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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 21, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Ion Bennington Banner saturday september 21, 1963 Beni hosts Windsor today sabers is. Hot Bellows Falls things Don t look Good in area football As the season enters its second week but with seven Long weeks to go and optimism always reigning in the heart of youth and sports followers Hopes of brighter results take the Field with the teams today. At alumni Field the Bennington High school catamounts receive the Challenge of the Windsor yellow jackets. In Bellows Falls the Bennington Catholic High school sabers try their Luck against the terriers. Burr and Burton Hopes to be a poor Host to Poultney in Manchester and Hoosick Falls Central school travels to Salem ., for the hoosiers 1963 opener in the Washington county conference. The catamounts Hope to fare better before the Home town folks than they did in the opener on the Road last week in the Den of the Cosmos of Springfield where Beni lost 59-0. The yellow jackets of Windsor lost a lot of players from their 62 team which compiled a 6-2 record. Besides the loss of key personnel Windsor is operating under a new coach John Fike and that can sometimes mean getting used to new systems of play and a new personality. Windsor was upset by Middlebury last week in the opener 13-7, and showed that they like to throw the Ball As they tossed a score of aerials and completed la. Beni of course also has a Host of inexperienced players and Many of the Jaycees of last year have had to step Way up to varsity level and some have had difficulty with the giant step. Brad Stevens is the Only starter returned from last season and must carry a heavy Load at his fullback Slot. Doug Watkin has come along swiftly at quarterback but still has much to learn at the difficult position. The line must learn to make an extra Effort to compensate for their Lack of skills on both defense and of sense. Chs has the misfortune of opposing a Bellows Falls club which must certainly be feeling High after their win Over big Brattleboro. The passing and smoothness of quarterback Hal Bushway was a main Factor in the terriers initial win As the Veteran signal caller hit seven for nine in the air. The sabers must contain Bushway if they want to upset the ups eters. From their showing in the 26-7 loss to Rutland last week the sabers have a lot to learn in order to improve on the dismal 0-8 record of last year. Yet they also showed spasmodic spurts against the raiders which could be a Promise of better things to come before the end of the season. They will have to be thinking and doing every moment of every game if they want to win in the competitive fac. Burr and Burton got off on the wrong foot against fair Haven last week in the Start of the Marble Valley league losing 39-0. Whether the season just started too soon for the bulldogs or the team was Down because of injuries they were out hustled by the slaters and were never in the game. Senior fullback Mike Zambalis is still out with a sprained knee sustained in a pre season scrimmage with Beni. Poultney is always rough on everyone and the nearly perfect Protection Springfield High school quarterback Bruce Lucius is afforded a ring of blackish Protection against Bennington High school last saturday. The Type of football shown is a reason Why the Cosmos won 59-0, and Why the Green wave is rated As one of the top teams in the state. But the rest of the Vic May have different ideas. Neil Robinson to open his own ski school at Glen Ellen area % Neil Robinsons the Well known ski instructor and director at big Bromley ski school for Many years own ski school at the new Glen in Fayston. Will open Ellen ski his area Fayston a Nell Robinson associated for the past 15 years with big Bromley has announced his resignation As director of the Bromley ski school. Nationally known skier and an examiner of certified professional ski instructors in the East Robinson will direct his own school at the new Glen Ellen ski area in Fayston. Located on the Ridge Between mad riven Glen and sugar Bush the development of Glen Ellen a twin peaks will offer a Complex of skiing terrain for every degree of proficiency from the beginner to expert. The Mountain third highest under ski development in the state of Vermont will offer the greatest vertical descent served by lifts in the Eastern United states. A Large Section of terrain has been set aside for ski school use exclusively and the beginner and Novice areas have been designed so that no Mountain trails will empty into them and interfere with their intended use. All of these facilities will be centrally served from one base area. The first seasons operation will begin in december and will include two of the five intended double chairlifts a to bar eight slopes and a modern base Lodge housing extensive dining facilities a cocktail lounge the Norse House ski shop ski patrol accommodations and Headquarters for the ski school. Molly Stark w soccer slate the Molly Stark league soccer schedule for 1963 is listed below. Two games have already been played with Arlington and Leland and Gray undefeated. All games begin at 4 . Tuesday sept. 24 a North Bennington at Arlington Wilmington at Whitingham and Leland and Gray at Burr and Burton. Thursday sept. 26 a Burr and Burton at North Bennington Arlington at Whitingham and Wilmington at Leland and Gray. Tuesday oct. I a North Bennington at Whitingham Wilmington at Burr and Burton and Leland and Gray at Arlington. Thursday oct. 3 a North Bennington at Wilmington writings Ham at Leland and Gray and Burr and Burton at Arlington. Tuesday oct. 8 a Burr and Burton at Whitingham Leland and Gray at North Bennington and Wilmington at Arlington. Thursday oct. To a Arlington at North Bennington Whitingham at Wilmington and Burr and Burton at Leland and Gray. Tuesday oct. 15 a North Bennington at Burr and Burton Whitingham at Arlington and Leland and Gray at Wilmington. Tuesday oct. 22 a Whiting Ham at North Bennington Burr and Burton at Wilmington and Arlington at Leland and Gray. College football kicks off today defending class i Kings opened last week with a 27-7 Victory Over West Rutland by hard nosed football grinding it out on the ground. The bulldogs of coach Cliff Weymouth will have to be sky High to contain the vaunted Blue devils. Hoosick Falls went to the top of the Washington county conference last year and gained a tie for the Loop with a 6-1 record. There Are few faces remaining from that squad and coach Bud Kenyon will be trying out a relatively unknown ingredient when he runs into the antics of coach Charlie Perry and his unorthodox Grid forces in Salem. The hoosiers of Hoosick Falls May throw a lot More this season with three of the returning members being quarterback Doug Eighmey and ends Dick Lassor and Don Eighmey. The fourth returning starter Taylor Rowland a tackle will not play because of an injured knee. The others will have to retain the instruction thrown at them for the past two weeks in practice and learn to apply it. By the associated press Roger staubach and his ninth ranked Navy teammates apparently Are in for the roughest going in the full list of preseason favourites who launch their College football schedules saturday. Although rated a single touchdown pick on the strength of their lightning Speed and the presence of the talented or. Staubach the roving with read midshipmen face a Bull of a team at Morgantown w. Va., in the mountaineers. The West virginians average 220 pounds in the line and 208 pounds in the Backfield a 15 pounds to the Man More than the midshipmen and have a 200-Pound quarterback named Jerry Yost who threw for 1,134 Yards and la touchdowns last year. Also they re Bent on an upset. The game highlights a program some hockey More football by Charles j. Read or. I Don t really want to jump the gun on sports seasons but with the expanding interest in area ice hockey through the by state league i figured some might be interested in a movie film a How to play better hockey Quot featuring the Boston Bruins and prepared by . Hood and sons in conjunction with their physical fitness program. The film is available to clubs and organizations free of charge. And while on the rink let s listen to a few words from Milt Schmidt Bruins coach and hockey Hall of Famer. A the greatest mistake i made at the Start of my coaching career Quot Schmidt said a was to expect that All of my players would have the same attitude toward the game that i had. A to me every game was a matter of life and death something for which to keep fighting until it was Over. Every practice was a completely serious matter. But All players Don t feel that Way including some players who can be assets to a team. A that mistake i have corrected Quot Schmidt continued a individuals work most effectively for a team if they Are coached As individuals. A coach s biggest Job is gaining the respect of his players. Respect is the basis of discipline. A if a coach has the respect of his players then he is in a position to Deal with the matter of discipline As individual circumstances require. He can be strict or lenient depending on the individuals concerned Quot the Mentor concluded. The philosophy that Schmidt has worked out for himself would appear to be a sensible one for All coaches Bosses and persons of authority to master and apply. Upsets Are fun for some returning to the present sports season it was Good to see a couple of upsets in the first week of the Vermont football conference. Last year we did t have much in the Way of upsets at All in the Vic although some considered Msj a 13-12 Victory Over Brattleboro a reversal of their prediction and thus an upset. But now right at the Start we have supposedly lowly Bellows Falls Knock off the mighty colonels of Brattleboro and by a Good 20-7 margin. They the terriers pulled the trick almost entirely on passing. I am sure some staunch Organ towners will be willing to display the statistics in the coming weeks that the Bratts out gained . 219 to 35 on the ground. But the Only thing that will prove is that the Aerial attack is a prime football Force and can serve As an equalizer. But then Young David proved that a Long while Back did no the the other turn about was closer and Milder As Middlebury held off Windsor 13-7. Last season the yellow jackets had a top notch offence but they have lost a great Deal from that squad whereas Middlebury was a Young team last season. The tigers Only won one game the finale of the season against chs but they apparently gained valuable experience for their opening game Victory was no farce but a hard fought win. We won t see that Middlebury club until oct. 29 when they come to meet Beni at alumni Field. Class l state champions in 1962, it. St. Joseph of Rutland began the season with a win 27-14, Over Rice memorial a non conference game. The mounties could have their hands full this week As they travel to Brattleboro and despite a or maybe because of a the upset at the hands of Bellows Falls the Orga towners could be hungry and dangerous. You too can lose on the National scene the word upset was also prominently displayed in the National football league As the Green Bay packers lost to the Chicago bears 10-3. Those who love to discredit big winners and Are perpetually for the underdog Are now having a Field Day with sarcastic jibes at a the invisible but its Good for the Gate anyway and the knowledge that one team can not stay at the top for too Many years is one of the strongest factors that has helped pro football. Of course it is the draft rules which make this so and baseball especially the american league needs some gimmick of this Type to build attendance by creating better balance among the teams. Justified bribery an Novation comes our Way on the care of football shoes that could perhaps be extended to include All football gear. A Junior High school coach in Tennessee was asked by a dressing room visitor How he kept the squads football shoes in such Good condition. 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Hourihan Toronto shape j. Coville Bell Way g. Burgess Gloria s. C. Mcquigge Annas Way w. Blake Lux mite w. Arthurs aet Prince Hoot fourth Pace i mile�?$5811.60 a Walter c. D. Chandlers Concho w 11 m. Robinson Congress King ii. Story a link c. D. Bromley Mazel i k. Nichols Runnymede Meg c. Masten senator Tefft w. Current miss Vonier i Huff Scot Haven Hornier w. Lamb Marlon Al Volo w. Arthurs Harry Allan vie p. Russo . Chandlers stable entry Kieth Pace i Ensign Bullet Stone chief Ace dares Philip met a by a Wayne c. Rebel land Chick f or bes Roeer Roft milk�?$1200 Al Cov ii Iell. O Connor a. Ambo a. Garnsey i. Huff a. Huffman j. Mccasland pants b a 98 Adams clothes shop Quot shoes too Orff parking in rear of Storf which sees All but one of the top ten teams in the associated press poll in action some against very formidable rivals. The exception is Idle Ohio state which tied with Washington for the no. To spot. Washington plays the air Force at Colorado Springs colo., in the game which will be offered on National to Semens. The Kickoff is 4 30 . Edt lbs to. Southern California unbeaten last year and a solid Choice to repeat As National College Champion plays at Colorado. Mississippi no. 2, is at Memphis state Alabama. No. 3, at Georgia Oklahoma. No. 4, Host to Clemson Northwestern no. Today9 8 pitchers National league Pittsburgh a Veale 3-2 at los Angeles Koufax 24-5 n new York a Jackson 11-17 at san Francisco Bolin 9-5. Philadelphia a Green 6-4 at Houston Farrell 13-13. Milwaukee a Spahn 20-7 at Chicago Jackson 14-16. Only games american league Kansas City a Drabowsky 6-12 at new York Terry 17-14. Washington a Jenkins 0-0 at Baltimore Roberts 13-13 n los Angeles a d. Lee 8-10 at Cleveland Grant 10-14. Chicago a Horlen 9-7 at Detroit Lary 4-9. Minnesota a Stange 10-5 and Siebler 2-0 at Boston Monbouquette 20-9 and Conley 2-4. Scholastic football Windsor at Bennington 1 30 ., alumni Field Bennington Catholic at Bellows Falls Poultney at Burr and Burton Manchester Hoosick Falls ., at Salem It. St. Joseph at Brattleboro Hartford at Middlebury Springfield at Rutland 6, at Missouri Wisconsin no. 7, Host to Western Michigan and Arkansas no. 8, Host in a night game to Oklahoma state. Outside of Navy Oklahoma and Northwestern seem to face the greatest danger of an upset although both Are favored. In Clemson Bud Wilkinson s sooner Are meeting one of the Best teams on the Eastern Seaboard a club that could go on to the Atlantic coast title. Missouri is no setup for Northwestern although the wildcats quarterback Tom Myers is expected to bring them through. Late baseball Minnesota at Boston a postponed rain. Doubleheader saturday. _ Milwaukee too too 000�?0 3 2 Chicago too too of Lxi i 6 i Lemaster and Torre Ellsworth and Schaffer. W a Ellsworth 21-10. La Lemaster 11-12. Home run a Chicago Rodgers 5. _ Chicago too too 001�?2 6 0 Detroit too too 000�?0 2 i Fisher Wilhelm 8 and Carbon. Martin 8 Lolich Faul 8 and Sullivan. We Fisher 9-8. La Lolich 5-9. Pro football the professional football schedule for the weekend is Detroit is. Green Bay Chicago is. Minnesota Pittsburgh is. New York Cleveland is. Dallas Baltimore is. San Francisco Philadelphia is. St. Louis Al Kansas City is. Buffalo Oakland is. Boston Houston is. New York Tulsa wins Tulsa okla. Apr the Tulsa oilers pushed Over three runs in he seventh inning thursday night to beat san Antonio 4-1 and win the Texas league playoffs for the second year in a Row. Bowling Friendship league Whitman a feed store a 3 Monument roofing a i High single a Jones a 191 High triple a Jones a 505 finast a 4 misfits a 0 High single a Restino a 214 High triple a Restino a 580 . Grant a 3 super duper mkt. A i High single a Niles Phillips Sanders a 188 Lauzon s machine shop a i High single a Petit a 208 High triple a Phillips a 492 standings w. L. Whitman a feed store 9 3 Monument roofing 8 4 finast 7 5 misfits 5 7 Grants 5 7 super duper 2 to High triple a Dewey a 515 standings Capellas real estate to 2 Central mkt. 9 3 skunks 8 4 Haw Esso 8 4 Das Choice 7 5 Hawks 6 6 Lauzonis 6 6 Lions 4 8 Lonergan a Thomas 4 8 Fienberg s store Marty s Gulf 4 8 3 9 dad Jolivette 3 9 Southern Vermont league Green Mountain league 3 Capella real estate skunks a i High single a Tetreault a 213 High triple a Tetreault a 542 Das Choice a 4 Lonergan a Thomas a 0 High single �?houghtaling�?214 High triple Houghtaling and Devito a 524 Central mkt. A 3 dad Jolivette a i High single a Lasecki a 235 High triple a Lasecki a 558 Haw Esso a 4 Fienberg store a 0 High single a Billert a 209 High triple a Marcoux a 564 Lions a 3 Marty s Gulf a i High single a Luce a 211 High triple a Luce a 578 Hawks a 3 214 579 212 601 Pownal firemen a i Warren wire a 3 High single a Lauzon High triple a Lauzon Pownal Valley a 0 Tri Mont a 4 High single a Billert High triple a Billert Bellemare so i the villager a 3 High single a herrington�?212 High triple a Loveland a 523 Pauline so 0 Volkswagen a 4 High single a Madden a 220 High triple a Browe a 553 standings Tri Mont to 2 Pownal Valley 7 5 Volkswagen 7 5 Warren wire 6 6 the villager 6 6 Pauline a 5 7 Pownal firemen 4 8 Bellemare s 3 9 Able Cable brings you of Harris football picks Mica in Alabama a. ?8 Georgia a. 0 american International. 14 Vermont a. 6 army. 77 Boston a. 6 California a. 71 Iowa state 13 Colby. 70 Norwich a. 14 Duke a. 14 South Carolina u. 7 Southern California u. 20 Colorado a 7 Syracuse a. 20 Boston c0llege14 Washington Seattle. 14 air Force acad. 7 Wisconsin a. 41 Western Michigan. 6 Hofstra. 20 Springfield. 7 Kansas a. To Texas Christian u. 7 Louisiana state u. 17 Texas a amp m. 7 Maryland a. 13 North Carolina state 7 Massachusetts a. 21 Maine a. 7 Mississippi a. 71 Memphis state. 7 Navy. 71 West Virginia u. 14 Nebraska a. 41 South Dakota state 6 North Carolina u. 21 Virginia. 6 Northwestern a 20 Missouri a. 14 Oklahoma a. 14 Clemson. 7 Oregon state. 20 Utah a. 6 Penn state. 14 Oregon a. 7 installation $ 19.95 an Tenna allowance $10.00 net 317 main St. $9.95 monthly Kent $5.95 Bennington

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