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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 24, 1966, Bennington, Vermont S manner tuesday May 21, 1966 Ivy league Loaches blast to nuisance Falmouth mass. Up a the Ivy league s eight football coaches have unanimously placed themselves on record against a a interference by television in their football games. Pennsylvania coach Bob o Dell said monday night the coaches were unanimous in opposing the a a imposition of television cameras into Ivy league dressing rooms during halftime. He said the eight coaches also opposed allowing television directors the right to Call time out during games. A we feel they should not take time out during the games when they can have an affect on a team s drive a he said. A coaching to us is very serious. A we put a year s work into nine saturdays and we Don t believe the to people should have the right to interrupt our games a he said. Ill la i i inns i i Iii Hilf to Manchester a Bennington High school placed third in a four school Golf match at the Kwan of country club monday. Springfield High was first in match play with la 12 Points followed by Burr and Burton with 812. Beni scored 6v2 and Bellows Falls brought up the rear with 3va. Low Man Over the nine holes was Bill Todd of Springfield at 38. Benld a Dave Wilkenson placed third with 42. Other members of the Beni team were Bruce Cooper Mike Derosia Ted Bytensky and Neil Lachant. The Golf team travels to Brandon thursday for a match with Otter Valley High Middlebury High and fair Haven Union. Fair Haven i sets bus fair Haven a fair Haven High picked up one run in the Bottom of the seventh to break out on the Happy Side of a tie and upset Burr and Burton Seminary 13-12 monday. Fair Haven socked three bulldog pitchers for 14 hits with Brian James batting three for four. James hit in the seventh broke the 12-12 tie. 1 Burr and Burton collected seven runs in the fourth inning and at that Point led 8-4. But the a slaters came Back with four rims in each of the next two innings. Jim Fleming led bulldog batsmen with three hits in four trips to the plate. Phil Zandy was two for four. Mike Bentley who came in to pitch for bus in the fifth was Given the loss. A the did no to deserve the loss a coach Carl Rice of Burr and Burton said. A the pitched a Good the bulldogs play Chester at Home today at 3 . Bus 010 700 4 12 8 i fun 040 440 i a 13 14 la Taft Pecor 4bentley 5 and Wasklewicz Blackbird Howard 7and James. The Ivy league coaches holding their annual Spring meeting joined big ten pilots who filed a similar objection last year to television s a interference and list of College games. Brown coach John Mclaughry said the Ivy league coaches Are a against it but unfortunately we Don t have anything to say about up to the athletic the coaches agreed defending Ivy league Champion Dartmouth will be the team to beat this fall but gave Princeton and Harvard a Good Chance to unseat the big Green. Brown Columbia Cornell Penn and Yale were rated improved. Stadium thinners task state help Boston up a the Boston stadium authority is expected to file legislation within the next two Days asking the state to pledge its credit for a $97 million Bond Issue to construct a retractable dome sports Palace. Senate president Maurice a. Donahue a Holyoke and House speaker John f. X. Davoren a Milford indicated monday they feel the proposed stadium Arena garage Complex will receive Senate approval. But the legislative leaders indicated they will want some specific answers to several key questions before giving the measure their support. A a in a the last person that would want to throw cold water on the thing a Donahue said a but i have a i want to be positive that All four teams red sox Bruins celtics and patriots Are definitely going to be tenants in the stadium a Donahue said. A i could t very Well put myself in favor of something that would turn out to be a Monument if one of these teams pulled out a he added. Davoren said he was personally a totally behind the concept of the stadium. A i think we need it a he said. But he indicated that the House will want to be sure the stadium proposal is a a Good piece of legislation before approving it. Koufax wins seventh game and boosts la into third by Curt Block up sports writer the dodgers were embarrassed a few decades Back for having three men on one base. Now the Pittsburgh pirates have one upped them. The original mad scene took place in Brooklyn when three dodger base runners piled into third base and everyone in sight was tagged out. Pittsburgh a hangup occurred in the ninth inning at dodger stadium monday night and it Cost them the game 3-2. Pittsburgh Relief Pitcher Pete Mikkelsen was one out away from sending the game into extra innings but Johnny Roseboro cracked a double to right and Derrell Griffith was lilt in Lea fill e m sets in a tin fit on Arlington a a no Shaft Arlington Little league meeting is scheduled for tonight at 8 15 at Fisher elementary school. All Little league and minor league managers or anyone interested in being a minor league manager interested parents or anyone else who would like to participate in Little league pro Gram Are invited. Sent in As a punch hotter for John Kennedy. Griffith topped a pitch Down the first base line and everyone Mikkelsen first baseman Donn Clendenon and Reserve Catcher Jerry May went after it. Mikkelsen finally grabbed it near the line but missed the tag on Griffith. He flipped to second baseman Bill Mazeroski covering first but it was too late. Maz readied himself for a throw to the plate but no one was there to receive it. May along with Clendenon and Mikkelsen wound up closer to first than Home and Roseboro crossed the unguarded plate with the run that gave Sandy Koufax his seventh win against one loss and fourth consecutive Complete game. In other major league action Atlanta downed Cincinnati 6-4 Philadelphia shut out Houston 9-0 and in the Only american league game Kansas City trimmed Washington 5-3 in 12 innings. The Victory boosted los Angeles into third place four games behind Idle san Francisco and Only a half game in Back of second place Houston. It was not a masterpiece by Koufax standards. The 30-year-old Lethander struck out Only seven pirates and gave up second place nationally members of the Bennington Myca Rifle club which placed second in the 1966 Myca nationwide postal match prepare to head for the Range with coach Rudolph Woodcock. Front Row from left. Peter Comar and William Harmon. Back Row William Tudor coach Woodcock and Stephen Cleveland. A fifth member of the club Rita Walker was not present for the picture. Myca Rifle club wins second in National match draft Board can it Ait Day to v Isit Cairo players Sippi new Vork up a Steve Thurlow and Ernie Koy of the new York giants signed their 1966 contracts monday Thurlow was one of the players reportedly contacted last week by the san Diego chargers who inquired if he was interested in playing out his option with new York. The Bennington Myca Junior Rifle club made up of members of the Beni Rifle team placed second in the 1966 National Rifle association Myca Junior postal match. The team shot for a score of 720 Points and was edged by a Milwaukee club at 723. Members of the team were Rita Walker Stephen Cleveland Peter Comar William Tudor and William Harmon. The Bennington team competed against 51 other clubs from All Over the country. Teams shot in late March and called scores to the Era Headquarters for ranking. Rita Walker was the Vermont individual Winner with 184 Points. Laperriere wins nil defense trophy Montreal up a Jacques Laperriere of the Montral canadians has become to e fifth player to win the James Norris memorial Rcv Phy awarded by the National hockey league annually to the bes1, defens Eman. Major league standings a Erk an be Agi i w. L. Pct. Go Cleveland 22 9 .710 a a a Detroit 20 12 .625 2v2 Baltimore 19 14 .576 4 Minnesota 16 15 .516 6 California 18 17 .514 6 Chicago 15 17 .469 71 2 new York 15 19 .441 81 2 Boston 13 21 .382 io1 2 Kansas City 12 21 .364 la monday s results ran. City 5 Wash. 3, 12 Only game scheduled wednesday s games inns. Baltimore Cleveland ran. City California Minnesota at Chicago night at Detroit night at Washington night at new York night at Boston night National be Agu w. L. San fran 25 13 Houston 21 16 los Angeles 21 17 Philadelphia 18 15 Pittsburgh 18 16 Cincinnati 16 17 Atlanta 19 21 new York 13 16 St. Louis 14 19 Chicago 9 24 mondays results Atlanta 6 Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 9 Houston 0 los Angeles 3 Pittsburgh 2 Only games scheduled wednesday s games Atlanta at Cincinnati night Chicago at St. Louis night new York at Houston night Philadelphia at los ang., night Pittsburgh at san Francisco pct. Go .658 a a a .568 3v2 .553 4 .545 4v2 .529 5 .485 6v2 .475 7 .448 71/2 .424 81/2 .273 131/2 it is also the eighth time a Montreal Canadien has won the award since its inception in 1953-54. Doug Harvey former canadians a All Star won the trophy four successive seasons from 1954-55 through 1957-58 and again in 1959-60 and 1960-61 before going to new York rangers and winning it again for a seventh time in 1961-62. Tom Johnson also with canadians won the award in 1958-59. Red Kelly of Detroit red wings was the original Winner while Pierre Pilote of Chicago Black Hawks runner up to Laperriere in this seasons voting was the recipient in each of the three previous seasons. In the results of the voting announced today by the nil Laperriere gained 89 points�?62 in the poll at the Midway Point of the 1965-66 season when he led the voting and 27 in the second half poll. Pilote collected 54 Points while another Hawk defens Eman Pat Stapleton led the second half voting with 40 Points after failing to draw a vote in the first half. Stapleton finished third in the Overall tabulations. She placed Lith in the National ranking by score. All members of the team placed in the top 20 individually. Their scores and rankings were 14. Cleveland 181 16. Comar 181 17. Tudor 181 20. Har Mon 180. Hoosiers defeat erring Stillwater Hoosick Falls a Hoosick Falls High matched every Stillwater error with a run monday to come up with a 12-7 win in Washington county league play. The hoosiers scored somewhat symmetrically a four runs in the first and six and two runs in the second and fifth. Three hits and four Stillwater errors put Hoosick Falls on the scoreboard in the first. The final four runs came on one single seven errors and numerous pass balls. Rick Dowling Steve Taber and Ray Morin had two hits each for Hoosick Falls. Dowling and Taber had a single and a triple and Morin had a single and a double. Pat Young teamed up with Bob Scott to hold Stillwater to two hits. Sophomore Ace Young started the game and came Back to the Mound in the sixth to wrap things up. The game was called at the end of six innings. Robert Walker who is Rita s brother and a 1965 graduate of Beni fired independently in the postal match and placed second in the National ranking with a score of 190. He is now enrolled in the University of Vermont. The Myca team is composed of the same sharpshooters who won the Vermont state Rifle championships for Beni in april. Beni biology teacher Rudolph Woodcock who the team during the High school Rifle season helped the team during the Myca match. John Riddle of Bennington also assisted. London up a world heavyweight Champion Cassius Clay said today he has received a a special invitation to visit the United Arab Republic . And plans to leave for Cairo this afternoon. Clay who successfully defended his title saturday against British challenger Henry Cooper was originally scheduled to return to Newyl Ork today. But while breakfasting he told United press International that he had changed his mind and would Fly to the egyptian capital by a special Clay must also consider opponents for his next bout. A i want to be a fighting Champion a said Clay who Hopes to defend his title again within the next few months if the . Army obliges. High on the list of challengers Are German heavyweight Champ Karl Mildenberger and Doug Jones who lost a controversial decision to Clay in new Yorkus Madison Square Garden in March 1963. Mildenberger a chances for a title shot seem dim however because of the champs a very High monetary Clay would like to meet Jones to Settle any dispute about his new York Victory. Hoosac spiders heat Cornwall Hoosick Falls a Hoosac school track team Defeated second place Cornwall 55-43 saturday to win the Taconic conference championship for the third straight year. In other activities during the schools alumni weekend Hoosac base Baller downed Rockwood 4-2. And in Tennis Hoosac won two of three matches Over Cornwall Academy of great Barrington. John of Neill set a new Hoosac school record in the High jump by Clearing five feet eight inches. Eight hits. The dodgers had Given him a 2-0 Lead on a third inning single by Kennedy a double by Maury wills and Wes Parker s sacrifice Fly. A sixth inning Home run by Ron fairly accounted for the second run. The pirates came Back to tie the game in the eighth inning when Bob Bailey and Manny Mota singled and Gene Alley doubled for Pittsburgh s Only extra base hit. Joe Torre drove in three runs with his Lith Home run and a bases loaded double to help the braves rally from a 4-1 deficit. His two Bagger off Cincinnati reliever Don Nottebart capped a four run uprising in the sixth and offset a four run outburst by the reds the inning before. Hank Fischer worked the first six innings and earned his second Victory in four decisions. Sammy Ellis the reds starter was charged with his sixth loss against two wins. Larry Jackson stopped the astros on three hits and was backed by an 11-hit Philadelphia attack that included a three run Homer by Doug Clemens. The phils scored four runs in both the second and sixth innings and a single run in the ninth. Naming horses getting harder Saratoga Springs a because of the Large number of standards reds racing these Days finding an appropriate name for a horse is becoming More and More difficult. Certain rules Are set up and enforced by the United states trotting association with regard to the naming of horses. The rules Are effective safeguards in helping the horsemen and Public alike to avoid confusion Between the various steeds. Names for proposed registrations Are limited to sixteen letters not More than three words. Names of horses that were previously registered and Are still Active cannot be used nor can the name of an outstanding horse be used again. An owner is forbidden to Register a horse if the spelling or punctuation is similar to a name already in use and the names of living persons will not be used unless written permission for use of the name is filed with the application for registration. The . T. A. Also reserves the right to refuse any name indicating a family or Strain which May be misleading. Stillwater of 102 220�? 7 420 024 a 12 12 4 Whalan Dalzell Cassier 6 and Marshall Young Scott 4young 6 and Cipperley. Theft Kings Cincinnati up a the National league Headquarters announced monday that the duo of Maury wills of los Angeles and Lou Brock of St. Louis last season combined to break the major league base stealing record. Wills total of 94 stolen bases and Brocks 63 added up to 157 thefts six More than the combination of Clvde Milan of Washington 88 and Eddie Collins of the Philadelphia athletics 63 in 1912. Derby Day on the North St. Bridge a these Are some of the 80 Young fishermen who gathered at the North St. Bridge on paran Creek in North Bennington saturday for the annual George w. Johnson memorial fishing Derby. Prizes for the Derby were donated by the no Shaft Lions club Francis and Dorothy Elwell of the Village store in North Bennington and the Kellogg co. The Vermont state fish hatchery in Bennington provided Trout especially for the occasion. Bow wee fishermen frolic at Derby league leaders National league g. A. R. H. Alou. Pitt 30 113 17 40 Morgn Hou 37 136 21 47 Mccoy of 31 90 13 31 Hunt by 28 103 23 35 1 Hart of 38 142 32 48pinson can 33 129 12 40 flood St 33 129 13 40 1 Fuents of 26 97 12 30 i Clonte pit 34 145 16 44 i Jones by 25 89 15 27 pct. .354 .346 .344 .340 .338 .310 .310 .309 .303 .303 american league g. A. R. H. Pct. F Oliva Minn 30 115 21 43 .374 r , bal 33 120 27 41 .342 i , bal 33 139 18 46 .331 r Vontine was 35 136 26 44 .324 i Kaline det 24 85 15 27 .318 i Rchrd Cal 35 125 23 39 .312 i Yamski bos 34 134 23 41 .306 i Scott bos 34 129 17 39 .302 r Mcaffe det 26 90 12 27 .300 amp Wert det 32 115 12 34 .296 Home runs National league Aaron braves 15 Hart giants and Torre braves la May giants to Alou braves and Lefebvre dodgers 9. American league Scott red sox and Reichardt Angels la f. Robinson orioles to Blefary orioles and Oliva. Twins 9. Runs batted in National league Aaron. Braves 32 Wynn astros 27 Hart giants 25 Mays. Giants 24 Torre braves 23. American league b. Robinson orioles 34 Scott red sox 27 Oliva twins 25 Reichardt Angels 24 Yastrzemski red sox 23. Pitching National league Marichal giants 8-0 Maloney reds and Knowles Phillies 4-0 Cuellar astros and Priddy giants 3-0. American league of Donoghue indians 4-0 Larro White sox 3-0 Mclain tigers 71 Watt orioles Sanford Angels and Mcdowell indians 4-1. By Elizabeth Dwyer North Bennington a except for a couple of Hundred Trout two Large suckers and one curious dog everyone concerned had a perfectly wonderful time at the annual George w. Johnson memorial fishing Derby held Here saturday near the North St. Bridge on paran Creek. Promptly at i . The 81 youngsters who registered for the Derby cast their lines into the Stream or into surrounding Trees and an hour later most of the anglers were Back to report their catch. Top Fisherman of the Day was Kenneth Galusha of East Road Shaftsbury who captured the longest fish to 1-8 inches he was followed by three Young anglers with Trout 97/b inches and they were Bruce Carroll Faye legacy and Leslie Ester. First to return with the four Trout limit was Richie Herrington followed by Tom Calabro Deborah Johnson Christopher Smith and Jeffrey Rogers. Prizes went to these anglers and also to the youngest girl Mary Johnson and the youngest boy Gary Frost. The latter is two years old and came dressed As Batman. He did t capture Many Trout but he must have Given some of them quite a scare. The fishing Derby held Here every Spring for the past 15 years is named for the late George w. Johnson a local sportsman who founded the Junior Rod and gun club in the area and devoted a great Deal of time to teaching youngsters about the Woods and streams. Among the onlookers were his wife mrs. Claudia Johnson his son and daughter a and his grandchildren were happily engaged in the fishing. Prizes for the Junior Isaac w Altos were a joint donation of the no Shaft Lions club and Francis and Dorothy Elwell of the Village store Here. Small plastic cars received by each of the children were the gift of the Kellogg co. Through their representative Richard Badger. The Derby was supervised by Jim Bow who confesses a fondness for children and fishing a and his efforts on their behalf have made the annual fishing Derby a pleasant tradition. Registrar was mrs. Royal Crosier and the judge who had to make All those decisions on the exact length of the fish was Sim Crosier. As for the unhappy dog mentioned in the beginning he came to the Derby without a pole and fell afoul first of a Large yellow cat that chased him off. He returned shortly and promptly stepped on a fish Hook that someone had dropped. First Aid was applied so even his part of the Story had a Happy ending. The Trout that made the whole thing possible were stocked by personnel of the Vermont state fish hatchery in Bennington through the cooperation of the manager Bob Kier and the fish and game department supervisor Bob Collins. For the graduate Commodore portable typewriter special w si.50 weekly full size keyboard deluxe carrying Case lightweight visual margin Fienberg 447 main St. Bennington it. We Civ 7 North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont Brookside ice Cream All flavors �?T2 Gal. Container

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