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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 13, 1963, Bennington, Vermont American league w. L pct. Go Chicago 18 la .621 a Kansas c. 17 13 .567 p/2 Boston 14 la .560 2 new York 14 12 .538 2v2 Baltimore 16 14 .533 2v2 Cleveland 12 12 .500 3% . 16 17 .485 4 Washington 13 18 .419 6 Detroit 12 17 .414 6 Minnesota la 18 .379 7 National league w. L. Pct. . San fran. 19 13 .594 a St. Louis 19 14 .576 l/2 Pittsburgh 16 13 .552 1v2 . 17 15 .531 2 Chicago 16 15 .516 2v2 Cincinnati 14 15 .483 3v2 Phila. La 16 .467 4 new York 14 17 .452 4v2 Milwaukee 14 19 .424 51/2 Houston 13 19 .406 6 sundays results new York 2, baltimore0 Cleveland 9, Detroit 3 Washington 3-1, Boston 2-4 first 14 innings Chicago 14-6, los Angeles 2-7 second 12 innings Kansas City 2, Minnesota i second postponed rain saturdays results new York 13, Baltimore i Chicago 4, los Angeles 2 Cleveland 6, Detroit 5, to innings Washington at Boston postponed rain a today a games Wallington at Boston n los Angeles at Chicago n Only games scheduled tuesdays games Minnesota at new York n Detroit at Chicago n Kansas City at Washington n los Angeles at Boston n sundays results Cincinnati 3-12, new York 0 13 St. Louis 2-3, Pittsburgh 1-4, first 12 innings Philadelphia 4-6, Milwaukee 3-5, first la innings second 12innings Houston 2, Chicago i to innings los Angeles 6, san Francisco 5 saturdays results Cincinnati 4, new York 2 Philadelphia 8, Milwaukee 5 Pittsburgh 3, St. Louis 2 Houston 5-1, Chicago 3-0 los Angeles 8, san Francisco 0 today game new York at Houston. Only game scheduled tuesdays games Cincinnati at Chicago St. Louis at Milwaukee n new York at Houston n Philadelphia at los Angeles n Pittsburgh at san Francisco n major league leaders National league batting 50 at bats Covington Philadelphia .367 f. Alou san Francisco .355. Runs a Aaron Milwaukee and flood St. Louis 30. Runs batted in f fairly los Angeles 27 Covington Philadelphia 26. Hits f. Alou san Francisco and Groat St. Louis,44. Doubles Cardenas Cincinnati and f. Alou and Cepeda san Francisco to. Triples Cardenas Cincinnati and Williams Chicago 4. Home runs Aaron Milwaukee la Covington Philadelphia and f. Alou and Cepeda san Francisco 7. Stolen bases wills los Angeles to Brock Chicago 8. Pitching Simmons St. Louis 5-0, 1.000 of Dell san Francisco 4-0, 1.000. Strikeouts a Mahaffey Philadelphia and Sanford san Francisco 44. American league batting 50 at bats a Causey Kansas City .352 Robinson Chicago and Boyer new York .340. Runs Hinton Washington 32. Kaline Detroit 20. Runs batted in Robinson and Nicholson Chicago 24. Hits Wagner los Angeles 41 Hinton Washington 39. Doubles a Yastrzemski Boson and Versalles Minnesota. 9. Triples Hinton Washington 5 Cimoli Kansas City and l. Thomas los Angeles 3. Home runs Nicholson Chicago Tresh new York and Hinton Washington 7. Stolen bases Aparicio Baltimore to Charles Kansas City 6. Pitching a Fischer Kansas City 5-0, 1.000 Stock Baltimore and Morehead Boston 3-0,1 too. Strikeouts Barber Baltimore and Cheney Washington 51. Major league stars batting a Lee Thomas Angels doubled and tripled to drive in three runs including the winning run in the 12th which resulted in a 7-6 Nightcap Victory for los Angeles Over the White sox. Chicago won the opener la a. Pitching a Jim Boutin Yankees pitched a two hitter in his first Start of the season for a 2-0 Yankee Victory Over Steve Barber and the Baltimore orioles. Feted on retirement mrs. Lorene Mcintire of East main Street who recently retired after 14 years service with Bijur lubricating corp., cuts a special cake at Plant ceremonies. She was presented with a Check by Leo Reifenberg. Plant manager on behalf of the employees association. Co workers presented the cake and a bouquet of Flowers extending Best wishes. Fletcher Hall Putnam Hospital notes sunday. May 12 admissions mrs. Myrtle Higgins Rupert mrs. Florence Denley North Adams mrs. Sylvia Barber Shu Shan . Mrs. Isabelle Walsh North Bennington. Discharges mrs. Duane Thompson mrs. Shirley Gerity Buel Harrington Bennington mrs. Sonya Mattison and daughter Arlington mrs. Ruth Jones Petersburg. Saturday. May la admissions master Louis Salluzzo Hoosick Falls Philip Elgeizer Bennington. Discharges Hazel Matson Dorset William Palmer Bennington mrs. Ley Jones North Pownal Clara Keough Arlington. Shir mrs. Al attempts to balance Grid league double s amp h Stamps wednesday North Bennington re. Be Orrington it Dallas apr the two weakest teams in the american football league the Oakland raiders and the new York jets will get a boost As result of a plan approved by club owners Over the weekend. Milt Woodard assistant commissioner announced sunday that the two teams will be allowed to pick players from the other six teams in the league a Buffalo Boston Houston san Diego Denver and Dallas. Under the plan approved by the owners in new York saturday the jets could get As Many As 24 players from the other clubs and Oakland could get 12. Woodard said that under the plan approved this weekend each of the six other clubs would designate 25 veterans and half of their Rookie draftees and free agents As unavailable. Oakland and new York then could pick one unprotected Veteran from each of the six teams. New York also could pick two available free agents from each we won i be and Eosin he no baby foods Tine crad8 a Quot Quot tide soap is Giami 78 sugar 5 i Quot 62 Salem a Market Greenberg amp son inc. Spring crabgrass preventer 321 main St. Positive crabgrass prevention with Dac the Al guaranteed harmless to existing Lawn when used As directed lightweight bag covers 2500 so. It. $1.95 a a a a both contain a 97% effective act half team and Oakland one and new York also would be allowed to pick a Rookie draftee from each of the six clubs. Woodard said selection by the two teams would Start june to and would be completed by july 1, in time for training Camps. Minor league results Pacific coast league sundays results Denver 8-4, Dallas fort Worth 7-8 Portland 11-3, san Diego 8-7 Hawaii 5-2, Seattle 3-6 Tacoma 4, Spokane 3, 15 innings Salt Lake City 9, Oklahoma City 5 saturdays results Dallas fort Worth 9, Denver 3 Spokane 3, Tacoma 2 Oklahoma City 2, Salt Lake City 0 san Diego 6, Portland 2 Seattle 9, Hawaii 2 International league sundays results Jacksonville 6-6, Columbus 5-4, first la innings Atlanta 4-1, Indianapolis 2-c Buffalo 9-1, Arkansas 6-5 Richmond 3-4, Syracuse 1-5 Rochester 8-3, Toronto 2-4 saturdays results Rochester 2, Toronto i Indianapolis 9, Atlanta 4 other games postponed. Film on Lancer to be shown Here a film on cancer will be shown thursday night at 8 at old Bennington schoolhouse. The auxiliary to Green Mountain Pup tent 2, military order of the Cootie will sponsor the picture As one of its Community service projects. Or. Curtis Flory pathologist at Putnam memorial Hospital will narrate. A discussion period will follow. Any interested woman in the area is invited. Refreshments will be served alter the film showing. To Bewall Aplin stops Laver new Haven Conn. Apr Ken Rosewall beat Rod Laver for the third straight time and took a 7-3 Lead in a pro Tennis playoff series for $35,000 in prize Money sunday night. Fight results Boston a Jose Gonzalez 1611/2, puerto Rico out pointed Joe Denucci 162%, Boston to. Mexico City Louis Gonzalez 110%, Mexico stopped Jaime Perez 110%, Mexico 3, Friday May to admissions none. Discharges master Robert bolster Manchester mrs. Patricia Griffin and daughter Valley Falls . Mrs. Irene Giroux and daughter Lester Martin Bennington mrs. Joan Duffy and son Whitingham Richard North Irene Gates Hoosick Falls mrs. Emeilia Lamontagne Manchester Center. Births or. And mrs. Minor Mclaughlin of Newfane a daughter on May la. Or. And mrs. John Bentley of Arlington a daughter on May to. Or. And mrs. Robert Crawford of 108 Pratt St., a daughter on May to. Or. And mrs. Donald Baker of Hoosick Falls a son on May to. Other births announcement has been received Here of the birth of a son Christopher on May 9, to or. And mrs. Jon Lewis Allen of new York City. The new arrival weighed nine pounds 15 ounces. The baby a father formerly on the editorial staff of the Banner is now in Public relations with pan american world airways in new York City. Ste. Rose College lists summer study programs Albany a among the expanded summer programs being offered this year by both the graduate and undergraduate division of the College of Saint Rose will be graduate courses in special education audio Lingual French and radiation biology and undergraduate courses in astronomy design and color and Anatomy. A course in latin american civilization will inaugurate a cooperative program Between Siena College and Saint Rose. The summer session beginning june 27, will cover six weeks and is open to both men and women. Registration is now going on by appointment. Final registration dates Are june 14, from 4 to 5 30 and 7 to 9 . And june 15, from 12 to 5 . Special Grade programs will be available tire will be a three week practicum to prepare teachers of the mentally retarded. Courses on organic speech disorders and speech correction will also be adored leading to a master of Atte degree in speech correction and hearing. A course in latin american civilization will be taught by the Rev. Michael Mccloskey chairman of the history department of Siena College who is exchanging with sister Eileen Joseph chairman of the history department of Saint Rose. The course inaugurates a cooperative graduate program now being planned Between the two colleges. The intensive teacher training program will be offered by the graduate division for the Lith consecutive you enabling Liberal arts College graduates to teach in the elementary grades. A demonstration school showing approved teaching techniques and actual classroom settings attended by approximately too children from kindergarten through the first six grades will be held in the father Charles memorial school. Seminar courses on the graduate level will be conducted in he Fields of English history justness education and philosophy. A special Reading course dealing with problems on the elementary level will also be offered. Bennington Banner monday May 13, 1963-7 old firemen Honoreda Herbert Macauley. Left was one of 20 members of the Bennington Rural fire department honoured at the departments 10th anniversary banquet saturday night for to consecutive years of service. Macualey is being congratulated by fire chief George Deslaurier Center while Carl Allen president of the department presents Macauley his pin. Staff photo Buckler Rural fire Depths birthday 20 firemen receive to year pins Myca notes monday chess club 7-9. Tuesday a North Bennington physical education program 8 30-3, North Bennington. Wednesday a Baton classes 3 30-6 30 gym missionary Alliance Bible 3 30, club room. Thursday a North Bennington physical education program 8 30-3, North Bennington Industrial management club dinner 6 30, country club. Friday Vermont state Myca 5 45, Middlebury. Saturday a Rifle club 9-12 noon. Armory. The 10th birthday Celebration of the Bennington Rural fire department saturday night was characterized by nostalgia humor gratitude sorrow satisfaction and optimism. Gerald Gornell master of ceremonies at a banquet in the it. Anthony country club recalled old fires and Stele and departed comrades and told about the time Norman Turgeon put out a Brush fire with the help of a dog and to women. The auxiliary represented by its president mrs. Lillian Rice showed More concern about the future and presented the firemen with a smoke ejector for use during the next decade. High Point of the evening How Japan s olympiad May by Best Ever Ever was the presentation of pins to the 20 firemen who have been with the department since it was founded. The 20 firemen were company a George Deslaurier Edward Haddad William Mattison Gilbert Mattison sr., Glenn Morrissey James Moore and Carl Allen company 2 a George Horst company 3 a Richard Sweet Norman Turgeon Richard Carruth Charles Sauer Gerald Cornell and Alden Harwood women of Moose women of the Moose 1018 will hold its regular meeting wednesday at 8 . At Moose Hall with senior Regent Isabella la Barge presiding. Ruby White will be refreshment chairman. Company 4�?crosby Howe Ray Harrington Leo Plante Mark Andrews and Ball Lyons. After the ceremonies the firemen and their ladies went Back to the Willow Road fire House which had been cleared of fire trucks and equipment for the occasion and danced at a social until Midnight. Music was by the Tan Sitor orchestra. Of get All a service banking with red carpet services at the annual banquet held thurs Tokyo apr Japan a goal to a at tale Paradise restaurant Hinsdale raceway entries first race Trot class a i mile $500. I. Tarry a Debbie p. Phette place 2. Billy Laird i. Foster 3. Jinks Worthington m. Beckwith 4. Pylon w. Silk or. 5. Success pert a. Day 6. Or. Juliette r. Copeland 7. Ohio Demon Kane 8. Frere dares r. Kellogg. A Runnymede Jerry m. Of Neal Bertram jr., f. Partridge. Second race Pace class a i mile $500. I. Singles Pixie b. Beckwith 2. Symbol Dale r. Kellogg 3. Miss Aroostook r. Ryan 4. Billy j., b. Patterson 5. Ginger glow away r. Copeland 6. Foxie Spangler m. Robinson 7. Direct image h. Mattison 8. Meadow Hayes i. Szimeszku. A Billiken w. Collins Shower Bolt n. Watson. Third race Trot class a i mile $500. I. Ella dares h. Harp 2. Worthy k., a. Day 3. Peris chord n. Watson 4. Tyson d., w. Silk or. 5. Crowin Hanover f. Devizzio 6. Kerry worthy Sylvia 7. Clemys Pride p. Plante or. 8. Mandala pipe m. Beckwith. A Shady Dale Toni Wyn m. Beckwith darn it w. Silk or. Fourth race a Trot class c3, i mile $600. I. Squadron Leader a. Day 2. Everett Scott c. Mccarthy or. 3. Runnymede shy m. Bliss or. 4. Ace Mon m. Beckwith 5. Or. Berry key r. Kellogg 6. Armour pick r. Mckee 7. Dewey Mcelwyn w. Blake 8. Pershing is lad i. Foster. Fifth race a Pace class a i mile $500. I. Miss Millie abbe i. Foster 2. Red Rice h. Harp 3. Jolly Jane w. Padgett 4. Senators dream a Faucher 5. Linda Carol m. Virag 6. Curtice boy a Collins 7. Prince counsel Moss 8. Bardwell b. Beckwith. A Willa Quinton m. Robinson Esquire Kate p. Battis. Sixth race Trot class c3, i mile $600. I. B 15, m. Robinson 2. Dorothy Rose Croft a. Huffman 3. Country style m. Silk or. 4. Scotch Delux m. Beckwith 5. Gay Duke Morrill 6. Volar p. Plante or. 7. Roman Sheba Harp or. 8. Topsail a. Day. A charming doll a. Foster. Seventh race Pace class c3, i mile $600. I. Ablaze r. Copeland 2. Indian guide Sheeby or. 3. Scotch Eagle p. Plante or. 4. Buddy song f. Hodgkins 5. Hal Joy a. Day 6. I mite Kolibab 7. Eyre bal a Hogan 8. Pulaski Mac m. Robinson. A Tassyn a waybill p. Constantino. Make the 1964 Tokyo olympics the biggest and Best sporting event is Likely to be achieved a International Amateur athlete federation official said Friday. Quot i think the 18th olympics in Tokyo will be the Best Ever to be staged from the Way things Are going. She is Well ahead in her preparations a said p.t. Pain honorary Secretary treasurer of the Isaaf. The British official is visiting Japan at the invitation of the Tokyo olympic organizing committee to inspect sports facilities for the 1964 games. Next years olympic games will Mark the first olympiad to be staged in the Orient. Tokyo was selected As the site of the 1940 games Only to be cancelled due to the outbreak of world War ii. Davis cup zones May be chanced was successful. Senior Regent and banquet chairman mrs. Marion Charest received Rose corsages from the co workers. Surprise gifts were Given to coworkers Anoinette Betit Geneva Sweet and Margaret Lebarron. Helen Galipeau played Many selections on the piano and group singing was enjoyed. The senior Regent announced that installation of officers will take place in june. There will be More details at the next meeting. The Vermont Bank and Trust co. I inuit he. Emonts rms Chi Boffl tolf poro Ftp Ellno Simington men a amp boys bermudas s3.50 up London apr Tennis administrators Friday sketched a new plan for the Davis cup in which eighth race a Pace,classc2, the european zone would be split i mile $700. Into East and West sections. I. Mountain glow c. Mattison _ 2. Jim Dean m. Robinson 3. The management committee of Peter Scott w. Silk or. 4. The International Lawn Tennis rhythm kid m. Virag 5. Jus of ration Drew up a report to Tice Hanover w. Faucher 6. Put l before the annual meeting of majors lad a. Foster 7. Slip the aeration in Paris july to. Pery Smith r. Peace 8. Kandy it listed 16 countries for one Royal b. Pike. A Jericho Judy group and 15 for the other and f. Pike Crafty M. Robinson recommended that the winners of ninth race Pace class c3, the two sections play each other i mile $600. In the zonal final i. Miss he Devous Harp the report said 31 countries or. 2. Jody direct a 3. Wood find Europe their most suitable Lawn Jerry l. Shea 4. Kroger playing area and added a this Prince Coville 5. Jean Gay in a single zone is too great p. Plante or. 6. Eva g., m. A number to avoid exclusions Robinson 7. Erick a Bucky i. And at the same time permit Foster 8. Derb Silverheels c. The playing off of the ties in Mattison. Convenient Burt Bros hard of hearing Here a Good news acoustic on offers. To attachment to the hard of hearing As a Public service thin attachment is being offered to the hard of hearing. 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