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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 14, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Follow the n y. Mets watch out say doctors by will Grimsley associated press sports writer new York apr you done to have to be nuts to be a met baseball fan but it helps. This is a scientific fact. We got it straight from the psychiatrist Couch. Intrigued by repeated suggestions that the new Breed now whooping it 14 for Casey Stengel Regam muffin Polo grounders consists of a weird mixture of complexes and suppressed desires we decided to find out for ourselves. We called the american mental health foundation inc. The foundation referred us to Wladimir g. Eliasberg m. D., ph.d., psychiatrist psycho analyst psychologist in new York. Is it abnormal the doctor was asked for people suddenly to go wild Over an inept chronically losing baseball team which is struggling to stay out of the Celar Quot it is mass suggestion a said or. Eliasberg leaning Back in the swivel chair of his elegantly upholstered and carpeted office. Quot it a mathematical situation with passions multiplied by the in Masse Factor. Quot it is As contagious As a disease. When a group stands up and yells wildly As the met fans do no one dares not to follow suit. Failure to do would mean Why the mets Why Don t these people unleash their imprisoned emotions on some other team Quot it is characteristic that mass m or Shaft la important meeting an important Quot special meeting of the no Shaft Arlington Little league has been called by president Joseph Crossman for wednesday at 8 30 . At the North Bennington Field House. All league officials and managers of major and minor leage teams Are requested to be present. Is Latch on to a cause that apparently is destined for defeat the psychiatrist explained. Did the moving of the giants and dodgers to the Pacific coast have anything to do with the growth of this violent new baseball spirit Quot assuredly Quot the doctor said. Quot this is the mechanism of How do the mets satisfy this need Quot the mets provide a new shiny and crusty 73-year-old Casey Stengel a does he provide the have nothing met fans with the father image Quot it very important a or. Eliasberg said. Quot just min politics this venerable Finuf offers the added Comfort of a father a Leader who knows and can do All. Why Don t they cheer for the Yankees Quot that a replied the doctor with a knowing smile Quot is like cheer ing for . american league National league w. L. Pct. . W. L. Pct. . Chicago 18 12 .600 _ san fran. 19 13 .594 a Boston 15 la .577 i . Louis 19 14 .576 i Kansas City 17 13 .567 i Pittsburgh 16 13 .522 i i new York 14 12 .538 2 los Angeles 17 15 .531 2 Baltimore 16 14 .533 2 Chicago 16 15 .516 2 i Cleveland 12 12 .500 3 Cincinnati 14 15 .483 3 los Angeles 17 17 .500 3 Phila. 14 16 .467 4 Detroit 12 17 .414 5v2 new York 14 18 .438 5 Washington 13 19 .406 6 Milwaukee 14 19 .424 5 i Minnesota la 18 .379 6v2 Houston 14 19 .424 51/2 mondays results Boston 8, Washington 5 los Angeles 7, Chicago 3 Only games scheduled today a games Minnesota at new York 00 Detroit at Chicago n Kansas City at Cleveland n Baltimore at Washington 0 los Angeles at Boston n wednesday games Minnesota at new York los Angeles at Boston 04 Detroit at Chicago n Kansas City at Cleveland 0f Baltimore at Washington n monday results Houston 4, new York 2 Only game scheduled today games new York at Houston i Cincinnati at Chicago . Louis at Milwaukee 0 Philadelphia at los Angeles 04 Pittsburgh at san Francisco n wednesday games Cincinnati at Chicago . Louis at Milwaukee 00 new York at Houston Philadelphia at los Angeles n Pittsburgh at san Francisco major league leaders rent a camera or projector for As Little As 2.00 per Day Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main . Dial 442-9626 american league batting 50 at bats a Causey Kansas City .352 Wagner los Angeles .349. Runs Hinton Washington 23 Kaline Detroit and Pearson los Angeles 20. Runs batted in Robinson and Nicholson Chicago 24. Hits Wagner los Angeles 44 Hinton Washington 40. Doubles Yastrzemski Boston and Versalles Minnesota 9. Triples Hinton Washington 5 Clinton Boston Cimoli Kansas City and l. Thomas los Angeles 3. Home runs Nicholson Chicago Wagner los Angeles Tresh new York and Hinton Washington 7. Stolen bases a Aparicio Baltimore to Charles Kansas City 6. Pitching a Fischer Kansas City 5-0, 1.000 Stock Baltimore and Morehead Boston 3-0, 1.00 0. Strikeouts a Barber Baltimore and Cheney Washington 51. National league batting 50 at bats a Covington Philadelphia .367 f. Alou san Francisco .355. Runs a Aaron Milwaukee and flood . Louis 30. Runs batted in fairly los Angeles 27 Covington Philadelphia 26. Tomorrow you will Sei How to save. At dunhams furniture. Inc. 320 Kiln . Bennington 2-3131 double to Stamps wed. Duss in new York. Prince George hotel pm Smarn 1000 spacious beautifully appointed rooms. Air conditioning 21 to. Close to everything you want to see and do in exciting Manhattan yet quiet and restful at night. Fat Haa a Darvanan Travka Celt fur ital Frere again. Hits of. Alou san Francisco and Groat . Louis 44. Doubles a Cardenas Cincinnati and f. Alou and Cepeda san Francisco to. Triples a 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 . Louis 5-0, 1.000 o Dell san Francisco 4-0, 1.000. Strikeouts a Mahaffey Philadelphia and Sanford san Francisco 44. Journalists give Yankee Quill awards Boston apr three prominent new England journalists Are this year recipients of the annual Yankee Quill awards. They Are Paul Stanley Deland associate editor of the Christian science Monitor Louis m. Lyons curator of the Nieman foundation for journalism at Harvard and Henry Minott new England news manager of United press International. The awards were presented monday night at the fourth annual Yankee Quill awards dinner at which the three winners also received membership in the new England Academy of journalists. Their selection had been made by the awards committee of the new England professional chapter of Sigma Delta Chi a journalism society. The speaker at the awards dinner was associated press reporter Reiman Morin Winner of two pulitzer prizes. One such award was for his work on the Little Rock ark., integration crisis. Morin also has been covering the Birmingham ala., demonstrations. Morin said the chief shortcoming in reporting such crises is that the voice of the moderates in the South is rarely heard. He said there Are moderates on both sides and extremists on both sides. Newspapers he said can make a principal contribution by giving an unbiased and fair report on the Over All picture in the South As it exists. He said it is far too easy to let the voice of the extremists be heard above All others. Hmm a Jim Thorp Rangeley Maine apr Mal Porter is a trackman for new Sharon High school. He May not need teammates. Porter beat Rangeley High All by himself monday winning seven events and placing third in another for 36 Points of new Sharon 91 2-3. Rangeley totalled 34 1-3. Porter won the too 220 and 440-Yard sprints the 70-Yard High hurdles Broad jump discus and pole vault. He fell to a Mere third in the javelin. Financing fishing Washington up a an estimated 34 million men women and children spent $3 billion on fishing in the United states during 1962, according to government estimates. Bennington Banner tuesday May 14, 1963-9 no revival for Dixie classic Raleigh . Apr president William Friday of the consolidated University of North Carolina and Chancellor John t. Caldwell of North Carolina state College reaffirmed Friday their 1961 decision to discontinue the Dixie basketball classic. In a report to the state House of representatives Friday and Caldwell said they considered the decision to abandon the annual Christmas Holiday tourney Here was Quot sound and defensible this was their reply to a Resolution adopted by the House on april la that they Quot give serious consideration to the feasibility and desirability of reinstating Quot the tournament which was discontinued in the midst of game fixing and bribery scandals involving teams of both North Carolina state and the University at Chapel have started a Good season members of the Cambridge High school track squad paused during practice monday afternoon. Coach Jim Reilly says his 21-Man Crew Quot should have a pretty Good season. We won our first two meets by a pretty Good left to Light kneeling Joe Voerman David Craig and Jerry Coon. Standing Tim Kamper Jerome Sardi. Steve Morse Tim White Prand Ludwick. Beaver Ross Paul Adams jr., and Bob motrin. Staff photo Edmunds Hinsdale raceway entries first race it a Trot class a Kay town w. Pillsbury 5. Gay Sherry Mattison 6. Irish Eddie j. Field 7. Borders Lew Peter a. Day 8. Mighty George b., p. Battis a a a Symbol i mile $500. I. Or. Kildare r. Ryan 2. Dick Lybrook w. Mattison 3. Steamboat Bill i. Fester 4. Dar nit a silk or. 5. Recoup m. Mite e. Gilman. Beckwith 6. Winged Volo h. Harp 7. Bertram Junior f. Partridge 8. Marty Moraka w. Sutherland or. A a Lull Isab l. Shea Joey boy Somerville. Second race i mile $500. Sixth race a Pace class d i mile $500. I. Bullet Hayes a. Cassidy 2. Topaz sequin i. Foster 3. Link c., h. Lamb 4. Juno Gem m. Robinson 5. Jack of Pace class a diamonds i. Szimeszku 6. Timmy a j. Coville 7. Killarney i. Miss Roseanne w. Chap Jane n. Laraia 8. Rusty Royal Delaine 2. Proud Princess i. B. Pike a Foster 3. Icicle f. Hodgkins 4. W. Collins. P.kjs., j. Kane 5. May Bell n. Watson 6. James s., r. Pease 7. Or. M.g., r. Copeland 8. Lakeside Scott a. Nason a a Gay Maundy o. Burgoyne Don rap l. Shea. High Sierra third race i mile $500. Trot class a seventh race a Pace class c 3, i mile $600. I. Tassyn a waybill 2. Shady Dale direct 3. Crum tonian i. Porter 4. Pinnacle Chuck k. Heeney 5. Spunky miss r. Ryan 6. June Elkington m. Robinson 7. Fur 1. Slaps in Maxie A Jor Man Hal h. Harp 8. Hardy Dan 2. Welcome Sheila w. Silk Beau r Mckee. A a Licorie or. 3. Susie r. Kellogg 4. Nash j. Kolibab Hanover r. Ryan 5. Pokey Dillon r. Com Ether 6. Hudson eighth race a Pace class Victory h. Harp 7. Shady Dale c 3, i mile $600. Tonilyn m. Beckwith 8. Is i. Saltbox dream r. Kellogg quire sea Bee r. Pease aet 2. Meadow fair k. Heeney 3. Joey boy Summerville Lull Isab l. Shea. Fourth race a Pace class a i mile $500. I. Maxine a Volo j. Kane 2. Tiger express r. Copeland 3. Red Marvel h. Harp 4. Kay Deross l. Drayton 5. Lebanon boy w. Mattison 6. Shower Bolt n. Watson 7. Red dog Beckwith 8. Dauntless Wick w. Collins a a Symbol mite e. Gilman. Fifth race a Pace class a i Milf $500. Bay state Biddie j. Sylvia 4. Peanuts Purdue a. Day 5. Susie Mac r. Chase 6, Bay state Andy w. Silk or. 7. Scottie a Tremblay 8. Pep song a. Wil sey or. A a Frisky Jon o. Burgoyne Knight Stone a. Mccarthy or. Ninth race a Pace class a i mile $500. I. Glory Wyn n. Watson 2. Abbe Charm r. Cornellier 3. King Katy p. Constantino 4. Accelerator p. Lynaugh 5. Willa Quinton m. Robinson 6. Esquire Kate p. Battis 7. Volo Tommy i. Southern senator r. Pierce i. Foster 8. Miss Bridgton f. 2. Comman Chero p. Davis 3. Flaming Scot r. Cornellier 4. Pike a a High Sierra w. Collins. Botox find Home runs Boston apr manager Johnny pm sky a Broad smile is illuminating the american league standings from second place All the Way Down. His red sox finally have found the batting Range. Home runs by Bob Tillman a decisive three run Belt Frank Malzone and Dick Stuart helped Boston whip Washington 8-5 last night and leap by to percentage Points past Idle Kansas City into second place. A los Angeles Victory Over league leading Chicago enabled the red sox to close to within a game of the top rung. Boston meets that same los Angeles club tonight with Bill Monbouquette pitching against Ken Mcbride. Both Nave 2-4 records. The sox whose Lack of Power had Pesky openly fretting rapped four senators pitchers for la hits and 26 total bases. The team which had been Riding on a disappointing .238 team batting average broke Loose for a .344 spree in the game. Until this contest the red sox had been going Strong on a combination of solid pitching some of that heart Quot you be gotta have Quot and a Little bit of Luck. The pendulum suddenly swung. Winner Gene Conley surrendered five runs on six hits and five walks in his 6 2-3 innings then needed Sharp saving Relief from Dick Radatz. But at the plate the sox suddenly came alive. In addition to the homers Chuck Schilling produced a pair of doubles while Carl Yastrzemski and la Clinton each tripled. Schilling doubled Yastrzemski and Malzone smacked a two run Homer giving Boston a 3-0 first inning Lead it never surrendered. Stuart hit a Solo drive in the fourth. Boston nailed Down the verdict in the sixth when Clinton tripled then held third As Stuart got a hit on an Alphonse and Gaston Popup which fell safely. Roman Mejias singled for one run and Tillman smacked a mighty Homer which hit the Wall behind the Center Field bleachers. Jim King drove in three runs via a Homer and single while Washington teammate Chuck Hinton rapped out a two run single. Radatz was toughest after Larry Osborne opened the eighth with a triple to Center. The Ace fireman then proceeded to strand the runner on third via a grounder strikeout and infield pop. Schillings 2-for-3 night at the plate gave him a .346 average and third place in the league batting race. New from to it f ii by n Fri i. No a mrs Mere 350, 35 horsepower 2 cylinders in line Mercury a most powerful twin. New super Magneto. Power Dom combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned Atter and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Optional electric starting Black trimmed in Brome. Recommended for skiing fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general Utility Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington Hinsdale results Deer can jump first a Trot last 0, one my $500. Jinks Worthington Beckwith. 4.m a Sjo Ohio Demon Keno i1.n 4.m or. Juliott Copeland .5.0 t a 2 15.2. Also Billy lord. Torr double. Success pert Pylon. Second a pact. Class done Milo Sam miss Are Steek Ryan am 4.4# Symbol Dale Kelloy him font Spangier Robinson t a 2 14 3. Also by Loken singles Pixie. Meadow Hayes. Ginger glow away. Daily double j she third a Trot class done mile Sam Clem print Plante or. Sam 4.m in Corwin Hanover Harp por Schord Potwen. t a 2 b.3. Also. Eur dares Andale Pixie Tyson d fourth a Trot class c-3, one mile som Squadron loader Day 4.m in 1.10 or. Berry key Kellogg in 2 to Pershing lad Foster 4.40 t a 2 to. Also. Runnymede shy Ace Mon Armour pick. Everett Scott Dewey Mcelwyn. Fifth Pace class done mile Sam Linda Corol Viron. Ii 20 4 40 1 40 miss Millie abbe Foster m i m senator dream Fauch or t�?2.10 3. Also. Bardwell Curtice boy Prince Councel red Rice Jolly Jane sixth Trot. Class c-3. On mile Sao a is Robinson. Of 2 00 to country Stylo silk of too Solario Plonto. Or 3.00 t�?2 08 2 also scotch Delux top a ail. Goy Duke. Ramon Sheba Doro thy Rose Croft seventh Poce Doss c-3. One mile Sam ablate Copeland. In 2m 10 Indian Guido Choeky. S m 2 it hoi Joy Day. 120 t�?2 of 3 also Pulaski Mac. Eyre Hall scotch Bogie eighth a pore class it mile Justice Hanover poacher 4 m 2 40 i of Rhet a kid Iraq 2 40 2 40 Jim Doon Robinson too t a j in also a Mountain glow Peter g Scott motor lad Slippery Smith Handy Royal ninth a Poce class f t mile Sam Jedi direct Horvoth 27 00 11 0 it Derb Silverhill Morrison 20 40 in Erick murky Foster 4 00 t a 2 12 i also a miss Pete Janus Woodlawn Jerry Kroner Prince Jean Goy Eva g. Attendance a 1919 handle a $90,223. Richmond a. Apr this out of season Deer yarn turned up the other Day a Richmond Man was following a big truck on . 301 and As the truck passed through a deep Cut a Deer jumped out and stuck the trucks aluminium siding Only a few inches from the top. The trucker and the Ric Monder stopped to appraise the dead Deer a and the bad Dent High up on the Side of the truck. Then the Driver said Quot Fella you saw it. Can i have your name and address when i pull this truck into base in new York and report that a Deer made that Dent up there in a going to need a Light heavyweight fight postponed Detroit apr Henry Hank title fight with Light heavyweight Champion Harold Johnson scheduled for june i at Las vegas has been postponed indefinitely because of Hanks injury Hanks manager Harry Baxter said today. Fight results . Louis a Allan Thomas 172, Chicago stopped six to Rod Risquez 176, . Anselmo Calif., 9. Hollywood Calif. A Thad Spencer 210, san Francisco knocked out Monroe Ratliff 196v2. Los Angeles 9. 1959 Mercury station Wagon wary Cloan 149500 Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Remember double amp h Green Stamps every wednesday Central super Market 517 main 2-9244 of people going places. A May is Quot tavern like every other month ifs a great time to meet friends Over a Choice drink at your favorite bar or restaurant. So step out visit the tavern of your choices enjoy a k. A round or two of partners Choice. Pm i partners Choice Only the beat is labelled Bellows Bellows i co., Louisville 8lehqe0 whiskey a 40x Kentucky straight whiskies a 60% Grain Neutral spirits a 16 proof

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