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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 8, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Hennington Banner Friday october 8, 1965 a Jup Alston a Well come back9 facts figures los Angeles up a facts and figures on the 1965 world series participants a los Angeles dodgers National league champions is Minnesota twins american league champions. Winner first team to win four games. Results first game Minnesota 8 los Angeles 2 second game Minnesota 5 los Angeles i. Remaining schedule a third fourth and fifth of necessary games at los Angeles saturday oct. 9, sunday oct. To and monday oct. La sixth and seventh games of necessary at Minn As Ota wednesday oct. 13, and thursday oct. 14. Starting time a All games Start at i . Local time. Third game starting pitchers a Claude Osteen 15-15 of the dodgers and Camillo Pascual 9-3 of the twins. Odds third game dodgers favored 13-10 Serle. Twins favored 3-1. Weather forecast for third game a hazy with temperature in the Low 80s. Managers Sam Mele of the twins Walter Alston of the dodgers. Radlo to a televised and broadcast nationally by no. Financial figures a second game attendance�?48,700 stadium record net receipts $358,160.46 after taxes players Shart 182,661.83 commissioners office share a $53,724.07 clubs and leagues share�?$30,433.64. Two game totals attendance a 96,497 net receipts a $712,945.46 after taxes players share a $363,602.18 commissioners office share a $106,941.82 clubs and leagues share�?$60,590.36. Molly Stark soccer league standings Leland and any Whitingham North Bennington Burr and Burton Arlington Wilmington Bennington does not include games. 6-0-0 5-1-0 2-2-1 3-3-0 1-3-2 1-4-1 0-5-0 thursdays Ivy Leo la. Petersen up sports editor los Angeles up a the los Angeles dodgers their backs to the Wall with their two Best pitchers beaten today hoped to Start coming Back against the Minnesota twins when the world series resumes Here saturday. A a we re accustomed to this business of being Bel ind a observed dodger manager Walter Alston. A a we be been behind this season before and always came Back. There a no reason we cart do it he pointed out further that the dodgers were the first team Ever to win a series since it went to its present Best four out of seven game format in 1922, after losing the first two games. They did it in the 1955 series against the Yankees. A we will do it again a a he predicted confirming that his third game Pitcher will be Southpaw Claude Osteen who never had been beaten by the twins and Defeated them five times while he still was with the Washington senators. But the twins did no to let a Little thing like Osteen s record bother them. They had hammered the dodgers into submission in the first two games beating the Best one two pitching punch in baseball so they weren to going to let the los Angeles no. 3 Man a her them. A when you beat Don Drysdale and Sandy Kou a Back to Back you be done a pretty Fine Job a a said Sam Mele the manager of the twins. A i figured we were Good enough to beat them and we did so Osteen does no to frighten Mele named Camillo Pascual a right handed curve Ball specialist to oppose Osteen in saturdays third game scheduled to Start at i ., put. Alston said he was sure of one thing. A Well have better weather than we had in Minnesota a he smiled. A and i Hope we have belter for a time thursday it appeared that rain would Wash out the second game of the series but it did no to and the twins went on to beat Koufax the King of pitchers 5-1, after having clubbed Drysdale into submission 8-2, in the first game on wednesday. Both the twins and dodgers left on special chartered planes for this West coast baseball Gold mine thursday shortly after the twins made it two in a Row. Compare All others and you la buy a a color to e t. Williams opposite old Soldi ers Home phone 2-685s they both scheduled workouts at dodger stadium today the dodgers at la a.rn., put the twins at i . Despite those two losses the dodgers were 13-10 favourites to win the third game but the twins were quoted As 3 to i choices to take the series. Only three times has a team lost the first two series games and come Back to win. The dodgers did it fix St in 1955 after dropping the first to to the Yankees. Then the Yankees came Bank the very next year to reverse the situation against the dodgers. And in 1958 the Yankees did it again this time against the Milwaukee braves. A i guess that proves it can be done a said Mele. A but it Isnit going to happen to he said he would go with the same lineup saturday he used thursday meaning that right handed hitting outfielders Joe Nossek and Bob Allison would play again. It was Allison who turned in the key play in thursdays Minnesota Triumph. Alston who never panics no matter the Odds against his club said he would make no lineup changes. A a in la go along with the Fellows who won the National league Pennant for us a he said. A but i Hope they can do a Little More hitting and do a better Job in the the dodgers made three errors in thursdays game two of them by Jim Gilliam the usually reliable third baseman who came off the coaching lines to get Back into the lineup when Tho dodgers were crippled with injuries. His first one came when he bobbled a ground Bill by twins shortstop Zoilo Versalles leading off the sixth inning and it opened a door to a two run rally which doomed Koufax to his second world series defeat against two victories. Koufax whose 26 victories were the most in the majors and whose 382 strikeouts set an All time record and Jim Keathe twins 18-Ga me winning Southpaw were locked in a scoreless pitching Duel when Gilliam made the Bobble. It was a sharply hit ground fall Fiat Gilliam normally would have handled but it got by him and the Fleet Versalles stormed into second base. Nossek sacrificed him to turd and Tony Oliva the Amenia n league batting Champion for the second year in a Row then doubled to left to score Versalles. Picking on Koufax first pitch Harmon Killebrew singled to left to score Nossek and As it turned out they were the Only runs the twins would need. Before that a big dodger Chance had gone by the boards because of that Allison catch. Ron fairly had opened the fifth with a single and Rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvre rifled a Low line drive Down the left Field line. Allison raced Over caught the Ball at his shoe tops and skidded 30 Trot on the wet grass. But he held on to the Ball. Giants Hunt no. 3, Browns Choice in nil to the showers los Angeles pitching Ace Sandy Koufax takes the Long walk from the dugout to the clubhouse after being retired for a Pinch hitter in the seventh inning of thursday s world series game. Koufax pitched six innings giving up six hits and two runs and striking out nine. Twins outfielder Allison proves he can do the Job by Milton Richman up sports writer los Angeles up a a is for vindication for big Bull shouldered Bob Allison who once played fullback for Kansas and frequently is needled about get anywhere near the sinking the 1965 season was not an curving shot. Especially Good one for Allison whose batting average nose no one in the Park thought dive to .233 or 30 Points below he had a Chance except per his Normal life time . Haps one person fractured his right wrist a a i knew i. Was Drifting away the a11.-ur Ameln by Martin Lader up sports writer Success is a matter of degree and for the new York it can be no More than Victory against the Minnesota Vikings saturday night. Although the National football league season is less than a month old the giants can surpass their entire 1964 Victory output of two games of they beat the Vikings. But the giants with a 2-1 record currently share first place in the Eastern division of the leagues. The Cleveland Browns strengthened by the return of three first strangers who were out with injuries last week hosts the wingless Pittsburgh Steeles in another saturday night affair. The Browns Are heavy favourites at 17 Points. The other clubs swing into action sunday with san Francisco at Green Bay Detroit at Baltimore Philadelphia at Dallas St. Louis at Washington and los Angeles at Chicago. The packers tied for first in the West with Detroit at 3-0, Are picked by nil e Points Over san Francisco while the Lions Are nine Point underdogs to Baltimore the defending Western division titlist. Dallas is rated to Points better than Philadelphia the cardinals Are six Over Washington and Chicago is favored by three Over the rams. Minnesota considered to have an outside shot at the Western title this season lost its first two games before bouncing Back against the rams. Quarterback fran Tark Enton had his Best game of the year last week hitting on 17 of 25 passes for 249 Yards and two touchdowns. The Steeles have lot three playing the Outfield the same from no a a sad he sky 31 Juv and for the last half of strap Ehy has a Ason. La a to. A ear old Kansas Prario. A a even year they were on of Tazo the season he with Sand Valdespino playing Only against left handed pitching. This year in fact was the was la toned year they were one of tw0 Eastern clubs to beat Cleveland. The forty niner Packer Duel matches the leagues top two passers this season a John Bro Way for Minnesota. Ear old Kansas Grad. A even never kid him any a 1 thought i had a Good More or at least they never Ciance a getting to it. Should about the lumbering Way Allison started coming anti he runs or the Way he uses his never quit. He thundered Over Glove after that Eye popping he rain dampened turf with All game saving catch he made for a is 220 pounds and six feet Foj by Rowe Arr Wui Bow a Nesotas metropolitan stadium to a a a a which fringes because a a 5 k we a dirt Khz Allison never could under the a a a Field stands along the zip Shine is coi stand All the guff about his def us Fine. Pensive work. He twisted his Glove Back Allison is one of those rare first time he had moved Back die and Bart Starr. Green Bay to the Outfield after being the which has been bothered by a Sarbone last week. Detroit is in for a severe test a one i Vima Giuva a 0 to Vinci in r a i never set myself up As the Ward and caught the Ball As he ballplayers who always turned j j St t in Colts. Lion Quarter Philadelphia will have to depend on Reserve quarterbacks King Hill and Jack following a knee injury to Norm Snead against a Strong Dallas defense. Chicago also without a Victory in three games will be making its Home debut. The bears picked up 413 Yards against Green Bay in their last contest with Rookie Gale Sayers accounting for 184 of them. Los Angeles will Start its first string defensive line of ends Lamar Lundy and David Jones and tackles Merlin Olsen and Roosevelt Grier for the first time this season. Answer today on German olympic team Madrid up a the International olympic committee will decide today whether to add East Germany to the Roll of teams competing at the 1968 Winter and summer games. No amount of Back Chat or arguing will stave off the vote any longer. Ioc president Avery Brundage disappointed that no decision was reached thursday night insisted that the delegates make up their minds one Way or the other by midday. He told newsmen a i Hope to announce the result of Hie vote about midday he is reported to have told delegates a you must know the position by now. There is Little need for further delegates at the 63rd session of the Ioc Congress began debating the All important German problem after lunch thursday. Two and a half hours later they Oak a break with nothing decided. D relish speaking delegates said disgustedly a a there a enough hot air in there to float this hotel off the sports briefs greatest Fielding outfielder who hurtled toward the Fence and up at the world series no mat Ever laced on a pair of shoes a a began sliding Over the grass on he remarked once. A but i think his right Side. I do As Good a Job As most of the outfielders in our league Back Milt Plum gained a net of Carcer ended better than and maybe Evern after the game he Ever apologize again. Minnesota manager Sam Mele said it May have been the Best even As he sat there grotesque like on the cold wet turf he quickly raised his gloved hand aloft to showed Vargo. The Umpire on the left Field line that he had the Ball. Ball Park. Ing double in the eighth. The double did a lot for his morale but it really did no to mat later after the twins had catch he Ever saw. Walt Alston won the game 5-1, and it was struck him out his first three on the other Side said it was All Over someone in the noisy times up but Allison clipped one of the Best. Everyone clubhouse suggested it was a Hon be Sianoski for a redeem agreed it was what the Ball tremendous a a Money catch players like to Call a pistol. It came in the fifth inning. What a Money got to do with the game still scoreless with Ltd inquired the solemn dodger runner Ron fairly on looking Allison. A i try to make first nobody out and switch every catch regardless of what hitting Jim Lefebvre at Bat. The circumstances the dodger Rookie second baseman lit into one of Jim Kaats fast balls Aid polled it to deep left Field near the foul ter where it was played and Uny Yards against washing usually paid his Way into the on ast wee it but Ike Detroit defense saved the game with six interceptions. Baltimore has i 2-1 record losing by Only three Points to the packers. So fetch foursome a one of these Days i Hope i get a Chance to play in one a head always say. That Chance finally came wednesday and he made the most of it. Sandy Koufax Coventry England up a former British middleweight Champion Mick i a Hyp a boxing career has been ended by injuries he sustained in a car wreck la Days ago. Leahy who lost the title last november to Wally Swift after winning it from George Aldridge in May 1963, reportedly is in satisfactory condition. Holds Meetin Delvecchio out what no one will Ever forget is that catch. I 4 8 00 . A 1 00 . I y 714 main St. Come to the place. Where Good friends get together breakfast luncheon dinner princes restaurant closed sunday Bennington Vermont it was both Mele and Alston pole. Allison playing Lefebvre agreed one of the great More toward Center looked As catches in series history. If he had no Chance at All to Lei an Dang Ray tops league defeatsnorthbennington6-3 Kaats Allison a Glove big factors in twins win Minneapolis St. Paul up a the Minnesota twins and did it without too much North Bennington a Leland and Gray Seminary of Townshend continued its domination of the Molly Stark soccer league thursday with a 6-3 win Over North Bennington. The win boosts the team s league leading record Koufax baseball a Best Pitcher to 7-0. The scotch foursome group of the it. Anthony col try club held the first of its Winter series of monthly meetings wednesday night and were entertained by mrs a in Guvvy Carmody and her dancing Troup. Frank Ruaquin chairman awarded gifts of six Golf balls to the members of his committee who helped with scotch foursome arrangements during the a total of five goals were scored season. The recipients were North Bennington registered two Larry and babe Powers Jerry but the visitors countered with and Norma Finnegan and Paige three. Steve Gleason turned in a Fine and Maxine Heald. Mrs. Cariti Odys a dancing group pock table. Transistor radios from Sony Quot big sound from the r-8�? the smallest be Ond still loaded with Sony Quality. Thi s tiny 8 transistor Micro Rodio has the epitaxial transistors used in the world famous Sony Micro to. Unusual sensitivity of truly unique gift. Bennington 6am6e corp. Jul main Street dial 2-5496 took advantage of the Strong pitching of Jim Kaat and the poor Fielding of los Angeles to sweat thanks to Bob Allison Kaat and Koufax were locked in a scoreless pitching Duel for take a 2-0 Lead in the world five innings before the twins series by defeating the dodgers 5-1 thursday broke through. But As Lompo Tant As what happened the mighty twins beat Sandy that was what happened the inning before. Ron fairly led off with a sin Box score Minneapolis St. Paul Steve Fritz tallied a hat trick to Pace the governors but Gavin Naeve booted four for Leland and Gray to take the Coni it. Danny Ballantine and Dave Gordon each registered single tallies for the winners. Leland and Gray scored Early in the first period and carried a 2-0 Lead into the halftime in performance in the lag nets was composed of members of the to contain the usually High scor clubs dancing class which has ing govern he was aided Beer. Held throughout the year on by a standout performance by Friday evenings Tho a who gave his Center halfback red prawn exhibition of the various Lancing for North Bennington the de styles included Brud and Betty sense played a hard aggressive Riley Harold Ana Baa Kramer game despite the visitors six Larry and babe Powers Alec goals and Gary Marsha was sex and Marilyn Mahar and John and a optional in the goal. Up front Jane Winegard. However the governors failed eighty members of the scotch to connect on Many of their foursome group attended the passes and were unable to Marsh meeting. Among the guests Vias Gle and Rookie second baseman permission. In the third per a1 any concentrated scoring Tom Hughes sports editor of the sell it or rent it to someone in Rhode Island Call collect 401 331-2800 Rhode islanders Are looking for property in your area. For Winter o summer recreation for retirement for sound investment classified ads in the Providence journal bulletin reach a 200,000 family Market. Cost is Low action is fast with proven results i Call us collect ask for miss Hill person to person. She will give you Complete information. 401-331-2300. Reverse the charges the Providence journal bulletin up a Box score at the second game of the 1965 world series los Angeles a r h b o a wills is 4 0 i 0 i 2 Gilliam 3b 4 a 0 0 0 0 w. Davis of 4 0 0 0 i 0 Johnson of 4 9 0 0 3 0 fairly of 4 i 2 0 i 9 Lefebvre 2b 4 0 2 0 2 0 Parker la i 9 i 0 3 i Roseboro c 4 9 i i 12 i Koufax p 2 i 0 0 i 2 Drysdale pm i 0 0 0 0 9 Perranoski p 0 9 0 0 0 9 Miller p 0 a 0 0 0 0 Trace ski p i 0 0 0 0 0 totals 33 17 124 9 Minnesota a r h b 0 a Versalles is 5 2 i 0 0 0 Nossek of 3 0 i 0 4 9 Oliva of 4 i i i 3 9 Killebrew 3b 3 0 2 i 2 i Battey c 4 0 i 0 3 i Allison if 4 i i 0 2 9 Mincher la 4 i i 0 7 4 Quilici 2b 2 0 0 0 i 3 Kaat p 4 0 i 2 5 9 totals 35 5 9 4 27 9 los Angeles too too Ioos i Minnesota too 002 l2x i e a Johnson Gillian. 2. Lob a los Angeles 8 Minnesota 8. 2b a Oliva Allison. 3b a Versalles. S a Parker Nossek. In h r Erbb so Koufax 1 6 6 2 1 1 9 Miller 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Kaat w 9 7 1113 hip a by Kaat Parker. W pm Perranoski. Balk a Perranoski. T a 2 13. A a 48,700. Jim Lefebvre lined a drive Down the left Field line that looked Good for extra bases. But Allison Dove for the Ball gloved it just before he slipped on the wet grass ant held on to it. It turned out to be a big out As West Parker followed with an infield single before Kaat got out of the inning by getting John Roseboro and Koufax on foul pop ups. Both managers Sam Mele of the twins and Walter Alston of the dodgers called it a great catch the Ever pressing twins finally broke through Koufax pitching in the sixth when shortstop Zoilo Versalles rifled a line drive Down to third baseman Jim Gilliam. Gilliam bobbled the Tough Chance for a two base error and the twins were or. Their Way. Joe Nossek sacrificed Versalles to third and Tony Oliva the american leagues batting Champion for the second year in a Row got his first world series hit a double. It was a big one for it scored Versalles. Harmon Killebrew followed with a single to left and Oliva scored the twins second run. As it turned out these runs were All the twins needed. They picked up another run in the seventh on a three base hit by Versalles and a wild pitch and added two insurance runs in the eighth with Kaat driving them in with a two out single. Iod action became furious As threat. Banner. Cheering for the cats Beni cheerleaders Are Bottom Row from left Peggy Brunina Patti fair Gail Godek Adie Jaqusch Kris Sleeman and Linda Betit top Row Patty Gocek a sue Thompson Cheryl Cook Cathy Mould Jean Waite and Mcgarey. The girls will be whooping it up saturday when the cats Host the Rutland raiders. Hughes Detroit up a Alex Delvecchio Captain of the Detroit red wings will miss tonight a game against Boston at London exit., because of a swollen face attributed to an allergy. The Detroit defens Eman is undergoing allergy tests at the University of Michigan Hospital and is to be released saturday or sunday if the illness is not serious. American Advance Munich Germany up a american Junior welterweight Robert Smith and welterweight James Scates scored k Over their opponents thursday in the first Day of the International military boxing championships. Light heavyweight Wilson Gilbert another american also advanced by scoring decision Over Othmane Mobil of Tunisia. Bus gains 1-0 win Over Whitingham Manchester a Burr and Burton forwarded Harr Igan booted Home a goal in t in second period to Lead the bulldogs to a 1-0 Victory Over Whitingham in Molly Stark soccer league action Here thursday. Whitingham had an excellent scoring Opportunity in the closing seconds of the contest when Randy Zoesch bulldog goalie was out of position and the mountaineers Nad a perfect shot on the open net. The Boot sailed Over the goal however and the bulldogs escaped with the win. Zoesch played an outstanding game in the nets for bus lived by halfback Burt Campney who turned in his usual flashy performance on defense. The bulldogs led by Center Forward Steve Rosencrantz kept i he Ball in Whitingham territory for la minutes in the first period but were unable to score. John Carrier led the Forward Wall of Whitingham which pressed Zoesch continually during the second half. In league action Mondayla ton is at Wilmington Beni at Whitingham and North Bon Nln Tonat Burr and Burton

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