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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 31, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Senators steady climb in standings should continue through �?T66 season Bennington Banner thursday March 31, 1966�?11 by Leo h. Petersen Pompano Beach Fla. Up a the Washington Sena tors have progressed slowly but Grid clinic set at gym surely under manager ii Hodges and now they Are talking about finishing in the first division in 1966. That would mean a considerable step up in the improvement Pace which has seen the senators Advance one notch in each of the last two years. They finished ninth in 1964�? Hodges first full year As Pilot and eighth last season. They be added three new faces but that a a far cry from last year when they added five in a single Deal with the dodgers. Those five pitchers Pete Richert and Phil Ortega outfielder Frank Howard third baseman Ken Mcmullen and first baseman Dick Neny form the nucleus of the team again. A they All improve a season when Don lock slumped to a .215 Mark. Valentine for Hawaii last 25 or s and 69 Hawks now looking to los Angeles after three straight Over bullets .324 with the fourth annual University of Vermont football clinic for High school coaches be held figures the senators have despite a lacklustre pitching Hodges predicted adding that staff and a pronounced weak they get a plenty of help Ness Down the Middle Hodges from the three newcomers. On april 29-30. The clinic has been switched from a one Day Winter affair to a two Day Spring event to tie in with the Spring scrimmage game. Coaches Bob Clifford and John Coons offer six hours Good shot at finishing in the top five. A a it a within reason a he insisted. A a we re going to be better. Our defense be improved and so our pitching and hitting. We Arentt they Are Catcher John Orsino outfielder Fred Valentine and Pitcher Jim Duckworth. Orsino was obtained from the Baltimore orioles where he hit .233 last season with nine Home runs and 28 runs batted in. Valentine probably open going to be contenders this of instruction and exhibitors year but i think we Are capable the season in Center Field one show their 1966 line of equip of playing .500 of Washington a weak spots last ment. That does no to seem Likely the clinic is free and open however with the horses to All High school coaches. Hodges has going for him. Welcome Home Bowling results v viru a Rev it batted season Bis. Duckworth won to games with Hawaii and two for the senators and Hodges feels he has the making of a a truly Fine Duckworth be one of the regular starters along with Ortega 12-15richert 15-12mike Mccormick 8-8 and Buster Narum 4-12. Ron Kline 7-6 and Steve Rydzik 6-4 be the top men in the bullpen again. Howard be in left with Valentine in Center. The right Field Job is wide open with Willie Kirkland Jim King Bob Chance and Rookie Brant Alyea who hit .269 with Hawaii with 27 hrs and 84 a big a battling for the Post. Only two spots in the infield Are set Nen at first and Mcmullen at third. Hodges May platoon de Brinkman and Bob Saverine at Short and Don Blasingame and Ken Hamlin at second. St. Louis up a the Happy St. Louis Hawks did no to want to relax on their Day off today for fear of losing the grinding momentum that has thrust them into the Aba s Western division playoff finals against the los Angeles lakers. The Hawks face the lakers Friday night in the first game of their Best of seven series. The Hawks have a perfect 3-0 record in playoff Competition this year after eliminating the Baltimore bullets in three straight games the last a 121-112 Victory wednesday night. The bullets hampered with l 27 girls Eastern High single p. Lindsey�?229 f. Snow�?204 j. Laroche 198 High triple p. Lindsey�?600 f. Snow�?568 h. Harrington�?536 standings w the 81 Bowler ettes 65v2 42v2 Heald plastics five 641/2 43v2 Princess pin jims 61v2 46v2 Mitch a real is. 61 47 Kool Kats 571/2 501/2 five Lou Lous 541/2 531 2 Oneida mkt. 51 57 dunhams furn. 481/2 591/2 amateurs 421/2 651/2 Besharat a mkt. 42 66 sliders we 89v2 untouchables league High single a. Collins�?204 b. Bushee�?191 s. Peabody�?186 High triple s. Peabody�?483 m. Ryder�?481 a. Collins�?4/3 garage league High single e. Farrar�?248 r. Bogardus�?240 f. Corbett�?237 High triple e. Farrar�?698 h. Guber�?604 f. Marcoux�?587 standings w l trl Mettes 71 45 Star electric 68 48 Priscilla is 60 56 by Jurette 56 60 5 pennies 49 67 touchable 5 44 72 standings w l Vallot Tois ins. 74 42 same a Gulf 68 48 Liggetts Dodge 63 53 Mon. Cycles 621/2 531/2 we. Ii Bugbee 62 54 Heald plastics 59 57 Madkour a mkt. 59 57 Globe Union 53i/2 621/2 philos electric 52 64 Mon. Roofing 5iy2 64�?~/2 Purdys inc. 50v2 651/2 Blue Ben Johns 39 77 Union Carbide league High single l. Anzivino�?229 c. Fabiano�?218 j. Vince�?211 High triple l. Anzivino�?603 standings w l foul five 69 43 Guys ii dolls 64 48 Para Mutual 58 54 unpredictable 55 57 lamplighters 524 59vfe runners up 52 60 afterthoughts 50 62 cellar dwellers 47 i 64 i new York up a the new York Yankees who unceremoniously booted out Casey Stengel As manager six years ago because he was a too old a now have to put the Welcome mat out for of Case. A living legend in his own time Stengel who likes to comment a a lot of Fellows my age Are dead a has been invited with Ted Williams to Yankee stadium on july 23rd for the 20th anniversary old timers Day. Stengel and Williams were elected to the Hall of Fame this year. Pownal results first Trot. Mil. <1 00 Momono Vine Schmigel 7 to a of i 0 Moi fou a howl. To Soo c mull. 0 a a to 317. Also in mod d v to fro Silver Jet. Trove Ier Gem. Second puce. Mile js00 Sheridan song Foster 3.00 j 0 i to Long Ensign Dixon. To 3 30 to los request colies to time 2.19.2 Ako ran or Brewer Adios Edna Georgiana Wonnie Blue Stoner Volo Gem. Daily double 0-5 paid 114 40 third Poco. It of j5m Thurley h Oakes Imo 4 20 3 40 Pownal entries thursday March 31, 1966 one Pacsy Miles $500 1. Charming Allan a Constantine 2. Filibuster a Schmigel 3. A Loelle a Matt Ison 4. Yankee Dot a Andersen 5. Queens card a Manning 6. Racketeer a Ting Ley 7. Slick vie a Sadovsky 8. Congress Sharon a Cassidy a i. Demon woman a Schmigel 2. Chally Barnes a Laderach two�?pace�?mile�?$500 1. Family fun a Wells 2. Corporal Adios 3. Champ s Victory a Ward 4. Nubbin mite a Andersen 5. Amber Belle a Cassidy 6. Tassyn a waybill a Madison 7. Grand we a Kane 8. Flax Eye a Star a Plentl three�?trot�?mile�?j5 of j. Friendly scotch a Schmigel 2. Pieta Hanover a Sadovsky 3. Dash away a Kelly 4. Scarlet Chan a Foster 5. Langke new Burgh a Berube it first prize n first prize cube i pork loin s Center Cut s r0ast is Steak f la. 69c f in. 89c in. 99c Salem a Market 831 main St the Williamstown savings Bank announces that Thi anticipated interest rate on regular savings accounts be 4v% per annul effective april 1st interest rate on special notice accounts which require 90 Days notice for withdrawal remain at 4 /2 % per annul deposits made on or before the i oth of any month draw interest from the 1st of that month. _ Bank by mail we postage both ways Williamstown savings Bank in the Village Beautiful All deposits insured in full by Law 6. Lade mercy a Laderach 7. Little miss Hasty a Oral no 8. . A Amble be i. Mal Faust a Houle four Pace Miles $500 1. Wyc Omeco Jim a silk 2. Crimson Prince a Foster 3. Grateful Bobby a fort a 4. Adios Sunshine a grass 5. Proper English a Lelman 6. Hadley a Venus 7. High Bond a Bard 8. Conestoga red a Berube a i. Bold Eddie a somelier five Trot Miles $550 1. Tuition a Proctor 2. Shad Roe a Wells 3. Skeeter Wyn a Crawford 4. Silver speedy a Blasdell 5. Hasty song a m. Haight 6. Haynes up a Pike 7. Golden Echo a Foster 8. Lynn Boot a silk six�?pace�?mile�?$550 1. Wilma a boy a Story 2. Vera Quinton a Alosso 3. Bill Jim John a Marshall 4. Senators girl a Davis ski reports Boston up a the United press International new England Council ski guide for the ski areas of new England the . Weather Bureau Outlook Snow flurries in much of the Mountain ski country today with Little temperature change except turning colder in Vermont during the Day and later in the Day and night elsewhere. Temperatures in the mountains be generally below freeze ing. Vermont Bromley to to 25, powder and machine made 3 inches new Snow snowing dutch Hill 6 to 28, powder 1 Inch new Snow Snow flurries Glen Ellen 12 to 54, powder 3 inches new Snow snowing Hogback 2 to 15, Frozen granular and Bare spots Snow flurries Jay Peak 18 to 45, powder 2 inches new Snow snowing Killington 20 to 36, powder 3 inches new Snow snowing Madonna mt., 16 to 54, powder 2 to 4 inches snowing mad River Glen 40, powder 2 inches new Snow snowing Onemo 6 to 23, powder 2 inches new Snow snowing Pico Peak 15 to 34, powder 2 inches new Snow snowing round top mt., 12 to 22, powder 3 inches new Snow snowing it. Snow 16 to 40, powder i Inch new Snow snowing Stowe 28 to 60, powder 5 inches new Snow snowing Stratton mt., la to 14, powder 5 inches new Snow snowing lightly sugar Bush 28 to 60, powder 4 inches new Snow snowing Massachusetts Brodie mt., i to 12, powder i to 2 inches new Snow snowing 5. Single my a silk 6. Mischief Kyle a a. Grass 7. Mona Marvel a Plentl 8. Adonis Bobby a Houle a i. Amosson a Oscar a Kane 2. Camden Warrior a Pollara seven�?pace�?mile�?$650 1. Bredamus a Manzul 2. Bernie m. A Dixon 3. Seaside a Pike 4. Vicky Melburn a Alosso 5. Its a Mack a Allen 6. Ted Woolen a Browne 7. Cupid Fol Lee 8. Success Comet a Matt is on a i. Nemma a Bui a Long eight�?pace�?mlle�?$550 1. Nita t. A Placenta 2. Trusty Prince a Dev Lezzlo 3. Chief Hawk a Fesh 4. Linda Dee a Foster 5. Sandy Marie a Dixon 6. Nan Jean a Kane 7. Jerry a destiny a Wykowsky 8. Prince vie a Marsh nine Pace mile�?$650 1. Robert Byrd a Allen 2. Shamrock Roland a Pierce 3. Alan gallon a Marsh 4. Macabre win 5. Peg o vie a webs 6. Detonator a Lelman 7. Hurricane Hal a Ferranto 8. Prince Pence a Long a i. Chick pick a Foster the n�?pace�?mue�?$550 1. Song Byrd a Davis 2. Little Darlene p. A Long 3. Lady Mcgill a Spencer 4. June Elkington a Houle 5. Victor escort a Walters 6. Spring Adios a c. Smith 7. E. H. J. A c Orvllle 8. Jayle Bird a Sadovsky a i. Miss Janie Scott a Burgoyne Lay away your new easter fashions now Complete ensembles for children a ladies men shoes too easy budget terms no extra charge Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. Nights-8 00 pm harness racing monday thru saturday daily double twin double cow Perata Reen Mountain Park racing rain or Shine heated. Glass enclosed one mile from Williamstown mass f on route 7 no minors Ernie latest challenger to Snead a control in go Greensboro . Up included six birdies and an a the greater Greensboro Eagle. Open got under Way today with palmers Low score wednes Arnold Palmer already marked Day his second Best round of As the major threat to dethrone the year was a Surprise in that defending Champion Sam Snead he had never won this in the $100,000 event. Tournament and has not played Palmer Golf a Golden boy particularly Here in the from Latrobe pa., Tore apart past. The Sedgefield county club but he got off to a fast course with an eight under Winter Start with a Victory in 63 in wednesdays pro am the los Angeles open and is preliminary. His 30-33 round always considered a threat in any tournament he enters. But Snead supporters can still be found mostly on the strength of the 53-year-old veterans eight previous wins Here and his savvy of the -71, 7-025-Yard course. He won last year after the tournament had been dedicated in Honor of his 25th appearance in the go. But it was by no Means a two Man race. A total of 144 golfers including five amateurs Are entered in the 72-Hole, four Day event that mean $20,000 to the first place finisher. Injuries could not keep Pace with the Hawks in their last Chance Effort. Baltimore led by one Point at halftime but the determined Hawks outscored the limping bullets 34-20 in the third Quarter and took a 93-80 Lead. Bill Bridges scored his career High of 32 Points for the Hawks and guard Len Wilkens pumped in 30 to help push the Hawks into the finals. Baltimore staged another Gay Brewster Story 3-4# Joe Loo Rock Doskow Kij <0 time. I , Aiea ran Loq Madole cried Creed Bill reword Joo Jobob victorious fourth Pace. Mile sex o a steady Andersen a w i n a a bit Joe Tierce. 5 70 i 7� Brown King Cote the t me 2 17.3 also on Meadow Scot. Shawnee express t Entov Quick fan ays for a Tiller rhythm fifth tree mile. Jan or Meo Cine Mon Meeney. Jwj Blite March com Ether a 40 Bohe Bohemia Mona a a pahs t or 2 i also Roo Rah girl in tricorn victorious mar Gold e b Ock Lay Ned interstate sixth Poco. M a 3530 Lotos Loav s a a a a 14,# j n j 40 Mou Doii Moon 340 Dandy Emht Hight or it 19 also ran b Lite u boy Quick Sal red Donov Ricmond Creed scratched Gregs Bor seventh ss50 Pace. I Quot a a it watch key a of a darn Quel Allen a. A c s direct Arthurs a a a a r z time i 1.3 Aso ran to �?~j0�?T 9r� chef Mountain Mosier Pearl eighth Joo Poce i mite Shody Dol hostess Cross 9 a to too a rides porno Schmigel. 3. Son of Eden Monn or. Tim Quot 2 13 also ran Terry he. Kandy Royal. Doily Way Runny Mode Cooper Bordner Hanover. Twin double 5-s-5-a paid sji7 of ninth Salo Pace i mile Dot Ritta Mcfarland a of 0 j 70 puke Wyn Browne. 110 4 Yonkee Barnes Smith. Aso time 2 is.2. Also in Joey h pop leu Anson. Roving Gypsy Lucy s Demon grand co Dinar tenth Pace mile 5550 miss Kent Moon. Or. T i9 a to j to Princess Mollie Luton 5 to 5 0 Chocko Yotte Guy Ains so. Time 2 j a. Aiso started Roby b l by. Car dirt a Fine Scotts Iris. Hotly Mission. M Bro dream. Perfecto 17 paid 535-20 attendance 1193 handle Sfa Aoa. Rally in the fourth period to move within three of St. Louis with Don Ohl scoring 15 Points in the period. Ohl Sank six Field goals and three free throws in the period. He finished with 32, High for Baltimore. Retiring Baltimore coach Paul Seymour threw hobbling Gus Johnson into the fray in a last attempt to overtake the Hawks. Johnson Rode the Bench during the first two playoff games in Baltimore. Complete selection decorator pillows available at a Bellemare amp sons no. Bennington re. Dial 2-6009 a come on up Call now 32 trails to lifts ski weeks adults $25-30, hrs. $18-22 . A of to in hot a a Toti Minim Ion 3,. By Vermont of of latest reports Killington Call 802 442-3333 im.5 hotel in Boston two blocks from mass. Turnpike exit % the Friendly hotel k All rooms with private Bath television Radi Orch Loren a rooms with air conditioning j 3 Poy fuck Cape pin write by plan a a special student rates Walter j. Carney general manager free overnight Auto parking Here a the inspiration Chevelle is s96 in convertible form sporting Way to savings Chevelle Malibu sport Coupe. Chevelle Malibu sport Coupe. Sporty Price. A double dividend the Chevrolet Way Chevrolet double dividend dats no. I buys a no. 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