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1948 Football Schedule 

Date Opponent Place Time 

Sept. 25 Richmond U Richmond 8:15 

Oct. 2 Delaware U Wilmington 8:15 

Oct. 9 Virginia Tech Washington 2:00 

Oct. 16 Duke Washington 2:00 

Oct. 23 Geo. Washington U.__ Washington 2:00 

Oct. 29 Miami U Miami, Fla 8:15 

Nov. 6 South Carolina U Columbia 2:00 

Nov. 13 North Carolina U. ___ Washington 2:00 

Nov. 20 Vanderbilt U Nashville 2:00 

Nov. 27 West Virginia U Morgantown 2:00 

Duke is Homecoming. 
All Md. Home Games, Griffith Stadium, Washington, D. C. 

Note: George Washington is not our home game. 
All press facilities can be arranged through the G. W. office. 



1947 Football Results 

Md. Team Their Score 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Virginia Tech 19 

27 West Virginia 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

North Carolina State 

20 Georgia 20 

(Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 19J f 8J 
Total: Won 7, lost 2, tie 2 

PAGE TWO 




DR. H. C. "CURLY" BYRD: often called 
"The pigskin professor and educator." He 
was head coach of the Terps from 1912 
until 1933. Rose in ranks at the University 
until now he is President Has seen and 
produced many Terp teams; one of his 
favorite games was the 1926 win over Yale. 
A sports authority, he is in demand to 
speak at many athletic affairs. Is working 
very hard on the production of our new 
stadium. 



JAMES M. TATUM: took over those reins 
last February. A graduate of the Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, he has had many 
years experience in the execution of ath- 
letic policies. A great builder, as evidenced 
in his football coaching success. His prime 
move is to secure bigger and greater 
schedules in all sports for the Terps. A 
stickler for detail, has woven the athletic 
department into unanimous accord. 





WILLIAM W. COBEY: Graduate Manager 
of Athletics. This post is new at Maryland 
and was created last February. Bill Cobey, 
a grad of Terp-town, was a natural for the 
job, having a great interest in things 
athletic. He served 17 years at cashiering 
for the University before taking over these 
duties. Married, has the largest family on 
the staff, five children. 



GEORGE L. CARROLL: Director of Ath- 
letic Publicity. Serving his second year on 
the job. A graduate of St. Joseph's College 
(Phila ) he had experience in the news- 
paper, magazine and radio field before join- 
ing the Terp staff. Served four years in 
the Marines and is one of the few un- 
married athletic staff members. 




PAGE THREE 



ALLTIME . . . ALL-OPPONENT RECORD 





RICHMOND 




GEORGE WASHINGTON 


Yr. 

1907 




We 

5 




They 
11 


Yr. 

1897 


We 






They 




1908 









22 


1903 







6 


1911 












1904 










1912 




42 







1905 










1913 




45 







1907 


6 




17 


1922 












1907 


11 







1923 




23 







1908 







77 


1924 




38 







1908 







57 


1936 




12 







1909 







26 


1938 




6 




19 


1910 


6 







1945 




21 







Total 


2 Wins, 


5 


Losses, 


1946 




7 




37 




3 Ties 






1947 




18 




6 




MIAMI 






Total 


7 


Wins, 
2 Ties 


4 Losses, 




(Did not play) 




DELAWARE 




SOUTH CAROLINA 


Yr. 




We 




They 


Yr. 


We 




They 


1899 









34 


1926 







12 


1901 




6 




24 


1927 


26 







1902 









6 


1927 


7 




21 


1903 









16 


1929 


6 




26 


1904 









17 


1945 


19 




13 


1905 









12 


1946 


17 




21 


1912 









50 


1947 


19 




13 


1917 




20 







Total 


3 Wins, 


4 


Losses 


1947 




43 




19 


NORTH CAROLINA 


Total 


2 


Wins, 


7 Losses 


Yr. 

1899 


We 






They 
6 


VIRGINIA TECH. 




Yr. 




We 




They 


1920 


13 







1897 




18 




4 


1921 


7 




16 


1898 




23 







1922 


3 




27 


1901 









18 


1923 


14 







1911 









12 


1924 


6 







1919 









6 


1925 







16 


1920 




7 







1926 


14 




6 


1921 




10 




7 


1927 


6 




7 


1922 









21 


1928 


19 




26 


1923 




7 




16 


1929 







43 


1924 









12 


1930 


21 




28 


1925 









3 


1935 







33 


1926 




8 




24 


1936 







14 


1927 




13 




7 


1946 







33 


1928 




6 




9 


1947 







19 


1929 




24 







Totals 


4 Wins, 


12 


: Losses 


1930 




13 




7 










1931 




20 







' 


VANDERBIL 


1932 









23 


Yr. 


We 




They 


1933 









14 


1927 


29 




39 


1934 




14 




9 


1930 


7 




22 


1935 




7 







1931 


12 




39 


1936 




6 







1932 







13 


1945 




13 




21 


1947 


20 




6 


1946 
1947 
Total 




6 

21 
Wins, 





19 

Losses 


Totals 1 Win, 


4 


Losses 


13 


12 


(Continued 


on Page Nineteen) 


PAGE FOUR 



















Maryland Facts for 1948 

PRESS, RADIO. TELEVISION 
AND MAGAZINE ACCOMMODATIONS 

Compiled and Edited by George L. Carroll 

"With grateful appreciation to Mr. Bill Hottel for his wonderful aid" 

All home games of tke University of Maryland will be 
played at Griffith Stadium, Washington, D. C., in 1948. This 
move was necessary because of the limited facilities of Byrd 
Stadium in College Park and because of the fact that the pro- 
posed new stadium will not be ready until the season of 1949. 
This year, the University will realize the largest student body in 
all its history when some 11,000 men and women take advantage 
of the excellent learning facilities of this beautiful and historic 
school. 

Maryland will make every effort to provide press facilities for 
each and every publication, AM, FM and Video, wishing to 
cover the games. (Contractual understandings will sometimes 
enter, when dealing with radio and television). We will en- 
deavor to give the needed working press, photographers, etc. 
tickets, upon your request to the Athletic Publicity Office, College 
Park, Md. W r ith regards to any other needed tickets for your 
staff, we, in turn shall be appreciative if you will limit your de- 
mands, the best way you can. 

Griffith Stadium has two football press boxes. They are 
situated very well and afford an excellent view of the game. If 
requested, we shall provide a telegrapher for you and runners in 
the press box to handle your copy. Please let us know if you 
intend to do a play-by-play or after-game file. We are in constant 
check with the Western Union Office and work according to your 
request. 

In the Press Box a loud speaker is provided where a com- 
petent announcer will keep you abreast of happenings. He will 
have two competent spotters at his side and speak into the 
mike, " not with a great flow of words but in such a chosen and 
to-the-point few, that he will not antagonize the working press. 

Accurate statistics will be provided at the conclusion of the 

PAGE FIVE 



first half and within 3 minutes after the game is completed. You 
will be provided with an official program, any new number 
changes of both teams, injury lists, hot and cold drinks, sand- 
wiches and blank forms for statistical summaries. 

Please do not hesitate to ask questions at any time, for it is 
our pleasure to make every effort to obtain an answer for you, as 
quickly as possible. 

— The Athletic Publicity Office 



SOME FACTS FOR YOUR PERUSAL 

LOCATION College Park, Md. 

AFFILIATION Southern Conference 

STUDENT BODY 11,000 men and women 

SCHOOL COLORS Old Gold and Black; Red and White 

NICKNAMES Terrapins, Terps, Old Liners 

SCHOOL SONGS Maryland (tune Madelon) ; Victory Song 

and Alma Mater (tune, Maryland, My Maryland) 

BAND 110 men and women 

BAND DIRECTOR Frank V. Sykora 

CHEERLEADERS 8 women, 2 men 

FIELD HOUSE Ritchie Coliseum 

PRESIDENT Dr. H. C. "Curly" Byrd 



University of Maryland 

TICKET PRICES FOR 1948 FOOTBALL: 
Game Grandstand Box 

Virginia Tech $2.50 $3.00 

Duke (Homecoming) $3.50 $5.00 

George Washington $3.00 $4.00 

North Carolina $3.50 $5.00 

(all prices include tax) 

TICKETS ON SALE FOR ALL HOME GAMES, SEPTEMBER 1, 
GRIFFITH STADIUM, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

PAGE SIX 



Council on Intercollegiate Athletics 

Geary F. Eppley, Dean of Men, Chairman; Dr. Wm. B. 
Kemp; Dr. Ernest N. Cory; Dr. Wm. C. Supplee; Col. Claud 
E. Stadtman; the President of the Student Government, Louis 
Eisenhauer; the Chairman of the Alumni Council, Arthur L. 
Bell; and the Director of Athletics, James M. Tatum. 



The Department of Intercollegiate 
Athletics 

Director of Athletics James M. Talum 

Graduate Manager of Athletics Wm. W. Cooey 

Director of Athletic Publicity George L. Carroll 

Equipment Head Kermit "Chief" Cissell 

Facilities Head Kenneth R. Surato 

Office Secretary \ __ M ™- Dorothy Hunt, 

} Miss Eva Lou Emmons 

Head Trainer Alfred "Duke" Wyre 

Football Coach Jim Tatum 

Basketball Coach A. L. "Flucie" Stewart 

Boxing Coach _ Harvey L. Miller 

Baseball Coach H. Burton Shipley 

Lacrosse Co-Coaches l D rJ ohl \?/ ^ T aber ' 

\ Albert W. Heagy 

Track, Cross Country Coach Jim Kehoe 

Soccer, Tennis Coach Doyle P. Royal 

Wrestling Coach William E. "Sully" Krouse 

Golf Coach Frank Cronin 

Rifle Co-Coaches I C ° l - Harland Griswold, 

\ M/Sgt. Fay Norris 

ADDRESS: all correspondence concerning athletic business 
to P. O. Box 295, College Park, Md. 

PAGE SEVEN 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FOOTBALL 
RECORDS FROM 1888-1947 INCLUSIVE 



Year 



Coach of Team 



1888- 

1891 

inc. George Hoblitzel 

1892__H. M. Strickler 

1893__H. M. Strickler 

1894__H. M. Strickler 

1895— H. M. Strickler 

1896— H. M. Strickler 

1897__no coach 

1898__Athletic Committee 

1899_ -Athletic Committee 

1900__Roy Mackall 

1901— D. John Markey 

1902__D. John Markey 

1903— D. John Markey 

1904__D. John Markey 

1905__Fred K. Nielson 

1906__Fred K. Nielson 

1907__C. G. Church, C. W. Melick 

1908_ _William Lang 

1909— William Lang 

1910- _R. Alston 

1911— C. F. Donnelly, H. C. Byrd 

1912__H. C. "Curly" Byrd 

1913— H. C. Byrd 

1914__H. C. Byrd 

1915--H. C. Byrd 

1916__H. C. Byrd 

1917__H. C. Byrd 

1918__H. C. Byrd 

PAGE EIGHT 



Points Points 
Won Lost Tied Scored Against 



(informal 


season 


held, no 


scores) 


2 








120 


1 





18 


10 


1 1 





58 


26 


1 








4 


2 1 


1 


24 


17 


2 5 


1 


58 


106 


1 6 





28 


100 


1 6 


1 


12 


160 


3 


2 


18 


68 


4 


1 


11 


99 


1 6 





11 


99 


1 6 





16 


97 


6 6 


1 


75 


94 


5 8 


1 


104 


144 


4 8 





98 


203 


1 8 





15 


150 


1 9 





5 


299 


2 2 





19 


47 


2 3 


1 


31 


31 


3 2 


2 


15 


47 


6 3 


1 


193 


167 


6 2 





157 


89 


5 3 





67 


50 


5 3 





136 


55 


6 2 





142 


52 


3 3 


2 


88 


169 


4 1 


1 


57 


35 



FOOTBALL RECORDS 1888-1947 INCLUSIVE 



Year 




Coach of Team 


Won 


Lost 


Tied 


Points 
Scored 


Points 
Against 


1919_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


5 


4 





82 


68 


1920_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


7 


2 





149 


54 


1921_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


2 


4 


1 


29 


99 


1922_ 


-H. 


C. Byrd 


4 


6 


1 


77 


137 


1923_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


7 


2 


1 


214 


56 


1924_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


3 


3 


3 


74 


78 


1925_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


2 


7 


7 


53 


82 


1926_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


5 


4 


1 


161 


93 


1927_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


4 


7 





78 


144 


1928_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


6 


3 


1 


132 


70 


1929- 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


4 


4 


2 


148 


133 


1930_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


7 


4 





221 


141 


1931- 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


8 


1 


1 


189 


98 


1932_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


5 


6 





148 


158 


1933_ 


_H. 


C. Byrd 


3 


7 





107 


149 


1934_ 


_John E. Faber 


7 


3 





143 


49 


1935_ 


-John E. Faber 


7 


2 


2 


122 


78 


1936_ 


-John E. Faber 


6 


5 





117 


59 


1937_ 


-Frank M. Dobson 


8 


2 





124 


65 


1938_ 


_Fr 


ank M. Dobson 


2 


7 





86 


234 


1939_ 


-Frank M. Dobson 


2 


7 





64 


106 


1940_ 


-Jack Faber, Al Heagy, 
and Al Woods 


2 


6 


1 


39 


171 


1941_ 


-(same as 1940, 3 coaches) 


3 


5 


1 


49 


196 


1942_ 


-Clark Shaughnessy 


7 


2 





198 


124 


1943- 


-Clarence W. Spears 


4 


5 





105 


194 


1944_ 


-Clarence W. Spears 


1 


7 


1 


46 


170 


1945. 


-Bear Bryant 


6 


2 


1 


219 


105 


1946_ 


-Clark Shaughnessy 


3 


6 





136 


173 


1947_ 


-James M. Tatum 


7 


2 


2 


225 


121 



(1 tie was a post season game) 

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PAGE THIRTEEN 



Terrapins Football Coaching Staff 




HEAD COACH: JIM TATUM (Sunny Jim, 
Gloomy Jim): graduated from North Caro- 
lina U. where he was an All-Southern Con- 
ference tackle. Has had 13 years experience 
as a coach. Mentored Oklahoma before 
coming to Terptown in 1947. A resident of 
McCall, S. C, he's married and has two 
children, a boy and girl. Last year was 
named top Conference coach by the South- 
ern Conference Sportwriters Assoc, and re- 
ceived the honor of the "Top Coach in the 
Country" from the Touchdown Club, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



GEORGE T. BARCLAY: played on same 
team with Tatum at North Carolina and 
became the first All-American that the Tar- 
heels ever had (guard). Considered one of 
the best line coaches in the country today. 
He served at Dartmouth and VMI before 
coming to Maryland. Married, has two 
girls. 





HOUSTON ELDER: beginning his second 
season in college coaching ranks. Prior, 
was highly successful high school coach, 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Assisted Paul Brown at 
Great Lakes Navy during war. Went to 
Murray State Teachers (Ky.). Married, has 
a boy and a girl. 



JIM MEADE: A Maryland grad, native of 
Havre de Grace. Served last season as 
part-time coach, elevated to regular coach- 
ing staff. Was an All-Southern Conference 
back with the Terps and an All-American 
Lacrosse player. Played pro ball with the 
Washington Redskins. Married, no children. 




PAGE FOURTEEN 




AL WOODS: another Maryland grad; 
termed by Dr. Byrd as the greatest blocking 
back that the Terps ever had. Played on 
championship Marine team in 1929. Has 
had a hand in Terp football for quite a few 
years. Married, no children. 



JOHN CUDMORE: a grad of Stetson U. 
(Fla.) served mostly with the JV's last 
season. Coached the championship Fort 
Benning (Ga.) team in 1945 as assistant to 
Bill Meek. Quite a football analyst. Mar- 
ried, two children. 





BILL MEEK: This year is head freshman 
coach, something new in Terp grid annals. 
Tatum claims this is most important as- 
signment. A grad of Tennessee, is youngest 
on staff. Played in All-Star game, Chicago 
and several Sugar Bowl tilts. Married, has 
two boys. 



SULLY KROUSE: an alumnus of Maryland 
is also head wrestling coach. Added to 
football staff this year to work with Bill 
Meek. Played pro ball with the Brooklyn 
Tigers. His brother Ray is a likely All- 
American tackle for the Terps. Married, 
one boy. SAM ARBES and WARREN 
GIESE will also work with the frosh. 
Arbes worked with Meek last year and is 
a North Carolina U. grad. Giese, a new- 
comer, attended Oklahoma and Central 
Michigan. At Oklahoma he played end 
under Tatum. 




PAGE FIFTEEN 




F LUCIE STEWART: Head basketball coach 
for the Terps will serve as Varsity Football 
Scout and Frosh aid. A grad of Furman, 
he's coached there, Clemson, and had quite 
successful teams at Appalachian State (N. 
C.) in football, basketball and baseball. 
Married, no children. 



DUKE WYRE: head trainer, a very popular 
asset for morale. Wittv and well liked by 
the boys Served 15 years at Yale and Holy 
Cross. Is president of Southern Conference 
Trainers Association. Married, no children. 




The Outlook for '48 

"THOUGHTS OF THE STAFF" 

QUARTERBACKS: Vic Turyn, Joe Tucker, Jack Targarona* — 3 
"T's" with the split-T who should be right on the beam . . . Turyn, 
perhaps one of the best T-formation signal callers, has two stellar 
assistants in Tucker and Targarona . . . Stati Levine, another QB, 
who saw little action last season, will likewise be on hand. Turyn 
was second team All Southern Conference last season, President of 
Senior Class. 

RIGHT HALFBACKS: Lucien A. (Lu) Gambino heads the list as 
Maryland's All-American candidate. He scored 114 points last year, 
received numerous first team and other mentions as an all-star. The 
back to watch in '48, he'll be a triple threat man this season. Used 
sparingly on defense last year, he'll see a lot of action in that post, 
along with passing and punting . . . Jimmy LaRue, who played more 
minutes per game last year than any other Terp back, is in the num- 
ber two RHB post. A brainy footballer, he once played for Duke in 
the Sugar Bowl, and excels on offense and defense . . . Bernie Sniscak 
and Joe Kuchta will be moving into the limelight on this post. Both 
are small but fast; in fact some say Sniscak is swifter afoot than 
Gambino. 



PAGE SIXTEEN 



LEFT HALFBACKS: Hubie Werner, shifty-hip ball toter, will be 
an excellent running mate for Gamboling Lu. Out injured after the 
third game last season, he's now in shape and great things are pre- 
dicted for shifty-Hubert . . . Johnny "Josh" Idzik, who played tip-top 
ball especially in the safety spot last season, is a great little back. 
He'll be vieing with Vern Seibert and John Baroni for a place on the 
LHB contingent. 

FULLBACKS: Harry Bonk, whom Coach Tatum tabs "The best 
blocking back in the business," is back as a grad student. He has 
another year of eligibility and under conference rules is permitted 
to play . . . Earl Roth, offense back and punter extraordinary, who 
averaged some 41 yards per boot last year, and who will do some ball 
carrying this season, was the most improved man in spring practice 
. . . Bob Andrus, another improvee, who joined the staff late in '47 . . . 
Bob Roulette and Dave Cianelli, two newcomers on the varsity squad, 
will round out the plunging fullbacks. All in all, the backfield out- 
look is somewhat bright . . . we're predicting great things for them 
this season . . . let's hope these predicts come true. 

LEFT ENDS: Elmer Wingate looms as the successor to George 
Simler in this post. He's big, fast and in his frosh debut last season 
collected a few td's . . . backing him up will be John Troha, tabbed 
the best-looking lad on the squad in features, and a possible dark 
horse in playing ability for this year . . . Jim Moeller, who missed 
spring practice while playing baseball for the Terps, and Bill Copper- 
thite will be vieing for pass-snatching honors also. 

RIGHT ENDS: Francis "Scoop" Evans' greatest ambition this 
year will be to snare a scoring pass. In his two years as first-string 
starter, he hasn't had any such luck but he's consistent and aggressive 
and we hope he gets his wish this last season for him ... Fred Davis:, 
another lankster, will be backing the "scoop" up in assignments with 
Pete Augusburger and Hank Nary following closely on his heels . . . 

LEFT TACKLES: Ray Krouse, one of the greatest tackles in 
collegiate ranks today, is our pride and joy on the line. He'll be a 
surefire to watch, had a great frosh year in '47 . . . Jim Molster, a 
soph this year, very much improved in spring practice and a ready 
asset for filling in very well . . . Eddie O'Connor, a GI frosh, on hand 
for the first time, big and rough, might be a fine prospect . . . Marv 
Kramer, right good on the junior varsity last year, we're looking for 
a lot from him and Rudy Gayzur, a soph who. with his added weight 
will be a big bulwark. 

RIGHT TACKLES: Jim Goodman, largest man on the squad, who 
had a good season last year will be harassed for his post bv Chester 
Giorula and Ed Pobiak both of whom saw a fair amount of action last 
year. Pobiak is another JV'er who'll be very helpful at his post. 

RIGHT GUARDS : Paul Broglio, kick-off artist, will be winding up 
his career. He's a consistent player, rough and ready at all times . . . 
Ed Schwarz, another post-grad student along with Bonk, is on hand 
and will alternate with the "Brog" in that post . . . Bob Dean, another 
lad who moved up from Bill Meek's JV outfit, looked impressive in 
spring practice . . . Ray Bender will be trying his wares this fall. 
He's a frosh serviceman, and from previous reports of his work may 
fit into the picture quite well. 

PAGE SEVENTEEN 



LEFT GUARDS: "Big" Al Phillips, the lad whom the Terps call 
the "Bull," is finishing out his career. He was a starter last year and 
should hold his own, but at the same time being hard-pressed by 
Tommy McHugh, our extra point specialist, much heavier and im- 
proved . . . Backing these men up will be Tom McQuade, the son of a 
former Maryland grid great, and Bob Ward, erstwhile possibility, who 
is a returning GI. 

CENTERS: Headed by Gene "Red-haid" Kinney, elected team 
captain and backed up with dependability. With Jimmy Brasher, the 
Texan, and Jake Rowden, the Arizonian, alternating, the "big-red" 
has a lot of help. These three lads will probably see a lot of action 
backing up the line . . . Two other dependables will be Bill Everson 
and Ed Fincke. Both are comers and we're depending on them. 



THE NEW LOOK, FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 

The Terps will field for the first time this year a freshman foot- 
ball team. Director of Athletics Jim Tatum has appointed Bill Meek 
as head mentor. Meek, who led the Junior Varsity to a 6 win and 2 
loss record last season has an important job ahead of him. His duty 
is to instill in the new Old Line prospects the split-T that they'll 
embody in their four years of sport at the University of Maryland. 

Coach Meek intends to start his fall practice grind around 
September 20. Just who or how many men will answer his first call 
is hard to say. Anyone in the incoming freshman class is entitled to 
participate in the grid doings. 

Jim Tatum once remarked: "I think that the frosh or JV units 
in the football program of any school are most important. It's here, 
where in a certain sense, to use an old adage, the football men are 
separated from the football boys." He added: "In Bill Meek taking 
over these reins, I feel that we have a young coach thoroughly capable 
of doing a great teaching job, for that is just what it is, teaching our 
system." 

With a five game schedule planned, the junior Terps will play 
three tilts at home and two on the road. The opener will be against 
Western Maryland frosh at College Park on October 8. The following 
Friday they'll meet Georgetown frosh away. The final game of the 
season will be played against the University of West Virginia fresh- 
men at Cumberland, Md. on Nov. 18. 

The schedule is as follows: 

Oct. 8 — Western Maryland at College Park 
Oct. 15 — Georgetown, away 
Oct. 22 — George Washington at College Park 
Nov. 12— Fort Meade at College Park 
Nov. 18 — West Virginia at Cumberland, Md. 

PAGE EIGHTEEN 



SOME INTERESTING NOTES ON THE TERPS 

Captain-elect Gene Kinney spent his summer vacation on a 
Bureau of Mines Expedition out; west digging in mines . . . Jim 
Goodman, big burly tackle, will be a father sometime during this 
season; he joins quarterbacks Vic Turyn and Joe Tucker in that 
category . . . Paul Broglio, guard for the Terps, was a flying sergeant 
in the Marine Corps during World War II . . . Jim Brasher, Jake 
Rowden and Jim La Rue are long distance Terps. Brasher is from 
Texas and Rowden and LaRue, Arizona and Oklahoma respectively 
. . . Francis Evans, senior end, is looking forward to a touchdown pass 
this season; he's never caught one in his tour of duty with the Old 
Line . . . Johnny Troha, soph end, has the nickname "Bread" from his 
great appetite as an eater . . . Jack Targarona, qb, is also quite a 
lacrosse player along with Elmer Wingate . . . Jim Moeller, who plays 
end, also plays first base for Burt Shipley and his baseball nine . . - 
Harry Bonk, fb, and Ed Schwarz, g, are graduate students this year. 
They have another year of eligibility and under Conference rules can 
play . . . Bernie Sniscak, hb, is tabbed as the fastest man on the team 
. . . Vic Turyn, qb, is also president of the senior class . . . Al PhilliVP, 
g, was married this past August . . . the Terps have 6 married men on 
the squad . . . Ray Krouse and Lu Gambino were both named on the 
All-time, all-star Gator Bowl team, Gambino was elected captain . . . 
Bob Roulette, fb, may be the surprise back to watch with the Old 
Liners . . . Stan Levine, qb, and Vern Seibert, hb, are two of the 
smallest men on the squad . . .the Terps use three centers most of the 
time backing up the line . . . Bob Andrus, hb, is a rabid baseball fan 
. . . Bill Everson, c, is destined to give Brasher and Rowden a run for 
their position, according to Coach Tatum . . . Sully Krouse, assistant 
coach and Ray Krouse, t, are brothers . . . Jim Meade, assistant coach 
along with Sully, played pro ball also . . . Houston Elder, assistant 
coach, once coached high school football in Ohio . . . Bill Meek, fresh- 
man football coach, played both in the Chicago All-Star game and 
Sugar Bowl while gridding for Tennessee . . . this is the first year 
Maryland fielded a freshman 11 . . . football ticket sales for the Terps 
for 1948 far exceed any other year's sales . . . Lu Gambino, the All- 
American ace, will be featured in several of the nation's leading 
magaz'nes this season . . . the Terps new stadium will be ready for 
the 1949 season, seating 33,000 . . . Tatum thinks the Southern Con- 
ference will end like this: North Carolina, Duke, William and Mary, 
South Carolina, etc. . . . counting spring: practice of 1947, the- Old 
Liners practiced approximately 115 days — that was all the way up to- 
the Gator Bowl. 

ALL-TIME . . . ALL-OPPONENT RECORD 

(Continued from Page Four) 

WEST VIRGINIA 
Yr. We They 

1919 21 

1943 2 6 

1944 6 6 

1945 13 13 
1947 27 

Total 1 Win, 2 Losses, 
2 Ties 

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