.2 Points for the season and was described by Weymouth As a the toughest rebounded in the league when he son a sparked the bulldog quintet to a fifth place finish in the Mil. Darwin playing in his first season for bus came to the Seminary As a Transfer student from new York City. He is vice president of the senior class. Cook and his Chester Tea top Ped the Mil in virtually every club in homers and a big a. However with Wes Covington and George Altman flanking him in the Outfield Billy figures to work overtime Many an afternoon. An outfielder of and one Durocher about is 2 3-year-old Byron Browne. Browne is a Fine fielder but needs to learn to hit better according to Leo. The catching and pitching staffs May need the biggest overhauling. Randy Hundley who came to the cubs in a Winter Trade with the giants along with Pitcher Bill hands currently is Duroch Eros no. I catching candidate. Hundley batted .240 with Hannum said he was told by Mieuli that he was fired at 7 . Tuesday. A this came As somewhat of a Shock even though the subject had been discussed earlier a the future said Hannum. Is excited Frank Darwin offensive category but the sentinels wound up second in the standings behind Proctor. Cook scored 45 Points in one of his outings and Chester averaged 68.44 per game on the season. Cook Baker Greene and Oldenburg were the four leading scorers in the Mil and Darwin ranked sixth. Five nations in Sun Valley ski Battle Sun Valley Idaho up a the american International team chose their members at Sun Valley tuesday and returned for a second practice Day today in preparation for races in team Competition among five nations. Competing teams Are from the United states France Austria Switzerland and Canada. Each National team is comprised of five men and four women. The races Are thursday Friday and saturday. Teams will Combine Best Points for the team title As at Vail colo., last year. The Only individual Competition is a special slalom slated sunday the new Sun Valley Challenge cup race. Clear weather along with cold temperatures and Good Snow promised outstanding conditions for the weekend meet. The americans will feel the loss of Billy Kidd of Stowe vt., who is suffering from a weak ankle. The ankle kept him out of the Stowe meet after he found it would not support his weight. New Home brings Success to sex dodger Mounds Man by Milton Richman up sports writer Pompano Beach Fla. Tacoma and .067 with giants in up a Pete Richert is a 1965. Larry Jackson 14-21ernie Brogulo 1-6bob Buhl 13-11. And Dick Ellsworth 14-15 Diplomat. He does no to wish to be drawn the Sandy Koufax Don Drysdale salary entanglement figure As the Chi ago starters even though they re both Good this year. Ellsworth is 26, friends is and once were his Brogulo is 30, Jackson 35 and teammates. Buhl 37. Hands Tacoma of the Pacific coast league last year has an excellent Chance of making the starting rotation according to Durocher. He a Only 25. Billy Richert would never put who was himself in the same class with Drysdale and Koufax but he has one amusing thing in common with them. He a convinced he can make More Money by not being Hoeft 2-2 and Bob Hendley 4 the dodgers rather than 4 Are the other starting being with them. And Isnit candidates. Pownal results first poet mile 1500. Crimson Prince Foster 3.48 2.46 Job Jeon Flanagan Cornel her it. 3.10 4.40 miss direct hoi Spencer 4 to i 2.14 3. Also Ted Fri shall Adios let Nancy task Spike escort charming Surprise second Pace mile $500. Camden Warrior pol loin. Look j.40 3 20 Vero Quinton Alosso. 4 00 3 40 Rowdy Prince Stevens 400 t�?2 16 2. Also a. C a Chance bord blackguard senator Scott Peters pet. Daily double 2-1 paid $14.20 third Trot mile $5500-David a Mattison or in 3.40 3.40 Gemma pick Cross. 4.40 3 40 Pom c. Randall or 4 80 t�?2.15. Also ready song Bernie buddy charming doll Roe phone Strat Ostreko. Fourth Pace Ririe $500, Bill in to Cornellier 17.80 4.00 3.40 Brown King Collette. 3.80 3.20 Dove liner Dobkowski 3.20 t 2 11.4. Also Mil Bett Shawnee express j. C. Mike Gil Bradley Gene Leo. Fifth Pace mile $550 Yankee Barnes Smith 4.40 Soo 3.40 a. A s direct Arthurs 0.20 5 00 Little Darlene Long 2.80 t 2 13.4. Also Leo Grotton. E. H. J., Princess Mollie a Lynn Flash Goy Frank. Sixth Pace. Mile $550 Bruce Rose Croft Foster 4.40 2.40 2.40 Jimmy Crum silk or 2.40 2.40 sword Demon Blake 2-� t 2 10 also Fanny s fort Bra Fiew Nellie Breese Sylus Ranger deep Sii Verhees. Seventh Pace mile $450. Duke Wyn Brown. 40.20 14.80 her Lucy Demon Spencer Jurj. 10.00 4.40 jealous abbe Schmigel 5.00 t j 12. Also Peg o vie Hurricane hoi Shamrock Roland Linda s Dee. Scratched formate. Eighth $800, Pace Milr Viv t gluon. 5.40 3 80 3.40 Morry dares Mattison 5.00 2 80 Detonator Kleiman. Soo time 2 09.4. Also Golden Fox Corol Shil Don s fiesta miss forever tip Belagh Credo us. 8-7 a 7-sf paid $4724 00 ninth $900, Trot mile. Parker s boy Hill. 8.00 4.20 2.40 frosty darts Smith. 15.40 4.40 or. Mackinsey Foster 3 20 time 2 11. Also Maida Homestretch spot speedy a Hosty song. Scratched Twilight Shaheen. Tenth $650, Pace mile. Patricia e. Lee Foster 6.20 2.90 2 80 Kilt direct Hassapelis 8.40 4.00 Success Comet Mattison 3.80 time 2 12.1. Also go Primrose Fleet pick Ted Woollen Afton december Terry Hill. Perfect $-1 paid $53 40 attendance�?1607. Hondie�?$117,729. That the same thing Koufax and Drysdale have been claiming All along As a 15-game Winner last year and the acknowledged Ace of the Washington senators pitching staff Richert does no to make half the salary of either Koufax or Drysdale. The genial 26-year-old Southpaw still is a few Bucks Short of the $30,000 bracket but thinks he has a far better financial future with the senators than he Ever had with the dodgers. A when i was Over there they just did no to pitch me a he said checking his weight pm the clubhouse scale. A i know that being with the senators does no to have All the Glamor of being with the dodgers. It does no to bother me. Id much rather be a big fish in a Little barrel. Beside i feel i can make More Money with this club than with the its erne of those quirks of baseball Fortune that the dodgers moved a Small Mountain to obtain Claude Osteen from the senators during december of 1964 and one of the players they gave up in the Deal was Richert whom they had under their noses All along. So what happened Osteen won 15 games for the dodgers last season and Richert attained the same total for the senators. A we could be making a big mistake a declared general manager Puzzle Bavasi when los Angeles made the Trade. As it turned out the dodgers did t make any mistake getting Osteen and As for the senators they re ready to make that same Deal again seven Days a week. A i like it Here a said Richert. A a they be treated me real Well. I knew id get a Chance Here. Over there i was just a once Weeker or less. In a Way those 15 victories last year surprised me. I Wasny to too familiar with the american league and i started out poorly but then i came a picking up a Slider in Winter Ball helped me a said Richert. A who knows if i get a better Start this season i might be Able to win More than 15. In be got one thing going for me now. It s not a matter of making the club. A year ago this time i was a Little unsure. I Wasny to even positive id Richert Isnit worried about that now. Manager ii Hodges and coach Rube Walker whom Pete Calls a my guardian Angel a have asked Richert to set an example for the younger players and that pleases him. Pownal entries full service banking a Mon needs full service bunking when he has the responsibility of a Home car and family get full service at the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation wednesday March 23 one Trot i mile $500 1. Mar key Hile Tingley 2. Mite Frost 3. Lanke Newburgh Berube 4. Tyson d. Silk 5. Golden Echo Haight 6. Etch Alden a Hiu 7. Dell Adam Church 8. Sturdy Knight Foster a. I. Nicky Hanover Schmigel 2. Harry task Manzi two Pace i mile $500 1. Chester Cullen Savosky 2. Ginger a Prince Heeney 3. Boyds Pride Mccrea 4. Thurley h. 5. Lady Casey Mattison 6. Vans Adios Andersen 7. Lady Blaze a Schmigel 8. Cholly Barnes a Laderach three Pace i mile $500 1. Money solicitor Burgess 2. Interstate Proctor 3. Willa Bloom a Harp 4. Goldie blackguard Pike 5. Rifleman Church 6. Glenn Adios Placente 7. Widows Creek Fleming 8. Hadley a Venus a Cochran four Trot i mile $600 1. Hasty dares Browne 2. Impulse grass 3. Amorous Savosky 4. Silver Speedie Blasdell 5. Hay judge Spencer 6. Country St in silk 7. Right song Davis 8. Acme Wilson five Pace i mile $500 1. Cecil Guy k. 2. Demon woman Schmigel 3. Ricky b. Pike 4. Quick Sal Dob Kowald 5. Poste Nelll Paula Marsing 6. Conestoga Kern Foster 7. Bush Yankee Lutman 8. Midnight Breeze a Pike six Pace i mile $550 1. Lizzy Lind Cross 2. Lilli put Coville 3. Miss Impala a silk 4. Peggy a Broom co Neitis 5. Miss Janie Scott Burgoyne 6. Verna Duke Leary 7. Prince discovery Long 8. Graham Cracker seven Pace i mile $550 1. Fair Kamela Blake 2. Prince majesty a Long 3. Traffic manager Houle 4. Georgic Volo Proctor 5. Briarwood Carroll a Collette 6. Chocko Yotte Guy Alorro 7. Pleasant time Browne 8. Sentinel direct Mattison eight Pace a i mile a $550 1. Dixie Flint Collette 2. Bucky flame Church 3. Jose Dale Katrinka a Foster 4. Dusty Prince Long 5. Robert Byrd Coville 6. June Ellington Houle 7. Cumbee Kane 8. Biljac Pierce 1 a. I. Trust Prince Dev Lezzlo 2. Chief Hawk nine Pace i mile $600 1. Fire Bird Haight 2. Lady Mcgill a Spencer 3. Airtight Ferranto 4. Tar Sand Foster 5. Mischief Kyle grass 6. Success Zoe Pierce 7. Runnymede Cooper Long 8. Nan Jean Kane a. I. Mana Marvel a pint ten Pace 5/� mile $500 1. Short fuse Mattison 2. Nubbin mite a Andersen 3. Bar Harbor Coppola 4. Runnymede Viola Dickie 5. Grand we a Kane 6. 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