Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 2 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 2, 1966, Bennington, Vermont $ unforeseen pitching strength keeps giants dodgers near the top broken Bone Bennington Banner monday May 2, 1966�?9 by c t it Block up sports writer the los Angeles dodgers and san Francisco giants have transformed possible liabilities into bonafide assets. The very thing that worried Bowlin Quot in Toi la a Hlf s of a Kcf High single i. Legacy a 198 p. Maynard�?189 a. Collins�?182 High triple i. Legacy�?529 a. Collins�?493 m. Mitchell�?465 standings Star electric trl Mettes by Jurette Priscilla a 5 pennies touchable 5 w 79 77 68 67 55 50 l 53 55 64 65 77 82 redecorating a room rent a a a our Warner Lee Trie wallpaper Steamer for Quick easy Wall preparation Complete with Hose pan and full instructions. Only 2.00 do. Of f of r l prot selection of h Ai i Impi r h la if you Rill t re h. Greenberg amp son inc. 321 main Street dial 2-6325 Bennington it. Dodger manager Walt Alston and giant Pilot Herman Franks most during Spring training the extended holdouts of Sandy Koufax Don Drysdale Juan Marschal and Bob Shaw has enabled Don Sutton and Gaylord Perry to step into the spotlight. Both Sutton and Perry won shutouts for their third victories of the season sunday As the dodgers and giants remained a half game Shind league leading Pittsburgh. Sutton worked eight innings and scattered five hits As the dodgers blanked Cincinnati 3-0 and Perry limited St. Louis to four singles in a 2-0 san Francisco Victory. Other no games in other no games Pittsburgh smothered new York 8-0 Houston tripped Atlanta 7-1 and Chicago Defeated Philadelphia 6-1. Sutton the dodgers Best pitching find in years might have received an extra year of minor league experience at the tender age of 21, were it not for the Spring training pitching crisis created by Koufax and Drysdale. He showed Alston sunday that he a ready right now by baffling the reds. He did need Relief help in the ninth from Ron Perranoski however marking the first time in the last six games that los Angeles has had to Call on its bullpen. Perry hurled his second Complete game a four hit win and earned himself a place in the giants starting rotation. The giants backed Perry with a run in the fourth on a single by Dick Schofield an error by Charlie Smith and Willie Mccovey a sacrifice Fly. Len Gabrielson powered his second Homer of the season in the seventh. The pirates scored single runs in the first and fourth and then exploded for five in the fifth to Back Bob Veales four hit pitching. The big rally was highlighted by doubles from Matty ainu Roberto Clemente and Jim Pagliaroni a triple by dorm Clendenon and his subsequent steal of Home. Jack Fisher of the mets who Hasni to won a game since aug. 21, 1965, took the loss his 12th in a Row Over a two year Span. Chicago took advantage of is Philadelphia errors As Bill Faul stopped the phils on six hits. A total of to errors were committed in the loosely played game but Faul managed to overcome his teams miscues to beat former teammate Larry Jackson and turn in the cubs first Complete game performance of the year. Mike Cuellar lost his shutout bid when Atlanta Shank Aaron the majors top Home run hitter belted his eighth of the year in the ninth inning. By that time however homers from Jim Gentile Lee Maye and John Bateman of the astros had Given Cuellar a comfortable Cushion. The 28-year-old Southpaw owns a 0.62 earned run average and a 3-0 record. Derby favorite Graustark Quot May never race again lolis Villa by. Up a Graustark once touted As another citation May have run his last race. The favorite in next saturdays Kentucky Derby was scratched sunday when a rays revealed a broken Bone in his left foreleg. A the May never race again a said Trainer Lloyd Gentry. Gentry believes Graustark broke the Bone during the $25,000, of Bluegrass stakes at Kee Neland last thursday. Graustark a Darby Dan Colt was Star crossed from the Start with weak forelegs which can prove disastrous for a thoroughbred. Until sunday Graustark was being treated Only for an infection in his left foot brought on by a Small piece of gravel. A we a Rayed him the morning before the Bluegrass and he was Okay then a Gentry said. A the Only thing we can figure is that he broke the Bone in that Graustark lost to grand prix stables abets Hope by a nose in the Bluegrass. After the race jockey Braulio Baeza said he thought Graus Tarkus foot had been bothering him. Canadian bowlers Lead abut our Rochester . Up a the professional bowlers association of Canada All Star team took Over the classic division five Man Lead in the american Bowling Congress tournament sunday night with a six game total of 6915. The score was 222 Points better than the 5693 rolled by Jenny 5 of Rochester ., during the opening week of the tournament better than a month ago. The canadians hit three game sets of 2980-2935. Pownal entries first�?$1000�?5 furlongs 1. Poppet tax Smith 2. Trojan Duke Kelly 3. Shannon a Hope 4. Gifted one 5. Royal Pitt Moriarty 6. Battle stripes Marsh Man 7. Main Mark 8. Sully Gino 9. Jolly thief second�?11000�?5 furlongs 1. La Rad Ash 2. Burras Royce Smith 3. Rosie Stone Ledezma 4. Big boy Bill Pruden 5. Mama Selle Gale Thorndike 6. Suell veer Diaz 7. Sir Turco 8. Punched out 9. Sum Darling Rivera third�?41000�?5 furlongs 1. Eastern Sunset Moriarty 2. Job Larry Marshman 3. By Pat 4. Princess Helena Ledezma 5. Winter s Choice 6. Miss favorite 7. Blue scout fourth�?$1000�?7 furlongs 1. Reality 2. Redact Santa Marla 3. Sickles chances Moriarty 4. Beamy rouser 5. Red Arrow 6. Bosses dream Rivera 7. Dundee a boy 8. Vicious circles Pruden fifth�?$1000�?5 furlongs 1. Doctor Tony 2. Egg me on Mccracken 3. Tax less 4. Tudor Anne 5. Go Boom Marshman 6. Lemaron 7. Cricket cheer portable to a m49.95 re him e. T. Williams opposite Vermont soldiers Home phone 2-6858 Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont All mrs. Ernest la. Javery mrs. Man in Page mon., tues., wed. And sat. To . To 6 . Thurs. And Fri. A to . To 9 . 7?at 6 Sheet Stop fit play bicycle repairs sales and service 26-1.75 tire amp tube Reg. 4.95 2.99 24&Quot-2t&Quot lightweight Bicic bicycle seats 2.78 bicycle kick stands 98< e $29.95 in the crate 26�?� Raleigh 3-Speed bicycle $49.95 Economy Auto stores inc main Street Bennington it sixth�?$1000�?5 furlongs 1. Major Glenn Miller 2. Amber atom 3. Mid noon Al Selewsky 4. Grey Duke Moriarty 5. Foolish regents Gino 6. Abacus girl 7. San drama seventh�?$1000�?5 furlongs 1. Or. Tank a Donahue 2. Salona 3. Merry Madcap 4. Some step Cangarl 5. Rare dance 6. Our gain 7. Nits of suspense eighth�?$1000�?5 furlongs 1. Amad Lse Donahue 2. Calabar Ledezma 3. Three re so Ledezma 4. Mystic dancer 5. Nina malay Handley 6. Iron jaw Moriarty 7. Murphy s Alibi Kelly ninth�?$1000�?i mile 1. Brace up 2. Demand 3. Tri White 4. Neat Ledezma 5. Sunday Sailor 6. Frey miss Handley 7. Princess Erin Saratoga entries monday May 2, 1966 first�?trot�?mile�?$600 1. Laurie Mcdee a Van Deusen 2. Jessamine a Geraghty 3. Lowland Matt a Labarge 4. Bedr Elwood a Morse 5. Al Rancho a Vanl Destine 6. Algiers Only a Peckham 7. Viewer a Butcher 8. Gerry Arles a Hughes second�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Licorie a Kolibab 2. Lynn Flash a Spencer or. 3. Harvey a girl a Peckham 4. Luu put a Arthurs 5. Miss Kalona a Wells 6. Baby Billy a Dobkowski 7. Sammy Stoner a Bell 8. Killarney Pete a win Hiu lad third Pace Miles $600 1. Bankers Trust a Kelly 2. Direct motion a Butcher 3. Thorpe Paul a Parker 4. Rocky Gene a Allen 5. Vigil Verne a Livingston 6. Merry go Diamond a Mahony 7. Maxine m. A Arthurs 8. Adios acres a Dobkowski a Coffee pot fourth�?trot�?mile�?$600 1. Lucky Smoky a Mahony 2. C. T. Me a Motsiff 3. Atlas Pride a Garnsey 4. Nev Leland a Spencer 5. Tit least a Hoyt 6. Camden Hanover a Parker 7. Chiro a Davis 8. Lionel c. A Hull fifth Pace Miles $600 1. Heather land a Colue 2. Ozzle Adios a Ransford 3. Annabel Adios a Garnsey 4. Babe Champ a Lefebvre 5. Or. Cranberry a Larouech 6. Missy Dee a Davis 7. Kettle c. A Hull 8. Congress George a Blake sixth�?pace�?mile�?$600 1. Tar Sand a Arthurs 2. Striking a Garnsey 3. Trac Down a Arthurs 4. Lord Bud a Ambo 5. Bit o Luck a Somerville 6. Kim Dale a Howard 7. Lord Adam a Spencer 8. True Adios a Lamb seventh�?pace�?mile�?$650 1. Cumbee a Childs 2. Prince Pence a Heeney 3. Jet flight a Garnsey 4. Rhythm lad a Watson 5. Fathering a Annese 6. Knight scene a Arthurs 7. Bordner Hanover a silk eighth�?pace�?mile�?$800 1. Meadow Jack a Coville 2. Vicky Melburn a Collette 3. They re off a Bloodgood 4. Wally May a of Connor 5. Queens need a Kolibab 6. Sunset Breeze a Hamilton 7. Afton december a Lourlee ninth�?pace�?mile�?$800 1. Doctor Vernon a Cole 2. Kroger Prince a Garnsey 3. On parole a Desantis 4. Sand Lane j. A Weaver 5. Jessie Mckay of Geraghty 6. Mischief Kyle a Arthurs 7. Mike Rainbow a Bain tenth Pace Miles $700 1. Lady wonder a Garnsey 2. A Edda time a Weaver 3. Rhythm kid a Watson 4. Yankee boy a Collette 5. Handy lad a Bromley 6. Gal 11 put a Davis 7. Town gossip a Goodsell Stock your Freezer ii r i ii Iva 7 Cut Weil trimmed rib Steak tender Juicy r eth tit Iti n Felt Boneless Chuck Steak Boneless Cross rib Steak top sirloin Steak tender Juicy sirloin Steak Middle Cut Chuck Steak la la 79c i09 i19 99c 59� Boneless Cross rib roast in Choice 1st two ribs rib roast Bottom round roast top sirloin roast Middle Cut Chuck roast thick Cut Boneless brisket w California Chuck roast ild 89c 99c sj09 57�?~ 99c top round Steak tender cube Steak round Bone in club Steak fresh ground round 16 in in in Blade Cut Chuck roast it save Cash and Stamps clean washed spinach Bone in Cross rib roast Chuck pot roast top round roast beef Short ribs 10-oz. Cello pkg. 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Deal Label dry detergent trend twin pack 2 12 of 9s on any packaged unit of your Choice of heavyweight stainless steel tableware All my off coupons extended to May 2ith save i vol.9 Funk a Bagnall Standard reference encyclopedia every wednesday we Reserve the right to limit quantities prices and offers effective thru wednesday. May 4th we Are not responsible for typographical errors \ i i

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