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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 28, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bellino Only Bright spot in Bleak Patriot season try file k do t pm sport writer Boston up a a football player whose name in italian Means a a Beautiful or More appropriately Quot Good a could Well be the salvation of an otherwise dismal Boston Patriot sea son. He is Joe Bellino a modern Bambino who is trying to make the american football league Grade at the not so tender of 27. Bellino was All everything while performing heroics the naval Academy a few years ago. Navy was so impressed they retired his football Jersey a the first time the midshipmen had so honoured a player. A native and resident of a Boston suburb Bellino captured both the helsman and Maxwell trophies along with Dubenion Dube Nion recuperating. Buffalo . Up a Veteran Fla Kerback Elbert Dubenion of the Buffalo Bills was recuperating today following sunday s operation to Correct a torn knee ligament suffered in the Buls jets game. Dubenion is expected to be out the season. Unanimous All America selection. But All that was before the Stocky Bellino served three years on Active duty with the Navy. He agreed to play the patriots after discharge but Many football followers expected him to be Over the competitive Hill. Bellino pretty much supported their judgment when his legs gave him continual difficulty during pre season workouts. His exhibition appearances were few and far Between. He missed the patriots opening game loss entirely and handled the Ball Only once a on a pass reception a while operating As a receiver in Bostons second defeat. The patriots in serious trouble from injuries last week shifted Bellino to his native halfback spot. As a 185-Pound-er, he had obvious difficulty carrying out offensive blocking assignments. But As a Ball Carrier he showed traces of the same brilliance that so depressed Navy opponents during his collegiate heyday. Joe s statistics in his first full Boston appearance As an offensive regular weren t terribly impressive. Cookie Gilchrist out gained him by Well Over too Yards. But Bellino still managed to silence at least briefly baseball standings \ i Hin in l l Igi i Vav. A pct. Go san fran. 02 64 .590 los Angeles 92 64 .590 Cincinnati 88 68 .546 4 Pittsburgh 86 71 .548 6v2 Milwaukee 83 73 .532 9 Philadelphia 81 75 .519 la St. Louis 75 80 .484 16�/2 Chicago 71 86 .452 21 �/2 Houston 64 92 .410 28 new York 49 108 .312 43>/2 mondays results san Francisco 8 St. Louis 4 Chicago i Pella 0 night Houston 4 Milf 3 to inns night los Ang 6 Cincinnati i night tuesday probable pitchers Pittsburgh at new York night a Sisk 7-3 is. Ribant 1-3. Chicago at Philadelphia night a Faul 5-6 is. Short 18-10. Milwaukee at Houston night a Clon Inge r 23-10 is. Zachary 0-1. Cincinnati at los Angeles night a of Toole 3-9 is. Osteen 15-14. St. Louis at san Francisco night a Jaster 1-0 is. Herbel 11-8. Wednesday s games Pittsburgh at new York Cincinnati at los Angeles St. Louis at san Francisco Chicago at Pella night mlle at Houston night Imi re an Lia Cit f a l. Pct. Go a Minnesota 99 58 .631 Baltimore 91 64 .587 7 Chicago 91 66 .580 8 Detroit 86 71 .548 13 Cleveland 83 73 .532 15v2 new York 75 83 .475 2412 California 73 85 .462 26v2 Washington 67 83 .429 31/2 Boston 61 97 .386 38v2 Kansas City 58 98 .372 40v2 a clinched Pennant. Mondays results Baltimore 6 Kan City 4 night Only game scheduled Detroit at Chicago 2, Twilight a Aguirre 13-10 and Wickersham 9-14 is. Buzhardt 13-7 and Horlen 12-13. New York at Cleveland night a Beck 2-0 is. Mcdowell 16-10. Kansas City at Washington 2, twi night a of Donoghue 8-18 and Hunter 8-6 is. Coleman 0-0 and Craig 0-0. Minnesota at Baltimore night a Perry 11-6 is. Bunker 9-8. California at Bostons Brunet 9-11 is. Morehead 10-17. Wednesdays games California at Boston Minnesota at bait night Kansas City at Wash night new York at Cleveland night Only games scheduled automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Closed today open tomorrow business As usual at 9 . Furniture co. Open Friday evenings 519525-529 main St. Phone 4425340 Bennington in housekeepers businessmen hotel keepers Renta magnetized Rug j j believe it or not dirt will disappear by walking on rugs your floors will to kept cleaner brighter longer Les maintenance. Its amazing of "6767�?� Bennington Bell laundry the nearly steady jeering the patriots were getting from their Home town followers. Did he worry about getting broken up by huge pro defenders Quot i would be if i thought anyone could hit me but i feel i can still wiggle a he said before the season opened. And it was that Quot wiggle that made him briefly impressive during Boston s latest loss a 27-10 defeat by the Denver Broncos. The Quot wiggle also put Joe in the Clear on half a dozen passes though he was never spotted by Veteran quarterback babe Padilll. The latter was in fairness pretty Busy trying to save his life. The patriots with an 0-3 record obviously Arentt going anywhere in the 1965 Al race. And no matter what the pats do Boston fans Arentt Likely to tear Down the Gates. But those who do show up might very Well see Joe Bellino keep it from being a very Dull season in Boston. All he needs is a Chance to perform what sounds very much like a new dance the Quot Bellino pow Nill entries first a $1000, 1500 clog quatre boy a Grasby ardium a Dumas Mona s brother a Gilbert teacher Bob a Phillips Tumblin o. A Kiselewski fast Hook a Scarello Snow Bear a Thorndike rare dance a Curtis sure win a Donato countless Sis a Sigler second a $1000, 1500 clog miss Maple Shade a p. Allen Devi a Gal a Kelly docs dilemma a f Fairbanks major Mission a d. Armstrong Millville a Pasquarelli Captain vie a Leone Pearlie d. 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Each member of the league s championship team is holding a trophy presented to him earlier by exalted ruler Louis Belle Mare. In front Row. From left Russell Christie Kevin Mears. Rotten Carey Michael Roy. Jimmy Shoemaker. Jim rounds. Second Row Edward Raetz. Denny Hart. Tim Racicot Jerry Jepson Bill Brownell and Chris Christie. Third Row Tom Flynn Gregory Croff. John Woodard. Bill Warner. James Carey. Greg Mears Dominick Yarnal. Chairman of the elks youth activities committee and Everett Chaffin team Manger. Back Row. Bobkier team coach William Hart George Greenslet Umpire Benny Gauthier Umpire Otto Raetz Umpire and transportation chairman and John Madden Umpire and Bellemare. Buckler and Star Dies at 85 Liberty . Up a Louis red Salmon 85, notre Dames first All America football player died monday at his Home. Salmon played fullback the Irish in 1900, 1901, 1902 and 1903. He was Captain of the �?T02 and �?T03 squads and coached the 1904 team to a 5-3 record. He led the team in scoring in 1901 with 53 Points in 1902 with 77 and in 1903 with 105. Touchdowns counted five Points in those Days. Walter Camp selected Salmon to his third All America team of 1903 at a time when the Ivy league dominated Campos selections. Salmon is survived by a Nephew. I irk hours at Al Hios plea Watkins Glen . Up a a gentleman sheep Farmer from Duns Scotland will continue his assault on the title of Quot greatest race Driver in history at the United states grand prix on sunday. Jimmy Clark a known throughout the world As the fastest Man on four wheels is heavily favored to bring his Lotus Home first in the american championship race. Green Mon ii la i ii results f�?~.0. Jay sept. 27, 195 f rtt i Lur. It Pio j a in a Domain 5 70 to ? 9t y<.,� it / if a a a it 3 of / i sumy g arc carap1 i 7 so a. J c univ err trim i ing an v it a of Gocs soil by Dane a r a aunt Salt in Sithy hit de. I ii. To i. 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Avg 570 89 190 .333 560 109 181 .323 628 112 200 .318 538 114 171 .318 648 114 203 .313 590 79 181 .307 642 95 195 .304 596 93 181 .304 523 76 159 .304 593 86 179 .302 comte pit 147 Aron Mil. 147 wms chg 159 Mays . 151 Rose can 156 flood 150 Pinson cin153 Allen Pha 155 , .137 Clynon pit 157 no pitchers beat every team new York up a nine National league pitchers and two american league pitchers have beaten every other team in their respective loops. Five no pitchers and two Al hurlers have lost to each of the other teams in the leagues. The National leagues who Saratoga entries first Trot a mile-$500 Jonathan scotch Creek Mcquigge Shady Dale mighty Morse Rexford Hanover Horvath ghost land a Tingley Onward Diamond Motsiff Nancy a Melody merry a Irene Kent a Belle Way second Pace i mile $500 Demon Bend Morse Betty Pearly Imperial rebel Arthurs wild blues Smith Meadow Gene silk or. June s Trust Breighner Post kill Jonnies Watson a Princess . Third Pace i mile $2000 Cherry Hill Queen Lamb Meadow Jack Coville lightning Creed Arthurs bedlam Bettye Labarge reds chances Davis frosty Helen Brisson Little Rae Rae Poyer Dea Frisky Mulcahy . I mile $600 Royal miss Quinton Scott Wykowski Success Perth Davis Joey boy Allen speedy Diplomat of Connor Gay trooper Hamilton lash Hanover Dupont miss Sac Andagan Collette a Mcguire Hanover fifth Pace i mile $500 Cla Haven Delight Peck am darn handsome Ellis bet u cookies Herrington Nab a Corneau Lynn Flash Heeney Jerry destiny Wykowski Success Side Cappello cold Waters Olin a Kerry mite sixth Pace i mile $500 Harvey a girls Peckham Lillie put Coville win Hill lady Langtry Colonie girls Jevons Mission Flash Heeney Julia Rose Abbot Allen tiny Wynn Ellis Sheridan song a dark print i mile $600 masquerade re a tips Tingley or. Mac deep Bromley Little Patti a. A Ellis ambro guest Parker Linker Ina clays Brisson Sunset Breeze Goodsell miss lady View silk or. Bit o Luck Somerville a Topaz Black widow eighth Trot i mile a $800 Shady Dale Leader Chase Valley Home Davis Star Genie Larouech Cedar Crest Flash Folger Maidan silk or. Sambo b. General Sampson Jevons Alotta Arthurs ninth Pace i mile. $1,200 skat away Larouech Rose Oregon Cole mighty Little one Davis Ladd Diamond Collette Westleigh boy Hiland Lark Dupont Shady Dale Scot Lin tenth Pace i mile $500 pleasant time Vanidestine miss Gideon Chretien Hal Joy Marshall lumber lady Brisson pleasant Echo Cole Bob Rose Croft Davis Gay Maundy Lourie Lusty Abbey Lamb a Victory Gary have beaten the other nine teams at least once this season Larry Jackson and Bob Buhl of the cubs Sammy Ellis of Cincinnati Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale of los Angeles Tony Cloninger of Milwaukee Bob Gibson of St. Louis and Juan Marichal and Bob Shaw of san Francisco. The american leagues Sonny Siebert of Cleveland and Denny Mclain of Detroit. The National leagues who have been Defeated at least once by the other nine teams in the league Bob Bruce of Houston Claude Osteen of los Angeles Al Jackson and Jack Fisher of new York and Ray Sade it Al of St. Louis. The american leagues Dave Wickerham of Detroit and John of Donoghue of Kansas City. 451 main St easy off window Spray with ammonia gets windows Sunshine clean 15 of. Can 28 # look Chere k expert i Well drilling am blasting modern equipment phone 362-1477 e. Dorset Vermont Stavens amp Frost monday september 77, Imi first pee Mitt $500 3 papa master 10 40 4 60 3 70 6 Cardinal busier Smith 11.80 5 43 1 glory Wyn Dotson 3 80 also tei s tip Cody mum mum Don old g. Byrd grades i de Good ways. Time 2 12 4 second pee mile 1500 2 sword Demon Blaske 6 40 3 20 3 00 4 Dory Chubb Arthurs 3 70 2 80 5 h. Payne vie i Goodsell 3.4c also a rebel land abbe rebel land Pride gaily z., sure mile rebel Lane Doc time j 4 doily double 7 2 paid $76 80. Third Trot mite. 5500 1 Victory Laura de Chr it in 16 20 7 2�i 4 no j key t Gal of 5 80 3 40 7 Conyers Pride Goodell 3 00 a so Beanie i a d Little Nymph e Star lady. Tarrs d 0, a. C u Mog time 7 i 8 fourth Pace. Mile no 7 tors fury 35 60 7 00 6 of 2 .Vay can to Destine goo up 3 i Kenny Gas inc a so Kmeco Quot mockery Corners ency d Cam Parson Tass. Sam trod Bonney Fen. Time 2 18 fifth Poce mile >10 2 in Oil Dorrs. In 7 81 t t 4 0r 6 Volious a Heeney i 5 60 3.8 i i sign Wyn t fir also Weldon Freer Gray Rodney Hor Veys Bonny be tag senator Scott time j to 4 sixth Pace mile sso0 i of h. J 7 80 4 to .7 a 3 Avon boy Ambo 9.40 5 00 5 Jarrettown Clift Goodsell 4.20 also a nip a be. Chen Gal Bubo Fred Dies girl mighty a k no Bonner. Time 2 1 6 seventh Pace mile. $500 7 Success Adios Olin 3 40 2 80 2 40 420 7 80 260 d Bonny Barbaros 3 20 3 on 4 40 3 to 4 or Comet 1 Patsy Dillon tingly 2 Vigil Queen Vinn Stan also a Tamara Ann Jock Plum Good Sliver Beach value. Time 2 10 eighth Pace. Mile $700 4 nitty Mike Hamilton 5 40 3 frosty Beau Parker 5 Mabel Haven Goose u a so chert Eden Success gah put lady wonder. Scratched sportsman boy. Time 2 104 ninth Pace mile $700 5 Doc Valentine Kaminet 18 40 6 of 3 n 3 Charlie morsel 18.3 4 b 2 Frisky Frugh co it Eitt 2 61 also Bon in a pc on e. Volo Adah Ethan Don a a Ion Wally May time 2 he 8 tenth Price mile v 5 hocs on express arthur13 00 5 40 3 00 i Rcd chef White 3 20 ? 4 7 town gossip to Quot a 7 40 map Avo o Al i o Quick trip y i on Dale Runnymede june miss Impola time 2.11.6 attendance. 2,2lsj_jigndiijil<lijy__ i Day racing i daily double twin double i up car men it no one mile from Williamstown. Mass. On . Route 7 6000 free seats l Al iks i u \ Kin i i Onu ladies admitted free i x Al plans to go Gri in of of v Post time 2 00 pm 9 to 9 wed., thurs., Fri. 9 to 6 Mon., tues., sat. Benmore North St shopping Plaza Bennington Price s ire born it i ,. Hat n to xvii Khan la x g i i g. A. R. H. Avg Oliva min 149 576 107 185 .321 yet ski bosl28 479 76 151 .315 Robsn. Bal 137 531 79 161 .303 we told Cle 126 444 47 133 .300 Batty mlnnl28 389 35 115 .296 Del lilo clel38 491 63 144 .293 Wgner. Cle 141 503 90 147 .292 col to Cle 156 573 90 167 .291 hard wish 143 498 51 145 .291 Hall min 144 511 80 146 .286 Home runs National league Mays giants 50 Mccovey giants 39 Williams cubs 33 Aaron braves 32 Santo. Cubs 32 Mathews braves 32 and Cal Lison phils 32. American league Conigliaro red sox 31 Cash tigers 30 Horton tigers 28 Wagner indians 28 Tresh yanks 26. Runs batted in National league Johnson reds 125 Mays giants 108 Robinson reds 107 Stargell pirates 106 Banks cubs 105 Williams cubs 105. American league colavito indians 104 Horton tigers 99 Oliva twins 98 Mantilla red sox 91 Hall twins 85 and Whitfield. Indians 85. Pitching National league Nuxhall reds 11-3 Koufax dodgers 24-8 Bolin giants 13-5 Maloney reds 20-8 Cloninger braves 23-10. American league Grant twins 20-6 Mclain tigers 15-6 Fisher White sox 15-7 Stottlemyre yanks 19-9 s. Miller orioles 14-7. Please be a blood donor wednesday sept. 29 11 45 a 5 30 Bloodmobile at elks barn the Vermont Bank and Trust company Bellows Falls Chester Brattleboro Rutland Bennington Manchester member Federal Deposit insurance top it ration tire Tony "500"n bicycle Only $2.50 per week no Money Down 9-a-2j7-230 take months to pay. Streamlined Model loaded with extras a gleaming Chrome plated rims and fenders a twin headlights built in sleek tank a Luggage Carrier two tone Saddle Bendix coaster Brake a Firestone Whitewall Speed Cushion tires a boys Model Satin Black with flamboyant red trim girls Model flamboyant red with White trim. 26&Quot and 24&Quot sizes. Filiti service banking a Man needs full service banking uhen he has the responsibility of a Home car and family. Get full service at. Economy Auto stores inc. 53? mom St dial 2 6226. 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