Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Nov 26 1963, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 26, 1963, Bennington, Vermont St. Michael s squad Bennington Banner tuesday november 26, 1963-9has 3 berths open Winooski Park a two juniors will be starting for St. Michael a College basketball knights. Coach George Doc Jacobs said that Center Rich Tarrant 65, from West Orange .,and forwarded Kryger 64, from Richmond l.i.,., two sure to Start when the purple opens at the University of Rhode Island monday dec. 2. Quot the other three spots Are wide open Quot Jacobs declared As the knights ran though Dally practice in their new gym. Quot one Day one Man will look Good and the next Day another is pressing him so ifs hard to pick the Best combination Quot Jacobs said. Tarrant was top scorer last year hitting better than 17points a game despite his slight Frame. He was also a top rebounded. De Kryger outstanding on defense last season scored at better than 12 Points a game during his Sophomore year. His big night was against Stonehill when he got 24 Points 22 from the floor. Four Letterman and one Sophomore Are among the chief competitors for the guard spots. Marty King Jersey City Senior Dan Connelly Schenectady Junior Bill Cummins West Orange And Brian Quinn St. Albans , Are All Back from last years 13-5 squad. Phil Taylor Newark ., top scorer with last year s Frosh is also a top candidate in Back court. Jim Dooley Staten Island , and Vin Kazalonis Elizabeth ., both sophomores Are fighting for the other Forward position. St. Michael a with a Tough schedule of 20 games and two tournaments faces holy Cross dec. 3, before opening at Home dec. 7 with Adelphi. Three times in recent years St. Michael s has represented the Northeast at Mcaa tournaments. With three starters gone from last year it will be Tough to get Back in that league again but the knights Are classic league sets record Jim Devito pounded a big 277 single 842 four ame total to Lead his team Liggett Bosworth to a record 705 team total. Bill Petitt added a 221 game and Bob Pellerin 207. This game was rolled against the first National store team who had a big 613 game. Fred Keppler was High for first National stores with a245-825 total. During this match another Bowler was setting the High four total. Don Fisher rolling games of 226-214-211-222, totalled 873 for Fairdale farms. Big scores were recorded by Tom Bushee of Harrison vending 244 single Al Pinsonneault 831 total for Aap Bennington Bell laundry had two big men Burt Potter 242 am Bob Kline 240. The Liggett Bosworth team held to first place with a two two decision with first National stores. Other results Perrotta insurance two Fairdale farms two Harrison vending four Bennington lanes Zero Bennington Bell three Aap one. John Ottaviano holds High average with of Cha Iii pions Kansas City apr it was a family affair at the Meadowbrook Golf course. Mrs. Herbert Simons Bob Simons and Carol Simons All took club championships. The three Way slam was completed when mrs. Simons won the women a club final i up. Previously Bob 17, won 2 up in a 36-Hole match for the menus title. Carol 14, successfully defended her Junior title. What about or. Simons a the caddies for us Quot says Bob jokingly.1959thunderbird cull power16951959volkswagen sedanm195 Liggett \ Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Rood Bennington it. Dont save it sell it Why conserve a cluttered closet Whan you can convert those items to conv cant Cath sail those useful Quot done to needs Quot with a Low Cost Belington want and someone is watching the want and columns waiting for your and to appear so he can buy those things you no longer need. Dial 442-6300 for help in placing your and or Cost estimates without obligation and ask for a Friendly and taker. The Bennington Banner dial 442-6300 i t

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