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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 6, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8 a Bennington Banner Friday May 6, 1966 wanted one grass Field will furnish goalposts by John Sullivan football schedules for 196c Are set for Bennington Catholic and it. Anthony Union High and there remains one More detail to take care of a finding a playing Field. The new Field at it. Anthony will not be ready until the fall of 1967. And construction on the new school has rubbed out the old one. George a. Sleeman assistant superintendent said thursday that the school definitely has a Field for Spring practice. The Bennington area Myca has Given the school permission to use its Stark Street playground. Coach Ron Reeves will put the first it. Anthony patriots foot Ball team through drills on the Field May 12, 16, 19, 26, 30 and june 1-3. Sleeman said the school has several choices regarding a Field for next fall s games. Tan Sitor electronics has offered its Field for the season. And there is Welling Field in North Bennington now being shared by Beyhl chs and North Bennington baseball teams. Memorial Park and the Field on Ben Mont ave., both earlier considered As possible Spring practice Sites May be additional alternatives for season games. Sleeman said the school is also faced with providing a Field for the soccer team this fall. If All else Falls Sleeman said Clay Cooper televising discussed in London London up a parties interested in the possibility of televising the Cassius Clay Henry Cooper world heavyweight championship bout May 21 to a wider audience met in London thursday night. The fight is presently scheduled for telecast via Early Bird satellite to the United states and closed circuit distribution in England and Europe. Both British television companies were told they could show the films the following night. Benld Catamount the companies protested however under the broadcasting Law which states that a there will be no question of Public spectacles being monopolized for Public showing and taken away from the bbl and British postmaster general Anthony Wedgewood Benn was asked by the companies to determine whether the Clay Cooper bout qualified As a a sporting event of overwhelming Gaa organizes soft bal i teams by Jeanne Waite approximately 45 girls in grades 9-12, met at memorial Park monday april 25, to form the last girls softball teams to be turned out by the Beyhl Gaa. At the end of the first week of practice a Varl Sty and two Junior varsity softball teams were chosen by coach Anita Caswell. Bowling garage league High single e. Farrar�?227 f. Corbett�?243 d. Shea�?236 High triple e. Farrar�?634 b. Potter�?587 r. Townsend�?586 standings w l Val Lottes inc. 85 47 same a Gulf 72 60 we. Amp Bugbee 72 60 Madkour mkt. 71 61 Mon. Cycle 691/2 621/2 Liggetts Dodge 69 63 Heald plastics 69 63 Purdys inc. 6oi/2 711/2 Mon. Roofing Phil s elect. 6oi/2 711/2 60 72 Globe Union 561/2 751/2 Blue Benn jokers 47 85 named to the varsity squad were Donna Hoyt Catcher Gall Ware Catcher june Stratton Pitcher sue Bitensky Pitcher Barb Moore first base Patty Godek second base Jeanne Waite second base Nancy Humphrey third base a sue Thompson third base Cheryl Comstock shortstop Joan mollies left Field Candy Cross left Field Trudy Southworth Center Field Ruth Gavin Center Field Andrea Kapetan right Field and Kathy Mould right Field. Members of the Junior varsity team Are Kris Sleeman Catcher Jenny rounds Pitcher Robin Ketr first base Patti fair second base and Jaquith second base Dorothy Hathaway third base Jane Wolf shortstop Lynn Baker shortstop Betsy Hogel left Field Dale Purdy Center Field and Noreen tie Man right Field. The Junior varsity ii team includes Betsy Jones Catcher Donna Berry Catcher Mcgarey Pitcher Peggy Bru Nina first base Marie Mclean second base Scott Wiskoski third base Linda Belt third Oase Gall Godek shortstop Dede Strong left Field Carol Parker Center Field and Jenny Viereck right Field. Girls softball practice is held Dally from 3 30 to 5 30 . The first game with Whitingham scheduled for wednesday May 4, was postponed because of my suitable weather. The football scheduling committee has agreed to an arrangement that will have it. Anthony playing All its games i the Road. Then a local Field will have to be found for Only the it. Anthony chs game. At Bennington Catholic the Field situation is considerably More vague. Coach Ben rus Llos old is using memorial Park for Spring practice. But chs principal father Thaddeus Swertz c.s.c., said this morning that the school does not yet know what it will do this fall. Bulldogs Stop Bristol rally West Rutland a Burr and Burton grouped four hits to produce a five run third inning and defeat Bristol 6-5 Here yesterday. The game a non league affair was the bulldogs fourth win of the season. Burr and Burton leads the Marble Valley league undefeated record. The bulldogs went into their half of the third inning one run behind. Pitcher Aaron Hill singled and advanced on Brad tafts bunt. Hill scored on shortstop Phil Zandy a triple. And Zandy scored on Catcher John a single. Mike Kilburn reached first after Bristol a Catcher dropped the Ball on a third strike. He and Paskiewicz scored on a single by senior left fielder Dennis Edson. The bulldogs fifth run in the inning was came on a Bristol error. Hiu starting for bus pitched into the sixth inning and struck out eight. Sophomore Jim Pecor relieved him with one out and the bases loaded. He walked in one Man to the plate hit a Fly caught by Taft in right Field. Tafts Beautiful throw Home caught Bristol a tagging runner. The bulldogs gave coach Carl Rice some nervous moments in the seventh inning. With two outs and a 2-0 count Bristol came up with a single and two doubles. Burr and Burton finally stopped the rally after two runs scored. The Buu dogs meet West Rutland in a Home game tomorrow. Rice plans to Start Junior Mike Bentley on the Mound. Bristol. 002 Ooi 2�?5 7 5 bus 015 too x�?6 5 2 do Avignon and fusion Hill Pecor 6 and Paskiewicz. Weekend special roast leg of Lamb �2.25 roast Chicken �2.25 both Complete dinners v e k \1 oni r est a r ant North Street Bennington it of in at Fife fax 7kok spin cups up front cup in plate Carousel Teflon a finish aluminium Fry pans Iron $095 3 save. Cash amp carry at h. Greenberg amp son inc 321 main St. Dial 2-6325 Bennington Montreal ins Stanley cup in sudden death playoff a big Day for Willie a Willie Mays and his Happy Boss Horace Stoneham of the san Francisco giants scan the headline in the san Francisco chronicle bantering Mays 512th Home run wednesday. The Homer set a National league record. Up indians shut out move two games in front by Curt Block up sports writer those Cleveland indians really know How to Hurt a Guy. In the Golden Days of the new York Yankees before 1965teams saved their Best pitchers for the bombers and managers psyched their squads with spirited Pep talks prior to the opening at a series in the stadium. But now the yanks Are just another team. To be More specific they Are a ninth place team and can be beaten with second stringers. The indians demonstrated that thursday when manager Birdie Tebbetts decided to wait an extra Day with Ace hurler Sam Mcdowell and use him in tonight a series opener with the american leagues second place Baltimore orioles. Instead the skipper gave former Kansas City Southpaw John of Donoghue his first Start of the year. Of Donoghue and reliever Bob Allen combined to halt new York on three hits for a 4-0 Triumph and the tribes fifth straight win Over the Yankees and 14th in 15 games Overall to take a two game Lead Over the orioles. 4f in the Only other american league contest c a i i f o r n i a whitewashed Kansas City 1-0. Rookie Catcher Duke Sims took Over As Cleveland shitting hero blasting a pair of triples and a single for two runs batted in. Fred Whitfield slammed a triple to left Center in the seventh inning before the scoring the games first run on Dick Howser a sacrifice Fly. Howser and left fielder Chuck Hinton who also drove in a run with a sacrifice Fly were forced off the Bench and into action by the terrible collision in the Outfield wednesday night that sent Larry Brown and Leon Wagner to the Hospital. Fred Newman and Bob Lee baffled Kansas City on the West coast in the Junior circuits Only night game. Newman worked six innings and scattered four a a singles and Lee pitched perfect baseball Over frames. Detroit up a it took the Montreal canadians four full games and an additional 140 seconds to win the Stanley cup once they got started but it was no easy task. The canadians won the Stanley cup for the second straight year and for the record seventh time in la years for coach toe Blake with a sudden death 3-2, Victory Over the Detroit red wings. It Wasny to the Best game of the six game series for Montreal. Detroit manager coach Sid Abel claimed his red wings were Quot the Best hockey team on the ice a thursday night and Blake admitted it. But Little Henri Richard somehow got the puck past Detroit goalie Roger Crozier after 2 20 of the sudden death overtime period and the red wings finished their Lith straight season without a Stanley cup Crown. Center Jean Beliveau and Leon Rochefort scored Mon trealy a first goals of the game and Detroit goals by Norm Ullman and Floyd Smith had sent it into sudden death play. Richard the 5-foot-7, 160 Pound Center of the canadians said the puck bounced into the Detroit Cage off his leg but Crozier said he thought Richard Slid the puck in with his hand. Referee Frank Udvari agreed with Richard and ruled the goal Good. The canadians built up a 2-0 Lead in the first two periods despite being greatly out shot before the wings could mount a successful scoring attack. The final three Bizzarro writes article for a basketball special baseball american league Bennington Catholic Frank Bizzarro is among High school and College basketball coaches from All Over the country whose articles will appear in the �?o1966 basketball special a Magazine. Prentice Hall inc., publishers of a coaching clinic a a asked Bizzarro several weeks ago of he would contribute an article to the special edition scheduled to appear in september. Articles were solicited from coaches with significant winning teams. Bizzarro was contacted by Prentice Hall after his team won the Vermont class l basketball championship for the second straight year. The �?o1966 basketball special a theme is top offensive techniques. For his topic Bizzarro chose the modified shuffle used so successfully by the sabers. He describes his system ofus Long three guards in a Mobile pattern to Decoy and screen the defense. The shuffle not Only emphasizes teamwork a it makes it enjoyable. Bizzarro Points out that his system used with a balanced team makes it very hard for the defense to concentrate on stopping one or two players. Last season the leading Saber scorer in each game averaged 13 Points. But the next four players averaged More than ten Points each. Using the shuffle chs teams in the past two years have scored an average of better than 40 per cent shooting from the floor. W. L. Pct. Go Cleveland 14 i .933 a a a balt 12 3 .800 2 Chicago to 6 .625 41/2 Calif. La 7 .611 41/2 Detroit la 8 .579 5 Minnesota 7 7 .500 61/2 Washington 6 to .375 8v2 Boston 5 12 .294 to new York 4 15 .211 12 Kansas City 3 14 .176 12 thursdays results Cleveland 4 new York 0 Calif. I Kan. City 0, night Only games scheduled saturdays games new York at California night Wash at Kan. City Twilight Boston at Minnesota Detroit at Chicago Cleveland at Baltimore the red wings Stanley cup showing had surprised most of the rank Side observers. They finished in fourth place in the regular season but then ousted Chicago in the semifinals in Only six games. They even seemed to have the Edge on Montreal in Early play winning the first two games before wearying to drop the last four to Slick skating canadians. Ricitelli victorious Portland Maine up a Pete Ricitelli 171, of Portland averted his Only professional loss thursday night by coming on Strong to win a spilt decision Over Jim Mcdermott 166, of Holyoke mass. Mcdermott who knocked Ric Cutelli out in his pro debut 18 months ago pressed the fight but Ricitelli weathered the storm and got the nod from two of the three judges. The third called it even. The win was Riccitelli a 12th straight since the Mcdermott knockout. In scheduled four round preliminaries Bob Harmon 154, Cape Elizabeth four round to Over Dave Horne 155, Paterson . Tim Flaherty 175, Portland first round to Over Paul Kaspar 170, Bangor George Gosselin 128, Lewiston unanimous decision Over Jimmy Spinks 125, Portland. Standings Pittsburgh san fran Houston . Atlanta Philadelphia new York St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago thursdays results san fran 9 los Ang 8, to inns. Cincinnati to Pittsburgh 6, night Atlanta 4 Phila 3, night hous 4 Chi 3, 13 inns., night Only games scheduled saturdays games Chicago at new York Pittsburgh at Philadelphia san fran at St. Louis night Atlanta at Houston night los Angeles at Cincinnati Al league a l. Pct. Go 13 6 .684 v2 15 7 .682 a a a 13 9 .591 11/2 12 to .545 21/2 12 to .545 21/2 9 8 .529 3 6 8 .429 41/2 8 la .421 5 5 13 .278 71/2 4 15 .211 9 san Francisco hanging two Points behind pirates coach and Battery a Arlington baseball coach Ken Nicholson talks with with 3-0 Pitcher Jim Webb Center and Letterman Catcher Don Marsh during practice. The eagles beat Whitingham 4-2 yesterday with Webb striking out 12 batters. Webb pitches third Victory As eagles claw Whitingham Whitingham a Jim Webb pitched his third win in three starts yesterday As the Arlington eagles Defeated Whitingham 4-2. Webb went All the Way. Striking out twelve walking four and holding Whitingham to four hts. Keith Clayton with a triple and Don Cory with a two Bagger led the eagles at the plate. Both % menus and boys Maine guide Spring jackets $8 t. $15 Burt Bros. Blasts came in the third inning. Arlington scored twice in the second when Pepper Martin Don Marsh and Dick Hoyt singled. In the third inning left fielder and Lead off Man Cory doubled. After Tom Pelham a walk Cory was forced out at third on a grounder by Roy Holton. Then came Clayton a triple scoring both Pelham and Holton. The eagles rest until tuesday when they take on North Bennington at Home. In other Molly Stark league games Wilmington Defeated Leland and Gray 6-2, and St. Mikes won Over North Bennington 13-6. Arlington 022 too 0�?4 5 i Whitingham Ooi 010 0�?2 4 7 by Jeff Meyers up sports writer All the san Francisco giants needed for a push toward the National league Pennant was a Little togetherness. The togetherness however belongs to Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale the celebrated los Angeles holdout twins who did no to sign a contract until to Days before the season opener. The giants swept a series from the dodgers for the first time since june of 1964 by knocking out Koufax in the second inning thursday and finally winning 9-8 in to innings. The Victory was san Francisco s fourth straight and moved the club to within two percentage Points of league leading Pittsburgh. Koufax and Drysdale unable to reach top form because of their unprecedented dual holdout were roughed up by their California neighbors. Drysdale was belted for five runs in six innings tuesday when the giants won the opener of the three game set 8-1, and Koufax lasted Only i 1-3 innings thursday giving up four runs and four hits. Although three other los Angeles pitchers allowed la hits the loss went to Ron Perranoski who hurled i 1-3 innings and did no to give up a safety. Leading off the 10th, Jim Davenport reached first base on an error by John Kennedy. Ollie Brown forced Davenport went to second on a passed Ball by John Roseboro and scored on a two base error by Centerfield Willie Davis. Elsewhere in the senior circuit Atlanta nipped Philadelphia 4-3, Cincinnati outlasted Pittsburgh 10-6 and Houston shaded Chicago 4-3 in 13 innings. After sending Koufax to the showers the giants greeted Bob Miller with three More runs for a 7-0 Lead in the second Frame. Orlando Cepeda belted a two run double and Jim Ray Hart hit a two run single during the onslaught. Homers by Wes Parker Ron fairly and Lou j o h n s o n brought the dodgers even at 7-7. Johnson scored los Angeles go ahead run in the eighth on a single and Back to Back san Francisco misers. The giants sent the game into extra innings in the Bottom of the Frame on three straight singles. Pete Rose and Don Pavletich each hit their first Homer of the season with roses coming in the eighth with two aboard and Pavletich a in the third. The pirates accounted for All their runs via the Long Ball. Roberto Clemente poled a Solo shot Jim Pallaroni slammed a two run drive and Jesse Gonder Pinch hit a three run Homer in the ninth. Hank Aarons double into deep Center Field in the seventh inning drove in Felipe Alou and proved to be the winning blow. With Atlanta trailing 3-2, Denis Menke led Aff the seventh with a double and scored the first run on a single by Alou. Let Thomas walloped his sixth Homer of the season for the braves. Billy of Dell pitched clutch Ball in Relief for Atlanta. Johnny Callison led off the Philadelphia ninth with a triple but of Dell fanned Pinch hitter Jackie Brandt got cookie Rojas on a grounder and struck out Pinch swinger Bob Uecker. Jim Wynn a single with two out in the 13th inning sent Home Joe Morgan with the winning run for the astros fifth straight Triumph. Morgan picked up Houston a first hit since the fifth by singling with one out. Jim Gentile hit his fourth Homer in five games for Houston and John Boccabella connected for the cubs. Think a a first for one Stop banking service for Industry business Aud the individual North Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance corporation first National Dank of m North d Dennington opening May 12 racing thru september 8 daily double closes 8 . 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