Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 1 1963, Page 13

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Careful Adam Here with a new modern comes eve Racket by will Grimsley a sports writer j new York apr printed programs for College varsity sports traditionally carry team rosters 1 providing such valuable informal Tion As a Butch Fatback it. 240 c it. 6-1 age 21classsr. Now an additional column will have to be added giving figures like these �?o34-22-34.�?o these of course represent vital statistics of the other a or a so called weaker sex and we re going to be dealing with them on an increasing scale in the coming years. The Southeastern conference took the initiative recently quietly and with a collective Blush a by announcing that hence Forth coeds would be allowed to compete on varsity athletic teams. At Tulane Martha Leveritt and Pam Hayes a pair of shapely mermaids went out for the swimming team and triggered a Stam Pede for the University Pool. Miss Leveritt swam in two it meets in the 200-Yard freestyle. She did no to score any Points but As one observer commented a she upset the concentration of the Pam is a freshman breaststroke a Tulane s secret weapon for next year. The University of Kentucky gave a varsity College scholarship to a Petite Par breaker named Mary Lou Daniel. Neigh Boring Centre College has a freshman sue Stafford who has won three of her four varsity Tennis matches. At Louisville Martha Aulbach posted a 5-2 record and Elizabeth Cravy 6-3 against males in varsity Tennis. Then the opposition started protesting. Their complaint was that it created an awkward situation in dressing room facilities. The real trouble someone said was the gals blistering forehand. Carol Hacks the no. 12-ranked woman Tennis player in the United states plays the second varsity position for Washington University of St. Louis constantly clobbering her male opponents and next year athletic director Harry Burrus says he Hopes to Tare another ranking woman player Justina Bricka ninth nationally. One of the Best players on the Memphis state Tennis varsity is a girl named Bonnie Dondeville but the University of Mississippi refused to play against her. Nancy Devlin won three of her four matches at Marietta Ohio College and then was denied a varsity letter because of a Rule limiting letters to a bonafide male vow wins Monument Bowling the Volkswagen team clinched the title in the Monument Bowling league this week by Topping a amp a Root Beer 3-1. Second place dunhams furniture took four games from Greene a but still trailed vow by four games in the standings. Monument league Volkswagen a 3 a amp a Root Beer a i High singles. Hilchey�?214 High tripled. Mullins�?572 Eddington a i Saul a dept. Store�?3 fish game department reports License sales High High single a. Triple g. Finnegan�?191 finnegan�?511 Montpelier a the Vermont fish and game dept reports the following statistics on fish and game License sales for 1962 a License sales reports from town and City clerks have been tallied by the Vermont fish amp game dept for the License year Jan. I 1962 through . 31, 1962. A since the License year changed under the a omnibus Bill to the Calendar year it is difficult to accurately compare the previous years report with this one since the period of the earlier report covered the a Short transitional year a april 29, 1961-. 31, 1961. A it is significant however that with the Advent of the Normal Calendar year License sales which had fallen off in All categories except resident Hunting spurted ahead again in 1962. While the resident Hunting licenses declined in 1962 by less than 1,000, an increase of about 3,000 combination resident Hunting and fishing licenses More than made up for the loss. A president Archer Hunters declined a couple of Hundred in 1962 but still numbered Over 4,700 and non resident Bow Hunt 0 n 0 to n hearing Aid Center of you con Hoof but Don t understand Monotone would like to help you. Whether you Wear a hearing Aid or not let us live you a free Audiometric hearing analysis Friday May 3 at the Kirk Sid Motet no i 250 w main St Mem. From to a m to 4 p i Corv Iii or pm. In i i j i 7 i a Hor appoint ii it Francis w. Depew a strict Mummer Sonorant hearing Aid Conj Gant learn about our new hearing aids i latest All in ear i smart eyeglass models i midget behind ear models i 6-transistor models lot difficult losses i easy listening with Avo our new Model Are the smallest lightest most convenient hearing aids possible through Monotone research it us help you Enoy Good hearing again. Budget prices too. Soot one the Tri St Nam in better hearing her to years Monotone of Pittsfield Tel Pittsfield Hillcrest 8-8525 lha rant is it Dep we District manager Coupe 2 tone Sharpe 3495 1960 Falcon 2 or. Sed. Red 1095 Eddington inc. Or exciting planning a future with a Lane sweetheart Chest w hat a wonderful graduation gift great Day the whole future before her and mom and dad have made it look even Rotter by giving her a Lane sweetheart Che pure Genius of them too. Because a Lane sweetheart Chest is More than a gift its a amt the first Home of her own before marriage that she and her love can share a Home to hang dream in. A Home to Cook up plans in a Home the can Start with a Tablecloth a place setting an heirloom and add to her hearts Content of you re a Parent with the Power to make dreams come True give her the gift she yearns for. And see us for the Best selection we have All the newest Lane Cedar chests in traditional provincial colonial transitional or scandinavian designs. From 149.95. Dunhams 320 Elm Street furniture inc. Bennington 2 3131 ers increased by nearly a thousand in All other instances totals were up in both numbers and income. A summary follows licenses sold Jan. I 1962-. 31, 1962 resident fishing 37986 $ 56,979.00 Hunting 50991 101,982.00 Hunting amp fishing 36777 119,525.25 trapping 979 1,468.50 non resident fishing 11046 66,370.00 Hunting 20881 449,420.50 Hunting amp fishing 1159 29,569.00 3-Day fishing 13541 27,105.75 14-Day fishing 9470 37,906.75 res. Bow amp Arrow 4708 3,531.00 non resident Bow amp Arrow 3131 10,253.50 trapping i 50.00 190670 $904,161.25 converters a 4 Eagle so. 0 High single to. Bushee�?236 High triple a. Pinnoo Neault 619 Green s Oil a 0 dunhams furniture�?4 High single a. Dunham�?256 High triple a. Par meter�?629 Andy Barber shop�?4 Benn-tlle�?0 High single a. Mattlson�?221 High triple a. Matts on 567 Mears a 0 Crosier Sbarber shoi>�?4 High single b. Potter�?225 High triple of. Davis�?612 standings w l Volkswagen dunhams 771/2 501/2 731/2 541/2 Greene a 71 57 a amp a Root Beer 71 57 converters 71 57 Eagle so. 69 59 Andy s Mears 66 62 641/2 631/2 Eddington 59 69 Crosier a 561/2 711/2 Saul a 451/2 821/2 Benn Tlle 441/2 831/2 is Ortiz avoiding a four counties topped the Hundred thousand Dollar Mark Windsor $119,569.50 Bennington $106,057.50 Rutland $104,246. 50 and Windham captured top honors with $208,199.00." Marilynn Smith wins by stroke in Golf playoff j Augusta a. Apr after winning her first major Golf tournament in 14 years As a professional Blue eyed Marilynn Smith says she is ready to get Down to business and make the game pay off. A this is the fastest Start in be Ever had Quot she said after winning the women a titleholder championship in a playoff monday. A i feel that this year in a going to see of i can make it pay trailing by three strokes after 13 holes the Tequesta fla., pro made a remarkable comeback on the difficult Back Side of the Augusta country club course. She Sank an 8-foot putt on the 18th Green to defeat defending Champion Mickey Wright by one stroke. They were tied with 292 totals after 72 holes of regulation play. Miss Smith won $1,300 for her first place and miss Wright of Dallas received $1,000. New York apr the proposed lightweight championship fight Between titleholder Carlos Ortiz of Cuba and no. I contender Kenny Lane of Muskegon mich., was still very much up in the air. Lanes manager Pete Petros key insists Ortiz live up to an ultimatum handed him by the world boxing association to sign for a championship bout with Lane before june 2 or forfeit the title. In this he is backed by Michigan athletic commissioner David Gudelsky who maintains he will pull the state out of the we a unless that organization cracks Down on Ortiz. Ortiz adviser Bill Daly is out of the country and cannot be reached. However he recently was quoted As saying a a we la fight Lane if and when we want Ortiz won the title from Joe Brown in april of 1962 and successfully defended it with a knockout Triumph Over Teruo Kosaka of Japan last december. It was then that or. Charles Larson president of the Aba said he expected Ortiz to sign for a defense against Lane before june 3, the end of a six months Grace period. Daly contends Ortiz lived up to the ultimatum when he defended april 8 against Doug Valliant of Cuba the no. 4 lightweight. Berkshire music Center to sponsor string symposium Lenox mass. A among the innovations at the Berkshire music centers 1963 session will be a string symposium at Tanglewood on aug. 18-19. The symposium will bring together the finest string teachers and professional players in this country. Richard Burgin associate conductor of the Boston symphony orchestra and Joseph Silver Stein concertmaster of the orchestra will meet with the visiting string players in three sessions during the two Day symposium. The Agenda will consist of two topics i. Problems in teaching Basic techniques for string playing and 2. A curriculum for the applied and teaching music major. The first two sessions will be devoted to the delivery of papers with the final session a panel discussion of the material covered in the earlier sessions. It is expected that the meeting will have important results for teachers at the elementary level As Well As those teaching advanced string pupils. During their stay at Tanglewood the participants will visit classes of the Berkshire music Center the Boston symphony orchestras summer Center for the advanced study of music and be available for discussions with the string players in attendance at the music Center. Among those who have accepted invitations to attend the string symposium at Tanglewood Are Max Aronoff head of the new school of music Philadelphia Anshel Brusilow concertmaster of the Philadelphia orchestra Raphael Druian concertmaster of the Cleveland orchestra Louis Persinger Juilliard school of music Theodore Saltzman first cellist of the Pittsburgh symphony orchestra sol Babitz concert violinist Szymon Goldberg concert violinist and roman to Tenberg Boston University school of music. Vermont vacation inquiries pour in Montpelier a vacation inquiries Are pouring into Vermont from All Points of the United states. The Vermont development department reported today that last weeks total of 2,250 requests for vacation literature exceeded any single week since june 1959. Heaviest demands Are coming from metropolitan districts along the Eastern Seaboard. Add officials also noted a heavier volume of mall from Pacific coast states than in recent years. Come to Sayles North Adams mass. Bennington Banner wednesday May i 1963-13 civil service exam for academies Washington . A . Sen. George d. Aiken will hold a . Civil service competitive examination in Vermont on july 8 to fill one vacancy at the . Air Force Academy two vacancies at the . Naval Academy and two vacancies at the . Military Academy in june. 1964. Outdoor popular new York up a the popularity of outdoor living has increased the Market for Quarry tile by an estimated 6 million Square feet a year according to the tile Council of America Quarry tile is a surfacing for patios because that will not stain a erode or become discoloured requires Little Upkeep and is available in a wide Range of colors. Two vacancies at the United states merchant Marine Academy have been assigned to Vermont for 1964. The Vermont delegation in Congress May each nominate to Young men to fill these vacancies. Candidates for appointment to the academies must be Bona fide residents of Vermont in Good physical condition and must be not less than 17 years of age and More than 22 on july i 1964. The examination places will be Bennington Brattleboro Burlington Middlebury Montpelier Newport Rutland and St. Johnsbury. Sen. Aiken asks All Young men interested in taking this examination write him not later than june i 1963, indicating at which of the places they desire to take the examination. Happy team mirrored in the smiles of Steve Hilchey tossing in warm up pitches for Bennington High school and Bill Hickok kibitzing in the background. Hilchey filled in a Lely on the Mound when starter Bob Babson was ill during the first two games. Staff photo read Vermont civil War general a Pap ers Given to by m switch to the Best rent nameless electric water Heater just phone Only our nearest twice. A 442-6316 per month Central Vermont Public service corporation Burlington a the papers of a Vermont civil War general who was awarded the medal of Honor for gallantry at the Battle of Gettysburg have been Given to the University of Vermont. Mrs. Bertha Jackson Kolk of Burlington has presented the papers of Gen. William Wells to the Bailey Library. Included in the papers Are correspondence with his wife Rahana Richardson Wells a diary kept during the final months of the War ordnance and equipment reports orders requisitions and Many letters including two from Gen. George a. Custer. Wells was born in Waterbury in 1837 and was educated at Barre Academy and Kimball Union in Meriden . On sept. 9, 1861, he enlisted As a private but in less than three months had risen to the rank of Captain. He Bec ame a general in 1865 and remained in the service until january 1866. During his army career he received More promotions than any other officer from the Green Mountain state. Gen. Wells helped raise the first Vermont cavalry regiment. He participated in 70 cavalry engagements during the War and was wounded twice once in a Sabre engagement near Boonsboro md., and shortly after Gettysburg by artillery fire at Culpepper court House a. He was the last commander of the cavalry corps. He was once praised by Gen. Phil Sheridan As a my Ideal of a cavalry after the War he settled Down in Burlington. He was state adjutant general from 1866-72, and was collector of customs for the Vermont District from 1872-85. He died in new York City in 1902. Men s Broadcloth pyjamas willing full Cut fancy patterns solid colors coat amp middy styles sizes a b c d $2�?� noon a next to North Street parking lot All new 1963 High Fidelity portable a phonograph 4-Speed automatic a tilt Down record changer record changer tilts Down read to play. Instantly amazing new Micro touch 20 tone Arm with a free floating stereo Cartridge for the lightest Needle pressure Ever in a portable stereo phonograph. Only 2 grams.1/14 ounce. Hunt a Ftp it we done to talk service a we give it .4miss from soldiers Home Bennington dial 2-6858 f

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