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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8�?bennington Bonner tuesday november 26, 1963 Texas remains in first place army Navy game undecided even the Woods were silent service Academy officials in favor of playing games by the a associated press due to cancellations and postponements in respect to the memory of the late president Kennedy Only a handful of College football games were played last weekend. As a result there were few changes in the weekly associated press poll. Texas due to end its regular season thursday in its usual test with Texas a amp a remained in the no. I position As the Only major unbeaten and untied team in the nation. The final poll will be held next week. With the Fate of the army Navy game still hanging in the balance awaiting a final decision from Washington Idle Navy Clung to second place. It was considered Likely that Navy would be invited to the Cotton bowl for a new years Day game with Texas if the middies beat the cadets. Mississippi which had an open Date before saturdays final game with Mississippi state remained in the no. 3 spot. Then came Michigan state whose important big ten finale with Illinois was put off until thursday. Pittsburgh a game with Penn state was postponed to dec. 7, but the panthers held position no. 5. Pitt plays Miami Fla. Saturday night. Alabama Idle cd Academy to play West Kentucky in Tangerine bowl Orlando Fla. Apr two teams which have never appeared in the Tangerine bowl football game will meet Here dec. 28 in the 18th annual affair. Bowl officials announced monday night that the coast guard Academy of new London conn., coached by Otto Graham of Cleveland Browns Fame will oppose Western Kentucky of Bowling Green. The Kentucky team was chosen earlier. Facing resumed at Suffolk tonight Boston apr Suffolk Downs race track which originally had cancelled its night harness Rao ing meetings through wednesday announced today it will resume racing tonight. A spokesman said the tuesday night program was cancelled originally because it was assumed president John f. Kennedy would be buried in suburban Brookline tuesday. The burial was at Arlington National cemetery yesterday. Since nov. 16, moved up a Peg to no. 6 with an important game coming up saturday against Auburn. The Only big shuffle resulted in Nebraska a 29-20 Winner Over Oklahoma for the big eight title moving up to no. 7 from 10th a week ago. Oklahoma which had been no. 6, fell to no. To. Illinois waiting for the big game with Michigan state remained no. 8, followed by Auburn which Defeated Florida state 21-15. Nebraska is the Only team among the top ten to have finished its regular schedule. The top ten with first place votes in parentheses and Points on a 10-9-8 etc., basis pts. I. Texas 20 218 2. Navy 2 170 3. Mississippi 157 4. Michigan state 155 5. Pittsburgh 123 6. Alabama 118 7. Nebraska 82 8. Illinois 76 9. Auburn 74 to. Oklahoma 12 Black Hawks running wild place six on scoring list by Emil Grimm in spite of it being the last Day of the regular open Hunting season with All of the usual anxiety to fill the empty Deer tag Vermont Woods were virtually empty and strangely silent on sunday. Somehow not even the most ardent Hunter could Muster enough enthusiasm to take to the Woods. The tragic almost Unbe Lleve Able and untimely death of the president left its indelible Mark on everyone no one escaped the feeling of remorse the feeling of emptiness. In a Quick trip around the Bennington area which included Arlington and Shaftsbury Only a few Hunters were encountered. These for the most part were youngsters who perhaps were not fully aware of the seriousness of the times and of the occasion. Early in the Day several Hunters were seen coming hit of the Woods. When asked what Luck they had they answered to the effect that they could not Hunt on sunday they just could not get with it somehow. In several of the establishments where Coffee was served Hunters were gathered about and were talking Over the fateful events of the past few Days. This was unique in itself Hunters do not talk of anything Over a cup of steaming Coffee on a cold morning except Deer Hunting. Yet there was no talk of the big Buck that was sighted just Over the Ridge the futile shots at a White tall As he cleared the old chopping going a mile a minute. No talk of Hunts in years past no talk of Hunts to come. For the most part there was just silence. Even the Woods were silent. Montreal apr the Chicago Black Hawks running away with the National hockey league race and scoring goals at a season record Pace placed six men in the top ten scoring list statistics showed today. Hawks rank 1-2 in Points and 1-2-3 in goals. Bobby Hull with 31 and Stan Mikita with 30 top the Points makers and Hull 14, Mikita 13, and Kenny whar ram 12, Are the leading goal makers. The Hawks leading the league by nine Points have scored 73 goals in 19 games. At that rate they would have 269 goals for the season Topping the record 259 scored by the Montreal canadians in 1960-61. At the same Point last year the Hawks also led the league but with Only 50 goals. Chicago goalies Glenn Hall and Denis Dejordy also top the league with a goals against average of 2.11. Norwich u hockey must build offence by Jim Becker associated press sports writer Quot we All feel like we have been hit in the pit of the stomach said Navy coach Wayne Hardin. A we Haven to an inkling about playing the army coach Paul Dietzel said his team was a waiting for a the decision on whether to play the army Navy football game scheduled for saturday in Philadelphia will have to come from the Pentagon. It May come today. Officials of both service academies have said they Are in favor of playing since they feel that president Kennedy had a great interest in football and sports generally. The late pres ident attended the last two the Gator bowl. Games. However the next 30 Days have been designated As a period of mourning for the armed services. Auburn has the inside track on an Orange bowl bid bowl officials said if the tigers put up a Good show against Alabama in the final game saturday. Auburn is ranked no. 9, Alabama no. 6. J Bama is a Likely participant in the sugar bowl at new Orleans As is Mississippi. If Auburn should stumble badly against its state rival the Orange bowl sponsors May look in Pitt s direction. The panthers play Miami saturday night in their next to last game. They also have been mentioned for Michigan state went Back to work late monday to prepare for the postponed meeting with Illinois now scheduled for thanksgiving Day that will Settle the big ten title and the Rose bowl assignment but the squad showed none of its usual zest and High spirits. Quot this Wasny to a Normal Day Quot coach Duffy Daugherty said. Quot they had just come from watching the funeral of the president on Daugherty said further practice sessions would be closed to fans and newsmen As the coaches try to build up enthusiasm again for the game. Illinois delayed its workout until after burial ceremonies were ended. New England sports briefs no football conference far from being settled by Mike Rathet associated press sports writer new York apr hanging out the pro football Wash the National football league s conference races Are far from settled but one thing was settled sunday. The Detroit Lions who have held the Western conference franchise in the playoff bowl for the three years since it was inaugurated will not be playing in Miami Jan. 5. The Lions have been in All three previous games Matching the runners up in each Confer ence. They cannot finish As High As second this season but Likely will play a key role in deciding who does either Chicago or Green Bay. The one that does no to will be the Western conference Champion. The Lions meet the second place packers thanksgiving and tangle with the first place bears dec. 15 on the final Day of the regular season. Quote of the week honors go to St. Louis defensive Back Jerry Stovall. Asked if the cardinals had anticipated a fake Field goal try by the giants in the fourth period Stovall said the cards were adequately prepared for a pass. Quot in fact Quot he said Quot this is the first time i be been on a team with la safety sunday May have been the Day of decision for four nil coaches. Philadelphia s Nick Skorich May have lost his Job while losing to Washington 13-10 and dropping into the Eastern division cellar. At the same time Bill my Peak of the redskins came through with a much needed Victory. Har land Svarre of los Angeles also seems to have secured his Job with the rams beating Baltic More for their fourth Victory in the last six games. But Jack Christiansen of san Francisco watched the 49ers record drop to 2-9 after a loss to the packers and needs improvement Quick. Fop Driver s Daytona b e a c a Fla. Apr top Money of $113,570 in the 1963 Lascar racing season was collected by Fred Loren zen Elmhurst 111. Northfield a plagued by graduation losses that swept away both first and second lines hockey at Norwich University is in a building year on offence at least coach Bob Priestley reported today. His cadets will open a 19-game schedule in a match to be played Here saturday night nov. 30, against sir George Williams of Montreal. Included among the six forwards lost in june was John Kennedy a Small College standout who accounted for 53 Points last Winter. Others were Jack of Neil Dick Coe Bob Skinner Pete Hanson and Don grip. These players contributed too goals and 116 assists in a 12-9-1 Campaign. While this potent attack no longer is available last Winters Strong defense remains intact Priestley was pleased to note. On hand for net minding is Captain George Pollley of Clinton ., rated As one of the top goalies in Eastern College hockey. For work in the defense positions Norwich has three other experienced seniors fran Brennan of Arlington miss., along with two residents of Cranston ., Matt filler and Charlie Shogren. They Are backed by juniors Ken Howard of Warwick ., and John Hurynowicz of Somerville mass. Leading line candidates to replace the departed forwards include three Boston trained juniors George Kozak of Norwood Matt of Keefe of Wakefield and Bob Priestley of Melrose a Nephew of the Norwich coach. Also on hand is Junior Bill of Neil of Lake Placid Bob Ackland of Cranford,n.j., and Bruce Morse of Needham mass., Are two Sophomore Wing candidates who May prove of help along with de Galvin a Sophomore Center from Cranston The Norwich squad also includes the following juniors a Ray Duchette Lewiston Maine., defense bobs inc co Norwood ., Wing and George Handley Ogdensburg ., goalie. Sophomores a Frau Kirby Framingham mass., Wing Art Kramer Reading mass., defense and Julien Leblanc Lewiston Maine Center. Brunswick Maine apr quarterback Bob Harrington of Danvers mass., and guard Steve Ingram of Rehoboth mass., will co Captain the 1964 Bowdoin football team. Other captains elected at Bowdoin a fall sports dinner were Bert Babcock of Falmouth Maine re elected Cross country Captain and Dick Dieffenbach of Tenafly n.j., and Gerry Giesler of West baby Long As co captains of the soccer team. Mercer 60, has won the new England seniors title three times. Daniels won the . Seniors championship in 1961. Mira of Miami Topnotch quarterback says coach Texas and Nebraska Nail Down major bowl berths by Boh Green associated press sports writer most of the nations major colleges stunned and shocked by the death of the president have delayed until this weekend their football Day of decision. Only two teams Texas and Nebraska have nailed Down major bowl berths and Only Nebraska accomplished it last weekend. Still to be decided Are both teams in the Rose and sugar bowls and the visiting teams in Orange and Cotton bowls. Most were scheduled for settlement last weekend but were postponed because of the assassination of president Kennedy. The traditional clash Between army and Navy scheduled in Philadelphia saturday still is in doubt. Officials of both service institutions have expressed a desire to play however so the chances of cancellation appear to be Remote. Navy ranked second at 8 i and possessing the seasons most highly publicized player in quarterback Roger staubach is a solid favorite to make it five in a Row Over army 7-2. The middies Are considered prime candidates for the Cotton bowl to oppose top ranked Texas. The longhorns the nations Only major unbeaten untied team at 9-q, already have clinched the Host spot in the Cotton bowl. They close the regular season against old foe Texas a amp a 2-6-1. Nebraska won the big eight title its first in 23 years and clinched spot Orange bowl spot in one of the few games played saturday. The 10th a ranked huskers rolled Over no. 6 Oklahoma 29-20. The Only other member of the top ten in action was no. 9 Auburn which advanced its record to 8-1 with a 21-15 Victory Over Florida state. Auburn plays seventh ranked Alabama at Tuscaloosa saturday with both considered leading candidates for a major bowl berth. Games in fast Lansing Mich. I gifts for a Man sized Christmas i k with Matching key Tainer x in by lord Buxton get the latest Model this slim sleek cowhide set that holds every key and piece of paper a Man is Likely to carry. Every photo and card too because this convertible Billfold has a removable pass Case Black or Brown with thin push Button key Tamer $5.95 Fie Complete set. Plus tax. Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store los Angeles and Seattle All postponed from last saturday will determine the Rose bowl opponents. Michigan state ranked fourth and Illinois ranked eighth play at East Lansing thursday. Each has a 6-1-1 record. The Winner gets the big ten title and the visiting spot in the Rose bowl. The Host role will be determined saturday in the Washington Washington state and Southern California Kucla games. A Victory for Washington probably would Clinch it with a loss throwing the spot to Southern Cal providing the trojans beat Urcla. The sugar bowl is still wide open. Chief contenders appear to be Auburn Alabama Mississippi and Pitt. President furies to contribute Philadelphia apr president Johnson will join members of the Philadelphia eagles football team in contributing funds to the widow of Dallas policeman j. D. Tippit according to Pete Retzlaff president of the National football league players association. The eagles disclosed Over the weekend they will contribute part of their pay to the widow of the patrolman slain by the Man accused of murdering president John f. Kennedy. Cliff Carter one of president Johnson a aides called Retzlaff and said the chief executive wanted to join the players. Kelso horse of ear new York apr Kelso great grandson of the immortal Man o War who is bidding to eclipse his own illustrious ancestor As the most outstanding thoroughbred of All time has gained his fourth consecutive horse of the year title. The trim dark Bay 6-year-old gelding owned by mrs. Richard c. Dupont s Bohemia stables was a unanimous Choice of the 36 selectors in the poll announced today by the Dally racing form and the morning Telegraph. He also was named Best Handicap horse of the year rounding out four straight years of Topping american thoroughbred racing. By Ben Funk Miami Fla. Apr is George Mira Miami a a year ago St 11 4ubd�f0tchquarterback in of 61s teams 3-5 record this season Here s How his coach Andy Gustafson answers the question Quot despite every conceivable Handicap George has been far greater than he was in 1962. There is no doubt that he is the nations greatest passing quarterback. Quot if you done to believe it wait and see who is the no. I Choice in the National football league unquestionably any pro club would jump at the Chance to grab the 6-foot-2, 182 Pound bomber whose accurate Aerial shots have propelled him close to the top of the list among College footballs All time great passers the san Francisco 49ers reportedly have a fat contract ready for Mira of they get first Call in the nil draft. Miras individual statistics seem to support Gustafson s stand. Playing on a comparatively weak team he has completed Deer kills a Arlington reporting to the Arlington town clerk were Allan Mears Arlington sp-100, Sandgate Fraisher Mears Arlington 6-150, Sandgate Toyva Mackey Shaftsbury 8-120, Danby Henry Young jr., Arlington sp-115, Arlington Richard Stroffoleno Arlington,4-135, Arlington James m. Edgerton Arlington sp-100, Arlington Francis Guber,Cambridge,. Sp-110, Arlington Rupert Jennings jr., Cambridge ., 4-125, Arlington Francis Watkins Cambridge ., 4-130, Arlington David Carpenter Arlington sp-110, Peru Duncan Moffitt Shushan .,6-125,Sunderland Robert Lindsey Arlington sp-100, Sandgate. Aba schedule today s games san Francisco is. Cincinnati at new York los Angeles at new York Baltimore at Philadelphia wednesday s games san Francisco is. New York at Boston los Angeles at Boston Cincinnati at Baltimore St. Louis at Detroit nil schedule wednesday s game Detroit at new York Man we introduced football dead at 93 Portland Maine apr Frank Crawford who is credited with introducing football at the University of Michigan in 1891, died monday at a Portland Hospital. He was 93. 123 passes in eight games for 1,548 Yards. That s 23 More completions and 200 More Yards. In the first eight last year when Miami had compiled a 6-2 record. His percentage this season is .508, compared with .479 last season. In total offence he has 1,675 Yards against 1,465 in 1962. Biggest among Miras handicaps in his fight to repeat As an All America has been a Lack of blocking in Many games. He has made some of his most sensational throws while virtually running for his life from enemy rushers. Cambridge mass. Apr Bucknell will replace Rutgers on Harvard a 1964 football schedule according to the full slate released today. The Crimson will play seven Home games and will meet Bucknell and Massachusetts in addition to its seven regular Ivy league opponents. The schedule sept. 26 Massachusetts oct. 3 Bucknell oct. To at Columbia oct. 17 Cornell oct. 24 Dartmouth oct. 31 Penn nov. 7 at Princeton nov. 14 Brown nov. 21 Yale. South St. Paul Minn. Apr three new England College players have been Cut from the 1964 . Olympic hockey squad. Trimmed by coach Eddie Jeremiah on saturday were Center Billy Hogan of Boston College Wing Tim Taylor of Harvard and Wing Bob Smith of Boston University. The team now reduced to 22 played plays it firs exhort Tion against Colorado cof a lege e s d a y at Colorado Springs Colo. Port St. Lucie Fla. Apr or. John Mercer of Fitchburg mass., and Dexter s. Daniels of Winter Haven Are the 1963 Southern senior four Ball Golf champions. The team Defeated Dewey Bowen of Atlanta ga., and Llewellyn Smead of sea Island ga., 1-up saturday. Hanover . Apr Princeton plays at Dartmouth for the first time in their 67-year football rivalry and the indians meet Boston University and new Hampshire As new opponents according to the 1964 schedule released saturday. Dartmouth also will conclude its schedule at Penn instead of at Princeton As the indians have done for the past 18 years. By returns to the indians slate for the first time since 1930. The schedule sept. 26 at new Hampshire oct. 3 Boston University oct. To Princeton oct. 17 Brown oct. 24 at Harvard oct. 31 at Yale nov. 7 Columbia nov. 14 at Cornell nov. 21 at Penn. Brookline mass. Apr Boston patriots Center Walt Cudzik did no to have to look far for a minister to perform his marriage ceremony to Ruth Eleanore Corean. He asked a teammate end Tony Romeo. Thus the1 Rev. Anthony Romeo an ordained Baptist minister officiated yesterday As Cudzik the patriots offensive Captain married miss Corean. Matron of Honor at the Baptist Church ceremony was mrs. Nancy Cohen of Newton. Nathan Baker of Boston was Best than. Rdm4o�?Ts wife was soloist 1 Cudzik a a Purdue graduate is a resident of Chicago. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. John Corean of Oak Park 111., a Chicago suburb. Boston apr the football rivalry Between Boston College and Boston University has ended. The by by game postponed from last saturday because of president Kennedy a Assa Sinap Tion was cancelled yesterday. The game had been slated to be the series Windup because of Boston University s de emphasis of football. However officials could not agree on a Date. Boston College plays holy Cross this saturday. Had the terriers met the eagles a week later on dec. 7, it would have meant a lapse of nearly a month for the by players. Honed As a candidate for the Liberty bowl to be played in Philadelphia either dec. 21 or dec. 28. But bowl promoter Bill Dudley says Pitt Syracuse Nap by and air Force also Are among the possibilities. By 6-2, closes its season saturday at holy Cross. Enc. Terry Downes of apr Manchester. Middleweight England stopped Mike Pusateri of Dedham mass., on a fifth round tic last night the referee stopping the scheduled 10-Rounder because of two cuts on the Bay Stater s face. Downes Cut Pusateri Light heavyweight protege of former heavyweight Champion Rocky Marciano Over the left Eye in the first round. He opened a Cut on the american s left Cheek Bone in the second round. Marciano was among those at ringside in the Over the weight bout. Boston apr the Boston celtics return to work tomorrow night playing the los Angeles lakers in the first of three games in the next four Days. The Boston Garden encounter will be the Nightcap of a National basketball association doubleheader in which san Francisco meets new York in the opener. The celtics play Philadelphia in Providence rj., Friday night and return Home for a saturday night clash with the warriors. Brewer Maine apr Ricker College of Houlton Defeated Rhode Island College 85-67 last night in the opening game of the Paul Bunyan basketball tournament. Bob Hartshorn 6-feet-6, paced the winners with 22 Points. Mike Vanleesten of Rhode Island scored 20 Points. Red Kepple one of the strongest desires of a youngster who has had even a slight Brush with Bowling probably would be to bowl in one of the adult leagues. It is not a bad thought in itself but before anyone of school age and that includes College gets involved he or she should learn All the details. While Many of the league bowlers who can be seen Amy night of the week seem to be acting and getting results like an outright Amateur he is considered to be a professional. Rolling in any of the Abc sanctioned leagues could cause a youngster to forfeit any participation in school sports. Though the Cash involved varies greatly the amount makes no difference and even if the youngster subs with no share in the awards he or she becomes involved. So beware. There have been and still Are such cases locally. The mens City league has three teams fighting for first place. Bennington Brush led by John Ottaviano a 188 average is presently in a deadlock with Smokey a. Big Man for this team is Bob Townsend. Two games off the Pace Are the renegades with Bernie Murray leading the club. Empire cleaners Brothers 5 and Nyabe Are All tied for third place. Mitch Kahwajy with 169 John r. Billert 172 Larry Browe or. And Duane Bentley 165 Lead each team respectively. Other teams in the running and their current High men Are shears Wood Charles Hogan 171 Henry Plante leads Dinette top men for Spragues Are Roger White and Elmer Burgess with 172. Tuttles has Bill Kelley 172 act team Bob Hough taling 174 last but not least Cushman a Pearl Hoyt has 154. Top average Man and doing a great Secretary Job is John Ottaviano with 188. Top team awards presently Are held by smokers 1026 and 2878. Individual awards to present a John r. Billert 643 and win Beebe a 268. An interesting team in the league is the Quot Brothers 5&Quot which consists of William Billert jr., John r. Billert William Billert sr., Jim Billert and John e. Billert. Another interesting Point five bowlers Are averaging Over 180. Gerry Mattson is president. Did you know. Bowling continues to play a greater role each year in the rehabilitation of the hospitalized Veteran. The veterans administration reports Quot rolling a Ball in a line Down a wooden Lane May help a Veteran straighten out his own confused mental processes. This is part of the reasoning behind the two lanes at fort Lyon Colo., Hospital. The rest of the reasoning can be summed up thus ifs Good exercise it prepares the Veteran patient for his life outside after release and not least ifs a lot of some 95 of the 179 hospitals currently have regular year a round Bowling activities. Alley dust Rog Raymond had a 235-607 in Carbide International a High was Harold weavers 225-583 Dolores Kimballs 221 carried Green Mountain girls Mable Young came through with a 220, fran Snow with a 583 in girls Eastern. Southern Vermont Leader was Larson with 216-599 Tom Harrington had 225-606 for Friendship Dick Fleming had a big 244 for garage. Keep pm Rollin. Newton mass. Apr quarterback Jack Concannon and Center Bart Connelly have been named to play in the North South football game at Miami on dec. 24. Both Are rated Good professional prospects. Concannon currently tied for fourth place among the nation s offence leaders is reported to be no. I Choice of the Boston patriots. The eagles have been men extra Bonus double world Green wednesday and saturday 736 main Street fear he Saf Howard Joh Moi a fish Fry a Joo wednesday ni6nts tasty Boneless fillets Quot Crisp Golden Brown French Fried potatoes a Cole Slaw tartar sauce Rolland butter

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