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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 8, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Top Grid scorer Tiger Ace Cosmo Iacavazzi Princeton . Apr Cosmo Iacavazzi finds advanced calculus a bit difficult at times. Aeronautical stability and control fluid dynamics and particle dynamics Aren t too bad. A i get by he has a a minus average. Football that s just doing what comes naturally. Hitting the line often is somewhat easier than hitting the books to the solid 5-foot-11, 195 Pound lad from Scranton a Cosmo 20, is a student of aeronautical engineering at Princeton University. He also plays fullback on Princeton s unbeaten football team. As a fullback he s about the Best in the East a and maybe a wider territory. He is the nation s leading scorer with 66 Points. As a linebacker who Seldom of Ever lets a runner get past him he is an important Factor in the Princeton defense that has yielded Only 33 Points in six games. Coach Dick Colman likes All that but he s even More effusive about Cosmo s share in the leadership of the Tiger squad a a Factor Colman thinks is most important in Princeton s Victory string. His tigers Haven t had a let Down All season. A what a kid a exclaimed Colman. Quot if he got Hurt and just sat on the Bench head be invaluable to us. Whatever he does he does to his absolute limit and that attitude rubs off on the entire Cosmo is one of five children of a Scranton hauling contractor. After a notable High school football career some 50 colleges showed interest in Cosmo Princeton s tigers play Harvard Yale and Dartmouth their most important Ivy league rivals on the next three saturdays. If they win the Harvard game and one other they can take their first Ivy title since 1957. They d like to them All. Bennington Banner Friday november 8, 1963-9 Piccolo plays Sweet tune in Wake Forest cacophony win Bud Sears reappointed racing Secretary for �?T64 Servino Knuckles for dinner Cassius Clay is restrained by handlers As he attempts to get off a punch. Sonny Liston at the right seemed to enjoy the antics of the voluble Clay. In the Center shielding himself from the Battle is Gordon Davidson attorney for Clay. The signing took place in Denver at the Denver Hilton hotel. The cities in the running for the site of the february championship fight Are los Angeles Las vegas and Chicago. A photo new England Council Points for Winter olympic games in 1976 Boston mass. A Snow ice mountains and approximately 25 million Are the ingredients necessary if a new England state is to Host the Winter olympic games in 1976. So says general John s. Of Brien director of vacation travel development the new England Council in an article appearing in the november Issue of the new englander published by the Council. The article Quot could new England swing the olympics Quot makes a spirited bid for Early olympic planning and regional cooperation. Quot the games do not simply wander into a Region like some orphan of the storm seeking a Home. Instead they Are eagerly North Carolina showing the Best pass defense new York apr North Carolina s tar heels who have allowed Only one touchdown pass in seven games Are throwing up the Best pass defense in College football in 24 years. Although Ohio University is the nominal Leader in pass defense according to Mcaa service Bureau statistics today North Carolina has complied the most amazing record. The tar Heel secondary has been tested 130 times almost twice As much As Ohio a and has allowed Only 2.53 Yards per attempt. The 1939 Texas Aam team was the last major College club to hold the opposition to less than three Yards an attempt for a minimum of too passes. Sought after and the Competition gets rougher every year. It is not unusual for to to 12 cities to put in their bid for the Frozen spectacular years and years in Advance of the proposed although new England s big Peak Mountain areas Are relatively Distant from metropolitan areas by 1976 new roads and numerous Light planes or helicopters and fast trains can bring the mountains right Down to Bostons Back Yard. Major airports such As Logan at Boston Dow in Bangor and Bradley in Hartford will afford easy Access from any Point in the world. The tourism benefits will be far reaching and inestimable As proven by the Ever popular locales of two former olympic hosts Lake Placid and Squaw Valley. Pownal a Veteran racing official e. J. Quot Bud Quot Sears has been named the thoroughbred racing Secretary for the 1964 racing season at Green Mountain Park following the completion of the fall meeting at Pownal in the same capacity it was announced by Green Mountain Park general manager Vincent j. Bar Timo. A native of Florida Sears has a background of seven years experience in the thoroughbred racing Field having served in the capacity of patrol judge placing judge clerk of Scales and assistant racing Secretary at Gulf Stream Park Hazel Park Waterford Park River Downs Wheeling Downs and Shenandoah Downs and More recently As a placing judge at Green Mountain Park during its initial summer meeting. The 36-year-old Sears makes Hollywood Fla. His Home and received his education in that state. A graduate of the University of Miami in the class of 1955 with a degree in education Sears has taught history and English in various sections of Florida in the off season. He began his career in thoroughbred racing in 1955 when he joined the publicity staff at Gulf Stream Park under the guidance of Horace Wade. After serving a year in publicity he moved into the racing office end of the sport and since then has shown a marked capacity for this demanding phase of thoroughbred racing. Following stints As a patrol judge and a placing judge Sears was named As assistant racing Secretary at Shenandoah Downs by general manager Bob Leavitt whom he credits with making his Green Mountain results Green Mountain entries Friday nov. A 1963 first�?$1,100 clog. 3 to a up 7 fur. I Hurrah for la is Hui Swonder 5 2 2 Serto 107 Pruden 3-1 4 seven pock 115 no boy 4-1 6 Noble pot 115 no boy 6-1 8 tote ail is Benalto 8 1 3 Brownie Concow 107 Pruden 10-1 5 mexican in 107 Gesualdo 17 i 7 Royal Bonnie no Pruden 15-1 9 Salt glow 112 no boy 20-1 second�?$1,100 clog3 soft up 5 fur. 3 rising hop Ito Fairbanks 5 2 i Roc of win 114 Nash 4-1 2 Amazon Gal 114 Beneito 4-1 to Bull b a no Gesualdo 5-1 5 our Bird 109 Poi Ion 6-1 7 Philo 107 Gesuldo 6-1 6 Tallahassee us veil logo in 4 hungry dream is Beneito 20-1 8 Dice game us no boy 20-1 9 rare legend 112 Pozum 20-1 third�?$1,100 allow. 3 soft up 5 fur. I free ton 112 Cordelia 5-2 9 arty j is no boy 3 1 4 Weld fruit 107 Fairborn 6-1 3 Candy taker 107 Fairbanks 4-1 6 pork hop 115 Vedilago la 2 Pearl d 112 no boy 8-1 5 painted Cheek 112 Giitl Soia 10-1 7 miss Crim 112 Gabriele 12-1 8 select Mike 115 Diaz 15-1 fourth is too clog. 3 to a up 5 fur. 5 Eider Ryber y Joe 120 Cut show 2 1 7 our gain is no boy 5-2 i Blue print 110 no boy 4-1 3 Shannon s hop 116 be Diogo 6 1 i handsome Eddy 116 no boy 6-1 2 Fairbrook Queen 112 Parent 8-1 4 Kim t. 116 no boy 12-1 6 Blue Ridge kid 120 Smith 12-1 fifth $1,100 clog soft up 7 fur. 7 Rusty Nail 114 no boy 3-1 i impatient miss 113 Parent 4-1 Wor signets 120 no boy Legrond Rouge 116 no boy corny Man Soldier Creek or. Behoc Duval to daddy 116 Gabriele is no boy in no boy 116 Vedilago 116 no boy 4-1 6-1 6-1 6-1 10-1 10-1 30-1 sixth�?11,100 clmg., i to up i fur. A red Rex 1 super Alo 2 Cirencester 3 Green letter 4 Storl Ful 5 son Busher Marty boy 120 Fairbank is Diaz 117 Gabriel 102 Paquin 113 Cordelia 115 no boy 114 no boy 2-1 3-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 10-1 10-1 seventh�?11,100 clmg., 3 soft up 7 fur. 4 bound baby 110 Pruden 3-1 t i from ngh 117 no boy 4-1 7 Happy first 120 no boy 4-1 5 handshake 120 no boy 4-1 1 Bur Todor 116 Leone 6-1 2 Mokes perfect 120 Contrada 6-1 6 Snow Bear 110 Gesualdo 6-1 3 the Stort 117 Yon 10-1 eighth is Soo allow 3 soft up 7 fur. 2 go on Green 117 no boy 5-2 4-1 5-1 5-1 6-1 6-1 10-1 12-1 11-16 5-2 3-1 6-1 6-1 a i ft-1 a i 12-1 20-1 i King Newton 114 no boy 1 found 114 Ernst 5 mein Greta 111 Wilson 7 March Forward in veil logo 4 grand year 114 no boy 3 Tri White 114 no boy 6 Alla Gem 114 Cordelia ninth is too clog 3 soft up mile. 2 repeat question 115 Benalto 6 Good Field 112 Pruden i Canadian Brier lift Gillespie 3 talk while 120 Fairbank 5 Buchan be 120 Parent 7 lot Champ 116 Contrada it Ricky Joe 2nd 120 Wilson 9 Calipso Bob 120 no boy 4 mediation lift Vedilago thursday nov. I. 1963 Trode Sloppy. Weather rain fuftft"7 of 3 y0 4 4 y0 wdn., 6 adm. Howe a. Fairbanks. A a 6.20 280 260 5 Cherrl Fer Wilson 340 3 of 7 rambling Tiger Pruden 340 time 132.3. Also ran Boykins Koite s girl stake piste next governor a a Cut baby Jet Arrow second�?7 fur. Clmg., i it up 11,100 2 or. Bicary Wilson 4 00 4 20 3 00 i amb Dexter j. E. Smith 10.00 660 4 triple Folly Pruden 300 time 1 33. Also ran fluent i simple soul lost Stop shuffle off april Lassie i Babu. Dally double 4-3 is so. Third a fur. Allow., 2 to $1,100 3 Arial girl Parent 3 60 2 60 2 40 5 Bern Homeda Bovine 2 80 2 60 6 valiant vessel Gabriele 2 00 Tim 1 01.4. Also Ron Blue skip love and Romance tear Ocon. Fourth fur. Clmg., j it up 81.10ft 4 True buckaroo a. Fairbanks 24.80 12.40 3 80 3 cry havoc veil logo 11.40 3.60 6 i Elmwood Gesualdo 2.80 Tim 1 03.1. Also Ron dragon Lone prom son subway King Market Doc. Schaeffer Lucky Island. Fifth i mile clogs it up $1,108 2 postpone Contrada 6 00 3 of 3.00 7 professor Dolly to Quin 3.40 2 00 5 East Gal Gesualdo 4 60 time 1 46.3. Also Ron inhale quite character son Ator our twin moslem Mae sixth�?7 fur clog3 it a $1,108 7 big squeeze veil logo 9 60 4 80 3 60 4 shining Tim Pruden 1 60 6 40 3 Gal drum Benalto 5 40 Tim 1 31.1 Alta Ron Sweet relic Royal Coin Suncook kid Caid whiny girl scout. Seventh i mile clmg., 3 it up $1,288 4 sir Rascal a. Fairbanks 4.00 3.00 2 40 2 Margrave Bovine 3.60 2.60 6 King Sug Cut show 3 20 Tima 1 44.1. Alta ran crime quit colled Baw be Beauty court no Porte Harry g. Eighth 7 fur. Dog. 3 it 4 to $1,188 a Ythi roaring Branch Bursi 7 the loner Diaz 19 60 10 20 4 20 5 bump Hill r. Fairbanks too 3.60 8 Noble news Wilson 2.60 Tim 1 31.1. Also ran Pamela m., top Crest Jan Shor. Von court eternal Sunray. Twin double <2-7-4-7 $s9s.48. Ninth i 1-16 Miles dmg., 3 it up $1,180 4 Lucky r Johnson 5.00 3 40 2 80 2 Alsa Lisa Donato 4 00 2-60 3 Brant Ator Ernst 3 40 Tim 1 52 2 also ran Bright Daze Bench Beau subaltern Billy s Best. Attendance 1,723. Handle $118,918 Saratoga raceway results knotty Pine panelling either v joint or Butterfly 8 it. Packaged special 18< so. It. H. Greenberg amp son 321 main St. Dial 2-6324 or 2-6325 Bennington monday november Lith is a Legal Houda y this Bank will be open for limited banking services from 9 00 -10 30 and 12 00 3 00 Vermont National amp savings Bank 338 main St. Bennington it. 1 a to pier Milt lion Meadow it it a in Rani 1 34 no i 30 Al a it i a Rod a Snyder 6 40 3 40 a nov Brook Dunn if Dunn 3 on time a i 410 started Little k ant Stine Admi Raldie Wick Quot sitar a Ravha in Delight 2nd Pace mile 8500 Quot a tile to Emkin Stadelmann 6 to 4.10 3.40 ret on Arthurs 5 30 4 40 denims Mannar Parkham 4 on Saratoga entries of a Trot in in 150&Quot Lorli 9 t t n d Frik Dmitr Cen deny to. 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Mathilda s Lark. Linda s Dee Miae Roseanne Julia Boom he Dag direct we March. 7th Pace mile 13� Famay it belly 3 30 Walter Knight a Garnsey Wear laugh Bolt bolder time 2 14 3-5 also started is in Alan Bullet Albert j land Chick. 8th Pace mile iso1 Forbes Rose Croft Mccleland 6 to 4 in Patsy Dillon tiny Lay Sto Peter g Scot silk time�?2 17 also tarts Meadow Fanny Hill views Flash Quick Knight. Scratched Homer Pat path Page mile $5h0 Stoney tingle1 10 10 7 40 5.on amp com a Paavo Arthurs 3 50 6.40 born set Hanover Harr Taon 4 90 time�?2 21 2-5 Alao hated air Blake Coloma boy Frisco Pat Black Diamond w Forbes buddy 4. Handle�?8pp.78s. 5.70 3 10 s 70 3 30 5 20 Bettis rebel 2.80 4 40 4 30 decision to remain in the thoroughbred racing Field rather than in education. In making the announcement Bartimo stated a we Are very pleased with the excellent work Sears has done during our fall meeting. He has attracted Fine Fields of horses and has provided the Public with what we feel is excellent racing. He is tireless in his approach to this demanding part of the racing business and has earned the respect and admiration of both the horsemen and management. We Are very Happy that he will be returning to Green Mountain Park next season and feel sure that through his efforts Green Mountain Park will continue to provide the Public with High Caliper thoroughbred by Mike Rathet associated press sports writer there a the distinct possibility that Brian Piccolo May become a legend on the Wake Forest Campus. Even he would have to admit he a doing it the hard Way. Despite the fact his name gives every indication he a a member of the band Piccolo is a member of the football team. There Are those in Atlantic coast conference circles who will Tell you there a not much difference. But that s not True. The band has better timing. Piccolo is the Only Wake Forest player to score this season. He kicked a 32-Yard Field goal ran four Yards for a touchdown and added the extra Point in the first half of Wake forests opener against East Carolina. That s the last time the deacons scored. They be been shut out in six consecutive games have had 218 Points rolled up by their opponents and extended the nations longest current losing Streak to 17 games. And things Are bound to get worse before they get better. Duke knows it. The Blue devils Are next on the Wake Forest schedule. While the deacons worked out wednesday trying to fashion an offence Duke prepared for the game by working on scoring from close in and drilling on punt returns. That a about All they figure to do saturday. Last year Duke won 50-0. Wake Forest has t improved. Duke has. Elsewhere the main focus was on the latest medical bulletins with Syracuse and Southern California getting the worst news. The Orange have lost tackle Henry Huetter with a broken hand. Trojan Center Larry Sagouspe will have to undergo surgery for a bad knee. Tom Myers Northwestern quarterback still is hospitalized with influenza and halfback Dick Mccauley is unable to put any pressure on his twisted knee Nebraska quarterback Dennis Claridge remains hospitalized with a twisted knee and West Virginia fullback Ron Colaw is out with a sprained ankle. Ohio state halfback Paul War Field tested his leg injury in a workout Minnesota guard Bill dal i Man practice with the team after recovering from a concussion and Texas fullback Harold Philipp indicated his pulled leg muscle was no Handicap. Graham happiest coach new London Conn. Apr who is the happiest football coach in the United states today Quot i am a insists Otto Graham a great quarterback who turned Down scores of coaching offers to coach football and direct athletics at the coast guard Academy. There is none of the big time pressure to win but the 42-year-old Graham now a full commander and his cadets have won All six of their games this season. The cadets Are a solid favorite to take their seventh straight against Central Connecticut state 1-5, saturday in one of their two remaining games. In the 21 years that football has been played at the Academy the Best previous Mark was 6-0-1 in 1951. Quot in a just having lots of fun said Graham an All America at Northwestern and an All pro with the Cleveland Browns. In the five years Here Graham reportedly has turned Down More offers than most coaches get in a lifetime. His record so far is 23-14-1. Said Graham Quot what i like about it Here is that we Don t have to win at All costs. We want to win yes but there s no Premium on it. 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