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Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 20 1963, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Green it. Air service a amp a Pownal it. A Green Mountain Park Vermont a first parimutuel race track scored another first today with the announcement by track president Lou Smith that air service to the track had been made available to the Public. Smith a Veteran of Over 30 years in the sport of racing announced a we have contacted one of the finest private air services in the Section to service our Park 11 the service contacted is the Mohawk Valley charter service owned by George West of North Adams who operates the North Adams Airport a scant five Miles from the race track site. Mohawk can boast of a Fine Fleet of both single and twin engined aircraft of the most modern design equipped to carry up to six passengers. It is the aim of the service to provide rapid transportation from North Adams or into North Adams from every major Airport in new England. New York and new Jersey. This will be a Dally service which will enable patrons to Fly from any of the major cities in the Section and return without having to lose any time. Patrons arriving at the North Adams Airport will be provided with limousine service both to the track and return to the Airport. Thus Green Mountain Park designed with the Comfort and relaxation of the patrons As its initial consideration takes a Forward step in establishing this Multi million Dollar racing facility As the finest of its size in the entire nation. Hinsdale racing entries first race a Trot class a i mile $500. I. Nero Hanover f. Devizzio 2. Or. Kildare r. Ryan 3. Tarry a Debbie p. Phetteplace 4. Tue Fie bean c. Somerville 5. Billy Laird i. Foster 6. Darn it j. Siewierski 7. Marl Gantle w. Harp 8. Winged Volo h. Harp. A waylay song m. Robinson Marty Moraka w. Sutherland or. Second race Pace class a i mile $500. I. Proud Princess i. Foster 2. Mountain Roan a 3. Ginger glow away r. Copeland 4. Black Andy p. Constantino 5. Newsom Rose Croft j. Winters 6. White Likely m. Cole 7. Tops Lybrook v. Cushane 8. Indico Star h. Harp. A Katherine Van t. Prisco Evergreen Blossom a. Nason. Third race Trot class a i mile $500. I. Clemys Pride p. Plante or. 2. Shady Dale Nuggett Gagne 3. Pokey Dillon r. Cornellier 4. Robin Maple Croft j. Siewierski 5. Jinks Worthington m. Beckwith 6. Harley a Choice r. Copeland 7. Steamboat Bill i. Foster 8. Esquires sea Bee r. Pease. A Annas Way w. Blake always mine p. Lynaugh. Fourth race Pace class a i mile $500. I. K. C. Tiger e. Gilman 2. Dauntless Wick w. Collins 3. Dawn mite Gagne 4. Chandler Hanover b. Patterson 5. Indian sue w. Faucher 6. Raytown w. Pillsbury 7. Foxie Spangler m. Robinson 8. Gay Beau f. Col Bath. Fifth race Trot class c3, i mile $600. I. Country style a. Wilsey or. Salem a has the lowest everyday prices in Benn. Tiny la pkg 1 la a giant in 78 sugar 5 is bag 68 Salem a Market in 3��?os1.00 tuesday Only Rath sausage sliced pineapple 4c-m.00 Pride of the farm icon so Flo canned tomatoes _ Jav Jujj Borden instant Coffee Jjo Rov Madko its Central Marcet minor league standings International league sunday s results Indianapolis 6-2, Toronto 4-1, Arkansas 1-2, Jacksonville 0-5 Buffalo 13-1, Rochester 4-6 Richmond la Atlanta i Syracuse la Columbus 4 saturday s results Atlanta 2, Richmond i Toronto 5, Indianapolis 0 Buffalo to Rochester 5 Syracuse to Columbus 6 Arkansas at Jacksonville Ppd. Pacific coast league sunday s results Seattle 5-4, san Diego 0-5 second 12 innings Tacoma 11-4, Portland 7-2 Dallas fort Worth 6-4, sail Lake City 4-1 Hawaii 8-2, Spokane 2-4 Denver at Oklahoma City Ppd saturday s results Denver 10-3, Oklahoma City 1-2 Dallas fort Worth 6, Salt Lake City 5 Portland 3, Tacoma i Spokane 7, Hawaii 2 san Diego 5, Seattle i Bowling base Baller St. Louis up a Don Carter of St. Louis has been named Quot Bowler of the year Quot six times. Botox fling to first place in Al a Malzone takes batting Lead Bennington banne.-, monday May 20, 1963-7 Boston apr Frank Malzone is off to his Best Start at the plate which is one Good reason the red sox Are still clinging to first place in the american league today. The Veteran third baseman heading the batting race by one Point Over Wayne Causey of Kansas City .356 to .355, personally swatted Boston to a 7-3 Triumph Over the athletics in sunday s first game. The a s won the Nightcap 9-7 but because Chicago and Baltimore split their twin Bill the sox hold a Oil margin Over both. Minnesota invades Fenway Park tonight with Ace Camilo Pascual slated to pitch against Earl Wilson. Malzone had a perfect first game sunday totalling five runs batted in via two homers and a pair of singles. For the double header he connected six times in nine trips Worth six rib. Frank now has hit safely in nine of his last to games hitting 462 in the stretch with 18 hits 13 rib and nine runs scored. A live never hit this Well Over the first month and a half Quot Malzone said afterwards Quot however i did get up to .326 around All Star game time in my first fun Malzone wound up with .292 in that 1957 Campaign and never has hit for a higher season s Mark than .295. Quot maybe in a off to a Good Start because in a not trying to pull everything a Malzone said. Quot i m going to right Field More this season. They always pitch away from me in Fenway. Quot i m feeling Good and i m seeing the Ball Wen which gives a Batter More Confidence. Quot i just Hope i can keep it Malzone recalled his greatest single game was two years ago in Cleveland when he went 5-for-5 including two homers and drove across six runs. Quot Malzone is a lot More valuable to this club than most people realize Quot said manager Johnny Pesky. Quot he a a 33-year-old Veteran a wonderful family Man a levelheaded Guy who never pops off. The younger players on our club look up to him. He s the perfect blend for our club a steadying influence on younger Carl Yastrzemski singled and de Bressoud doubled for the other Boston runs in the opener won by Bill Monbouquette with late Relief from Dick Radatz who also worked effectively at the end of the Nightcap. George Alusik tagged a two run double and Gino cd Moll a run producing single for the a a. Kansas City fell on Gene Conley for five runs in the second inning of the Nightcap via four singles two walks and a Force. Rookie Bill Bryan singled for one run while Causey and Bobby Del Greco batted across two each. Alusik and de Charles rapped two run homers off Arnold Earley 2. Calumet a Hazel l. Drayton 3. Roman Sheba Harp or. 4. Purdue Laddie r. Copeland 5. Cyclone Hanover e. Gilman 6. Everett Scott c. Mccarthy or. 7. Happ Elisa i. Berg 8. Borderline m. Beckwith. A or. Berry key r. Kellogg Volarie p. Plante or. Sixth race Pace class c3, i mile $600. I. Fritzie Hal a. Nason 2. Licorie j. Kolibab 3. Crump tonian i. Foster 4. Eva g., m. Robinson 5. Trusty Prince a Hogan 6. Whisby Pete r. Pease 7. Vicky to r. Cornellier 8. Frisky Jon c. Burgoyne. A Marshall Meldoy i. Berg scotch Eagle a Robinson. Seventh race Pace class c3, i mile $600. I. Jody direct r. Copeland 2. Hasty Fingo p. Lynaugh 3. Rebel land Peter a. Sheehy or. 4. Allan gallon p. Battis 5. Miss stymie a. Day 6. Leonid a Hogan 7. Peachy Spangler l. Ellis 8. Symbol inn r. Kellogg. A Susan Reward m. Robinson. Eight race Pace class c2, i mile $700. I. Broken sword a Harp or. 2. Jericho Judy f. Pike 3. Little Annabelle h. Harp 4. Gumshoe w. Faucher 5. Lena Faber i. Foster 6. Bonette p. Battis 7. Battle Goose c. Day 8. Brindle lass n. Laraia. A Vicky Adair m. Beckwith Crafty k., m. Robinson. Ninth race Pace class a i mile $500. I. Rusty Royal b. Pike 2. Adi Pola Yates w. Collins 3. Prince e. Lee w. Chapdelaine 4. Woodlawn Jerry i. Foster 5. Gait Way Vivian b. Patterson 6. Miss Aroostook r. Ryan 7. Star Royal f. Pike 8. Linda a Knight r. Mcnally. American league batting 75 at bats a Malzone Boston .356 Causey Kansas City .355. Runs a Allison Minnesota 25 Hinton Washington 24. Runs batted in Wagner los Angeles 30 Nicholson Chicago and Allison Minnesota 29. Hits Wagner los Angeles 50 Schilling Boston 46. Doubles a Robinson Chicago and Versalles Minnesota la. Triples a Clinton Boston and Hinton Washington 5. Home runs Wagner los Angeles la Allison Minnesota 9. Stolen bases Aparicio Baltimore la Charles Kansas City 7. Pitching five decisions a Fischer Kansas City 6-0,1.000 Herbert Chicago 5-1, .833. Strikeouts a Barber Baltimore 61 Cheney Washington 56. National league batting 75 at bats a coving ton Philadelphia .360 Groat St. Louis .348. Runs a Aaron Milwaukee 35 flood St. Louis 32. Runs batted in Aaron Milwaukee 34 Boyer St. Louis 30. Hits Groat St. Louis 56 Aaron Milwaukee 50. Doubles Cepeda san Francisco la Santo Chicago Cardenas Cincinnati and f. Alou san Francisco to. Triples a Williams Chicago Cardenas Cincinnati and Skinner Pittsburgh 4. Home runs Aaron Milwaukee 13 Covington Philadelphia and f. Alou san Francisco 8. Stolen bases wills los Angeles la Brock Chicago 9. Pitching five decisions a of Dell san Francisco 5-0,1.000 Koufax and Perranoski los Angeles 6-1, .857. Strikeouts Koufax los Angeles 59 Drysdale los Angeles 58. Hard of hearing Here a Good news i acoustic Ian offers. To attachment to the hard of hearing As a Public service this attachment is being offered to the hard of hearing our cont for the hard of hearing hear to much clearer you will certainly Welcome this marvelous attachment for your to set this is a $4.95 value we would prefer for purely Goodwill and economic reasons that Only the hard of hearing order this attachment. The Supply is limited. Write visit or phone office listed below for your to attachment. Acoustic on of Albany phones to 3-8821 to 3-8154 Iso state Street Albany new York office hours Mon. Thru Fri. 9 to 5 sat. 9 to i . Division of general hearing aids inc. Hannington consultant Earl e. James k a mkt m prof. Tot Nin Ina a chm clip s Dottle into in Sal by path aka brim Matril spirits v. A Ilmy 111, inc Haiti Mil. Dist Batik by Matin Al its Killiri play acts Caa Paay. In the fifth. Boston which scored twice in the opening Frame on a Malzone single and a la Clinton grounder saw Clinton single for a run in the fifth after Chuck Schilling and Gary Geiger hit Solo homers. Clinton tripled and scored on an error in the fourth. Pinch a hitter roman Mejias knocked in the final run on a sacrifice Fly. 0weekend fights new York Joey Archer 161, new York out pointed Victor Zal Azar 161, Argentina to. Manila de Jofre 1173/4, Brand stopped Johnny Jamito ii7v2, Philippines 12. Jofre retained world bantamweight title. Battle Creek Mich. A George Cuvalo 212, Toronto knocked out Lloyd Washington 205, Buffalo n.y., 2. Sydney Les Sprague 137v2, Halifax out pointed Tyrone Gardiner 137v2, Sydney River 12. Mexico City a Francisco Canelo 136, Mexico out pointed Manolo Mora 131, Cuba to. American league National league w. L. Pct. . W. L. Pct. . Boston 19 13 .594 a san fran. 24 15 .615 a Chicago 21 15 .583 a . 23 16 .590 i Baltimore 21 15 .583 a Chicago 19 18 .514 4 new York 18 13 .581 y2 St. Louis 20 19 .513 4 Kansas c. 20 15 .571 y2 Milwaukee 19 20 .487 5 Cleveland 15 16 .484 3v2 Pittsburgh 17 18 .486 5 . 18 22 .450 5 Cincinnati 17 18 .486 f Detroit 14 20 .412 6 Pella. 17 20 .459 i Minnesota 14 21 .400 ey2 Houston 17 22 .436 i Washington 14 24 .368 8 new York 16 23 .410 8 sundays results sundays results repeater East Lansing Mich. Up a Michigan state has won the Mcaa a Ross country team championship eight times although spar an runner has finished first Only once Crawford Kennedy 1958. Boston 7-7, Kansas City 3-9 los Angeles 6-4, new York 2-10 Cleveland 6-6, Minnesota 4-7 Baltimore 4-3, Chicago 3-4, second to innings Detroit 5, Washington i saturdays results Minnesota 8, Cleveland i Baltimore 2, Chicago i Detroit 6-5, Washington 3-7 los Angeles at new York postponed rain Kansas City at Boston postponed rain today a games Minnesota at Boston n los Angeles at Cleveland n Chicago at Washington n Detroit at Baltimore n Only games scheduled. Tuesdays games los Angeles at Cleveland n Chicago at Washington n Detroit at Baltimore n Kansas City at new York n Minnesota at Boston n Chicago 3-2, Milwaukee 2-8 Philadelphia 3-5, san Francisco 0-6 los Angeles 1-4, new York 0-2 second 13 innings Cincinnati to St. Louis 6 Pittsburgh 5, Houston 0 saturday s results new York 4, san Francisco 0 Milwaukee to Chicago 6 los Angeles 6, Pittsburgh 4 Houston 3, Philadelphia 2 Cincinnati 9, St. Louis 7 to innings night today a games Pittsburgh at Houston n Only game scheduled tuesdays games St. Louis at Chicago Cincinnati at Milwaukee n Pittsburgh at Houston n new York at los Angeles n Philadelphia at san Francisco n Ai super right Quality Cut from heavy Western Corn fed steer beef top round or cube Steuk Bumm t hmm Wmma. 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