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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-rer.nington manner tuesday september 7, 1965 dodgers giants scramble continues braves Redlegs. Pirates still in no race. I a a i. . 99 d4 nmn Lra do lev by George c. Langford up sports writer did one of Don Drysdale a favorite weapons backfire the 6-foot, 6-Lnch Side Wield Long right hander of the los Angeles dodgers often has been accused by enemy batsmen of throwing at their Short lbs although Drysdale maintains Quot i never deliberately hit a tatter in my life a i just pitch Mem tight. That s my bread and two of done so a rights tosses soared for wild pitches in crucial situations monday and they opened tile door for five san Francisco game marked by two heated disputes moved the giants within one game of the National league leading dodgers. Orlando Cepeda was punch hot Ting against Drysdale in the fifth inning with the dodgers holding a 4-0 Lead and giant runners on first and second. An apparent Brush tack pitch went astray and Tom Haller scored All the Way from second and and Mal Lanier scooted to third where he scored on Cepeda a sacrifice Fly. The dodgers had built up a 5-2 Lead in the eighth when Drysdale uncorked another wild one with Willie Mccovey at Bat and Matty a iou on first. It put a iou in scoring position and Mccovey promptly singled him Home and then scored himself on Jim Harts 20th Homer that tied the score 5-5. Cincinnati slipped let games off the Pace and into a third place tie with Milwaukee by dropping a doubleheader to Pittsburgh 3-1 and 4-2. The braves tripped new York twice 4-2 and 3-1, while Houston nipped Chicago 2-1 and St. Louis trounced Philadelphia 10-3 in the first game before losing a 10-5 decision to the Phillies in the Nightcap. In the american league the Chicago White sox swept a doubleheader from California 2-1 in to innings and 4-3, and Cut Minnesota a league Lead to 4v2 games As the twins lost the second game of their double header with Kansas City 4-3 after rallying to capture the opener 8-6. Cleveland toppled Washington twice 5-3 and 4-3, or Howie Reed failed to touch Baltimore swept two from new the base and los Angeles pro York 2-1 and 6-2 and Boston tested loudly. A iou stole second and scored the decisive run on Jim Daven ports single. The other disputed play occurred in the seventh when Johnny Roseboro hit a Solo Homer that hit a rail and bounced Back on the playing Field with the giants putting it in play and tagging Roseboro stopped Detroit 4-1. In the 12th inning winning Pitcher Frank Linzy led off for the giants with a single. After Dick Schofield fanned Matty Alou forced Linzy at second base but the return throw to first failed to double Alou although the toss was in time. The Umpire ruled dodger pitch but Umpire Billy Williams ruled it was a Home run. Haller stroked Drysdale a first pitch of the ninth inning for his Lith Home run to tie the score 6-6 after Wes Parker a run scoring single in the eighth had put the dodgers ahead. The pirates trumped the reds on the pitching of Bob Veale in the opener and a bases loaded double by Willie Stargell in the Nightcap that drove in the winning run. A s or. Re a of jul t a v a i Quot big Samsonite Luggage Sale 30 % off styles for men amp women ii it time for Back to colleges it twit furniture co. 519-5?5-5?9 main Street Bennington phone 442 5346 0pen Friday evenings Pillsbury cake mixes Al 3 f 89 it 65�?~ Hamburg patties 5 to la. Walker a s Market remember. A Winkler or Oil Burner can be Quot sized rights to produce Only the heat your Furnace can handle it really saves you Money come in and let us prove it Henrym Tunkl Ojni. 113 depot Street dial 2-6343 Bennington it. Brandeis hires Tough Job for Star by Dirk in a up sports writer Boston up a professional basketball players most of whom Are tall enough to paint houses without ladders find a variety of jobs to keep them reasonably Busy during the fall off season. But one of their smallest members who needs a Stepladder to put up the screens just like nearly everyone else has been particularly Busy beat leaders National league g. A r. H. Clonte pitl31 516 81 178 Aaron Mil 131 499 99 162 Rose Cin 138 576 102 182 Mays of 131 467 95 147 Wilms Chi 143 571 99 176 j. Alou of 116 439 61 135 Allen philal38 524 83 161 Clad in Pui 41 542 79 166 flood St 135 532 75 160 Alou Mil 127 511 76 153 american league g. A r. H. . Yamski bos 113 422 68 138 .327 Oliva Minn 136 532 101 169 Robsn Haiti 118 457 67 141 we told Cle 09 382 40 114 Kaline detll0 357 65 105 Hall Minn 131 463 71 135 Clavton Cle 138 505 79 146 Wagnr clel25 457 80 132 hard was 129 448 47 128 Home runs National league a Mays giants 43 Mccovey giants 32 Mathews braves 30 Williams cubs 29 four players tied with 28. American league a Hort o a tigers 27 Conigliaro red sox 26 Wagner indians 26 co Vito indians 25 Tresh yanks 23. Runs batted in National league a Johnson reds 111 Stargell pirates 95 Banks cubs 94 Williams cubs 93 Mays giants 93. American league a colavito indians 96 Horton tigers 93 Oliva twins 89 Mantilla red sox 88 Howard senators 75. Pitching National league a Nuxhall reds 10-3 Koufax dodgers 21-7 Maloney reds 17-7 cloning or braves 20-9 Ellis reds 17-8. American league a Grant twins 17-5 Terry indians 11-4 Mclain tigers 12-5 Fisher White sox 14-6 Siebert indians 14-6. . .345 .325 .316 .315 .308 .308 .307 .306 .301 .299 .318 .309 .298 .294 .292 .289 .289 .286 ing the Bushes for elongated Talent. K. C. Jones a key member of the championship dominating Boston celtics has been preparing for his future career while awaiting the Start of his final season As a Stellar National basketball association backcourt an. Jones one of the sports most successful exponents of the a big do defense patented by red Auerbach a celtics will become varsity basketball coach at Brandeis University next year. He announced his retirement several months ago to become effective after the upcoming Aba season. Jones a former University of san Francisco Star will be the first negro to coach varsity basketball at a major College or University according to Brandeis officials. A a Many a race religion or Creed done to make any difference to us a Brandeis athletic director and retiring basketball coach Irv Olin said. A we believe that k. C. Is the Man who can do the Job Best. He certainly has the Best basketball a former Brandeis basketball and baseball Captain Hubie Leblanc will handle the judges while . Closes out his professional career. All Jones has to do meanwhile is attract enough basketball players to Brandeis to get the judges out of a rut that currently includes a 21-game losing Streak and a two year Mark of six wins and 41 losses. K. C. Has got to find kids who can meet the Brandeis Entrance requirements that rank the 18-Yearold University among the 19 toughest schools in the nation to get into. The current Brandeis freshman crop had to have a 1,340 total College Board test score from 670 in both math and English to get through the door. Now finding kids with that kind of qualification might be impossible for some basketball coaches. But anyone who saw k. C. Jones play the High scoring Jerry West right out of his sneakers in last years Aba playoffs might just figure Jones could do it. Record crowd at Pownal nearly 2500 cars crowd the North parking lot at Green Mountain Park in Pownal for the record breaking labor Day card. A record 12,136 fans pushed an All time High of $660,864 through the parimutuel windows for the biggest Day of racing in the tracks history. Hagerman new Golden boy of Tennis sex base Baller Pasarell Steeles pick Mixon to replace Parker Pittsburgh up a Veteran Mike Nixon today was the latest addition to a Long list of coaches who have tried to Lead the Pittsburgh Steeles to their first National football league title. Nixon an assistant Steeler coach since 1961, was named head coach monday succeeding buddy Parker who resigned because a i came Here to win and i do the 54-year-old Nixon will have his work Cut out for him. The Steeles have never won a league Crown in their 32 years in the league and Are 0-4 in exhibition games this season. A we have the making of a Good club a said the former Pitt All american at the steel Erst training Camp in Kingston . Parker who won two world championships and three Western conference crowns before leaving the Detroit Lions in 1957, stepped Down sunday Fol lowing the steel Erst fourth consecutive exhibition defeat. During his eight years with Pittsburgh Parker compiled a 51-47-6 record. Nixon first joined the Steeles As a scout in 1953, then was named an assistant coach the next year. He remained at that Post until taking Over As head coach of the Washington redskins in 1959. Forest Hills n. Y. Up a Here in this Prim private Citadel of the fuzz covered Ball people tend to be rather narrow minded. All they think or talk about is one thing a Tennis. To hear them go on you a think there was no other sport in the world. Boxing to them is too brutal. Football is a contest involving 22 assorted Cave men pushing each other around Between Chalk stripes and As for baseball Well they never even bother discussing it because that a a game in which people Are even rude to the Umpire. The one fellow they re All talking about Here is Boyish 21-year-old Chuck Pasarell. Pasarell comes from san Turce puerto Rico which made him eligible for the . Davis cup team. He did no to make it but the reason he has drawn All the attention is be baby red sox win Eastern Pennant cause he knocked off second seeded Fred Stolle of Australia on sunday. It might Shock some of the Forest Hills patrons to discover that although Pasarell has been playing Tennis since he was eight years old he had to divorce himself from a baseball background first. A in puerto Rico where i come from baseball is our National game a said the Blond six footer towering himself in the clubhouse after a Shower. A i used to play a lot of baseball in High school a he added. A too bad you did no to stick to it a needled one of pasarello a fellow competitors dressing nearby. Pasarell smiled and continued. A i played the Outfield and i hit pretty Good a he said. A of course i Wasny to another Clemente or Cepeda and to Tell the truth i never took baseball too that was because Chuck was born into a Tennis family. His Quot a father Charles sr., even played Here in the championships some years Back but never got very far. A my ambition is to become the no. I Tennis player in the world a said Pasarell. A i think i can. When i say that i done to mean it to sound As if in a bragging but it has been my ambition Ever since i started playing As Long As australian Kingpin Roy Emerson is on the scene Pasarell will have trouble fulfilling his goal but there Are those who believe the slender but Well muscled puerto rican May overtake him in time. They Point to the fact that Pasarell already beat Emerson for the Pennsylvania state championship at Merlon pa., in july after having Defeated Stolle in the same tournament. Then there was his second Victory Over the aussies no. 2 Man last sunday. A i really love the game a he said a and in a going to play it As Long As i can. Car radio and portable All in one Only $79.95 ass see this and Many other models priced from $29 95 up Bennington garage i corp. 324 main Street dial 2-5496 Pittsfield mass. Up a the Boston red sox should do As Well As their Eastern league farm team. While Boston struggled to keep out of the american league cellar the Pittsfield red sox monday clinched the Eastern league Pennant with a 3-1 Victory Over the Springfield giants. Pittsfield which moved Here last Winter from Reading pa., closed out the season with an 85-55 record which put them out of reach of second place Elmira mondays game also boosted Pittsfield a Home attendance for the season at Wah Conah Park to 79,001 a tops in the Eastern league. Red sox winning Pitcher Pete Magroni singled Home the winning run in the seventh and George Scott slapped his 25th Homer with the bases empty in the eighth to provide the Victory margin. The red sox scored their first run in the second and the giants a farm club of the san Francisco giants of the National league tied it at 1-All in the fourth. But Magrini a 24-year-old right hander who had collected Only four hits All season singled up the Middle in the seventh to score Al Leher from second and the red sox were never headed. Magrini posted his 18th Victory against eight setbacks while the loss was charged to reliever Tom Arruda his sixth against 17 wins. The Little red sox finished in second place last season while in Reading. Local horse Winner in too mile Trail ride the rough grows tall Vern Phillips drive off the 9th tee ended up in a a a rough spot in the Oak Erwood Golf course labor Day tournament. With the Ball nestling in the tree Vern had to take a one stroke penalty for the Hole. I a ii a Carmody win at Oak Erwood course Long John Cutlass Saddle for All bikes $795 full 17vk in boo loaf soft padding adjustable rapport bar. Bicycle Basket $j49 heavy Aufa Etc Al. Smart Chroma plating is 1 0 1,111 1 Rue of i Riser handle bars $198 Fite All Taka Chrona plated. Drop of 12 inches. Combination lock perfect for Bike or achoo locker no Money Down on Firestone uni charge regular 30 Day charge. Or take months to anon it ii tit Mommy charged by Mon to 50.00 6 7600 7 95.00 9 Economy Auto stores inc. Bennington Vermont open Friday night All Day saturday dial 2-6226 South Woodstock a seventy horses were entered 60 horses started and 46 finished in the 30th annual 100-mile Trail ride sponsored by the Green Mountain horse association Here held from sept. I through sept. 4. The heavyweight division was won by a thoroughbred Bay Mare Nike Ridden by Carole Gill of Barnard and owned by George Gill of Barnard. The lightweight division was won by an arabian Grey gelding Al Marah trance Ridden by mrs. Louise Vanwagonen of bears Volle n.y., and owned by mrs. Bazy Tankersley of Washington . The Wilfred Leboeuf memorial trophy which is awarded each year to the horse with the highest standing in the lightweight or heavyweight division was won by Al Marah trance Ridden by mrs. Vanwagonen. The Junior division was won by Equinox Welcome Ridden by Lynda Beattie of Equinox farm Manchester Center and owned by Oren Beattie Equinox farm Manchester Center. The judges for the ride were or. Olive k. Britt of Manakin Sabot va., col. W. Lewicki of Sherborne England and or. . Wilder of new York City. Jimi w-1 Alex Mahar and Jack Carmody went Home the winners in the Oak Erwood Golf course labor Day tournament held this weekend at the Bennington course. Mahar and Carmody edged John Griffin and Max for the top spot in the championship division of the three Day tourney. Other winners included Champ. Division Consolation Byrne Witenberg first division Winner Carmody Liggett runner up Sennett Shea Consolation Durocher Wilkin son second division Winner Feenan Pacher runner up Laroche earn Hardt Consolation Agresta Wilk Inson hearing problem free demonstration qua Litone High fashion hearing aids thursday sept. 9th. I to 2 . Quinlan s drug store 463 main St. Phone 2-6256 of you can to come in write or phone and or. Haworth will Call at your Home without charge or obligation. Slacks in your favorite styles and colors Dill to rat roil stay press Slacks 5.95 7.95 agrees wheat Olive Black $4.25 Ivin r. Haworth hearing Aid specialist 15 yrs. Experience Burt Bros i

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