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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Al remains tight dodgers Edge closer Koufax twirls two hither bar the associated press Bill Paul a 23-year-Olddetroit Bonus baby who relies on hypnosis but defies superstition and Boston s Wand waving Frank Mal zone Are casting a spell Over the american league. Faul who pitches with the Aid a of hypnosis yet wears no. 13 on his uniform had the batters in something of a trance sunday As he checked Washington on three hits in route to a 5-1 Victory in his first major league Start. Malzone meanwhile continued to hypnotize the pitchers bringing his average up to a league leading .356 with six hits including three homers and a half dozen runs batted in As Boston held its slim grip on the top spot by splitting a doubleheader with Kansas City. Malzone right handed swinging third baseman hitting at a .462 clip in the last la games drove in five runs with pair of homers and two singles As the red sox won the opener 7-3. The a a turned the tables 9-7, in the Nightcap. The other teams All split. Baltimore edged Chicago 4-3 before the White sox won 4-3 in to innings and remained in a tie with the orioles for second place,.oi i Points behind Boston. The los Angeles Angels Defeated new York 6-2 but the Yankees came Back and took the Nightcap 10-4. Cleveland won 6-4, then lost to Minnesota 7-6, National league leading san Francisco split with Philadelphia losing 3-0 before winning 6-5, and the second place los Angeles dodgers swept a pair from the new York mets 1-0 and 4-2 in 13 innings. Chicago a cubs beat Milwaukee 3-2 but the braves took the second game 8-2. Cincinnati walloped St. Louis 10-6 and Pittsburgh blanked Houston 5-0. Faul first said during Spring training that he had been having sessions with a hypnotist. He admits the sessions have continued recently. A the suggested to me to relax out on the Mound Faul explained. It worked against the senators. Ken Retzer a two out single in the fourth inning was the Only hit until the ninth when Jim King and Marv Breeding singled against the former University of Cincinnati Star. Al Kaline homered for the tigers while Bill Bruton tied a major league record when he doubled in his first four times at Bat. Malzone a first game hitting gave Bill Monbouquette All the support he needed to even his record at 4-4 with late Relief help from dbl a Lariat Quot two run homers by George Alu Aik a Nulu in i esp Eilt a vile a a to the Nightcap Victory despite homers by Bostons Chuck Schilling and Gary Geiger. Robin Roberts pitched a five hotter for the orioles first game Victory and brought his career strikeout total to 2,002�?Only the High school baseball 15th major leaguer to reach the 2,. Pete Ward tripled in the loth inning to drive in the winning run in the Nightcap a tight struggle that saw the shutout innings Streak of Chicago a Ray Herbert ended at 38 when John Orsino homered in the third inning. A three run Homer by Albie Pearson and a two run shot by Rookie Bob Perry in the opener ended the Angels four game losing Streak and Cut off the Yankees Victory string at five. Ken Mcbride went the distance for the Triumph allowing Only seven hits. The yanks wrapped up the Sec Ond game Early bombing to Belinsky now 1-7, for eight runs in the first two innings. Clete Boyer homered for the Yankees while Leon Wagner hit his Lith for the Angels off Ralph Terry who squared his record at 4-4. Pete Ramos won the opener for the indians despite homers by Zoilo Versalles Jim Hall and Earl Battey. Ramos rapped a two run single that capped a five run fourth inning rally. Joe Adcock drove in six runs with two homers and a single for the indians in the second game but Lenny greens two run Homer in the ninth brought Minnesota its Victory. Gutty to the end Davis probably knew of approaching death mane vering difficult Gate one of the 200 entries in the White water slalom races held on the West River in Jamaica this weekend guides his Craft through the final Gate. The batsmen fought fast currents and Gusty winds to win in this Young american sport. Slalom was introduced in the . At Wilmington Del. Just to years ago. Edmunds Schooch wins at Lebanon with Bennington special West Lebanon . A Schooch Schoonmaker of Ravena ., driving the a Bennington special a won the feature race at Lebanon Valley Speedway before 5,000 fans saturday night. Schoonmaker took the Lead on the third Lap from George Henderson of East Greenbush . And led All the Way. Ralph Rufus Chittenden father of six who has been racing Only two years pressed the fast running a Bennington special All the Way but the Lincoln powered Ford was not quite enough to get by Schoonmaker and Ralph crossed the finish line three feet behind Schooch for second. Joe Rosmer of East Greenbush ., finished a Good third Joe Messina of Albany was second. This is the second year of racing for the a Bennington special and from All indications it wont be the last for the Fred Babson built Chevy. Babson the chief Mechanic had to change gears for the Slick track but came up with the right combination to win. Saturday was the fourth night of racing at Lebanon Valley Speedway and each of these nights has produced a new Winner. Saturday nights race was on a very Slick track but this proved to be no problem As All the cars finished undamaged. Qualifying races first a rebel Harris Poughkeepsie . A Schooch Schoonmaker Ravena . A link Petitt Schenectady . Second a Billy Webb East Greenbush . A Ralph Chittenden Lebanon ., Dan Dudley Pittsfield mass. Third a Nelson Grignon Troy . George Henderson East Greenbush . George Harrison Hudson . Consolation a Norm Thomas Lebanon . Hank Wells Canaan Conn. Joe Roemer East Greenbush . Feature a Schooch Schoonmaker Ralph Chittenden Joe Roemer Joe Messina link Petitt Bob Brennan Billy webbed Del Molino Stan Wetmore Dan Dudley. Salem today at Hoosick Falls . Tuesday Otter Valley at Bennington Catholic alumni Field Burr and Burton at West Rutland North Bennington at Leland Gray Arlington at Whitingham lands big Trout Frank m. Carpenter 21 trailer court Park Street Extension pulled in a new from of h and s a 3 t Pound Broan Trout from the Walloomsac River in Back of the Vermont tissue paper co. Inc. In North Bennington Sun Day at 3 . He had been fishing for about four minutes Jtb the big Trout hit his bait Carpenter starts work As an Valier at Green Mountain Park May 24. Photo Edmunds the big ten for men Only a in by f is is y six in a to Minneapolis apr the big ten Hung up the a for men Only sign on its intercollegiate athletic program Friday. Commissioner Bill Reed announced the conference athletic directors opening their Spring business meeting proclaimed a the intercollegiate athletic program should be confined to men and our teams should not compete with teams having women As considerable juror developed recently when Washington University of St. Louis began confronting Tennis rivals with talented Carol Hanks a nationally ranked player. A number of schools cancelled matches with Washington because of the feminine stars presence on the squad. Job amp a 35� 35 horsepower 2 Cylinder in line Mercury s most powerful twin new super Magneto. Power Dom combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned after and interchangeable with powerful Mere 1000. Optional electric starting Lacu. Trimmed in Chrome. Recommended for skiing fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general it Ihfe Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington c 0 01 c c c v co a it Ai a of of e id la ill stars to r Eneice i or Mon t award North Bennington the 1962 Vermont state trophy will be awarded to the no Shaft Arlington Little league All stars at the North Bennington Little league Field thursday evening prior to the first game of the season it was announced by league president Joseph Crossman today. Elks team practice the elks team of the interstate league will hold practice and tryouts tuesday at 6 . At alumni Field it was announced by manager eve Chaffin. If the game Between Bennington Catholic and Otter Valley is still in Progress the practice will be held following that game. W ins Mickey Wright of Dallas tex., was the top Money Winner in the ladies professional Golf association in both 1961 and 1962. Jamaica Canoe run Jamaica apr the men s singles title in the National White water Canoe slalom championships still belongs to Bill Bick Ham of the Penn state Outing club. Bickham retained the Crown he originally won a year ago by mastering the Field sunday at the end of the two Day event on the West River. The course was 475 Yards Long with 22 Gates. About 200 competed in t h e event which was run in conjunction with the Eastern White water kayak slalom championships. Points were awarded on the basis of total elapsed time plus penalties with Low score winning. Bickham beat runner up Tom Southworth of new York 417 Points to 518. Bickham and Barbara Bright of Washington d.c., also combined to retain the National mixed doubles Crown. Hundreds of spectators lined the Steep Banks of the River sunday and campers abounded in the towering Evergreen forests surrounding the meet area. The . Corps of engineers and Ball Mountain dam authorities released an exact flow of water to create perfect water conditions necessary for the championship course. Rescue teams were spotted along the Banks at crucial Points and a number of canoes minus their owners drifted Down the River by the finish line. The fast flowing River quickly upset those not skilled in the Art of White water slalom. Proceeds i rom the programs sold at the meet will be donated toward the support of the United states White water slalom team which will represent the . In world championships to be held at Spittal Austria aug. 10-14. The Eastern Canoe and kayak championships have been held at Jamaica since 1958. . National championships were held Here for the first time in 1960. Other champions included National women a Canoe doubles a Lee Arnold and Louise Davis appalachian Mountain club . Eastern kayak women s singles a miss Wright. Eastern kayak menus singles Heinz Penn Toronto voyageurs. Another Mira for Miami by the Ambo cited press there s another Mira where George came from. Joe Mira 16-year-old brother of the Ace University of Miami quarterback George Mira is developing at key West High school. Local observers say he s even better than his brother was at the same stage. A Joe throws a Beautiful pass both Short and Long Quot they say. A the does no to throw those bullets that George throws but his passes Are easier to handle. He also looks like he s going to be a Fine runner and he will probably be bigger than George. Joe is a half Inch Over six feet and 170-pounds, As a High school Junior. He was All conference As a High school soph although he played mostly on defense. This season he sparked the team to the top spot in the Gold coast conference standings before a shoulder separation put him out of the lineup. A it s Healing very Well Quot said Joe a and i Hope to be Back in action before the end of the then he would like to follow George to Miami. A i want to go to College and play football Quot he said a and Miami is my first chose. They Haven t talked to me yet but there is plenty of time for that. A i would like to be As Good As George. I like to think i could be. He s a great player and he uses his head which is something i Haven t Learned to do Joe s family has lived in key West for Many years and his older brother Jimmy set passing records at the High school that even George could t equal. By tops Wallingford Manchester a Dan Ouellette tossed a three hitter for Burr and Burton Friday As the bulldogs topped Wallingford 11-6 in a Marble Valley league game. By scored hard and Early aided by extra base hits a double by Bill Kapusta and a three Bagger by Smith. It was the third bulldog league win against four defeats. Burr and Burton has three games remaining on the schedule. They travel to West Rutland tuesday Host Ludlow in a make up game in Manchester on wednesday and hit the Road to Wallingford on Friday for the final game of the season. Summary Wallingford Whitman c. Rabtoy 3b Ewing of of Larson of p Nerney la Barlow is Cole a of d. Rabtoy 2b Seward a 2b totals b amp b Martinez of Bowen is Ouellette p r. Smith c Kapusta la Croft 3b Zambalis of Dooley 2b Wright Hui of e. Smith a Campney totals 2 3 3 2 27 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 1 0 2 i 0 27 2 2 2 i i i i i 0 0 0 0 la Cleveland apr close friends of Ernie Davis believe the football Star knew the end was near although he was cheerful and uncomplaining to the last. The 23-year-old Star died saturday in Lakeside Hospital 36 hours after he entered the Hospital for treatment of acute leukaemia. Before going to the Hospital Davis stopped to Chat with Arthur Modell president of the Cleveland Browns a this neck was swollen considerably and we All knew what it meant Quot Modell said. A the was coming by to say Good Bye to me and the but Davis said Only that his Throat Hurt a Little it was nothing serious and that he would be out of the Hospital in a few Days. Davis became a National hero at Syracuse University. He was the Only negro to win the heis Man trophy an Honor accorded to the nations outstanding collegiate football player. That award in 1961 and getting to meet and talk to president Kennedy were his greatest treasures. He signed a three year contract for $80,000 with the Cleveland Browns in january 1962, including a Bonus for $15,000. But the deadly blood disease sent him to a Hospital while at the All Star Camp on aug. I and he never got to play a game for the National football league club. Three months of treatment temporarily a reeled Tai Odisea be for about six months. During that period Ernie underwent a conditioning program in Hopes that he would be Able to play for the Browns. Coach Paul Brown decided however that Davis should not play. A 3 4 4 3 3 summer league Bowling starts greens Mobil h a Esso and Whitman feed store All got off o a fast Start in the menus tuesday summer Bowling league last Eek at the Bennington lanes. Menus tuesday summer league h amp w Esso a 4 Volkswagen a 0 High single a. Mullens�?226 High triple a. Mullens�?619 Heald plastic 3 Eddington a i High singled. Fisher�?215 High tripled. Fisher�?538 Manchester 5�?3 3 diamonds i High single of. Baldwin�?166 High tripled. Hogan�?460 Green s mobil�?4 kennedy�?Ts�?0 High single a. Weaver�?210 High triple a. Weaver�?580 Whitman feed�?4 Early a flying �?oa"�?0 High single a. Johnson�?205 High triple a. Johnson�?510 Happy cookers�?3 winds i High single a. Kline�?213 High triple a. Kline�?565 a walked for Dooley in 6th. Wallingford 004 020 a 6 b amp b 313 220 a a la e a Wallingford 6, b amp b 6, 2b a Kapusta 3b�?Smith. Hip a by Seward Ouellette by Lawson Zambalis. Umpires a f. Buzzaro Waite. Bennington soft Ball today tans Tor is. Union at memorial Park Carbide Davey Oil is. Be Mont at Tan Sitor Field. Parnelli Jones favored for Indianapolis 500 standings w l Green s Mobil 4 0 h amp w Esso 4 0 Whitman feed store 4 0 Happy cookers 3 i Heald plastic 3 i Manchester 5 3 i winds i 3 Eddington i 3 5 diamonds i 3 Kennedy a Plum. 0 4 Volkswagen 0 4 Early a 0 4 Connecticut to at least tie in Yangon race by the associated press the University of Connecticut has clinched at least a tie for the Yankee conference baseball championship and probably a berth in the District i Mcaa playoffs. The huskies backed into the tie clinching saturday when Vermont upset Maine for the second consecutive Day 14-11. Connecticut with a 7-2 league Mark was rained out of a Date with Rhode Island. District i selections committee chairman Earl Lorden said sunday the final Choice of four teams plus the site will be made next sunday after a Telephone Hookup conference. The dates Are May 29-june 3. The Yankee conference titlist qualifies automatically for one berth and chances Are almost overwhelmingly in favor of Connecticut getting the nod. The other non Yankee clubs under consideration Are holy Cross 7-3boston College 11-2 Providence 9-5american International 12-9 and Bridgeport 12-5. Colby and northeastern also were considered but examinations will Rule them out Lorden said. The District i playoff Winner advances to the Mcaa finals at Omaha neb., starting june to. Indianapolis apr it will be the Field against Parnelli Jones in the 47th running of the $450,000 500-mlle Auto race May 30 at the Indianapolis motor Speedway. Jones won the pole position for the second straight year with a record 10-mile qualifying run at 151-153 Miles per hour saturday and it stood up through the second session of Trail sunday. The Torrance calif., Driver used the same offenhauser powered Agajanian special he piloted last year with $11,000 Worth of improvements. Only 18 cars were qualified Over a weekend of Gusty winds that made the speedsters difficult to third straight track title for Maine by the associated press Maine has won its third straight Yankee conference title . Turned Back Bowdoin in the Eastern intercollegiate and Yale edged Harvard on the new England track and Field scene. Baron Hickey won both hurdles events for Maine which beat runner up Massachusetts 79 Points to 55 v2 saturday. Rhode Island had 5ov2, Connecticut 27, Vermont 12 and new Hampshire i. Bowdoin s Bruce Frost won three weight events two of them in meet record efforts but could not offset .�?Ts Superior balance in the Eastern to which tech played Host. Jim Flink rang up 17 Points to Frost s 24 by winning the two dashes and placing fifth in the High hurdles. Jim Keefe of Central Connecticut won both the mile and two mile. . Posted 64 Points to Bow doing a 52. Defending Champion Bates wound up with 42 v2 followed by Worcester tech 42, Trinity 35, Central Conn. 21 Vic Tufts 17, Williams 16, Brandeis 9, Colby 4 and Southern Conn. I. Yale a Wendell Mottley from Trinidad edged Crimson Anchor Man John Ogden on the final Lap of the last race the one mile relay for the elis�?T76-73 dual meet Squeaker Over Harvard sunday at new Haven Conn. The Competition was postponed saturday because of rain. Golf teams vie today at Equinox Manchester a a return Golf match is scheduled for this afternoon among the Scholastic teams of Bennington High school Bennington Catholic High school Burr and Burton Seminary and Springfield High school to be played at the it. Equinox country club. At the first meeting of the schools several weeks ago at the it. Anthony country club in Bennington chs and Springfield ended up in a tie. Handle on the turns. Fifteen positions will be open for the last two trials sessions next saturday and sunday. In spite of the wind Drivers cracked All of the qualifying records excepting those for straight eights front drives and diesels none of which have been raced at the Speedway for years. Jim Hurtubise of North Tonawanda ., set a record of 150,-250 for supercharged v-8s in a new version of the powerful Novi. Scot Jim Clark set another of 149,750 both for a blown v-8s and for rear engine cars in a Lotus Ford. Drivers Gene Hartley of Indianapolis who had started to memorial Day races and Jack Turner of Seattle Veteran of six announced sunday they were retiring after Turner crashed on the main stretch for the third straight year. Turner suffered Burns and a possibly cracked vertebrae when his car rolled Over four times. The injuries were the worst he had suffered in three wrecks. You eel Al i service bonking with red carpet service Quot at the Vermont Bank and Trust co. A Hows Faus Chism of tattle Roro rut i Ano Bennington the Browns paid him a salary and All the Hospital and medical Bills believed to be about $10,-000. Funeral services will be conducted in his Home town of Elmira ., wednesday at2p.nu, in the monumental Baptist Church with interment in Woodlawn cemetery in that City. Davis born in new Salem pa., dec. 14, 1939, said recently he did no to consider himself unlucky. A i have had More than most people get in a lifetime Quot he wrote in a recent Magazine article. A i think everybody wants some kind or recognition something that will pick them out of a crowd and make people Admire Ernie Davis foundation for leukaemia by the associated press Ernie Davis will fight another Battle against the deadly blood disease that took his life through the Ernie Davis foundation for leukaemia research. Arthur b. Modell president of the Cleveland Browns announced a few hours after the 23-year-old Davis death saturday that the club will make a substantial contribution to Start us h a project. Davis All american halfback at Syracuse University and tin nation s greatest collegiate football player of 1961, passed away peacefully at Lakeside Hospital after a 13-month fight against acute leukaemia. The body of the Only negro Ever to win the Heisman trophy As College football s outstanding player was shipped to his Home town of Elmira . Funeral services will be conducted there wednesday in the monumental Baptist Church. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Beginning at to . Tomorrow the body will lie in state at the neighbourhood House where Davis played basketball in his pre High school years. Davis was signed to a three year contract for $80,000 including a $15,000 Bonus by the Browns. But he was felled by the blood ailment last july at the College All Star Camp and never played a game in the National football league. A courage is a corny word in sports Quot said Modell. A but Ernie had More courage than anybody in be Ever met and it Wasny to corny at All in his Case. It will be a Long time before we see a boy like Ernie Davis Modell said that Davis Mother mrs. Arthur Radford has asked that instead of Flowers contributions should be sent to Western Reserve University hospitals in Cleveland for its leukaemia research projects. 1958 Cadillac sed Deville 2 tone Blue $1795�� 1957 Plymouth Savoy 4 dr., v-8, stand. Trans. S595 we a Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington Jantzen Jantzen swim suits menus ladies Adams clothes shop Quot shoes too Orff parking in far of Storf

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