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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 2, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner wednesday october 2, 1963pitching key to world series As Ford Koufax Duel psychological value High in i first game new York apr pounds of extra world series pressure weighed heavily on the shoulders of opening game pitchers Whitey Ford of new York and Sandy Kou fax of los Angeles today because of unusual importance attached to the first game of the 1963 postseason classic. Most experts agree pitching will be More of a dominating Factor in this series than in any inter league october clash since world War n. They Point to the comparatively Light team batting averages .252 for the Yankees to. 2 51 for the dodgers and the presence of Only three .300 hitters Tommy Davis Maury wills and Mickey Mantle in the lineups. A contributory Factor is the determination of both managers to stick with three starting pitchers regardless of the length of the series. This Means that should the series go seven games As have All since 1955 except the 1959 and around the series beat new York apr How Lucky can you get a year ago right hander Bob Miller was a member of the lowly new York mets and had a 1-12 record with a 4.88 Era. Today the 24-year-old Pitcher from Buena Park calif., is a valued hand of the National league Champion los Angeles dodgers with a 10-8 record and an impressive 2.89 Era. A i said last year that this october id be in Yankee stadium for the world series a he said. A but i thought i d be with the Yankees. In a Happy to be with the dodgers a Trade that came off happily for both parties was the Deal that sent first baseman Moose Skow Ron from th#3 Yankees to the dodgers in Exchange for right hander Stan Williams. After All these years with the Yankees Moose had become accustomed to those fat world series checks almost every fall. 1961 series Ford and Koufax will probably face each other three times. Thus the Winner of the first Ford Koufax Duel a before some 70,000 at Yankee stadium would have a vast psychological Aswell As an actual Edge. The Odds favored Ford at 6-5, with the Yankees a 7 vie to 5 favorite to gain their seventh Triumph in eight world series meetings with the dodgers. The perennial american league champions have a 20-7 record in series play compared to 2-8 for the dodgers. Both clubs presented predominantly right handed line ups against the left handed slants of Ford and Koufax. The Only Southpaw swingers aside from Ford in the Yankee batting order were shortstop Tony Kubek first baseman Joe Pepitone and right fielder Roger Maris. Switch hitters Mickey Mantle and Tommy Tresh naturally batted right handed. At a late hour tuesday night manager Walter Alston of the dodgers had just about decided to keep Ken Mcmullen the injured Rookie third baseman on the Bench playing Dick Tracewski at second and switching Jim Gilliam to third. Mcmullen pulled a hamstring muscle in his right leg last week. Alston promoted Willie Davis the hottest hitting dodger in september from seventh to third spot in the batting order behind Maury wills and Gilliam with Tommy Davis the National league s leading hitter in the cleanup spot. Bill Skowron the sex Yankee was at first base batting sixth behind the right handed hitting Frank Howard. He was followed by Tracewski John Roseboro and Koufax. The Yankees had the same lineup that played All season when Mantle and Maris were in there. Mickey batted fourth behind Tresh and in front of Maris Kubek and Bobby Richardson batted one two with Elston Howard Pepitone Clete Boyer and Ford comprising the Bottom half of the order. Bowling Monument league Eagle so. Mfg. Co. A 3 a amp w Root Beer a i High single a g. Raymond a 216 High triple a g. Raymond a 569 Eddington a 3 Andy Sbarber shop a i High single a f. Starr a 226 High triple a f. Starr a 582 Saul s dept. 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I 5 7 Greene a Mobil heat 4 8 Over too pairs used skis with release bindings now on Sale also used boots the Sno Shoppe 201 South St. Bennington dial 2-9595 scoop those bunts Chase those flies Here Are the new York Yankees plated to comprise the club s first line of defense against the los Angeles dodgers in the world series today at Yankee stadium in new York. From left third baseman Clete Boyer shortstop Tony Kubek Catcher Elston Howard second baseman Bobby Richard and first baseman Joe Pepitone. Son a photo two injuries hit Harvard Worcester tech loses Back by the associated press injuries May prove a telling Factor for two new England College football teams in games coming up this saturday. Worcester tech Learned yesterday that its regular right halfback Ron Gemma of Shrewsbury mass., wont be available for the Middlebury game. Gemma suffered a severe ankle sprain in Dpi s 33-0 Romp Over Central Connecticut last week. Sophomore Ron Crump t h e younger brother of Boston patriots fullback Harry Crump has been tabbed to replace the ailing Gemma. Harvard coach John Yovicsin also Learned yesterday that two of his most dependable performers probably won t be around for saturday s action against Rutgers. Stan Yastrzemski the Junior fullback with the famous Cousin a american league batting Champion Carl Yastrzemski lieu Iii it amount Field hockey teams set by Sandy Sawyer Beni s hockey teams varsity and Junior varsity were chosen by coach Anita Caswell last week. The starting la will be five juniors and six seniors. Offensive positions will be filled by Susan Smith katrina Koziol Bev Mould Susan Tifft and Joan Sibley. Capably handling the defensive chores will be Carolyn Comstock Libby Ayers Sandy Sawyer Sara Pike Penny Bergquist and c Riga Jaquith. The four substitutes who will see plenty of action Are Lynn Oldendorph Candy Cross Lodie Graves Cheryl Minke and possibly some will step up from tvs. Junior varsity will have four games this season two with Molly Stark and two with Burr and Burton. Making Jav this year were Charlotte Greer Janis Willis Andrea Kapetan Martha Littlefield Gloria Hollister Cheryl Comstock Cheryl Cook Edith Greer Ann Arnold Nancy Humphrey Pat Arrison Linda Sawyer fran Woodward Trudie Southworth Janis Vince and Joanne Pello. The girls chosen for varsity hockey will compete in the Molly Stark league. Coach Caswell believes in Long practices with vigorous exercises to keep up with physical fitness. Conditioning will Tell the Story when Benld meets its six scheduled games with Whitingham Leland and Gray North Bennington Burr and Burton Wilmington and Arlington. All Home games will be played at memorial Park. Boston celtics win first lame Oceanside . Apr the world Champion Boston celtics got their preseason exhibition Campaign off to a successful Start last night edging the new York kicks 95-92. The celtics came from behind in the fourth period after coach red Auerbach was Given the heave to in the third Quarter for hounding referee Mendy Rudolph. Rudolph also assessed three technical fouls against the fiery Auerbach who has started right where he left off a year ago in the National basketball association. Sprained an ankle last week. The injury Isnit responding As Well As expected. A Sophomore halfback Yovicsin recently tabbed As a big Early season Surprise Gary Halpern was told he will be out of action three weeks with a broken Finger. Boston College also suffered the loss of a regular Back last weekend. Halfback Pete Shaughnessy suffered two broken ribs and will be out of action several weeks. But coach Jim Miller had some Good news for Eagle fans. Three starters put out of action at Syracuse will be ready for Detroit Friday night. They include starting halfback Bobby Shann. The others Are Center Bart Connelly and guard Marty i Messa. Miller was disappointed with his clubs performance against Wichita especially after viewing game movies. But he had lavish Praise for the efforts of linebacker Dick Cremin. Miller said Cremin a has turned out to be a great Field Leader for us. That s something we need since we re a very Young team. He works hard All week and that helps us keep the Pace Molly Stark league soccer sudden death win by Arlington Over Leland Gray decides Leader Arlington a the eagles of Arlington High school continued to Fly High in the Molly Stark soccer league with a 1-0 Victory Over Leland and Gray of Townshend Here yesterday in a match which took four overtime periods to decide. Both teams were undefeated and sitting atop the league when the action began. After battling through the regulation four periods in a scoreless stand off the teams continued to play score slammed the Ball past the goalie to automatically end the Long match. The majority of the game was fought around the Center of the Field with rugged defense work by both teams cutting the number of attempted goal shots to a minimum. Don Trachte Russ Holten Marsh and Hayden added considerable strength to the Eagle team Effort both on defense and controlling the Ball. Although Arlington would a less Ball through three four Pear to be in Good position to Cap minute overtime periods and then Ture the league championship the the deciding sudden death. Eagles have been running in poor Arlington finally broke through Luck with injuries. John Miner is and penetrated the nets after 2 40 now lost to the team and he is of the fourth and sudden death the fourth starter the club has period. It was the Eagle s fifth lost this season Victory without a setback Leland the next game for Arlington and Gray now has a 4-1 Mark will be thursday at Home when in that sudden death Don Marsh they entertain the bulldogs of came Down on the Wing for Ari Burr and Burton Seminary in in ton and set up Jim Hayden with Manchester. This is the first a pass in the Center and Hayden year of varsity soccer for by. Mcaa football statistics tinged with Ivy Bunting new York apr there a a distinct Ivy league tinge in the first set of team football statistics issued this season by the Mcaa service Bureau. After just one game each Pennsylvania is the National major College Leader in total offence Rushing offence and scoring. Princeton leads in total defense the Friendly greetings of the managers by Jim Becker associated press sports writer new York apr what did Walter Alston of the dodgers say to manager Ralph Houk of the Yankees today just before the world series started a Good to see you Ralph a he said a and the Best of but was this what he was really thinking a Shah Good to see him. He s got Mantle healthy and Marls healthy and that Damn infield and that Outfield. You can t get a Ball through the infield and with that Outfield you re Lucky to get one base on a single. Then he has Howard catching and he starts Whitey Ford in the first game. We May not get five runs a All and what does Houk say to Alston a Good to see you Walter and Best of and is this what he really Means a Luck hah. He a got the greatest Pitcher in the world who needs Luck and that wills and those Davis boys Are liable to run us crazy. In be been Reading All week about How they Don t hit. With that pitching who has to hit and they hit .251, anyway and what did we hit a robust.252, that a what. One percentage Point and you read in the papers that we re big monsters picking on the Little world series facts figures by the associated press new York Yan los Angeles Dod Teena a league gets a Field in Manchester Manchester a because of the exceptional interest in the teen age baseball league and its recent outstanding season officials of the league and town team have acquired a More Cen trally located Field at the Fairgrounds where they Are supervising the cleaning up and reseeding of a Diamond. Use of the land has been authorized by the Manchester Rod and gun club. The teenage league which takes in boys ineligible to play for Little league or the town team attracted about 40 this year for a total of four teams. Arthur Kilburn president of the league has expressed Praise for the too per cent cooperation of managers officials and players and Hopes for an equally enthusiastic season next Spring. Adults who have agreed to continue working with the boys next year Are Frank Squires and Rushing defense and Cornell in punting. Rutgers a favorite playmate of the ivies is tops in Forward pass defense and Columbia Harvard Dartmouth and Yale Are among the leaders in various team statistical departments. The non Ivy Leader in Forward passing offence is Southern methodist. Noting this somewhat unusual situation the Mcaa statisticians Point out that teams somewhat better known in football notably the three service academies Navy air Force and army have compiled somewhat More impressive statistics for two games each. Leaders among the major teams that have been out twice Are Navy in total offence and Forward passing Navy and air Force tied in scoring Georgia tech in total defense and Rushing defense and the Citadel in pass defense. Navy a Strong offensive showing is due largely to the passing of quarterback Roger stau Bach the individual Leader in total of offence and no. 2 in passing. The midshipmen have gained 884 Yards a 486 by passing for an average just to Points below Pennis 452 Yards for one game against Lafayette. Navy and air Force have scored 79 Points each in two games. Green Mountain Pownal it. Apr scotch Fairle won the Oak Leaf purse participants Kees Al and Gers no. Sites and seating capacities Yankee stadium 72,000 dodger stadium 56,000. Number of games a Best of seven. Schedule a first two games wednesday oct. 2 and thursday oct. 3 at Yankee stadium open Date Friday oct. 4 third fourth and fifth game if necessary saturday oct. 5, sunday oct. 6 and monday oct. 7 at dodger stadium open Date tuesday oct. 8 sixth and seventh games if necessary wednesday oct. 9 and thursday oct. To at Yankee stadium. Time of games i . Local time radio and television National broadcasting co. World series records of teams a Yankees have won 20, lost 7 dodgers have won 2, lost 8. Past Yankee dodger series a Yankees have won six 1941, 1947, 1948, 1952, 1953, 1956. Dodgers then Brooklyn won a be 1955. Opening Day pitchers a Whitey Ford 24-7yanks is. Sandy Koufax 25-5. Dodgers. Fight results j a i a i aaa in Wuu inc a Kuiv i col Joseph Markey Roy Bentley and at Green Mountain Park yester Rex Sheldon managers Claude Day. He paid $3.20 after covering Casey Frank Thompson Fabio the five Furlong distance in 5& Zandy and Brian Hill coaches. 3.5. Albuquerque . A Eddie Perkins 143, Chicago stopped Joey Limas 144, Albuquerque to. New York a Pete Toro 147, new York out pointed Laszlo Bagi 1441/2, St. Paul 8. San Antonio Tex. A Jose Moreno 127, Monterrey Mexico out pointed Blackie Zamora 127, Corpus Christi to. Sacramento Salcido 137, san Jose knocked out Joey Lopes 136, Sacramento 8. Money player Podres goes in second game new York apr Johnny Podres has a history of pitching his Best when they Flash him the Dollar sign. So although Podres gave the most atrocious performance of his career Only four Days ago dodger manager Walter Alston is standing by his earlier decision to Start the 31 year a old Lethander thursday in the second game of the world series. In what was billed As a world series tuneup Podres was assigned to go five innings saturday night against the Philadelphia Phillies. Had John been compelled to go the full five the Phillies might still be batting in the Bottom of the fourth. Before he was mercifully excused with two out in the second the phils had scored eight runs on 12 hits a two homers a triple a double and eight singles. A you can throw tue. Out a Podres said today. A up veal ready forgotten it. The Only game 1 in be got time to think about now is thursdays. I a every game i go out there and pitch to win. But if pm go a a Long to pitch a game that really Means something i get keyed up a lot More. I seem to find a Little extra throw a Little Podres beat the Yankees twice in the 1955 world series pitch ring a 2-0 shutout in the seventh a a game aided by Sandy Amoros u great one Handel catch. He Hasni to Quot pitched against them since the Spring of 1957. A a a they be got some new Guys like Pepitone and Tresh that in be a never seen before a John said. A a but we be got a pretty Good Book on the Yankee hitters. At least it looks like a pretty Good a Book. I just Hope it works As Good i As it it won t look that big to the yanks Pitcher Sandy Koufax gags it up As he poses with the big baseball painted on the Side of the los Angeles dodgers plane As the National league champs left for new York monday. Sandy has a slight cold but club spokesmen said it is not expected to have any effect on his series pitching assignments. A photo Folk. We ave sport jackets the tweeds in these Folk Weaver sport jackets Are loomed by one of the oldest and most honoured Mills in the world. They Are the equal of any tweeds anywhere that is Why these jackets Are so sought after by men who value both individuality and exceptional Quality in their clothing. / yet s it a \ it j Wigt if fju2bm wit a w it it it Vav it the Label that Means finer clothing Adams clothes shop a shoes too free parking in rear of store

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