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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner tuesday May 14, 1963 cats win f. Tag Drury with 7-1 defeat Sharp Relief by Ordway by Charles j. Read or. A balanced pitching and batting show at alumni Field yesterday led Bennington High school to their fourth consecutive win at the expense of Drury High school of North Adams mass., 7-1. The Bay states were never in the game after the third inning and despite an injury to the throwing hand of starting Beni Pitcher Steve Hilchey Dave Ordway was Able to Cool the bats of Drury. The catamounts compiled eight hits and most of them were solid blows which led to or produced scoring. Beni jumped to a two run Lead in the first inning As Lead off Batter Bui Hickok smashed a single to left Field Dave Ordway reached on an Outfield error Hickok scored on a wild pitch and Bob Babson beat out a perfect bunt to the Pitcher. Brad Stevens then brought in Ordway with a neatly executed suicide squeeze bunt and the cats were just beginning. Drury picked up a run in the top of the third Frame on a walk a single and a passed Ball to make the game close. It was on the passed Ball that Hilchey was injured and forced to leave the game although he later returned to play third base. Hilch covered the plate on the passed Ball and the Quick recovery by Catcher John Burgess had the runner naked at the plate. Hilch put the tag pm the runner but dropped the Ball when spiked Between the Index and Middle Finger of his right hand. Ordway came in and fanned the next Batter to retire the Side. The smallish Southpaw handcuffed Drury the rest of the Way with a variety of knuckle balls and slow curves quite a contrast to Hilchey a fast stuff Beni meanwhile added another tally in the last of the third on a Long triple to right Center Field by Babson followed by a single by Stevens. In the fourth the cats wrapped it up with four big runs on three hits including a double by Ordway which drove in two runs. Coach Don Ziter in his first year coaching at Bennington High school learns quickly As he took advantage of the National federation Rule to replace Hilchey at third base after putting him on the Bench following the injury. This same Rule popped up in the Brattleboro game when colonel coach Andy Natovich replaced a Catcher he had benched earlier. At that time Ziter believed they were playing under Vermont federation rules which do not allow the return of a player taken out. Also Ziter has been making frequent use of the suicide squeeze bunt after Adams High school nearly drove the cats crazy with the play in the 11-inning tie several weeks ago. With most High school batteries the play can work almost every time and often the confusion of the defensive team is such that the Batter will also reach first. Beni goes again tomorrow at alumni Field hosting Burr and Burton. Aem Ember Voe get double triple "8&Quot Blee Stamps every wednesday at Gram Union Empire n. Minimum Purchase necessary Don t Stop now Doug Welkin of Beni is about to blast around third base against Drury yesterday at alumni Field and score the fifth cat run. The Bay state third baseman Art Leveille leaps High but was Jost faking. Coaching at third is Bob Lane who gives the a stay up Quot signal to Watkin. Staff photo read Beni a r h rib Hickok of 3 i i 0 Davis of of i 0 0 0 Ordway la p 4 2 i 2 Babson of 3 i 3 i Peterson x i 0 0 0 Baldwin c 0 0 0 0 Hilchey a 3b i 0 0 0 Buck of 2 0 0 0 Stevens is 2 0 i o w Plante 2b 3 0 0 0 Woodward 2b 0 0 0 0 Watkin d. 3b, of Burgess c 2 i 0 0 2 i 0 0 Lane c 0 0 0 0 wad tin l., of la 3 i 2 2 totals 26 7 8 7 Drury a r h rib Prenguber is 2 i 0 0 Gamari 2b 3 0 0 0 Lamoureaux of 3 0 i 0 Del negro c 3 0 i 0 Foote la p 4 0 0 0 Alderman of 3 0 i 0 Leveille 3b 2 0 0 0 Mahar of 3 0 2 0 Evans p 2 0 0 0 Steele la i 0 0 0 totals 27 i 5 0 a a struck out 6th. For Babson in Drury Ooi too i i Benld 201 400 x -7 two base hits Mahar Ordway Watkin Three base hits Babson. Left Beni 5 Drury to. Nip and tuck loses Saber baseball Story the Bennington Catholic High school baseball record 01 2-3 is certainly misleading since the sabers have lost two of their games by one run and the other by two runs. With a Little hit Here or there chs could be 4-1 or undefeated the contests have been that close. Today it s Home again for the first time since april 22, opening Day when they downed Rutland High school 7-1 at alumni Field. Then they hit the Road and dropped Middlebury a the team they face today and it appeared As ii the sabers were on their Way to one of the school s Jinx faces Chateaugay double plays Foote to Steele. Base on balls off Hilchey 3, Ordway 2, Evans i Foote 0. Struck out by Hilchey 3, Ordway 5 Evans 2 Foote 3. Hits off Hilchey 2 in 2 2-3 innings Ordway 3 in 4 1-3 innings Evans 7 in 3 1-3 innings Foote i in 2 2-3 innings. Minor league results International league Arkansas 3, Columbus 2 Buffalo to Atlanta 4 Indianapolis 9, Jacksonville 2 Rochester to Syracuse 8 Toronto at Richmond postponed Pacific coast league Spokane i Tacoma 0 Dallas fort Worth 6, Denver i Oklahoma City 5, Salt Lake City i Hawaii 7, Portland 5 Only games scheduled Baltimore apr a sizable Jinx and Pill icon a Sharp turns face Chateaugay when he race for $150,000-plus and a Wreath of Black eyed susans in the Preakness saturday. If John w. Galbreath s Colt grabs the second leg of the triple Crown he will be Only the fifth Kentucky Derby Winner in 19 years to win the Piralic classic and the 14th since 1873. The triple Crown itself has gone a begging since citation won it in 1948. Odds seem to favor second place finishers in the Derby or winners of the Preakness prep. Runners up at Churchill Downs have done nearly twice As Well in the Preakness As Derby winners which should be heartening news to never bends owners. Never Bend finished behind Chateaugay by a length and a Quarter a fortnight ago in the Derby. Candy spots was third. On my Honor fourth place finisher in the Derby worked a mile monday easily in 1 40 1-5. The probable seven horse Field will be rounded out be Lemon twist and sky wonder. Players selected at Benn. La auction the auction for the Bennington Little league was conducted last night at Bennington Catholic High school. The following boys have been selected to play with the teams listed. Each boy will be contacted by his team manager in the next few Days. There will be a meeting of the Bennington Little league tonight at 7 30 . At the knights of Columbus Hall. Eagles a Tony stump Steve Latif Erick Bell Donald Colvin. North East a m. Palmer s. Hurley Randy Porter Robin Thurber j. Galipeau Colin Kearns. Moose or Gates j. Crawford r. Brunina k. Brunona n. Quist by Racicot p. Bushee. Poly graphics Steve Bruso Doug Caron Dan Caron Rick Caslin Gary Mattl Soa Kieth has a Pflug Mark Hason Pflug Bernie Loveland. Display a j. Hyde Tom Petit Jed Donnivan Larry la tour Chester Dunnigan m. Gill. Tan Sitor a Joel Raetz j. Harte Jim Torrisi Kevin Murray. Most successful baseball seasons. But up popped the late inning miscues and a loss to Brattleboro 7-6, a 2-0 defeat to Otter Valley and a 2-1 loss to it. St. Joseph. Rain killed another scheduled Road contest versus Rutland Friday. I4chs has the pitching with George Allard on the Mound. Allard has pitched 27 2-3 innings in the five games starting and finishing four and relieving in the other. He has struck out 47 and walked Only 13 in that stretch vet owns a 2-3 record. The flitting has not been had either. Ted Bridges has collected 7 for 17 with 6 rib to Lead the slugging Parade Gerry Morrissey has 5 for 15, Bob Millington 3 for to fou games Bill Hayes 4 for 15, Tom Tomasi 3 for 13, Tommy King 3 for 17, Tommy Moore 2 for 15 and Allard 2 for 13. The sailers Fielding has not been filled with errors either but a mistake Here and there in a close Ball game can make the difference and it has. There is still plenty of time with six games remaining on the schedule for chs to compile a Good record and with two games to be played against Beni one this Friday a few victories could mean a satisfying season. Betis Salem just miss in big trap shoot Ralph Bevis and Henry Salem of Bennington shot their Way into second place in class a and b saturday at the 54th annual Amateur Crapshoot championships of America at travers Island Pelham Manor . Bevis owner of the gun rack on Morgan Street won the class a shoot in 1961. This year he was Defeated by Roger Fawcett 197-195 out of 200 targets at 16 Yards. Fawcett is general manager of Fawcett publications. Salem came even closer breaking 194 to Winner Robert Atherton a 195. A Field of 125 competed in the National invitational event. Fawcett won the event in 1938 and told Bevis that a Twenty five years was one Heck of a Long time to wait in order to regain the Bevis won a Silver Platter and Salem was award a Wood and Silver salad bowl ensemble. Bennington softball schedule up Eljer eur Rowl chef Kitche naia h. Greenberg amp son inc. 321 main St. Bennington it. Monday May 13 a Eagle Square is. Sales memorial Park Cushman svs. Tans Tor Tan Sitor Field. Tuesday May 14�?Union Carbide is. Davey soil Mem. Wednesday May 15 a Ben Mont is. Eagles Mem. Thursday May 16 a Princess waiters is. Sales Mem. Monday May 20�?Eagle Square is. Cushman a Mem. Tuesday May 21 a Tan Sitor is. Union Carbide Mem. Davey soil is. Ben Mont Tan. Wednesday May 22�?eagles is. Waiters Princess Mem. Thursday May 23 a sales is. Cushman a Mem. Monday May 27�?taneltor is. Eagle Square Mem. Ben Mont is. Union Carbide Tan. Tuesday May 28�?davey�?Ts Oil is. Princess waiters Mem. Wednesday May 29�?Union Carbide is. Cushman a Mem. Monday june 3�? Eagle Square is. Union Carbide Mem. Tuesday june 4�?cushman�?Ts is. Davey soil Mem. Wednesday june 5�?prince�?Ts-waite�?Ts is. Ben Mont Mem. Thursday june 6�?eagle�?Ts is. Softball league opener May not last but. Jumbled Al race continues the 1963 Bennington softball league got off to a rousing Start last night at memorial Park As sales downed Eagle Square 31-16. In tonight a action it will be Union Carbide is. Davey Oil at memorial Park at 6 15 . Eagle Square King la Ewell of Ware of Lacroix 3b Bushee of Farrar 2b Wyman is Laflamme c Loveland p Mattison Pelsue Hoard totals sales t. Hoyt la Childs 2b Czan Eckl is Callahan of Wassick of Bratcher of g. Hoyt of Haynes 3b Dunklee p Cota c totals Tan Sitor Bonito Hurley Livingstone Golvin Letourneau Carrol Myers Sheldon provincial Gorman Berry Howie Vanness Brown totals Cushman Squire Barney Morrissey Livingstone Farnham Hui Rivett woul tin Balok totals a r by by Jim Hackleman associatedpre8a sports writer so the Boston red Sog pre in second place in the american league. So what s so funny about that m Are Irr the Chicago White sox like Boston a prime pre season Choice for the second division running in front and the Kansas City athletics another pick for the lower Echelon a close third and Aren t new York s mighty Yankees struggling along in fourth with the other contenders stringing behind it s just a crazy mixed up race that s All. The red sox put the slug on the Washington senators 8-5 monday night and the los Angeles Angels whipped the White sox 7-3 in the Only games on the Al schedule. The results eased Boston into the runner up spot one game Back of Chicago and to percentage Points ahead of the a a and put the Angels into a sixth place tie with Cleveland at the .500 level. In the Only National league game the Houston Colts climbed out of sole occupancy of the cellar with their fifth straight Victory outlasting the new York mets4-2 in a runaway turned Cliffhanger. Houston now shares ninth place 48 16 20 a r i hoosiers win 8-3 Over Hoosick Alley 55 31 33 a r h 5 4 2 5 4 2 4 4 4 2 1 i 0 0 2 i 2 2 i 2 2 i 3 0 i 2 2 i 2 2 0 2 i i 2 i 0 42 29 17 a r h Hoo sic Valley .�?Hoosick Falls Central school kept up with the Pace in the Washington county baseball league by defeating Hoosic Valley 8-3 Here yesterday. The hoosiers picked up a one run Lead in the first inning As Ben Niles doubled in a tally. In the third Frame Hoosick Falls exploded for four runs on five hits. Don Marsh cracked a single Paul Kipp walked Ben Niles singled Dick Niles singled As did Mike Mccoubrey and Doug Eighmey. When the smoke cleared the hoosiers led 5-0. Dick Lassor held Hoosic Valley at Bay although the Valley men rallied for a run in the fifth and two in the Home half of the last inning. Lassor fanned to and walked six but allowed Only five hits. Mccoubrey the lanky first baseman for the hoosiers had a Fine Day All around with two for three and a steal of Home. Marsh chipped in two for four. The of Junior varsity Moo tripped up by 7-6 for a sier sweep of the afternoon s action. Hoosick Falls hosts Schuylerville thursday. As of now the hoosiers Are tied for second place in the league with Schuylerville and Greenwich each having lost one game while Stillwater is undefeated and ruling the Roost. . I 0 4 0 i i i 8 la i . 0000102352 Lassor and Kipp Thompson Johnson 5 and Speanburg. Nuhs is. Arlington Mil Lead at stake 4 0 0 4 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 i 2 i 1 0 to 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 30 9 its time to Settle something in the Molly Stark baseball league. North Bennington High school As expected and Arlington High school pleasantly unexpected Are currently Riding 3-0 league records and Are co leaders of the Loop. But today in Arlington at 4 . They will Settle that deadlock head to head. The governors have stopped Leland Grey St. Michael s of Brattleboro and Wilmington. The Palmer needs a rest to shake the bus Eagle Square Tan. Tan Sitor is. Sales Mem. Monday june Ion Union Carbide is. Sales Mem. Davey s Oil is. Tan Sitor Tan. Tuesday june la a Cushman svs. Princess waiters Mem. Wednesday june 12�?Ben Mont is. Eagle Square Mem. Thursday june 13 a Union Carbide is. Eagles Mem. Monday june 17 a Eagle Square is. Davey soil Mem. Tuesday june 18 a eagles is. Cushman Mem. Wednesday june 19 a Tan Sitor is. Ben Mont Mem. Waiters Princess is. Union Carbide Tan. Thursday june 20 a sales is. Davey soil Mem. Monday june 24 a eagles is. Tan Sitor Mem. Cushman is. Ben Mont Tan. Tuesday june 25�? Eagle Square is. Princess waiters Mem. Wednesday june 26 a Ben Mont is. Sales Mem. Davey soil is. Eagles Tan. Thursday june 27�?tansitor is. Waiters Princess Mem. All games begin at 6 15 . Latrobe a. A it a weary ailing Arnold Palmer his position As Golf a Premier performer in serious jeopardy says a Little rest May be All he needs. A mainly i just Felt Lousy a a Palmer recounted of his poor showing at the colonial invitation at fort Worth Tex. A i have been in the habit of taking time off from Golf during the fall from september until late december. But i Haven to done this for the last four or five years. In be been too Busy. A the result is in be picked up some bad golfing habits. In a not hitting the Ball Well at All. These Are Soma of the bugs in my game i have to get rid the games a time leading Money Winner shot a 299 in the colonial last weekend 20strokes off the Pace and one of his poorest competitive rounds in years. Though he said nothing about it at the time it was disclosed that Palmer had a painful cyst on his Back during the tourney which hampered his walking and swinging. Northeastern boating officers Burlington apr Peter j. Gannon of Manasquan n. J., was elected Friday president of the conference of northeastern states boating administrators. Other officers chosen were Harold Dean of Vermont vice president William Matthews of Maryland Secretary and Robert Johnson of Maine treasurer. All Are state boating administrators. At one of the final sessions of the two Day conference the administrators who came from several northeastern states adopted a Resolution recommending enactment of Laws eliminating the personal property tax on recreational boats. They also proposed that All states require occupants of boats to be equipped with a lifesaving device. Major league stars batting a Leon Wagner Angels had three hits including seventh Homer of the season and drove in two runs in 7-3 Victory Over Chicago White sox. Pitching Bob Bruce Colts allowed three hits and struck out ii in going 8 2-3 innings As Houston beat new York Mots 4-2. Aau track in Massachusetts Hudson mass. Apr the 74th annual new England aau track and Field championships serving As a trial event for the coming United states is Russia summer meet in Moscow Are set for june 11-12 at Riverside bowl. College club Schoolboy and prep athletes Are eligible if their entries Are submitted before Midnight june 3. A ifs True i have a cyst and it gave me some trouble a a he admitted monday. A i saw a doctor there but there was no operation. I thought about pulling out but decided against it. A i think what i need most of All is to get away from Golf for a while. For the next week i wont do anything. I wont touch a club. Ill just piddle around the House. Then next week ill Start practising a Palmer Well Down the list of Money w Inners this season failed in his bid for a fourth masters Crown last month at Augusta a. The tourney was won by Jack Nicklaus who Aijo bested Palmer in the Las vegas tournament of. Champions and looms As a major threat to Palmer s position As the games no. I player. A what i want to do is rest and then get a fresh Start a Palmer said. He said he does t plan to play again until just before the National open at Brookline mass., june 20-22. Lipscomb a death query continues Baltimore apr Baltimore police tied together today the final details in their investigation into the last night of Gene bid Umi by Lipscomb pro football Sist whose death shocked the sports world and has drawn the attention of Senate narcotics Racket probes. A 24-year-old Man sought for questioning in the death of lips Como walked into police Headquarters monday gave a statement to police and was released. Police said the Man was at a party Friday where the Pittsburgh steel Erst a Star lineman allegedly took a fatal injection of heroin. A the statement confirms what we already know a capt. Wadeh. Poole said. In Washington sen. John Mcclelland d-ark., said the investigation of Lipscomb a death is being watched closely and could figure in Senate investigations into the drugs Racket this summer. Timothy Black a Friend of Lipscomb has been charged with Possession of narcotics Saraphena Lia. Black was quoted by police As saying Lipscomb took an injection of heroin during a party in a Baltimore apartment. A medical examiner said the injection caused the death of the National football league player. Police said they also have statements from two girls present at the party. Black said he left the party to get some breakfast and found Lipscomb a unconscious form slumped in a chair when he returned. Eagles have beaten Whitingham Wilmington and Leland Grey. The wins of Nuhs have been mainly of the bombing Type while the Young eagles have provided late inning heroics for their victories. North Bennington has a Veteran club which possesses Power and two Fine pitchers a Sim Crosier and Ricky Haynes a and is virtually the same team which went to the class m tournament last year where they bowed to the class m champions from Poultney. Arlington is making reversal from a poor season last year with some Good looking Sophomore prospects. Catcher Don Marsh is improving All the time and his Bat has been providing Sharp hits. Coach Gerald brow in his first year is attempting to develop pitchers and has come up with two second year men in Jim Hayden and Russ Holton who have done a decent Job Between them. Whether the Youthful zest of the eagles can Stop the hard hitting North Bennington line up will be discovered today. Paul Penders father d ies Boston apr funeral services have been set for the fathers of two prominent area boxers. William f. Pender 61, father of former partial middleweight Champion Paul Pender died at his br6okline Home sunday. Thomas w. Mcneeley sr., 51, father of former heavyweight challenger Tom Mcneeley jr., also died at his Arlington residence sunday night. The Pender funeral will be held at St. Mary of the Assumption Church Brookline thursday morning. At the same time the Mcneeley service will be conducted at St. Agnes Church Arlington. 1960 Vauxhall 4 door >795 1961 Volkswagen station Wagon >1645 w h Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bannin gown with Milwaukee. The red sox belted seven extra bases among their la hits including a three run Homer by Bob Tillman in the sixth inning that stood up As the clincher. Washington starter Don Rudolph was routed in the first. Tall Gene Conley was credited with the pitching Victory his second in three decisions with Strong help from Dick Radatz. The Angels also went Ona Long Ball Binge in beating Chicago for the second time in a Row while the White sox had a frustrating evening on the bases. Leon Wagner smacked his seventh Homer and two singles for los Angeles de Sadowski homered and singled George Thomas hit a Homer and Jim Fregosi cracked a triple and into run double. The White sox blew several chances but the big one was in the second when they managed just one run on four singles and an Angel error. Houston right hander Bob Bruce turned Back the mets on just two hits and struck out la through eight innings but lost his shut out and Complete game bid with two away in the ninth. Bruce walked Lead off in an Duke Snider in the ninth got the next two mets but then hit Pinch hitter Choo Choo Coleman and walked Charlie Neal. After yielding a Pinch two run single to Chris Cannizarro Bruce was relieved by Don Mcmahon who struck out Cliff Cook. Roger Craig allowed eight Colt hits and the mets committed four errors with displays by Craig and Tim Harkness leading to two unearned runs. Wills goes to third los Angeles apr the dodgers troublesome third base problem has been placed in the capable hands of the National league s most valuable player Maury wills. Wills who stole 104 bases last year for a major league record is the sixth Man that manager Walt Alston has tried at the hot Corner this season. Tommy Davis Don Zimmer Daryl Spencer Ken Mcmullen and Jim Gilliam All have had a fling at the Job. Wills who suffered a severe ankle wrench in the opening game this year at Chicago still is a bit hobbled and going in either direction for a Ball Isnit going to help the Healing process. But at third base he won t have so much ground to cover and his powerful throwing Arm is Ideal for the Long throw to first. Alston says wills who was used at third sunday As the dodgers swept their three game series with the san Francisco giants will be Back there tonight against Philadelphia. Alston is interested in shoring his defences a and with Good reason. The dodgers Are the worst Fielding team in the majors the statistics disclose. Fight remits Sydney Australia a Arthur Persley 1361/2, red Cross la., out pointed Gary co bum 144, Australia 12. North Dartmouth mass. A Charlie Scott is. Manny Bur go bout cancelled. Tip to golfers fit Gregor to get distance you must make the most of a full shoulder both feet Flat on the ground will help achieve this. Done to make the mistake of lifting the left foot As Many people do. Golf in any weather with a drizzle jacket guaranteed water repellent for two full years by Cra Venette. $11.95 see our total collection of Mcgregor Golf Wear Adams clothes shop a shoes too Quot

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