Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 16 1965, Page 13

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 16, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Skins. Browns meet i n feat u re nil la or Bennington Banner thursday september 16, 1965-13 by Bob Serling United Prest International Washington up a the Washington redskins find out in a hurry sunday if their dreams of ending a 20-year championship drought stand much Chance. Those dreams collide with the reality known As the world Champion Cleveland Browns poised powerful and even improved Over the 1964 team that clobbered mighty Baltimore in the National football leagues title game last year. Washington is one of two nil Eastern conference teams being classed As legitimate challengers for the division Crown. The St. Louis cardinals Are the other in what appears to be a below Par Loop for the new season. The Browns rate a four Point favorite although open the �?T65 Campaign with two key injuries on their High powered offensive unit. Wide end Paul Warfield still is out of action from an injury suffered in the College All stars game in August and his replacement a Clifton Mcneil is doubtful because of strained knee ligaments. Big Tom Hutchinson or Walter the Flea Roberts will Start at the wide end Post and the redskins Are expected to concentrate their defensive efforts on flanker Gary Collins and a Guy named Jim Brown who plays fullback. Saratoga results v stat. Timi i tfx frat a him 8 a a or oud flt 9 40 8 1 it 4 40 3 of a n <1�?Poe a t r had a our be it boy. Poy a 40 2 0 7 a Quot 2 00 2�&Quot i of for to v doubt f-3� pm 44 40 of Iron per he if a fourth Trot 5 Horry m a b Oik or to Van fifth pot hit 500 i do a Tor cosh Chen t v Oroy or r Tim ii. Int 4<5 to it a 0 i 60 i of 2 to i it Baum i so. Sue to 5 i 1 to 4 to 3 40 4 to Pont Loo to 20 4 to i to tall 3 40 2 0 5 to lift a but. 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Arloo a 0 Shadow Lold charming Chic Houston Eupr is Tim ? a i 5 attendance 2 00 handle a sitting same a a some Happy individual will be the proud owner of a sitting Sam a a seven year old Bay gelding to be awarded sunday to Benefit the auxiliary of Mary Mcclellan Hospital Cambridge , the event will take place on the Washington county fair grounds As part of the new York state Quarter horse show. Quarter Morse show to Benefit Hospital Cambridge .�? the new York state Quarter horse association will hold its fall show at the Washington county fair grounds sept. 18 and 19. The show beginning at 8 30 . Saturday and i . Sunday will Benefit the Mary Mcclellan Hospital building fund. The first Days program includes classes of stallions and mares 1961 and before geldings before 1960, get of sire produce of dam. Showmanship at Halter by youths open calf roping reining by youths Western pleasure Junior open cutting barrel race senior reining and Western Riding. A Buffett supper will be served on the grounds at 5 . Pleasure senior open cutting barrel race Ebra Western plea sure youth working co horse Novice cutting barrel race youth Junior reining and registered calf roping. Herbert red Hoover chairman of grounds will arrange bedding for competing horses. Hoover and a Sandy the wonder horse will perform during the show. General co chairmen Are mrs. Richard Ross and mrs. Burton t. Woodward. Mrs. Harold Ehrenfreund is in charge of refreshments. The committee suggests that anyone who has never witnessed a Quarter horse show should come and View the intelligence and agility of these horses. The show will be conducted according to aha rules. Lickers Ira a i Lead rack Iii Amateur half tourney Tulsa okla. Up a Jim Vickers and Jim Grant an oilman and a College boy carried a one stroke Lead into the second round of the 69th National Amateur Golf tournament thursday but favorite Deane Beman was among a half dozen golfers applying heavy res sure. Grant 23-year-old University of Houston Star from Wethers coming to the Arlington variety store phone 375-6427 monday sept. 20 a Complete line of King bakery products delivered daily from Cambridge new Youk pies Rolls cookies donuts Field conn., and Vickers a 36-year-old Wichita kan., Oil firm executive played Early wednesday and recorded identical two under Par 34-35�?69�?Ts before the big Field wore Down the greens and the temperature Rose to too degrees. The big Field of 150, which stretched play out so Long the final twosome quit the 18th Hole because of darkness will be Cut to the Low 60 scorers be Cut to the Low 60 scorers and ties after thursdays round. Saratoga entries f rtt Poe m a 500 May Down h shot a 2 Silver siv1 f Lora ech 3 Prince a or. Al 4 foil Mead v forty r Lobar be 5 Frankie s boy 0. Co e a Wiota time d Huff 7 Mitsue a Langtry Coo Rader e Covolt or rebel land abbe of rebel land Pride second Pac Mil 500 1 Somo Burk t. 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Richards Wally boy d. Bromley of Afton Costie twins take 3 hours to beat a a 7-5 Al Pennant in sight 6 games away United press i,.ternational the Minnesota twins swept to within six victories of the american league Pennant wednesday with a Marathon three hour 7-5 Victory Over the Kansas City athletics. It was the twins seventh straight Victory. The a a battled Back from a 5-1 deficit to tie the score in the top of the eighth inning. But the twins retaliated with two runs in their half of the eighth to win. Rookie Ted Phlander singled Home the go ahead run and another Pinch hitter Joe Nossek drove in an extra tally with another single. The twins rally tagged John Wyatt with the defeat. He walked Don Mincher with one out in the eighth and Rich Rollins and Uhlaender singled for runs. Don Mossi relieved and Nossek greeted him with a single that scored Rollins. John Klopstein fourth of five twin pitchers picked up his eighth Victory. The a a also used five pitchers. Dave Mcnally a five hit pitching and Boog Powell a fifth Homer in his last five games carried the Baltimore orioles to a 3-2 Victory Over the Detroit tigers. Mcnally allowed a Lead off Homer in the second inning to Willie Horton and a roundtrip per by Norm Cash to Start the ninth. Powell a blast came with one on in the first off loser Dennis Mclain. Lou Clinton a Pinch Homer and a three run blast by Chuck Hinton carried the Cleveland indians to an 8-4 comeback Victory Over the Boston red sox. Steve Hargan hurled the last three innings allowing just one hit to win his fourth game in seven decisions for Cleve land. Dennis Bennett 5-4 was the loser. Danny Cater Bill Skowron and Pete Ward accounted for six runs and enabled the Chicago White sox to trip the California Angels 8-1 in the first game of a doubleheader. The White sox and Angels clashed Iii the Nightcap. Better than Sunshine it Mil electric Stop in today Cin i Rai Vermont Public service corp. Green Mumm pm Quot Daysi starts tomorrow to big races special racing cards a Post time 2 00 pm daily double closes 1 55 pm daily double twin double heated Glass enclosed one mile from win Wmstown. Mass on . Route 7 6000 free seats it firm 7 Pownal. Vermac to or Rpu Atins no minors admitted Mountain Park 7-Pownal. Vermont for reservations 802 823 7311 one mile from Williamstown mass 6 . Legs All lean Cut up stewing beef 79 Swift s Premium sliced Bacon Quot homemade sausage Fleischmanns Margarine Quot it beechnut baby food strained jello All varieties 3 a pkg. Dole pineapple juice 46 of. Libby a sauerkraut 89< 69< 3 s1.00 12 3 a 25 3 m.00 2 39c peaches la. 17< lettuce Heads 25< Green giant peas or giblets 2 35 303 site 12oz. Frozen food River Valley strawberries . 3 for swifts Brookfield a butter Chicken of these tuna tide giant size Ivory liquid a a it a a a a Barbecue Chicken 1.29 mince pie 59< see try 6�?T< fillet sole 79 swordfish Steak 89 j of. To 69< 79< air conditioned r a open thursdays 4 fridays till 9 . School Street Market 9 to 9 wed., thurs Pri. 9 to 6 mon., tues., Sot. Benmore North St. Shopping Ploza Bennington prices ire bom elsewhere Quot automated . Bigger buying Power per duper Market depot Street Bennington it. I i

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