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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 16, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 12-Bennington Banner thursday september 16, 1965 Irish Orange picked in weekend Grid slate by Milton Richman up sports writer new York up a picking the weekend winners no sense listening to the players they All talk As of they re going to win. No sense listening to the coaches either they All talk As of they re going to lose. So you go by what they Call Quot the pre season dope and sometimes that a misleading too. The Best possible advice however is done to bet on football games. If you do you la find your Money takes a lot of funny bounces. Notre Dame Over californian you Don t have to lie an expert. Alabama Over Georgia take it from Joe Namath his successor Steve Sloan is the Mccoy. Arkansas Ever California state a Interior linemen guard Razorbacks against becoming upset victims. Southern California Over Minnesota trojans Clear their first hurdle. Syracuse Over Navy Orange could be no. I in the East this year. Pittsburg Over Oregon Only because the panthers will be playing in their own backyard. Boston College Over Buffalo the eagles find it too easy though. Also Vilanova Over Toledo Colgate Over Lafayette George open tonight ill a Fly i remember you get double triple Quot so Blue s amps every wednesday at grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary after pension and social Security. What medicare for Hospital expenses yes. But even with All the built in safeguards of modern life against financial disaster in later years a wide Gulf still exists Between barely living and really living. Your savings account is a sure Bridge to life s better things when your earning Power has decreased with advanced age. This Mutual savings Bank has encouraged the Thrift habit far Many years. Two of the ways it does this by paying the highest rate of interest consistent with safety and sound banking principles by pioneering a save by mail program that is both convenient and Safe. Open or add to your savings account. Today interest Credi Ted 4 times recent per year rate 4v/o i Annua my Burlington savings Bank Vermont a largest Bank Burlington Vermont member Federal Deposit insurance corporation Washington Over Temple Gettysburg Over Hofstra and Massachusetts Over Maine. Illinois Over Oregon state a a minis experienced Backfield does it. Nebraska Over Texas christians Cor huskers Are the Best in the big eight so they ought to be Able to take thu. Florida Over Northwestern a the go go gators prevail even on a foreign Field. Michigan state Over . A in a Squeaker. Missouri Over Kentucky a Miz Zous a offensive Backfield makes the difference. Also Iowa Over Washington state Purdue Over Miami Ohio Wisconsin Over Colorado Iowa state Over Drake Indiana Over Kansas state Cincinnati Over Dayton Ohio u. Over West Texas state Bowling Green Over los Angeles state and Xavier Over Kent state. Texas Over Tulane a Warmup for the longhorns. Army Over Tennessee vols miss Steve de Long. Baylor Over Auburn a Terry Southall does the pitching. Michigan Over North Carolina a tar heels in for a Long rough season. Also Georgia tech Over Vanderbilt Louisiana state Over Texas a. And m., Clemson Over North Carolina state West Virginia Over Richmond Citadel Over South Carolina Duke Over Virginia Miami Over Southern methodist William and Mary Over Vii and Mississippi Over Memphis state. Mississippi state Over Houston a bulldogs hampered by injuries last year. Kansas Over Texas tech Jay Hawks will throw More to make up for loss of Gale Sayers. Rice Over Louisiana tech a owls in a Romp. Arizona Over Utah a Wildcat defense still is among the Best. Also Arizona state Over Brigham Young North Texas state Over Texas Western East Texas state Over Abilene Christian and new Mexico state Over Arlington state. Washington Over Idaho a huskies have improved their passing attack. Stanford Over san Jose state a by a bigger margin than last year. Wyoming Over the air Force a Falcons crippled by graduation and cribbing scandal. Stevenson condition Erv poor Boston up a welterweight Boxer Willie pineapple Stevenson of Boston has suffered a setback in his Battle for life at City Hospital. Hospital officials Early today said the condition of the 28-year-old Stevenson who suffered a brain injury saturday night at Boston Arena has gone from Quot poor to very his name remains on the danger list where it was placed Early sunday when he was admitted for neurosurgery. He lapsed unconsciousness while being taken to the Hospital from his Home in the Roxbury Section. Woolworth a extra Large Blanket pieces slightly irregular your Money s Worth mom at Woolworth a fullback up the Middle a that will be the Call frequently this saturday afternoon at alumni Field when the Bennington Catholic High sabers take on the Brattleboro colonels. Bill Brooks gets set to hand off to Alan Plante As halfback John Schneski pulls out to his left. Those feet behind Brooks belong to co Captain Bert Stafford. Hughes Rusiloski readies chs for Tough Home opener by Tom Hughes Bennington Catholic football coach Ben Rusiloski faces quite a task in preparing for saturdays Vermont football conference opener against Brattleboro at alumni Field. Rusiloski poses the problem this Way Quot Brattleboro is known for their dazzle dazzle on both offence and defense there a really no Way of knowing what they will pull. So we have to be ready for just about Advance reports from Brattleboro indicate that the colonels under head coach Andy Natowich a 21-year Veteran on the sidelines Are a Good bet to improve on their 16-6 record in three years of conference Competition. Only Msj with a 21-0-1 slate can boast a better three year record. Brattleboro won six while losing two last season. The colonels who run out of a straight t with flankers will Field a Veteran squad which includes Only two juniors in the starting line up. The line which averages 175 pounds from end to end offers three boys who saw plenty of action in 1964. Jerry Morrisson at end Dana Zelenakas and Don Robinson at guards Are the experienced performers who will be joined by senior Doug Farnham at the other end Ron Stark and Bill Manley at tackles and Rob Farnham at Center. Manley and Rob Farnham Are the Only juniors. In the Backfield Natowich is starting veterans Denny Robinson at halfback Denny Smith at full and Phil Natowich a halfback last season at quarterback. Dave Merrill will operate from the other halfback Slot. The All senior Backfield averages 160 pounds but is billed As very fast. At chs Rusiloski will Field a Young team which lacks experience but is considerably bigger than the colonels. In the line veterans Walt Morrissey and George Hoyt Are the mainstays. Morrissey a 180-Pound senior guard and Hoyt a 190-Pound senior tackle will both play both ways. Junior linemen include Tim Leray at end Louis Tomas at guard and George Stockman at Center. Jim Sauer a 6�?T2�?� Sophomore tackle who weighs at 215, will also go both ways for the sabers. The other end Slot is held Down by senior Pat Moore. A chore for the coaches in their pre game preparation has been finding a helmet Large enough to fit senior defensive tackle Joe Russell. In saturdays opener Russell will be sporting his new Bonnet a custom made size a Marvel. The Backfield running general Mal ors first negro i Tup Boston up a Emmett l. Ashford the first negro Umpire in organized baseball will become the first negro arbiter in the major leagues next Spring. American league president Joe Cronin announced wednesday the Purchase of the 47-year-old umpires contract. Ashford just completed his 12th season in the Pacific coast league. Ashford a los Angeles resident with 15 seasons of umpiring behind him has held the title of Umpire in chief in the pc for the past three seasons. The 5-foot, 7-Inch, 187-Pound Ashford attended Chapman College in los Angeles and began umpiring in professional baseball in the Southwest International league in 1951. After moving up to the Arizona Texas league in 1952, Ashford Umpire in the Western International league in 1953 and advanced to the pc in 1954. Post time a Channel two a nine year old gelding checks the clock at Green Mountain Park in Pownal for the Post time for fridays first race in the tracks 50 Day fall meeting. The meet will run until nov. 13. Green Mountain Park menus Truval Corduroy my in completely washable red Black Blue Tan Green sizes so a Al noon a next to North St. Parking lot ran ii Quot opens at Green min. Pownal a All is in readiness for Green Mountain Parks fall meeting which will open Friday with a 50-Day schedule of daytime thoroughbred racing. Quot Post time throughout the meeting will be 2 . With the Dally double windows closing at 1 55,�?� announced Victor bar Timo vice president and general manager of the Pownal facility. Quot we provide the racing fan with one of the most Beautiful fall settings available anywhere in the . And thus daytime is the natural time for racing Secretary . Bud Sears reports that there will be approximately 900 horses Quot ready to run Quot when racing resumes tomorrow. The jockey corps for the fall meeting will remain intact with a few additions including Billy Wilson leading rider at the recently concluded Scarborough Downs meeting. Wilson will be battling for Riding honors with veterans Phillip Ernst Ward Sigler Tom Thorndike Raymond Pasquarello John Donahue and Art Green. Present plans Call for nine races monday through thursday with to race cards on Friday and saturday. Each program will feature the Dally and twin double the latter being raced As the fifth sixth seventh and eighth races. By from a Wing to will be composed of three juniors and a senior. Co Captain Bert Stafford will be starting at halfback alongside John Schneski. Alan plane will be operating from the fullback spot and Bill Brooks will Call signals. Co Captain Chip Landry will spell Brooks when the opponent has the Ball. Rusiloski has been pleased with the Progress of his charges during their practice period but must wait until saturday for answers to some big questions. With two platoon football taking Over completely in this country the going is rough for the old two Way performers. Yet Rusiloski will feature six of them in his lineup and it remains to be seen whether a second half Sag will result. Also any team with a number of starting sophomores has an equal number of question Marks. Many of these questions will be answered saturday afternoon at alumni Field. The kick off is at 1 30. By Fred Keppler men a the big Bowling tournament of the new season is coming. It is the big american Bowling Congress event to be held in Rochester new York. The starting Date is March 19 and runs through May 21, 1966. This is the Quot world series of Bowling and could very Well be the Quot thrill of a lifetime for you. If you Are a Veteran of tournament Competition or a newcomer to the Trail this is the Opportunity to experience the Quot biggest and the Rochester is less than 300 Miles from Bennington on the new York state thruway. Teams from All Over the world participate in the tournament. There Are three divisions the classic regular and Booster events. The last two Are the most popular. The Booster teams Are limited to a combined average of 850 or less. The regular event has no limit. Remember this is a scratch tournament and the Best bowlers in the world compete in the regular and classic events. The Booster squads Are the Best bet to come out with a few dollars in prize Money. This Booster event is scratch also so the teams should try to get As close to the 850 average Mark As they can. You and your friends need not have bowled together before in order to qualify for entry in the Booster team division. Any five 5 Abc members whose combined average is 850 or less can form a team to compete. A typical Booster team line up might look something like this a Ray smith.163 Bob brown.160 Bill jones.144 Harry ward.155 John bell.181 803 average the Booster teams compete for their own prize Money. For each squad of 40 Booster teams the tentative prize schedule is As follows . 35.00 19. 31.00 2. 90.00 la. 34.00 20. 31.00 3. 75.00 12. 33.00 21. 30.00 4 ,. 65.00 13. 33.00 22. 30.00 5. 55.00 14. 32.00 23. 30.00 6 ,. 15. 32.00 24. 30.00 7,. 45.00 16. 31.00 25. 30.00 8. 40.00 17. 31.00 9. 18. 31.00 $1,080.00 that is a payoff of 25 prizes for 40 entries. In addition there is a separate prize list for the Booster team scores during the tournament with top position tentatively set at $250.00 there is no Booster division for doubles singles and All events however a Booster team member can enter the events under the regular Competition and have his Booster team score count towards All events. Entry fees Are $12.00 per Man per event with a $4.00 optional All events entry fee. Now before you hold Back and say $12.00 per Man to enter the Booster event is Quot too High a i would be willing to bet you will not regret spending one cent of it. This is an unforgettable Bowling experience. The official entry forms Are now out and reservations must be in by the november i closing Date. Team captains and secretaries will have to take it upon themselves to Quot talk it up if they want their league to be represented. Each team Captain should Complete a reservation form and turn it Over to Frank Churchill As soon As possible for the available dates do not stay available too Long. Group participation would be a lot of Bowling fun and or. Mike Ewbank of the Abc tournament entries committee says Quot the staff will be Happy to work with us to secure a suitable now its up to you. The forms Are available at Bennington lanes. Gaffs on the lanes a Steve Nagy s advice to a Star Bowler who ran All kinds of trouble after he got married Quot get a new Ball a or a new a but there was one so so Bowler who developed a top Star Only after he got married. When questioned about this strange turn of events he explained Quot when my wife and i got married we decided we argue and that of we Ever Felt an argument coming on i would leave the House and go bowl ten games and by that time wed forget what we were going to argue about. Now you show me any Bowler who can to become a Star of he bowls 70 games a week a keep pm Rollin. Hants win again dodgers fade Back United press International a two base error by Houston s Walt Bond opened the door for san Francisco a Willie Mccovey to drive in Wlllie Mays from second base and give the red hot giants their 13th straight decision wednesday night with a 3-2 win Over the astros. The Victory kept the league leading giants three and one half games ahead of second place Cincinnati which Defeated new York 2-1. The winning Streak of 13 by the giants is the longest by a giant team since the Miracle year in 1951 when the club won 16 straight. It is also the Best National league Streak of the year and is the Best since 1962 when the dodgers won 13 straight. Mays led off the ninth and was Safe when Bond let his ground Ball go Between his legs right Field for a two base error. Mccovey promptly slapped a line shot Down the first base line which Bond deflected right Field allowing Mays to score from second with the winning run. The Chicago cubs scored three unearned runs for a 8-6 Victory by taking advantage of three los Angeles dodger errors in the fifth inning. It was the third straight loss for the dodgers and their sixth in the last 13 games. Maloney pitched a four hitter to win his 19th game for the reds. The big right hander also struck out eight and walked one also singled Home a second inning run that proved to be the decisive tally of the game. De Kranepool homered for the Metsy run. Shortstop Bobby wines wild throw paved the Way for three unearned runs in the seventh inning and enabled the Milwaukee braves to beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2. Tony Clon Inger went six innings to win his 22nd game for the braves while 17-game Winner Chris Short suffered his 10th loss. Curt flood drove in the five runs with a double and four singles As the St. Louis cardinals dealt the Pittsburgh pirates a 7-3 loss. Bell amp Howell takes the Guesswork out of taking pictures see for yourself Bennington garage 324 main St. Dial 2-5496

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