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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 12-Bennington Banner thursday september 19, 1963 dodgers crush cardinals Hopes with 6-5 Victory in 13 innings Perranoski wins 16th in Relief by the associated press Dick Nen was in Oklahoma City tuesday night in St. Louis wednesday night and in seventh heaven today. Nen was the unknown commodity who turned into a valuable piece of merchandise with one swing of his Bat As the National league leading los Angeles dodgers crushed St. Louis Pennant Hopes by edging the second place cardinals 6-5 in 13 innings. A left handed swinger,Nen,23, was in Oklahoma City tuesday playing for Spokane in the Pacific coast league playoffs. With that ended he was called up to the dodgers and joined the club in St. Louis just before the finale wednesday night of the three game series Between the contenders. When the dodgers got involved in a late inning shuffle Nen wound up playing first base. He came up in the ninth inning with the dodgers trailing 5-4 and immediately collected his first major league hit a Home run that tied the score. The dodgers went on to win in the 13th with the help of a two base throwing error by Julian Javier As Relief Ace Ron Perranoski got credit for the Victory that dropped the cardinals four games behind and virtually out of the running. Quot nervous a Nen exclaimed in answer to a question As reporters gathered around in the dodgers dressing room. Quot i was scared stiff. I had no idea id be called Nen who has averaged Only one Homer every 17 games in the pc said he hit a fast Ball Low and inside. Quot i knew i hit it Good but i had no idea it was a Home run until i saw the Umpire give the Home run sign. Quot it was a strange the loss left the cardinals with the almost impossible task of making up five games in the loss column with Only seven games remaining. The dodgers meanwhile will return Home to close out the season with a nine game stand. In other no action wednesday Philadelphia belted the new York mets 5-1 in the last baseball game to be played at the Polo grounds Milwaukee Defeated san Francisco 6-4, the Chicago cubs edged Pittsburgh 2-1 and Houston walloped Cincinnati 8-4. In the american league the Chicago White sox swept a doubleheader from Boston 8-3 and 4-3, Camillo Pascual pitched a two hitter As Minnesota crushed Detroit 10-0, Kansas City edged Washington 5-4 and Baltimore took two from the los Angeles Angels 3-1 and 7-5, with Steve Barber becoming a 20-game Winner in the opener. The american league Champion new York Yankees and Cleveland were not scheduled. The cardinals built a 5-1 Lead on a two run Homer by Charley James in the second inning off Pete Richert and a three run third inning capped by Curt floods two run double. Cardinal starter Bob Gibson took the Lead and a four hitter into the eighth. A two run single by Tommy Davis and a sacrifice Fly by Willie Davis brought the dodgers to within one run then Nen tied it in the ninth. Perranoski 16-3, took Over in the eighth and checked the card nals on three hits until the dodgers finally broke through against Lew Burdette 9-12, in the 13th on a single by Willie Davis the throwing error by Javier who stumbled As he fielded Dick Tracewski a grounder and a grounder by wilis on which the speedy Davis sped Home. More Money for television Golf stars new York apr the golfing Rich Are going to get Richer while the television cameras grind away. A new to tournament with at least $150,000 in prize Money for 32 of the leading Golf pros has been announced by lbs. The winning team in the tourney to be filmed for television and shown on a delayed basis will receive at least $50,000. It might be increased lbs said. The rest of the Money will be spread Down the list. The tournament will have 16 two Man teams almost All the top players except Arnold Palmer and Gary player who have a television series of their own. Golf amateurs and pros now closer on rules new York apr Hopes of a worldwide Golf code appear doomed but . Amateurs and professionals Are getting closer together on a uniform set of playing standards. This was the general reaction today to the announcement by the . Golf association that it is making four amendments effective Jan. I 1964, which Are at variance with the rules adopted by the Royal and ancient club of St. Andrews. The general effect is this while Golf will be played differently in Britain and the United states it will look More like one game in this country. The new rules softening the penalties on unplayable lies and by local option on out of Bounds emergency Battery Cable Only g22 if Battery Dies Start without i pushing. A a a must if you i have automatic transmission i Friday saturday Economy Auto stores 530 main St. Bennington it. Dial 2-6226 free delivery Are More in line with those used by the pros on the professional golfers association tour. They also should be welcomed by the lowly duffers. They Cut Down the costs of mistakes. The Royal and ancient which a presides Over the sacred ground where the game supposedly was born and the . Golf association make the rules by which most of the world plays the game. The pea which runs the multimillion Dollar tour which has spawned such links capitalists As Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick Laus has been operating under still a different set of standards. Here Are the four Basic changes in the Urga rules not supported by the r amp a 1. Fla stick a Ball striking an unattended Fla stick when played from the putting Green or within 20 Yards of the Hole will be a penalty of loss of Hole in match play and two strokes in stroke play. At present and under the r amp a code there is no penalty. 2. Unplayable Ball the penalty to be Cut from two strokes to one stroke for dropping the Ball from an unplayable lie. As an alternative a Ball May be dropped within two club lengths of the Point where the unplayable Ball Lay. The alternative of stroke and distance is retained. 3. Provisional Ball May be played Only for a Ball which is lost or out of Bounds and May not be played for a Ball which is unplayable or in a water Hazard. The r amp a code will allow a provisional Ball for a Ball lost out of Bounds or unplayable. 4. Local rules. Local committees will be permitted to make certain provisions dealing with local conditions. On an out of Bounds a Ball May be dropped under penalty of one stroke within two club lengths of the place where the original Ball last crossed the Boundary line. Floor Sander rentals just received our new heavyweight Porter Cable Sander for the Best Job try this new Mach Ine. Paper paint and All accessories h. Greenberg amp son inc 321 main St. Dial 2-6324 or 2 6325 Bennington it. Dodgers Chuck choke charge Alston and the boys have guts St. Louis to. Apr the triumphant dodgers today had finally Laid to rest the choke up charge that has followed them since they lost the 1962 National league Pennant to san Francisco. Walter Alston a vindication Bent los Angeles club All but buried valiant St. Louis Pennant Hopes in Busch stadium wednesday night with a come from be Lotus Fords is. Indy ars in Trenton Trenton . A vowing to prove that their roadster Type Speedway cars Are Superior to the vaunted British Lotus Fords Indianapolis Speedway 500 mile race victors Rodger Ward a. J. Foyt Troy Ruttman Pat Flaherty and Parnelli Jones will be among american Hopes to capture the 200 mile Sac Fia National Auto racing championship sunday at the new Jersey state fair on the Trenton Speedway. The overseas creations piloted by 1963 world Road racing Champion Jim Clark of Scotland and Dan Gurney Costa Mesa cal., have been running roughshod Over Yankee aces both at the Indianapolis Speedway and at the Wisconsin state fair in Milwaukee. Ward and Flaherty both of Speedway Indiana Foyt sensational texan and Ruttman Dearborn Michigan giant though admitting the sports car Type of racer the Lotus Fords have certain features that give them an Edge elsewhere maintain Quot the Long straight always and Tricky turns at Trenton May equalize the Battle Ward and Foyt each has won three major Trenton Speedway classics none at 200 Miles though. The first annual double Century championship presented last september at the annual state fair was captured by Veteran Don Branson Champaign Illinois. Flaherty is the Only entrant to wheel a rear engined Chevrolet powered racer giving Rise to a Duel Between the two giant Auto manufacturers in America Hind 6-5 Victory in 13 innings that left 25,975 Redbird rooters stunned and speechless the dramatic Victory gave the dodgers a sweep of the three game series Here and boosted their first place Lead Over the cards to four games. The team that had to listen to such cruel taunts As Quot choke up artists and Quot quitters heard nothing but Praise As they left this City for los Angeles where they need win Only five of their nine remaining games to earn the right to meet the new York Yankees in the world series. It was a wildly joyous and defiant group of dodgers who whooped it up in the visitors clubhouse wednesday night. They cheered Ron Perranoski whose Brilliant pitching through six unless Relief innings kept the dodgers in the game. They hailed a newcomer Dick Nen who hit a game tying ninth inning Home run in his first major league game. They lauded Tommy Davis who . St. Louis san fran. Phila. Milwaukee Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh Houston new York National league w. L. 94 59 pct. . .614 a 91 64 83 70 81 72 81 73 81 74 77 77 72 81 59 94 49 104 .587 4 .542 la .529 13 .526 131/2 .523 14 .500 171/2 .471 22 .386 35 .320 45 wednesdays results Philadelphia 5, new York i Milwaukee 6, san Francisco 4 los Angeles 6, St. Louis 5 13 innings Houston 8, Cincinnati 4 Chicago 2, Pittsburgh i today a games no games scheduled fridays games Milwaukee at Chicago St Louis at Cincinnati n Philadelphia at Houston n Pittsburgh at los Angeles n new York at san Francisco n american league . Too 53 .654 a Chicago 88 65 .575 12 Minnesota 87 67 .565 13i/2 Baltimore 81 72 .529 19 Detroit 74 7b .487 25i/2 Cleveland 73 81 .474 21v2 Boston 73 82 .471 28 Kansas c. 69 83 .454 30i/2 . 68 86 .442 321/2 Washington 53 99 .349 46v2 a a clinched Pennant wednesdays results Chicago 8-4, Boston 3-3 Minnesota to Detroit 0 Kansas City 5, washington4 Baltimore 3-7, los Angeles 1-5 Only games scheduled today a games Detroit at Minnesota Baltimore at los Angeles Only games scheduled fridays games Chicago at Detroit los Angeles at Cleveland n Washington at Baltimore n Kansas City at new York 2 twi night Minnesota at Boston n real world champions coach red Auerbach prepares to toss a King size basketball to his Boston celtics As they Start practice for a sixth straight world championship today. The 21-ton Model of world 28 feet in diameter is at Babson Institute Wellesley. Mass., where celtics get in shape for a season without Bob Cousy. Backing up Auerbach who finally decided Glove was too big for available baskets Are i. To a . Jones Sam Jones Jim Loscutoff Willie Naulls Clyde Lovellette and Bill Russell. A photo Boston red sox stagger into seventh Stuart gets another Yaz has three hits Boston apr the red sox staggered Back to Boston today after losing a three game series in Chicago and falling to seventh place in the american league standings Only 2vz games out of eighth. Rookies Gary Peters and Pete Ward and Veteran Joe Cunningham had leading roles in the twin downfall As the White sox swept a twi night doubleheader 8-3 and 4-3. Peters trying to become the leagues first 20-game Winner As a Rookie in nine years went the distance in the Nightcap holding Boston to six hits while registering his 19th Triumph. Ward hit his 21st and 22nd Home runs one in each game. And Cunningham delivered Pinch Sixte with the bases loaded in the last of the ninth for the Nightcap Victory. The red sox had tied the second game in the top of the ninth on roman Mejiasr infield hit Bob Tillman a sacrifice bunt and Chuck schillings single to Center. But Boston reliever Dick Rad Atz who gave up wards three run Homer in the eighth inning of the opener the White sox breaking up a tight game failed again in the second game. He relieved Arnold Earley with runners on first and second one out in the last inning and walked Grover Jones to fill the bases and gave up Cunningham a single past second base. The red sox have today off and play the Minnesota twins at Fenway Park tomorrow night. Dick Stuart stayed ahead of Minnesota a Harmon Killebrew in their Home run Battle. Stuart hit no. 41 off Ray Herbert in the first game while Killebrew hit his 40th As the twins beat Detroit. The White sox went ahead for keeps in the fifth inning of the first game former red sox outfielder Gene Stephens starting a two run rally by walking. The runs came in on Cunningham a sacrifice Fly and a Force play. Chicago never trailed in the Nightcap. Stephens had four for six in the two games. Carl Yastrzemski had three slate in the first game and was rested in the second game. Mystery conf using rumours surround Liston a return got the key hit a two run single in a three run eighth inning that closed the Cardinal Gap to 5-4. They hugged Willie Davis who ignited the winning rally in the 13th with a single and embraced Maury wills who drove Willie Home with the winning run. Quot there Isnit a Gutter team in baseball a shouted Don Drysdale the team s Ace right hander who earlier had vowed to make the choke up critics eat their words. Quot All this choke up talk just made us that much More determined to win it a snapped Wally Moon. Sharing the Center of the stage with Perranoski in the dodger clubhouse was Nen 23, a left handed hitting first baseman from Wilmington calif., who Only two years ago was playing at Reno Nev. Quot i was scared stiff when or. Alston told me to go in As a Pinch hitter a the tall dark haired youngster admitted. Quot i had no idea id play. I just figured id sit Denver apr heavyweight Champion Sonny Liston Back Home suddenly and mysteriously from a British exhibition boxing tour says he is Quot ashamed to be in but he does no to say Why any More than he will explain what prompted him to break off his successful overseas swing and hop a Jet flight Home. Asked Why he was ashamed to be Here the worlds Champion said wednesday night Quot you ought to be Able to figure that and when asked whether it was financial or family matters that brought him Back he retorted Quot that a getting just Plain Liston left British boxing circles buzzing wednesday with his sudden departure. A boxing writer for a London newspaper said the Champion had a Tiff with his adviser Jack Nilon who denied this was so. The midlands inspector of the British boxing Board of control William Cotterill said Liston had accused him of Quot sending a two broads up to his room but that he convinced the Champion it Wasny to True. Sonny himself he was leaving because of the illness of his daughter Eleanor 12, at Home in Denver. The mention of the girl was something new in itself. It had not been known that Liston was a father. At the Liston residence in Northeast Denver the champions wife of nine years Geraldine said the girl is Liston a daughter a and her stepdaughter and that the child was in Good health and attended school wednesday. Nilon and Liston a sparring partner Foneda Fox made another swirl in the conflicting rumours stirred up by the champions abrupt flight. They said Sonny had not one but two daughters and that the older one Mary is 17. This would mean Liston fathered a child when he was about 13. He is now 29, according to ring the boxing Magazine or 30. Honeymoons Over a will braves move again Milwaukee apr the Milwaukee braves Quot Miracle is faced with a Quot Busty ending and Community leaders Are feeling the Pinch of a shoe on the wrong foot. Eleven years ago Milwaukee lured the braves from Boston by presenting owner Lou Perini an ultimatum move or Well get another club. Now Milwaukee is threatened with loss of its major league baseball franchise. A Syndicate of Young businessmen headed by Bill Bartholomay purchased the braves from Perini for $5.5 million last fall. Although financially Independent As individuals the new owners borrowed most of the Purchase Money. Now financial pressure has been applied on Bartholomay and his partners. As Milwaukee attendance dwindles they Are faced with a tremendous decision. Other cities especially Atlanta and san Diego Are making fabulous offers to get the braves. The braves were welcomed with open arms when they came to Milwaukee. Players and club officials were showered with gifts and hailed by baseball fans hungry for major league status. The braves Drew 1,826,937 fans in their first season at county stadium. They attracted More than two million in each of the next four years hitting2,215,004 while winning the National league Pennant in 1957. Milwaukee repeated As league Champion in 1958, but attendance slipped to 1,971,101. Home turnouts have fallen off Ever since. Last year Only 766,927 paid admissions were recorded and with Only five Home dates left this season the count is 30,000 behind that Low total. Bartholomay says he can to Quot imagine the braves playing outside Milwaukee. John Mchale club president and general manager As Well As an owner says Only that any decision must be made by the Board of directors. Meanwhile reports persist that the braves already Are committed to Atlanta for the opening of the 1964 season. The braves officially Safe that no commitment has been made. Mchale met with county executive John Doyne for an hour and a half wednesday. Mchale said the meeting was merely to provide Doyne information on what the braves need to Quot break even in Milwaukee. Boston University halfback spent two years in concentration Gamp by the associated press Sophomore halfback Lep Pav Low of Boston University wont feel ill at ease when surrounded by army men at Michie stadium saturday in their football opener. For the 20-year-old new Haven Conn., boy once was surrounded by German army men. That was in 1943, after Pavlow s family fled the ukrainian town of a Benka during world War ii. Leo and his Mother spent two years in a nazi concentration Camp until the allies liberated it in 1945. They were reunited with the rest of the family in Belgium and came to the United states in 1953. Quot i never played any football until my Sophomore year at Hill House High in new Haven a Pav Low said. Quot but i had watched plenty of football on television and wanted to try it. Quot we won the state title with an 8-1 record my senior year. I scored 58 Points but the big Star was Floyd Little who scored 138 Points. He now is a freshman at Pavlow 6-foot and 185 pounds wanted to enter the air Force Academy but though he Speaks five languages his English kept him out. He is an aeronautical engineering major at Boston University. Dartmouth lost the biggest player in the Ivy league yesterday when 6-foot-8, 274 Pound tackle Norm Christianson was forced to withdraw from football. Christianson a Junior suffered a hip injury in High school at w Ell speak horses rift in Springfield West Springfield mass. A the team of , Wellspeak of Bennington won the 3,600-Pound class in the first Days events of the Eastern states exposition horse draw before a Large crowd Here wednesday drawing a 14,600 Pound Load. Robert cranes team of Surry ., won top honors in the 3,000 Pound class pulling 14,600 pounds. The 3,200 Pound and Quot free for ally events will be held tomorrow. Summary of events 3,000 Pound class i. Robert Crane Surry 2. Jeff Reed Raynham mass. 3. Jeff Reed Raynham mass. 4. Melvin Degrasse Chester 5. Ray Thomas White River Junction 3. William Joe Joe Lee mass. 7. Walter Sll key North Granby Conn. 3,600 Pound class i. . Wellspeak Bennington 2. Hay and Anderson Whately mass. 3. Roberts bros., Ashfield mass. 4. Eugene Bainville Baltic Conn. 5. Robert Crane Surry. N.h., Madison wise., Ana the mishap has been recurrent. Indians coach Bob Blackman said Christianson was Quot too per cent improved Over his freshman he did not play football As a Sophomore. Harvard which ended 2v2 weeks of double sessions yesterday has a closed scrimmage with Tufts set for tomorrow Friday at Harvard stadium. Crimson coach John Yovicsin said he is pleased with the development of his end squad particularly Junior Paul barring or who has moved to the first unit in the absence of Frank Ulcickas. Ulcickas has been hampered with a Groin injury. Starting halfback Jim of Shaughnessy of Lexington mass., had a Good reason for being half an hour late for practice at the University of new Hampshire yesterday. Of Shaughnessy was applying for a marriage License. Hell miss saute Day a scrimmage at Bates but will rejoin the team As a Benedict monday. Sophomore guard Pete Tosi of Beverly mass., has been shifted to end at Norwich. Coach Bob Priestley said his end squad was weakened when Junior veterans Joe Weller and Tony Morel i decided to quit football. Four of the six remaining ends Are Sophs. Home Type Battery chargers 4 Ampere Charger charges both 6 and 12 Volt batteries at a 4 Ampere rate which will recharge the average banter in from 5 to 14 hours. 19.95 Bennington garage main Street Bennington according to Ben Bentley his aide. But Liston has offered no Light on his age his parental state his relations with boxing associates and officials or his reason for returning stateside. The Champion was slow rising from his seat after his Jet landed at the Denver Airport. He made up for the delay by striding at a near run Down the loading ramp and into the concourse at the terminal. He swung a heavy Black Cane As he loped and he treated reporters like a pack of unworthy contenders pestering him for a match. He stopped suddenly and announced Quot in a ashamed to say that in a in but Wasny to it the British with whom he was supposed to be angry Quot you should see the Way they treated me a the Champion replied. Quot it made me ashamed to be from his Only approach to an explanation of his return was Quot Well i have favor Over trick for Brown Jug Delaware Ohio apr ten of americans Premier harness racing horses and one from Canada were set to go after the second jewel of pacing a triple Crown today the Little Brown Jug. Ideal weather and a crowd of 35,000 were in Prospect. Over trick 5-2 favorite on the Early line and Meadow skipper Winner of the Cane futurity a first of the triple were rated the horses to watch in the classic / for 3-year-Olds. Canadas country Don was rated at 3-1 along with Meadow skipper. The Winner could be known anytime from mid afternoon to near dusk. That a because the Winner must prevail in two heats. If two heats produce two victors a third heat ensues. If yet a third horse finishes in front the three heat leaders stage a deciding race off. The losers wet a Chance to be heard Dallas apr the losers have a right to be heard and besides think of All those wonderful alibis. At least the Alibi club of Dallas has been organized for the express purpose of listening to a loser each week. There Are 150 members and the Fellows will meet each tuesday during the football season at the Dallas athletic club. They can to plan the programs in Advance because they can to invite a coach before he has lost his game of the week. Quot that would be insinuating that he was going to lose and the coach would t like that a said George Lee athletic director of Dac and one of the prime movers in organizing the club. Coach Hayden Fry of Southern methodist University would have gotten a lot of Benefit out of the club had it been organized last year. He lost eight games. That would be eight free meals. Authentic Pendleton authentic scotch tartans too Black watch illustrated As Thrifty a Button Down shirt As you la Ever own. The ioo0,Var Kin Wool wears and wears. Looks Good All the while. Machine washable. Sizes 141 2-17. $14.95. V Wark Antio to Al a Pendleton always a Kuin Wool Adams clothes shop

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