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MARYLAND 

FOOTBALL GUIDE 1969 



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UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 
FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF 

Head Coach Roy Lester (West Virginia '49) 

Administrative Assistant . . Dim Montero (LaSalle '46) 
Offensive Backfield Coach . Bill Bell (Muhlenberg '48) 

Offensive Line Coach Joe Mark (William and Mary '51) 

Defensive Secondary Coach . Lee Royer (West Chester State '57) 

Linebacker Coach George Boutse/is (North Carolina '63) 

Freshman Coach Albert Ferguson (Florence State '62) 



To reach the Football Staff 

TELEPHONE 301-454-2128 

OFFICES IN COLE FIELD HOUSE 



QUICK FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 

Founded 1807 

Location College Park, Maryland 

President Dr. Wilson H. E/kins 

Enrollment, undergraduate (1968-69) . . 23,500 
On Campus Students: 

Undergraduate 9,500 

Married Students 3,000 

Nickname Terrapins, Terps 

Colors Red and White, Gold and Black 

Mascot "Testudo" - a motorized Terrapin 

Stadium Byrd (35,000) 

Conference At/antic Coast 



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New head coach Roy Lester with several 


Terrapins 


limbering up at Byrd Stadium 





1969 SCHEDULE 



Date 



Opponent 



Site 



Time 



Sept. 20 West Virginia Morgantown 1 

Sept. 27 NORTH CAROLINA STATE College Park 1 

Oct. 4 Wake Forest Winston-Salem 7 

Oct. 11 SYRACUSE College Park 1 

Oct. 18 DUKE College Park 1 

Oct. 25 South Carolina Columbia 7 

Nov. 1 Clemson Clemson 1 

Nov. 8 MIAMI, OHIO (HOMECOMING) College Park 1 

Nov. 15 Pen n State University Park 1 

Nov. 22 VIRGINIA College Park 1 



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1968 Results 




Attendance 


Sept. 21 


Florida State 24-Maryland 14 


College Park 


33,600 


Sept. 28 


Syracuse 32— Maryland 14 


Syracuse 


26,591 


Oct. 5 


Duke 30-Mary land 28 


Norfolk, Va. 


21,000 


Oct. 12 


Maryland 33-North Carolina 24 


College Park 


27,480 


Oct. 19 


Maryland 21 -South Carolina 19 


College Park 


28,200 


Oct. 26 


N.C. State 31 -Maryland 1 1 


Raleigh 


29,700 


Nov. 2 


Wake Forest 38-Maryland 14 


Winston-Salem 


15,500 


Nov. 9 


Clemson 16— Maryland 


College Park 


27,300 


Nov. 16 


Penn State 57 -Mary land 13 


College Park 


30,000 


Nov. 23 


Virginia 28-Maryland 23 


Charlottesville 


16,000 



CONTE 

All-Americans 75 

All-conference players 77 

Athletic Council 3 

Athletic Director 8 

Athletic director, assistant . . 10 

Awards 72 

Basketball Schedule 95 

Bell, Bill 15 

Boutselis, George 16 

Coaches, directory of 3 

Coaches, football: 

Roy Lester 12 

Dim Montero 14 

Bill Bell 15 

Joe Mark 16 

George Boutselis 16 

Lee Royer 17 

Albert Ferguson 18 

Coaches, year by year 11 

Elkins, Dr. Wilson H 6 

Faber, Dr. John E 7 

Ferguson, Albert 18 

Fry, William "Spider" 19 

Hanlon, Alfred J 10 

Kehoe, James H 8 

Lester, Roy 12 

Mark, Joe 16 

Maryland football records .... 79 
Montero, Dim 14 



NTS 

Numerical Roster 47 

Opponents: 

West Virginia 29 

North Carolina State .... 30 

Wake Forest 31 

Syracuse 32 

Duke 33 

South Carolina 34 

Clemson 35 

Miami, Ohio 36 

Penn State 37 

Virginia 38 

Outlook 40 

Physician, Team 19 

Player profiles 42 

Pronunciation Guide 47 

Results, 1968 1 

Roster, Varsity 48 

Roster, Freshman 71 

Royer, Lee 17 

Schedule, varsity 1 

Schedule, freshman 71 

Scores with 1969 foes 68 

Statistics, varsity 26 

Statistics, Freshman 70 

Three deeps, tentative 50 

Trainer 19 

Travel Plans 69 

Year by year records 90 



THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

DR. JOHN E. FABER - CHAIRMAN 
Professor Emeritus, Department of Microbiology 

MR. JAMES H. KEHOE 
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics 

MEMBERS 

DR. PAUL P. TRAVER 
Professor, Department of Music 

DR. R. L. GREEN 
Professor and Head, Department of Agricultural Engineering 

DR. DONALD MALEY 
Professor and Head, Department of Industrial Education 

DR. MARVIN H. EYLER 
Professor and Head, Department of Physical Education 

DR. CHARLES A. TAFF 
Professor and Head, Department of Business Administration 

EX OFFICIO MEMBERS 

MR. H. RUSSELL KNUST 
President, University of Maryland Alumni Association 

MR. MICHAEL S. GOLD 
President, Student Government Association 

DIRECTORY OF COACHES Telephone 

Beardmore, Clayton C. "Buddy," lacrosse coach 454-4041 

Bell, H. William, assistant football 454-4066 

Boutselis, George J., assistant football 454-2125 

Campbell, William R., swimming coach 454-2765 

Cronin, Frank H., director of golf course 454-2131 

Driesell, Charles G. "Lefty," basketball coach 454-2126 

Ferguson, Albert R., assistant football 454-4066 

Harrington, Richard I. "Joe," assistant basketball 454-2126 

Jackson, Elton S. "Jack," baseball coach 454-4041 

Kehoe, James H., advisory track coach 454-2121 

Kovalakides, Nicholas J. "Nick," track coach 454-3124 

Krouse, William E. "Sully," wrestling coach 454-2652 

Lester, E. Roy, football coach 454-2128 

Maloney, James, assistant basketball 454-2126 

Mark, Joseph J. C, assistant football 454-2125 

Montero, Dim S., assistant to athletic director 3nd to football coach 454-4066 

Raveling, George H., assistant basketball 454-2126 

Royal, Doyle P., soccer and tennis coach 454-3645 

Royer, H. Lee, assistant football 454-2125 

Smith, C. Rennie, assistant lacrosse 454-4041 

OTHER STAFF PERSONNEL 

Apple, Harold C. "Bud," grounds supervisor 454-2825 

Bean, Edward H., business manager 454-2121 

Daniels, Dan, sports information director 454-2123 

Faber, Dr. John E., faculty chairman of athletics 454-2848 

Fry, William, Jr. "Spider," athletic trainer 454-2127 

Gable, Jack, assistant equipment manager 454-2127 

Hanlon, Alfred J., assistant director of athletics 454-2121 

Kehoe, Charles K. "Lindy," head of facilities 454-2822 

Kehoe, James H., director of athletics 454-2121 

Redmond, Cecil, equipment manager 454-2127 

Stumpff, Robert T., administrative assistant . 454-2123 






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The University of Maryland had its beginning in 1807 with the charter- 
ing of a School of Medicine in Baltimore. Five years later the charter was 
expanded to incorporate faculties of Divinity, Law, and Arts and Sciences 
under the name, University of Maryland. 

The University's development at College Park began in 1856 with the 
establishment of an agricultural college. Six years later, under the terms of 
the Morrill Act of 1862, it became the Land-Grant College of Maryland. 
Over the years additional curricula and colleges were added at the College 
Park campus, and in 1920 the two institutions were combined under a single 
Board of Regents and retained the name. University of Maryland. 

In 1948 the University acquired another division, presently called 
Maryland State College. Located in Princess Anne, the College was founded 
in 1886 by the Methodist Church and was called the Delaware Conference 
Academy. It was taken over by the State of Maryland in 1926. Maryland 
State College operates as an autonomous unit of the University and has its 
own president and faculty. 



The University opened a new campus at Catonsville, Maryland, in 
September, 1966, to serve the Baltimore metropolitan area. Because of its 
location in Baltimore County, the campus is referred to as University of 
Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBO. 





DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 
PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The twenty-first president of the University of Maryland, Dr. Wilson 
H. Elkins, is serving his sixteenth year in that office. He came to Maryland 
in September of 1954 from Texas Western College, a branch of the Univer- 
sity of Texas at El Paso. He previously had served as president of San 
Angelo Junior College. 

He holds B.A. and M .A. degrees from the University of Texas where, 
as an undergraduate, he earned eight varsity letters in football, basketball 
and track. 

As a Rhodes Scholar, he received B.Litt. and Ph.D. degrees from 
Oxford University. 

His administration at Maryland has been marked by a strengthening 
of academic standards. Faced with skyrocketing student enrollment, the 
University under his leadership has consistently sought to provide quality 
education for an increasing number of students. 

Dr. Elkins is past president of the Middle States Association of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools, a member of the Southern Regional Educa- 
tion Board, and the Washington Center for Metropolitan Studies. He serves 
as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of 
Richmond. 




DR. JOHN E. FABER 
CHAIRMAN, THE ATHLETIC COUNCIL 

First appointed to the athletic council in 1951, Dr. Faber has served as 
its chairman since 1963. Dr. Faber is the University's representative to the 
Atlantic Coast Conference, of which he was president last year. 

Dr. Faber is professor emeritus of the microbiology department. Dur- 
ing his 36-year tenure as lacrosse coach, Maryland won five national cham- 
pionships and shared two others. 








DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS JAMES H. KEHOE 



James H. Kehoe became Director of Athletics at the University of 
Maryland July 1, 1969, upon the retirement of William W. Cobey, who 
had held the post since 1956. 

Appointment of Kehoe was announced by University President, Dr. 
Wilson H. Elkins, February 10, at which time Kehoe was placed in charge 
of matters of personnel, prior to assuming total responsibility July 1. 

As Maryland track coach for 23 years, Kehoe saw his teams capture 
the Atlantic Coast Conference championship in all but one year of the 
ACC's existence. 

In 1954, first year of the conference, Maryland took the conference 
crown. After North Carolina won the title in 1955, Kehoe's teams regained 
the championship which Maryland has now held for 15 straight years. 

Since he became head track and cross country coach in 1946, Kehoe 
has directed his teams to a total of 47 Southern Conference and Atlantic 
Coast Conference championships. 

In dual meet competition his teams were undefeated for the past 
eight years, and the track team had a winning streak of 27 straight victories 
and the cross country team 23 at his retirement. 

Maryland won the I.C.4-A. track title in 1965, 66, and 69 to claim 
Eastern track supremacy. 

Perhaps Kehoe's greatest moment was reserved for the recently com- 
pleted season. In his final meet as head coach, by the margin of a single 
point, Maryland defeated heavily favored Villanova for the I.C.4-A. out- 
door championship. By his own admission Kehoe declared this was his 
greatest track victory during his 25 years of coaching. 

A native of Bel Air, Maryland where he starred in several sports, 
Kehoe entered Maryland in 1936 and concentrated on track and cross 
country. He lettered all three of his varsity seasons, was undefeated in dual 
meet competition during this period, and won several Southern Conference 
titles in indoor and outdoor competition, as well as holding University 
records in the 880 yard and two mile runs. 

While a student at Maryland Kehoe was president of the Men's 
League and a member of Omicron Delta Kappa National Honorary Frater- 
nity. His responsibilities at Maryland prior to his appointment as Athletic 
Director included: Head Track and Cross Country Coach, Associate Pro- 
fessor of Physical Education, and Director of Intramural Athletics. He also 
holds an Honorary Doctors Degree from Steed College in Tennessee. 

During World War II Kehoe served as an officer with the 81st Infan- 
try Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank of private to lieutenant 
colonel upon retirement. He participated in the Philippine Islands and 
Central Pacific Campaigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, American 
Service Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal, and Philippine Libera- 
tion Medal while in service. 

Kehoe is married to the former Barbara Riggs England, a 1943 Mary- 
land graduate. The Kehoes have four children: daughters Courtney Ann 
23, Barbara Sue 21, Mary Lou 15, and a son Jim 22. Courtney Ann and 
Jim are graduates of the University. 





ALFRED J. HANLON 
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

Alfred J. Hanlon, who became Assistant Director of Athletics August 
1, is concerned primarily with preparation and supervision of athletic bud- 
gets, scheduling, and organization and coordination of recruiting programs. 

After directing the Maryland Air Force ROTC program for two 
years, Hanlon was retired last summer with the rank of colonel. 

A native of Boston, Hanlon was graduated from Harvard where he 
earned a varsity letter in track. 

A rated command pilot, Hanlon commanded a heavy bomber squad- 
ron in Europe during World War II and has served in a wide variety of 
command and staff positions since. 

Hanlon's decorations include the Legion of Merit, the Air Medal 
with two oak leaf clusters, the Air Force Commendation Medal, and the 
Presidential Unit Citation Badge. 

During his years at Maryland, Hanlon has been very interested in 
Maryland sports and has followed its teams closely. 

Hanlon is married to the former Barbara Foster of Boston. They 
have three children, Christopher, 26, Brenda, 24, and Mark, 22. 



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MARYLAND 






Year Head Coach W L T 




COACHES 






UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 






1920^ 


7 2 


DOWN THE YEARS 




1921 
1922 
1923 


3 5 1 

4 5 1 
7 2 1 








Year Head Coach 


W L 


T 


1924 


3 3 3 


MARYLAND AGGIES 


1925 
1926 


2 5 1 








5 4 1 


1892 *W. W. Skinner 


3 





1927 


> H " C " B V rd 4 7 


1893 *S. H. Harding 


6 





1928 


6 3 1 


1894 *J. G. Bannon 


3 3 





1929 


4 4 2 


1895 No Team 






1930 


7 5 


1896 *Grenville Lewis 


6 2 


2 


1931 


8 1 1 


1897 *John Lillibridge 


2 4 





1932 


5 6 


1898 *J. F. Kenly 


2 5 





1933 


3 7 


1899 *S. M. Cooke 


1 4 





1934-> 


7 3 


1900 *F. H. Peters 


3 4 


1 


1935^ 7 2 2 


1901 *E. B. Dunbar 


1 7 





1936 I 6 5 


1902 D. John Markey 


3 5 


2 


1937 r Frank M. Dobson 8 2 


1903 D. John Markey 


7 4 





1938 2 7 


1904 D. John Markey 


2 4 


2 


1939 J 2 7 


1905 Fred Nielsen 


6 4 





1940 'I Jack Faber, Al 2 6 1 


1906 Fred Nielsen 


5 3 





1941 J Heagy, Al Woods 3 5 1 


1907 C.G. Church & C.W. Melick 


3 6 





1942 Clark Shaughnessy 7 2 


1908 Bill Lang 


3 8 





1943 Clarence Spears 4 5 


1909 Barney Cooper & E.P. Larkin 


2 5 





1944 Clarence Spears 17 1 


1910 R. Alston 


4 3 


1 


1945 Paul "Bear" Bryant 6 2 1 


1911 C.F.Donnelly & H.C.Byrd 


4 4 


2 


1946 Clark Shaughnessy 3 6 


1912^1 


6 1 


1 


1947 - a) 


7 2 2 


1913 >H. C. Byrd 


6 3 





1948 


6 4 


1914 [ 


5 3 





1949 - b 


9 1 


1915J 


6 3 





1950 


7 2 1 


MARYLAND STATE 


1951 -c >Jim Tatum 10 








1952 


/ /. V 


1916~\ 


6 2 





1953 - d 


10 1 


1917 I 

1918 f H " C " B Y rd 


4 3 
4 1 


1 

1 


1954 
1955 - &j 


7 2 1 
10 1 


1919J 


5 4 





1956 "" 
1957 
1958 ., 
1959^ 
1960 


I 2 7 1 
r Tommy Mont 5 5 
I 4 6 

5 5 

6 4 














1961 


7 3 


* Teams coached by captains 






1962 


^-Tom Nugent 6 4 


a Gator Bowl co-champions, tied Georgi< 


j, 20-: 


»o 


1963 


3 7 


b Gator Bowl champions, defeated Missouri, 20 


-7 


1964 


5 5 


c Sugar Bowl champions, defeated Tennessee, 


28- 1: 


1 1965 J 


4 6 


d National champions, lost to Oklahoma 


in 




1966 Lou Saban 4 6 


Orange Bowl, 0—7 






1967 Bob Ward 9 


e Orange Bowl, lost to Oklahoma, 6—20 






1968 Bob Ward 2 8 


76 Year Totals 357 306 36 



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HEAD COACH ROY LESTER 



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Roy Lester was named head football coach at Maryland March 14, 
1969, after an extraordinary high school coaching career. Lester succeeded 
Bob Ward, who resigned. 

In ten years as head coach at Richard Montgomery High School, 
Rockville, Md., Lester's teams won 86 while losing ten with one tie. Six 
times his teams were undefeated. He completed the 1968 season with a 
string of 25 consecutive victories. 

"Such a record is interesting," said Athletic Director Jim Kehoe, 
"in fact, it fascinates me." 

Lester was graduated from West Virginia University with a B.A. de- 
gree in Political Science in 1949. He was an end on the Mountaineers' Sun 
Bowl team of '49 and also played baseball and basketball at West Virginia. 
He spent the 1949 season with the Philadelphia Eagles and their farm 
team, the Paterson, N.J., Panthers. 

In 1950, Lester started his coaching career with a two-year hitch at 
Walton, W.Va., High School and then directed football for four years at 
Allegany High, Cumberland, Md. 

Lester served under Tommy Mont as an assistant coach at Maryland 
for three years starting in 1956. He was freshman coach the first two 
seasons and served as varsity end coach in 1 958. 

As a high school coach, Lester coached two players who developed 
into collegiate and professional stars. Rod Breedlove came to Maryland 
from Allegany High with Lester and became an all-conference guard. 
Mike Curtis, who played for Duke University, was a member of Lester's 
Richard Montgomery squad. 

Of his former coach, Breedlove commented: 

"I learned more fundamentals under Roy Lester than under anyone 
else. He stressed execution, blocking and tackling, maximum effort. Many 
different types of players were on his squads but he molded them to- 
gether, concentrating on team play. He made it a point to exercise strict 
discipline, made sure players kept up their studies, and got along very well 
with parents." 

Lester was held in high regard by his 1968 Richard Montgomery 
squad. Four members of that team, ranked third nationally, quickly signed 
grants-in-aid at Maryland. 

Lester was married in 1957 to the former Sylvia L. Watson. They 
have four children— three boys, Roy, Jr., 11; Chris, 9; and Tommy, 8; and 
one girl, Amy, six. 



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COACHING 




STAFF 




DIM MOIMTERO BILL BELL 



DIM MONTERO, assistant to the director of athletics 
and to the head football coach. 

Dim Montero, assistant to the director of athletics and to the head 
football coach, is in charge of football recruiting, admissions, and aca- 
demics. 

On the field, he will aid both offensive and defensive coaches. 

Montero begins his third season on the Maryland staff after an im- 
pressive ten-year coaching record at Salesianum High School, Wilmington, 
Delaware, where his teams won 70, lost ten, and tied three from 1956 
through 1965. 

Montero was tne national Catholic coach of the year in 1964 when 
Salesianum was unbeaten in nine games. He was named Delaware's coach 
of the year in 1956. In four seasons, Montero's teams were undefeated, 
and Salesianum compiled winning streaks of 29 and 22 games. 

During his coaching career, Montero had nine undefeated seasons. 

Montero is a graduate of LaSalle University of Philadelphia, where 
he achieved Little all-America recognition. 

Dim has served as head coach at Washington College, Chestertown, 
Maryland, and at Kings College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. He was line 
coach at V.M.I, before taking command of Salesianum. 

Married to the former Dottie Jean Klein, Montero is the father of 
three children: Dennis, 19, who played guard and linebacker for his father 
at Salesianum, Dianne, 16, and Denise, 15. 

In his role of administrative assistant, Montero is responsible for 
much of the day-to-day work with individual players. He has earned their 
abiding respect as one who is sincerely and genuinely interested in their 
futures, football and academic. 



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BILL BELL, Offense 

Bill Bell has taken charge of the Maryland offense following a nine- 
teen-year career as coach of offensive backs at Syracuse University, where 
Bell contributed greatly to the development of such stars as Jim Brown, 
Ernie Davis, Jim Nance, Floyd Little, and Larry Csonka. 

The naming of Bell was the first coaching appointment made by new 
coach Roy Lester, whose abiding friendship with Bell began when both 
were undergraduates at West Virginia University. 

Both played football for the Mountaineers immediately before World 
War II. They went their separate ways after hostilities ended, but their 
football and personal ties remained close, leading to their reunion at 
Maryland. 

Bell was born in Steubenville, Ohio, June 24, 1922, and was gradu- 
ated from Parkersburg, West Virginia, High School in 1940. Head coach 
at Parkersburg was a recent West Virginia graduate, Floyd Schwartzwalder, 
with whom Bell has also had a long, close association. 

After enrolling at West Virginia in 1940, Bell was a halfback for 
the Mountaineers until his education was interrupted by the war. Service 
as a bombardier-navigator was completed in 1946. 

That same year, Schwartzwalder became head coach at Muhlenberg 
College and Bill elected to rejoin his former high school mentor. Bill 
guided the Mules to 18 victories in 20 games, fired 47 touchdown passes, 
and was named to the All-East and Little All-America teams in 1947. 

Bell played pro football briefly for the San Francisco 49'ers and 
coached at Marietta, Ohio, High School before joining forces once again 
with Schwartzwalder, who had advanced to head coach at Syracuse. 

Bell is married to the former Betty Lee Staats. The Bells have 
three children, a son William H., 22, an Air Force lieutenant; and two 
daughters, Cynthia Lou, 19, a junior and a cheerleader at Syracuse; and 
Kevin Sue, 17, a high school student. 







JOE MARK GEORGE BOUTSELIS 



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JOE MARK, Offensive Line 

Joe Mark, whose responsibility is the offensive line, learned his foot- 
ball as a blocking back in a single-wing offense, and many will say there is 
no better way. 

Joe was graduated from the College of William and Mary in 1951 
and later was awarded his Master's degree from the same school. 

His first coaching assignment was as varsity assistant at his alma 
mater in 1953. After a two-year tour as head coach at Vero Beach, 
Florida, High School, where his teams won fifteen and lost only five, Joe 
returned to William and Mary in 1956. 

Three years later, Joe began an eight-year career at North Carolina, 
starting first as freshman coach, then joining the varsity staff as an as- 
sistant. His final two seasons at Chapel Hill, Mark headed the North Caro- 
lina offense. 

Mark spent the 1967 and '68 seasons at Navy, charged primarily with 
the offense. 

Joe is the most accomplished golfer on the coaching staff. He is 
affable and generally smiling, even in the face of a certain bogey. 

Mark was born June 24, 1929, at Hampton, Virginia. He is married 
to the former Faith Ann DeBolt. The Marks have two children, Joe, Jr., 
13, and Alyson, 10. 



GEORGE BOUTSELIS, Linebackers 



George Boutselis, who will coach linebackers for Maryland, is a 
former quarterback and will be able to help Terrapin defenders think 
along with the opposing quarterback, perhaps ahead of him. 

George played his college football at North Carolina, where he was 
graduated in 1963 with a B.S. degree in Industrial Relations. 

For four seasons, Boutselis was an assistant coach for his alma 
mater, working for two years with offensive backs, then two years with 
the defensive secondary. 

The University of Cincinnati beckoned in 1967 and Boutselis spent 
two years with the Bearcats, developing and perfecting his ideas about 
defensive football. 

A personable and dedicated student of football, George is also an 
able recruiter, having persuaded several incoming freshmen to attend 
Maryland. 

A native of Harrisburg, Pa., the 29-year-old Boutselis is single, an 
ardent golfer, and a music fan, preferably in stereo. 



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v. 



LEE ROYER 



ALBERT FERGUSON 



LEE ROYER, Defensive Secondary 

Lee Royer, who joined the Maryland coaching staff last season, re- 
mains with the Terrapins as coach of the defensive secondary. 

A native of Baltimore, Lee was graduated from West Chester, Pa., 
State in 1957. Lee was a fullback and linebacker and earned his letter in 
each of four seasons at West Chester. He was football captain for the 1956 
season. 

Royer also earned a varsity letter in tennis. 

Prior to joining the Maryland staff, Royer was an assistant coach at 
Virginia Tech. His previous coaching experience included Fort Knox High, 
Chester, Pa.; Penn Military College; University of Connecticut; and Boston 
College. 

Royer is a cheerful, enthusiastic coach, a "holler guy" in the best 
sense of that term. He is as quick to praise as to point out mistakes, and 
thoroughly dedicated to football. 

Lee is a top after-dinner speaker and has appeared at numerous 
coaching clinics around the nation, notably the National Football Clinic 
last March in Atlantic City, N.J., where he discussed "Developing Muscular 
Endurance Through Pre and Off Season Conditioning." 

Royer is married to the former Ruth Hobbs, also a graduate of West 
Chester State. The Royers have three children: Jenny Lee, 7; Amy Leigh, 
5; and Timmy, 3. 



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ALBERT FERGUSON, Freshmen 

Albert Ferguson, who will coach the Maryland freshmen, has one 
major point in common with his new head coach Roy Lester: both were 
very successful high school coaches. 

In five seasons of directing three high school teams, Ferguson estab- 
lished a record of 42 victories, seven losses, and two ties. 

One of his teams appeared in a post-season bowl game. 

Born in Town Creek, Alabama, June 17, 1939, Ferguson attended 
Auburn University for two years and was graduated from Florence, Ala- 
bama, State in 1962. 

Even while completing work toward his B.S. degree, Al began his 
coaching career at Madison High, Gurley, Alabama. After a two-year stay 
in Loretta, Tennessee, where his 1963 team earned a bowl bid, Ferguson 
advanced to Lawrence County High, Moulton, Alabama, in 1964, for two 
seasons. 

Former Maryland coach Tommy Mont, now head coach at Depauw, 
summoned Ferguson to handle the linebackers and secondary in 1966. 
He worked with the offensive line the next season. 

In 1968, Ferguson was offensive backfield coach at Washington 
University of St. Louis. Upon the recommendation of Mont, Ferguson 
was signed by Maryland. 



Graduate Assistant Bob Brush 

Managers Ted Becker, Pete Nortz 

Equipment Manager Cecil Redmond 

Assistant Equipment Manager Jack Gable 

Grounds Supervisor Bud Apple 



A SPECIAL BOW TO THE LADIES whose dedicated help is 

deeply appreciated. 

Mrs. Betty Francis, Secretary to Mr. Kehoe 

Mrs. Helen Ball, Secretary to Mr. Bean 

Miss Eleanor Peddicord, Secretary to Coach Lester 

Miss Linda Koelker, Secretary, Football Office 

Mrs. Patricia Culbertson, Secretary to Coach Driesell 

Mrs. Verna Rupert, Secretary to Mr. Dan Daniels 

Mrs. Gloria Waesche, Secretary, Athletic Department 



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Dr. Stanford A. Lavine — Team Physician 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine is Terrapin Team 
Physician. 

As a quarterback on the 1949 Maryland 
eleven, Stan established one Terrapin record 
and shares another. 

Against South Carolina, Lavine passed 15 
yards to Ed Bolton who ran 77 yards to 
score. The 92-yard touchdown play remains 
the longest scoring pass and run in the Mary- 
land record book. 

Against George Washington, Lavine com- 
pleted three touchdown passes, a mark he 
shares with several other Terp quarterbacks. 

Dr. Lavine is an orthopedic surgeon. 





TRAINER - WILLIAM FRY 

William "Spider" Fry, a 1951 graduate of 
the University, returned to his alma mater in 
March, 1967, as Head Trainer of Athletics. 
He had served for five years in a similar capa- 
city at Dartmouth College. 

As an undergraduate. Fry earned his letter 
in varsity soccer and a B.S. degree in Physi- 
cal Education. He was an assistant trainer 
for several years before becoming head train- 
er at Dartmouth in 1 962. He was director of 
District I II for the National Athletic Trainers 
Association in 1958. 

Spider and Sandy (Penn State '61) have 
one daughter, Elizabeth Kay, who has just 
turned two. 



SPECIAL DAYS 

SPECIAL DAYS AT BYRD STADIUM THIS FALL 

September 27 - Maryland vs. North Carolina State - Band Day 
October 11 — Maryland vs. Syracuse — Centennial Day 
October 18 — Maryland vs. Duke — Parents' Day 
November 8 — Maryland vs. Miami of Ohio — Homecoming 



19 




^I&K 



*§* 



1968 IN REVIEW 



FLORIDA STATE 24 - MARYLAND 14 (Sept. 21, Byrd Stadium) 

The Terrapins led briefly in the second quarter, when Alan Pastrana 
passed to Rick Carlson for a touchdown. Florida State capitalized on a 
fumble recovery and used the "bomb" to hold a 17-7 half-time lead. 

Maryland pulled to within three points when Hank Gareis returned 
an interception 54 yards to score, but the Terrapins could never come 
closer. 









Md. 


FSU 


Florida State 17 7-24 


First downs 


18 


24 


Maryl 


and 7 7 0-14 


Rushing yardage 


121 


216 


SCORING: 


Passing yardage 


108 


308 


FSU 


Guthrie, FG 26 


Passes 


9-28 


15-30 


Md. 


Carlson 9, pass from Pastrana 


Passes intercepted by 


2 


2 




(Carlson kick) 


Punts/average 


8-44 


6-39.5 


FSU 


Pittman 6, pass from Pajcic 
(Guthrie kick) 


Own fumbles lost 


2 





FSU 


Sellers 82, pass from Pajcic 
(Guthrie kick) 








Md. 


Gareis 54, interception return 
(Carlson kick) 








FSU 


Cappleman 1 run (Guthrie kick) 









SYRACUSE 32- MARYLAND 14 (Sept. 28, Archbold Stadium) 

Presenting Coach Ben Schwartzwalder his 125th victory at Syracuse, 
the Orange clearly predominated. 

Maryland rooters were heartened when Terrapins went on a 57-yard 
march climaxed by Billy Lovett from the one early in the second quarter, 
to narrow the gap to 12-7. 

Apparently stung by the touchdown, the big and versatile Syracuse 
eleven took over, scoring on a long drive and after an interception to take 
a 25-7 half-time lead. 



Maryland 7 7 - 14 


Md. 


Syr. 


Syrac 


use 12 13 7 0-32 


First downs 14 


23 


SCORING: 


Rushing yardage 103 


259 


SY 


Newton 1, run (kick blocked) 


Passing yardage 130 


201 


SY 


Bulicz 8, pass from Paolisso (kick wide) 


Passes 12-20 


15-32 


Md. 


Lovett 1, run (Carlson kick) 


Passes intercepted by 2 


3 


SY 


Godbolt 1, run (pass failed) 


Punts/average 9-35.4 


6-41 


SY 


Paolisso 1, run (Jakowenko kick) 


Own fumbles lost 


2 


SY 


Massis 5, pass from Paolisso 
(Jakowenko kick) 






Md. 


King 1, run (Carlson kick) 







21 



DUKE 30 - MARYLAND 28 (Oct. 5, Oyster Bowl, Norfolk, Va.) 

Apparent victory became heartbreak in the final seconds of a thrill- 
ing game. 

Maryland broke a 21-21 tie when Billy Lovett ran 33 yards up the 
middle to score. The Terrapins clung to a 28-27 lead with 2:13 left when 
Bob Haley jarred loose a two-point conversion pass to Jim Dearth in the 
end zone. 

On the passes of Leo Hart and Dave Trice, Duke battled to the 
Maryland 10, although Maryland fans insisted that a Trice-to-Carter pass, 
ruled complete, had been caught on the bounce at the Terrapins' 10. As 
the gun sounded, David Pugh's field goal sent Maryland to its 16th straight 
loss. 



Maryland 14 14 - 28 

Duke 13 8 9-30 

SCORING: 

Duke Hart 1, run (Pugh kick) 

Duke Chesson 2, run (kick blocked) 

Md. King 2, run (Carlson kick) 

Md. Thomas 1, run (Carlson kick) 

Duke Asak 61, run (Hart run) 

Md. Mattia 22, blocked punt (Carlson kick) 

Md. Lovett 33, run (Carlson kick) 

Duke Trice 2, run (pass failed) 

Duke Pugh, 27 FG 



Md. 
First downs 13 


Duke 

7 


Rushing yardage 137 


67 


Passing yardage 101 


66 


Passes 6-9 


5-11 


Passes intercepted by 





Punts/average 2-40.5 


4-33.2 


Own fumbles lost 2 






MARYLAND 33 - NORTH CAROLINA 24 (Oct. 12, Byrd Stadium) 

The fourth quarter began with North 
Carolina holding a 24-20 lead but Al Thomas 
scored a touchdown to put the Terrapins in 
front. Thomas had put Maryland in good posi- 
tion with a 53 yard kick-off return. 

Maryland's defense halted the Tar Heels 
at midfield and Maryland iced it when Alan 
Pastrana passed 16 yeard to Rick Carlson, to 
set up a jubilant celebration marking the end of 
the 16-game losing streak. 

Billy Lovett established a Maryland rec- 
ord by carrying 39 times. 




North 


Carolina 3 14 7 - 24 




Md. 


UNC 


Maryland 6 7 7 13 - 33 


First downs 


28 


23 


SCORING: 


Rushing yardage 


272 


177 


Md. 


Lovett 1 run (kick failed) 


Passing yardage 


129 


192 


NC 


FG, Hartig, 23 


Passes 


9-12 


14-23 


NC 


Bomar, 1 run (Hartig kick) 


Passes intercepted by 








NC 


Blanchard 26, pass from Bomar 


Punts/average 


2-35 


4-42.5 




(Hartig kick) 


Own fumbles lost 


2 


2 


Md. 


Pastrana 1 run (Pearson, pass 
from Pastrana) 








Md. 


Lovett 18 run (kick failed) 








NC 


Dempsey 1 run (Hartig kick) 








Md. 


Thomas 4 run (pass failed) 








Md. 


Carlson 16, pass from Pastrana (Carlso 


n kick) 







22 



MARYLAND 21 - SOUTH CAROLINA 19 (Oct. 19, Byrd Stadium) 

The Terrapins were never behind but it wasn't easy in the rain on 
Homecoming Day. 

With Maryland ahead, 14-7, in the fourth quarter, the Gamecocks 
missed a two-point conversion after a 47-yard touchdown pass to Fred 
Zeigler. 

Dean Landolt gave Maryland some breathing room when he returned 
a Tommy Suggs pass 26 years to score. 

Zeigler hauled in another touchdown pass, this one 26 yards, with 
3:36 left. But Randy Yoakum, trying to run for two points, was hit by 
John Dyer and Wally Stalnaker just short of the end zone. 



South Carolina 7 12 — 19 

Maryland 7 7 7 - 21 

SCORING: 

Md. Torain 33, pass from Pastrana 

(Carlson kick) 
Md. Lovett 4, run (Carlson kick) 
SC Galloway 3, run (DuPre kick) 
SC Zeigler 47, pass from Yoakum 

(pass failed) 

Md. Landolt 26, interception return (Carlson kick) 
SC Zeigler 26, pass from Yoakum (run failed) 





Md. 


use 


First downs 


12 


22 


Rushing yardage 


268 


127 


Passing yardage 


69 


273 


Passes 


5-15 


17-46 


Passes intercepted by 


5 


1 


Punts/average 


5-45.5 


6-39 


Own fumbles lost 


1 


2 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE 31 - MARYLAND 11 (Oct. 26, Carter Stadium) 

A North Carolina State running game netted 285 yards and the 
Wolfpack defense kept Maryland in poor field position all afternoon. 

Junior Charley Bowers, who scored three touchdowns, ran for 113 
yards and quarterback Jack Klebe added 97 yards. Bobby Hall picked up 
45 yards. 

State recovered a fumble at the Maryland 16 to set up its first touch- 
down, then returned a punt to the Maryland 43 to lead to the second TD, 
and had to go just 46 yards for their third. 



Maryland 

N.C. State 

SCORING 

Md. 

NCS 

NCS 

NCS 

NCS 

Md. 

NCS 



3 
3 14 



8-11 
7-31 



FG Carlson 29 

FG Warren 21 

Bowers 10, run (Warren kick) 

Bowers 3, run (Warren kick) 

Bowers 1, run (Warren kick) 

Lovett 1, run (Lovett, pass from Pastrana) 

Harding 3, run (Warren kick) | 



First downs 


Md. 
18 


NCS 
21 


Rushing yardage 


184 


285 


Passing yardage 


75 


58 


Passes 


5-15 


6-8 


Passes intercepted by 





1 


Punts/average 


7-33.7 


4-41.5 


Own fumbles lost 


1 


2 



23 



WAKE FOREST 38 - MARYLAND 14 (Nov. 2, Groves Stadium) 

Quarterback Freddie Summers, an old nemesis, picked apart the 
Maryland defense and staged a dazzling personal display. 

Summers accounted for 310 yards, 202 passing and 108 rushing, to 
improve upon his 1967 performance (267 yards) against Maryland. 

Things turned toward the Deacons mid-way the second quarter when 
Summers faked a handoff , rolled to his right, and went 90 yards for a 
touchdown. 

In order after that. Summers passed for a touchdown, set another 
with his passing, and ran one yard for another. 



7 7 
3 14 14 



o - 

7 - 



14 
38 



Maryland 

Wake Forest 

SCORING: 

WF Deacon, 21 FG 

Md. Thomas 2, run (Carlson kick) 

WF Summers, 90 run (Deacon kick) 

WF Winrow, 12 pass from Summers 

(Deacon kick) 
WF Clymer, 1 run (Deacon kick) 
WF Summers, 8 run (Deacon kick) 
Md. Greene, 32 pass from Pastrana (Carlson kick) 
WF Leavitt, 1 run (Deacon kick) I 





Md 


WF 


First downs 


21 


20 


Rushing yardage 


140 


227 


Passing yardage 


244 


202 


Passes 


20-37 


17-27 


Passes intercepted by 


2 


3 


Punts/average 


8-35.6 


8-41.5 


Own fumbles lost 


2 






CLEMSON 16 - MARYLAND (Nov. 9, Byrd Stadium) 

While Clemson's defense was holding Maryland to six yards net rush- 
ing, sophomore fullback Ray Yauger led the Tigers to a shutout. 

Yauger ran for 139 yards and scored two touchdowns. Tailback 
Buddy Gore picked up 42 yards, before leaving with a knee injury in the 
second quarter. 

So complete was the Maryland frustration that an apparent touch- 
down pass, a second quarter toss from Alan Pastrana to Roland Merritt 
covering 78 yards, was nullified by a holding penalty. 



Clemson 7 9 - 16 






Md. 


Clem. 


Maryland — 


First downs 




12 


18 


SCORING: 


Rushing yardage 




6 


162 


Clem. Yauger 3, run (Barnett kick) 


Passing yardage 




129 


105 


Clem. Safety, Pastrana tackled in end zone 


Passes 




11 26 


13-26 


Clem. Yauger 8, run (Barnett kick) 


Passes intercepted by 


1 


3 




Punts/average 


11-37.5 


8-38.1 




Own fumbles lost 




1 


1 



24 



PENN STATE 57 - MARYLAND 13 (Nov. 16, Byrd Stadium) 

Penn State, en route to the Orange Bowl and high national ranking, 
demolished the Terrapins with an awesome display of offense and defense. 

The Nittany Lions amassed a total of 475 yards, mainly on the run- 
ning of Bobby Campbell and Charlie Pittman and the pass catching of Ted 
Kwalick, who grabbed five passes for 56 yards. The defense intercepted 
two passes, recovered two fumbles, and blocked a punt. 

The point total was the highest against Maryland since 1917. 



Penn State 7 27 10 13- 57 

Maryland 13 - 13 

SCORING: 

PSU Smear 40, interception return 
(Garthwaite kick) 
Campbell 1, run (Garthwaite kick) 
Pittman 1, run (kick failed) 
Pittman 5, run (kick failed) 
Abbey 1, run (Ramich run) 
Ramich 2, run (Campbell run) 
Safety (punt blocked out of end zone) 
Deuel 2, run (kick failed) 
Lovett 31, run (Carlson kick) 
Deuel 24, run (Abbey kick) 



PSU 
PSU 
PSU 
PSU 
PSU 
PSU 
PSU 
Md. 
PSU 
Md. 



First downs 


Md. 
15 


PSU 
25 


Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 


129 
118 
6-16 


336 

139 

14-21 


Passes intercepted by 
Punts/average 
Own fumbles lost 




5-42 

2 


2 

6-38 





Merritt 53, pass from O'Hara (run failed) 



VIRGINIA 28 - MARYLAND 23 (Nov. 23, Scott Stadium) 

Maryland fans were eager to bid farewell to Virginia halfback Frank 
Quayle, who did the Terrapins in for the third straight year. 

In his final game for the Cavaliers, Quayle ran for 216 yards and 
gained another 45 yards on five pass catches. 

Billy Lovett gained 1 1 1 yards, to give him a Maryland record of 963 
yards for a season. 



Maryland 10 6 7-23 

Virginia 14 7 7-28 

SCORING: 

Va. Quayle 45, run (Carrington kick) 

Md. King 92, kickoff return (Carlson kick) 

Md. Carlson FG 23 

Va. Quayle 8, run (Carrington kick) 

Md. Lovett 7, pass from Pastrana 

(kick failed) 

Va. Anderson 12, pass from Arnette (Carrington kick) 
Md. Merritt, 4 pass from Pastrana (Carlson kick) 
Va. Quayle 6, run (Carrington kick) i 





Md. 


Va. 


First downs 


17 


25 


Rushing yardage 


181 


325 


Passing yardage 


189 


256 


Passes 


13-30 


14-28 


Passes intercepted by 


1 


1 


Punts/average 


8-42.5 


5-36 


Own fumbles lost 





2 



25 



j TEAM STATISTIC /Ton 


Ramocl 1QRR-. 




i I l. n i vi w i " i iw i 

FIRST DOWNS 




PENALTIES 




Md. 


Opp. 


j 


lAd. Opp. 


Total first downs 175 


222 


Number t 


17 59 


First downs rushing 97 


117 


Yards penalized 491 661 


First downs passing 64 


89 






First downs by penalty 14 


16 


RETURN YARDAGE 


RUSHING 




Number punt returns ; 


24 41 


Number rushing plays 534 
Yards gained 2054 
Yards lost 412 


529 

2503 

231 


Yardage 173 425 
Number kickoff returns 48 30 
Yardage 993 624 


Net yardage 1642 


2272 


Number interceptions 14 16 
Yardage _209 .159 


PASSING 




Total Return Yardage 1375 1208 


Number attempted 218 


273 






Number completed 97 


141 


FUMBLES 




Had intercepted 16 


14 


Fumbles lost 


L3 11 


Net yardage 1296 


1920 






Percentage 44.5 


51.6 


SCORING 








Touchdowns 


24 41 


TOTAL OFFENSE 




Rushing 


L3 31 


Number of plays 752 
Net yardage 2938 


802 
4192 


Passing 
Interceptions 
Kickoff returns 


7 9 
2 1 
1 






Blocked punt 


1 






Extra points 


21 32 


PUNTING 




PAT, kicks 


L7 28 






PAT, rushing 


3 


Number of punts 72 


61 


PAT, passing 


2 


Yardage 2824 


2324 


Field goals 


2 5 


Average 39.2 


38.1 


Safties 


2 5 


COMPOSITE SCORI 


: BY QUARTERS 


69 


171 


Maryland 33 


48 


21 


Opponents 55 


106 
SCOF 


67 71 

MNG 


299 




TOUCHDOWNS 


POINTS AFTER 


FG's 


Total 


Run 


Pass 


Other 


Kick 


Run 


Pass 


Billy Lovett 


7 


1 











1 





50 


Rick Carlson 





2 





17-20 








2-5 


35 


*John King 


2 





1 














18 


* Al Thomas 


3 




















18 


* Roland Merritt 





2 

















12 


* Hank Garies 








1 














6 


* Tony Greene 





1 

















6 


* Dean Landolf 








1 














6 


* Pete Mattia 








1 














6 


Alan Pastrana 


1 




















6 


Ernie Torain 





1 

















6 


Ron Pearson 

















1 





2 


TOTALS 


13 


7 


4 


17-20 





2 


2-5 


171 


♦Denotes returning player. 



26 





- iiunivimiAi statnstip^ 








- inUIVIIIUnL glnl IOI IUO - 
(Asterisk denotes players returning for 1969] 






RUSHING 


Times 
Carried 


Yards Yards Net Long 

Gained Lost Yards Gain Average 


TD's 


Billy Lovett 


217 


972 9 963 


60 


4.4 


7 


*AI Thomas 


110 


375 


f 12 365 


31 


3.3 


3 


♦John King 


88 


323 22 301 


25 


3.4 


2 


Ernie Torain 


28 


94 8 86 


12 


3.0 





*Roland Merritt 


3 


38 10 28 


26 


9.3 





*Paul Fitzpatrick 7 


12 2 10 


4 


1.4 





*Tony Greene 


1 


f 


i 6 


6 


6.0 





*Bill Meister 







5 5 


5 


... 





*Dennis O'Hara 


29 


104 104 


26 


0.0 





Alan Pastrana 


51 


123 245 -122 


12 


-2.2 


1 


PASSING 
Alan Pastrana 


Att. 
172 


Comp. Int. Yds. 
81 U 1053 


Long 
45 


Pet. 
47.1 


TD 
6 


*Dennis O'Hara 


46 


16 


5 243 


53 


34.8 


1 


PASS RECEIVING No. 




Yds. Avg. 


Long 


TD's 


*Sonny Demczuk 


23 




215 9.3 




19 





Rick Carlson 


21 




359 17.1 




45 


2 


Ron Pearson 


14 




189 13.5 




27 





*Lou Bracken 


9 




115 12.8 




19 





* Roland Merritt 


8 




167 20.9 




53 


2 


*AI Thomas 


6 




41 6.8 




15 





*Tony Greene 


4 




69 17.2 




32 


1 


*John King 


4 




34 8.5 




15 





Ernie Torain 


3 




55 18.3 




33 


1 


Billy Lovett 


3 




32 10.7 




15 


1 


*Jimmy Lawrence 


2 




20 10.0 




11 





PUNTING 

No. Yds. Long Avg. 
*Fries 72 2824 72 39.2 


Blk. 
1 


KICKOFF RETURNS 

No. Yds. Long Avg. TDs 
*John King 17 382 92 22.5 1 
*AI Thomas 13 279 53 21.5 
*Kenny Dutton 8 180 34 22.5 
*Tony Greene 3 68 22 22.7 
*Sonny Demczuk 3 53 12 17.7 

Rick Carlson 1 11 11 11.0 
*Dennis O'Hara 1 10 10 10.0 

Ron Pearson 1 10 10 10.0 
*Mike Stubljar 1 0.0 


PUNT RETURNS 
No. Yds. Long Avg. 
*Dutton 16 107 10 6.7 
*Greene 3 21 13 7.0 


TDs 




INTERCEPTIONS 


*Maffia<$> 1 22 
*Van Sickier 1 19 
*Colbert 1 5 
Haley 1 
*King 1 -1 


22 22.0 

19 19.0 

5 5.0 

0.0 

-1 -1.0 

ng blocked 


1 






*Wally Stalnaker 
*Dean Landolt 
*Hank Gareis 
*Gary Van Sickier 
*Dan Kecman 
*Eric Moore 
Bob Haley 
*Bob Colbert 
*Steve Ciambor 


5 
2 


71 

42 

54 

23 

8 

7 

2 

2 




34 14.0 

26 21.0 1 

54 54.0 1 

23 23.0 

8 8.0 

7 7.0 

2 2.0 

2 2.0 

0.0 


^Scored after recover 
punt. 



27 




West Virginia 

vs. 

Maryland 

SEPT. 20, 1969 

MORGANTOWN, W. VA. 

1:30 EDT 



CARLIN 



CRENNEL 




Enrollment: 14,000 

Colors: Old Gold and Blue 

University President: Dr. James G. Harlow 



Location: Morgantown, W. Va. 26505 

Conference: I ndependent 

Nickname: Mountaineers 

Athletic Director: Robert N. (Red) Brown 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Jim Carlen, Georgia Tech, 1954 

Record at West Virginia: (3 years) 15-12-3 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Jim Ragland, Marshall Taylor, Bobby Bowden, Dale Evans, Jack Fligg 

Defense: Richard BelJ, Bob Brown, Hayden Buckley 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 16 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 27 

Captain(s): by games 

Team Strength: passing game, improved running backs, overall defense 

Team Weakness: lack of place kicker, depth in offensive line 

Top Returning Backs: QB Mike Sherwood, FB Jim Braxton, WB Wayne Porter, TB Eddie Silverio 

Top Returning Linemen: SE Oscar Patrick, C Dick Roberts, MG Carl Crennell, DT Geo. Henshaw 

Top Newcomers: TE Hollis Haff (transfer), DB Leon Jenkins (soph.) 

Ail-American Candidates: MG Carl Crennel, SE Oscar Patrick, QB Mike Sherwood 

All Conference or Sectional: all above plus FB Jim Braxton 

Name and Capacity of Stadium: Mountaineer Field, 35,000 

Sports Information Director: Ben Lusk 

Phone: Office-Area Code (304) 293-2821 Home: Area Code (304) 292-4367 



1969 Schedule 




1968 Results (7-3) 


Sept. 13 


Cincinnati 


17 


Richmond 


Sept. 20 


Maryland 


38 


Pittsburgh 15 


Sept. 27 


At Tulane 


20 


Penn State 31 


Oct. 4 


VMI 


14 


VMI 7 


Oct. 1 1 


At Penn State 


20 


Wm. & Mary 


Oct. 25 


Pitt 


12 


Virginia Tech 27 


Nov. 1 


At Kentucky 


16 


Kentucky 35 


Nov. 8 


At Wm. & Mary 


17 


Citadel 


Nov. 15 


Richmond 


30 


Villanova 20 


Nov. 22 


At Syracuse 


23 


Syracuse 6 



29 




N. C. State 

vs. 
Maryland 

SEPT. 27. 1969 
BYRD STADIUM 
1:30 EDT 

EDWARDS HILKA 




Location: Raleigh, North Carolina Enrollment: 11,000 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Red and White 

Nickname: Wolfpack University Chancellor: Dr. John T. Caldwell 

Athletic Director: Willis R. Casey 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Earle Edwards (Penn State '31) 

Record at 71 -75-6: ( 1 5 years) 

Assistant Coaches: Offense; Bill Smaltz, Ernie Driscoll 

Defense: Al Michaels, Carey Brewbaker, Jack Stanton 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 12 Number of Lettermen Returning: 21 

Captain(s): Don Jordan, OG; Mike Hilka, LB; Gary Yount, DB 

Team Strength: Veteran defensive unit, particularly at tackle. Standouts on offense in guard Don 

Jordan, tackle Marvin Tharp and halfbacks Charlie Bowers and Leon Mason. 
Team Weakness: Inexperience at quarterback, fullback, center and end. Loss of all-America 

kicking specialist Jerry Warren. 
Top Returning Backs: Charlie Bowers, HB, on offense; Defensive backs Jack Whitley and 

Gary Yount 
Top Returning Linemen: On defense-Ron Carpenter, DT; Art Hudson, DT; Andy Solonoski, MG; 

Mike Hilka, LB; Steve Diacont, LB. On offense-Don Jordan, OG; 

Marvin Tharp, OT 
Top Newcomers: Halfback Don Bradley; Centers Dan Sarik and John Elliott; Defensive Back 

Dave Adamczyk; Defensive Tackle Dan Medlin 
Ail-American Candidates: Ron Carpenter, DT; Don Jordan, OG; Jack Whitley, DB 
All Conference or Sectional: The above three and Marvin Tharp, OT; Art Hudson, DT; Gary Yount, 

DB; Charlie Bowers, HB 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Carter Stadium, 41,000 
Sports Information Director: Frank Weedon 
Phone: Office-Area Code (919) 755-2102 Home-Area Code (919) 828-5070 



1969 Schedule 




1968 Results (6-4) 




Sept. 13 


Wake Forest 


10 


Wake Forest 


6 




Sept. 20 


North Carolina 


38 


North Carolina 


6 




Sept. 27 


At Maryland 


14 


Oklahoma 


28 




Oct. 3 


At Miami, Fla. 


14 


S.M.U. 


35 




Oct. 1 1 


At South Carolina 


36 


South Carolina 


12 




Oct. 18 


At Virginia 


19 


Virginia 







Oct. 25 


Duke 


31 


Maryland 


11 




Nov. 15 


Houston 


19 


Clem son 


24 




Nov. 22 


At Florida State 


17 


Duke 


15 




Nov. 29 


Penn State 


7 


Florida State 


48 





30 




Wake Forest 
vs. 
Maryland 

OCT. 4. 1969 
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. 
7:30 EDT 



STOLL 




HEADLEY 



C/^As , 



Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina Enrollment: 3,177 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Old Gold & Black 

Nickname: Demon Deacons University President: Dr. James Ralph Scales 

Athletic Director: Dr. Gene Hooks 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Calvin C. (Cal) Stoll (Minnesota '50) 

Record at Wake Forest: (1st year) 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Tom Moore, Oval Jaynes, Ron Strak 

Defense: Tom Harper, Beattie Feathers, Ted Guthard, Bill Lewis 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 19 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 25 

Captain(s): (Likely game captains) 

Team Strength: Good running backs in Jack Dolbin, Buz Leavitt, Tom Gavin and Ron Jurewicz 

Also strong secondary. 
Team Weakness: Inexperienced offensive line. 
Top Returning Backs: Jack Dolbin, Buz Leavitt, Tom Gavin 
Top Returning Linemen: Joe Dobner, Win Headley, Gerald McGowan, Ed George 
Top Newcomers: Bill Bobbora, Larry Russell, Chester Waite, Terry Bennett, Ed Bradley, Gary 

Johnson, Ed Stetz 
All-American Candidates: DT Win Headley 

All Conference or Sectional: HB Jack Dolbin, FB Ron Jurewicz, OC Joe Dobner 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Groves Stadium (31,000) 
Sports Information Director: Dick Barkley 
Phone: Office-Area Code (919) 725-9711 x412 Home-Area Code (919) 765-9128 



1969 Schedule 




1968 Results (2-7-1) 


Sept. 13 


At N.C. State (N) 


6 


N.C. State 10 


Sept. 20 


At Auburn 


20 


Clemson 20 


Sept. 27 


Virginia Tech (N) 


19 


Minnesota 24 


Oct. 4 


Maryland (N) 


6 


Virginia Tech 7 


Oct. 1 1 


Duke 


27 


Purdue 28 


Oct. 18 


At Clemson 


48 


North Carolina 31 


Oct. 25 


At North Carolina 


38 


Maryland 14 


Nov. 8 


At Virginia 


21 


South Carolina 34 


Nov. 15 


South Carolina 


3 


Duke 18 


Nov. 21 


At Miami, Fla. (N) 


24 


Florida State 42 



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Syracuse 

vs. 
Maryland 

OCT. 11. 1969 

BYRD STADIUM 

1:30 EDT 

SCHWARTZWALDER WHITE 




Enrollment: (undergraduate) 10,093 

Color: Orange 

University Chancellor: James E. Corbally 



Location: Syracuse, N.Y. 

Conference: none (independent) 

Nickname: Orangemen 

Athletic Director: James H. Decker 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Floyd (Ben) Schwartzwalder, West Virginia '33 

Record at Syracuse: (20 years) 130-62-2 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Joe Krivak, receivers; Rocco Pirro, line; Jim Shreve, backs 

Defense: Ted Dailey, line; Chuck Fogarty, backs; Joe Szombathy, ends, linebackers 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 18 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 30 

Captain(s): game captains 

Team Strength: Veteran offensive line (all starters return), depth in offensive backfield. 

Team Weakness: Over-all defense (seven starters have been lost), quarterbacking 

Top Returning Backs: Al Newton, FB, top rusher as soph; John Godbolt, HB, number two 

rusher as soph. 
Top Returning Linemen: Offensive— Andy Fusco, John Cherundolo, tackles. Defensive— Ray 

White, middle guard. 
Top Newcomers: Marty Januszkiewicz, TB; Joe Ehrmann, def. tackle; Tom Myers, def. back 
All-American Candidates: Ray White; George Jakowenko as kicking specialist 
All Conference or Sectional: White, Al Newton, Andy Fusco, John Massis, tight end. Bill Maddox, 

split end, Joe Ehrmann 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Archbold (41,731) 
Sports Information Director: Larry Kimball 
Phone: Office-Area Code (315) 476-5541 x2608 Home-Area Code (315) 682-6002 



1969 Schedule 


1968 Results (6-4) 




Sept. 20 


Iowa State 


10 


Michigan State 


14 


Sept. 27 


At Kansas 


32 


Maryland 


14 


Oct. 4 


At Wisconsin 


20 


UCLA 


7 


Oct. 1 1 


At Maryland 


50 


Pittsburgh 


17 


Oct. 18 


Penn State 





California 


43 


Oct. 25 


Holy Cross 


47 


Holy Cross 





Nov. 1 


At Pittsburgh 


31 


William & Mary 





Nov. 8 


Arizona 


44 


Navy 


6 


Nov. 15 


At Navy 


6 


West Virginia 


23 


Nov. 22 


West Virginia 


12 


Penn State 


30 



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Duke University 

vs. 

Maryland 

OCT. 18, 1969 
BYRD STADIUM 
1:30 EDT 




HARP 



HART 



Enrollment: approximately 8,000 

Colors: Royal Blue and White 

University Chancellor Pro-Tern.: Dr. BarnesWoodhall 



Location: Durham, North Carolina 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Blue Devils 

Atlhetic Director: E. M. Cameron 

Head Coach (alma mater and yearj: Tom Harp (Muskingum '50) 

Record at Duke: ( 3 years) 13-17 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Jacque Hetrick— BF, Harold Hunter— Line, Stan Crisson— Passing, John Gutekunst-Asst. Line 

Defense: George Hill (LB), Herschel Caldwell (Secondary), Carmen Falcone (Line), Sam Timer (BF), 

Alex Gibbs (Ends), Bob Cox (Asst. varsity). Jack Hall (Freshmen) 
Number of Lettermen Lost: 20 
Number of Lettermen Returning: 22 
Captain(s): game captains 
Team Strength: passing attack (with Hart at QB), linebackers (with Biddle), improved running 

attack (with return of Schafer), improved def. BF (with addition of sophs— Searl, 

Jackson, Davies) 
Team Weakness: lack of size on def. line, lack of experience on off. line and def. line 
Top Returning Backs: Leo Hart QB, Don Baglien FB, Phil Asack FB-TB, Pete Schafer TB, Marcel 

Courtillet FLK, Wes Chesson FLK-SE 
Top Returning Linemen: Jim Dearth TE, Dick Biddle LB, Joe Compitello LB, Ken Bombard OG 
Top Newcomers: Rich Searl S, Ernie Jackson DHB, Mike Davies DHB, Bo Bochow FLK, Dennis 

Satyshur QB 
Ail-American Candidates: Leo Hart QB, Dick Biddle LB 
All Conference or Sectional: Hart QB, Biddle LB, Chesson FLK, Courtillet SE-FLK, Dearth TE, 

Ken Bombard OG, Bob Shinn DE 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Wallace Wade Stadium (55,000) 
Sports Information Director: Dick Brusie 
Phone: Office-Area Code (919) 684-2633 Home-Area Code (919) 489-2122 



1969 Schedule 


1968 Results (4-6) 






Sept. 20 


At South Carolina 


14 


South Carolina 


7 




Sept. 27 


At Virginia 


10 


Michigan 


31 




Oct. 4 


Pittsburgh 


30 


Maryland 


28 




Oct. 1 1 


At Wake Forest 


20 


Virginia 


50 




Oct. 18 


At Maryland 


22 


Clemson 


39 




Oct. 25 


At N.C. State 


25 


Army 


57 




Nov. 1 


At Georgia Tech 


46 


Georgia Tech 


30 




Nov. 8 


Clemson 


15 


N.C. State 


17 




Nov. 15 


At Virginia Tech 


18 


Wake Forest 


3 




Nov. 22 


North Carolina (H) 


14 


North Carolina 


25 





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South Carolina 

vs. 

Maryland 

OCT. 25. 1969 

COLUMBIA. S. C. 

7:30 EDT 



):.M-^%.- -. 



DIETZEL 



MUIR 



Enrollment: 15,500 

Colors: Garnet and Black 

University President Dr. Thomas F. Jones 



Location: Columbia, S.C. 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Fighting Gamecocks 

Athletic Director: Paul F. Dietzel 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Paul F. Dietzel (Miami of Ohio '48) 

Record at USC: 10-20-0 (3 years) 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Bill Shalosky, Dick Weldon, Don Purvis 

Defense: Larry Jones, Bill Rowe, Johnny Menger 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 13 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 30 

Captain(s): Game captains 

Team Strength: Offensive backs, receivers, defensive ends, improved depth 

Team Weakness: Inexperience at center, middle guard, rover back 

Top Returning Backs: FB Warren Muir, QB Tommy Suggs, TB Rudy Holloman, SAF Tyler 

Hellams, DHB Pat Watson, DHB Don Bailey 
Top Returning Linemen: DE Dave Lucas, DE Lynn Hodge, DE Jimmy Pope, DE Joe Wingard, DT 

Rusty Ganas, DT Jimmy Poston, LB Al Usher, OT Tony Fusaro, SE 

Fred Zeigler, OG Don Buckner, OG Chris Bank 
Top Newcomers: MG Kevin Mooney, ROV Bo Davies, DHB Dick Harris, FB Tommy Simmons, 

TB Billy Ray Rice 
All American Candidates: FB Warren Muir, LB Al Usher, SAF Tyler Hellams 
All Conference or Sectional: FB Warren Muir, LB Al Usher, SAF Tyler Hellams, OT Tony Fusaro, 

DE Dave Lucas, DT Rusty Ganas, QB Tommy Suggs 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Carolina Stadium (42,338) 
Sports Information Director: Tom Price 
Phone: Office-Area Code (803) 777-4277 Home-Area Code (803) 787-2395 



1969 Schedule 




1968 Results (4-6) 




Sept. 20 


Duke 


7 


Duke 


14 


Sept. 27 


North Carolina 


32 


North Carolina 


27 


Oct. 4 


At Georgia 


20 


Georgia 


21 


Oct. 1 1 


N.C. State 


12 


N.C. State 


36 


Oct. 18 


At Virginia Tech 


19 


Maryland 


21 


Oct. 25 


Maryland 


28 


Florida State 


35 


Nov. 1 


At Florida State 


49 


Virginia 


28 


Nov. 8 


At Tennessee 


34 


Wake Forest 


21 


Nov. 15 


At Wake Forest 


6 


Virginia Tech 


17 


Nov. 22 


Clemson 


7 


Clemson 


3 



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Clemson 

vs. 
Maryland 

NOV. 1, 1969 

CLEMSON, S. C. 

1:30 EST 



HOWARD 



YAUGER 




Enrollment: 6,838(1968-69) 
Colors: Purple and Orange 
University President: Dr. Robert Cook Edwards, 
Clemson '33 



Location: Clemson, S.C. 29631 

Conference: Atlantic Coast 

Nickname: Tigers 

Athletic Director: Frank Howard 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Frank Howard, Alabama '31 

Record at Clemson: (29 years) Won 161, Lost 112, Tied 12 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Art Baker, Larry Beckish, Whitey Jordan (Head offensive) 

Defense: Bob Jones, Banks McFadden, Bob Smith (Head defensive) 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 13 Offensive, 11 Defensive 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 14 Offensive, 13 Defensive 

Captain(s): Game captain 

Team Strength: Tailback, Flanker, defensive secondary 

Team Weakness: Interior offensive line, defensive tackle 

Top Returning Backs: Ray Yauger, TB; Charlie Waters, F; Rick Medlin, FB; Chuck Werner and 

John Fulmer, DB 
Top Returning Linemen: OG Grady Burgner, OE Jim Sursavage, DE Ivan Southerland, 

MG B. B. Elvington 
Top Newcomers: OE John McMakin, OT Jim Dorn, OG Tappey Squires, QB Ricky Gilstrap, FB 

Rick Bukowsky, DT Ralph Daniel, DE Charlie Mayer, LB Larry Hefner 
Ail-American Candidates: Tailback Ray Yauger 
All Conference or Sectional: TB Ray Yauger, OG Grady Burgner, FLK Charlie Waters, OE Jim 

Sursavage, DE Ivan Southerland, DB Chuck Werner 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Memorial (43,451 ) 
Sports Information Director: Bob Bradley 
Phone: Office-Area Code (803) 654-4111 Home-Area Code (803) 654-5419 



1969 Schedule 


1968 Results (4-5-1) 


Sept. 20 


At Virginia 


20 


Wake Forest 20 


Sept. 27 


Georgia 


13 


Georgia 31 


Oct. 4 


At Georgia Tech 


21 


Georgia Tech 24 


Oct. 1 1 


At Auburn 


10 


Auburn 21 


Oct. 18 


Wake Forest 


39 


Duke 22 


Oct. 25 


Alabama 


14 


Alabama 21 


Nov. 1 


Maryland 


24 


N. C.State 19 


Nov. 8 


At Duke 


16 


Maryland 


Nov. 15 


At North Carolina 


24 


North Carolina 14 


Nov. 22 


At South Carolina 


3 


South Carolina 7 



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Miami University 
vs. 
Maryland 

NOV. 8. 1969 
BYRD STADIUM 
(Homecoming) 
1:30 EST 



MALLORY 



ARTHUR 




Enrollment: 11,500 

Colors: Red and White 

University President: Dr. Phillip R. Shriver 



Location: Oxford, Ohio 45056 

Conference: Mid-American 

Nickname: Redskins 

Athletic Director: Richard G. Shrider 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Bill Mallory, Miami '57 

Record at Miami: (1st year) 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Howard Wyers, Tom Dimitroff, Tirrel Burton 

Defense: Jim Herbstreet, Ron Corradini, Bob Reublin, Dick Crum 

Number of Letter men Lost: 12 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 28 

Captain(s): none yet 

Team Strength: nine of 1 1 offensive starters back 

Team Weakness: lost most of defensive starters 

Top Returning Backs: QB Kent Thompson, FB Cleveland Dickerson, TE Gary Arthur 

Top Returning Linemen: OT Dave Hutchins, OG Larry Thompson, DE Jim Scott, LB Merv 

Nugent, LB Don Wade, MG Larry Draper 
Top Newcomers: T Dale Koch, LB Marc Smith 
All-American Candidates: TE Gary Arthur, 6-5, 230, senior, Dayton. 
All Conference or Sectional: TE Gary Arthur, OT Dave Hutchins, OG Larry Thompson, 

LB Merv Nugent 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Miami Field (14,900) 
Sports Information Director: Dave Young 
Phone: Off ice- Area Code (513) 529-4327 Home- Area Code (513) 523-8709 



1969 Schedule 


1968 Results (7-3) 




Sept. 13 


Xavier 


28 


Xavier 


7 


Sept. 20 


At Dayton 


20 


Pacific 


21 


Sept. 27 


At Western Mich. 


28 


Western Mich. 





Oct. 1 1 


Marshall 


24 


Kent State 





Oct. 18 


Ohio Univ. 


46 


Marshall 





Oct. 25 


At Bowling Green 


7 


Ohio Univ. 


24 


Nov. 1 


Toledo 


31 


Bowling Green 


7 


Nov. 8 


At Maryland 


21 


Toledo 


17 


Nov. 15 


At Kent State 


14 


Dayton 





Nov. 22 


At Cincinnati 


21 


Cincinnati 


23 



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Penn State 

vs. 
Maryland 

NOV. 15, 1969 
UNIVERSITY PARK, PA. 
1:30 EST 



PATER NO 



REID 




Enrollment: 25,000 

Colors: Blue and White 

University President: Dr. Eric A. Walker 



Location: University Park, Pa. 

Conference: none 

Nickname: Nittany Lions 

Athletic Director: Edward M. Czekaj 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Joe Paterno, Brown '50 

Record at PSU: (3 years) 24-7-1 (begins 4th year) 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Bob Phillips, Jim Weaver, George Welsh, Earl Bruce, Jerry Sandusky 

Defense: Frank Patrick, Jim O'Hora, Dan Radakovich, J. T. White 

Number of Lettermen Lost: 14 

Number of Lettermen Returning: 39 

Captain(s): DT Mike Reid, DT Steve Smear, OT Tom Jackson 

Team Strength: QBs, Running Backs, Overall Defense, Guard-Center, Wide Receivers 

Team Weakness: Tight End, Offensive Tackle, Defensive End 

Top Returning Backs: OHB Charlie Pittman, FB Don Abbey, OHB Gary Deuel, QB Chuck 

Burkhart; Saf. Neal Smith; DHB Paul Johnson 
Top Returning Linemen: OG Charlie Zapiec; C Warren Koegel; LBs Dennis Onkotz, Jim Kates, 

Jack Ham; DTs Mike Reid and Steve Smear 
Top Newcomers: OHB Lydell Mitchell; FB Franco Harris; LB Gary Gray; DHB Stan Baran 
Ail-American Candidates: Reid, Onkotz, Pittman, Kates, Smear, Koegel 
All Conference or Sectional: Same plus LB Jack Ham, SE Greg Edmonds; DHBs Neal Smith and 

Paul Johnson; G Zapiec 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Beaver Stadium (48,284) 
Sports Information Director: Jim Tarman 
Phone: Office-Area Code (814) 865-7517 Home-Area Code (814) 466-6852 



1969 Schedule 


1968 Results (10-0) 


Sept. 20 


At Navy 


31 


Navy 6 


Sept. 27 


Colorado 


25 


Kansas State 9 


Oct. 4 


At Kansas State 


31 


West Virginia 20 


Oct. 1 1 


West Virginia 


21 


U.C.L.A. 6 


Oct. 18 


At Syracuse 


29 


Boston College 


Oct. 25 


Ohio University 


28 


Army 24 


Nov. 1 


Boston College 


22 


Miami 7 


Nov. 15 


Maryland 


57 


Maryland 13 


Nov. 22 


At Pittsburgh 


65 


Pittsburgh 9 


Nov. 29 


At N.C. State 


30 


Syracuse 12 
Orange Bowl 






15 


Kansas 14 



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Virginia 

vs. 
Maryland 

NOV. 22, 1969 

BYRD STADIUM 

1:30 EST 



BLACKBURN 



PATTON 




Location: Charlottesville, Virginia Enrollment: Over 9,000 

Conference: Atlantic Coast Colors: Orange and Blue 

Nickname: Cavaliers, Wahoos University President: Mr. Edgar Finley Shannon, Jr. 

Athletic Director: Steve Sebo, Michigan State '37 Washington and Lee '39 

Head Coach (alma mater and year): Findlay (Ohio), '36 — George Edward Blackburn 

Record at Virginia: 21 — 19 (4 years) 

Assistant Coaches: 

Offense: Ken Campbell (offensive coord.); Dick Kupec (line); Tom Fletcher (line); 

Bill Clay (freshman) 
Defense: Don Lawrence (def. coord.); Ned McDonald (line); Maury Bibent (secondary); 

Zeke Fantino (chief recruiter) 
Number of Lettermen Lost: 13 
Number of Lettermen Returning: 28 
Captain(s): Rick Moschel, Bob Rannigan 

Team Strength: Defensive unit; returning letterman at each of the 22 starting positions. 
Team Weakness: Offensive backfield wiped out by graduation. Loss of Quayle, Hammer, Shelly 

(AII-ACC's) on offense. 
Top Returning Backs: Dave Wyncoop TB; DB Andy Minton; Chuck Mooser FL; S Bob Rannigan; 

DB Pete Schmidt. 
Top Returning Linemen: Defensive ends Tom Patton and Al Sinesky; C Dan Ryzcek; G Jim Shannon 
Top Newcomers: TB Jimmy Lacey; FB Gary Helman; QB Brian Kitchen and Mike Cubbage; DE Bill 

Gardner; LB Rick Kohlbacher; DB Robbie Gustafson. 
Ail-American Candidates: Tom Patton, Day Ryczek, Bob Rannigan 
All Conference or Sectional: Tom Patton, Dan Ryczek, Bob Rannigan, Al Sinesky, Jim Shannon 

and Pete Schmidt. 
Name and Capacity of Stadium: Scott (25,000) 
Sports Information Director: Barney Cooke 
Phone: Off ice-Area Code (703) 924-301 1 Home-Area Code (703) 293-6791 



1969 Schedule 




1968 Results (7-3) 


Sept. 20 


Clemson 


6 


Purdue 44 


Sept. 27 


Duke 


47 


V.M.I. 


Oct. 4 


At Wm. and Mary 


41 


Davidson 14 


Oct. 1 1 


VMI (Richmond) 


50 


Duke 20 


Oct. 18 


N.C. State 





N.C. State 19 


Oct. 25 


At Navy 


24 


Navy 


Nov. 1 


North Carolina 


28 


South Carolina 49 


Nov. 8 


Wake Forest 


41 


North Carolina 6 


Nov. 15 


At Tulane 


63 


Tulane 47 


Nov. 22 


At Maryland 


28 


Maryland 23 



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I 





THE OUTLOOK 

THE TERRAPINS FOR 1969 

Maryland's first offensive unit may be able to hold its own but the 
defense, which yielded record chunks of yardage last year, may have its 
troubles again this season. Both units will suffer from lack of depth. 

New coach Roy Lester looks at the 1968 statistics with a grim shudder. 
In ten games the Terrapins allowed 299 points and 4,192 yards, both record 
totals. The offense was shut out in one game and was held to fourteen points 
or less in five others. 

It was something of an understatement when Lester commented at the 
end of spring practice, "We are not overly enthusiastic." The new mentor 
quickly added that he was not discouraged, either, and was well pleased with 
the attitude of the squad throughout spring drills. 

"If we are to improve on a 2-8 record, we must first strengthen the de- 
fense," said Lester. "We won't have the size or depth to go head-on against 
the teams on our schedule. We'll have to stunt and move around, but I liked 
the way our squad hit." 

The starting defensive ends will probably be seniors Hank Gareis (195) 
and John Dill (215) but each will have to stave off challenges from junior 
Steve Welhorsky (232), junior Mike Chadick (220), senior Bill Grant (192) 
and senior Glenn Kubany (216). 

Junior Pete Mattia (203) and sophomore Guy Roberts (220) ended 
spring workouts as starting defensive tackles. Senior Charles Hoffman (270) 
earned a letter at the tackle post last year. Much is expected from three 
sophomores— Rick Stoll (230), a red-shirt, Len Shober (235), and James 
Hamley (238), a transfer from Arizona State, and from junior Len Santacroce 
(235), injured this spring. 

Outside linebackers in the Maryland 4-4 for the squad game were 
junior Bob Mahnic (214), and sophomore Craig Gienger (201). Tim Brant 
(200), is among those pushing Mahnic, a transfer student from William and 
Mary who enjoyed an impressive spring practice. Junior Dean Landolt (175) 
and sophomore Len Spicer (183) are among contenders for the other outside 
linebacker post. 

Inside linebackers will both be veterans. Senior Dan Kecman (216) will 
operate as what the Maryland coaches call the "Snapper" and junior John 
Dyer (195) will probably start as "quick linebacker." Senior Steve Ciambor 
(192) and junior Gary Van Sickler (191), both lettermen, aim for inside 
linebackers' jobs, along with junior Dave Seifert (215) and sophomore Bill 
Reilly (199). 

Former running back Kenny Dutton (175), captain of the defensive 
unit, will lead the Terp secondary, aided by veterans Wally Stalnaker (191) 
and Bob Colbert (190). Junior Tony Greene (164), one of the team's fastest 
men, could edge into a halfback post. Senior Mike Brant (190), junior Eric 
Moore (170), and sophomores Len Massie (180), Steve Ruckert (158) and 
Wayne Youngs (180) lead other defensive back candidates. 



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One thing is certain about the starting offensive backfield: Dennis 
O'Hara (185) is far and away the number one quarterback. The slender junior 
is one of the best runners on the squad, and although his aerial statistics were 
not impressive, O'Hara figures to develop as a passer. He will be especially 
dangerous in the sprint-out series. 

Sophomore Will Morris (193), a red-shirt, was one of the stars of the 
game, firing a touchdown pass to Bill Gillespie to bring the Reds an 18-12 
victory over the White team. Morris refuses to concede the starring role to 
O'Hara. Sophomore Jeff Shugars (182), who quarterbacked the '68 frosh, will 
start fall practice as number three signal-caller. 

Junior Al Thomas (198) and senior John King (173) will log most of 
the playing time at tailback. Thomas is a big, strong runner who was the 
team's second leading ground gainer last year. King, close behind Thomas in 
yardage, is an exciting threat to go all the way. 

Two sophomores will fight it out for the starting fullback job. Tom 
Miller (197) had the lead after spring practice, but Scott Shank (190), who 
was held out last year, was second in a photo-finish. 

Senior Paul Fitzpatrick (192) seems to hold a big edge among wingback 
candidates. After a disappointing junior year Paul provided coaches with one 
of their brightest spots in spring practice. Sophomore Larry Marshall (196), 
injured all spring, could make up ground to bring the fight to Fitzpatrick. 

The Terrapins believe their starting offensive line will be its biggest 
single "plus," and Maryland coaches insist that starting guards Bill Meister 
(237) and Pat Burke (221) are the best pair in the conference. Burke was the 
most impressive lineman of the spring, Meister has tremendous potential. 
Senior Bob MacBride (208) will probably be a swing man to spell both 
guards, with possible help from sophomores Ray Soporowski (213) and Tim 
Brannan (205). 

Offensive captain Ralph Sonntag (245) opens at right tackle with junior 
Rich Slaninka (261) at outside tackle. Coaches hope sophomore Bill Backus 
(240) and senior Bruce Olecki (256) will provide strong relief work. 

The center position seems to be rather well filled by seniors Jim Stull 
(232) and Mike Stubljar (192) with sophomore Ron Kecman (203) and Joe 
Morris (194) providing good depth. 

Senior Lou Bracken (210) will be hard to move out as starting tight 
end. Junior Russ Nolan (202) will be his top contender. 

At the flanker or split end post, track star Roland Merritt (176) must 
be given high consideration. Merritt missed spring practice because he was a 
member of the track squad. The 9.4 speedster pulled a muscle in his left leg 
running the 100-yard dash in the ACC track meet but hopefully will be re- 
covered for the football season. 

Senior Sonny Demczuk (180) and Bill Gillespie (175) will see much 
service. Both rely on good moves and maneuvers to get open, rather than 
blinding speed. 

Junior Greg Fries will repeat as punting specialist. He kicked a record 
total of 72 times last season with an average of 39.2 yards per boot, second 
best in the conference. 



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THE PLAYERS 



BILL BACKUS [79] -Offensive Tackle 
Soph. 20 6-4 240 Westfield, N.J. 

Spring practice was going well for Bill when the 

injury jinx struck, forcing him to the sidelines 

for nearly half the April and May drills.. ..has 

the size, speed, and quickness to develop into a 

very fine tackle, to back up the likely 1969 

starters Sonntag and Slaninka... .first reported 

to Maryland as a 215-pound end in 1967.. ..was 

used as an interior lineman on both offense and 

defense as a freshman. ...sat out the 1968 season 

....all-state, all-county, and all-conference at 

Westfield High. ...also played basketball and was the conference golf champion 

....is a student in Business and Public Administration. 




HANK BARNES [84] -Offensive End 
Soph. 19 6-3 200 McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Up from the 1968 Maryland frosh. Hank is bidding for one of the varsity tight 
end jobs.. ..coaches feel the potential is present, they are sure Hank has the 
desire. ...may push his way up if he can improve his blocking. ...his final year at 
Sto-Rox High, Hank was named to the Western Pennsylvania Conference all- 
star team, earned W.P.I.A.L. honors, and received honorable mention on the 
all-Pennsylvania team. ...played baseball and basketball for Sto-Rox, so well 
that he was named to all-sectional teams in each sport. ...is studying Personnel 
Management in the College of Business and Public Administration. 



RAYMOND BEDNAR - Offensive Tackle 
Soph. 18 6-3 255 McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Like Hank Barnes, a product of McKees Rocks' 
Sto-Rox High. ...figures to compete for a re- 
serve tackle berth this season.... Coaches predict 
Bednar will become a rising prospect if he im- 
proves his quickness and aggressiveness, since he 
is blessed with good size. ...spent the summer as 
a steel worker....is majoring in Journalism. 




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LOU BRACKEN [89] - Offensive End 
Senior 22 6-2 210 Altoona, Pa. 

A good strong blocker who can get open on 
tight end patterns.. ..will be very hard to dislodge 
from the starting lineup this fall.... impressed 
the coaching staff with his desire to play and 
had a fine spring practice.... moved into the 
starting line-up last season when Ron Pearson 
was declared out for the season 
with a knee injury. ...caught nine passes for 
1 15 yards, to place him fourth among Mary- 
land receivers.... spent the 1967 season on the 
defensive unit, switching to offense last season. ...his position will be a key in 
the unbalanced T of new coach Roy Lester. ...was named all-county and all- 
city for Bishop Guilfoyle High. ...earned three letters in basketball and holds 
the school rebounding record, a tip that he can pull 'em down in a crowd.... 
an Accounting major in t he College of Business and Public Administration. 

TIM BRAN NAN - Offensive Guard 
Soph. 18 6-1 205 Baltimore, Md. 

An all-round high school athlete.... reported to 
Maryland last fall as a freshman center-line- 
backer.... was pressed into emergency service as 
a tackle.. ..now is vying for a backup role at 
guard. ...should either the likely starters, Burke 
or Meister, falter, Brannan will be ready to step 
up.. ..coaches say that Tim needs only to work 
on straight ahead blocking and refine his pass 
protection technique.. ..with Archbishop 
Curley in Baltimore, he earned all-state honors 
....was named to the all-Catholic League team and was Cur ley's athlete of the 
year.. ..was also captain of the wrestling team and played lacrosse.. ..major is 
Business Administration. 





MIKE BRANT [25] -Linebacker 
Senior 22 5-11 190 Avondale, Md. 

In his final season with the Terrapins, Mike will 
be a steady, experienced hand in the Maryland 
defense.... after playing freshman ball in 1965, 
Mike was a red-shirt in 1966.. ..once given a 
chance, he beat out a senior for a starting de- 
fensive job in 1967 and continued as a first-line 

defender in '68 grew up within a few 

miles of the Maryland campus and played his 
high school football at St. John's of Washing- 
ton, where he won all-prep and all-Catholic honors.. ..was captain of the St. 
John's baseball team, played basketball, and competed in track.. ..is to be 
graduated next February with a degree in Marketing from the College of Busi- 
ness and Public Administration. 




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TIM BRANT [21] 
Soph. 20 6-0 



- Linebacker 
200 Avondale, Md. 



Younger brother by nearly two years to Mike Brant.... showed a lot of promise 
this spring. ...coaches described him as very eager, a good athlete with a fine 
football mind. ...was a high school quarterback at St. John's and was named 
to the All-Metropolitan, all-prep, and all-Catholic League teams. ...prepped for 

a year at Frederick Military Academy in Portsmouth, Va highly recruited, 

Tim joined the Maryland freshman squad last season, worked briefly at 
quarterback, but devoted most of his attention to defense. ...enrolled in the 
College of Business and Public Administration, majoring in Public Relations. 



PAT BURKE [64] - Offensive Guard 
Junior 20 6-2 221 Clifton Heights, Pa. 

Maryland coaches break into smiles when they 
talk about their offensive line, especially 
players like Pat Burke, who has the ability to be 
truly outstanding. ...was the Terps' most consis- 
tent offensive blocker during spring practice.... 
is particularly adept at pulling and trapping.... 
is blessed with good speed and size, to which he 
has added another vital ingredient: desire.... 
made big marks at Cardinal O'Hara High in 
Clifton Heights, was selected to compete in 
the Big 33 game, and was named to all-Catholic and all-Delaware County teams 
....is in the College of Business and Public Administration, majoring in Trans- 
portation. 




MIKE CHADICK [72] - Defensive End 
Junior 20 6-1 220 Wilmington Del. 

Mike did not participate in spring practice be- 
cause he was busy as one of Maryland's baseball 
pitchers.. ..won his only mound decision, but he 
lost an opportunity to impress the new football 
coaching staff ....is the type, however, who will 
work hard to make his presence known when 
fall workouts begin. ...after an impressive 1968 
spring, Chadick earned a place on the second 
defensive unit, then improved sufficiently to 
start several games late in the year... .in South 
Carolina game, Chadick slammed hard into quarterback Tommy Suggs who 
fumbled and Maryland linebacker Dean Landolt grabbed ball in mid-air and 
went 26 yards to score. ...at Salesianum, he played under Maryland adminis- 
trative assistant and coach Dim Montero....is pursuing a major course in 
Advertising. 




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STEVE CIAMBOR [11] - Linebacker 
Senior 21 5-11 192 Cheektowaga, N.Y. 



Injuries handicapped Steve this spring but the 
Terps are counting on his experience and all- 
out effort to bolster the Maryland defense.. ..no 
member of the squad displays more dedication 
....intercepted but one pass last season but it 
was a flashy grab against South Carolina's 
Randy Yoakum on Homecoming Day.... 
lettered as a defensive halfback in 1967. ...was 
called upon to shift to linebacker during 1968 
spring practice and responded by working his 
way into the starting defensive unit by the end of drills.. ..was most valuable 
player in both his junior and senior years at John F. Kennedy High in Cheek- 
towaga, N.Y also starred in baseball and basketball and was honored as 

"scholar-athlete of the y ear"his senior year.. ..is a Physical Education major. 

BOB COLBERT [14] - Defensive Back 
Senior 22 5-11 190 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Able to play either defensive halfback or safety, 
Colbert combines versatility with experience.... 
completed spring drills as starting left-halfback 
on the first defensive unit. ...was named out- 
standing defensive back for the 1967 season.... 
has outstanding "football sense" to go along 
with good speed and agility. ...after his freshman 
season at College Park, coaches predicted 
Colbert would "become a fine defensive back," 
and Bob has made the estimate stand up.... 
had one of Maryland's 14 interceptions last year....won MVP honors in base- 
ball as well as football at North Catholic High in Pittsburgh.... is a Recreation 
major in Physical Education. 

SONNY DEMCZUK [26] - End-Flanker 
Senior 21 5-11 180 Baltimore, Md. 

Leading pass receiver of 1968 season. ...caught 
23 passes for 215 yards.... returned three kick- 
offs for 53 yards.... first volunteered for foot- 
ball at Maryland in 1965, but was hardly 
tolerated since his high school, Patapsco, had no 
football team. ...his pre-college background was 
nothing more than sand-lot ball. ...tried again to 
make the team in 1966, but again was not en4 
couraged....back again in 1967, Sonny was told 
he would never play varsity football. ...he did 
see some action in 1967, three plays against Clemson, six versus Wake Forest, 
no catches.. ..by the fall of 1968, he won full scholarship on basis of circus 
catches.. ..has diligently studied the techniques and moves of former Baltimore 





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Colt Raymond Berry. ...has worked extra long on patterns and timing, especi- 
ally on quick and sideline patterns.... returned three kickoffs for 53 yards last 
year... .played baseball and lacrosse at Patapsco... .major is Physical Education. 

JOHN DILL [73] - Defensive End 

Senior 21 6-2 215 Washington, D.C. 

In his final season with the Terrapins, John is 
expected to have a banner season.... very strong, 
very tough football player.. ..has played both 
end and tackle.. ..particularly tough on plays 
run at him. ...needs only to improve his pass 
rush to become one of Maryland's best de- 
fenders.... worked hard in spring drills and 
coaches were pleased with continued improve- 
ment. ...played baseball and basketball as well as 
football at St. John's College High School, 
Washington. ...majoring in Recreation in 
Physical Education. 





KENNY DUTTON [31] 
Senior 21 5-10 175 



Defensive Back 
Baltimore, Md. 



Defensive captain. ...a former offensive back, 
Dutton has made the transition to defensive 
halfback with enthusiasm. ...has all the physical 
equipment to be outstanding. ...has excellent 
speed and quickness.. ..reacts extremely well.... 
has a quick move to the football....is a good, 
hard worker. ...as a sophomore, was the Terra- 
pin's third leading pass receiver. ...caught 15 
passes for 155 yards.. ..as a runner, he gained 
246 yards in 81 tries, for a 3.0 average.... holds 
one major Maryland record: in 1 96 7, returned 24 kickoffs for 454 yards. . . . 
returned eight last season for 180 yards.. ..has led the Terps in punt returns 
for two seasons. ...an ail-American for Baltimore City College High. ...also won 
all-state honors. ...a Physical Education major.... member of Fellowship of 
Christian Athletes. 




JOHN DYER [45] - Linebacker 
Junior 20 5-11 195 Norfolk, Va. 

A regular last season, Dyer looks to be ready to 
have another fine year. ...has good quickness and 
is a hard hitter.... reacts well against the passing 
attack. ...has a nose for the football. ...uses hand- 
ball as off-season conditioner.. ..was all-state, all- 
district, and all-city for Granby High in Norfolk 
....also played baseball for Granby....enrolled in 
College of Arts and Sciences. 



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NUMERICAL ROSTER 



1 - Will Morris, QB 52 

2 - Jeff Shugars, QB 53 

3 - Chuck Drimal, QB 54 

4 — Jim Sniscak, QB 55 

5 - Dennis O'Hara, QB 56 

10 - Wally Stalnaker, DB 57 

11 - Steve Ciambor, LB 58 

12 - Bill Emrich, DB 59 

14 - Bob Colbert, DB 60 

15 - Eric Moore, DB 62 

16 - Joe Pancza, TB 63 

17 - Greg Fries, K 64 

20 - Leonard Massie, DB 65 

21 - Tim Brant, LB 66 

22 - Larry Marshall, WB 68 

23 - Gary Van Sickler, LB 71 

24 - Len Spicer, LB 72 

25 - Mike Brant, LB 73 

26 - Sonny Demczuk, OE 74 

30 - Tony Greene, DB 75 

31 - Kenny Dutton, DB 76 

32 - Tom Miller, FB 77 

33 - John King, TB 78 

34 - Roland Merritt, OE 79 

35 - Paul Fitzpatrick, WB 80 

36 - Scott Shank, FB 82 
40 - Dean Landolt, LB 84 

42 - Bill Gillespie, OE 85 

43 - Steve Ruckert, DB 86 

44 - Al Thomas, TB 87 

45 - John Dyer, LB 88 

50 - Jim Stull, C 89 

51 - Bob Mahnic, LB 



- Bill Reilly, LB 

- Craig Gienger, LB 
-Mike Stubljar, C 

- Dave Seifert, LB 

- Rick Stoll, DT 

- Steve Welhorsky, DE 

- Dan Kecman, LB 

- Ron Kecman, C 

- Bill Meister, C 

- Bob MacBride, G 

- Pete Mattia, DT 

- Pat Burke, G 

- Len Santacroce, DT 

- Ray Soporowski, G 

- John Gebhardt, DT 

- Guy Roberts, DT 

- Mike Chadick , DE 

- John Dill, DE 

- Glenn Kubany, DE 

- Ralph Sonntag, T 

- Charles Hoffman, DT 

- Bruce Olecki, OT 

- Rich Slaninka, OT 

- Bill Backus, OT 

- Russ Nolan, OE 

- Hank Gareis, DE 

- Hank Barnes, OE 

- Jimmy Lawrence, OE 

- James Hamley, DT 

- Len Shober, DT 

- Bill Grant, DE 

- Lou Bracken, OE 



Bouffard-BOO-FARD 
Chacos - CHAY-kus 
Ciambor -See- AM -bor 
Demczuk -DEM-chuk 
Gareis -GARE-us 



PRONUNCIATIONS 



Krochina- KRO-shee-na 
Kubany -Koo-BAY-nee 
Lacerenza - La-say-REN-za 
Mahnic- MAN -ick 
Mattia -Ma-TAY-a 



Gienger -GINN-jer (hard G) Meister- MY -ster 



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Seifert - SEE-fert 
Slaninka -SLAH-nin-ka 
Stalnaker-STAH-na-ker 
Stubljar-STOOB-lar 
Tiesi - TEA-see 



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DEPTH CHART 



(After Spring Practice, May 9, 1969 
OFFENSE 



Tight end 
Left guard 
Center 
Right guard 
Right tackle 
Outside tackle 
Split end 
Quarterback 
Fullback 
Wingback 
Tailback 



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89 LOU BRACKEN 
64 PAT BURKE 
50 JIMSTULL 
60 BILL MEISTER 
75 RALPH SONNTAG 
78 RICH SLANINKA 
26 SONNY DEMCZUK 

5 DENNIS O'HARA 
32 Tom Miller 
35 PAUL FITZPATRICK 22 
44 AL THOMAS 33 



54 
62 
79 
77 
42 
1 
36 



Russ Nolan 

Tim Brannan 

MIKESTUBUAR 59 Ron Kecman 

Bob Mac Bride 

Bill Backus 

BRUCE OLECKI 

BILL GILLESPIE 

Will Morris 

Scott Shank 

Larry Marshall 

JOHN KING 



84 Hank Barnes 
66 Ray Soporowski 



79 Raymond Bednar 

83 Floyd White 
2 Jeff Shugars 

16 JOE PANCZA 



DEFENSE 



Left end 
Left tackle 
Right tackle 
Right end 
Outside LB 
Outside LB 
Middle LB 
Middle LB 
Left half 
Right half 
Safety 



73 JOHN DILL 

63 PETE MATTIA 

71 Guy Roberts 

82 HANK GAREIS 

51 Bob Mahnic 

53 Craig Gienger 

58 DAN KECMAN 

45 JOHN DYER 

14 BOB COLBERT 

31 KENNY DUTTON 

10WALLY STALNAKER 



74 GLENN KUBANY 57 Steve Welhorsky 
76 CHARLES HOFFMAN 65 Len Santacroce 



86 James Hamley 
88 BILL GRANT 
21 Tim Brant 
40 DEAN LANDOLT 
55 David Seifert 
52 Bill Reilly 
25 MIKE BRANT 
15 Eric Moore 
43 Steve Ruckert 



87 Len Shober 

72 MIKE CHADICK 

24 Len Spicer 
11 STEVE CIAMBOR 
23 GARY VAN SICKLER 
20 Leonard Massie 
30 TONY GREENE 
Wayne Youngs 



LETTERMEN LOST (11) 
OFFENSE 



Ends - Rick Carlson, Ron Pearson 
Tackle - Ralph Friedgen 
Guard - Ed Kane 
Center - Larry Vince 
Quarterback -Alan Pastrana 
Backs - Billy Lovett, Ernie Torain 



DEFENSE 



Tackle - Tom Plevin 



Guard -Mike Grace 



Back - Bob Haley 



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PAUL FITZPATRICK [35] -Wingback 
Senior 21 6-0 192 Buffalo, N.Y. 

Was one of the bright spots for the new 
coaching staff in spring practice, especially 
since he came off a disappointing junior season 
....running from a three-back offense gave him 
a chance, and Paul responded brilliantly.. ..is a 
hard, determined runner. ...excellent blocker.... 
good receiver.... was one of the leading runners 
in every spring scrimmage.. ..led Maryland fresh- 
men in 1966 with 241 yards and 4.0 average.... 
carried only 16 times as a sophomore and only 
seven times as a junior... .toward the end of the '68 season, he was reserve 
tight end. ...hopes to keep momentum of spring practice throughout the com- 
ing season. ...was most valuable player on his Bishop Timon High team.... 
named all-Catholic League and all-Western New York for Timon... .Recreation 
Major. 

GREG FRIES [17] -Punter 

Junior 20 6-1 180 Salisbury, Md. 

A very busy kicker last season, Fries estab- 
lished several Maryland records: 72 punts in a 
single season, 2,824 rotal yards, eleven punts in 
Clemson game, all new marks.. ..average of 39.2 
was second in ACC... longest effort was 72 
yarder versus South Carolina, October 19.. ..is 
high jumper on Maryland track squad....won 
eleven letters at Wicomico High, Salisbury, 
competing in football, track, basketball, gym- 
nastics, and soccer.... asp ires to become a 
lawyer....now studying prelaw courses in College of Arts and Sciences. 






HARRY GAREIS [82] - Defensive End 
Senior 20 6-3 195 Baltimore, Md. 

An all-round good athlete and 100% football 
player. ...can play several positions, but com- 
pleted spring practice as starting right end.... 
has exceptional attitude. ...puts out every 
minute of practice and games.. ..as a senior, he 
seems aware of responsibilities and helps to 
keep teammates alert. ...pursues very well, has 
good speed for defensive end play.... intercepted 
one pass last season, returned it 54 yards to 
score against Florida State in opener... .reported 
to Maryland as an offensive end after gaining high school all-America recogni- 
tion with Baltimroe City College. ...was all-state in baseball and basketball.... 
History major in Arts and Sciences. 






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CRAIG GIENGER [53] -Linebacker 
Soph. 20 5-11 201 Silver Spring, Md. 

After sitting out the 1968 season as a red-shirt, 
Gienger enjoyed an impressive spring practice 
at linebacker.... first reported to the Maryland 
campus as a fullback, then changed to offensive 
guard, now at linebacker, where he seems to be 
a natural. ...tough, strong football player. ...over- 
all quickness needs work.... was an outstanding 
athlete at Springbrook High, Silver Spring.... 
was also member of Springbrook basketball, 
baseball, and wrestling squads.. ..is a History 
major in Arts and Sciences. 




BILL GILLESPIE [42] - 
Senior 21 5-10 175 



End - Flanker 
Maple Heights, Ohio 



Bill showed an ability to get open on pass pat- 
terns throughout spring practice, has good 
hands, exceptional speed... .was a high school 
track star, running 100 and 220 for Maple 
Heights High. ...placed seventh state-wide in 
Ohio track classic. ..like Sonny Demczuk, he 
spends many hours working on patterns and 
timing with quarterback. ...earned his letter in 
1967 with five catches for 57 yards and one 
touchdown. ...enrolled in College of Arts and 
Sciences, History major. 



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BILL GRANT[88] - Defensive End 
Senior 21 6-1 192 Brooklawn, N.J. 

A consistent, experienced player. Bill will 
seldom make a damaging mistake. ...hustles all 
the way. ...earned letters as sophomore and as 
junior. ...converted from linebacker. ...gives the 
defensive end position good depth and know- 
how. ...with Gloucester City High, was named 
to all-South-Jersey team and to all-state second 
team. ...played baseball and basketball for 
Gloucester City. ...majoring in Industrial Rela- 
tions in Business and Public Administration. 




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TONY GREENE [30] - Defensive Back 
Junior 20 5-10 164 Gaithersburg, Md. 

A wave of injuries kept Tony on the sidelines 

this spring, but much is expected this fall.... 

coaches are confident Greene can make switch 

to defensive back. ...was used in limited role last 

season. ...carried only one time for six yards.... 

caught four passes for 69 yards.. ..returned three 

kickoffs for 68 yards and three punts for 21.... 

missed final three games with a fractured ankle 

....has remarkable speed.... entered the DC AAU 

track meet at last moment as "unattached" 

runner, finished a close second in the 100-yard dash to the winner Pat Dixon, 

clocked in 9. 7.... lettered in track at Gaithersburg High, where he was also 

named to Washington All-Metropolitan and all-suburban teams.. ..was named 

MVP for Gaithersburg. ...in College of Physical Education. 




JAMES HAM LEY [86] - Defensive Tackle 
Soph. 20 6-3 238 Elizabeth, N.J. 

After transferring to Maryland from Arizona State, Hamley stepped up front 
this spring....in fact, was starting tackle for the number one defensive unit in 
squad game.. ..started at Maryland as a tight end, then tested at defensive end 
before finding spot at defensive tackle.. ..has excellent speed and quickness.... 
pursues well, rushes the passer well. ...has the speed to recover from a mistake 
....coaches feel he will develop consistency with experience.. ..was a two-time 
all-state choice while playing for St. Benedict's Prep, where he also competed 
in basketball, baseball, track, and lacrosse.. ..a Journalism major in College of 
Business and Public Administration. 



CHARLES HOFFMAN [76] - Defensive Tackle 
Senior 22 6-4 270 Mamaroneck, N.Y. 

A willing, conscientious worker, Hoffman 
earned his letter in 1968 and will contribute 
mightily to the Terps' defensive effort this fall 
....certainly has the size and height to handle 
the opposing quarterback. ...coaches report 
that, upon losing a few pounds, he might add to 
agility and quickness.. ..a resident of the sub- 
urban New York City area, Hoffman is studying 
Industrial Relations for Industry.. ..was on 
Mamaroneck High track and sailing teams. 




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DAN KECMAN [58] - Linebacker 
Senior 21 6-1 216 West Mifflin, Pa. 

With two years of varsity experience behind 
him, Dan is being counted on to be defensive 

leader this fall is tough, a hard hitter, hard 

worker.... will be able to help other members of 

defensive unit make adjustments.. ..intercepted 

one pass, against Clemson, in '68.. ..blessed with 

good size, speed, and reactions....will have to 

keep mental toughness at sharp edge all season 

....has a younger brother, Ron, an offensive 

center, on squad. ...was all-Western Conference 

with West Mifflin North High School. ...competed 

also in baseball and wrestling... .major is Public Relations 

in College of Business and Public Administration. 




RON KECMAN [59] -Center 

Soph. 18 6-1 203 West Mifflin, Pa. 

The younger of the Kecman brothers starts the 
season rather well back among center candi- 
dates, but coaches regard Ron as a rising sopho- 
more with much promise. ...seniors Mike 
Stubljar and Jim Stull figure to have an edge 
in experience.... but Ron will develop and give 
the position depth. ...at West Mifflin North, 
Ron competed in track and field.... is enrolled 
in the College of Business and Public Adminis- 
tration. 




JOHN KING [33] -Tailback 

Senior 21 5-9 173 Fort Monroe, Va. 

A runner who can break a game open. ...not only has exceptional speed, but 
a very quick start. ...explosive on kickoff returns last season. ...returned 17 
kickoffs for 382 yards for an average of 22.5.. ..in season's finale at Virginia, 
he returned a Cavalier kickoff 92 yards to score.. ..ran for two other touch- 
downs on short bucks for a total of 18 points for the season. ...carried 88 
times, gained 301 yards net, average 3.4 a try. ...caught four passes for 34 
yards.... transferred to Maryland after completing work at Marion, Alabama, 
Junior College. ...was an all-Met star for St. Johns of Washington. 



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GLENN KUBANY [74] - Defensive End 
Senior 21 6-4 216 Natrona Heights, Pa. 

Much of his career at Maryland has been dogged 
by injuries, which struck again last season.... 
impressed coaches with toughness and deter- 
mination this spring. ...worked first as offensive 
tackle, then defensive tackle and end. ...his 
height and weight are sufficient to make him 
outstanding, with improvement in agility.... 
widely-sought as wll-Western Conference player 
for HarBrack High, where he was also a track 
star... .won gold medal in discus throw at invi- 
tational meet at Indiana, Pa., State.... major is Public Relations in College of 
Business and Public Relations. 




DEAN LAN DOLT [40] - Linebacker 
Junior 22 6-0 175 Silver Spring, Md. 

Injured for much of spring practice. ...was 
monster linebacker in Terrapins' 1968 defen- 
sive line-up.... intercepted two passes.. ..against 
South Carolina, when Gamecock quarterback 
Tommy Suggs was hit by defensive end Mike 
Chadick, Landolt grabbed ball in mid-air and 
dashed 26 yards to score.. ..other interception 
came in Duke game, resulting in 16-yard return 
of Leo Hart aerial. ...tough, dedicated player.... 
certainly not one of the ACC's largest line- 
backers, but nobody hits any harder for size.. ..played baseball as well 
ball at Springbrook High. ...enrolled in College of Business and Public 
istration. 




as foot- 
Admin- 




JIMMY LAWRENCE [85] - End - FlanKer 
Senior 21 6-0 181 Chesapeake, Md. 

As third-baseman on the Terrapins' baseball 
team, Jimmy missed spring workouts.... batted 
.31 1 with three homers.. ..earned his letter as a 
junior. ...caught two passes last season for 20 
yards.. ..has good speed, moves well to get open, 
catches the ball very well. ...at Deep Creek High 
school, Jim was most valuable player in both 
football and baseball.... was all-city in each 
sport.... earned all-state football honors and 
was awarded "honorable mention., on high 
school all-America squad. ...expects to be graduated next summer with a de- 
gree in Industrial Arts from College of Education. 




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BOB MAC BRIDE [62] - Offensive Guard 
Senior 21 6-1 208 Oaklyn, N.J. 

Was described as one of major surprises of 
spring practice.... came from "nowhere" to con- 
tend for the top reserve guard role behind 
starters Meister and Burke.. ..has fine speed.... 
possesses strong desire to play. ...can play either 
guard, so is counted upon to spell both starters 
and log many minutes playing time. ...played 
his high school football in suburban Phila- 
delphia. ...was all-state, all-conference, and all- 
South Jersey for Collingswood.... working to- 
ward a degree in Recreation. 

BOB MAHNIC [51] - Linebacker 
Junior 21 6-4 214 Lanham, Md. 

Transferred to Maryland from William and 
Mary.... now eligible after one-year waiting 
period....has excellent size for a linebacker.... 
needs work to improve quickness....likes the 
contact and "knocking" of linebacking posi- 
tion. ...on pass defense, he reacts to football 
very well. ...equally adept on reading other 
plays... .showed great improvement this spring, 
to merit a starting role in spring game....is 
working hard on fundamentals of defensive 
football after spending much of his career on offense.... was highly-sought 
fullback at Archbishop Carroll, Washington. ...gained all-Metropolitan Wash- 
ington, all-Catholic League honors at Carroll. ...carries a 3.0 average, studying 
Public Relations in College of Business and Public Administration. 




LARRY MARSHALL [22] -Wingback 
Soph. 19 5-9 196 Levittown, Pa. 

Leading runner on last season's freshman team 
....gained 486 yards, for an average of 3.7 per 
carry. ...also led frosh in kickoff returns, 218 
yards on eight returns.. ..in the first week of 
spring practice, Marshall suffered a shoulder 
injury while catching a pass and missed the rest 
of preseason drills.. ..coaches expect him to 
report in good condition for fall practice, ready 
to push for a starting position. ...all-round good 
athlete. ...good receiver.... eager and hard- 
working back. ...was most valuable player for Bishop Egan High.. ..played in 
Pennsylvania's famed "Big 33" game.. ..major is Transportation in College of 
Business and Public Administration. 






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LEONARD MASSIE [20] - Defensive Back 
Soph. 18 5-10 180 West Mifflin, Pa. 

Promising sophomore.. ..a good athlete who 

excels at almost every sport he tries.. ..has 

remarkable speed. ...also has the knack of 

going to the ball well, on either running or 

passing plays.. ..was impressive during spring 

practice.... was leading pass receiver in '68 

Maryland frosh, with 16 catches for 174 yards 

and one touchdown. ...returned three punts 

for 59 yards.. ..was named outstanding back 

and outstanding athlete his final year at West 

Mifflin North. Also was MVP for West Conference.... starred in basketball 

and baseball....major is Mathematics in College of Arts and Sciences. 




PETE MATTIA [63] - Defensive Tackle 
Junior 22 5-9 203 Montclair, N.J. 

An active football player who tries to get to 

the ball at all times.. ..enjoyed a thrill shared by 

few defensive linemen during 1968 season, he 

scored a touchdown against Duke. ...early in 

fourth quarter against the Blue Devils, Mattia 

picked up a punt blocked by teammate Gary 

Van Sickler and ran 22 yards to pay dirt.. ..in 

addition to quickness, he has a nose for the 

football. ...outstanding at fighting off blocks by 

opposing linemen. ...transferred to Maryland 

after freshman season at Boston College.. ..was prep ail-American at 

diet's.. ..was also an outstanding wrestler, winning national Catholic 

....studying Journalism and Public Relations at Maryland. 




St. Bene- 
honors 



BILL MEISTER [60] - Offensive Guard 
Junior 20 6-1 237 Cumberland, Md. 

An outstanding guard. ...a lineman who could 
easily rank among the greats in Terrapin foot- 
ball history, like Stan Jones, Dick Modzelewski, 
Mike Sandusky, and Walter Rock. ...very strong 
....excellent one-on-one.. ..fires out with a very 
fast take-off.. ..quick and agile.. ..needs only a 
refinement of technique to become an all- 
American... .coaches figure he will be an all- 
star, and soon....Meister and Pat Burke provide 
Maryland with perhaps the best pair of offen- 
sive guards in the league.... in fourth quarter of N.C. State game, Meister took 
lateral from Ernie Torain and gained five yards for a first down.. ..was named 
outstanding football player his senior year at Cumberland's Fort Hill. ...twice 
all-city and all-conference.. ..also played basketball and track.... major is 
Public Relations. 

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ROLAND MERRITT [34] - End - Flanker 
Senior 23 6-2 176 Washington, D.C. 

Holder of the university record for 220-yard 
dash (20.8) and co-holder of the 100-yard dash 
mark (9.4).. ..played football last season for the 
first time since his junior year at Western High 
....caught eight passes for 167 yards and two 
touchdowns.... scored on a 53-yard play in the 
Penn State game. ...caught four-yard scoring 
pass in season's finale against Virginia. ...another 
long touchdown pass (78 yards against Clem- 
son) was nullified by penalty.. ..is a threat on 
the reverse: broke away for one 26-yard run last season.... suffered a severe 
muscle pull in left leg while running the 100 in ACC track meet in May. ...feels 
confident he will be all right for opener and hopes to combine speed with 
football, in fashion of Bob Hayes. ...figures he can add a few pounds without 
any appreciable loss in speed.... received the Silvester Watch as outstanding 
athlete of the year for 1968-69 school year.. ..major is Recreation. 

TOM MILLER [32] -Fullback 
Soph. 19 5-9 197 Reading, Pa. 

A very promising sophomore who showed to 
good advantage in spring practice. ...superb 
competitor, mentally tough with a deep will to 
win. ...has a lot of power and impact for a back 
his size. ...runs with good balance. ...good hands 
and a threat as a pass receiver.... may be subject 
to mistakes normally committed by sopho- 
mores.... battled his way into the starting line-up 
on basis of spring performance. ...carried the ball 
only 27 times as a freshman, netting 66 yards.... 
swept athletic honors his final year at Reading High... .was named outstanding 
athlete, most valuable player on football squad. ...earned all-America recogni- 
tion, as well as all-state, all-conference, and all-county honors.. ..also all-state 
in baseball....majoring in Business Education. 

ERIC MOORE [15] - Defensive Back 
Junior 20 5-11 170 Laurel, Md. 

Hopes to write final chapter in unusual success 
story. ...came out for football on his own as a 
freshman in 1967. ...won a starting job for the 
frosh....was second defensive left-half at end of 
'68 spring drills. ...played but did not letter last 
year. ...intercepted one pass, vs. South Carolina 
....continued to show great promise this spring 
....much natural ability with speed and quick- 
ness.... coaches feel he may work himself into 
the line-up before the season ends.. ..was second 
only to Kenny Dutton at end of spring practice. 





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JOE MORRIS - Center 
Soph. 19 5-11 194 



Chevy Chase, Md. 



Younger brother of quarterback Will Morris 
and pro star Jon Morris.. ..likely to make his 
own name before his Maryland career is ended 
....starts this season well back but could move 
up by the year's end. ...had an encouraging 
spring practice.... coaches feel he has good poten- 
tial....was player-of-the-year at Washington's 
Gonzaga High. ...selected to all-Met, all-prep, and 
all-Catholic League teams.. ..also played baseball 
for Gonzaga.... is a Liberal Arts major in College 
of Arts and Sciences. 




WILL MORRIS [1] -Quarterback 

Soph. 20 6-2 193 Chevy Chase, Md. 

Starred in the 18-12 victory for the Reds over 
the Whites in the spring game.. ..threw a 1 7- 
yard scoring pass to Bill Gillespie to break 12- 
12 deadlock with 23 seconds to go.. ..was 
impressive in 1968 spring practice, then was 
held out during '68 regular season. ...completed 
'69 spring work as number two quarterback.... 
was most valuable player of Gonzaga High in 
1966 and was elected to all-Metropolitan, all- 
prep, and all-Catholic League teams his senior 
year.. ..younger brother Joe is sophomore cen- 
ter on squad. ...older brother Jon is pro star.... 
majoring in Journalism and Public Relations. 




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RUSS NOLAN [80] -End 

Junior 20 6-0 202 Silver Spring, Md. 

Showed promise as a tight end during spring 
practice.. ..if anyone is to push Bracken for the 
starter's job, Russ is likeliest candidate.. ..posi- 
tion calls for strong blocking, and Nolan 
showed an aggressive determination this spring 
....is now an adequate receiver, and coaches feel 
he could improve with further work. ...was 
named to the second all-Met team with Spring- 
brook High. ...also member of track and basket- 
ball teams at Springbrook. 





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DENNIS O'HARA [5] -Quarterback 
Junior 21 6-2 185 Folsom, Pa. 

Number one quarterback. ...key man in Terps' 
hopes for improved record. ...an outstanding 
athlete. ...a triple threat whose strongest asset 
is his running ability. ...O'Hara likes to run, 
will take off any time he sees an opening.... 
very dangerous as a sprint-out quarterback, 
throws well enough to make any defense 
respect him... .reads the option well. ...take- 
charge type of quarterback who commands 
respect of teammates. ...has played flanker 
as well as quarterback. ...better-than-average 
punter. ...kicked extra points for 1967 frosh.... started 
for extra points and field goals.. ..broke into line-up in 
quarterback, played a little against Wake Forest, then 
three games. ...carried 29 times for 104 yards, but lost 
ing to pass.. ..completed 16 of 46 passes for 243 yards 
scoring pass was a 53-yarder to Roland Merritt against 
sylvania state pole vault champ for St. James Catholic 
played basketball. ...majoring in Journalism. 




1968 season as holder 
Syracuse game as 
more often in final 
same yardage attempt- 
and one touchdown.... 
Penn State. ...was Penn- 
High, Chester.. ..also 




BRUCE OLECKI [77] - Offensive Tackle 
Senior 21 6-2 256 Lakewood, Ohio 

Two-year letterman who is currently ticketed 
for back-up duty at tackle.. ..earned his first 
monogram in '67, improved in spring practice 
of '68, and played on regular basis last fall.... 
has good size but could improve quickness.... 
all-round athlete at St. Edward High in Lake- 
wood, a Cleveland suburb.. ..gained all-Cleveland, 
all-Northern Ohio, and all-Catholic League 
honors... .was also a member of St. Edward 
baseball, basketball, and wrestling teams.... 
major is Public Relations in College of Business and Public Administration. 

JOE PANCZA [16] -Wingback 

Senior 22 5-10 182 Highland Park, N.J. 

Earned his letter in 1967, serving first as flanker, 
then as defensive half back.... concentrated on 
offensive work this spring.... coaches rate him as 
better than average blocker and runner....will 
add experience and depth to wingback position 
....all-county and all-state at Highland Park 
High, where he also played baseball and basket- 
ball. ...enrolled in College of Business and Public 
Administration, where his major is Labor Rela- 
tions. 




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BILL REILLY[52] -Linebacker 
Soph. 19 5-11 199 Baltimore, Md. 

A good competitor who climbed into conten- 
tion as number two linebacker this spring.. ..has 
excellent quickness.. ..does an especially good 
job against the pass.. ..needs only to overcome 
sophomore mistakes, experience will take care 
of that.. ..was all-state at Gilman School. ...also 
played lacrosse and wrestled.... enrol led in 
College of Business and Public Administration... 
full name is Charles William, prefers "Bill". 




GUY ROBERTS [71] - Defensive Tackle 
Soph. 18 6-1 220 North Babylon, N.Y. 

Another young player who should develop into 
an outstanding player before he leaves Maryland 
....enjoyed a very good spring practice, especial- 
ly for a young prospect.. ..has very good speed 
....works hard both at practice and in games.... 
excellent worker, attitude is tremendous.. ..has a 
knack of recovering loose footballs.... worked up 
to starting defensive right tackle for the spring 
game.. ..played basketball as well as football for 
North Babylon High.... was a heavyweight 
wrestler, placed second in his league, third in county 
Business and Public Administration. 




.enrolled in College of 



STEVE RUCKERT[43] - Defensive Back 
Soph. 20 5-9 158 College Park, Md. 

An enthusiastic, hustling player who never fails 
to give full effort.. ..completed spring drills as 
number two safety man. ...showed a lot of 
promise.... was named to all-Metropolitan Wash- 
ington and all-suburban teams at High Point 
High School. ...was a member of High Point's 
city championship golf team. ...major is Physical 
Education. 




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LEN SANTACROCE [65] - Defensive Tackle 
Junior 21 6-5 235 Waterford, Conn. 

After showing considerable capability early in 
spring practice, Len was injured and missed 
most of the early work. ...coaches hope he can 
recover from a knee injury to continue his de- 
velopment. ...seems to have size and speed to 
become a very good football player. ...was an 
offensive tackle last season but did not play 
enough minutes to earn a letter.... twice was 
named all-conference player at St. Bernard's 
High, Montville, Conn also two-time all- 
conference in basketball. ...studying Elementary 
Education. 




DAVE SEIFERT [55] - Linebacker 
Junior 20 6-1 215 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Showed enough improvement this spring to 
grab the number two "Snapper" position be- 
hind Kecman....good, tough lad. ...as he im- 
proves his fundamentals and adds finesse and 
quickness, Dave will push for a starting job.... 
at North Allegheny High, he played baseball as 
well as football. ...studying Public Relations in 
College of Business and Public Administration. 




SCOTT SHANK [36] -Fullback 
Soph. 19 5-9 190 Carlisle, Pa. 

Star member of the 1967 freshman squad, Scott 
did not play varsity ball last season.... showed 
this spring that he will give Tom Miller a real 
dog-fight to decide the fullback position. ...runs 
with excellent balance, hard to take down. ...a 
fine competitor and a very capable blocker.... 
always a threat on a pass play, because he has 
good hands.. ..may not hit quite as hard as 
Miller but the difference is slight. ...was selected 
to the coaches' all-star all-state team as a senior 
at Carlisle High. ...working toward a degree in 
Physical Education. 




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LEIM SHOBER [87] - Defensive Tackle 
Soph. 19 6-3 235 Levittown, Pa. 

At the start of fall practice, Len ranked among young tackles worth watching 
....has the physical ability to develop into a stand-out. ...coaches are confident 
he will condition himself to go all-out on every play. ...has good quickness for 
his size.. ..concentration upon details would boost his improvement... .was all- 
state tackle for Pennsbury High and was selected to the Big 33 game.. ..plans 
to get his degree in Civil Engineering. 




JEFF SHUGARS [2] -Quarterback 
Soph. 20 6-1 182 Darlington, Pa. 

A fine athlete.... good competitor. ...serious 
about football.. ..bright prospect for future.... 
big and strong.... throws well. ...starting fall prac- 
tice as Number 3 quarterback, but could move 
ahead if anyone stumbles.. ..as quarterback of 
'68 freshmen, he completed 41 of 107 passes 
for 567 yards and four touchdowns.. ..won all- 
league honors for Darlington High....prepped at 
Greenbrier Military School, where he was 
named most valuable player.. ..also won all- 
league citations in baseball and basketball. ...his home town is about 30 miles 
from Pittsburgh and just 12 miles from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, made 
famous by another quarterback in recent times.... major is Physical Education. 



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RICH SLANIIMKA [78] - Offensive Tackle 
Junior 20 6-2 261 Cherry Hill, N.J. 

A stalwart in the offensive line.. ..an excellent 
one-on-one blocker.. ..sustains his blocks well.... 
very good movement for his size.. ..needs to 
lose a few pounds, though, to improve quick- 
ness.. ..coaches compare him favorably to guard 
Mill Meister....both could rank among all-time 
Maryland linemen. ...nick-name: Bear.. ..was 
chosen to all-Catholic and all-suburban teams 
for two seasons at Camden Catholic High.... 
voted to all-South Jersey team his senior year.... 
is a very talented artist.. ..hopes to combine that 
ability with his studies in Advertising. 




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RALPH SONNTAG [75] - Offensive Tackle 
Senior 20 6-3 245 Hicksville, N.Y. 

Captain of the offensive team. ...another main- 
stay of the offensive line. ...owns all the ingre- 
dients to do an outstanding job: size, speed, 
and strength. ...a durable player.. ..his play and 
his leadership are vital to making the Terrapins' 
running game click. ...also a good pass blocker 
....pro scouts have him high on their scouting 
scouting lists... .ACC heavyweight wrestling 
champion, undefeated in conference competi- 
tion.. ..was voted junior athlete of the year by 
the varsity M Club....is a Recreation major in 
the College of Physical Education. 




RAYSOPOROWSKI [66] - Off ensive Guard 
Soph. 19 6-0 213 Fords, N.J. 

A leading contender for a top reserve berth at 
offensive guard. ...was a starter on the '68 frosh 
squad. ...a dedicated player who needs only 
experience to match concentrated effort.... 
could work especially on straight ahead block- 
ing and pass protection. ...kicked one field goal 
and one extra point for freshmen. ...was named 
outstanding lineman in Central Jersey while 
playing for John F. Kennedy Memorial High.... 
selected also to all-state and all-county teams.... 
won similar honors in baseball. ...enrolled in 
College of Business and Public Administration. 




LEN SPICE R [24] -Linebacker 

Soph. 19 5-8 183 Baltimore, Md. 

A spunky football player who may see consider- 
able action. ...a hard worker. ...intercepted one 
pass for the freshmen last season. ...willing to 
take on toughest assignments.. ..as a senior at 
Baltimore Poly, he was named most valuable 
player in the annual grudge battle with City 
College....was also captain of the Poly lacrosse 
team. ...major is Physical Education. 




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WALLYSTALIMAKER [10] -Defensive Back 
Senior 21 6-0 191 Fort Myers, F la. 

Has led the Terrapins in interceptions for two 
years.. ..picked off four in first five games in 
'67, then was struck by an injury. ...intercepted 
five passes last season.... is a steadying influence 
on the defensive unit. ...hits hard, is a good, 
tough tackier. ...was captain of Fort Myers High 
his final year.... named to all-America squad by 
Coach and Athlete.. ..also played baseball at 
Fort Myers.. ..pre-law student in College of 
Business and Public Administration. 




RICK STOLL [56] - Defensive Tackle 
Soph. 20 6-1 230 Takoma Park, Md. 

On the first day of spring practice. Rick fell 
victim to a freakish accident. ...he stepped into 
a hole, fractured a leg, and missed the entire 
spring session.. ..was held out of action for the 
1968 season.... has good pursuit, able to make 
the play away from him. ...coaches hope he can 
report for fall practice in good condition and 
contend for one reserve tackle spot.... won 
numerous all-star honors at Good Counsel 
High, Wheaton, Md named to all-Metro- 
politan, all-prep, all-Montgomery County, and 
all-Catholic League teams.. ..majoring in 
Recreation. 




MIKE STUBLJAR [54] -Center 
Senior 21 5-10 192 Steelton, Pa. 

Earned his Maryland letter in both 1967 and 
'68 with fine performances each year.... missed 
much of spring practice with injuries, but 
should report in fine fettle for opening of fall 
work-outs.. ..is quick, aggressive, hard-working 
....was one of few sophomores to make the start- 
ing offensive unit his first season.. ..followed 
that with another good season as a junior.... pro 
scouts commented on his enthusiasm and hard- 
hitting in '68 games.. ..remarkably tough for size 
....was an all-state selection his final year at Steelton-Highspire High 
played in the Big 33 game.. ..was also a member of the track squad... 
Journalism in College of Business and Public Administration. 




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JIM STULL [50] -Center 

Senior 21 6-3 232 Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Emerged from spring practice as number one 
center following injury to Mike Stubljar....fine 
size and speed.... coaches predict even better 
performance in his one-on-one blocking with 
mastery of quicker foot movement. ...he and 
Stubljar give indication of strong middle of 
the line play all season. ...earned all-conference 
honors at Mechanicsburg High and received 
all-state honorable mention. ...also active in 
high school baseball and track. ...majoring in 
Economics. 




AL THOMAS [44] 
Junior 20 6-2 



- Tailback 
198 Chapel Hill, Md. 




A big, powerful runner who took a tight grip on 
the number one tailback job in the spring.. ..has 
added a vew pounds without diminishing his 
speed at all.... is an excellent blocker. ...ever a 
threat as a pass receiver, has good hands.... 
strong, and could get stronger. ...the number 44 
may become as well-known at Maryland as at 
Syracuse, where Brown, Davis, and Little starred 
as number 44, all under Bill Bell, present offen- 
sive coach of Terrapins. ...was second leading 
ground gainer for Maryland last season with 365 net yards, average of 3.3 
yards per carry. ..caught six passes for 41 yards,. ...returned 13 kickoffs for 
279 yards, second best in that column. ...scored the winning touchdown 
against North Carolina asTerps snapped their 16-game losing streak. ...coaches 
look for Al to become a keystone of Maryland running game.. ..was all-state 
for Surrattsville High and team's most valuable player his senior year.. ..also 
earned all-state laurels in basketball and track. ...a General Business major. 

GARY VAN SICKLER [23] - Linebacker 
Junior 20 5-11 191 Rockville, Md. 

Plagued by a shoulder injury, Van Sickler 

missed all of spring practice. ...had many 

bright moments in 1968.... in Syracuse 

game when he intercepted a Randy Zur 

pass and returned 23 yards to the Syracuse 

one, setting up John King score on the next 

play. ...in Duke game, blocked a punt that 

Pete Mattia carried 22 yards to score.... 

returned one point for 19 yards.. ..won the 

MVP trophy his final season at Peary High 

and was all-Montgomery County. ...also played basketball and baseball for 

Peary....is a Recreation major in College of Physical Education. 




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STEVE WELHORSKY [57] -Defensive End 
Junior 20 6-3 232 Little Falls, N.J. 

Has not yet been able to reach full stature be- 
cause of injuries.. ..was stricken with a back 
injury as a sophomore.. ..missed much of spring 
practice with a leg injury. ...the physical equip- 
ment is present for an all-star defensive end, he 
is big and fast.. ..coaches say, "Steve must be 
ready mentally to measure up to his potential" 
....drew praise of defensive coaches several 
times in spring scrimmages.. ..starred in track as 
well as football for Passaic Valley High. ...an 
Education major. 




FLOYD WHITE - End - Flanker 

Soph. 19 6-3 190 Washington, D.C. 

Full name is Floyd Lawerance, prefers nick- 
name "Larry". ...was projected into the flanker 
picture with a very good spring practice.. ..has a 
good pair of hands and can move well to get 
open.. ..caught three passes for freshmen last 
fall, one good for a touchdown, and a total of 
72 yards.. ..was honored by the Washington 
Touchdown Club as high school player of the 
year for 1967. ...picked on all-Metropolitan 
Washington team and received honorable men- 
tion on high school all-America squad while at 
Roosevelt.. ..also played track and baseball... .is 
a Recreation major. 




WAYNE YOUNGS - Defensive Back 
Soph. 19 5-11 180 Newburgh, N.Y. 

A quarterback in high school. ...switched to 
defense as a freshman and progressed well 
enough this spring to see much action in the 
intra-squad game at safety.... returned four 
punts for freshmen for nine yards.... better than 
average speed.... reacts to the ball well. ...will 
give the deep secondary needed depth. ...all- 
state player for Newburgh Free Academy, 
where he also played baseball. ...enrolled in Col- 
lege of Business and Public Administration. 



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MARYLAND SCORES 


WITH 1969 OPPONENTS 




W.Va. 
6-3-2 


N.C. 

State 
10-12-3 


Wake 
Forest 
11-6-1 


Syr. 
5-9-1 


Duke 
2-12 


U.S.C. 
16-9 


Clem- 
son 
9-7-1 


Miami 
Ohio 


Penn 
State 
1-14 


Va. 
17-14-2 


1968 
1967 




11-31 
9-31 


14-38 
17-35 


14-32 
3-7 


28-30 


21-19 
0-31 


0-16 
7-28 


F 
I 

R 
S 

T 

G 
A 
M 

E 


13-57 
3-38 


23-28 
7-12 


1966 
1965 


28-9 


21-24 
7-29 


34-7 
10-7 


7-28 
7-24 


21-19 


14-2 
27-14 


10-14 
6-0 


7-15 
7-19 


17-41 
27-33 


1964 
1963 




13-14 
14-36 


17-21 
32-0 




17-24 
12-30 


24-6 
13-21 


34-0 
6-21 


9-17 
15-17 


10-0 
21-6 


1962 
1961 




14-6 
10-7 


13-2 
10-7 


22-21 


7-10 


13-1t 
10-20 


14-17 
24-21 


7-23 
21-17 


40-18 
16-28 


1960 
1959 


31-8 
27-7 


10-13 
33-28 


14-13 
7-10 


0-29 


7-20 


15-0 
6-22 


19-17 
28-25 


9-28 


44-12 
55-12 


1958 
1957 




21-6 
13-48 


0-34 
27-0 




0-14 


10-6 
10-6 


0-8 
7-26 




44-6 
12-0 


1956 
1955 




25-14 


6-0 
28-7 


12-26 
34-13 




0-13 
27-0 


6-6 
25-12 








1954 
1953 




42-14 


13-13 






20-0 
24-6 


16-0 
20-0 








1952 
1951 


54-7 


53-C 










28-0 








1950 
1949 


41-0 
47-7 


13-16 
14-6 






26-14 


44-7 










1948 
1947 


14-16 
27-0 


0-0 






12-13 
7-19 


19-7 
19-13 










1946 
1945 


13-13 


7-28 








17-21 
19-13 








19-13 


1944 
1943 


6-6 
2-6 




0-39 
13-7 












19-34 
0-45 


7-18 
0-39 


1942 
1941 










0-42 
0-50 










27-12 


1940 
1939 








7-10 










0-12 


6-19 
7-12 


1938 
1937 








0-53 
13-0 










0-33 
14-21 


19-27 
3-0 


1936 
1935 








20-0 
0-0 












21-0 
14-7 


1934 
1933 










7-38 










20-0 
0-6 


1932 
1931 










0-32 










6-7 
7-6 


1930 
1929 












6-26 








14-6 
13-13 


1928 
1927 












7-21 
26-0 








18-2 
0-21 


1926 
1925 












0-12 








6-6 
0-6 


1924 
1923 




0-0 
26-12 


















1922 
1921 




7-6 
6-6 




0-42 














1920 
1919 


0-27 






10-7 












13-0 


1918 
1917 




6-10 


29-13 












0-57 




1916 
1915 






















1914 
1913 






















1912 
1910 
1909 




0-31 



















68 



MARYLAND'S 1969 TRAVEL PLANS 



September 20 - WEST VIRGINIA, Morgantown, W. Va., 1:30 PM EDT 

Depart College Park via Greyhound Charter, 10:00 AM, September 19 
Arrive Morgantown, West Virginia, 3:00. PM 
Headquarters: Holiday Inn, Morgantown, West Virginia 
Depart via Greyhound Charter immediately after game 
Arrive College Park, 10:00 PM, September 20 

October 4 - WAKE FOREST, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 7:30 PM EDT 

Depart Friendship Airport, Baltimore via Southern Airways DC-9 Jet 

Charter, 10:00 AM, October 3 
Arrive Smith-Reynolds Airport, Winston-Salem, 10:50 AM 
Headquarters: Sheraton Motor Inn, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
Depart via Southern Airways DC-9 Jet Charter immediately after game 
Arrive Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C. 11:59 PM, October 4 

October 25 - SOUTH CAROLINA, Columbia South Carolina, 7:30 PM EDT 

Depart Friendship Airport, Baltimore, via Southern Airways DC-9 

Charter Jet, 10:00 AM', October 24 
Arrive Columbia Airport, 1 1:10 AM 

Headquarters: Tremont Motor Inn, Cayce, South Carolina (Columbia) 
Depart via Southern Airways DC-9 Jet Charter immediately after game 
Arrive Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C. 11:59 PM, October 25 

November 1 - CLEMSON, Clemson, South Carolina, 1:30 PM EST 

Depart Friendship Airport, Baltimore, via Southern Airways DC-9 Jet 

Charter, 10:00 AM, October 31 
Arrive Greensville-Spartanburg Airport 11:10 AM 
Headquarters: Holiday Inn, Anderson, South Carolina 
Depart via Southern Airways DC-9 Jet Charter immediately after game 
Arrive Dulles Airport, Washington, D.C. 7:10 PM, November 1 

November 15 - PENN STATE, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1:30 PM EST 

Depart College Park via Greyhound Charter, 10:00 AM, November 14 

Arrive University Park, 3:00 PM 

Headquarters: Holiday Inn, State College, Pennsylvania 

Depart via Greyhound Charter immediately after game 

Arrive College Park 10:00 PM, November 15 

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69 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL STATISTICS 

FINAL RECORD: 2-3 



TEAM STATISTICS MARYLAND 


OPPONENTS 


TOTAL OFFENSE 


Total plays 394 


363 
219 


Player 


Plays 


T.Yds. 


Avg. 


Times carried 241 


Shugars 


135 


542 


4.0 


Total first downs 66 


74 


Marshal 


133 


486 


3.7 


by rushing 30 


33 


Brant 


29 


95 


3.2 


by passing 31 
by penalty 5 
Yards gained rushing 756 
Yards lost rushing 150 
NET yards rushing 606 
Yards gained passing 649 
TOTAL YARDS OFFENSE 1255 


36 
5 
875 
149 
726 
847 
1573 


Miller 

Mayer 

Schultz 

McCue 

Mahoney 

Dixon 

Tiesi 


27 
13 
13 
8 
5 
2 
1 


66 

28 

25 

8 

3 

-3 

5 


2.4 
2.2 
1.9 
1.0 
0.6 
-1.5 
5.0 


Passes, completed-attempted 45-125 
Passes had intercepted 12 
Passing percentage 36.0% 
Punts-yds.-avg. 28-865-30.9 
Punts had blocked 1 


63-120 

11 

52.5% 

24-925-38.5 



7-27-3.9 

13 

7 


PASSING 


Passer 


Att. 


Cmp.|l 


.Yd. 


TD|% 


Shugars 
Brant 


107 
18 


41 

4 


1C 


567 
82 


4 38.3 
1 22.2 


Punt returns, yds., avg. 8-42-5.3 


PASS RECEIVING 


Own fumbles 12 


Player 


No. 


Yds. 


Avg.Gn TDs 


Own fumbles lost 9 


Massie 


16 


174 


10.9 


1 


Penalties-yards lost 30-250 


14-124 


Yarnell 


13 


179 


13.9 





Touchdowns 7 


15 


McManus 8 


128 


16.0 


2 


Rushing 1 

Passing 5 

Defensive 1 

Field goals 1 


6 
9 

1 

10 
1 
105 


Barnes 
White 


5 
3 


96 
72 


19.2 

24.0 


1 
1 


PUNT RETURNS 


Player 


No. 


Yds. 


Avg. 


One point PATs 1 
Two point PATs 
TOTAL POINTS 46 


Youngs 
Strenga 
Mayer 


4 

i 2 

1 


9 
21 

14 


2.3 
10.5 

14.0 


Kickoff returns, yds., avg. 18-405-22.5 


9-189-21.0 


Tiesi 


1 


-2 


- 2.0 


RUSHING 


KICKOFF RETURNS 1 


NTERCEPTIONS 


Player 


Att. 


Gnd 


Lost 


Net 


Avg. 


Player 


No 


Yd 


s Avg. 


riesi 3, Mattozzi 2, 


Marshall 


133 


505 


19 


486 


3.7 


Marshall 


8 


218 


27.3 5 


iteiner, Babinski, 


Shugars 


28 


66 


91 


-25 


-0.9 


Massie 


3 


59 


19.7 5 


ipicer, McCue, and 


Miller 


27 


74 


8 


66 


2.4 


McManus 


2 


40 


20.0 5 


Jchultz one each. 


Mayer 


13 
13 

11 


43 
29 
33 


lb 

4 

20 


28 
25 
13 


2.2 
1.9 
1.2 


Nemachick 

Mahoney 

White 




4 
9 
C 


5 45.0 
9.0 ^ 
0.0 


PUNTING 


Schultz 
Srant 


3 errochino, 22 for 661 
yds, 30.5 Avg, 42 Lg. 


McCue 
Mahoney 


8 
5 


10 
7 


2 
4 


8 
3 


1.0 
0.6 


Spottswood 
Phillips 




2' 
1( 


\ 24.0 r 
) 10.0 


filler, 6 for 204 yards, 
34.0 Avg, 39 Long. 


Dixon 


2 


1 


4 


-3 


-1.5 












Tiesi 


1 5 





5 


5.0 













SCORING 



Player 



TD 



FGM-A 



PAT 



Points 



Player 



TD 



FGM-A 



PAT 



Pts. 



McManus 
Marshall 
Massie 
White 



0-0 
0-0 
0-0 
0-0 



12 
6 
6 
6 



Barnes 

Babinski 

Soporowski 



0-0 
0-0 
1-1 



70 





FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 








1969 SCHEDULE 






1968 RESULTS 


Oct. 3 Virginia 




3:00 PM 




7 Frederick Mil Acad. 6 


Oct. 17 At Navy 




2:00 PM 




12 Virginia 


29 


Oct. 24 W. Virginia 




3:00 PM 




18 Navy 


29 


Oct. 31 At Bainbridge NTC 8:00 PM 




Virginia Tech 35 


Nov. 7 At Virginia 


Tech 


1:30 PM 




9 Navy Prep 


6 












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105 


1969 MARYLAND FRESHMAN FOOTBALL ROSTER 


Name 


Pos 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Hometown 


High School 


Lee Branthover 


LB 


6-0 


205 


Rockville, Md. 


Richard Montgomery 


William Calandra 


E 


6-3 


222 


Cherry Hill, N.J. 


Cherry Hill 


Kevin Callaghan 


G-T 


6-2 


215 


Derby, Conn. 


Derby 


David Clough 


T 


6-7 


263 


Chester, Pa. 


St. James Catholic 


James Cross in 


G-T 


6-3 


235 


Levittown, Pa. 


Pennsbury 


Christian Cowdrey 


E 


6-2 


210 


Annapolis, Md. 


Arundel 


Stephen Dawson 


T 


6-4 


235 


Wheaton, Md. 


Wheaton 


Dennis DeShields 


HB 


6-0 


182 


Pennsauken, N.J. 


Pennsauken 


James Dzieranowski 


FB 


6-1 


205 


Batavia, N.Y. 


Batavia 


Jerome Evrard 


G-T 


6-5 


260 


Bethlehem, Pa. 


Bethlehem Catholic 


Charles Foreman 


E 


6-3 


202 


Frederick, Md. 


Frederick 


Stephen Fromang 


LB 


6-1 


205 


Wilmington, Del. 


A. I. DuPont 


Michael Gaines 


E 


6-3 


185 


Baltimore, Md. 


Poly 


Robert Grossman 


QB 


6-2 


190 


Bethesda, Md. 


Walter Johnson 


Donald Gush 


FB 


6-3 


215 


Hyattsville, Md. 


High Point 


Charles Hunsberger 


G-T 


6-0 


212 


Harrisburg, Pa. 


Central Dauphin 


Gary Jones 


QB 


6-0 


180 


Gaithersburg, Md. 


Gaithersburg 


George Jones 


E 


6-2 


215 


Woodstown, N.J. 


Woodstown 


David Lathrop 


T 


6-2 


235 


Lancaster, N.Y. 


Greenbrier Mil. Acad. 


Mike McDonald 


HB 


5-10 


180 


Bladensburg, Md. 


Bladensburg 


Joseph Novalis 


LB 


6-2 


215 


Bordentown, N.J. 


Bordentown Prep 


Nick Principe 


QB 


5-9 


190 


Washington, D.C. 


St. John's 


Donald Rat I iff 


E 


6-5 


210 


Winchester, Va. 


Handley 


Mike Sacville 




6-1 


205 


Wheaton, Md. 


Wheaton 


Arthur Seymore 


HB 


6-0 


175 


Easton, Pa. 


Easton 


Robert Tucker 


QB 


6-3 


190 


Newark, Del. 


Newark 


James Tweedy 


C-LB 


6-0 


200 


Monroeville, Pa. 


Monroeville 


James Watkins 


G-T 


6-2 


225 


Baltimore, Md. 


Edmondson 


Ray Wethington 


LB 


6-2 


225 


Rockville, Md. 


Richard Montgomery 


Roger Weir 


LB 


5-10 


190 


Cleveland, Ohio 





71 



mniii lhiiu HiiiLLiiu Mvvnnuo 
The Silvester Watch to the man who typified the best in college athletics. 


1921 


Andrew Nelson Nisbet 


1947 Thomas Allison Mont, Jr. 


1922 


Garry Edwin Semler 


1948 George Brenner Simler 


1923 


George Findley Pollock 


1949 Victor Turyn 


1924 


Thomas Jackson McQuade 


1950 Joseph Travis Tucker 


1925 


Joseph Charles Burger 


195 1 Elmer Horsey Wingate, Jr. 


1926 


William Carleton Supplee 


1952 James Francis Johnson 


1927 


M. B. Stevens 


1953 Paul Nestor 


1928 


Lewis Walter Thomas 


1954 Martin Richard Cry tzer 


1929 


Gordon Albert Kessler 


(silver medal) 


1930 


William Wilder Evans 


1955 Burke L.Wilson (silver medal) 




Albert Bogley Heagy 


1956 Charles E. Wicker 


1931 


Louis William Berger 


1957 Burr Grim 


1932 


George Victor Chalmers 


1958 Eddie Cooke 


1933 


Albert Westle Woods 


1959 Thomas Tait 


1934 


Norman Spencer Sothoron 


1960 James Joyce 


1935 


John William Guckeyson 


1961 Dale Betty 


1936 


Louis Augustus Ennis, Jr. 


1962 Clayton A. Beardmore 


1937 


John Joseph Gormley 


1963 Raymond F. Altman 


1938 


William Caroal White 


1964 Richard Shiner 


1939 


Edwin Roberts Johnson 


1965 Mic heal Cole 


1940 


George Edward Lawrence 


1966 Neil Brayton 


1941 


Robert Herman Smith 


1967 James J. McMillen 


1942 


Ralph Mosher Burlin 


1968 Franklin T. Costello 


1943 


^1 


1969 Giancarlo Brandoni 


1944 


I (No record available 


Gobel Kline 


1945 


I of award) 


Roland Merritt 


1946 


J 




The Maryland Ring, a memorial to Charles L. Linhardt, Jr., to the Maryland 


male resident who is adjudged the best athlete of the year. 


Football winners include: 




1952 


Dave Cianelli-Back 


1966 George Stem -Back 


1953 


John Alderton-End 


1967 Alan Pastrana-Quarterback 


1960 


Rod Breedlove-Guard 




TERRAPIN AWARDS 




Senior Merit Award, a plaque presented by the Atlantic Coast Conference to 


a senior for excellence in scholarship and athletics. 


1957 


Mike Sandusky -football, wrestling 


1964 David Nardo- football 


1958 


Perry C. Moore-basketball, track 


1965 Donald E. Dunphy- swimming 


1959 


Thomas Tait-track 


1966 Larry Bagranoff- football, lacrosse 


1960 


Bjorn Andersen- track 


1967 Steven H. Rosen-golf 


1961 


Nick Kovalakides-track 


1968 William S. Betts- track 


1962 


Stephen Hamer off- track 


1969 Billy Lovett-football 


1963 


Raymond Altman- lacrosse 




The Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy to the 


unsung hero of the season. 


1956 


Al Wharton-Tackle 


1962 Murnis Banner- Halfback 


1957 


Wilbur Main-Center 


1963 George Stem- Halfback 


1958 


Ted Kershner-Back 


1964 John Kenny-End 


1959 


Joe Gardi-Tackle 


1965 Charles Krahling- Center 


1960 


Leroy Dietrich -Center 


1966 Bobby Collins- Back 


1961 


Dick Barlund-End 


1967 Pat Baker-Back 

1968 Rick Carlson-End 



72 



The George C. Cook Memorial Scholarship Trophy to a member of the foot- 


ball team with the highest scholastic average. 




1962 


Don White-Quarterback 


1966 


Larry Bagranoff- Tackle 


1963 


Dave Nardo- End 


1967 


Chuck Tine-Tackle 


1964 


Dave Nardo-End 


1968 


Ralph Friedgen-Guard 


1965 


Bruce Springer-Back 






Geary F. Eppley Award to the graduating male 


senior athlete, who during his 


three 


years of varsity competition. 


lettered at least once and attained the 


highest over-all scholastic average. 






1964 


David D. Nardo-Football 


1967 


Steven H. Rosen-Golf 


1965 


Donald E. Dunphy- Swimming 


1968 


William S. Betts- Swimming 


1966 


Tom Bichy-Baseball 


1969 


David Werchen-Tennis 


Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 


1950 


Bob Ward- Guard 


1959 


Tom Gunderman-Guard 


1951 


Bob Ward-Guard 


1960 


Gary Collins- End 


1952 


William Maletzky-Guard 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro- Tackle 


1953 


Stan Jones-Tackle 


1962 


Dave Crossan— Tackle 


1954 


Bob Pellegrini-Guard 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov— Tackle 


1955 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


1964 


Fred Joyce-Guard 


1956 


Al Wharton-Tackle 


1965 


Dick Absher-End 


1957 


Don Healy-Tackle 


1966 


Dick Absher-End 


1958 


Fred Cole-Tackle 


1967 


Jim Lavrusky-Linebacker 






1968 


Ron Pearson— End 


Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding tackle. 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz 


1964 


Larry Bagranoff 


1960 


Tom Sankovich 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff 


1961 


Bill Kirchiro 


1966 


Tom Cichowski 


1962 


Dave Crossan 


1967 


Tom Myslinski 


1963 


Olaf Drozdov 


1968 


Tom Plevin 


The Teke Trophy to the student who during his four years at the University 


has rendered the greatest service to football. 




1950 


John Idzik— Back 


1960 


Vincent Scott— End 


1951 


Bob Ward-Guard 


1961 


Gary Collins- End 


1952 


Ed Fullerton-Back 


1962 


Tom Brown-Halfback 


1953 


Bernie Faloney-Back 


1963 


Bob Burton- Halfback 


1954 


John Irvine-Center 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov-Tackle 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini-Center 


1965 


George Stem-Back 


1956 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


1966 


Dick Absher-End 


1957 


Gene Alderton-Center 


1967 


Lou Stickel-Back 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan-Back 


1968 


Billy Lovett- Fullback 


1959 


Kurt Schwarz— Tackle 








The first regularly-scheduled college football game to be 




televised was the Penn-Maryland game of October 5, 1940. 




Dick Lamb, Historian 


Football Writers Association 



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AlAIADnC 


BEST OFFEMSIVE BACK 


BEST DEFENSIVE BACK 


1952 


Chester Hanulak- Halfback 


1952 


Ed Fullerton- Halfback 


1953 


Ralph Felton- Fullback 


1953 


Dick Nolan -Halfback 


1954 


Ron Waller-Halfback 


1954 


Joe Horning- Halfback 


1955 


Ed Vereb- Halfback 


1955 


Lynn Beightol-Quarterback 


1956 


Fred Hamilton-Halfback 


1956 


Bob Rusevlyan-Quarterback 


1957 


Bob Rusevlyan-Quarterback 


1957 


Bob Layman- Halfback 


1958 


Bob Rusevlyan-Quarterback 


1958 


Jim Joyce— Fullback 


1959 


Jim Joyce-Fullback 


1959 


Dwayne Fletcher-Quarterback 


1960 


Dale Betty -Quarterback 


1960 


Jim Davidson-Quarterback 


1961 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


1961 


Tom Brown- Halfback 


1962 


Tom Brown-Halfback 


1962 


Joe Hrezo-Fullback 


1963 


Dick Shiner-Quarterback 


1963 


Ernie Arrzzi-Halfback 


1964 


Tom Hickey-Tailback 


1964 


Bob Sullivan- Halfback 


1965 


Walt Marciniak-Fullback 


1965 


Fred Cooper- Halfback 


1966 


Alan Pastrana-Quarterback 


1966 


Lou Stickel-Halfback 


1967 


Billy Lovett- Fullback 


1967 


Bob Colbert- Halfback 


1968 


Billy Lovett- Fullback 


1968 


Kenny Dutton-Halfback 


BEST OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 


BEST DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 


1952 


Tom Cosgrove-Center 


1952 


John Alderton-End 


1953 


Marty Crytzer-End 


1953 


Bob Morgan-Tackle 


1954 


Jack Bowersox- Guard 


1954 


Tom McLuckie-Guard 


1955 


Russell Dennis-End 


1955 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


1956 


Al Wharton-Tackle 


1956 


Mike Sandusky-Tackle 


1957 


Tom Gunderman-Guard 


1957 


Rod Breedlove-Guard 


1958 


Fred Cole -Tackle 


1958 


Ben Scotti-End 


1959 


Tom Gunderman-Guard 


1959 


Rod Breedlove-Guard 


1960 


Bob Hacker-Center 


1960 


Tom Sankovich-Tackle 


1961 


Roger Shoals-Tackle 


1961 


Dave Crossan-Tackle 


1962 


Roger Shoals- Tackle 


1962 


Walter Rock- Guard 


1963 


Gene Feher-Center 


1963 


Joe Ferrante-Guard 


1964 


Joe Frattaroli-Guard 


1964 


Olaf Drozdov-Tackle 


1965 


Matt Arbutina- Tackle 


1965 


Larry Bagranoff- Tackle 


1966 


Tom Cichowski-Tackle 


1966 


Jim Lavrusky- Linebacker 


1967 


Ron Pearson-Guard 


1967 


Mike Grace-Guard 


1968 


Bill Meister-Guard 


1968 


Henry Gareis-End 




PHOTO CREDITS 








Laughead Sports Photographers, 


Dallas 


: Photo Section, 




University of Maryland; Evening 


Star, Washington 



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TERP ALL-AMERICA PLAYERS 



1923 — W. Supplee, End — Second Team, AP 

1928 — Gerald Snyder, Fullback — Second Team, AP 

1931 — Jess Krajcovic, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP 

1934 — Norwood Sothoron, Fullback — Honorable Mention, AP 

Vic Willis, End — Honorable Mention, AP 

Bill Guckeyson, Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP 

Ed Minion, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP 
1935 — Bill Guckeyson, Halfback — Honorable Mention. AP 

Vic Willis, End — Honorable Mention, AP 
1936 — Bill Guckeyson — Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP 
1937 — Jim Meade, Halfback — honorable Mention, AP 
1940 — Bob Smith, Center — Honorable Mention, AP 

Ralph Albarano, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP 
1942 — Tommy Mont, Quarterback, Honorable Mention, AP 

Paul Flick— Center — Honorable Mention, AP 
1947 — Lou Gambino, Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP 

Gene Kinney, Center — Honorable Mention, AP 
1948 — Ray Krouse, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP, UP 

Elmer Wingate, End — Honorable Mention, UP 
1949 — Ray Krouse, Tackle — Second Team, AP 

1950— Bob Ward, Guard — First Team, AP, Look, NEA, Gridiron, All- 
Players, Colliers 
Second Team, UP, INS, The Quarterback 

Ed Modzelewski, Fullback — Honorable Mention, AP, UP 
1951— Bob Ward, Guard— UNANIMOUS First Teams 

Dick Modzelewski, Tackle — First Team, All Players; Second 
Team, AP; Third Team, UP 

Ed Modzelewski, Fullback — First and Second Teams 

Jack Scarbath, Quarterback — Honorable Mention, AP, All-Players 

Tom Cosgrove, Center — Honorable Mention, AP, All Players 

Dave Cianelli, Fullback — Honorable Mention, AP 

Joe Petruzzo— Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP 
1952 — Jack Scarbath, Quarterback — UNANIMOUS First Teams 

Dick Modzelewski, Tackle — UNANIMOUS First Teams 

Tom Cosgrove, Center — Second Team, All-Players 

Stan Jones, Tackle — Honorable Mention, All-Players 
1953 — Stan Jones, Tackle — UNANIMOUS First Teams 

Bernie Faloney, Quarterback — Eight First Teams, All Second 
Teams 

Chester Hanulak, Halfback — Second Team, INS; Honorable Men- 
tion, AP, UP, NEA 

Ralph Felton, Fullback — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, NEA 

Bill Walker, End — Honorable Mention, UP 

John Irvine, Center — Honorable Mention, UP 

Bob Morgan, Tackle — Honorable Mention, UP 
1954 — Dick Bielski, Fullback — Third Team, All-Players; Honorable Men- 
tion, AP, UP 

Ronnie Waller, Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP, UP 

Jack Bowersox, Guard — First Team, Gridiron Index; Honorable- 
Mention, AP, UP 

John Irvine, Center — Honorable Mention, UP 

Bill Walker, End — Second Team, AP; Honorable Mention, UP 

Bob Pellegrini, Guard — Honorable Mention, UP 

George Palahunik, Guard — Honorable Mention, UP 



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TERP-ALL AMERICANS-Cont. 



1955— Bob Pellegrini — Center — UNANIMOUS First Teams 

Ed Vereb, Halfback — First Team, Movietone News, N. Y. Daily 
News, Extension; Second Team, INS; Third Team, AP, UP 
Sporting News 
Mike Sandusky, Tackle — First Team, Sporting News, Extension • 
Second Team, UP, NEA, N. Y. Daily News; Honorable Men- 
tion, AP 
Jack Davis, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, NEA 
Frank Tamburello, Quarterback — First Team, Movietone News; 

Honorable Mention, AP, UP, NEA 
Bill Walker, End — Second Team, UP, Sporting News; Honorable 

Mention, NEA 
Russell Dennis, End — First Team, N. Y. Daily News 
Ed Heuring, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP, UP 
1956 — Mike Sandusky, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, INS, NEA 
Jack Davis, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, INS, NEA 
Gene Alderton, Center — Honorable Mention, AP, UP 
1957 — Rod Breedlove, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, NEA, Sport 
ing News 
Ed Cooke, End — Honorable Mention, AP, UP, NEA 
Gene Alderton, Center — Honorable Mention, AP, NEA 
1958 — Rod Breedlove, Guard, Honorable Mention, AP, UPI, NEA, Sport- 
ing News 
Fred Cole, Tackle — Honorable Mention, AP, UPI 
1959 — Rod Breedlove. Guard — Honorable Mention. AP, UPI, NEA 
Jim Joyce, Fullback — Honorable Mention, AP, NEA 
Gary Collins, End — Honorable Mention, AP, UPI 
Tom Gunderman, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP, UPI 
Kurt Schwarz, Tackle — Honorable Mention, UPI 
1960 — Gary Collins, End — Honorable Mention, AP, UPI 

Dale Betty, Quarterback — Honorable Mention, AP 
1961 — Gary Collins, End — First Team, UPI, NEA, American Football 
Coaches Association, Football Writers Association, Pro Football 
Scouts; Second Team, AP. 

Bob Hacker, Center — Honorable Mention, AP, UPI. 
1962 — Dick Shiner, Quarterback — Honorable Mention. AP, UPI 
Walter Rock, Guard — Honorable Mention, AP. UPI 
Roger Shoals, Tackle — Honorable Mention, UPI 
Tom Brown, Halfback — Honorable Mention, AP 



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"ATLANTIC COAST SPORTS-WRITERS ASSOCIATION" 


1953— FIRST TEAM 


1956— FIRST TEAM 


Stan Jones — Tackle 
Jack Bowersox — Guard 


Mike Sandusky — Tackle 
Jack Davis — Guard 


Bernie Faloney — Back 
Chester Hanulak — Back 


THIRD TEAM 

Gene Alderton — Center 


SECOND TEAM 


1957— FIRST TEAM 


Bill Walker— End 
Bob Morgan — Tackle 


Ed Cooke— End 

Rod Breedlove — Guard 


Ralph Felton— Back 


SECOND TEAM 


THIRD TEAM 


Gene Alderton — Center 


John Irvine — Center 


1958— SECOND TEAM 


Marty Crytzer — End 


Fred Cole— Tackle 
Rod Breedlove — Guard 


PLAYER OF YEAR 




Bernie Faloney — Back 


1959— SECOND TEAM 


COACH OF YEAR 


Tom Gunderman — Guard 


Jim Tatum 


Jim Joyce— Back 




1960— FIRST TEAM 


1954 — FIRST TEAM 


Gary Collins— End 


Bill Walker— End 
Dick Bielski — Back 
Ronnie Waller — Back 
SECOND TEAM 
Bob Pellegrini — Guard 
John Irvine — Center 

THIRD TEAM 


1961— FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins — End 
Bob Hacker — Center 

SECOND TEAM 

Roger Shoals — Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro— Tackle 


Jack Bowersox — Guard 


1962— FIRST TEAM 




Walter Rock — Guard 




Dick Shiner — Back 




Tom Brown — Back 


1955— FIRST TEAM 




Mike Sandusky — Tackle 


1963— SECOND TEAM 


Jack Davis — Guard 


Dick Shiner — Back 


Bob Pellegrini — Center 




Ed Vereb— Back 


1964 — FIRST TEAM 


SECOND TEAM 


Jerry Fishman — Guard 


Bill Walker— End 




Russell Dennis — End 


1964— SECOND TEAM 


Frank Tamburello — Back 


Olaf Drozdov — Tackle 


PLAYER OF YEAR 


Tom Hickey — Back 


Bob Pellegrini — Center 
COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 


1965— DEFENSE TEAM 

Bob Sullivan — Back 


JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 


1966— DEFENSE TEAM 


Bob Pellegrini 


Dick Absher — End 



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MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 

SINGLE GAME - INDIVIDUAL 

SCORING 

MOST POINTS SCORED 

31 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (5 TD's, 1 PAT) 
MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

MOST POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED 

6 by Bob Dean vs. South Carolina, 1949 
6 by Don Decker vs. West Virginia, 1951 
6 by Vincent Scott vs. Virginia, 1960 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 

2 by Don Gleasner vs. Virginia, 1945 

2 by Leroy Mortor vs. Michigan State, 1946 

2 by Lou Gambino vs. West Virginia, 1947 

2 by Elmer Wingate vs. George Washington, 1948 

2 by Stan Karnash vs. George Washington, 1949 

2 by Pete Augsburger vs. South Carolina, 1949 

2 by Henry Fox vs. Georgetown, 1949 

2 by Lloyd Colteryahn vs. LSU, 1952 

2 by Bill Walker vs. Alabama, 1953 

2 by Gary Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 

2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State, 1966 

2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. Florida State, 1966 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBILITY (Run and pass) 
5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 
MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED 

3 by Vincent Scott vs. West Virginia, 1959 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING AND PASSING 

272 by Dick Shiner vs. SMU, 1962 (238 passing, 34 rushing) 

MOST TOTAL PLAYS 

45 by Jim Corcoran vs. Penn State, 1965 (35 passes, 10 rushes) 

BEST OFFENSIVE AVERAGE (MINIMUM FOUR PLAYS, RUSHING 

AND PASSING) 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 plays, 96 yards) 

RUSHING 
MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING (NET) 

193 by Ray Poppleman vs. Western Maryland, 1931 (24 carries) 

MOST RUSHES 

39 by Billy Lovett vs. North Carolina, 1968 

39 by Billy Lovett vs. South Carolina, 1968 

BEST RUSHING AVERAGE 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 carries) 

LONGEST SCORING RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 

90 yards by Dick Burgee vs. Missouri, 1954 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN FROM SCRIMMAGE 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina, 1948 



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PASSING 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

243 by Jack Scarbath vs. Navy, 1951 (14 for 23) 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

35 by Jim Corcoran vs. Penn State, 1965 (completed 18) 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

18 by Jim Corcoran vs. Penn State, 1965 (35 attempts) 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.800 by Tommy Mont vs. Bairn bridge, 1946 (8 of 10) 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

3 by Tommy Mont vs. Connecticut, 1942 

3 by Vic Turyn vs. George Washington, 1948 

3 by Stan La vine vs. George Washington, 1949 

3 by Jack Scarbath vs. West Virginia, 1951 

3 by Jack Scarbath vs. LSU, 1952 

3 by Dale Betty vs. North Carolina State, 1959 

3 by Dale Betty vs. Clemson, 1959 

3 by Dick Novak vs. West Virginia, 1959 

3 by Dick Shiner vs. Penn State, 1961 

3 by Alan Pastrana vs. North Carolina State, 1966 

MOST PASSES CAUGHT 

10 by Darryl Hill vs. Clemson, 1963 

MOST YARDS GAINED BY PASS RECEPTIONS 

131 yards by Lloyd Colteryahn vs. Alabama, 1952 (8 receptions) 

LONGEST SCORING PASS AND RUN 

92 yds. by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs. S. Carolina, 1949 (pass 15 yds., run 77 yds.) 

LONGEST SCORING RUN AFTER PASS 

77 yards by Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavine vs. S.Carolina, 1949 (pass 15 yards) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS AND RUN 

73 yards by Tommy Mont to Hubie Werner vs.Lakehurst, 1942 (pass 32 yds., run 41 yds.) 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN AFTER PASS 

41 yards by Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942, on 32-yard pass from Tommy Mont 

LONGEST SCORING PASS 

40 yards by Dick Novak to Jim Davidson vs. West Virginia, 1959 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PASS 

50 yards by Alan Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 1966 

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 

4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy, 1963 

4 by Alan Pastrana vs. Clemson, 1 966 

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED 

3 by Bob Shemonski vs. Georgia, 1951 
3 by Tom Brown vs. Air Force. 1961 
3 by Bob Sullivan vs. Navy, 1965 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON INTERCEPTION RUNBACKS 

111 yards by Dick Lewis vs. North Carolina State, 1956 

LONGEST SCORING RUN OF INTERCEPTED PASS 

100 yards by Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 (105 actual) 
100 yards by Dickie Lewis vs. N.C. State, 1956 (103 actual) 
100 yards by Tom Brown vs. Virginia, 1962 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN OF INTERCEPTED PASS 

74 yards by Bernie Faloney vs. LSU, 1952 

LONGEST SCORING RUN OF INTERCEPTED PASS BY OPPONENT 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 1941 



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OTHERS 

MOST PUNTS 

11 by Greg Fries vs. Clemson, 1968 

MOST TOTAL YARDS PUNTING 

510 by Bill Guckeyson vs. Syracuse, 1936 

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE 

53 yards by Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, 1956 Orange Bowl (3 punts) 

LONGEST PUNT WITH ROLL 

88 yards by John Fritsch vs. Miami, 1956 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs. VMI, 1916, but records are incom- 
plete. Kick may have been measured from point of kick, not from line of scrimmage. 

LONGEST PUNT WITH ROLL BY OPPONENT 

84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina, 1948 

MOST PUNTS RETURNED 

6 by Joe Petruzzo vs. LSU, 1951 (67 yards) 

6 by Bobby Collins vs. Syracuse, 1965 (41 yards) 

MOST YARDS GAINED RETURNING PUNTS 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North Carolina State, 1950 (5 returns) 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, 1951 

LONGEST PUNT RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN BY OPPONENT 

100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy, 1951 

LONGEST NON-SCORING PUNT RETURN 

67 yards by John McVicker vs. Syracuse, 1956 

MOST PUNTS BLOCKED 

1 by several players 

MOST KICKOFFS RETURNED 

5 by Tom Brown vs. Miami, 1962 

MOST YARDS RETURNING KICKOFFS 

153 by Tom Brown vs. Miami, 1962 (5 returns) 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN 

100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, 1960 (102 actual). Novak ret. 

to nine yard line, then lateraled to Condie who returned 91 yards. 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy, 1964 (101 actual). 

LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN FOR TOUCHDOWN BY OPPONENT 

93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina, 1926 

LONGEST NON-SCORING KICKOFF RETURN 

76 yards by Howie Dare vs. Miami, 1957 

LONGEST SCORING RUN WITH RECOVERED FUMBLE 

23 yards by Howie Dare vs. North Carolina State, 1954 

LONGEST NON-SCORING RUN WITH RECOVERED FUMBLE BY 
OPPONENT 

75 yards by Dave Russell of Washington and Lee, 1942 

MOST OPPONENTS FUMBLES RECOVERED 

3 by Tom Gunderman vs. Miami, 1957 

LONGEST FIELD GOAL 

48 yards by Vincent Scott vs. West Virginia, 1959 

SINGLE GAME RECORDS - TEAM 

HIGHEST SCORE SC ° R ' NG 

Maryland 80 - Washington College 0, 1927 

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MOST TOTAL POINTS SCORED BY BOTH TEAMS 

87 in 1954; Maryland 74 - Missouri 13 

LARGEST VICTORY MARGIN 

80-0 vs. Washington College, 1927 

LARGEST DEFEAT MARGIN 

0-76 vs. Navy, 1913 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 

12 vs. Washington College, 1927 

MOST POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED 

8 vs. Washington College, 1927 
8 vs. Missouri, 1954 

MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED 

3 vs. West Virginia, 1959 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED PASSING 

4 vs. George Washington, 1948 (3 by Vic Turyn, 1 by John Idzik) 
4 vs. Navy, 1952 (2 by Jack Scarbath, 1 by Lloyd Colteryahn, 1 by Bernie Faloney) 
4 vs. George Washington, 1954 (2 by Frank Tamburello, 1 by Charles Boxold, 1 by Lynn 

Beightol) 

MOST TOUGHDOWNS SCORED PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

4 by Wake Forest, 1958 (3 by Norm Snead, 1 by Charlie Parker) 

MOST SAFETIES SCORED 

2 vs. Delaware, 1947 
2 vs. Georgetown, 1950 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

MOST TOTAL YARDS GAINED 

602 vs. West Virginia, 1951 (523 rushing, 79 passing) 

FEWEST TOTAL YARDS GAINED 

29 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

MOST TOTAL PLAYS 

92 vs. Texas, 1959 

RUSHING 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING 

577 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING 

Minus 58 vs. Navy, 1965 

MOST RUSHES 

76 vs. Miami, 1958 
FEWEST RUSHES 

24 vs. North Carolina State, 1965 

BEST AVERAGE PER RUSH 

10.5 yards vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 (577 yards, 55 rushes) 

FEWEST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING BY OPPONENTS 

Minus 21 by West Virginia, 1951 
Minus 21 by UCLA, 1955 

MOST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 

24 vs. Washington and Lee, 1951 

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS RUSHING 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Syracuse, 1959 

PASSING 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

330 vs. Virginia, 1958 (18 completions, 40 attempts) 

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FEWEST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

vs. Michigan State, 1944 
Ovs. Vanderbilt, 1948 
vs. Missouri, 1951 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

40 vs. Virginia, 1958 (18 completions for 330 yards) 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

21 vs. North Carolina, 1958 (35 attempts) 

FEWEST PASSES COMPLETED 

vs. Michigan State, 1944 (1 attempt) 
vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 (12 attempts) 

vs. Missouri, 1 95 1 (3 attempts) 

FEWEST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE (Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.800 vs. Georgia, 1952 (8 completions, 10 attempts) 

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED 

7 vs. Georgia, 1951 

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 

6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 

MOST FIRST DOWNS PASSING 

13 vs. S.M.U., 1962 

FEWEST FIRST DOWNS PASSING 

0-12 times, last vs. South Carolina, 1958 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED BY OPPONENTS 

57 by West Virginia, 1951 (19 completions) 

FEWEST PASSES COMPLETED BY OPPONENTS 

by Syracuse, 1939 (5 attempts) 

by Michigan State, 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware, 1948 (3 attempts) 

by Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 

by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

FEWEST YARDS GAINED PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

Minus 1 by Clemson, 1956 

OTHERS 
MOST PUNTS 

14 vs. Virginia, 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland, 1940 

FEWEST PUNTS 

1 vs. Washington and Lee, 1953 
1 vs. Georgia, 1953 

1 vs. Syracuse, 1955 

1 vs. North Carolina State, 1954 

1 vs. South Carolina, 1962 

MOST TOTAL YARDS PUNTING 

510 vs. Syracuse, 1936 (10 punts) 

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE 

51.7 yards vs. Washington and Lee, 1951 (155 yds., 3 punts) 

MOST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 

29 vs. Wake Forest, 1963 

FEWEST TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 

MOST FUMBLES 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 

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FEWEST FUMBLES 

vs. VMI, 1945 vs. South Carolina, 1959 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 vs. West Virginia, 1960 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 vs. Virginia, 1960 

MOST FUMBLES LOST 

6 vs. North Carolina, 1947 

MOST FUMBLES BY OPPONENTS 

8 by South Carolina, 1948 
8 by Mississippi, 1953 

MOST OPPONENTS FUMBLES RECOVERED 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 1950 
5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 
5 vs. North Carolina, 1960 
MOST PENALTIES 

18 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

MOST YARDS PENALIZED 

130 vs. Virginia Tech, 1948 
130 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

FEWEST PENALTIES 

vs. Duke, 1941 

MOST PENALTIES BY OPPONENTS 

15 by Miami, 1957 

MOST YARDS OPPONENTS PENALIZED 

135 by North Carolina, 1953 

FEWEST PENALTIES BY OPPONENTS 

by Western Maryland, 1937 
by Western Maryland, 1939 
by Florida, 1939 
by Washington and Lee, 1941 
by William and Mary, 1945 
by South Carolina, 1953 

SEASON RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 

SCORING 

MOST POINTS SCORED, REGULAR SEASON 

97 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 
96 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
96 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

MOST POINTS SCORED, ONE SEASON, INCLUDING BOWL GAMES 

114 by Lou Gambino (96 in 1947 season plus 3 TD's in 1948 Gator Bowl) 
102 by Ed Vereb (96 in 1955 season plus one TD in 1956 Orange Bowl) 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED, REGULAR SEASON 

16 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
16 by Bob Shemonski, 1950 (10 games) 

16 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED ONE SEASON, INCLUDING BOWL 
GAMES 

19 by Lou Gambino (16 in 1947 season plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 

17 by Ed Vereb (16 in 1955 season plus one in 1956 Orange Bowl) 

MOST POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED, ALL GAMES 

41 by Don Decker (37 in 1951 season, 4 in 28-13 1952 Sugar Bowl victory over 
Tennessee, 55 attempts) 



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MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 

7 by Dairyl Hill, 1964, 10 games 

7 by Billy Van Heusen, 1966, 10 games 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBILITY (RUN AND PASS) 

21 by Alan Pastrana, 1966 (17 TD passes, 4 TD's) 

MOST FIELD GOALS 

9 by Bernardo Bramson, 1964 

MOST POINTS BY KICKING 

44 by Bernardo Bramson, 1964 (9 FG's, 17 EP's) 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

MOST YARDS TOTAL OFFENSE (RUSHING AND PASSING) 

1,426 by Dick Shiner, 1962, 10 games 

MOST TOTAL PLAYS 

314 by Dick Shiner, 1963, 10 games 

RUSHING 

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING, REGULAR SEASON 

963 by Billy Lovett, 1968, 10 games Note: Ray Poppleman gained 1,350 

904by Lou Gambino, 1947, 10 games yards in 1931 but his total is be 

834 by Ed Modzelewski, 1951, 9 games heved to be total offense, not 

net yardage. 

MOST NET YARDS RUSHING, INCLUDING BOWL GAMES 

1,069 by Lou Gambino (includes 904 yards of 1947 season plus 165 in 22 carries in 
1948 Gator Bowl) 
987 by Ed Modzelewski (includes 834 yards of 1951 plus 153 in 1952 Sugar Bowl) 

MOST RUSHES 

217 by Billy Lovett in 10 games, 1968 

BEST RUSHING AVERAGE 

9.8 yards by Chet Hanulak, 1953 

PASSING 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

1,499 by Alan Pastrana in 10 games, 1966 (102 completions in 195 attempts) 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

222 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1963 (completed 108) 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

121 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 (203 attempts) 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 

.621 by Dale Betty in 10 games, 1960 (completed 82 of 132) 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

17 by Alan Pastrana, 1966, 10 games 

MOST PASSES CAUGHT 

47 by Tom Brown in 10 games, 1962 (557 yards) 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 by Lloyd Colteryahn, 1952 (32 receptions, 9 games) 

MOST PASSES HAD INTERCEPTED 

16 by Dick Shiner in 10 games, 1962 

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED 

10 by Bob Sullivan in 10 games, 1965 (Led nation). 



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MOST YARDS RETURNING INTERCEPTED PASSES 

147 by Joe Horning, 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 

OTHERS 

MOST PUNTS 

72 by Greg Fries, 1968 (39.2 average, 10 games) 

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE 

43.7 by Bill Walker in 10 games, 1955 (15 punts). Walker added four punts in 1956 
Orange Bowl for an 11 -game average of 41.2, 19 punts. 

MOST PUNTS RETURNED 

28 by Bob Shemonski in 10 games, 1950 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON PUNT RETURNS 

408 by Bob Shemonski in 10 games, 1950, 28 returns 

BEST PUNT RETURN AVERAGE (MORE THAN THREE RETURNS) 

24.5 by Tom Brown on 8 returns, 1961 

MOST KICKOFFS RETURNED 

24 by Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 

MOST YARDS GAINED ON KICKOFF RETURNS 

454 by Kenny Dutton on 24 returns, 1967 

BEST KICKOFF RETURN AVERAGE (MORE THAN THREE) 

44 yards by Howie Dare, 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 

BEST POINT-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN AVERAGE 

1.000 by John Hannigan, 1961 (17 for 17) 
1.000 by Bernardo Bramson, 1965 (15 for 15) 

SEASON RECORDS - TEAM 

SCORING 

MOST POINTS SCORED 

353 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

381 in 10 games, including 1951 season plus '52 Sugar Bowl 

FEWEST POINTS SCORED (FULL SEASON) 

39 in 9 games, 1940 

MOST POINTS SCORED BY OPPONENTS 

299 in 10 games, 1968 

FEWEST POINTS SCORED BY OPPONENTS 

31 in 10 regular season games, 1953 

38 in 11 games, 1953 season plus 1954 Orange Bowl 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 

52 in 9 regular-season games, 1951 

56 in 10 games, 1951 season plus 1952 Sugar Bowl 

MOST FIELD GOALS SCORED 

9 in 1964 (all by Bernardo Bramson) 

MOST POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED 

38 in 9 regular-season games, 1951 

42 in 10 games, 1951 season plus 1952 Sugar Bowl 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING AND PASSING 

3,822 in 9 games, 1951 (2,921 rushing, 901 passing) 

4,174 in 10 games, including 1951 season plus 28-13 1952 victory over Tennessee in 
Sugar Bowl (3,210 rushing, 964 passing) 



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MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING AND PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

4,192 in 10 games, 1968 (2,272 rushing, 1,920 passing) 

FEWEST YARDS GAINED RUSHING AND PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

1,691 in 10 games, 1955 (761 yards rushing, 930 passing) 

Oklahoma gained 202 yards rushing, 53 passing, in 1956 Orange Bowl for 11-game 
total of 1,946 yards 

RUSHING 

MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING 

2,921 in 9 regular-season games, 1951 

3,210 in 10 games, 1951 season plus 28-13 victory over Tennessee in 1952 Sugar Bowl 

MOST RUSHING PLAYS 

534 in 1968 

MOST YARDS GAINED RUSHING BY OPPONENTS 

2,371 in 9 games, 1967 

PASSING 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

1,624 in 10 games, 1966 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

249 in 10 games, 1963 (113 completions) 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

135 in 10 games, 1962 (244 attempts) 

BEST PASSING PERCENTAGE 

.577 in 10 games, 1960 (105 of 182 attempts) 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

1,920 in 10 games, 1968 

FEWEST YARDS GAINED PASSING BY OPPONENTS 

731 in 10 games, 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 

BEST PASSING PERCENTAGE BY OPPONENTS 

.527 in 9 games, 1967 (77 completions, 146 attempts) 

MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS 

34 in 9 games, 1951 

38 in 10 games, including the 28-13 victory over Tennessee in the Sugar Bowl, 
Jan. 1, 1952 

MOST PASS INTERCEPTIONS BY OPPONENTS 

23 in 10 games, 1948 

OTHERS 

MOST PUNTS 

72 in 10 games, 1968 

MOST YARDS ALL PUNTS 

2,824 in 10 games, 1968 (72 punts) 

BEST PUNTING AVERAGE 

41.5 yards in 10 games, 1953 (37 punts) 

MOST PUNTS BY OPPONENTS 

85 in 10 games, 1950 

MOST FIRST DOWNS 

183 in 10 games, 1962 



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MOST FIRST DOWNS BY OPPONENTS 

222 in 10 games, 1968 

MOST FUMBLES 

44 in 10 games, 1950 (Lost 22) 

MOST OPPONENTS FUMBLES 

40 in 10 games, 1960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

FEWEST FUMBLES 

17 in 10 games, 1960 (Lost 7) 

MOST PENALTIES 

78 in 11 games, 1953 (492.5 yards) 

MOST YARDAGE LOST BY PENALTIES 

694 in 10 games, 1956 (72 penalties) 

BEST SEASONS 

1951-Won 9 Lost during regular season, defeated Tennessee 28-13 in 1952 Sugar 

Bowl for 10-0 record 
195 3- Won 10 Lost during 1954 regular season, lost to Oklahoma 7-0 in 1954 

Orange Bowl for 10-1 record 
1955-Won 10 Lost during regular season, lost to Oklahoma 20-6 in 1956 Orange 

Bowl for 10-1 record. 

WORST SEASON 

1967- Won Lost 9 

CAREER RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 

SCORING 

MOST POINTS SCORED REGULAR SEASON 

126 by Ed Modzelewski in 28 games, 1949-51 (21 touchdowns) 

MOST POINTS SCORED, ALL GAMES 

133 by Bob Shemonski in 30 games, 1949-51 (22 TD's, 1 PAT) incl.2 TD's in 1950 

Gator Bowl, 1 TD in 1952 Sugar Bowl 
132 by Ed Modzelewski in 30 games, 1949-51, including one TD in 1950 Gator Bowl 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS SCORED, ALL GAMES 

22 by Ed Modzelewski, 30 games, 1949-51 (21 regular season) 
22 by Bob Shemonski, 30 games, 1949-51 (19 regular season) 

MOST POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED 

63 by Don Decker, 1951-52 (82 attempts) 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 

12 by Gary Collins, 1959-60-61 (30 games) 

MOST TOUCHDOWNS RESPONSIBILITY, RUN AND PASS 

35 by Jack Scarbath, 1950-51-52 

MOST FIELD GOALS 

18 by Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66, 30 games 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer kicked 14, 1916-21, employing both drop kick and 
placement 

MOST POINTS BY PLACEKICKER 

110 by Bernardo Bramson, 1964-66, 30 games (56 PAT's in 58 attempts, 18 field 

goals) 
MOST CONSECUTIVE POINTS-AFTER-TOUCHDOWN SCORED 

28 by Bernardo Bramson, Nov. 7, 1964 to Sept. 24, 1966 

Note: Bramson made his first nine in '64, missed one, then made final eight. He was 
15-15 for 1965, made his first five in '66, missed one, then made 19 straight, to 
complete 56-58 record. 



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TOTAL OFFENSE 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING AND PASSING 

2,838 by Jack Scarbath, regular season, 1950-52, 28 games 
2,909 by Jack Scarbath, includes regular seasons 1950-52, plus 71 yards in 1952 
Sugar Bowl (average 5.7 per play) 

MOST TOTAL PLAYS, RUSHING AND PASSING 

790 by Dick Shiner, 1961-63, 30 games (avg. gain 3.0 yards) 

RUSHING 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING, REGULAR SEASON 

1,913 by Ed Modzelewski, 28 games, 1949-51 
1,913 by Billy Lovett, 29 games, 1966-68 

MOST NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING, ALL GAMES 

2,102 by Ed Modzelewski, 30 games, including 36 yards in 1950 Gator Bowl and 
153 yards in 1952 Sugar Bowl 

MOST RUSHES 

452 by Billy Lovett, 29 games, 1966-68 

BEST RUSHING AVERAGE, REGULAR SEASON GAMES 

8.1 yards by Chet Hanulak, 28 games, 1951-53 (1,544 yards, 190 carries) 

BEST RUSHING AVERAGE, ALL GAMES 

7.9 yards by Chet Hanulak, 30 games, including 35 yards on 4 carries in 1952 Sugar Bowl 
and 39 yards on 12 carries in 1954 Orange Bowl 

PASSING 

MOST YARDS GAINED PASSING 

3,410 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

MOST PASSES ATTEMPTED 

536 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

287 by Dick Shiner, 30 games, 1961-63 

BEST COMPLETION PERCENTAGE 

.583 by Dale Betty, 1958-60, 30 games (127 for 218) 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN, REGULAR SEASON 

22 by Jack Scarbath, 28 games, 1950-52. 

MOST PASSES CAUGHT, REGULAR SEASON 

74 by Gary Collins, 30 games, 1959-61. 

MOST YARDS GAINED BY PASS RECEPTIONS 

1,182 by Gary Collins, 30 games, 1959-61 

MOST PASSES INTERCEPTED 

17 by Tom Brown, 30 games, 1960-62 



MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD 
Won 2 -Lost 2- Tied 1 

1948 Gator Bowl Maryland 20 - Georgia 20 

1950 Gator Bowl Maryland 20 — Missouri 7 

1952 Sugar Bowl Maryland 28 — Tennessee 13 

1954 Orange Bowl Oklahoma 7 — Maryland 

1956 Orange Bowl Oklahoma 20 — Maryland 6 



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— = YEA 

MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1892 (0-3-0) 

5t. Johns 50 

Johns Hop 62 

Episcopal Hi. -.16 

1893 (6-0-0) 

36 Eastern Hi 

10 Central Hi 

18 Bait. City Col.. 

6 St. Johns Col.. 

18 W. Md. Col ....10 

16 Orient Ath. CI. 6 

1894 (3-3-0) 

52 W. Md. Col 

12 Wash. Col 

6 St. Johns 22 

6 Georgetown .... 4 

Col. Ath. CI. ..26 

Mt. St. Marys ..24 

1895— No team 

No Games 

1896 (6-2-2) 

Eastern Hi 6 

Gallaudet 

34 Business Hi .... 

10 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi.. 
20 Bethel Mil Ac ..10 

Episcopal Hi. .. 6 

16 West. Md 6 

14 Central Hi 

U. of Md 

1897 (2-4-0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi 

J. Hopkins 30 

4 St. Johns 6 

6 Gallaudet 16 

Bait. Med Col...l0 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U. ..17 
West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hop 16 

Episcopal Hi ....37 

27 Rock Hill Col... 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns. Hop 40 

Delaware Col. 34 
St. Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi .... 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

G'town Prep .. 5 

6 Episcopal Hi ....34 
o Gonzaga Hi 11 



R BY YEAR REC 



15 G'town Prep 
21 Gonzaga Hi . 
21 Char Hall Ac 



1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Del. Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re. ..11 

Johns Hop 6 

6 Rock Hill Col.-ll 
Central Hi 11 

27 U.S. Marines .. 
Wal'k Ath CI ..36 
West. Md 30 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown ....27 

5 Mt. St. Jos 

11 Columbian U. ..10 

6 Olvmpia Ath. .. 

Wash. Col 

Mt. St. Marvs .. 5 

6 West. Md 26 

U. of Md 5 

Johns Hop 17 

Del. Col 

1903 (7-4-0) 

Georgetown ....28 

5 Clifton Ath 

21 Gunton Tern. .. 
St. Johns 18 

28 Wash. Col 

27 Tech Hi 

Mt. St. Mar .... 2 

6 West. Md 

11 U. of Md 

Dela. Col 16 

6 Columbian U. .. 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown ....22 
Ran. Macon .... 
Ftress Monroe 

11 Mt. St. Mar 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

U. of Md 6 

Dela. Col 18 

1905 f6-4-0) 

20 Bait Polv In .... 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Naw 17 

17 Wm. & Marv .. 
2R Mt. St. Josephs 
27 St. Johns 5 

Wash. Col 17 

2.? TT. of Md 5 

Dela. Col 12 

1906 f5-3-0) 

5 Tech Hi 

22 Bait Citv Col .. 
Navy 12 

Georgetown ....28 



0RDS = 

Mt. Wash. CI. ..29 

20 St. Johns 4 

16 Rock Hill Col. 
35 Wash. Col 

1907 (3-6-0) 

13 Tech High 

Georgetown —.10 

5 Richmond Col-.ll 
Navv 12 

6 Mt. St. Mar 12 

10 Geo. Wash 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8-0) 

5 Central Hi 

5 Tech High 6 

Richmond Col..22 

Johns Hop 10 

Navy 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred'ber Col 10 

12 Balto Poly 6 

St. Johns 31 

Wash. Col 11 

Geo. Wash 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

Richmond Col. 12 
Johns Hopkins 9 
Tech High 11 

5 Rock Hill 

George Wash. 26 
N. C. State .... 31 

14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central Hi 

20 Richmond Col. 

11 Johns Hop 11 

21 Catholic U 

11 Geo. Wash 

V.MJ 8 

St. Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 

1911 f4-4-2) 

6 Tech Hi 

Richmond 

5 Fred'be Col 

Central Hi 14 

3 Johns Hon 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

St. Johns 27 

5 Wash. Col 17 

6 West Md 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

31 Tech Hi 6 

46 Richmond Col. 
58 U. of Md 

13 Johns Hop 

St. Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 



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17 West Md 7 

13 Penn Mil. Col. 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Balto City 10 

45 Richmond Col. 
26 Johns Hop 

46 West Md 

Navy 76 

L3 St. Johns 

26 Wash. Col. 

Gallaudet .... 13 
7 Penn Mil 27 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Balto. Poly 6 

6 Catholic U 

13 West Md 20 

14 Johns Hop 

10 St. Johns 

3 Wash. Col 

Gallaudet 23 

26 Penn Mil 

1915 (6-3-0) 

31 Balto Poly 

Haverford 7 

Catholic U 16 

10 Gallaudet 3 

14 Penn Mil 13 

27 St. Johns 14 

23 Wash Col 13 

51 West Md 

Johns Hop 3 

MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (6-2-0) 

6 Dickinson 

7 Navy 14 

15 V.M.I 9 

6 Haverford 7 

31 St. Johns 6 

10 N.Y.U 7 

13 Catholic U 9 

54 Johns Hop 

1917 (4-3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

Navy 62 

14 V.M.I 14 

29 Wake Forest -13 

6 N.C. State 10 

13 St. Johns 3 

Penn State 57 

7 Johns Hop 

1918 (4-1-1) 

6 American U 13 

7 V.M.I 6 

19 West Md 

6 New York U. .. 2 

19 St. Johns 14 

Johns Hop 

1919 (5-4-0) 

6 Swarthmore ....10 

13 Virginia 

West Va 27 



Va. Poly 6 

Yale 31 

27 St. Johns 

13 Catholic U 

20 West Md 

14 Johns Hop 

UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7-2-0) 

54 Randolph Ma .. 

Rutgers ..._ 6 

Princeton 35 

14 Catholic U 

27 Wash. Col 

7 Va. Poly 

13 North Car 

10 Syracuse 7 

24 Johns Hop 7 

1921 (3-5-1) 

3 Rutgers 

Syracuse —42 

3 St. Johns 7 

10 Va. Polv - 7 

7 North Car 16 

Yale - 28 

16 Catholic U 

Carnegie Tech 21 

6 N. C. State 6 

1922 (4-5-1) 

7 Third Army .... 

Richmond 

Pennsylvania ..12 

Princeton 26 

3 North Car 27 

Va. Poly -21 

3 Yale 45 

3 Johns Hop 

54 Catholic U 

7 N. C. State 6 

1923 (7-2-1) 

53 Randolph Ma... 
3 Pennsylvania .. 

23 Richmond 

7 Va. Poly 16 

14 North Car 

26 St. Johns 

14 Yale 16 

26 N. C. State 12 

40 Catholic U 6 

6 Johns Hop 6 

1924 (3-3-3) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee ..19 
38 Richmond 

Va. Polv 12 

6 North Car 

Catholic U 

Yale 47 

N.C. State 

Johns Hop 

1925 (2-5-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

16 Rutgers 



Va. Poly 3 

Virginia 6 

North Car 16 

14 YaL 2 43 

3 W. & L 7 

7 Johns Hop. .... 1 

1926 (5-4-1) 

63 Wash. Col 

South Car 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Car 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L - 3 

17 Johns Hop 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash. Col - 

26 South Car 

6 North Car 7 

13 Va. Poly 7 

10 V. M. 1 6 

6 W. & L 13 

6 Yale 30 

Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hop 14 

6 Florida 7 

1928 (6-3-1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Car 26 

7 South Car 21 

13 West Md 6 

V. M. 1 

6 Va. Poly 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. & L 

26 Johns Hop 6 

1929 (4-4-2) 

34 Wash. Col 7 

North Car 43 

6 South Car 26 

13 Gallaudet 6 

6 V. M. 1 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale 13 

24 Va. Poly - 

39 Johns Hop 6 

West Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

60 Wash. Col 6 

13 Yale 40 

21 North Car 28 

21 St. Johns 13 

20 V. M. 1 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W. & L 7 

13 V. Poly 7 

Navy 6 

21 Johns Hop 

7 Vanderbilt 22 

West Md 7 



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1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

7 Virginia 6 

G Navy 

G Kentucky 6 

41 V. M. 1 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderbilt 39 

13 W. & L 7 

35 Johns Hop 14 

41 West Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col 

6 Virginia 7 

6 Va. Poly 23 

Duke 34 

24 St. Johns 7 

12 V. M. 1 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 28 

6 W. & L 

23 Johns Hop 

7 West Md. 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St. Johns 

Va. Poly 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V. M. 1 19 

7 West Md 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke 38 

27 Johns Hop 7 

33 W. & L 13 

Florida 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St. Johns 

W. & L. 7 

13 Naw 16 

14 Va. Poly 9 

21 Florida 

20 Virginia 

23 V. M. 1 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown .— 

19 Johns Hop 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St. Johns 6 

7 Va. Poly 

North Car 33 

6 V. M. 1 

20 Florida 6 

14 Virginia 7 

7 Indiana 13 

W. & L 

12 Georgetown .... 6 
Syracuse 

22 West Md 7 

1936 (6-5-0) 

20 St. Johns 

6 Va. Poly 

North Car 14 

21 Virginia 



12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V. M. 1 13 

6 Georgetown .... 7 

19 W. & L 6 

West Md. ......12 

1937 (8-2-0) 

28 St. Johns 

21 Pennsylvania ..28 

6 West Md 

3 Virginia 

13 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V. M. 1 7 

14 Penn State 21 

12 Georgetown .... 2 

8 W. & L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

6 Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

14 West Md 8 

19 Virginia 27 

14 V. M. 1 47 

7 Florida 21 

7 Georgetown .—14 

19 W. & L 13 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.-Syd 

12 West Md 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 

Florida 14 

Georgetown ....20 

Penn State 12 

V. M. 1 13 

7 Syracuse 10 

1940 (2-6-1) 

6 Hamp.-Syd 7 

Pennsylvania ..51 

6 Virginia 19 

Florida 19 

6 West Md 

Georgetown ....41 
V. M. 1 20 

14 Rutgers 7 

7 W. & L 7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

18 Hamp.-Syd 

6 West Md 6 

Duke 50 

13 Florida 12 

6 Pennsylvania ..55 
Georgetown ....26 

Rutgers 20 

V. M. 1 27 

6 W. & L 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut .... 

14 Lake NAS 



27 Rutgers 13 

V. M. 1 29 

51 West Md 

13 Florida 

Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 

32 W. & L 28 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B. CG ..13 

13 Wake Forest .. 7 

19 Rich. AAB 6 

2 West Va 6 

Penn State 45 

43 Greenv. AAB ..18 

Virginia 39 

Bainbridge 415 

21 V. M. 1 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Syd 12 

Wake Forest -39 

6 West Va 6 

Mich. State .... 8 

6 Florida 14 

7 Virginia 18 

Mich. State ....33 

19 Penn State .-..34 

8 V. M. 1 6 

1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col. .. 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch. M. A 6 

13 Va. Poly 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W. & M 33 

38 V. M. 1 

19 Virginia 13 

19 S. Car 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Car 33 

6 Va. Poly 

7 W. & M 41 

17 South Car 21 

24 W. & L 7 

14 Mich. State 26 

7 N. C. State 28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South Car 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va. Poly 19 

27 West Va 

32 Duquesne 

North Car 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

N. C. State .... 

(Gator Bowl, 
Jan. 1, 1948) 
20 Georgia ..._ 20 



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1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 Geo. Wash 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Car 7 

20 North Car 49 

Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Va 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va. Poly 7 

33 Georgetown .... 7 
7 Mich. State -—14 

14 N. C. State 6 

44 South Car 7 

40 Geo. Wash 14 

14 Boston U 13 

47 West Va 7 

13 Miami 

(Gator Bowl, 

Jan. 1, 1950) 
20 Missouri 7 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

35 Navy 21 

34 Mich. State — 7 

25 Georgetown —.14 

13 N. C. State 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 Geo. Wash 7 

7 North Car 7 

41 West Va 

63 V. P. 1 7 

1951 (10-0-0) 
54 W. & L 14 

33 Geo. Wash 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Car 7 

27 L. S. U 

35 Missouri 

40 Navy 21 

53 N. C. State 

54 West Va 7 

(Sugar Bowl, 

Jan. 1, 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 

1952 (7-2-0) 
13 Missouri 10 

13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 L. S. U 6 

34 Boston U 7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 

1953 (10-1-0) 
National Champions 
Co-Champions, ACC 

20 Missouri 6 

52 W. & L 



20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 North Car 

30 Miami (Fla.) .. 

24 South Car :. 6 

27 Geo. Wash. 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

*0 Oklahoma 7 

*(Orange Bowl) 

1954 (7-2-1; 

20 Kentucky 

7 U. C. L. A 12 

13 Wake Forest....l3 

33 North Car 

7 Miami, Fla 9 

20 South Car 

42 N. C. State 14 

16 Clemson 

48 Geo. Wash 6 

74 Missouri 13 

1955 (10-1-0) 
Co-Champions ACC 

13 Missouri 12 

7 U. C. L. A 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest .. 7 

25 North Car 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Car 

13 L. S. U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 Geo. Wash 

*6 Oklahoma 20 

*Orange Bowl 

1956 (2-7-1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest— 

Baylor 14 

6 Miami, Fla. —13 

6 N. Carolina —34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentucky 14 

6 Clemson 6 

S. Carolina —13 

25 N. C. State —14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A&M— 21 
13 N. C. State —48 

Duke 14 

27 Wake Forest— 

21 N. Carolina— 7 
Tennessee 16 

10 South Carolina 6 

7 Clemson 26 

16 Miami, Fla 6 

12 Virginia 

1958 (4-6-0) 

Wake Forest _34 



21 N. C. State _.'_ 6 
Clemson 8 

10 Texas A&M —14 
N. Carolina —27 

7 Auburn 20 

10 S. Carolina — 6 
14 Navy 40 

26 Miami, Fla. —14 
44 Virginia 6 

1959 (5-5-0) 

27 West Va. 7 

Texas 26 

Syracuse 29 

7 Wake Forest -10 

14 N. Carolina __ 7 

6 S. Carolina —22 
14 Navy 22 

28 Clemson 25 

55 Virginia 12 

33 N. C. State —28 

1960 (6-4-0) 

31 West Va 8 

Texas 34 

7 Duke 20 

10 N.C. State .... 13 
19 Clemson 17 

14 Wake Forest .. 13 

15 S. Carolina 

9 Penn State .... 28 

22 N. Carolina .... 19 
44 Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

14 SMU 6 

24 Clemson ., 21 

22 Syracuse 21 

8 N. Carolina —14 
21 Air Force — 
10 S. Carolina ....20 
21 Penn State .-17 

10 N.C. State 7 

10 Wake Forest .. 7 

16 Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-0) 

7 SMU 

13 Wake Forest .. 2 

14 N.C. State 6 

31 N. Carolina ....13 
24 Miami 28 

13 S. Carolina 11 

7 Penn State 23 

7 Duke 10 

14 Clemson 17 

40 Virginia 18 



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1963 (3-7-0) 

14 N.C. State 36 

13 S. Carolina 21 

12 Duke 30 

7 N. Carolina —.14 

21 Air Force 14 

32 Wake Forest .. 

15 Penn State 17 

7 Navy 42 

6 Clenison 21 

21 Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5) 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Car. 6 

13 N.C. State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Car. 9 

17 Wake Forest ..21 

9 Penn State 17 

27 Navy 22 

34 Clemson 

10 Virginia 



1965 (4-6) 

24 Ohio U 7 

7 Syracuse 24 

10 Wake Forest - 7 

10 N. Carolina ....12 
7 N.C. State 29 

27 S. Carolina 14 

7 Navy 19 

6 Clemson 

27 Virginia 33 

7 Penn State 19 

1966 (4-6) 

7 Penn State .-15 
34 Wake Forest - 7 

7 Syracuse 34 

21 Duke 19 

28 W. Virginia .... 9 

14 S. Carolina 2 

21 N.C. State 24 

10 Clemson 14 

17 Virginia 41 

21 Florida State ..45 



1967 (0-9) 




Oklahoma ... 


35 


3 Syracuse 


7 


9 N.C. State ... 


31 


N. Carolina . 


14 


S. Carolina - 


31 


3 Penn State . 


38 


7 Clemson 


28 


17 Wake Forest 


..35 


7 Virginia 


12 


1968 (2-8) 




14 Florida St. .. 


. 24 


14 Syracuse 


. 32 


28 Duke 


30 


33 N. Carolina . 


. 24 


21 S. Carolina . 


. 19 


11 N.C. State... 


. 31 


14 Wake Forest 


. 38 


Clemson 


. 16 


13 Penn State .. 


. 57 


23 Virginia 


. 28 



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RACKPTRAIi CrUFhlll C 1QKQ Tfl 


DATE 


OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


December 1 


BUFFALO 


Cole Field House 


December 3 


George Washington 


Fort Myer, Arlington, Va. 


December 10 


Princeton 


Princeton, N.J. 


December 13 


WAKE FOREST* 


Cole Field House 


December 15 


SOUTH CAROLINA* 


Cole Field House 


December 19 


ARMY - GW vs. Ford ham 


Cole Field House 


December 20 


FORDHAM-GW vs. Army 


Cole Field House 


December 29 


DELAWARE 


Cole Field House 


January 2 


Wake Forest* 
Virginia-N.C. State 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


January 3 


North Carolina State* 
Virginia— Wake Forest 


Greensboro, North Carolina 


January 7 


WEST VIRGINIA 


Cole Field House 


January 10 


South Carolina* 


Columbia, South Carolina 


January 12 


Clemson* 


Clemson, South Carolina 


January 14 


NAVY 


Cole Field House 


January 24 


MAINE 


Cole Field House 


January 28 


DUKE* 


Cole Field House 


January 31 


NORTH CAROLINA* 


Cole Field House 


February 4 


North Carolina State* 


Raleigh, North Carolina 


February 7 


GEORGETOWN 


Cole Field House 


February 11 


Virginia* 


Charlottesville, Virginia 


February 18 


North Carolina* 


Chapel Hill, North Carolina 


February 21 


Duke* 


Durham, North Carolina 


February 23 


CLEMSON* 


Cole Field House 


February 25 


West Virginia 


Morgantown, West Virginia 


February 28 


VIRGINIA* 


Cole Field House 


March 5-6-7 


ACC Tournament 


Charlotte, North Carolina 


Home games 


in capita/ fetters 




ACC games d 


enoted by an asterisk 




HEAD COACt 


1: Charles G. "Lefty" Drie 


sell (Duke '54) 


Assistants: 


George Raveling (Villanc 


tva "60) 




Jim Maloney (Niagara '5 


9) 




Joe Harrington (Mary lane 


1 '68) 



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TO THE PRESS, RADIO, TELEVISION 



We hope that the 1969 edition of the Maryland Football Guide will be help- 
ful as you cover the Terrapins this fall. 

Should you need further information, pictures or slides, please call on us. 

PRESS BOX requests should be made as soon as possible, at least a week in 
advance if possible. If it becomes necessary for us to leave tickets for 
pick-up, please call at Booth 6 on the south side of Byrd Stadium. 

PRESS BOX SERVICES will include play-by-play, half-time and final stats, 
scoring summaries, and brief post-game comments. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS passes must be obtained in advance. Sidelines passes 
will be limited only to accredited photographers and official game 
personnel. The usual space will again be available on the upper deck of 
the press box. 

WESTERN UNION service should be handled directly by newspapers. 

RADIO booth space has been set aside for the visiting team network. Any 
additional request must be approved by the athletic director. 

SPOTTERS can be provided with notice of a week, to be paid by those re- 
questing service. 

PARKING permits are issued for those covering the Byrd Stadium games, 
permitting parking in Z lot, across from the south entrance. 

WEEKLY LUNCHEONS will be held with Coach Lester each Tuesday during 
the season. 



DAN DANIELS 

Sports Information Director 



BOB STUMPFF 

Assistant Sports Information Director 



TELEPHONES: Office: 301-454-2123 
301-864-4076 
Home: 301-530-1266 (Daniels) 
301-794-7045 (Stumpff) 





DAN DANIELS 



BOB STUMPFF 



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