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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 13, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-Benninguni Banner Friday May 13, 1966 report discusses Doe Hunting Montpelier a after reviewing the 1965 Deer season and weighing the past Winter s effects on Deer the Vermont fish and game department has developed a ten Point guideline to be used in setting up the 1966 Antler less season. The specifics of the season have not been determined. In a recent report on the Vermont big game situation the department said the Antler less Hunt is to be based on solid facts and needs and that current reproductive rates and Deer mortality during the Winter Are still under study. The department said it will release Hunting recommendations by mid july. Regional and county Public hearings will be held. The report written by depart ice fishing findings Montpelier a Lake Dun More Caspian Lake and Harvey Lake were the Best All around producers during the recent experimental ice fishing season. An a Page report published by the Vermont fish and game department said studies made during the season backed up ear a Lier predictions made by department biologists. The Southern lakes a Dunmore Bomoseen Rescue and St. Catherine a accounted for All of the 71 Bass taken. The special season Jan. 15-feb. 27, allowed the taking of Bass Salmon and Trout in addition to Normal ice fishing species from the following eight a two Story Quot lakes deep and shallow Waters warm and cold species resulting Island Pond Brighton Willoughby Lake Westmore Lake Caspian Greensboro Harvey Lake Barnet Lake Dunmore Salisbury and Leicester Lake Bomoseen Castleton and Hubbardton Lake St. Catherine Wells and Poultney and Lake Rescue in Ludlow. Because of the Overall number of the liberalized species taken through the ice the fish population in none of the lakes was considered to be even re Motely damaged by the extra fishing. The report proposed a longer Lee Al Shang season closely approximating seasons now existing in both Maine and new Hampshire. Ment biologist Ben Day said that the Antler less season a i. Will be held Only in those areas South of . It. 2 that demonstrate need of such measures. �?o2. Will be held following the regular Buck season. �?o3. Will be of several Days duration. �?o4. Will affect a very Small share 5-8 per cent of the Antler less Deer population within the designated area. �?o5. Will be carried opt in zones Well defined by highways Rivers or other prominent features. �?o6. Will be administered to give equal Opportunity to All Hunters wishing to take part. �?o7. Will be strictly controlled by limiting the number of Antler less permit holders. �?o8. Will be heavily enforced by the departments Law enforcement division to insure that Hunters comply with the letter of the Law. �?o9. Will Cost those permit holders taking part a minimum fee to cover administrative costs. This fee in addition to a regular Hunting License a Rio. Will not result in the reduction of Legal Bucks available during subsequent Buck boaters gather at Jamaica for Lite water weekend Jamaica a canoes will be shooting the West River rapids saturday and sunday in the annual White River weekend Here. Two officials events Are scheduled the Eastern Canoe slalom championships and the National kayak slalom championships. Separate Competition Hlll beheld for women and men. Six events Are scheduled for each Day with starting time to . Saturday and 9 .sunday. In team races three boats will run the course at the same time. Spectators Are expected to line the half mile course. Spills Are frequent in the rough current and photographers usually have a Ball. Frogman jul be stationed at particularly rough spots to help capsized canoeists. The slalom course involves More than missing rocks and staying afloat. Coloured Gates Are Strung from ropes above the River and must be passed through of canoeists want to Complete the run without penalty. To make matters still More difficult some Gates must be entered from the downstream Side. The army corps of engineers controllers of the dam upstream step up water discharge As desired during Competition. The flow is changed from moderate for novices to voluminous for experts. Spectators can buy programs describing the races and entries. A loud speaker system will keep them informed on race Progress. The ladies Benefit society of Jamaica will hold its annual Community supper at the Community Church Cai May 14. Home cooked meals can be bought for $1.50. The american Canoe association supervisors of the White water activities will show movies of earlier races in the town Hall saturday night. Hermon to crack Down on training violations rapid action canoes and kayaks will be shooting the rapids saturday and sunday in the White water weekend on the West River near Jamaica. Official events being held this year Are the Eastern Canoe slalom championships and the National kayak slalom championships. To finish the slalom course without penalty boaters must pass through 20 Gates Hung above the water. Contests begin at to . Saturday and 9 . Sunday. Movies of earlier White water weekends will be shown at the Jamaica town Hall saturday night. Rain threatens to Stop today a baseball cames coaches were expected to decide shortly after noon today whether the Bennington Catholic Rutland game will be played As scheduled. Rain cancelled All games yesterday and threatens to do the same today. The sabers and raiders Are to meet at Welling Field in North Bennington. If the game is played spectators will probably see j. J. Moore pitching for chs and de Robinson for Rutland. No one in the Western Vermont league has been Able to hit Robinson with any Success. He is responsible for All four of the raiders league wins. In the first Rutland chs game the slim right hander threw a shutout and held the sabers to four hits. A win today would keep Bennington Catholic in Contention for the league title. Bennington High travels to Mccann for a game originally set for yesterday. M8enhl coach Don Ziter is planning some changes in the lineup for today a game. Shortstop Jim Shoemaker and third baseman Greg Croff will Trade positions in an attempt to tighten up the infield. Joe Gautier will Start in right Field for the first time this season. He will be replacing Kevin Mears and will Bat ninth. Spectators May see a Small Parade of catamounts Cross the Mound As Ziter gives each of his regular hurlers a workout and continues his search for pitching depth. Jerry Jepson will work the first few innings Ziter said. Then it will be either Jim Kerr or Steve Rice. Jepson will then have the weekend to rest for mondays game at Rutland. In other games Arlington and North Bennington will attempt to make up a rained out game at Arlington. Burr and Burton undefeated in league play travels to Poultney. San Francisco wins eleventh straight game by Jeff Meyers up sports writer the san Francisco giants keep rolling and the National league keeps losing. The giants rolled an unbeatable seven and 11 thursday night by blanking Pittsburgh 3-0 As Juan Marschal won his seventh game of the season and san Francisco captured its Lith straight the longest winning Streak thus far in the major leagues. Marschal the High kicking right hander who led the majors in shutouts last season turned in his second of this Campaign and reduced his earned run average to an incredible 0.76. Elsewhere in the no Phi Ladelphia stopped los Angeles 5-1 and St. Louis shaded Atlanta 4-3 in 12 innings. The game Between the mets and was weird White sox scoring play knocks orioles out first place Dick Homer rapped Middle for the by try Block i i sports writer Tommy Agee helped run Hank Bauer out of the game summer sport jackets by Middle bade Merit Michaels Stern priced from $25.00 Burt Bros. And the Baltimore orioles out of first place by running out of the base line. Agee the Chicago White sox Fleet Cente fielder was one of the principals involved in a weird play thursday night that led to Chicago scoring the tying run in what turned out to be a 5-3 White sox Victory Over Baltimore. The fun began in the fifth inning just after Don Buford tripled Home Pinch runner Joel Horlen to Cut the orioles Lead to 3-2. Agee the next Batter swung and missed at a third strike pitch in the dirt but Baltimore Catcher Andy Etche Barren handle Frank Bertana slow delivery. Agee alertly broke for first but had to elude a lunging Etchebarren who finally came up with the Ball. The Chicago speedster took a slight Detour toward the pitchers Mound to escape the tag. The Oriole receiver fired wildly to first base with right fielder Frank Robinson retrieving it As Buford crossed the plate. Bauer Baltimore a rough and read Pilot bounced out of the dug jut and made a Bee line for plate Umpire Cal Drummond claiming Agee should be out for automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Not staying within the base line. It Wasny to Long before Bauer was the one out by order of Drummond. The Umpire later explained that the right handed batting Agee had to run slightly out of the base line to avoid interfering with the Catcher. The White sox hustling outfielder came Back to haunt the orioles when he singled Home Buford in the seventh inning for the sox last run. The tie breaking tally came in the six when Gene Freese scored from second As Baltimore third baseman Brooks Robinson let Ron Hansen a grounder slip through his legs for a two base error his first of the season. The loss dropped the orioles into second place percentage Points behind the Cleveland indians. Minnesota edged new York 4-3 and Washington tripped California 4-2 in other american league action. Detroit at Cleveland was rained out. Jim Merritts Superb Relief stint dropped the new York Yankees into a last place tie with Boston and gave newly appointed manager Ralph Houk his first loss in four games. Merritt replaced winning Pitcher Camilo Pascual with two Down in the sixth and blanked new York on one hit Over the last three and one third innings fanning five. The twins scored three times on five singles in the third inning Rich Rollins collecting two a big a and Tony Oliva one. Singles by Bob Allison Earl Battey and Cesar Tovar accounted for the final run in the sixth. Don lock drove in three runs with a Home run and a single to help Washington hurler Phil Ortega gain his second Victory in three decisions. Locks seventh inning blast with a mate aboard gave the senators a 3-2 Lead and his single in the ninth scored de Brinkman with the final run. Bobby Knoops snapped Ortega a string of scoreless innings at 19 with a two run Homer in the sixth for californians Only runs. Casey s birth stay new York up a Casey Stengel a 76th birthday july 30, was set thursday by the new York mets As the Date for the annual old timers game. Stengel will put on his old uniform and manage one of the teams. The game will Mark the first time since Stengel broke his hip on july 25, 1965 that he has worn his old uniform no. 37. major league standings formal formal i Al l e Agu e w. L. Pct. Go 21 7 .750 a a a 16 la .593 41/0 14 la .560 5v2 15 13 .536 6 12 la .522 6v2 14 16 .467 8 9 la .450 8 to 14 .417 9 to 15 .400 9v2 6 19 .250 13 american league rentals Adams clothes shop a shoes too san fran Houston Pittsburgh los Angeles Philadelphia Atlanta new York St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago thursdays results Houston at ., ppd., Pella. 5 los Ang. I night san fran. 3 Pitts. 0, night 4 Atla. 3, 12 inns., night Only games scheduled saturdays games san Francisco at new York Houston at Philadelphia los Angeles at Pittsburgh Cincinnati at Chicago Atlanta at St. Louis night w. L. Pct. Go 15 5 .750 16 6 .727 a a a 14 9 .609 2v2 13 9 .591 3 14 la .560 3v2 to to .500 5 9 14 .391 7v2 8 15 .348 8v2 7 17 .292 to 7 17 .292 to Cleveland Baltimore Detroit Chicago California Minnesota Washington Kansas City new York Boston thursdays results Minn. 4 new York 3, Twilight Chicago 5 Baltimore 3, night Detroit at Cleveland ppd., Wash. 4 Calif. 2, night Only games scheduled saturdays games Boston at California Twilight At Kansas City Twilight Washington at Minnesota Chicago at Detroit Baltimore at cleve., Twilight astros at new York postponed due to . Bob Veale gave up All san Francisco runs and left the game in the seventh when giants scored their final tally on Willie Mays single a fielders Choice a single by Jay Alou and an error by Donn Clendenon. Jim Ray Harts sixth Homer of the season was Only extra base hit for the giants. Lou Brocks single with the bases filled and none out in the 12th drove in Curt flood from third with the winning run. Flood was hit by Atlanta Pitcher Phil Niekro to open the inning. Orlando Cepeda trying to sacrifice reached first when Catcher Joe Torres Peg to second went into Center Field. Brock delivered after Charley Smiths intentional walk. The cardinals inaugurated the Brand new Busch memorial stadium. The pm ush $26 million Ball Park on the shores of the Mississippi replaces Busch stadium Home of the old Gas House gang and St. Louis Browns Many seasons ago. Groat poled a two run and Johnny Callison a single through the with the bases loaded Phillies who snapped a three game losing Streak. Jim Bunning gained his fourth straight Triumph although needed Relief help from Darold Knowles in the seventh. Jim Lefebvre accounted for Golf association annual meeting Middlebury a the ver Mont state Golf association will hold its annual meeting at the Middlebury College country club on May 14. Two informal tournaments will be held at the meeting. The Oak Erwood Golf course is in the process of applying for membership to the association but will not be Able to Send a representative to the meeting because of the Apple Blossom tournament being held at the local course this weekend. It has not yet been determined if it. Anthony country club will be represented at the annual meeting according to Coulter Schmitt the clubs Golf chairman. Following a 7 . Dinner at the Middlebury inn delegates from each of the 34 clubs in the association will elect officers and make policy to govern the Golf events of the coming year. It Jay continues draft Battle Frankfort by. Up while Cassius Clay is preparing to defend his world heavyweight title against Henry Cooper in London March 21, his running Battle with the . Selective service system continues uninterrupted. It was disclosed thursday that Clay a member of the Black muslims has asked to be reclassified As a conscientious objector. At present he is 1-a, making him eligible for immediate draft. It. Col. Marshall a. Sanders the Deputy director of the Kentucky selective service system said that if Clay were reclassified 1-0, making him eligible for some Type of assigned civilian work he probably would be asked to work two years in a mental Hospital. Los Angeles Only tally with a second inning Homer his ninth of the Campaign. Bunning helped his own cause with a sparkling three for three performance at the plate and also scored a pair of runs. Anaheim Calif. Up the honeymoon Between Boston manager Billy Herman and the a a reformed red sox appears Over. Herman planned to read the riot act to his ninth place club tonight before the sox take the Field against the California Angels. A from what in be discovered by snooping around a Little some at our men Haven to been behaving the Way we hoped they would a Herman said thursday night. A things Are not going the Way i was led to believe they would go a he said obviously referring to the Well publicized collective confession the team made of past sins during the exhibition season in Florida. Members of the sox admitted at that meeting they had broken training rules and not Given four Black Hawks make All Star team Montreal up a the Chicago Black Hawks broke precedent thursday with the selection of four members to the 1965-66 National hockey league All Star team. Bobby Hull superstar of the Black Hawks was joined by teammates Glen Hall at goalie defens Eman Pierre Pilote and Center Stan milk la. Completing the first team Are Montreal defens Eman Jacques Laperriere and Detroit Veteran All Star right Wing Gordie Howe. Bellveau made the second team along with defens Eman Allan Stanley and left Wing Frank Mahovlich of Toronto and Chicago spat Stapleton. Under the split voting system adopted during the 1953-54 season players Are voted onto the team by Points tallied at the end of each half of the season. Their All in the past but promised to try harder this year so they again find themselves in ninth place. But with the season just one month old there the red sox Are tied for ninth. A i knew id find someone cheating before the season was Over a Herman said. A i found out a few things on this trip that i done to like. A a in a just going to Tell them that in a going to be checking All of them from now on and when i get some one there Isnit going to be any guessing. A anyone who gets caught is going to be fined and it wont be a Lousy Hoo or $200. Its going to be a lot More and anyone who gets caught will have his name announced to the press along with the amount of the Fine and the reason Why a Herman said. A Anaheim looks like a swinging town a Herman said. A this looks like As Good a spot As any to Start making a few bed the sox who dropped three straight games in Kansas City open a four game visit Here. In addition to today a game the two clubs play a single game saturday and a doubleheader sunday. George Thomas was pencilled into the lineup today replacing Jim Gosger in Centerfield. Tony Conigliaro was Back in the lineup in right Field after sitting out the final game at Kansas City after complaining of being overtired. Jerry Stephenson 2-1 was named to pitch for the sox against Dean Chance. Each player on receives $1,000. The first team Hull a unanimous selection with 180 Points set All time nil records this season with 54 goals and 43 assists. Following Hull in the voting was Howe with 160 votes. The second team Worth $500 each was led by Montreal a Bobby Rousseau who scored 78 Points and 30 goals. Two other Montreal players goalie lome Gump Worsley a 12-year Veteran and Center Jean Crawford defeats Gal lion ii in split decision Portland Maine up a greatest Crawford 172, of Brooklyn ., won a split decision Over local favorite Milo Calhoun 171, of Jamaica thursday night in a 10-round feature bout. There were no knockdowns but the fighters treated 1,300 fans to a fast paced boxing demonstration. Calhoun had previously won four straight matches Here. In a 10-round Semi final Hec Tor Rodriguez 133, of Providence r.i., captured an unpopular split decision Over Irish Beau Jaynes 129, of Lowell mass. In the preliminaries Gene Herrick 145, of Saco won a unanimous six a round decision Over Lou Johnson 150, of Lowell mass. And Dick Stoddard 138, of Portland took a unanimous four round verdict Over Jim Spinks 134, also of Portland. Indianapolis 500 Drivers compete for pole position Indianapolis ind. Up a at least nine Drivers today sat in the 160-mile-an-hour Circle at the Indianapolis Speedway As the final Day of practice before saturdays qualifications got under Way. It is the last Day of practice before the first of four Days of qualifications begins. The pole position will be at stake saturday when Drivers begin shooting for the 33 spots in the starting Field for the 500-mile Auto race memorial Day. The fastest qualifier saturday gets the pole. Thursday featured the busiest Day since practice for the �?o500�?� began april 30, with 41 cars taking to the 2v2 mile Oval. Al Unser blew the engine in his Lotus Ford and sprayed Oil Over the main Straightaway to close the track with one of nine a a yellow lights. Unser had been clocked at 160-plus just before the engine went joining pole position favorite Mario Andretti who holds an unofficial clocking of nearly 165 Miles per hour for one Lap. Andretti screw announced thursday he would drive a year old racer in saturdays qualifications because practice time in a new car had been limited. Other Drivers Topping the 160 Mark included Gordon John cock Dan Gurney Rookie Jackie Steward and Jim Mcelreath. Johnny Boyd also had trouble blowing his offenhauser rear engine machine. The other Drivers who previously topped the 160 Mph clocking were Andretti defending Champion Jim Clark and two time Winner a. J. Foyt and Rookie Caral Williams. Sixty nine of 79 cars entered for the memorial Day classic were at the track by closing time with 56 having passed the technical inspection. Bill Cheesbourg made his first appearance driving a twin engine racer but took just one Lap when he could not get the rear engine into gear. Al Miller also made a two Lap Shakedown run in a Turbine powered. Portable to. M49.95 Fig huh its it e. T. 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