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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner wednesday May i 1963 Angels dump yanks 6-3 Simmons wins 4th for cards Mcbride close to no hitter Ness Moue Stamford,conn.,mayor for Lead May be Aba president by the associated Prest Ken Mcbride keeps setting up a rendezvous with Fame but someone is always breaking the Date. The 27-year-old Ace of the los Angeles pitching staff flirted with a no hitter again tuesday night but eventually needed ninth inning Relief help before the Angels were Able to subdue the new York Yankees and the reunited Mickey Mantle Roger Marls combination 6-3. Holding the Yankees witless for 6 1-3 innings Mcbride s second no hit bid of the season was broken up with one out in the seventh inning when first baseman Joe Pepitone singled through the Middle. To Mcbride it was just another broken appointment. Curt Simmons won his fourth game without a loss allowing Only four hits As St. Louis edged Milwaukee 2-1 and took Over first place in the National league with its fourth straight Victory and eighth in nine games. Only one other game was played in the Al ask Amilpas Cual scattered la hits and was backed by a 14-hit Minnesota attack that subdued Baltimore 8-1. Six games were postponed due to rain. The Yankees got to Mcbride for their first run in the eighth inning on Clete Boyer s double and Tony Kubek a single. When Mantle and Maris singled opening the ninth Mcbride was relieved by Jack Spring. Pepitone singled Home a run and after Art Fowler took Over for Spring Elston Howard singled Home another. Boyer fouled out and Pinch hitter Dale Long i tried to Albie Pearson who raced in for the catch and threw to second base to get Pepitone for a game ending double play. Simmons lowering his earned run average to 1.25 with his fourth Complete game was tagged for a first inning Homer by the braves Frank Bolling in the first inning then had Little difficulty until the eighth inning when Pinch hitter Bob Uecker doubled. Len Gabrielson followed with a single to right but George Altman raced in and fired a Strong accurate throw that caught Uecker at the plate As he tried to come around with the tying run. Julian Javier a fifth inning Homer off starter and loser Denny Lemaster proved to be the deciding run for the cards. Five twins doubles off the orioles Steve Barber gave Pascual an Early 3-0 Lead and he held on until Minnesota put it away with a five run burst in the eighth inning. Bennington minor league registration registration for Bennington minor league baseball will be held again from 6-8 ., today at the Bennington Little league Field for boys in the Bennington area Only. Boys must be accompanied by a Parent and must bring a copy of the boys birth certificate. All boys who played in the minor league last season must Register again this year. Little league tryouts for boys 9-10-years-old will be held on thursday at 6 At the Little league Field and for boys 11-12 Yea sold on Friday at 6 In Case of rain the tryouts will be held saturday May 4 at 9 . Only boys who have played one year of minor league baseball Are eligible for the Little league tryouts. Mechanized baseball looking Over the pitching machine at Hoosick Falls Central school Are head coach Bill Gilchrist left and three of his squad attempting to Hook up the electrical line. Machine throws flys Umi grounders As Well As pitches at various Heights and speeds. Staff photo read Willie Shoemaker navigates Bonjour to Derby trial win Bennington Brush displayed clutch Bowling this week in the menus City league by taking 4-0 from smokes and timing them for the league Lead with one week to go in the. Season. % Cushman s a 4 strikers a 0 High single a Lindsey a 182 High triple a Lindsey a 524 Benn. Brush a 4 smokes a 0 High single a h. Short a 218 High triple a r. Jones a 598 Shea s Wood a 3 renegades a i High single a c. Hogan a 197 High triple a b. Murray a 532 Brothers 5 a i Dinette a 3 High single a c. Pray a 191 High triple a h. Plante a 533 bangers a 4 beginners a 0 High single a Mattison a 213 High triple Houghtaling a 583 Empire a 2 Nyabe a 2 High single pm. Kahwajy a 199 High triple m. Kahwajy a 511 Stan Kings new York a the National basketball association basking in the glow of a 35 per cent regular season Gate increase will name the second president in its 17-year history today in the final session of the annual meeting. J. Walter Kennedy 49-year-old mayor of Stamford conn., and former Aba press chief is in line for the Post. Kennedy has written hit his resignation As mayor. The Aba has called a news conference today presumably to announce Kennedy s appointment As Suc Umbricht to recover Cessor to Maurice Podoloff the Only chief the pro league has had since its 1946 founding. Podoloff is retiring. His contract expires today. Podoloff s last official act was to provide Over the annual draft meeting tuesday at which the nine teams picked Over a relatively indifferent crop of College stars. Podoloff also announced a 35 per cent Aba Gate increase last season and a 28 per cent boost in playoff game receipts. The new York kicks cellar team last year grabbed the Only two All americas available in the modern Medicine saves Colts leg smokes 89 39 Benn. Brush 89 39 beginners 85 43 rangers 74 54 Nyabe 70 58 Brothers 5 68 60 renegades 60 68 Empire 57 71 Dinette 56 72 Shea s Wood 51 77 Cushman a 40 88 strikers 31 95 Louisville by. Apr thanks to a Rookie Trainer and a weather worn Arizona Cowboy who shocks the sophisticated racing world with his training methods California will have its strongest Kentucky Derby representation in history saturday. John Jacobs 28, will Send Patrice Jacobs California bred Bonjour Winner of tuesdays Derby trial in the iv4 mile Derby. The Arizona Cowboy. Houston apr Only surgical techniques discovered within the last five years prevented the amputation of Jim Umbricht a a cancerous right leg seven weeks ago. Today the big Houston Colts right handed Pitcher is Well on the Road to recovery and insists Quot i should have at least five or six Good baseball years left. I feel like a 20-year-old.�?� he is 32. Umbricht who posted a 4-0 record for the Colts and was 3-4 with Oklahoma City of the american association last season under mesh Tenney will Send out Rex Ellsworth seven Money favorite Candy spots. Everybody knows what unbeaten Candy spots can do. Bonjour just adds a Little icing to the cake. A Bonjour is greatly improved since Santa Anita a said Jacobs who has helped his father Hirsch Jacobs train since 1956. Jockey Willie Shoemaker came from eight lengths off the Pace to take the Lead one eighth mile or or r in in from the finish in the one mile $16,200 trial. He won by three quarters of a length Over Walnut Hill farms Gray pet. Ambush stables on my Honor another California Colt finished third in a Field of eight Derby eligible. The other California Colt that will Start in the Derby b. J. Bidder s Royal Tower sat out the trial. Bonjour ran the distance in i minute 36 and 2-5 seconds Over a track classified As Good and returned $4.40 As the favorite. Tenney said tuesday night he does no to care How Candy spots runs in the Derby just so he has a lot left for the stretch run. Tenney who trained the 1955 Derby Winner swaps believes the Best Way to train a horse is the simplest Way. He never knows for sure when Candy spots will work out. A if he feels like training a Little bit a Tenney said a we train a Little bit. If he does no to we just wait for another Day when he most trainers carefully sponge their Colts Down brushing them very carefully. Tenney just turns a water Hose on them and lets it go at that. Candy spots and Cain Hoy stable s never Bandi second Choice at 2-1 to win the Derby will hold their final workouts thursday. Greentree stables no robbery the third Choice worked his final time monday. Final could be Tough for . In pan am a Sao Paulo Brazil apr the . Raid on track and Field Gold medals could hit a real Snag in the fourth pan american games today with the yanks facing a a Battle in All four menus finals and the wrap up of the decathlon. Although the .a. Captured six of the eight menus events in three track sessions since saturday latin american opposition is bristling in the 200-meter sprint 400-meter hurdles and 10,000-meter run while canadians appear the men to beat in the 800-meter run and the payoff round of the decathlon. Meanwhile the United states continued its monotonous Harvest of Gold medals with 68 for All sports since the games started april 20. For the first time Ainee Cuba s Rafael for Tun Chacon was a double Winner in the opening pan am meet at Buenos Aires in 1951, the .a. Could suffer a Gold medal blanking in both the 100-and 200-meter sprints. Cuba s Enrique Figuerola grabbed the too meter Crown sunday and wednesday a pair of Fleet venezuelans a Arquimedes Herrera and Rafael Romero a and Trinidad s Clift Bertrand May gang up on the .�?T Lone 200-meter finalist it. Ollan Cassell of it. Sam Houston Tex. In the 800-meter run. Also fancied an american Forte Canadas Don Bertoia and Sig Obi Emann look mighty Tough for Ernie Dotson. Sex Kansas runner. All the yank pair of balding Pete Mcardle Ireland born new yorker and John Gutknecht Chapel Hill n.c., has to beat in the 10,000-meter grind is Argentina s great Osvaldo Suarez seeking his third successive pan am title and Canada s Doug Kyle 1959 runner up. With the decathlon entering lie final five events the discus pole vault too mater hurdles fax Elton and 1,500 run it appeared unlikely the half Way Leader venezuelans Hector Thomas Martinez could maintain his sprately Pace of tuesday. Both us. Contenders Russ Hodge of Roscoe n.y., j. D. Martin of Norman okla., Are moving into their Strong events. But they could have trouble with versatile Doug Gairdner the Canadian Champion. Went a six hour operation March 7 after the discovery of the rare but lethal tumor a Black mole cancer. Doctors at the University of Texas m. D. Anderson Hospital said a Black mole cancer gets its name because the first sign is usually a Black mole on the or leg. The cancer cells usually travel rapidly up the limb or to other parts of the body. In Umbricht Scase cancer had spread Only to the Groin. A cancerous Lump was removed. Big Jim says his doctors feel the malignancy was arrested in time and should not re appear. Umbricht credits Early detection of the cancer and his Good physical condition for the Success of the surgery. He initially mentioned the Lump to a doctor during Spring training at Apache Junction Ariz. The physician advised further examination. In the operation called a a perfusion which had been performed on Only 169 others the leg was tied off with a Tourniquet. Tubing was inserted in the leg. 1 drugs were circulated through use of the same kind of pumps used on a heart lung machine. Softball league meets tonight a meeting of the revived Bennington softball league will be held tonight in the Myca at 7 30. This is the final Chance for teams to Register for league play. The league will be slow pitch or class b. Any individual not connected with a team who desires to play should be at the meeting tonight. It is essential that All interested persons wishing to participate in Bennington softball this summer in any capacity attend this meeting. Is draft Art Heyman of Duke and Jerry Harkness of Chicago Loyola. They made Heyman the no. I pick after the Cincinnati royals had tabbed Tom Thacker of the University of Cincinnati As a territorial Choice. San Francisco sprang a Surprise naming Nate Thurmond of Bowling Green a 6-foot-11 Center. The warriors picking third had been expected to strengthen their Back court since they have 7-1 Wilt Chamberlain at Center. Detroit picking fourth wanted Thurmond. Rays keeps slim Lead in Bowling Ray s Market maintained its slim Lead Over electronics in the International Bowling league this week As the season nears a close. Ray s took four Points from North radio while electronics was taking four from the Blue jays. Next week Ray s will meet Tough blur no i who Are assured of a third place finish while electronics will face be Mont in the final meeting of the league. International Johnson Oil a 3 be Mont a i High single a j. Dailey a 212 High triple a j. Dailey a 560 electronics a 4 Blue jays a 0 High single a a. Hicks a 218 High triple a a. Hicks a 560 Bijur no. 2 a 4 Bijur no. I a 0 High single a l. Boutin a p. Becker a 197 High triple a p. Becker a 555 Mitch s Barber shop a 3 Arlington 5 a i High single a 219 High triple a a. Hess a 527 Blue Angels a 4 Tri Mont Texaco a 0 High single a a. Provensal�?256 High triple a b. Provensal�?526 rays Market a 4 North radio a 0 High single a a. Pinsonneault a 214 High triple a a. Pinsonneault �?592 standings teams w l rays Market 88 40 electronics 87 41 Bijur no. I 73 55 Blue jays 68 60 Mitch s Barber shop 66 62 Blue Angels 651/2 62 Johnson Oil 65 63 Arlington 5 64% 63% be Mont 57 71 North radio 47 81 Tri Mont Texaco 44 84 Bijur no. 2 43 85 Pennel again makes record vault t a. Team son 63 to handling hot Corne r for the Henri catamounts and in sure style is dour Catkin shown Here in Manchester versus Hurr Burton taking a hard bouncer and preparing to step towards first As shortstop Brad Stevens races behind it Alkin to cover the play. Staff photo read sports captains at Williams National league american league w. L. Pct. . W. L. Pct. Go a. St. Louis 14 6 .700 a Kansas City 12 7 .632 a Pittsburgh la 5 .688 i Boston 9 6 .600 i Milwaukee 12 9 .571 2% new York 8 6 .571 1% san Frau. La 9 .550 3 Baltimore to 8 .556 i % los Angeles Roll .476 4% los Angeles la to .524 2 Chicago 9 to .474 4% Chicago 7 7 .500 2% Philadelphia 8 to .444 5 Minnesota 9 to .474 3 Cincinnati 6 to .375 6 Detroit 8 to 444 3 % new York 7 12 .368 6% Cleveland 5 8 .385 4 Houston 7 13 .350 7 Washington 6 13 .316 6 tuesdays results tuesdays results major league stars batting Julian Javier cardinals homered in fifth inning for decisive run in 2-1 Victory Over Milwaukee that extended St. Louis winning Streak to four games. Pitching a Curt Simmons cardinals won his fourth without a loss allowing Only four hits in 2-1 Triumph Over braver. Williamstown mass. A captains for three of next years Winter teams at Williams College were picked at squad banquets during the past week. Al Foster of Milwaukee Wise. Will Lead the 1963-64 basketball team John Winfield of Fairfax a. Heads next year s wrestlers and Joel Reingold of West Newton is hockey Captain. Foster a c�?T6�?� Center missed the first games of this years schedule due to illness but came on Strong to spark the team in a number of games and earn a starting berth. The lanky Milkau Kean was termed the a most improved player on the squad a by Veteran coach Al Shaw. Foster was a key Man in Williams successful defense of the Little three Crown this Winter. Winfield an outstanding wrestler in the 137-Pound division for the past two years had the Best record of Williams grapplers this Winter a feat he also accomplished As a Sophomore. Reingold a goaltender has seen limited action the past two years behind Boti Rich one of the Best net minders in Williams history. But the Newton lad has Fine Promise and should come into his own next Winter. St. Louis 2, Milwaukee i los Angeles at new York Ppd rain san Francisco at Philadelphia Ppd rain Chicago at Cincinnati Ppd rain Houston at Pittsburgh Ppd rain today a games Houston at new York los Angeles at Philadelphia Ltd san Francisco at Pittsburgh Ltd Chicago at St. Louis fro Milwaukee at Cincinnati fro thursday s games Houston at new York san Francisco at Pittsburgh n Milwaukee at Cincinnati fro los Angeles at Philadelphia in Chicago at St. Louis �4 league leaders National league batting 35 at bats a Edwards Cincinnati .411 f. Alou san Francisco .392. Runs flood St. Louis 23 h. Aaron Milwaukee 19. Runs batted in Boyer St. Louis 21 h. Aaron Milwaukee 16. Hits of. Alou san Francisco 29 Howard los Angeles and Groat and White St. Louis 28. American league batting 35 at bats a Causey Kansas City .400 Yastrzemski Boston .365. Runs a Pearson los Angeles 16 Allison Minnesota 15. Runs batted in a Allison Minnesota 18 Wagner los Angeles 15. Hits Wagner los Angeles 28 Hinton Washington 27. Doubles a Yastrzemski Boston 8 Versalles Minnesota 6. N fro twi Minnesota 8, Baltimore i los Angeles 6, new York 3 Cleveland at Boston Ppd rain Kansas City at Detroit Ppd rain Only games scheduled today a games new York at los Angeles Cleveland at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota Washington at Detroit Baltimore at Chicago for it night thursday s games new York at los Angeles Cleveland at Kansas City Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago n Washington at Detroit Amie Palmer defends in Las vegas Las vegas Nev. Apr the annual tournament of champions Las vegas big splurge in big time Golf starts its 4-Day run thursday with a select Field of 27 professionals shooting for the $60,000 purse. Leading the March into the first round will be Arnold Palmer the defending Champion and the co favorite in this bet minded resort Jack Nicklaus making his first appearance in the event. The winners purse has been boosted from $11,000 to $13,000 for the 72-Hole fixture. Each contestant is guaranteed at least $1,000. The Field is limited to the Winner of at least one major pea tournament in the previous 12 months dating through the masters at Augusta ga., last month. Monroe la. Apr soaring John Pennel says he wont be satisfied until he vaults 16 feet 9 inches higher than any human has gone. The husky 22-year-old narrowly missed the 16-9 Mark tuesday night in a dual meet. He cleared 16-6% and reclaimed the pending official world s record. Finland a Pentti Nikula has a 16-8% Effort to his credit. But it came in indoor Competition and does t count As an official world Standard. Before Pennel started raising the record last March Nikula held the official Mark with a 16-2% performance outdoors. Pennel has now toppled the record three times. Fight results Houston Tex. A Tod herring 203%, Houston out pointed Sonny Moore 199, Dallas. 12. New York a Floyd Mccoy 178, new York and Lew Moses 181, new York Drew 8. Bogota Colombia a James Ellis Trenton . Is. Marion Rossito Bogota postponed to Friday rain. A University of Washington Sophomore Brian Sternberg reigned for four Days As pole vault King. Sternberg cleared 16-5 last saturday in the Penn relays. Later on saturday Pennel went 16-6 while practising in the rain. The Miami fla., native plans to Start vaulting at 16 feet in this saturday s Northeast Louisiana invitational track meet. Pennel is a student at the state supported College in Monroe. A i get too tired starting lower a Pennel said after his record 16-6% leap tuesday. He started at 15 feet then went to 16. He cleared the bar easily both times. New York apr All of last year s top ten collegiate football teams will be shown on the 1963 National collegiate athletic associations television schedule. The games will be carried by the Columbia broadcasting system. Southern California 1962 National Champion will face Oklahoma on sept. 28, with no. 2 Wisconsin pitted against Northwestern on nov. 9. Opening the schedule on sept. 14 will be Florida at Georgia tech with Alabama at Miami closing it no dec. 7. All games will be on saturday except for the thanksgiving Day Texas at Texas feature. I960 Olds �?T88�?T 4-door automatic transmission radio amp Heater very clean $1695 Liggett b0sw0rth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Young Man a think Light with cricketer travel Light this Spring and summer in a cricketer University Dacron and worsted suit. The going will be great. The look impressive. Solids stripes classic Glens in new medium and Light colourings. Cricketer tailored on lean natural lines. Coat a Little Shorter trousers narrower. $59.95 i in Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in Kear of store Jcu w�1 no

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