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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 24, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 6-Hennington Banner Friday september 24, 1965twins could erase magic 3 this weekend More confusion insight for no contenders 4 / w ii / end of Moose Chase a a 1,000 Pound Bull Moose takes shelter in Back Cove in Portland me., after Portland police chased him from a backyard in the City. Crowds gathered on the Shore As the Moose remained in the Cove for four hours. Despite efforts of game Warden Ray Curtis to guide the animal safely to Shore the Moose frightened by the noise and confusion finally drowns United press International this is the weekend when the National league race could become chaos and the american league race should become history. Almost any combination of events is possible in the National league with the san Francisco giants los Angeles dodgers and Cincinnati reds Only 3 i games apart with to Days to go. Best bet is another heart Stop per like in 1964 when a triple tie was possible on the final Day of the season. This should be the weekend of decision in the american league however where the Minnesota twins have Only to achieve a magic number of a three Quot to wrap up their first Pennant. The twins could Clinch As Early As tonight and will be sorely disappointed of they Haven t popped the Cham Nagine by sunday night. San Francisco and los Angeles have the . Pennant stage to themselves tonight with the giants opening a three game series with the Milwaukee braves and the Dodg ers starting a three game set against the St. Louis cardinals while the reds Are Idle. Both the giants and dodgers play their remaining to games at Home and the reds play their remaining nine games on the Road. The giants have scheduled Ron Herbel 11-7 to pitch against the braves Tony clo Ninger 22-10 tonight and the dodgers have Claude Osteen 15-14 going against the cardinals Bob Gibson 18-11. The giants and dodgers face three common opponents the twins Power presents to Ujah pitching problem de. North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont Yor Garden tomatoes 16 of. Can 4 for 3 share in in Seattle Seattle Wash. Up a Gary Bauer is nearly $130,000 behind Jack Nicklaus in winnings this year but the Little Guy carried a one stroke Lead Over big Jack going into today a second round of the $45,000 greater Seattle open Golf tournament. Bauer Bob Mccallister and Charles Coody each had first rounds of 68, four under Par on the 6,707 Yard Inglewood course. Nicklaus and six others were bunched at 69, a step ahead of nine pros who came in at 70. Nicklaus whose $134,045 accumulation thus far in 1965 rates As the most any golfer has earned in a single season was moderately satisfied with thursday s 34-35. Bauer was overjoyed with his 33-35. A you should hear the scream to Gal. Hot water Heater h. Greenberg amp son inc. �?~62 50 321 main St. Dial 2-6325 Bennington it weekend special roast stuffed Duck with Orange sauce $2.00 breaded pork chop with Spaghetti $1.75 Complete dinners ver month Esi a u h a n i North Street Bennington it. Sony transistor radio gives you l a pounds. Quot packed with Power a i tfm-916 a Heth in in at a Mere of a pounds this pm am portable features a transformer less output circuit for practically distortion free sound and Mes Type transistors for Ultra sensitivity. Has tone control dial Light slide Rule dial multiplex and recorder jacks. Complete with batteries earphone Case. Am pm Only $49.95 Bennington garage corp. Main St. Bennington it. Because tie owner lives co of state and is not i4>le to look Otter the property i will sell Oil of the personal property Ond real estate at 17-1r Meadow Street Rutland Vermont. Public auction saturday september 25, 1965 i Loo . Sharp 17-19 Meadow Street Rutland Vermont formerly Romano s bakery personal property six Shell Century Oil fired reforms oven Brood Slicer benches roller bread Racks troys tins. Scales mixers dough boxes Molder Ond a Tow other items. Reel estate property formerly the location of Romano s bakery Ond Del Bronco s bakery at 17 in Meadow Street Rutland vt., consists of approx so acres with s3 1 frontage there Ore two with the Toto frontage about 5,000 Square feet Ond upstairs bos o six a Nam apartment there is a storm Boner which Hents the bakery Cree Ond tip Tours is heated by space Heaters this property Hod Ert Mohy hem uttered of i Coo but owner is now anxious to dispose of >1 Ond will sacrifice int Nee Ion 0-lt Day of Sot or previously by contacting Joseph r Bove Agency i South main Street Rutland. It terms cosh on personal property real estate today of Sac balance in 34 Days owner reserves the right to reject ony Ond bids on the real estate. Owner mrs. Phiip Mma Volente auctioneer Joseph r. Bove i South mom St., Rutland a to a Tai. 77s-43m Ray Lead tourney ing in the locker room a said Bauer who stands 5 feet 6 inches and weighs 118 pounds. A they say How can you shoot 68?�?T there la be More screaming i Bauer is 24, in his second year on the pro circuit and most of his $4,000 plus earnings this year have come in the last to weeks. A a in a not greedy Quot the Fresno calif., golfer told reporters after thursdays round a i just Hope i can pick up a pay Check every week. I la never be a Jack Nicklaus or an Arnold Palmer. I done to have the strength. But i think i can make a living at the game. I have to realize my limitations and make the most of my Chip and putt Chis i exhibition season Seattle Wash. Up a twelve members of the world Champion Boston celtics flew Here today to open a 15-game preseason exhibition schedule. The celtics were to play the los Angeles lakers tonight without the services of Veteran Corderman Tom Sanders and Sophomore Mel counts. Sanders who is nursing pulled Back Muscles was expected to join the club in Raleigh n.c., oct. 6 after missing the clubs first eight exhibition games. Counts who broke his right wrist a week ago in practice will remain in Boston and workout at the Cambridge Myca. The exhibition schedule which includes three two game tournaments with three other National basketball association clubs ends in Springfield mass. Oct. 13 when the celtics play Baltimore in the 2nd annual Hall of Fame game. The celtics open regular season play oct. 16 at the Boston Garden against the Cincinnati royals. By Milton Richman new York up a the first thing they do before those world series a Summit Quot meetings is make sure they shut the clubhouse door. These Skull sessions Are something of a ritual prior to every world series and the ballplayers laughingly refer to each of them As a the Dally that s because no Ball club Ever loses during these meetings. All they Ever do is win. Only the other Side loses. No outsiders Are permitted. That s Why they shut the door. Standing there on the outside you occasionally get the feeling they s re discussing some deep dark state secret inside but they Ever do is go Over the Strong Points and weak Points of the rival hitters. That s traditional. And since its also traditional that no one really has any lock on the information Here straight from the fee Box is pretty much the Way the san Francisco giants will kick it around when they close the door and catalogue Minnesota s hitters two weeks from now Tony Olivaz As Good a hitter As there is in baseball. That s right in baseball. Hits to left right Center and even backwards. Bust him in on the hands and take your chances. Extremely difficult to fool. Only weakness speaking English. Zollo Versalles twins Best around player. Shows Best Power on High pitch. That s the one hell occasionally hit out of the Park. Keep him off the bases. He s always a problem on them. Jimmie Hall Good hitter but somewhat weak against left handed pitching. Move the Ball around on him keep it away and done to give him anything he can pull. Harmon Killebrew eats up fastball pitchers. Has enough Power for three men. Sliders give him the most trouble. Bob Allison weak on breaking balls. Hits the fastball and change up without too much trouble though. Throw him curves and sliders and keep them Down. Earl Battey hang a curve or get behind him and hell Hurt you. Hits the pitchers mistakes. Much More effective against off Speed pitches than he is against the Good Hummer. No Bob Hayes getting Down the line. Richie Rollins a keep jamming him. Does t handle the real Good fastball in on his hands. Likes the Ball Over the plate. Don mini term one of the better hitters on the club and a Tough Man to pitch to. Hits everything fastball curve and change up. Weaker on defense than he is on offence. Sandy Valdespino try to get him off stride by moving the Ball around on him. Does t take too Many pitches. Will swing at strikes. Runs Well and always Hustles. Frank Quilici still troubled by hard throwers. Not much Power. Hits curve balls better than fastballs at times. Joe Nossek fair Power with average Speed. Plato Ned a lot so he s far stronger against left handers than he is against right handers. Jerry Zimmerman Good receiver but weak offensively and has Little Power. If you keep the Ball in and tight on urn hell rarely Hurt you. Jerry Kindall a Fine team player but one of the weakest hitters on the club. Breaking balls bother him and he can be overpowered by fastballs so take your pick. That s the whole kit and a Boodle except for 23-year-old first year Man John Sevcik who has warmed Minnesota s Bench year but still is eligible for the world series. Of he Ever gets in it the giants most Likely will be at a stage where they won t have to worry much what to throw him anyway. Browns 7-Point pick Over cards. Colts9 Creen Bay clash West by Martin Lader up sports writer its Only the second week of the season but the Cleveland Browns Are in Good position to Deal a severe blow to their chief rivals for the Eastern division in the National football league. Cleveland the defending Champion plays Host to the St. Louis cardinals on sunday and a Brown Victory would give them a fast two game Lead Over St. Louis. The cardinals who were expected to cause Cleveland the most trouble this season were upset by Philadelphia last week while the Browns were Downing Washington. Since each team plays Only a 14-game schedule it is difficult to make up too much lost ground in the league race. Cleveland charged by the Power running of Ernie Green and Jimmy Brown is favored by seven Points Over the cardinals. The Western division also boasts a a crucial Quot contest Between the Baltimore Colts and the Green Bay packers at Milwaukee. The packers who finished in a second place tie behind Baltimore last year Are favored by four Points on the strength of the Home Field advantage. Both Baltimore and Green Bay opened their seasons with impressive victories last Wek. In other games sunday Detroit is at Minnesota Washington at Dallas Chicago at los 9 Winner at Saratoga a Houston express a Trotter owned by a Bennington resident wins wednesdays fourth race at Saratoga raceway. The horse driven by Bill Arthurs survives a charging finish to win the event in 2 09 1-5. Saratoga raceway Tell let correction h in Roy Marsden a Story in i tuesday s Banner it was stated 1 that prizes would be awarded j for the return of pheasants with e Lee bands 25 to 50. 2 the Story should have read 5 prizes will be awarded for the if return of leg bands numbered i 25 and 50. 1 Light results Philadelphia up a sugar Ray Robinson 162, new 2 York out pointed Young Joe Walcott 160, Bridgeton . to. A ys0n sport and dress shirts for fall braves cardinals and reds in their final to games and have identical 25-19 composite records against them so far this season. The reds have a composite 22-23 season Mark against the three teams they will play in their last nine games. They re 11-5 Over the Houston astros but 6-9 against the dodgers and 5-9 against the giants. The twins will become Al champs tonight if they beat the Washington senators and the Baltimore orioles lose a double header to the California Angels. The Chicago White sox will be eliminated As soon As they lose a game or the twins win a game. Only tour games were played in the majors thursday the Philadelphia Phillies beating the Chicago cubs 11-6 and 7-4 in the . And the Cleveland indians defeating the new York Yankees 2-1 and the Kansas City athletics nipping the senators 8-7 in the . Jim Bunning struck out nine batters to raise his season total to 247 and top Grover Cleveland alexanders 50-year old club record of 241 in the first game. In the second game Chris Short pitched a seven hitter for his 18th Victory most by a Phillies Lethander since 1916. Johnny Callison had five hits including his 31st Homer during the doubleheader while Ron Santo and Ernie Banks honoured for the cubs. Sonny Siebert struck out to batters in seven innings and won his 15th decision for the indians who tagged Jim Bouton with his 15th defeat. Fred Whitfield homered Tor Cleveland. Bill Bryan a two run triple tied the score and Randy Schwartz followed with a game winning single As the athletics rallied Tor three runs in the ninth. Jack Aker received credit for his fourth win for the athletics and Ron Kline suffered his sixth loss for the senators. And Purdue tops College slate Burt Bros. Angeles new York at Philadelphia and Pittsburgh at san Francisco. The contest at los Angeles originally was scheduled for saturday night but was moved Back one Day following the August riots. Cleveland although it won the Eastern Crown failed to beat the cardinals in two tries last year losing once and gaining a tie. Brown the greatest rusher in league history gained a Mere 65 Yards last week when he was topped by greens 89 Yards. A a the Baltimore Green Bay contest will Mark another Duel Between old antagonists Johnny Unitas and Bart Starr. Both got off to Good starts last week Unitas hitting on 14 of 22 aerials for 224 Yards and Starr completing 17 of 23 for 226. Each had two touchdown heaves. Detroit which showed a surprisingly Strong defense in shutting out los Angeles last week nevertheless remains a seven Point underdog to the Vikings who were beaten by Baltimore. Lion coach Harry Gilmer will be making his first appearance against former Boss Norm Van Brocklin after working As the Vikings defensive coach the last four years. The bears Are listed As four Point underdogs at los Angeles although they Haven t lost a regular season contest to the rams since 1959. Chicago split its quarterback duties Between Rudy Bukich and Bill Wade last week while los Angeles went with Bill Munson. Philadelphia behind the Strong passing of Norm Snead shocked St. Louis last week and is a Strong 11-Point Choice Over the giants. Local horses win again a West Springfield a crowd of several thousand spectators watched a powerful team of draft horses driven by David Wellspeak of Bennington draw a Load of 14,100 pounds a distance of six feet to take first place in the Eastern states exposition horse drawn thursday. In second place was the Hay and Anderson team of Whatley mass. Which pulled 14,100 pounds 45 inches. Another Wellspeak team took sixth place. Thursday s Victory was the third in recent weeks for the Wellspeak team. Earlier they won horse pulling competitions at the Rutland fair and the world s fair in Tunbridge. United press International notre Dame May find out saturday against Purdue if its new team of horses can carry the fighting Irish to the National championship they barely missed last year. Halfback Bill Wolsky and Eddy and fullback Larry c o a a who carry notre Dame s title Hopes each time they plunge into the line May find a Tough test awaiting them when they travel to Purdue which has its own big ten title Hopes. In other major games Arkansas tries for its 14th straight Victory Over Tulsa Nebraska pits its title Hopes against the undermanned air Force Academy Texas tackles Texas tech Southern Cal meets Wisconsin Syracuse faces Miami Fla Florida takes on Mississippi state and Alabama tries to prove last weekend was just a Fluke when it plays Tulane. In last week s 48-6 Victory Over California the e Irish proved they had a firm foundation to Challenge for the National championship by Rushing for 381 Yards. Wolski and Eddy notre Dames top ground gainers when the Irish compiled a 9-1 Mark last year and came within one minute of a perfect slate and the National title were joined this year by hard hitting fullback Conjar who was named notre Dame s most improved Back during Spring training. Purdue comes into the game with its own aspirations for National recognition a reputation for pulling off upsets the Home Field advantage and an attack led by quarterback Bob Erlese halfback Gordon Teter and fullback Randy Minniear. The Alabama Crimson tide defending National Champion will try to Bounce Back after a stunning setback to the Georgia bulldogs. After the 18-17 defeat by Georgia Alabama coach Bear Bryant predicted his team would make a comeback and Tulane would appear to be a Pushover for the tide even after a demoralizing defeat. Georgia May have More difficulty maintaining its reputation against Vanderbilt which has Strong nucleus of returning Letterman and a 10-10 tie with Georgia tech to its credit. Syracuse the Pride of the East will pit its running attack which features fullback Floyd Little against the Miami hurricanes who lost to Southern methodist 7-3 last week. Field hockey clinic saturday at bus Manchester a a girls Field hockey clinic presented by the Vermont division for girls and women s sports of the Vermont association for health physical education and recreation will be held at Burr and Burton Seminary on saturday beginning at to . The morning portion of the Field hockey clinic will be conducted by miss Jamie Owen president of the Mohawk Field hockey association and instructor at Castleton state College. She and her assistants will instruct the participants in some of the fundamental skills of Field hockey. Beginning about 1 30 in the afternoon there will be a demonstration Field hockey game. Teams will be composed of representative players from each of the schools attending the clinic. Two rated officials from the Mohawk Cha will referee the game stopping it at their discretion to Point out fouls and violations and to explain possible strategies that might be used. Daws urges that anyone who is interested in learning More about the game of girls Field hockey or who has officiating responsibilities in the Southern part of the state attend the demonstration game. Anyone who did not receive a registration form but would like to attend the demonstration game is welcomed an admission fee of 25 cents will be collected. To the event of rain the clinic will be held indoors at the elementary school in Manchester. Delco dc-12 Dri charged batteries a can to get old before they re sold. A gives extra starts at no extra Cost. Economy Auto stores inc Bennington it. Pen Friday Niter Day saturday dial 2-6226

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