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Full text of "University of Maryland men's football media guides"

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University of Maryland Football 

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Roy Lester — Head Coach 



COVER PHOTO: Terp Captains pose In Byrd Stadium with Coach Roy Lester. The 
Captains. 71 Guy Roberts, 61 Bill Meister. Roberts the middle line- 
backer was an ALL-ACC Defensive End in 1970. Meister, an offen- 
sive guard missed the 1970 season with a knee injury after being 
voted the best lineman in 1968 and 1969. 




FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 



LOCATION CoUege Park, Maryland 

PRESIDENT Dr. WUson H. Elkins 

CHANCELLOR Dr. Charles Edwin Bishop 

FOUNDED .... 1807 as College of Medicine of Maryland 

1812 changed name to Univ. of Maryland 

1920 merged with Maryland Agricultural College 

ENROLLMENT 32,692 

Men 18,930 
Women 13,762 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Jim Kehoe 

ASSISTANT AD Alfred J. Hanlon 

STADIUM Byrd (35,000) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White 

Black and Gold 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

MASCOT Testudo (a motorized Terrapin) 

TRAINER WilUam "Spider" Fry 

ASSISTANT TRAINER Jim Weir 

TEAM PHYSICL\N Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 



TO THE PRESS, RADIO & TELEVISION 

We hope the 1971 edition of the Maryland Football 
Guide will be helpful as you cover the Terrapins this fall. 

With this guide goes an invitation to you to visit us as 
often as possible. Our offices are located in Cole Field 
House, room 143. 

For additional information do not hesitate to call, day 
or night, and I will make every attempt to be of assistance 
to you. 

Western Union service and telephone requests should be 
handled through your local office. A radio booth has been 
reserved for the visiting team network. Additional requests 
must be approved by the Director of Athletics. 

Press box requests and photographers passes should be 
made at least a week in advance. Only working press will be 
admitted to the press box and only accredited photog- 
raphers and game persoimel permitted on the sideUne. 

For those flying in Limousine service is more convenient 
from Friendship Airport to College Park. 

Weekly luncheons will be held with Coach Lester each 
Tuesday during the season. 

A play-by-play, half-time and final statistics, scoring 
sununaries and brief post-game comments from the coaches 
will be provided. 

Jack Zane 

Sports Information Director 

University of Maryland 

PO Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 20740 



FOOTBALL COACHING STAFF 

HEAD COACH 

Roy Lester — West Virginia '49 




ASSISTANTS 

Harry Alexander — Notre Dame '67 
Bud Beardmore — Maryland '62 
George Boutselis — North Carolina '63 
Joe Gardi — Maryland '60 
WilUam "Billy" Joe - Villanova '63 
Joe Mark — William & Mary '5 1 
Dim Montero - LaSalle '46 
Fred O'Connor - E. Stroudsburg St. '62 
Ron Rice — West Virginia Tech '59 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Jack Zane — Maryland '60 
OFFICE (301) 8644076 
HOME (301)322-3265 

PROMOTIONS DIRECTOR 

Russ Potts — Maryland '64 
OFFICE 4544687 
HOME 474-0713 



"The University of Maryland, in all its branches and 
divisions subscribes to a policy of equal education 
opportunity for peoples of all races, creeds and ethnic 
origins." 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Ail-Americans 35 

All-Conference 36 

Assistant Coaches 52-53 

Athletic Director 6 

Awards 38-39 

Coaches-Directory of 3 

Depth Chart 30-31 

Elkins, Dr. Wilson H 49 

Bishop, Dr. Charles E 49 

Lester, Roy 5 

Opponents- 1971 14-19 

Opponents-Series Records 48 

Outlook 7 

Player Profiles 8-13 

Records 40-43 

Results 1970 2 

Results Year-by-Year 44-47 

Review of 1970 21-26 

Roster-Alphabetical CS 

Roster-Freshmen 27 

Roster-Numerical CS 

Schedules-Future 2 

Schedule-Freshman 27 

Statistics 1970 32-33 

Travel Plans 3 





1971 SCHEDULE 


TICKET 






DATE OPPONENT 


LOCATION 


PRICE 


TIME 




September 










11 Villanova 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


2:00 P.M 


EDT 


18 N. C. State 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


2:00 P. M 


EDT 


25 North Carolina 


Chapel Hill, N. C. 


$6.00 


1:30 P.M 


EDT 


October 










2 Wake Forest 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


2:00 P.M. 


EDT 


9 Syracuse 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


2:00 P.M. 


EDT 


16 South Carolina 


Columbia, S. C. 


$7.00 


7:30 P.M. 


EDT 


23 Florida 


Gainesville, Fla. 


$7.00 


2:00 P.M. 


EDT 


30 V.M.I. 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


2:00 P.M. 


EDT 


November 










6 Penn State 


University Park, Pa. 


$6.00 


1:30 P.M. 


EST 


13 Clemson 


Clemson, S. C. 


$7.00 


1:30 P.M. 


EST 


20 Virginia 


College Park, Md. 


$6.00 


1:30 P.M. 


EST 





SPECIAL DAYS AT BYRD STADIUM 

Sept. 18 N. C. State - BAND DAY 

Oct. 9 Syracuse - PARENTS DAY 

Oct. 30 V.M.I. -HOMECOMING 



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



1948 Gator Bowl 
1950 Gator Bowl 
1952 Sugar Bowl 
1954 Orange Bowl 
1956 Orange Bowl 



Maryland 20 — Georgia 20 
Maryland 20 — Missouri 7 
Maryland 28 - Tennessee 13 
Oklahoma 7 — Maryland 
Oklahoma 20 - Maryland 6 



FUTURE 
SCHEDULES 

1972 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



9 


at N. C. State 


16 


North Carolina 


23 


V.M.I. 


30 


at Syracuse 


7 


Wake Forest 


14 


South Carolina 


21 


at Duke 


28 


at Virginia 


4 


at Penn State 


11 


Clemson 


24 


at Miami (Fla.) 



Sept. 15 
22 
r 29 

6 
13 
20 
27 

3 
10 
17 
24 



Sept. 



I Oct. 



Nov. 



Oct. 



Nov. 







1970 RESULTS 




DATE 


MD. 


OPPONENT 




LOCATION 


ATTENDANCE 


September 












12 


3 


Villanova 


21 


College Park, Md. 


24,500 


19 


12 


Duke 


13 


Durham, N. C. 


12,877 


26 


20 


North Carolina 


53 


College Park, Md. 


20,806 


October 












2 


11 


Miami 


18 


Miami, Fla. 


30,190 


10 


7 


Syracuse 


23 


Syracuse, N. Y. 


19,872 


17 


21 


South Carolina 


15 


College Park, Md. 


15,400 


24 





N. C. State 


6 


Norfolk, Va. 


18,200 


31 


11 


Clemson 


24 


College Park, Md. 


12,500 


November 












7 





Penn State 


34 


College Park, Md. 


23,400 


21 


17 


Virginia 


14 


Charlottesville, Va. 


14,000 


28 


10 


West Virginia 


20 


College Park, Md. 


12,821 



1973 

West Virginia 

at North Carolina 

Villanova 

Syracuse 

at N. C. State 

at Wake Forest 

Duke 

Penn State 

at South Carolina 

at Clemson 

Virginia 



1974 



14 


Alabama 


21 


Florida (at Tampa) 


28 


North Carolina 


5 


at Syracuse 


12 


Clemson 


19 


at Wake Forest 


26 


N. C. State 


2 


at Penn State 


9 


South Carolina 


16 


at Duke 


23 


at Virginia 



1975 



Sept 


13 


Tennessee (at Memphis) 




20 


at North Carolina 




27 


at Kentucky 


Oct. 


4 


Syracuse 




11 


N. C. State 




18 


at Wake Forest 




25 


Villanova 


Nov. 


1 


Penn State 




8 


at South Carolina 




15 


at Clemson 




22 


Virginia 



TERRAPIN'S 1971 TRAVEL PLANS 



DIRECTORY OF COACHES 

Alexander, Harry, assistant football 454-4068 

Beardmore, Qayton "Bud", head lacrosse and 

assistant football 454^328 

Boutselis, George J., assistant football 454-2125 

Campbell, William R., swimming 454-2756 

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

Dean, Bob, cross country and assistant track 454-3124 

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

Gardi, Joe, assistant football 454-4058 

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

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

Joe, WilUam "Billy", assistant football 454-4066 

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

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

Lester, E. Roy, held footbaU 454-2128 

Maloney, James, assistant basketball 454-2126 

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

McHugh, John, assistant wrestling 454-2652 

Montero, Dim S., assistant to athletic director and 

to head football coach 454-4066 

O'Connor, Fred, assistant football 454-4066 

Raveling, George H., assistant basketball 454-2126 

Rice, Ron, assistant football 454-4066 

Royal, Doyle P., soccer and tennis 454-4598 

Sigler, David P., associate golf 454-2131 

Smith, C. Rennie, assistant lacrosse 454-4328 

Tyler, Robert W., fencing 454-4614 



Sept. 25 -NORTH CAROLINA, Chapel HiU, N.C. 1:30 
P.M. 

Depart College Park via Greyhound Charter on the 24th; 
Headquarters University Motor Lodge, Raleigh Road E. 
Hwy 54 & 71 (919) 9244132. Return via Greyhound 
Charter immediately after game. 

Oct. 16 - SOUTH CAROLINA, Columbia, S.C, 7:30 P.M. 

Depart Dulles International Airport via Eastern 727 
Charter 10:00 A.M. Oct. 16. Arrive Columbia 11:15 
A.M. Headquarters Tremont Motor Inn, 111 Knox 
Abbott Drive, (803) 254-5121. Return via Eastern 727 
Charter 1 1 :00 P.M. Arrive Dulles 12:15. 

Oct. 23 - FLORIDA, Gainesville, Fla. 2:00 P.M. 

Depart Dulles International Airport via Eastern 727 
Charter 2:00 P.M., Oct. 22. Arrive Gainesville 4:00 P.M. 
Headquarters University Inn U.S. Route 441 South, 
(904) 372-6333. Return via Eastern 727 Charter 6:00 
P.M. Oct. 23. Arrive Dulles 8:00 P.M. 

Nov. 6 - PENN STATE, University Park, Pa. 1 :30 P.M. 

Depart College Park via Greyhound Charter on the 5th. 
Headquarters Holiday Inn, US 322 S 1450 S. Atherton. 
(814) 238-3001. Return via Greyhound Charter im- 
mediately after game. 



OTHER STAFF PERSONNEL 

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

Bean, Edward H., business manager 454-2121 

Faber, Dr. John E., faculty chairman of athletics 454-4705 

Fields, Thomas M., Executive Director, 

Maryland Educational Foundation 454-4562 

Fry, William, Jr., "Spider", athletic trainer 454-4639 

Gable, Jack, assistant equipment manager 454-2127 

Hanlon, Alfred J., assistant director of athletics 454-4706 

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

Kehoe, James H., director of athletics 454-4705 

Potts, Russ, promotions director 454-4687 

Redmond Cecil, equipment manager 454-2127 

Wall, Bob, assistant business manager 454-2121 

Weir, Jim, assistant trainer 454-4639 

Zane, Jack, sports information director 454-2123 

8644076 



SECRETARIES 

Mrs. Sally Bethem, Secretary to Col. Fields 4544562 

Mrs. Diane Estensen, accountant 454-2121 

Mrs. Betty Francis, Secretary to Mr. Kehoe 454-4705 

Mrs. Linda Kubany, Secretary, football office 454-2125 

Miss Eleanor Peddicord, Secretary to Coach Lester 454-2128 

Mrs. Betty Puceta, Secretary to Coach Driesell 454-2126 

Mrs. Theresa Ryan, Secretary to Mr. Zane 454-2123 

Mrs. Karen Edwards, Secretary, Athletic Department . . . 454-4706 



STUDENT ASSISTANTS 

Walt Atkins, SID office 454-2123 

Larry Strickling, SID office 454-2123 

Steve Zaks, SID office 454-2123 



Nov. 13 - CLEMSON, Clemson, S.C. 1:30 P.M. 

Depart Dulles International Airport via Eastern 727 
Charter 2:00 P.M. Nov. 12. Arrive Greenville-Spartan- 
burg 3:10 P.M. Headquarters HoUday Inn, US 123 & 76 
Clemson, (803) 6544450. Return via Eastern 727 Char- 
ter, 6:00 P.M. Nov. 1 3. Arrive Dulles 7:10 P.M. 



Follow The Terps 
on WMAL Radio 63 

All University of Maryland Football games will be broad- 
cast on WMAL Radio. Sports Director Steve GUmartin and 
Mai Campbell will provide the play-by-play and color 
commentary. 




ROY LESTER, HEAD FOOTBALL COACH 



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

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. degree 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 fresh- 
man coach the first two seasons and served as varsity end 
coach in 1958. 

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 together, 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 is held in high regard by his fcJrmer players. His 1971 Maryland team will have three Richard Montgomery players in 
the Uneup. They are Ray Wethington, the starting offensive right tackle, Lee Branthover,a possible starter at linebacker and 
Steve Kimball, a former All-Metropolitan tackle. 

Lester was married in 1957 to the former Sylvia L. Watson. They have four children — three boys, Roy Jr. 1 3, Chris 1 1 , 
and Tommy 10, and one girl Amy 8. 



LESTER ON FOOTBALL 

"I've played and coached most of the 
sports on a college level and I personally 
enjoy coaching football more than any other. 

"Contact, sacrifice and discipline are three 
of the most important things that go into the 
making of a good football player. He must 
like the physical contact of the sport, be 
wiUing to sacrifice for the benefit of the team 
and obviously, the better disciplined a team 
is, the better it will play. 

"Now, I believe the complexities of the 
game must share in importance with the 
always-necessary fundamentals toward the 
molding of a good college player." 




PHOTO AT LEFT: Roy and Sylvia with the children in Roy's office. Roy Junior standing at his father's shoulder and Chris 
and Tommy in their football jerseys. 



DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 
JIM 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. In 
his first year as AD the Terps won 100 athletic contests, six 
of the 12 ACC team titles and captured the ACC's Car- 
michael Cup for the seventh time. 

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. 

Perhap's Kehoe's greater moment was reserved for his 
final season. In his final meet as head coach, by the margin 
of a single point, Maryland defeated heavily favored Villa- 
nova for the I.C.4-A. outdoor 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 in 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 Fraternity. His responsibilities at Mary- 
land prior to his appointment as Athletic Director included: 
Head Track and Cross Country Coach, Associate Professor 
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 Infantry Division in the Pacific, rising from the rank of 
private to lieutenant colonel upon retirement. He partici- 
pated in the Philippine Islands and Central Pacific 
Campaigns and was awarded the Bronze Star, American Ser- 
vice Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal, and 
Philippine Liberation Medal while in service. 

Kehoe is married to the former Barbara Riggs England, a 
1943 Maryland graduate. The Kehoes have four children: 
daughters Courtney Ann 25, Barbara Sue 23, Mary Lou 17, 
and a son Jim 24. Courtney Ann and Jim are graduates of 
the University. 



THE OUTLOOK 



Roy Lester begins the third year of his rebuilding pro- 
gram at Maryland and this is the year the Terps are ex- 
pected to begin their move towards the top. Lester has 37 
lettermen back and 21 of them lettered last year as sopho- 
mores. 

Three of the returning lettermen were expected to be 
starters in 1970 but missed the season because of injuries. 
All three will start this fall. Bill Meister, voted the best 
offensive lineman as a sophomore and junior, returns after a 
successful knee operation while Dennis O'Hara returns after 
suffering a knee injury in the opening game of 1970 against 
Villanova. Meister will start at offensive left guard with 
O'Hara at tight end. Gary Van Sickler was the starting out- 
side linebacker at the end of spring practice. 

Four freshmen won starting roles in the spring and at 
least three others are possible starters during their sopho- 
more year. Paul Vellano, 6-4, 265 will start at defensive 
tackle alongside junior Jim Watkins 6-2, 235. Ken Scott, 
6-2, 220 will start at offensive left tackle. Dan Bungori and 
Bob Lane, after outstanding freshman seasons have taken 
over the top receiver roles. Lane is the flanker with Bungori 
the spUt end. The pair grabbed 12 touchdown passes last 
year as freshmen. 

Jeff Shugars returns as the senior quarterback and had a 
fine spring practice. Al NevLUe moves up from the freshmen 
and also had a fine spring and is a candidate for the starting 
job. The strong showing by Neville enabled Lester to move 
Bob Tucker to defense where he will start as the safety. 

Lester rates the offensive line and defensive front four as 
the Terp strong points this year. Lester says "Our offensive 
line will match anyone in the conference. We have three 
fine guards, in Bill Meister, Tim Brannan and Ray 
Soporowski. Ken Scott and Ray Wethington will be excel- 
lent tackles and Ron Kecman or Bart Purvis will do the job 
at center." 

"The defensive front four has good size and ability plus 
good depth which will allow us to use seven or eight men 
capable of playing there." The starters in addition to 
Watkins and Vellano are Don Ratliff and Chris Cowdrey. 
Ratliff moves to defense after a fine season as a receiver last 
year catching 26 passes. Ratliff appears at home at defen- 
sive end, where Guy Roberts was an All-ACC selection last 
year. 



"With Dave Clough, 6-8, 255 and Jim Boyle 6-2, 260 as 
the backup men behind Vellano and Watkins we have the 
size to stop people." 

The defensive secondary will lack experience but has the 
ability to be outstanding. Only Len Massie, among the three 
starters even played defense last year. Bob Tucker, the 
safety was a part time starter at quarterback while Larry 
Marshall the left halfback was a wingback on offense as a 
junior. Tucker is a hard and sure tackier and seems to have 
a knack of finding the ball. Marshall has the speed and 
natural talent to be an outstanding defensive back. 

The offensive backfield will be the most exciting to per- 
form for Terp fans in many years. Art Seymore demon- 
strated as a sophomore that he is one of the best runners in 
the ACC as he gained 945 yards (the second highest total 
ever by a Terp). In addition he was the second leading pass 
receiver with 1 6 catches and scored a pair of touchdowns 
on pass receptions. The Terps pro offense with the installa- 
tion of the veer and a fine pair of quarterbacks should be 
the most productive in years. 

Alongside Seymore Lester will have Carl Shelton another 
explosive running back who started slow last year as a 
junior college transfer. However Shelton finished strong, 
had a fine spring, and now is an estabUshed starter. With 
Tom Miller and Scott Shank both experienced lettermen 
backing up Seymore and Monte Hinkle and Lem James 
both sophomores behind Shelton the Terps have sufficient 
running backs. 

O'Hara, Bungori, and Lane will comprise the best re- 
ceiving corp the Terps have had in years. 

Six lettermen return at linebacker and a seventh, 
Wethington, was moved to offense. The linebacking corp 
was strengthened with the switch of Guy Roberts from 
defensive end to middle linebacker and with Bob Abbott 
moving up from the freshman squad. Starters in the spring 
were Tim Brant, Ted Steiner, Roberts and Van Sickler. 
However only Roberts is assured of a starting role in the 
faU. 

Darnell Tate, Lee Branthover and Bill Reilly are re- 
turning lettermen as linebackers while Steve Zannoni and 
Sam Martin are top candidates up from the freshman squad. 





Fans in Action 



Guy Roberts - All-ACC 



THE 1971 TERPS 



Bob Abbott (80) Linebacker - Sophomore M22lb2 6-3, 
230, Millville, New Jersey 

Will see action at linebacker this fall despite seven letter- 
men returning . . . had a fine spring practice . . . captained 
the football team at Millville high where he also played 
basketball and was a catcher in baseball ... a physical edu- 
cation major. 

Hank Barnes (84) Tight End - Senior 5/15/50 6-3, 205, 
McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Started as a sophomore and shared starting role as a 
junior . . . caught six passes as a soph and six more as a 
junior . . . had a pair of catches against Virginia and a pair 
against Penn State last year . . . captained football, baseball 
and basketball teams at Sto-Rox high where he played for 
former Terp George Palahunik ... an education major. 

Raymond Bednar (76) Offensive Tackle - Junior 2/26/51 
6-3, 255, McKees Rocks, Pa. 

Played on the WPIAL champions for George Palahunik 
along with Barnes . . . twice served as captain of football 
team at Sto-Rox high . . . had a fine spring backing up Scott 
at left tackle . . . majoring in applied design in college of 
home economics. 

Kambiz Behbahani (3) Kicker - Senior 7/26/48 5-9, 155, 
Springfield, Virginia 

Joined squad near close of season at Coach Lester's re- 
quest after injuries left team without a place kicker . . . was 
out earlier but left after a muscle pull sidelined him . . . soc- 
cer player bom in Tehran, Iran . . . attended Wakefield high 
in nearby Virginia . . . was a placekicker for Wakefield high 
in 1966 ... attended Ottawa University in Kansas as a 
freshman and Frederick Junior College prior to enrolling in 
Maryland . . . scored 46 goals in three years in soccer at 
Wakefield ... set school record with 18 in one season at 
Wakefield . . . missed his first fg attempt against Virginia 
from 45 yards . . . made a 24 yard fg against Virginia to win 
game and kicked a 26 yard fg against West Virginia . . . 3/3 
in extra points . . . recreation major. 

Jim Boyle (73) Defensive Tackle — Sopliomore 3/12/52 
6-2, 260, Levittown, Pa. 

Expected to back up Paul Vellano at defensive right 
tackle . . . attended Bishop Egan high in Philadelphia where 
he was on two city championship teams . . . first team all- 
state by both AP & UPI . . . also three year letterman in 
track in high ... a business major. 

Tim Brannan (61) Offensive Guard - Junior 10/18/50 6 1 , 
220, Baltimore, Maryland 

Started as a sophomore . . . captained his football and 
wrestling teams at Archbishop Curley high where he also 
played Lacrosse . . . brother Bob played at Johns Hopkins 
where he was all-conference ... in college of business and 
public administration. 



Tim Brant (21) Linebacker - Junior 2/26/49 6-0, 205, 
Avondale, Maryland 

Started as a sophomore . . . the strongside line- 
backer . . . had a big interception in the homecoming win 
over South Carolina last year returning it 13 yards . . . also 
had one of his two fumble recoveries in the South Carolina 
game . . . captained the football team at St. John's high and 
Frederick Military Academy . . . played for Joe Gallagher at 
St. John's . . . All-Met in football and All-Catholic in base- 
ball and basketball at St. John's ... a public relations 
major . . . brother Mike was a Unebacker for the Terps in 
1969. 




60 Meister off on snap 

Lee Branthover (54) Linebacker - Junior 6/24/51 6-0, 205, 
Rockville, Maryland 

Captained football and baseball teams at Richard Mont- 
gomery high where he achieved Ail-American recognition 
while playing for Roy Lester . . . received touchdown club 
award in high . . . intercepted four passes for freshman re- 
turning them 67 yards as a linebacker . . . started as a 
sophomore and will battle Van Sickler, a starter from 1969, 
for the starting role as the outside Unebacker on the right 
side . . . majoring in industry in college of education. 

Dan Bungorl (89) Split End - Sophomore 4/6/52 5-11, 
165, Havre de Grace, Maryland 

Will start as a sophomore . . . outstanding wide re- 
ceiver . . . had an excellent freshman year catching 29 of Al 
Neville's passes for 632 yards and seven touchdowns ... his 
longest play of the season was a 89 yard touchdown against 
Virginia Tech ... he also ran for a two point conver- 
sion . . . while at John Carroll High he captained the base- 
ball team for two years— was a guard on the basketball team 
and achieved All-Met, All-MSA and All-Conference honors 
in football ... in his senior year in high he scored four 
touchdowns in the big game against Bel Air despite being 
on the losing end 34'-27 ... he is a business major. 



Bill Calandra (86) Tight End - Junior 6/4/51 6-2, 230, 
Cherry Hill, N.J. 

Played on state championship team for Vince McAnney 
at Cherry Hill West high . . . older brother Tom played at 
Cherry Hill high while younger brother John is playing 
football and wrestling for Cherry Hill East . . . sister Mary 
was a swimming star for Cherry Hill East . . . missed the 
1970 season with mononucleosis . . . credits his father's par- 
ticipation with the success the family has had in sports. 

Dave Clough (78) Defensive Tackle — Sophomore 7/3/50 
6-8, 255, Upland, Pa. 

Will open season as backup to Jim Watkins . . . had been 
through two spring practices after enrolling at Maryland for 
spring semester of 1970 . . . lettered in football three years 
at St. James High . . . two years as a center in basketball 
and two years as an infielder in baseball (1st & 3rd) in 
high ... an art major. 

Chris Cowdrey (88) Defensive End - Junior 11/1/49 6-2, 
205, Honolulu, Hawaii 

Started as a sophomore at defensive right 
end . . . attended Arundel high in Maryland and had one 
year at the Naval Academy Prep school . . . Captain of La- 
crosse team in prep school . . . brother Roy attended Mary- 
land . . . business major. 

Steve Dawson (74) Defensive Tackle — Sophomore 1 /I /52 
6-4, 245, Wheaton, Maryland 

Captained the football team at Wheaton High . . . also 
played basketball and was the weight man on the track 
team . . . brother George playing at Wheaton now . . . aero- 
nautical engineering major. 

Steve Demczuk (14) Split End - Junior 11/21/51 5-11, 
175, Dundalk, Maryland 

Caught five passes as a sophomore split end . . . caught 
eight yard touchdown pass from Bob Tucker against West 
Virginia ... his first catch was a 17 yard reception against 
Duke ... his brother Bernard also played football at Mary- 
land . . . scored five goals with three assists for Maryland's 
national Lacrosse finalists . . . attended Patapsco high ... a 
marine biology major. 

Brian Dominic (15) Defensive Halfback — Sophomore 
7/27/52 6-2, 200, Phillipsburg, N.J. 

Returned kickoffs and punts for freshman . . . played 
both defensive halfback and quarterback for frosh com- 
pleting six of 1 1 passes including one touchdown toss . . . 
intercepted three passes on defense . . . All-State in football 
and basketball and All-League in baseball at Phillipsburg 
high . . . MVP in basketball in high . . . played freshman 
basketball for Terps . . . captained all three sports in high 
and voted scholar athlete of the school . . . physical educa- 
tion major. 

Bill Emrich (12) Flanker - Senior 10/3/49 6-0, 195, 
Severna Park, Maryland 

Captained football and baseball teams at Severna Park 
high . . . played football and basketball at Wesley Junior 
College ... on championship teams in high and junior col- 
lege . . . a joumaUsm major. 

Jerry Erhard (83) Split End - Junior 11/4/46 6-0, 200, 
Newark, Ohio 

Played football, basketball and baseball at Newark high- 



. . . served three years in the Air Force prior to enrolling at 
Maryland . . . has three brothers all younger ... an educa- 
tion major. 

John Fisher (34) Fullback - Junior 12/20/48 6-2, 210, 
Columbus, Mississippi 

Did not participate last year after transferring from East 
Mississippi Junior College where he scored 1 7 touchdowns 
enroute to a 9-1 season record ... gained 1176 yards 
rushing with a 5.3 average on 192 carries in 10 games ... in 
high school at Columbus Hunt he scored 25 touchdowns in 
his final season ... he set state records in the 100 and 220 
dashes with a 9.6 100 and 21.0 220 ... he moved to East 
Mississippi after a freshman year at Jackson State. 

Steve Fromang (56) Offensive Tackle — Junior 8/26/51 6-2, 
21 5, Vero Beach, Florida 

Second team Academic Ail-American as a sopho- 
more . . . started season as a center but moved to tackle and 
took over as a starter . . . recorded a 3.7 scholastic average 
this past school year as a history major . . . although 
starting on the left side last year he will back up Ray 
Wethington on the right side this year and also can serve as 
a reserve center ... he was an All-State linebacker at A.I. 
Dupont high in Delaware . . . also attended Vero Beach 
high . . . captained wrestling team at A.I. Dupont. 

Mike Gaines (24) Defensive Safety - Junior 8/28/47 6-2, 
185, Baltimore, Maryland 

Started at safety after Tony Greene moved to halfback 
for final two games of season . . . intercepted one pass as a 
sophomore and three as a freshman . . . finished spring as 
backup safety with Bob Tucker moving over from quarter- 
back . . . captained the track team and was voted the out- 
standing athlete at Baltimore Poly where he also played 
baseball . . . blocked pat against Miami. 

Monte Hinkle (33) Running Back - Sophomore 10/7/51 
6-1 , 203, Winchester, Virrginia 

Starting fullback for the freshman and had a fine spring " 
with the varsity . . . backup to Carl Shelton at close of 
spring . . . gained 281 yards on 57 carries for 4.9 average as 
a freshman . . . longest run was 66 yards against Virginia 
Tech . . . scored four touchdowns and kicked three of four 
pat attempts . . . also caught four passes with one a 64 
yards scoring play . . . threw the shot and discus at Handley 
High where he played for Ron Rice . . . also played basket- 
ball in high and captained the football team. 

Lem James (44) Running Back — Sophomore 8/13/51 5-1 1 , 
180, New Cannan, Conn. 

High school Ail-American at New Cannan high . . . 
scored 40 points in first half of one game in high and did 
not play in second half . . . broke Floyd Little's records in 
high . . . voted outstanding player in state in high ... in- 
jured as freshman and carried only 48 times for 201 yards 
but had a fine 4.2 average . . . captained football team in 
high also played basketball in high. 

Cy Jernigan (69) Defensive Tackle - Sophomore 8/17/51 
6-5, 250, Chester, Virginia 

Captained the wrestling team at Thomas Dale high . . . 
also attended Fork Union Military Academy . . . threw the 
discus on the track team in high ... a pre-law major. 



George Jones (46) Defensive End — Sophomore 3/16/50 
6-2, 225, Woodstown, N.J. 

Captained the football team at Woodstown high . . . also 
attended Valley Forge MiUtary . . . four sport letterman in 
high . . . football, basketball, track, baseball . . . business ad- 
ministration major. 




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Ron Kecman (59) Center - Junior 10/8/50 6-2, 220, West 
Mifflin, Pa. 

Started as a sophomore . . . brother Dan was a middle 
linebacker at Maryland— with Patriots last year and Denver 
this year . . . Captained the football team at North high . . . 
also threw the discus on the track team in high. 

Harold Kelly (79) Defensive Tackle - 3/8/50 6-1, 260, 
Ozone Park, N.J. 

Captained the Thomas Jefferson high team and the All- 
City team . . . also put the shot on the track team in high. 

Bob Lane (81) Flanker - Sophomore 12/30/51 6-1, 190, 
Glen Ridge, N.J. 

All-State in football and captained the basketball team 
at Glen Ridge high . . . also sprint champion on track team 
running the 100 and 220 . . . on championship football 
team all three years in high . . . caught 23 passes as fresh- 
man for 394 yards and five touchdowns . . . longest pass 
reception as freshman was 44 yards ... art major. 

Mike Lishack (67) Offensive Guard - Junior 4/16/50 6-1 , 
225, McKees Rocks, Pa. 

All-WPIAL at Sto-Rox high where he played for George 
Palahunik's championship team . . . also MVP in baseball as 
a first baseman . . . father played baseball for Duquesne. 

Larry Marshall (22) Defensive Halfback - Senior 3/2/50 
5-10, 195, Levittown, Pa. 

Captained the Biship Egan team in high . . . starting 
wingback as a junior ... set a new Maryland record for 
season with must punts returned and most yards gained on 
kickoff returns ... caught 10 passes for 177 yards and 
carried six times for 29 yards . . . returned 2 1 kickoffs for 
469 yards with longest 45 yards ... 28 punts for 192 yards 
with longest 41 ... as a sophomore average 20.5 yards on 
kickoff returns and 22.2 on punt returns . . . longest punt 
return 54 yards as soph ... set school record as soph with 
six kickoff returns against Miami of Ohio . . . moved to de- 
fense in spring and immediately won starting job. 

Jim Marten (55) Defensive End - Junior 1 1/2/50 6-0, 205, 
Penns Grove, N.J. 



Lettered as a sophomore . . . captained the football team 
at Penns Grove high where he also played baseball and 
basketball . . . younger brother Jeff also plays football and 
baseball . . . transfer from Temple . . . botany major. 

Sam Martin (63) Linebacker - Sophomore 2/20/52 6-1, 
210, Scotch Plains, N.J. 

Captained the football and wrestling teams at Scotch 
Plains high . . . conference wrestling champion in high. 

Len Massie (20) Defensive Halfback - Senior 12/10/50 
5-10, 180, West Mifflin, Pa. 

Starter for two years on the right side . . . only starter 
returning in the defensive secondary . . . captained the foot- 
ball, basketball and baseball teams at West Mifflin 
North ... as a freshman caught 16 passes . . . intercepted 
two passes last year . . . also returned punts and kick- 
offs . . . MVP in football at West Mifflin North. 

Ed McManus (26) Defensive Half back - Senior 11/29/48 
6-0, 185, Fairless Hills, Pa. 

Caught eight passes for two touchdowns as a fresh- 
man . . . carried the ball five times as a sophomore and 
moved to defense last year . . . recovered one opponents 
fumble . . . was also on the track team at Pennsbury 
high ... a recreation major. 

Bill Meister (60) Offensive Guard - Senior 2/15/49 6-2, 
245, Cumberland, Man/land 

CO-CAPTAIN . . . missed the 1970 season following 
knee operation in the spring . . . now at full strength . . . 
voted the best offensive Uneman as a sophomore and junior 
. . . outstanding high school career at Fort Hill high where 
he played for Charlie Lattimer a Maryland graduate . . . 
picked up a first down as a sophomore taking a lateral from 
Ernie Torain and gaining five yards . . . captained the foot- 
ball team at Fort Hill where he also played basketball and 
threw the shot on the track team ... a pubhc relations 
major. 

Tom Miller (32) Fullback - Senior 7/1/50 5-9, 200, 
Reading, Pa. 

Did not participate in spring practice while playing base- 
ball . . . had a pair of hits against Georgia Tech in NCAA 
tournament . . . top running back as a sophomore with 629 
yards rushing . . . second highest total ever by a sophomore 
at the time (since topped by Art Seymore) . . . moved to 
defense as a Unebacker, as a junior, for several games . . . 
was a starter at hnebacker also . . . caught a 26 yards touch- 
down pass against South Carolina in the homecoming 
win . . . caught seven passes for 39 yards as a sophomore 
and seven for 82 as a junior . . . top game as a sophomore 
was 114 yards on 29 carries against Wake Forest and 101 
against Duke on 27 carries . . . accorded Ail-American 
honors at Reading high where he was also All-State in base- 
ball . . . voted the best offensive back as a sophomore. 

Will Morris (17) Quarterback - Senior 12/23/48 6-3, 200, 
Chevy Chase, Maryland 

Captain and All-MetropoUtan at Gonzaga high in Wash- 
ington . . . brother Jon is a center with the Patriots . . . suf- 
fered a shoulder injury as a junior but had a good spring 
practice . . . threw only 14 passes as a sophomore with 
three completions for 40 yards ... a public relations major. 



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Al Neville (4) Quarterback - Sophomore 1/18/52 6-1 , 170, 
Forest Hill, Maryland 

High school All-American at John Carroll . . . had a bril- 
liant freshman season . . . completed 78 of 134 passes for 
1286 yards and 13 touchdowns . . . longest play was a 89 
yard scoring pass to Dan Bungori, his high school team- 
mate, against Virginia Tech . . averaged seven yards a play 
as a freshman . . . also punted for the frosh with a 39.0 
average on 1 7 punts . . . the longest punt 5 1 yards and he 
had two of those . . . excellent leader . .,. had a fine spring 
and will challenge Jeff Shugars for the starting job in the 
fall . . . also a baseball and basketball star in high . . . cap- 
tained the baseball and basketball teams in high ... on 
championship teams in both football and basketball in 
high ... in his big higli school game against Bel Air as a 
junior he threw four touchdown passes and gained over 300 
yards in the air enroute to a 38-12 win ... his father was a 
baseball player with the Giants ... he is the oldest of five 
brothers and two sisters. 



Dennis O'Hara (13) Tight End - Senior 3/30/48 6-2, 195, 
Folsom, Pa. 

Suffered a knee injury from a clip, on the next to last 
play of the first half, in the opening game last year . . . 
missed the entire season . . . made the move from quarter- 
back to the starting split end in last year's opener . . . this 
year will open the season as the starting tight end . . . had a 
fine spring practice at the position . . . gained 254 yards 
rushing as a sophomore and scored two touchdowns the 
longest a 34 yard run against Wake Forest ... he also three 
three td passes ... he was the Peimsylvania state pole vault 
champion at St. James high ... a journalism of major. 

Bart Purvis (57) Center - Sophomore 11/9/51 6-5, 240, 
Pennsauken, N.J. 

Captained the football and track teams at Pennsauken 
high where he also played basketball . . . will back up Ron 
Kecman a letterman at center . . . had an excellent spring 
practice and will play a lot of football this fall ... a busi- 
ness major. 

Don Ratliff (82) Defensive End - Junior 7/17/50 6-5, 225, 
Winchester, Virginia 

Enrolled at Maryland as one of the finest prospects in 
recent years . . . had an outstanding freshman year and it 
was a tossup as to whether he would play on offense or 
defense ... he finally settled on offense where the Terps 
were in need of pass receivers ... he started at tight end, 
split end and even flanker ... his 26 pass receptions was the 
highest total by a Maryland player in seven years and only 
four men ever caught more . . . with a fine group of re- 
ceivers moving up from the freshman squad Coach Lester 
moved Guy Roberts to middle linebacker and Ratliff to 
defense replacing the All-Conference end ... he had an out- 
standing spring practice at defensive end and will start there 
in the fall ... as a freshman he scored four touchdowns and 
three came on defense . . . they included a blocked punt 
and recovery in the end zone, a 67 yard return of an inter- 
cepted pass and a 92 yard run after picking off an intended 
pitchout by the opposing quarterback ... he can also play 
linebacker ... he was an end at Handley high in Winchester, 
Virginia and also for Fork Union Military Academy ... he 
was All-District in basketball and ran the 440 on the track 
team in high ... he is an education major. 



Bill Reilly (52) Linebacker - Senior 6/24/50 6-0, 200, 
Baltimore, Maryland 

All-State linebacker at Gilman high in Baltimore . . . 
starting goalie on Maryland's NCAA Lacrosse finalists in 
1971 ... has recovered two opponents fumbles . . . was in 
on 33 tackles last year ... in college of business and public 
administration. 

Guy Roberts (71) Linebacker - Senior 6/12/50 6-1, 220, 
North Babylon, New York 

As a junior had one of the finest performances of any 
Terp in year . . . ALL-ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE 
DEFENSIVE END AND CO-CAPTAIN of the Terps ... As 
a sophomore he was a defensive tackle but moved to defen- 
sive end last year . . . this spring he moved to middle line- 
backer and is an All-Conference candidate there ... he was 
twice named ACC lineman of the week as a junior ... In 
the Virginia game, that the Terps won 17-14, the Cavaliers 
ran only eight plays to the right side in 42 second half plays 
for a net of 21 yards ... in that half he also batted down a 
quarterback pass ... he was especially effective in taking 
away the option play and has outstanding pursuit ... on six 
occasions last year he caught the opposing qb from behind 
on option plays to the opposite side ... in the Miami game 
he caused two fumbles— recovered two fumbles— threw the 
backs for 27 yards in losses and was named ACC lineman of 
the week . . . against Syracuse he came up with the play 
that must rank as the defensive play of the year, catching a 
Syracuse halfback from behind after a 28 yard gain and in 
making the tackle wrestled the ball away from him and 
returned it 14 yards back into Syracuse territory ... he re- 
covered six opponents fumbles and blocked a punt ... he 
was in on 71 tackles (48 unassisted) ... he captained the 
football team at North Babylon high and also wrestled 
there ... he was voted the best defensive lineman and best 
overall lineman by the Maryland coaching staff ... he is in 
the college of business & public administration. 

Ken Scott (62) Offensive Tackle - Sophomore 11/23/51 
6-2, 220, Bricktown, N.J. 

Won the starting left offensive tackle role in spring . . . " 
All-American at Bricktown high . . . captained his football, 
basketball and baseball teams in high . . . came to Maryland 
as a middle linebacker but looked good making the change 
in the spring ... a pubHc relations major. 

Art Seymore (11) Fullback - Junior 2/13/51 6-0, 175, 
Easton, Pa. 

In his first spring practice worked on both offense and 
defense but won the starting running back role near the 
close of practice and has never rehnguished it ... as a 
sophomore he gained 945 yards rushing and set a new 
record with 221 carries ... he averaged 4.3 yards a carry 
and seven times gained 94 or more yards ... his top games 
were 156 against N.C. State and 127 against West Virginia 
. . . the others Villanova 117, South Carolina 111, Miami 
and Syracuse 96 each and Clemson 94 yards . . . against 
Duke he caught six passes for 1 38 yards and for the season 
caught 1 6 passes for 309 yards and two touchdowns ... he 
is considered the best blocker in the backfield despite his 
size ... he also ran on the track team at Easton Area 
high . . . only Billy Lovett, 963 yards has gained more 
yards rushing in a single season for the Terps . . . with the 
addition of the veer to the pro offense and more talent in 
the backfield he promises to be even more effective as a 
junior ... he is a finance major. 



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Scott Shank (36) Fullback - Senior 10/23/49 5-10, 190, 
Carlisle, Pa. 

Gained 1 14 yards for a 3.9 average as a sophomore and 
133 for 3.2 average as a junior . . . caught 13 passes for 89 
yards as a junior . . . caught two two-point conversion 
passes ... his longest run was 14 yards against Penn State as 
a sophomore . . . also played baseball and basketball at 
Carlisle high ... he captained both the football and basket- 
ball teams in high ... a physical education major. 




Roberts gets quarterback again 

Carl Shelton (16) Running Back - Senior 6/20/48 6-0, 190, 
Washington, D.C. 

Most improved player on the squad as a junior . . . 
started slow but finished the season as a starter in the back- 
field . . . gained 98 yards on 30 carries and caught two 
passes for 20 yards and one touchdown . . . junior college 
transfer from Allan Hancock in Santa Maria, Cahfornia . . . 
attended Roosevelt high in Washington, D.C. . . . gained 
1,163 yards in nine games for Hancock with a 7.1 yard 
average . . . scored nine touchdowns and had seven others 
nuUified by penalties . . . longest run in junior college was 
63 yards . . . longest last year 10 yards . . . scored on a 10 
yard pass from Jeff Shugars against Virginia. 

Gary Shenton (43) Defensive Halfback — Sophomore 
12/19/51 6-0, 185, Clifton, N.J. 

After fine spring finished as the backup to letterman Len 
Massie ... as a freshman gained 193 yards rushing for a 4.0 
average and one touchdown ... he played on two cham- 
pionship football teams at Clifton high and also played 
lacrosse and ran track ... a business major. 

Jeff Shugars (2) Quarterback - Senior 5/19/49 6-2, 205, 
Darlington, Pa. 

As a sophomore he set two Maryland passing records 
completing 19 of 35 passes for 240 yards against Miami of 
Ohio. He hit Roland Merritt for 90 and 82 yard scoring 
passes as a sophomore and Art Seymore for an 80 yard td 
last year ... he completed 47 of 114 for 716 yards and 
three touchdowns as a sophomore and 75 of 175 for 836 
yards and three touchdowns as a junior ... he added a 
touchdown run against Virginia last year ... he also was on 
the receiving end of a pass last year ... he captained the 
football and baseball teams at Northwestern high where he 
also played basketball ... he won All-League honors in 
both football and baseball ... he came to Maryland from 
Greenbrier MiUtary Academy ... he is a physical education 
major. 



Ray Soporowski (66) Offensive Guard - Senior 7/17/50 
6-1,235, Fords, N.J. 

All-State and MVP in football at John F. Kennedy 
Memorial high and voted outstanding lineman in central 
New Jersey . . . also All-State in baseball in high . . . 
playing behind Bill Meister at end of spring practice ... as 
a place kicker has made 11 of 15 extra points in two 
years . . . captained championship baseball and football 
teams in high ... a pubhc relations major. 

Ted Steiner (41) Linebacker - Senior 6/8/50 5-10, 195, 
Allentown, Pa. 

Captained the football team at Louis E. Dieruff high 
where he was also a catcher on the baseball team . . . was 
named after Ted Williams . . . played in the "Big 33" East 
West game in high . . . starting inside linebacker at comple- 
tion of spring practice . . . intercepted two passes, blocked a 
field goal and a punt and recovered an opponents fumble as 
a junior . . . ran an interception back 42 yards against Clem- 
son and nine yards against Virginia ... a physical education 
major. 

Darnell Tate (25) Linebacker - Junior 5-10, 190, McKees 
Rocks, Pa. 

Another George Palahunik product from Sto-Rox 
high . . . came to Maryland from Ellsworth Junior Col- 
lege ... in Iowa . . . lettered as a sophomore strongside Une- 
backer . . . wUl backup Tim Brant there . . . physical educa- 
tion major. 

Jim Tiesi (40) Defensive Halfback - Junior 9/27/50 5-11, 
190, Irvona, Pa. 

Captained the football and basketball teams at Glendale 
high where he also played baseball and was voted MVP 
honors in the league . . . lettered as a sophomore and will 
backup Larry Marshall on the left side ... in college of 
business administration. 

Bob Tucker (10) Defensive Safety - Junior 1/10/51 6 1, 
175, Newark, Delaware 

Captained the football, basketball and track teams at 
Newark high where he was an outstanding quarterback and 
high jumper on the track team ... did not play as a fresh- 
man but lettered as a sophomore quarterback . . . moved to 
defensive safety in the spring with Al Neville moving up 
from the freshman squad and Will Morris returning . . . im- 
mediately took over as the starting safety . . . hard tackier 

. . . should be outstanding ... as a sophomore quarterback 
completed 35 of 82 passes for 645 yards and three touch- 
downs . . . scored three touchdowns . . . longest run of 
season was 28 yards while his longest pass play was a non 
scoring 84 yard toss to Floyd White against West Virginia 

... he helped Jeff Shugars set a Maryland record for the 
most passes completed in a game with his six for seven 
against North Carolina ... he had the longest scoring run of 
the season 2 1 yards against Miami . . . All- American in high 

. . . recreation major. 

James Tweedy (35) Defensive End — Junior 4/1/51 6-0, 
200, Monroeville, Pa. 

Captained the football, track and wrestling teams at 
Gateway high . . . lettered as a sophomore backing up Chris 
Cowdrey at defensive right end . . . again playing behind 
Cowdrey ... his father lettered in football and track in col- 
lege ... an engineering major. 



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Gary Van Sickler (23) Linebacker - Senior 7/6/49 5-11, 
195, Rockville, Maryland 

Started as linebacker as a junior but missed the 1970 
season . . . won the starting role back in the spring despite a 
strong challenge from Lee Branthover . . . blocked a punt 
against West Virginia in 1969 with Dan Kecman recovering 
it for a 27 yard advance . . . against Syracuse in 1968 he 
intercepted a Randy Zur pass and returned it 23 yards to 
the Syracuse one . . . against Duke he blocked a punt with 
Pete Mattia carrying it 22 yards for a score ... he won the 
MVP award his senior year at Robert Peary high where he 
also captained the baseball and basketball teams . . . played 
for Ron Laneve in high . . . recreation major. 

Paul Vellano (72) Defensive Tackle - Sophomore 3/10/52 
6-4, 265, Schenectady, N.Y. 

Immediately established himself as the number one de- 
fenstive right tackle in spring practice and will be out- 
standing at the position . . . has the size, quickness and 
agihty to be a great tackle . . . Captained the football team 
at Bishop Gibbons high . . . accorded AU-American honors 
in high . . . also put the shot for the track team in high . . . 
on championship team at Bishop Gibbons in 1 968. 

Jim Watkins (75) Defensive Tackle - Junior 3/8/51 6-2, 
235, Baltimore, Maryland 

Starter at defensive tackle as a sophomore . . . had a fine 
season recovering three opponents fumbles intercepting a 
pass, and in on 63 tackles ... 42 of his tackles were unas- 
sisted . . . captained both the football and wrestling teams 
at Edmondson high . . . All-League in football and MSA 
champion in wrestling in high . . . helped defeat City for 
football title and won heavyweight wrestling title from Gil- 
man grappler ... a mathematics major. 



Ray Wethington (50) Offensive Tackle - Junior 6-1, 235, 
Rockville, Maryland 

Starter at hnebacker and offensive tackle as a sopho- 
more . . . middle linebacker most of the season but filled in 
offensively in a couple games playing both ways at 
times . . . moved to offense in spring with Guy Roberts 
taking over at middle linebacker . . . had a fine spring prac- 
tice and helps anchor what Roy Lester terms an offensive 
line as good as any in the conference . . . blocked a pat 
against Penn State . . . All-Metropolitan in high and rurmer- 
up for wrestling title ... a catcher in baseball ... as a fresh- 
man was outstanding on defense and carried the ball 31 
times for 79 yards on offense ... a business major. 

Floyd White (85) Flanker - Senior 5/16/51 6-2, 210, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

Injured during spring practice . . . All-MetropoUtan at 
Roosevelt high . . . also played basketball in high . . . caught 
10 passes for 188 yards last year . . . longest an 84 yard 
reception against West Virginia that he carried to the four 
yard line . . . business major. 

Steve Zannoni (65) Linebacker — Sophomore 8/22/51 6-1, 
230, Magnolia, N.J. 

Captained the football team at Camden Catholic 
high . . . came to Maryland from Fork Union Military . . . 
four year letterman in football and basketball and three 
years in baseball ... on championship teams at Camden 
CathoUc and Fork Union . . . began his career in midget 
football . . . backed up Guy Roberts in spring at middle 
linebacker . . . younger brother Joe also won honors in high 
school football . . . likes ice hockey ... in college of liberal 
arts. 




Tucker hurdles line 



The Terps have added Alabama and Tennessee to the 1974 and 1975 schedules to complete the 1 1 
game schedules. 

Alabama will visit College Park on September 14, 1975 while the Terps will meet the Tennessee 
Volunteers in Memphis on September 13, 1974. The Tennessee game will be a 7:30 CDT night game. 

Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant of Alabama won his first game as a collegiate coach as the Terrapin 
coach in 1945 enroute to a 6-2-1 record. Coach Bryant was off to a 3-0 record as a coach with a 60-6 
win over Guilford College, 21-0 over Richmond, and 22-6 over the Merchant Marine Academy. 



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TERP OPPONENTS 




Villanova 



North Carolina State 

North Carolina 

Wake Forest 

Syracuse 

South Carolina 

Florida 

VM I 

Penn State 

Clemson 
Virginia 




VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 11, 1971 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 



COACH: Lou Ferry 

(Villanova '49) 
RECORD: 9-2-0 
VILLANOVA RECORD: 9-2-0 



LOCATION: Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085 

ENROLLMENT: 5,300 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Wildcats 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

PRESIDENT: Rev. Robert J. Welsh, O.S.A. 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Arthur L. Mahan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Dan Laughlin, Jack Bushofsky, 

Tim Rooney, Bob Capone, John Stopper 
CAPTAINS: Game captains 
TEAM STRENGTH: Experience - 30 lettermen and 17 

starters return, passing game 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Running game, defensive ends 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 30 
LETTERMEN LOST: 13 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-Daryl Woodring, HB-John 

Heim, HB-Duane Holland, DB-Bob Milanese, FL-Mike 

Siani 
TOP RETURNING LINEMAN: OT-Jack Kasper, DT-Ernie 

Messmer, LB-John Babinecz, LB-Pat Hurley, TE-Dennis 

Stufflet 
TOP NEWCOMERS: DB-Frank Polito, TE-Bill Malast, 

DT-Joe Miller, DB-Jere Brown, HB-John Brown, HB- 

Lionel Shaw 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: Mike Siani, John 

Babinecz 
ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: Mike Siani, John Babinecz, 

Ernie Messmer, Jack Kasper, John Heim, Daryl 

Woodring 
1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 9-2 season including wins over Mary- 
land and Navy. Best mark since 1952 with most season 

victories. 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Hugh F. Ortman 
OFFICE: (215) 527-2100 Ext. 200 
HOME: (215)265-0979 



Mike Siani 





1970 RESULTS 






Won 9 Lost 2 




21 


Maryland 


3 


21 


Boston College 


28 


37 


Santa Clara 


16 


34 


Delaware 


31 


17 


Buffalo 


7 


34 


Holy Cross 


14 


42 


Xavier 


14 


7 


Virginia Tech 


34 


14 


Navy 


10 


30 


West Chester 


7 


31 


Temple 


26 




14 




NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE UNIVERSITY 

Sept. 18, 1971 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Al Michaels 

(Penn State '35) 
RECORD: 0-0-0 
STATE RECORD: 0-0-0 



LOCATION: Raleigh, North CaroUna 27607 

ENROLLMENT: 14,000 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

CHANCELLOR: Dr. John T. Caldwell 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Carey Brewbaker, Bill Smahz, 

Ernie Driscoll, Jack Stanton, Gus Andrews, Jim Donnan 
CAPTAINS: To be elected 
TEAM STRENGTH: More experienced offense, added 

speed from younger players, and veterans returning on 

defense, headed by middle guard George Smith. 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of overall depth, particularly in 

secondary and at several line positions. Must prove that 

team can score, after only 10 TDs in 1 1 games last year. 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 26 
LETTERMEN LOST: 18 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: OB-Pat Kenney, DB-Van 

Walker, DB-Bill Miller 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: MG-George Smith, OG-Bill 

Yoest, C-Bill Culbertson, DE-Clyde Chesney, LB-Bryan 

Wall 
TOP NEWCOMERS: HB-Willie Burden, DB-Bob PUz, 

FB-Charles Young, WB-Mike Stuhz, DT-Dick Curran, 

DT-Rich Druschel 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: MG-George Smith, 

DB-Van Walker 
ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: MG-George Smith, 

DB-Van Walker, C-Bill Culbertson, HB-Willie Burden, 

OG-BUl Yoest 
1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 7-7 tie with South Carolina and 6-0 

win over Maryland 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Frank Weedon 
OFFICE: (919)755-2102 
HOME: (919)828-5070 





1970 RESULTS 




Won 3 Lost 7 Tied 1 


1 




ACC: 2-3-1 




6 


Richmond 


21 





North Carolina 


19 


7 


South Carolina 


7 


6 


Florida 


14 


23 


East Carolina 


6 


6 


Duke 


22 


6 


Maryland 





2 


Kentucky 


27 


21 


Virginia 


16 


13 


Wake Forest 


16 





Tulane 


31 



George Smith 





UNIVERSITY OF 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Sept. 25, 1971 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 

Kenan Stadium (47,000) 

1:30 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Bill Dooley 

(Mississippi State '56) 
RECORD: 18-24 
UNC RECORD: 18-24 

LOCATION: Chapel Hill, North Carolina 275 14 

ENROLLMENT: 18,000 

COLORS: Carolina Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Tar Heels 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

CHANCELLOR: 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Homer Rice 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Bobby Collins, Lee Hayley, Bud 

Moore, Jim Carmody, Billy Hickman, Ron DeMelfi, Vic 

Spooner, Clyde Walker, Moyer Smith 
CAPTAIN: Game captains 
TEAM STRENGTH: Return of 10 players who at one time 

or another were defensive starters last year 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Graduation of All- America Don 

McCauley and entire offensive line 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-Paul MiUer, FB-Geof 

Hamlin, WB-Lewis JoUey, HB-Ike Oglesby, DB-Rusty 

Culbreth, DB-Lou Angelo 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DT-Bud Grissom, DE-Bill 

Brafford, DE-Gene Brown, LB- John Bunting, LB-Jim 

Webster, LB-Ricky Packard, OG-Ron Rusnak, OT -Jerry 

Sain, OE-Johnny Cowell, OE-Ken Taylor, C-Bob 

Thornton 
TOP NEWCOMERS: OG-BiUy Newton, OE-Earl Bethea, 

OT-Robert Pratt, LB-Terry Taylor, QB-Nick Vidnovic, 

QB- Johnny Klise, HB-Mike Shuster 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: LB-John Bunting 
ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: HB-Ike Oglesby, 

LB-John Bunting, QB-Paul Miller, DB-Rusty Culbreth, 

DT-Bud Grissom, WB-Lewis Jolley, DE-Bill Brafford, 

LB-Jim Webster 
1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 59-34 win over arch-rival Duke and 

trip to the Peach Bowl 



SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Jack WilUams 
OFFICE: (919)933-2123 HOME: 

1970 RESULTS 

Won 8 Lost 4 

ACC: 5-2 



(919)929-5557 



20 


Kentucky 


10 


19 


N. C. State 





53 


Maryland 


20 


10 


Vanderbilt 


7 


21 


South Carolina 


35 


17 


Tulane 


24 


13 


Wake Forest 


14 


30 


Virginia 


15 


62 


VMI 


13 


42 


Clemson 


7 


59 


Duke 
Peach Bowl 


34 


26 


Arizona State 


48 



Ike Oglesby 




15 



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WAKE FOREST 
UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 2, 1971 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Calvin C. (Cal) Stoll 

(Minnesota '50) 
RECORD: 9-12 
WFU RECORD: 9-12 



LOCATION: Winston Salem, North Carolina 27106 

ENROLLMENT: 3,225 

COLORS: Old Gold and Black 

NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

PRESIDENT: Dr. James R. Scales 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Beattie Feathers, Tom Harper, 

Oval Jaynes, Wright Anderson, Norman Parker, Ron 

Stark, Billy Mitchell 
CAPTAINS: Game captains 

TEAM STRENGTH: 15 starters from 1970 return, line- 
backing, running backs 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive line, defensive secondary 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 24 
LETTERMEN LOST: 12 
TOP RETURNING BACKS; QB-Larry Russell, FB-Larry 

Hopkins, RB-Ken Garrett, DB-Frank Fussell, DB-Pat 

McHenry 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG-Bill Bobbora, OG-Ted 

Waite, C-Nick Vrhovac, LB-Ed Bradley, DT-Dick 

Chulada, LB-Ed Stetz, DT-John Phillips 
TOP NEWCOMERS: QB-Chris Basler, TE-John Hardin, 

OG-Mike Arthur, DB-Kevin Byrnes, DT-Randy Halsall, 

DT-Danny Croom, OT-Bruce Reinert, QB-Lowell 

Ramsey 
ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: LB-Ed Bradley, LB-Ed 

Stetz, FB-Larry Hopkins 
ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: LB-Ed Bradley, 

LB-Ed Stetz, FB-Larry Hopkins, QB-Larry Russell, 

RB-Ken Garrett, OG-Bill Bobbora, C-Nick Vrhovac 
1970 HIGHLIGHTS: First ACC Championship 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Bobby Batson 
OFFICE: (919) 725-971 1 Ext. 328 
HOME: (919)924-8523 




SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

Oct. 9, 1971 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Ben Schwartzwalder 

(West Virginia '33) 
RECORD: 166-76-2 
SYRACUSE RECORD: 141-71-2 



LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 13210 

ENROLLMENT: 10,286 

COLOR: Orange 

NICKNAME: Orangemen 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

CHANCELLOR: Melvin Eggers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: James H. Decker 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Ted DaUey, Chuck Fogarty, Carl- 
mon Jones, Joe Krivak, Walley Mahle, Rocco Pirro, Jim 
Shreve, Jow Szombathy 

CAPTAINS: DT-Joe Ehrmann, OT-Dan Yochum 

TEAM STRENGTH: Experience, 9 offensive and 8 defen- 
sive starters return 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Quarterback 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 32 

LETTERMEN LOST: 16 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-Bob Woodruff, FB-Roger 
Praetorius, FB-Marty Januszkiewicz, DB-Robin Griffin, 
DB-Tom Myers, TB-Greg Allen, WB-Greg Wysocki 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OG-Stan Walters, OG-Ray 
Jarosz, C-Doug Auld, OT-Dan Yochum, DT-Joe Ehr- 
mann, DG-Ted Lachowicz, DT-Len Campolieto, LB- 
Dave King, LB-Len Masci 

TOP NEWCOMERS: OG-Dave Lapham, SE-Gary Sweat, 
DB-Ken Sawyer, DB-Jim Longley, RB-Bob Barlette 

ALL-AMERICA CANDIDATES: DT-Joe Ehrmann, 

DB-Tom Myers 

ALL-EAST CANDIDATES: DT-Joe Ehrmann, DB-Tom 
Myers, DG-Ted Lachowicz, OT-Dan Yochum, FB-Marty 
Januszkiewicz, LB-Len Masci 

1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 24-7 win over Penn State, 43-13 win 
over Pittsburgh 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Larry Kimball 
OFFICE: (315)476-5541 Ext. 2608 
HOME: (315)682-6002 





1970 RESULTS 






Won 6 Lost 5 






ACC: 5-1 




12 


Nebraska 


36 


7 


South Carolina 


43 


14 


Florida State 


19 


27 


Virginia 


7 


28 


Virginia Tech 


9 


36 


Clemson 


20 


14 


North Carolina 


13 


7 


Tennessee 


41 


28 


Duke 


14 


16 


N. C. State 


13 


2 


Houston 


26 



Larry Russell 






1970 RESULTS 






Won 6 Lost 4 




15 


Houston 


42 


14 


Kansas 


31 





Illinois 


27 


23 


Maryland 


7 


24 


Penn State 


7 


23 


Navy 


8 


43 


Pittsburgh 


13 


31 


Army 


29 


19 


West Virginia 


28 


56 


Miami (Fla.) 


16 



Joe Ehrmcinn 




16 




UNIVERSITY OF 
SOUTH CAROLINA 

Oct. 16, 1971 
Columbia, South Carolina 
Carolina Stadium (57,000) 

7:30 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Paul Dietzel 

(Miami of Ohio '48) 
RECORD: 88-72-5 
use RECORD: 21-30-1 




UNIVERSITY OF 
FLORIDA 

Oct. 23, 1971 

Gainesville, Florida 

Florida Field (61,200) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Doug Dickey 
(Florida '54) 
RECORD: 53-19-4 
FLORIDA RECORD: 7-4-0 



LOCATION: Columbia, South Carolina 29208 

ENROLLMENT: 18,820 

COLORS: Garnet and Black 

NICKNAME: Fighting Gamecocks 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

PRESIDENT: Dr. Thomas F. Jones 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Paul Dietzel 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Bill Shalosky, BUI Rowe, John 
Bridgets, Dick Weldon, Johnny Menger, Pride Ratterree, 
Jack Powers, Jesse Berry, Bob Ryan 

CAPTAINS: Game captains 

TEAM STRENGTH: Defensive secondary, receivers 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperienced defensive ends, offen- 
sive linemen 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 30 

LETTERMEN LOST: 23 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: TB-Billy Ray Rice, FB- 
Tommy Simrhons, FB-Chuck Mimms, TB-Russ Kuritz, 
FL-Jim Mitchell, FL-Mike Haggard, DB-Dick Harris, 
DB-Tyler Hellams, DB-Bo Davies, DB-Jimmy Nash 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DT-John LeHeup, SE- 
Jackie Brown, OG-Richie Moye, MG-Pat Kohout 

TOP NEWCOMERS: DE-Rogers Toy, DE-Monty 
Matthews, OT-Dave Cash, OT-Darrell Austin, C-Timmy 
Privette, MG-Dana Carpenter 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: DB-Dick Harris, DT- 
John LeHeup 

1970 HIGHLIGHTS: Beat ACC champion Wake Forest 
43-7; beat Peach Bowl participant North Carolina 35-21 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Tom Price 
OFFICE: (803) 777-4277 
HOME: (803) 787-2395 





1970 RESULTS 




Won 4 Lost 6 Tied ' 


1 




ACC: 3-2-1 




20 


Georgia Tech 


23 


43 


Wake Forest 


7 


7 


N. C. State 


7 


24 


Virginia Tech 


7 


35 


North Carolina 


21 


15 


Maryland 


21 


13 


Florida State 


21 


34 


Georgia 


52 


18 


Tennessee 


20 


38 


Duke 


42 


38 


Clemson 


32 




LOCATION: Gainesville, Florida 32601 

ENROLLMENT: 21,000 

COLORS: Orange and Blue 

NICKNAME: Gators 

CONFERENCE: Southeastern 

PRESIDENT: Stephen C. O'Connell 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Ray Graves 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Jimmy Dunn, Doug Knotts, 
Jimmy Haynes, Ken Hatfield, Lindy Infante, Jack 
Thompson, Don Brown, Jack Jones, Don Deal, Dave 
Fuller 

CAPTAIN: Tommy Durrance 

CO-CAPTS: John Reaves and Harvin Clark 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offense, depth and balance, plus 
ability to make big plays. 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Lack of defensive depth or experi- 
ence 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 39 

LETTERMEN LOST: 19 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-John Reaves, TB-Tommy 
Durrance, FL-Carlos Alvarez, S-John Clifford, DHB- 
Harvin Clark 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DE-Bob HarreU, OG-Fred 
Abbott, TE-Jim Yancey, SE-Willie Jackson 

TOP NEWCOMERS: OT-Kris Anderson, FWoel Parker, 
TB-Lenny Lucas, FB-Vince Kendrick, OG-Joe Sheppard, 
C-Mark King, DE-Mike Moore, LB-Ricky Brown 

ALI^AMERICAN CANDIDATES: QB-John Reaves, OG- 
Fred Abbott, FL-Carlos Alvarez, DE-Bob Harrell 

ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: QB-John Reaves, 
OG-Fred Abbott, Fl^Carlos Alvarez, DE-Bob Harrell, 
TE-Jim Yancey, S-John Clifford 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Norm Carlson 
OFFICE: (904) 392-0641 
HOME: (904) 372-7822 



John Reaves 





1970 RESULTS 






Won 7 Lost 4 






SEC: 3-3 




21 


Duke 


19 


34 


Miss. State 


13 


15 


Alabama 


46 


14 


N. C. State 


6 


38 


Florida State 


27 


20 


Richmond 





7 


Tennessee 


38 


14 


Auburn 


63 


24 


Georgia 


17 


24 


Kentucky 


13 


13 


Miami (Fla.) 


14 




17 




VIRGINIA MILITARY 
INSTITUTE 

Oct. 30, 1971 

College Park, Maryland 

Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

2:00 P.M. EDT 

COACH: Bob Thalman 

(Richmond '48) 
RECORD: 26-9-1 
VMI RECORD: 0-0-0 




PENNSYLVANIA STATE 
UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 6, 1971 

University Park, Pennsylvania 

Beaver Stadium (48,344) 



COACH: 



1:30 P.M. EST 

Joe Paterno 
(Brown '50) 
RECORD: 42-10 1 
PSU RECORD: 42-10-1 



LOCATION: Lexington, Virginia 24450 

ENROLLMENT: 1,200 

COLORS: Red, White, Yellow 

NICKNAME: Keydets 

CONFERENCE: Southern 

SUPERINTENDENT: Maj. Gen. Richard L. Irby 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Joynes 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Alf Satterfield, Earl Bramlett, 
Joe Bush, Bob Brush, Donny White 

CAPTAINS: Game captains 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMENLOST: 22 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-Randy Kinsey, FB-Mike 
Teubner, RB-Mac Bowman, WB-Eddie Blair, FB-Phil 
Clayton, RB-Rich Griffith, QB-Vern Beitzel 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: DE-Jim BaUey, G-Steve 
Breeding, DT-Kevin Daigh, DE-John Durst, TE-Ted Kirk, 
T-Doug Nichols, T-Pete Ramsey, DE-Denny SulUvan, 
MG-Rocky Yost, DT-Dick Valentine 

TOP NEWCOMERS: TB-Pat Flynn, TE-Pat Moore, CB-Bob 
Beerbower, CB-Walt Chalkley, WE-Ken Terry, CB-Marvin 
Watts, S-GEne Williams 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATE: T-Pete Ramsey 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: T-Pete Ramsey, DT- 
Kevin Daigh, DE-Jim Bailey 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Bob Currie 
OFFICE: (703)463-5370 
HOME: (703)463-5734 



LOCATION: University Park, Pennsylvania 16802 

ENROLLMENT: 27,000 

COLORS; Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Nittany Lions 

CONFERENCE: Independent 

PRESIDENT: Dr. John W. Oswald 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Edward M. Czekaj 

ASSISTANT COACHES: John Chuckran, Jim O'Hora, 
Frank Patrick, Bob Phillips, Jerry Sandusky, Jim Weaver, 
George Welsh, J. T. White 

CAPTAINS: Offense - Dave Joyner; Defense - Charlie 
Zapiec 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offensive backfield, linebackers 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Inexperience in offensive line and de- 
fensive secondary 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 19 

LETTERMENLOST: 24 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-John Hufnagel, HB-Lydell 
Mitchell, FB-Franco Harris 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT-Dave Joyner, LB-John 
Skorupan, LB-Gary Gray, LB-Charlie Zapiec, LB-Doug 
Allen, DE-Bruce Bannon, DT-Jim Heller, DT-Frank 
Ahrenhold 

TOP NEWCOMERS: DE-Ed O'Neil, DHB-Buddy Ellis, SE- 
Gary Debes, QB-Steve Joachim, HB-John Cappelletti, 
FB-Tom Donchez, K-Alberto Vitiello, LB/DE-Tom Hull, 
HB-Dave Bland 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: FB-Franco Harris, 
HB-Lydell Mitchell, OT-Dave Joyner, LB-John Skorupan 

1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 32nd straight non-losing season 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

John Morris 
OFFICE: (814)865-1757 
HOME: (814)237-6321 





1970 RESULTS 






Won 1 Lost 10 






SC: 1-4 




13 


Furman 








Rice 


42 


10 


West Virginia 


47 


3 


Boston College 


56 


10 


Virginia 


49 


10 


William & Mary 


24 


9 


Citadel 


56 


21 


Davidson 


55 


13 


North Carolina 


62 


17 


Richmond 


40 


14 


Virginia Tech 


20 



Pete Ramsey 






1970 RESULTS 






Won 7 Lost 3 




55 


Navy 


7 


13 


Colorado 


41 


16 


Wisconsin 


29 


28 


Boston College 


3 


7 


Syracuse 


24 


38 


Army 


14 


42 


West Virginia 


8 


34 


Maryland 





32 


Ohio University 


22 


35 


Pittsburgh 


15 



Lydell Mitchell 





CLEMSON UNIVERSITY 

Nov. 13, 1971 

Clemson, South Carolina 

Memorial Stadium (43,451) 

1:30 P.M. EST 

COACH: Hootie Ingram 
(Alabama '55) 
RECORD: 3-8-0 
CLEMSON RECORD: 3-8-0 



LOCATION: Clemson, South Carolina 29631 

ENROLLMENT: 8,000 

COLORS: Purple and Orange 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 

PRESIDENT: Dr. R. C. Edwards 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: BUI McLellan 

ASSISTANT COACHES: Doug Barifield, Tom Bass, Joe 
Burson, Whitey Jordan, George Maclntyre, Gordon 
Norwood, Duke Owen, Steve Satterfield, Doug Shively 

CAPTAINS: Game captains 

TEAM STRENGTH: Offensively much better. Good run- 
ning backs, receivers and quarterback. 

TEAM WEAKNESS: Defense — not as much depth, espe- 
cially at hnebacker 

LETTERMEN RETURNING: 34 

LETTERMEN LOST: 22 

TOP RETURNING BACKS: QB-Tommy Kendrick, TB- 
Rick Gilstrap, PL-Don Kelley 

TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: TE-John McMakin, C-Dave 
Farnham, LB-Larry Hefner 

TOP NEWCOMERS: TB-Smiley Sanders, TB-Wade Hughes, 
OG-Art Brisacher, OG-John Bolubasz, TE-Karl Amdreas, 
DT-Bruce Decock, LB-Luke Deanhardt 

ALL-AMERICAN CANDIDATES: TE-John McMakin, 
FI^Don Kelley 

ALL-CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: TE-John McMakin, 
FL-Don Kelley, LB-Larry Hefner, QB-Torruny Kendrick 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Bob Bradley 
OFFICE: (803)6544111 
HOME: (803)654-5419 
ASSISTANT 

Jerry Arp 
HOME: (803) 654-3664 




UNIVERSITY OF 
VIRGINIA 

Nov. 20, 1971 
College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (35,000) 

1:30 P.M. EST 

COACH: Don Lawrence 

(Notre Dame '59) 
RECORD: 0-0-0 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 0-0-0 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 
ENROLLMENT: 11,300 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
NICKNAMES: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
CONFERENCE: Atlantic Coast 
PRESIDENT: Edgar F. Shannon, Jr. 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Eugene F. Corrigan 
ASSISTANT COACHES: Sil Cornachione, BUI Clay, Tom 

Fletcher, Turnley Todd, Ned McDonald, Bobby Roper, 

Al Groh, Pete Pucher 
CAPTAINS: DT-Andy Selfridge, FB-Gary Helman 
TEAM STEIENGTH: Offensive backfield and defensive 

interior 
TEAM WEAKNESS: Offensive line and secondary 
LETTERMEN RETURNING: 28 
LETTERMEN LOST: 20 
TOP RETURNING BACKS: FB-Gary Helman, TB-Jimmy 

Lacey, QB-Bill Troup, S-Bill Kettunen, FL-Dave Sulhvan 
TOP RETURNING LINEMEN: OT-Abby Sallenger, DT- 
Andy Selfridge, DE-BUly WUliams, LB-Chuck Belie 
TOP NEWCOMERS: TB-Kent Merritt, QB/FL-Harrison 

Davis, DE-StarUey Land, CB-Gerard Mullins, LB-Craig 

Critchley 
ALl^ AMERICAN CANDIDATE: DT-Andy Selfridge 
ALl^CONFERENCE CANDIDATES: DT-Andy Selfridge, 

FB-Gary Helman, DE-BUly WUUams, FL-Dave Sullivan, 

S-BUl Kettunen 
1970 HIGHLIGHTS: 7-0 opening win over state rival Vir-" 

ginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 

Barney Cooke 
OFFICE: (703)924-3011 
HOME: (703) 293-6791 





1970 RESULTS 






Won 3 Lost 8 






ACC: 2-4 




24 


The Citadel 





27 


Virginia 


17 





Georgia 


38 


7 


Georgia Tech 


28 





Auburn 


44 


20 


Wake Forest 


36 


10 


Duke 


21 


24 


Maryland 


11 


13 


Florida State 


38 


7 


North Carolina 


42 


32 


South Carolina 


38 



John McMakin 






1970 RESULTS 






Won 5 Lost 6 






ACC: 0-6 




7 


Virginia Tech 





17 


Clemson 


27 


7 


Duke 


17 


7 


Wake Forest 


27 


49 


VMI 


10 


21 


Army 


20 


33 


William & Mary 


6 


15 


North Carolina 


30 


16 


N. C. State 


21 


54 


Colgate 


12 


14 


Maryland 


17 



Andy Selfridge 




19 




■p^wwr^wr 



m'UfWf : 



AST SCORES WITH 1971 OPPONENTS 




YEAR 


VILLA. 


N.C.S. 


UNC 


W.FOR. 


SYRA. 


U.S.C. 


FLA. 


V.M.I. 


PSU 


CLEM 


VA. 


Series 


0-1-0 


10-14-3 


14-20-1 


12-6-1 


5-11-1 


17-10-0 


5-7-0 


12-9-2 


1-16-0 


9-9-1 


19-14-2 


1970 


3-21 


0-6 


20-53 




7-23 


21-15 






0-34 


11-24 


17-14 


1969 




7-24 




19-13 


9-20 


0-17 






0-48 


0-40 


17-14 


1968 




11-31 


33-24 


14-38 


14-32 


21-19 






13-57 


0-16 


23-28 


1967 




9-31 


0-14 


17-35 


3-7 


0-31 






3-38 


7-28 


7-12 


1966 




21-24 




34-7 


7-34 


14-2 






7-15 


10-14 


17-41 


1965 




7-29 


10-12 


10-7 


7-24 


27-14 






7-19 


6-0 


27-33 


1964 




13-14 


10-9 


17-21 




24-6 






9-17 


34-0 


10-0 


1963 




14-36 


7-14 


32-0 




13-21 






15-17 


6-21 


21-6 


1962 




14-6 


31-13 


13-2 




13-11 






7-23 


14-17 


40-18 


1961 




10-7 


8-14 


10-7 


22-21 


10-20 






21-17 


24-21 


16-28 


1960 




10-13 


22-19 


14-13 




15-0 






9-28 


19-17 


44-12 


1959 




33-28 


14-7 


7-10 


0-29 


6-22 








28-25 


55-12 


1958 




21-6 


0-27 


0-34 




10-6 








0-8 


44-6 


1957 




13-48 


21-7 


27-0 




10-6 








7-26 


12-0 


1956 




25-14 


6-34 


6-0 


12-26 


0-13 








6-6 




1955 






25-7 


28-7 


34-13 


27-0 








25-12 




1954 




42-14 


33-0 


13-13 




20-0 








16-0 




1953 






26-0 






24-6 








20-0 




1952 




















28-0 




1951 




53-0 


14-7 


















1950 




13-16 


7-7 


















1949 




14-6 








44-7 












1948 






20-49 






19-7 












1947 




0-0 


0-19 






19-13 












1946 




7-28 


0-33 






17-21 












1945 












19-13 




38-0 






19-13 


1944 








0-39 






6-14 


8-6 


19-34 




7-18 


1943 








13-7 








21-14 


0-45 




0-39 


1942 














13-0 


0-29 






27-12 


1941 














13-12 


0-27 








1940 














0-19 


0-20 






6-19 


1939 










7-10 




0-14 


0-13 


0-12 




7-12 


1938 










0-53 




7-21 


14-47 


0-33 




19-27 


1937 










13-0 




13-7 


9-7 


14-21 




3-0 


1936 






0-14 




20-0 




6-7 


7-13 






21-0 


1935 






0-33 




0-0 




20-6 


6-0 






14-7 


1934 














21-0 


23-0 






20-0 


1933 














0-19 


13-19 






0-6 


1932 
















12-7 






6-7 


1931 
















41-20 






7-6 


1930 






21-28 










20-0 






14-6 


1929 






0-43 






6-26 




6-7 






13-13 


1928 






19-26 






7-21 




0-0 






18-2 


1927 






6-7 






26-0 


6-7 


10-6 






0-21 


1926 






14-6 






0-12 










6-6 


1925 






0-16 
















0-6 


1924 




0-0 


6-0 


















1923 




26-12 


14-0 


















1922 




7-6 


3-27 


















1921 




6-6 


7-16 




0-42 














1920 






13-0 




10-7 














1919 






















13-0 


1918 
















7-6 








1917 




6-10 




29-12 








14-14 


0-57 






1916 
















15-9 
































1910 
















0-8 








1909 




0-31 












































1899 






0-6 

















20 



VI LLANOVA 21 - MARYLAND 3 
(Sept. 12, Byrd Stadium) 

Art Seymore in first varsity game gains 109 yards 
rushing in first half, but Terps trail 7-3 at half-time. Dennis 
O'Hara is clipped on the next to last play of the half and is 
out for the season with a knee injury. Villanova scores on 
fourth down play in third quarter and then recovers a Terp 
fumble for a fourth quarter touchdown. Don Ratliff caught 
six passes in his first game. Terps lost five of six fumbles 
eliminating any chance of a sustained drive. 







V 






M 


First downs 




13 






11 


Rushing yardage 




139 






99 


Passing yardage 




114 






135 


Passes 




11-25 






13-29 


Passes intercepted by 











1 


Punts- average 




9-37.3 






9-40.4 


Own fumbles-lost 




2-2 






6-5 


Penalties-yards lost 




2-20 






6-48 


Villanova 


7 


7 7 




21 




Maryland 


3 





— 


3 




SCORING: 












M Fries, 34 FG. 












V Siani, 3 pass from Wood 


ring (Berrang 


kick). 






V Woodring, 1 run 


(Berrang kick). 








V Messmer, fumble recovered in end zone (Be 


rran 


3 kick) 




Seymore heads for end zone 



^« 




PBinHH^Hil 




Terps leave Dulles Airport 

DUKE 13 - MARYLAND 12 
(Sept. 19, Wallace Wade Stadium) 

Jeff Shugars catches the Duke defense in perfect posi- 
tion and drops a short pass over the middle to Art Seymore 
coming out of the backfield, for an 80 yard touchdown 
play. Seymore adds four yard td run in 2nd qtr and Terps 
lead 12-3 at the half. Duke gets only one td from Leo 
Hart's 24 completions but wins on a 45 yard field goal by 
Dave Wright with one second left in the game. Seymore 
caught six passes for 1 38 yards. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Pu nts- average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



Maryland 6 

Duke 



M 

16 

140 

219 

13-28 

2 

7-38.8 

0-0 

9-102 



D 

25 

104 

254 

24-38 

3 

5-40.8 

2-1 

6-50 



12 
13 



SCORING: 

M 

D 

M 

D 

D 



Seymore, 80 pass from Shugars (kick blocked). 

Wright, 35 FG. 

Seymore, 4 run (pass failed). 

Jones, 17 pass from Hart (Wright kick). 

Wright, 45 FG. 



21 



NORTH CAROLINA 53 - MARYLAND 20 
(Sept. 26, Byrd Stadium) 

Al Thomas carries 57 yards on first play of game and 
scores four plays later for 6-0 Maryland lead. Tar Heels 
convert two Maryland fumbles and a bad snap from center 
into scores and lead 33-6 at the half. Bob Tucker completes 
six of seven fourth qtr passes and gets two touchdowns. 
Don Ratliff again catches six passes while Don McCaiiley 
outruns the Terp team with 123 yards. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



UNC 

18 

260 

181 

12-17 

1 

6-39.3 

5-2 

5-69 



M 

15 

88 

252 

23-37 



5-42.2 

6-5 

9-66 



North Carolina 
Maryland 



ING: 



14 
6 



19 




13 
14 



53 
20 



SCOR 

M Thomas, 1 run (kick failed). 

UNC Jolley, 6 run (Craven kick). 

UNC McCauley, 1 run (Craven kick). 

UNC Craven, 25 FG. 

UNC Safety, ball centered out of end zone. 

UNC Swofford, 1 run (Craven kick). 

UNC Lanier, 47 pass from Mansfield (Craven kick). 

UNC McCauley, 4 pass from Swofford (Craven kick). 

UNC Oglesby, 10 run (Craven kick). 

M Mahnic, 20 pass from Tucker (Fries kick). 

UNC Oglesby, 1 run (kick failed). 

M Tucker, 1 run (Fries kick). 





Roberts and another quarterback 



MIAMI 18 - MARYLAND 11 
(Oct. 2, Orange Bowl) 

Terps lose two fumbles and Miami leads 1 5-0 at the half. 
Greg Fries kicks 30 yard field goal and Bob Tucker runs 21 
yards for score in 3rd qtr. Terps recovered five Miami 
fumbles but lost three of their own. Seymore ran for 96 
yards with 42 coming in the scoreless 4th qtr. After Friday 
night game Terps spent Saturday on Miami beach returning 
to College Park Sunday afternoon. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



Md. 

9 

108 

36 

5-17 

1 

9-39.6 

6-3 

6-87 



Miami 

17 

144 

166 

16-27 

3 

4-46.3 

6-5 

4-40 



Maryland 
Miami 



SCORING: 



11 
3 



11 
18 



A relaxing Saturday in Miami 



Miami Safety, Seymore recovered Shelton fumble 

in Maryland end zone. 

Miami Foreman, 7 run (kick blocked) 

Miami Best, 2 run (Cummins kick). 

Md. Fries, 30 FG. 

Miami Cummins, 24 FG. 

Md. Tucker, 21 run (Shank pass from Tucker). 



22 




Floyd White grabs one 



SYRACUSE 23 - MARYLAND 7 
(Oct. 10, Archbold Stadium) 

Marshall slips in end zone, returning punt, for safety and 
Syracuse comes right back with touchdown and 9-0 1st qtr 
lead. Syracuse recovers fumble in 2nd qtr scores in two 
plays and leads 16-0. Tucker scores on five yard run in 2nd 
qtr for only Terp score. Seymore gains 96 yards but Janus- 
zkiewicz gains 118 and scores three td's for Syracuse. Terps 
are stopped inside the Syracuse 10 three times without a 
score. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



Maryland 

Syracuse 9 



M 

8 

114 

115 

8-23 



9-38.7 

2-2 

6-56 



S 

14 

225 

59 

8-16 

1 

9-41.9 

3-2 

6-77 





7 - 



7 
23 



SCORING: 

S Safety, Emrich slips in end zone. 

S Januszkiewicz, 3 run (Jakowenko kick). 

S Januszkiewicz, 23 run (Jakowenko kick). 

M Tucker, 5 run (Fries kick). 

S Januszkiewicz, 1 run (Jakowenko kick). 



MARYLAND 21 - SOUTH CAROLINA 15 
(Oct. 17, Byrd Stadium) 



Terps return home for Homecoming and treat fans to 
finest performance in years. Gamecocks score first in 2nd 
qtr after 17 yard punt but Terps never trailed after that. 
Tom Miller scores on 26 yard pass in 2nd qtr and in the 4th 
qtr, Ted Steiner blocks a punt with John Dyer recoveriiig in 
the end zone for the td. Thomas runs for a 12 yard score 
and Terps lead 21-7. Seymore ran for 111 yards while 
Gamecocks ran for total of only 36 yds. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



South Carolina 

Maryland 



SC 

16 

36 

299 

21-44 

1 

9-27.6 

5-4 

8-91 



M 

15 
206 

75 

5-14 

2 

10-29.1 

1-1 

8-75 



8 
14 



15 
21 



SCORING: 

SC 

M 

M 



M 
SC 



Mitchell, 37 pass from Suggs (DuPre kick). 
Miller, 26 pass from Tucker (Soporowski kick). 
Dyer, recovered blocked punt in end zone 

(Soporowski kick). 
Thomas, 12 run (Soporowski kick). 
Hamrick, 10 pass from Suggs (Hamrick pass from Suggs). 




Terps take Saturday off in Miami 



23 



N. C. STATE 6 - MARYLAND 
(Oct. 24, Oyster Bowl) 

Art Seymore gains 156 yards rushing. Both teams reach 
the goal line but fail to score. Graham punts 72 yards to get 
Terps out of trouble after Mattia steals the ball at the goal 
line on a 3rd down play. Seymore loses the baU at the goal 
line on a first down play in 4th qtr to thwart Terp drive. 
Eight penalties hurt Terps along with three fumbles. 









M 




NCS 


First downs 






16 




n 


Rushing yardage 






214 




150 


Passing yardage 






67 




25 


Passes 






6-16 




1-7 


Passes intercepted by 











2 


Punts- average 






4-51.5 




8-37.1 


Own fumbles- lost 






3-3 




2-1 


Penalties-yards lost 






8-68 




2-16 


Maryland 
















N. C. State 


3 


3 





6 




SCORING: 












NCS Charron, 35 FG. 












NCS Charron, 40 FG. 















Seymore turns it on 




CLEMSON 24 - MARYLAND 11 
(Oct. 31, Byrd Stadium) 

Seymore catches Kelly from behind after 58 yd punt 
return in 1st qtr to save touchdown. Fries kicks fg and 
Terps lead 3-0 at the half. Clemson fg ties score 3-3 in 3rd 
qtr. Kelly returns 4th qtr punt 85 yards for score and then 
returns an interception to the two where Seymore again 
caught him from behind. After the score McLaren added a 
68 yard interception for a 21 point 4th qtr. 





C 


M 


First downs 


14 


20 


Rushing yardage 


141 


188 


Passing yardage 


71 


139 


Passes 


6-14 


11-27 


Passes intercepted by 


4 


1 


Punts-average 


3-33.0 


5-42.0 


Own fumbles-lost 


3-1 


4-2 


Penalties-yards lost 


4-45 


3-35 


Clemson 


3 21 


24 


Maryland 3 


8 


11 


SCORING: 






M Fries, 27 FG. 






C Seigler, 22 FG. 






C Kelley, 85 punt return (S 


ieigler kick). 




C Bukowsky, 2 run (Seiglei 


-kick). 




C McLaurin, 68 pass interception (Seigler 


kick). 


M Seymore, 23 pass from S 


hugars 





Venders well stocked 



(Shank pass from Shugars). 



24 




PENN STATE 34 - MARYLAND 
(Nov. 7, Byrd Stadium) 

Penn State uses 12 ball carriers and gains 345 yards 
rushing. Mitchell gained 86 yds rushing for Penn State with 
39 on one play while Seymore gained 62 for the Terps. 
Marshall caught five passes. Terps had 1st down on 27 as 
first half ended and 1st down on 20 in 4th qtr for deepest 
penetration. Wethington blocked pat attempt in first half. 
Terps completed 13 of 26 passes for 194 yards. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 



Penn State 7 

Maryland 



PS 

24 

345 

65 

6-17 

1 

7-40.0 

2-1 

8-77 



M 
16 
43 

194 

13-26 



8-39.9 

4-3 

6-30 



14 




34 




Tucker scores 



SCORING: 

PS 

PS 

PS 

PS 

PS 



Mitchell, 10 run (J. Hull kick). 

Deuel, 3 run (kick blocked). 

Deuel, 6 run (McCord pass from Hufnagel). 

Mitchell, 1 run (J. Hull kick). 

Parsons, 49 run (kick failed). 



MARYLAND 17 - VIRGINIA 14 
(Nov. 21, Scott Stadium) 

Shugars hits Marshall for 46 on first play for Terps and 
then scores on two yard run. Virginia ties score in 2nd qtr 
but Shugars hits Shelton for 10 yd score and Behbahani 
kicks 24 yd field goal with 42 seconds left in half. After 
CavaUer score early in 3rd qtr Terp defense takes over. 
Graham punts dead on the one, Gaines intercepts a pass, 
and Steiner intercepts one. Cavaliers ran away from Roberts 
with only eight of 46 plays going to the right side and none 
in 4th qtr. 



First downs 
Rushing yardage 
Passing yardage 
Passes 

Passes intercepted by 
Punts-average 
Own fumbles-lost 
Penalties-yards lost 

Maryland 7 

Virginia 



10 

7 



M 

18 

157 

106 

6-18 

3 

4-40.2 

4-2 

7-84 






V 

18 

132 

135 

14-34 

1 

4-39.2 

2-1 

7-75 



17 

14 



SCORING: 

M 

V 

M 

M 

V 



Shugars, 2 run (Behbahani kick). 

Brett, 2 run (Carrington kick). 

Shelton, 10 pass from Shugars (Behbahani kick). 

Behbahani, 24 FG. 

Helman, 3 run (Carrington kick). 




Steiner on 42 yard run 



25 



WEST VIRGINIA 20 - MARYLAND 10 
(Nov. 28, Byrd Stadium) 

Mountaineers score twice in final four minutes for 10-0 
lead at half. Seymore gains 89 yds rushing in first half and 
127 in game. Gresham gains 165 for West Virginia. Terps 
pull within three on Tucker's eight yard pass to Demczuk 
but Maryland fumble sets up Mountaineer score from the 
25, on a 4th down pass. Tucker hits Floyd White for 84 yd 
pass play to West Virginia six in final minute but Moun- 
taineers intercept on first down. Ratliff caught six passes in 
game. 





WV 


M 


First downs 


21 


15 


Rushing yardage 


244 


170 


Passing yardage 


202 


154 


Passes 


14-27 


8-23 


Passes intercepted by 


3 





Punts-average 


5-36.8 


9-37.9 


Own fumbles-lost 


3-3 


3-1 


Penalties-yards lost 


3-52 


2-20 


West Virginia 10 


7 3- 


20 


Maryland 


10 - 


10 


SCORING: 






WV Sannuelson, 27 FG. 






WV Braxton, 24 pass from 


Sherwood (Samuelson kick). 


M Demczuk, 8 pass from 


Tucker (Behbahani 


kick). 


WV Potts, 25 pass from Sherwood (Samuelson 


kick). 


M Behbahani, 26FG. 






WV Samuelson, 22 FG. 








Roberts gets another quarterback 











1970 FRESHMAN STATISTICAL LEADERS 








RUSHING 
















PASS RECEIVING 










ATT 


GAIN 


LOST 


NET 


AVG 


LG 


TD 




NO 


YARDS 


LNGST 


TD'S 


Hinkle 


57 


283 


2 


281 


4.9 


66 


3 


Bungori 


29 


632 


89 


7 


James 


48 


209 


8 


201 


4.2 


43 


1 


Lane 


23 


394 


44 


5 


Shenton 


48 


211 


18 


193 


4.0 


39 


1 


Byrne 
Hinkle 


8 
4 


110 
96 


33 
62 


1 
1 


PASSING 
















PUNTING 














ATT 


COMP 


YARDS 




FD'S 




NO 


YARDS 


AVG 


LNGST 


Neville 




134 




78 


1286 




13 


Neville 


17 


663 


39.0 


51 


Oominic 




11 




6 


90 




1 




















SCORING 




























TDPATd 


PAT(2) 


POINTS 
















Bungori 




7 




1 


44 
















Lane 




5 






30 
















Hinkle 




4 


3/4 




27 
















Neville 






11/13 




17 
















Byrne 










8 
















James 










6 
















Kostelnik 








6 
















Shenton 










6 









26 





1971 FRESHMAN ROSTER 






NAME 


POS. 


HGT. 


WGT. 


HIGH SCHOOL 




HOME TOWN 


John Alkire 


End 


6-1 


190 


Fort Hill 




Cumberland, Md. 


Bob Avellini 


QB 


6-3 


195 


New Hyde Park 




New Hyde Park, N.Y. 


Robert Bowen 


Flanker 


6-6 


210 


Moorestown 




Moorestown, N.J. 


Joe Brancato 


RB-LB 


6-0 


205 


Wantagh 




Wantagh, N.Y. 


Guy Dietz 


Def. T 


6-1 


235 


Greenbrier Acad. 
Severna Park 




Passadena, Md. 


Richard DiCaprio 


Def. E 


6-2 


220 


Mt. Pleasant 




Schenectady, N.Y. 


Paul Divito 


Tackle 


6-2 


240 


St. Josephs 




Cleveland, Ohio 


Jim Flyzik 


QB 


6-2 


197 


Lansdale 




Lansdale, Pa. 


Jamie Franklin 


Back 


6-0 


175 


Brentwood 




Brentwood, N.Y. 


Barry Giblin 


Back 


6-1 


190 


Verona 




Verona, N.J. 


Thomas Hibbits 


QB 


6-2 


195 


Haverford 




Havertown, Pa. 


LeRoy Hughes 


Back 


5-10 


185 


Central Dauphin 




Harrisburg, Pa. 


Ben Kinard 


QB-DB 


6-1 


180 


City College 




Baltimore, Md. 


Bob Lange 


Center 


6-2 


210 


St. Josephs 




Cleveland, Ohio 


Courtland Lilley 


Kicker 


6-1 


175 


Wicomico 




Fruitland, Md. 


Richard IViarquart 


Back- LB 


6-1 


190 


Haverford 




Havertown, Pa. 


Steve Mike-Mayer 


Kicker 


5-11 


170 


(in Italy) 




Glen Rock, N.J. 


Mike Modzelewski 


TE-WR 


6-1 


190 


St. Josephs 




Cleveland, Ohio 


Eric Nelson 


Tackle 


6-5 


260 


DeMatha 




Washington, D.C. 


Gary Pozucek 


Tackle 


6-2 


255 


Milford Prep 




Derby, Conn. 


Tom Randazzo 


Def. E 


6-1 


215 


Verona 




Verona, N.J. 


Richard Reitler 


Tackle 


6-1 


215 


Ford City 




McGrann, Pa. 


Jim Richey 


Tackle 


6-5 


210 


Kiski Area 




Leechburg, Pa. 


Frank Russell 


SE-Saf. 


6-0 


170 


Wantagh 




Wantagh, N.Y. 


Jim Santa 


Back- LB 


6-1 


218 


Rye 




Rye, N.Y. 


Kenneth Schroy 


Back 


5-11 


175 


Quakertown 




Quakertown, Pa. 


Keith Sholos 


QB 


6-0 


185 


West Mifflin 




West Mifflin, Pa. 


Robert Smith 


Def. Back 


6-0 


185 


Catasauqua 




Catasauqua, Pa. 


Pat Ulan 


Def. Back 


6-1 


182 


Massanutten Acad 
South Hills High 




Pittsburgh, Pa. 


David Visaggio 


End-LB 


6-1 


215 


Springfield Gardens 


Rosedale, N.Y. 


Alfred Warren 


End-LB 


6-1 


200 


Newark 




Newark, N.Y. 


Randy White 


FB-LB 


6-3 


220 


Thomas McKean 




Wilmington, Dela. 


Roland Williams 


Back-Saf. 


6-3 


200 


Cardinal Spellman 




Brockton, Mass. 


Joe Younge 


End 


6-3 


190 


Central 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


^^■B 


Kl 


■ 




1971 FRESHMAN SCHEDULE 


^^^^^^nEii 


^^H ll 


^^H 


Sept 


24 at Virginia Tech 


3:00 P.M. 


^^^^■■^ 


UUuj 


^H 


Oct. 


1 Virginia 
8 West Virc 


inia 


3:00 P.M. 
3:00 P.M. 


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1970 STATISTICS 



OPPONENTS MARYLAND 

FIRST DOWNS 191 162 

Rushing 99 83 

Passing 73 65 

Penalties 21 14 

TOTAL PLAYS 825 783 

Rushing 560 525 

Passing 265 258 

YARDS GAINED RUSHING 2312 1942 

Yards Lost Rushing 402 400 

NET YARDS GAINED RUSHING 1910 1542 

Average Gain Per Rush 3.4 2.9 

PASSES/ ATT/COMP/INT 252/146/10 258/111/20 

YARDS GAINED PASSING 1571 1492 

Average Gain Per Pass 5.9 4.3 

YARDS GAINED TOTAL OFFENSE 3481 3034 

Average Gain Per Play 4.2 3.9 

INTERCEPTIONS/YARDS RETURNED 20/243 10/107 

PUNTS/YARDS/AVERAGE 69/2604/37.7 79/3180/40.3 

Punt Returns/Yards 43/468 38/217 

Kickoff Returns/Yards 29/698 47/938 

FUMBLES/ LOST 35/23 39/27 

Penalties/Yards 56/612 67/671 

TOUCHDOWNS 30 14 

FIELD GOALS 19/9 15/5 

SAFETY 3 

PAT/KICK 28/24 11/9 

Pass 2/2 3/2 

TOTAL POINTS 241 112 

SCORING 

PLAYER TOUCHDOWNS FIELD GOALS PAT POINTS 

RUN PASS MADE/ATT. KICK PASS 

*Tucker 3 1 8 

•Seymore 12 18 

Thomas 2 1 2 

Fries 3/11 3/3 12 

*Behbahani 2/3 3/3 9 

Mahnic 1 6 

'Miller 1 6 

Dyer 1 (Fum. rec.) 6 

*Shugars 1 6 

*Shelton 1 6 

*Dennczuk 1 6 

*Shank 2 4 

*Soporowski 0/1 3/5 3 

RUSHING 

CARRIES GAIN LOST NET AVG TD LONGEST RUN 

"Seymore 221 981 36 945 4.3 1 42 ag Villanova 

Thomas 95 393 9 384 4.0 2 57 ag North Carolina 

*Shank 41 137 4 133 3.2 llagClemson 

*Shelton 30 105 7 98 3.3 15 ag Virginia 

Mahnic 14 47 3 44 3.1 7 ag N. C. State 

•Marshall 6 31 2 29 4.5 16 ag Miami 

*Miller 12 32 2 30 2.5 11 ag Clemson 

Graham 10 9-9 

•Tucker 67 173 198 -25 3 21 ag Miami 

•Shugars 31 32 129 -97 1 6 ag Penn State 

32 



PASSING 



BLOCKED PAT 



ATT COMP YARDS PCT INT TD'S 



• Gaines ag Miami 
*Wethington ag Penn State 



*Shugars 


175 


75 


836 


.429 


13 


3 


*Tucker 


82 


35 


645 


.427 


7 


3 


'Miller 


1 


1 


11 


1.000 









TOTAL OFFENSE 



PLAYS YARDS AVG 



PASS RECEIVING 
NO YARDS AVG TD LONGEST 



'Seymore 


221 




945 


4.3 


^Shugars 


206 




739 


3.6 


^Tucker 


149 




620 


4.2 


Thomas 


95 




384 


4.0 


Miller 


13 




41 


3.2 


all others same as 


above rush 


ing) 








PUNTING 




NO 


YARDS 




AVG 


LONGEST 


Graham 53 


2140 




40.4 


72 


Fries 26 


1040 




40.0 


50 



* Rati iff 


26 


242 


9.3 




22 


*Seymore 


16 


309 


19.3 


2 


80 


*Shank 


13 


89 


6.8 




17 


•Marshall 


10 


177 


17.7 




46 


•White 


10 


188 


18.8 




84 


•Miller 


7 


82 


11.7 


1 


26 


•Erhard 


7 


131 


18.7 




43 


Mahnic 


6 


90 


15.0 


1 


29 


•Barnes 


6 


77 


12.8 




17 


•Qemczuk 


5 


46 


9.2 


1 


17 


Thomas 


2 


30 


15.0 




19 


•Shelton 


2 


20 


10.0 


1 


10 


•Shugars 


1 


11 


11.0 




11 



INTERCEPTIONS 



KICKOFF RETURNS 
NO YARDS AVG LONGEST 





NO 


YARDS 


LONGEST 




















•Marshall 


21 


469 


22.3 


45 


*Steiner 


2 


51 


42 


Thomas 


12 


224 


18.6 


29 


Greene 


2 


22 


22 


•Shelton 


4 


44 


11.0 


21 


•Brant 


1 


13 


13 


•Massie 


3 


40 


13.3 


19 


Dyer 


1 


4 


4 


Mahnic 


4 


42 


10.5 


12 


•Watkins 


1 


1 


1 


•Shank 


1 


13 


13.0 


13 


*Gaines 


1 








•Demczuk 


2 


42 


21.0 


22 


*Massie 


2 


16 


16 













OPPONENTS FUMBLES RECOVERED 



1970 TACKLE CHART 



6 by •Roberts; 3 by *Watkins; 2 by Dyer, Matti 


a, *Brant; 1 


NAME 


TACKLES 


ASSISTS 


by Burke, 


•Reilly, •McManus, •Steiner, *Branthover. 


Mattia 


68 


45 




SCORING BY OUARTERS 




•Roberts 
•Massie 


48 
43 


23 

14 


MD 
GPP 


19 - 36 - 21 - 36 112 

38 - 84 - 51 - 68 241 




•Watkins 
Dyer 
•steiner 


42 
41 
41 


21 
38 
24 




PUNT RETURNS 




•Cowdrey 
Greene 


40 
35 


18 
24 




NO YARDS AVG LONGEST 


•Wethington 
*Branthover 


27 
23 


17 
18 


Marshall 

Massie 

Greene 


28 192 6.8 
8 25 3.1 
1 -1 -1.0 


41 

11 




•Reilly 
•Brant 
Moore 
•Tate 


19 
18 
13 
10 


14 
5 

11 
6 




BLOCKED FIELD GOALS 




•Gaines 
•Kelly 


7 
6 


3 
4 


Steiner ag South Carolina 
Steiner ag Duke 
Kelly ag Duke 




•McManus 
•Marten 
Gienger 
•Van Sickler 


6 
6 
5 

4 


3 
1 
2 









•Miller 


3 


3 


Denotes Rei 


tiirnina Pl;)ver 




•Tweedy 
•Tiesi 


3 
2 


3 

1 



33 



TERRAPINS IN THE 
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 1970 

Active Players 



Dick Absher '66 
Gary Collins '61 
Tony Greene '71 
Dan Kecman '69 
Roland Merritt '69 
Chip Myrtle '66 
Alan Pastrana '68 
Walter Rock '62 
Dick Shiner '63 
Roger Shoals '62 
Ralph Sonntag '69 
Billy Van Heusen '67 



Linebacker 

Flanker 

Offensive Back 

Linebacker 

Wide Receiver 

Linebacker 

Quarterback 

Tackle 

Quarterback 

Tackle 

Tackle 

Punter 



New Orleans Saints 
Cleveland Browns 
Buffalo Bills 
Denver Broncos 
Washington Redskins 
Denver Broncos 
Denver Broncos 
Washington Redskins 
New York Giants 
Detroit Lions 
Buffalo Bills 
Denver Broncos 



Coaches 



Dick Bielski '54 
Whitey Dovell '50 
Ralph Hawkins '57 
John Idzik '50 
Stan Jones '53 
Dick Modzelewski '52 
Joe Moss '51 
Dick Nolan '53 



Ass't. Coach 
Offensive Line Coach 
Ass't. Coach 
Ass't. Line Coach 
Defensive Line Coach 
Defensive Line Coach 
Ass't. Coach 
Head Coach 



Baltimore Colts 
Denver Broncos 
Buffalo Bills 
Baltimore Colts 
Denver Broncos 
Cleveland Browns 
Philadelphia Eagles 
San Francisco '49ers 








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Jack Scarbath, Quarterback 
All- American, 1952 



Stan Jones, Maryland Tackle 
All- American, 1953 

TERP ALL-AMERICA PLAYERS 



Bob Pellegrini, Maryland Center 
All- American, 1955 



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

1928 - Gerald Snyder, Fullback - Second Team, AP 

1931 - Jess Kiajcovic, 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, 

Players 
Tom Cosgrove, Center - Honorable Mention, AP, 

Players 
Dave Cianeili, 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 

Bemie Faloney, Quarterback - Eight First Teams, All 

Second Teams 
Chester Hanulak, Halfback - Second Team, INS; Honorable 

Mention, 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; Honor- 

able Mention, AP, UP 
Ronnie Waller, Halfback - Honorable Mention, AP^ UP 



AIl- 



AU- 



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 

1955 - Bob PeUegrini, 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, Ex- 
tension; Second Team, UP, NEA, N.Y. Daily News; 
Honorable Mention, 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 Heuiing, 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, 

Sporting 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, Sporting 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 CoUins, 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 Foot- 

ball Coaches Association, Football Writers Associa- 
tion, 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 
1965 - Bob Sullivan, Def. Back - Honorable Mention, AP 

1969 - Ralph Sonntag, Off. Tackle - Honorable Mention, AP 

1970 - Guy Roberts, Def. End - Honorable Mention, AP 



35 



TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 
'Atlantic Coast Sports— Writers Association" 



1953 -FIRST TEAM 

Stan Jones - Tackle 
Jack Bowersox - Guard 
Bemie Faloney - Back 
Chester Hanulak - Back 

SECOND TEAM 

BiU Walker - End 
Bob Morgan - Tackle 
Ralph Felton - Back 

THIRD TEAM 

John Irvine - Center 
Marty Crytzer - End 

PLAYER OF YEAR 

Bernie Faloney - Back 

COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 



1954 -FIRST TEAM 

Bill Walker - End 
Dick Bielski - Back 
Ronnie Waller - Back 

SECOND TEAM 

Bob Pellegrini - Guard 
John Irvine - Center 

THIRD TEAM 
Jack Bowersox — Guard 



1955 -FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Jack Davis - Guard 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 
Ed Vereb - Back 



SECOND TEAM 
Bill Walker - End 
Russell Dennis - End 
Frank Tamburello - Back 

PLAYER OF YEAR 

Bob Pellegrini - Center 

COACH OF YEAR 

Jim Tatum 

JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 

Bob Pellegrini 



1956 -FIRST TEAM 

Mike Sandusky - Tackle 
Jack Davis - Guard 

THIRD TEAM 

Gene Alderton - Center 



1957 -FIRST TEAM 

Ed Cooke - End 

Rod Breedlove - Guard 

SECOND TEAM 
Gene Alderton - Center 



1958 -SECOND TEAM 

Fred Cole - Tackle 
Rod Breedlove - Guard 



1959 -SECOND TEAM 

Tom Gunderman - Guard 
Jim Joyce - Back 



1960- FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins - End 

1961 -FIRST TEAM 

Gary Collins - End 
Bob Hacker - Center 

SECOND TEAM 

Roger Shoals - Tackle 
Bill Kirchiro - Tackle 



1962 -FIRST TEAM 

Walter Rock - Guard 
Dick Shiner - Back 
Tom Brown - Back 

1963 - SECOND TEAM 

Dick Shiner - Back 

1964 -FIRST TEAM 

Jerry Fishman - Guard 

1964 -SECOND TEAM 

Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 
Tom Hickey - Back 

1965 -DEFENSE TEAM 

Bob SulUvan - Back 

1966 - DEFENSE TEAM 
Dick Absher - End 

1969 - OFFENSIVE TEAM 

Ralph Sonntag - Tackle 

JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 

1970 - DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roberts - End 




ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



Dr. John E. Faber, Jr. (Faculty Chairman) 
Dr. Donald Maley (Prof & Head, Ind. Ed.) 
Dr. John M. Dennis (Head Radiology, Bait.) 
Dr. Robert M. Ragan (Head Dept of Civil Engr.) 
Dr. Norman C. Laffer (Prof. Arts & Sciences) 
Dr. Richard F. Davis (Prof & Head, Dairy Science) 
Mr. Howard G. Crist, Jr. (Pres. Alumni Association) 
Mr. Madison Jones (President SGA) 



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36 



TERP LEADERS OVER THE YEARS 
(regular season games) 



SCORING 

97 Bob Shemonski - 1950 

96 Lou Gambino - 1947 

96 Ed Vereb - 1955 

66 Ed Modzelewski - 1951 

55 Daryl Hill - 1963 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick BielskI- 1954 

53 Ralph Felton - 1953 

50 Billy Lovett- 1968 

48 Jimmy Joyce — 1959 

44 Bernardo Bramson — 1964 

42 Stan Lavine — 1949 

42 Dick Scarbath - 1951 

42 Ron Waller- 1954 

42 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 

TOUCHDOWNS SCORED 

16 Lou Gambino - 1947 

16 Bob Shemonskt- 1950 

16 Ed Vereb -1955 

1 1 Ed Modzelewski - 1951 

9 Bernie Faloney — 1954 

8 Jimmy Joyce — 1959 

8 Daryl Hill- 1963 

8 Billy Lovett- 1968 

7 Jack Scarbath - 1951 

7 Stan Lavine - 1949 

7 Ron Waller- 1954 

7 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 

TOUCHDOWN PASSES CAUGHT 

7 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 

7 Daryl Hill- 1963 

4 Tom Brown- 1962 

4 Gary Collins- 1961 

4 Gary Collins- 1960 

4 Gary Collins- 1959 

4 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 

4 Lou Weidensaul - 1952 

4 Lou Weidensaul — 1951 

INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan - 1965 

8 Tom Brown - 1961 
6 Tom Brown- 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney - 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 

5 Tony Greene- 1969 

5 WallyStalnaker- 1968 

5 Jimmy Davidson — 1961 

5 Rod Breedlove - 1958 

5 EdFullerton- 1951 

5 Jim Larue- 1949 

5 John Idzik- 1947 

MOST RUSHING PLAYS 

221 Art Sey more- 1970 

217 Billy Lovett- 1968 

182 Bo Hickey - 1964 

169 Tom Milfer- 1969 

156 Len Chivarini - 1962 

137 Jimmy Joyce - 1959 

137 Billy Lovett - 1967 

125 Lou Gambino - 1947 

116 Jerry Fishman - 1963 

116 Ed Modzelewski - 1 949 

113 Ed Modzelewski - 1 95 1 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

1426 Dick Shiner- 1962 

1395 Alan Pastrana - 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath- 1952 



1186 Dick Shiner- 1963 

1076 Tommy Mont - 1942 

1042 Phil Perry - 1964 

1022 Dick Shiner- 1961 



YARDS GAINED PASSING 

1499 Alan Pastrana- 1966 

1324 Dick Shiner- 1962 

1165 Dick Shiner- 1963 

1149 JackScarbath- 1952 

1076 Tommy Mont - 1942 

1053 Alan Pastrana- 1968 

921 Dick Shiner- 1961 

836 JeffShugars- 1970 

809 Phil Petry - 1964 

796 Dale Betty - 1960 

763 Phil Petry - 1965 

716 JeffShugars- 1969 

MOST PASSES COMPLETED 

121 Dick Shiner- 1962 

108 Dick Shiner- 1963 

102 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

82 Dale Betty - 1960 

81 Alan Pastrana - 1968 

75 Jeff Shugars- 1970 

73 Phil Petry - 1964 

66 Tommy Mont - 1942 

65 Phil Petry - 1965 

59 Jack Scarbath - 1952 

59 Bob Rusevlyn - 1958 

MOST YARDS PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 

557 Tom Brown - 1962 

536 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 

516 Daryl Hill - 1963 

499 Roland Merritt - 1969 

462 Bobby Collins- 1965 

428 Gary Collins- 1961 

422 Pete Augsburger — 1950 

404 Gary Collins - 1960 

MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown - 1962 

43 Daryl Hill - 1963 

32 Lloyd Colteryahn - 1952 

30 Gary Collins- 1960 

30 Gary Collins- 1961 

26 Don Ratliff- 1970 

26 Ernie Arizzi - 1962 

25 Bobby Collins- 1965 

25 Billy Van Heusen - 1966 

25 Pete Augsburger - 1950 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES THROWN 

t7 Alan Pastrana- 1966 

12 Tommy Mont- 1942 

10 Dick Shiner- 1963 

10 Jack Scarbath - 1952 

10 Vic Turyn- 1948 

9 Dale Betty - 1959 

8 JackScarbath - 1951 

7 Dick Shiner- 1961 

6 Stan Lavine - 1949 

6 Vic Turyn- 1947 

6 Charlie Boxold- 1954 

6 Dale Betty - 1960 

6 Alan Pastrana - 1968 



37 



MARYLAND ATHLETIC AWARDS 



The Silvester Watch to the man who typified the best in college athletics. 

1921 Andrew Nelson Nisbet 

1922 Garry Edwin Semler 

1923 George Findley PoUock 

1924 Thomas Jackson McQuade 

1925 Joseph Charles Burger 

1926 WUIiam Carleton Supplee 

1927 M. B. Stevens 

1928 Lewis Walter Thomas 

1929 Gordon Albert Kessler 

1930 WUIiam WUder Evans 
Albert Bogley Heagy 

1931 Louis William Berger 

1932 George Victor Chalmers 

1933 Albert Westle Woods 

1934 Norman Spencer Sothoron 

1935 John William Guckey son 

1936 Louis Augustus Ennis, Jr. 

1937 John Joseph Gormley 

1938 WUIiam Caroal White 

1939 Edwin Roberts Johnson 

1940 George Edward Lawrence 

1 94 1 Robert Herman Smith 

1942 Ralph Mosher Burlin 

1943 1 

1944 _ (No record avaUable 

1945 of award) 
1946'' 



1947 


Thomas Allison Mont, Jr. 


1948 


George Brenner Simler 


1949 


Victor Turyn 


1950 


Joseph Travis Tucker 


1951 


Elmer Horsey Wingate, Jr. 


1952 


James Francis Johnson 


1953 


Paul Nestor 


1954 


Martin Richard Crytzer (sUver medal) 


1955 


Burke L. WUson (sUver medal) 


1956 


Charles E. Wicker 


1957 


Burr Grim 


1958 


Eddie Cooke 


1959 


Thomas Tait 


1960 


James Joyce 


1961 


Dale Betty 


1962 


Clayton A. Beardmore 


1963 


Raymond F. Altman 


1964 


Richard Shiner 


1965 


Michael Cole 


1966 


Neil Brayton 


1967 


James J. McMiUen 


1968 


Franklin T. CosteUo 


1969 


Giancarlo Brandoni 




Gobel Kline 




Roland Merritt 


1970 


David C. Reiss 


1971 


John E. Baker 



The Maryland Ring, a memorial to Charles L. LInhardt, Jr., to the Maryland male resident who is adjudged the best 
athlete of the year. 

FootbaU winners include: 

1952 Dave Cianelli - Back 1966 George Stem - Back 

1953 John Alderton - End 1967 Alan Pastrana - Quarterback 
1960 Rod Breedlove - Guard 1971 Anthony E. Greene 

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 

1958 Perry C. Moore - basketball, track 

1959 Thomas Tait - track 

1960 Bjorn Andersen - track 

1961 Nick Kovalakides - track 

1962 Stephen Hameroff - track 

1963 Raymond Altman - lacrosse 



1964 David Nardo - football 

1965 Donald E. Dunphy - swimming 

1966 Larry Bagranoff - football, lacrosse 

1967 Steven H. Rosen - golf 

1968 WUUam S. Betts - track 

1969 BUly Lovett - football 

1970 Thomas MUroy - basketball 

1971 Patrick M. Burke - football 



The Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy to the unsung hero of the season. 



1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 WUbur Main - Center 

1958 Ted Kershner - Back 

1959 Joe Gardi - Tackle 

1960 Leroy Dietrich - Center 

1961 Dick Barlund - End 

1962 Murnis Banner - Halfback 



1963 
1964 
1965 
1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 



George Stem - Halfback 
John Kenny - End 
Charles KrahUng - Center 
Bobby Collins - Back 
Pat Baker - Back 
Rick Carlson - End 
Paul E. Fitzpatrick - Back 
Robert J. MacBride 



The George C. Cook Memorial Scholarship Trophy to a member of the football team with the highest scholastic 
average. 

1962 Don White - Quarterback 1966 

1963 Dave Nardo - End 1967 

1964 Dave Nardo - End 1968 

1965 Bruce Springer - Back 1969 



1970 



Larry Bagranoff - Tackle 
Chuck Tine - Tackle 
Ralph Friedgen — Guard 
WUIiam Grant - End 
Ralph H. Friedgen - Guard 
Patrick M. Burke 



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 - FootbaU 1967 Steven H. Rosen - Golf 

1965 Donald E. Dunphy - Swimming 1968 WUUam S. Betts - Swimming 

1966 Tom Bichy - Baseball 1969 David Werchen - Tennis 

1970 Alfred J. Szczerbicki - Lacrosse 

1971 Patrick M. Burke 



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



1 95 Bob Ward - Guaid 1 95 7 

1 95 1 Bob Ward - Guard 1 95 8 

1952 William Maletzky -^ Guard 1959 

1953 Stan Jones - Tackle 1960 

1954 Bob Pellegrini - Guard 1961 

1955 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 1962 



Don Healy - Tackle 1964 

Fred Cole - Tackle 1965 

Tom Gunderman - Guard 1966 

Garry Collins - End 1967 

Bill Kirchiro - Tackle 1968 

Dave Crossan - Tackle 1969 



Fred Joyce - Guard 
Dick Absher - End 
Dick Absher - End 
Jim LavTusky - Linebacker 
Ron Pearson - End 
Peter Mattia - Tackle 



1967 


Tom Myslinski 


1968 


Tom Plevin 


1969 


Peter Mattia 


1970 


Peter Mattia 



Bob Beall-Tommy Marcos Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 

1970 Guy M. Roberts - End 

Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy to the outstanding tackle. 

1959 KurtSchwarz 1963 OlafDrozdov 

1960 Tom Sakovich 1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1961 Bill Kirchiro 1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1962 Dave Crossan 1966 TomCichowski 

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 
Bob Ward - Guard 
Ed Fullerton - Back 
Bemie Faloney - Back 
Jolm Irvine — Center 
Bob Pellegrini - Center 
Mike Sandusky - Tackle 



1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955 
1956 



1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 



Gene Alderton - Center 
Bob Rusevlyan - Back 
Kurt Schwarz - Tackle 
Vincent Scott - End 
Gary Collins - End 
Tom Brown - Halfback 
Bob Burton — HaUback 



1964 


Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 


1965 


George Stem - Back 


1966 


Dick Absher - End 


1967 


Lou Stickel - Back 


1968 


Billy Lovett - Fullback 


1969 


Kenneth B. Dutton - Back 


1970 


Peter Mattia - 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 
SPECIAL TERRAPIN AWARDS 



BEST OFFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Chester Hanulak - Halfback 

1953 Ralph Felton - Fullback 

1954 Ron WaUer - Halfback 

1955 Ed Vereb - Halfback 

1956 Fred HamUton - Halfback 

1957 Bob Rusevlyan - Quarterback 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - Quarterback 

1959 Jim Joyce — Fullback 

1960 Dale Betty - Quarterback 

1961 Dick Shiner - Quarterback 

1962 Tom Brown - Halfback 

1963 Dick Shiner - Quarterback 

1964 Tom Hickey - Tailback 

1965 Walt Marciniak - FuUback 

1966 Alan Pastrana - Quarterback 

1967 Billy Lovett - FuUback 

1968 Billy Lovett - Fullback 

1969 Tom Miller - Fullback 

1970 Art Seymore - Halfback 

BEST OFFENSIVE LINEMAN 

1952 Tom Cosgrove - Center 

1953 Marty Crytzer - End 

1954 Jack Bowersox - Guard 

1955 Russell Dennis - End 

1956 Al Wharton - Tackle 

1957 Tom Gunderman - Guard 

1958 Fred Cole - Tackle 

1959 Tom Gunderman - Guard 

1960 Bob Hacker - Center 

1961 Roger Shoals - Tackle 

1962 Roger Shoals - Tackle 

1963 Gene Feher - Center 

1964 Joe Frattaroli - Guard 

1965 Matt Arbutina - Tackle 

1966 Tom Cichowski - Tackle 

1967 Ron Pearson - Guard 

1968 Bill Meister - Guard 

1969 Bill Meister - Guard 

1970 Pat Burke - Guard 



BEST DEFENSIVE BACK 

1952 Ed FuUerton - Halfback 

1953 Dick Nolan - Halfback 

1954 Joe Homing - Halfback 

1955 Lynn Beightol - Quarterback 

1956 Bob Rusevlyan - Quarterback 

1957 Bob Layman - Halfback 

1958 Jim Joyce - FuUback 

1959 Dwayne Fletcher - Quarterback 

1960 Jim Davidson - Quarterback 

196 1 Tom Brown - Halfback 

1962 Joe Hrezo - FuUback 

1963 Ernie Arizzi - Halfback 

1964 Bob SuUivan - Halfback 

1965 Fred Cooper - Halfback 

1966 Lou Stickel - Halfback 

1967 Bob Colben - Halfback 

1968 Kenny Dutton - Halfback 

1969 Tony Greene - Safety 

1970 Tony Greene - Safety 

BEST DEFENSIVE LINEMAN 

1952 John Alderton - End 

1953 Bob Morgan - Tackle 

1954 Tom McLuckie - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 

1957 Rod Breedlove - Guard 

1958 Ben Scotti - End 

1959 Rod Breedlove - Guard 

1960 Tom Sankovich - Tackle 

1961 Dave Crossan — Tackle 

1962 Walter Rock - Guard 

1963 Joe Ferrante — Guard 

1964 Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 

1965 Larry Bagranoff - Tackle 

1966 Jim Lavrusky - Linebacker 

1967 Mike Grace - Guard 

1968 Henry Gareis - End 

1969 Peter Mattia - Tackle 

1970 Guy Roberts - 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 Ehner Wingate vs. George Washington, 1948 

2 by Stan Kamash vs. George Washington, 1949 

2 by Pete Augsburger vs. South CaroUna, 1949 

2 by Henry Fox vs. Georgetown, 1949 

2 by Lloyd Colteryahn vs. LSU, 1952 

2 by BUI Walker vs. Alabama, 1953 

2 by Gary Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 

2 by BUly 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 CaroUna, 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 

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) 

35 by Jeff Shugars vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (completed 19) 

Most Passes Completed 

19 by Jeff Shugars vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (35 attempts) 

Best Completion Percentage (Minimum, 10 attempts) 

.800 by Tommy Mont vs. Bainbridge, 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 Lavine 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 CaroUna 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 HUl vs. Qemson, 1963 

Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 

142 yards by Roland Merritt vs. Miami (Ohio) on 6 catches (one an 
82 yard touchdown play), 1969 

Longest Scoring Pass and Run 

92 yards by Stan Lavme 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. CaroUna, 

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, o'n 32-yards 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, 1966 
Most Passes Intercepted 
3 by Bob Shemonski vs. Georgia, 1951 
3 by Tom Brown vs. Air Force, 1961 
3 by Bob SuUivan vs. Navy, 1965 
Most Yards Gained On Interception Runbacks 
111 yards by Dick Lewis vs. North CaroUna 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 Bemie Faloney vs. LSU, 1952 

Longest Scoring Run Of Intercepted Pass By Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 194 1 

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

11 by Greg Fries vs. Clemson, 1968, Syracuse, 1969 
Most Total Yards Punting 

510 by BiU 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. VMl, 1916, 

but records are incomplete. Kick may have been measured from 

point of kick, not from Une 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 CoUinsvs. Syracuse, 1965 (41 yards) 
Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North CaroUna 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 



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Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 by Lairy Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 (129 yards) 

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 Une, 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 
SCORING 
Highest Score 

Maryland 80 - Washington College 0, 1927 

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 

Bemie Faloney) 
4 vs. George Washington, 1954 (2 by Frank Tamburello, 1 by 

Charles Boxold, 1 by Lynn Beightol) 
Most Touchdowns 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) 

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) 
Ovs. Missouri, 1951 (3 attempts) 
Fewest Passes Attempted 

1 vs. Michigan State, 1944 
1 vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

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 

13vs. S.M.U., 1962 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

0-13 times, last vs. Wake Forest, 1969 

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) 
Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI, 1945 vs. South Carolina, 1959 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 vs. West Virginia, 1960 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 vs. Virginia, 1960 



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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 

Ovs. Duke, 1941 

Most Penalties By Opponents 

15 by Miami, 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 

135 by North Carohna, 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) 
Most Touchdown Passes Caught 
7 by Darryl 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 LP'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 BiUy Lovett, 1968, 10 games 
904 by Lou Gambino, 1947, 10 games 
834 by Ed Modzelewski, 1951, 9 games 

Note: Ray Poppleman gained 1,350 yards in 1931 but his total is 
believed 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 pliB 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 

221 by Art Seymore in 11 games, 1970 

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 I ntercepted 

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

Most Yards Returning Intercepted Passes 

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

OTHERS 
Most Punts 

72 by Greg Fries, 1968 and 1969 (each 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. 
28 by Larry Marshall Ln 11 games, 1970. 

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 

469 by Larry Marshall on 21 returns, 1970 

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 



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Most Field Goals Scored 

9 in 1964 (all by Bernardo Biamson) 
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) 
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 1 1-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 

258 in 11 games, 1970 (111 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 
79 in 11 games, 1970 
Most Yards All Punts 
2,832 in 10 games, 1969 (73 punts); 3180 in 11 games, 1970 

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 

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 
1953-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) inch 

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. 

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 BiUy 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 195.2 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 



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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 

23 by Alan Pastrana, 20 games, 1966 and 1968 



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 



YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS 



MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1892 (0-3-0) 

St. 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. Col. . 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 

32 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 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 

West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock Hill Col 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West. Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 40 

Delaware Col 34 

St. Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

\''estern Hi 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

6 Episcopal Hi 34 

5 Gonzaga Hi 11 

15 Georgetown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char. Hall. Ac 



1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Del. Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 11 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col 11 

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 Olympia Ath 

Wash. Col 

Mt. St. Marys 5 

6 West. Md 26 

U. of Md 5 

Johns Hopkins 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. Marys 2 

6 West. Md 

11 U. of Md 

Dela. Col 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran. Macon 

Ftress Monroe 

1 1 Mt. St. Marys 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

U. of Md 6 

Dela. Col 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait. Poly In 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Navy 17 

17 Wm. & Mary 

28 Mt. St. Josephs 

27 St. Johns 5 

Wash. Col 17 

23 U. of Md 5 

Dela. Col 12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

5 Tech. Hi 

22 Bait. City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

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 11 

Navy 12 

6 Mt. St. Marys 12 

10 Geo. Washington 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8-0) 

5 Central High 

5 Tech. High 6 

Richmond Col 22 

Johns Hopkins 10 

Navy 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred'bgCol 10 

12 Balto. Poly 6 

St. Johns 31 

Wash. Col 11 

Geo. Washington 57 

1909 (2-50) 

Richmond Col 12 

Johns Hopkins 9 

Tech. High 11 

5 Rock Hill 

George Washington 26 

N. C. State 31 

14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col 

1 1 Johns Hopkins 11 

21 Catholic U 

1 1 George Washington 

V.M.I 8 

St. Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 

1911 (4-4-2) 

6 Tech. High 

R ichmond 

5 Fred'bg Col 

Central High 14 

3 Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

St. Johns 27 

5 Wash. Col 17 

6 West. Md 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

31 Tech. High 6 

46 Richmond Col 

58 U. of Md 

13 Johns Hopkins 

St. Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 

17 West. Md 7 

13 Penn. Mil. Col 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Balto City 10 

45 Richmond Col 

26 Johns Hopkins 

46 West. Md 

Navy 76 

13 St. Johns 

26 Wash. Col 



44 



Gallaudet 13 

7 Penn. Mil. 27 

1914 (5-3-0) 

Balto. Poly 6 

6 Catholic U ' 

13 West. Md 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

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 

28 Wash. Col 13 

51 West. Md 

Johns Hopkins 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 Hopkins 

1917 (4-3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

Navy 62 

14 V.M.I 14 

29 Wake Forest 13 

6 N. estate 10 

13 St. Johns 3 

Penn. State 57 

7 Johns Hopkins 

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 Hopkins 

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 Hopkins 



UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7-2-0) 

54 Randolph Macon 

Rutgers 6 

Princeton 35 

14 Catholic U 

27 Wash. Col 

7 Va. Poly 

13 North Carolina 

1 Syracuse 7 

24 Johns Hopkins 7 



1921 (3-5-1) 

3 R utgers 

Syracuse 42 

3 St. Johns 7 

10 Va. Poly 7 

7 North Carolina 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 Carolina 27 

Va. Poly 21 

3 Yale 45 

3 Johns Hopkins 

54 Catholic U 

7 N. C. State 6 

1923 (7-2-1) 

53 Randolph Macon 

3 Pennsylvania 

23 Richmond 

7 Va. Poly 16 

14 North Carolina 

26 St. Johns 

14 Yale 16 

26 N. estate 12 

40 Catholic U 6 

6 Johns Hopkins 6 

1924 (3-3-3) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee 19 

38 Richmond 

Va. Poly 12 

6 North Carolina 

Catholic U 

Yale 47 

N. C. State 

Johns Hopkins 

1925 (2-5-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

16 Rutgers 

Va. Poly 3 

Virginia 6 

North Carolina 16 

14 Yale 43 

3 Washington & Lee 7 

7 Johns Hopkins 7 

1926 (5-4-1) 

63 Wash. Col 

South Carolina 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Carolina 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L 3 

17 Johns Hopkins 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash. Col 

26 South Carolina 

6 North Carolina 7 

13 Va. Poly 7 

10 V.M.I 6 

6 W. & L 13 

6 Yale 30 

Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hopkins 14 

6 Florida 7 

45 



1928 (6-3-1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 

13 West. Md . 6 

V.M.I 

6 Va. Poly 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. & L 

26 Johns Hopkins 6 

1929 (4-4-2) 

34 Wash. Col 7 

North Carolina 43 

6 South Carolina 26 

13 Gallaudet 6 

6 V.M.I 7 

13 Virginia 13 

13 Yale 13 

24 Va. Poly 

39 Johns Hopkins 6 

West. Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

60 Wash. Col 6 

13 Yale 40 

21 North Carolina 28 

21 St. Johns 13 

20 V.M.I 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W. & L 7 

13 V. Poly 7 

Navy 6 

21 Johns Hopkins 

7 Vanderbilt 22 

West. Md 7 

1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

7 Virginia 6 

6 Navy 

6 Kentucky 6 

41 V.M.I 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderbilt 39 

13 W. & L 7 

35 Johns Hopkins 14 

41 West. Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col 

6 Virginia 7 

Va. Poly 23 

Duke 34 

24 St. Johns 7 

12 V.M.I 7 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 28 

6 W. & L 

23 Johns Hopkins 

7 West. Md 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St. Johns 

Va. Poly 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V.M.I 19 

7 WestMd 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke 38 

27 Johns Hopkins 7 

33 W. & L 13 

Florida 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St. Johns 

W. & L 7 

13 Navy 16 

14 Va. Poly 9 

21 Florida 



20 Virginia 

23 V.M.I 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown 

19 Johns Hopkins 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St. Johns 6 

7 Va. Poly 

North Carolina 33 

6 V.M.I 

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 Carolina 14 

21 Virginia 

12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V.M.I 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 

1 3 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V.M.I 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.I 47 

7 Florida 21 

7 Georgetown 14 

19 W. & L 13 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.-Syd 

1 2 West. Md 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 

Florida 14 

Georgetown 20 

Penn State 12 

V.M.I 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.I 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.I 27 

6 W. & L 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 Lake NAS 

27 Rutgers 13 

V.M.I 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 46 

21 V.M.I 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.I 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.I 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolina 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Carolina 33 

6 Va. Poly 

7 W. & M 41 

17 South Carolina 21 

24 W. & L 7 

14 Mich. State 26 

7 N. C. State 28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va. Poly 19 

27 West Va 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

N. C. State 

(Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washington 

27 Miami 13 



19 South Carolina . . . ." 7 

20 North Carolina 49 

Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Va 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va. Poly 7 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. estate 6 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 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. estate 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 7 

7 North Carolina 7 

41 West Va 

63 V.P.I 7 

1951 (10-0-0) 

54 W. & L 14 

33 George Washington 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Carolina 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 Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 South Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 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 13 

33 North Carolina 

7 Miami (Fla.) 9 

20 South Carolina 

42 N. estate 14 

16 Clemson 

48 George Washington 6 

74 Missouri 13 



46 



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

13 Missouri 12 

7 U.C.L.A 

20 Baylor : . . . 6 

28 Walce Forest 7 

25 North Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carolina 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

*6 Oklahoma 20 

*(Orange Bowl) 

1956 (2-7-1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest 

Baylor 14 

6 Miami (Fla) 13 

6 North Carolina 34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentucky : 14 

6 Clemson 6 

South Carolina 13 

25 N. C. State 14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A&M 21 

13 N. estate 48 

Duke 14 

27 Wake Forest 

21 North 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. estate 6 

Clemson 8 

10 Texas A&M 14 

North Carolina 27 

7 Auburn 20 

10 South 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 North Carolina 7 

6 South 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. estate 13 

19 Clemson 17 

14 Wake Forest 13 

15 South Carolina 

9 Penn State 28 

22 North Carolina 19 

44 Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

14 SMU 6 

24 Clemson 21 

22 Syracuse 21 

8 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 

10 South 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 North Carolina 13 

24 Miami 28 

1 3 South Carolina 11 

7 Penn State 23 

7 Duke 10 

14 Clemson 17 

40 Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

14 N. C. State 36 

13 South Carolina 21 

12 Duke 30 

7 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 14 

32 Wake Forest 

15 Penn State 17 

7 Navy 42 

6 Clemson 21 

21 Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5) 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Carolina 6 

13 N. C. State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Carolina 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 North Carolina 12 

7 N. C. State 29 

27 South 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 West Va 9 

14 South 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 

North Carolina 14 

South Carolina 31 

3 Penn State 38 

7 Clemson 28 

1 7 Wake Forest 35 

7 Virginia 12 



1968 (2-8) 

14 Florida St 24 

14 Syracuse 32 

28 Duke 30 

33 North Carolina . 24 

21 South Carolina 19 

11 N. estate 31 

14 Wake Forest 38 

Clemson 16 

13 Penn State 57 

23 Virginia 28 

1969 (3-7) 

7 West Virginia 31 

7 N. C. State 24 

19 Wake Forest 14 

9 Syracuse 20 

20 Duke 7 

South Carolina 17 

Clemson 40 

21 Miami (Ohio) 34 

Penn State 48 

17 Virginia 14 

1970 (2-9) 

3 Villanova 21 

12 Duke 13 

20 North Carolina 53 

11 Miami 18 

7 Syracuse 23 

21 South Carolina 15 

N. C. State 6 

11 Clemson 24 

Penn State 34 

17 Virginia 14 

10 West Virginia 20 



ACC STATISTICAL LEADERS 




Terps 1953-1970 


Total Offense 


1426 


Dick Shiner, 1962 


Rushing 


753 


Chet Hanulak, 1953 


602 


Len Chiaverini, 1962 


587 


RonWaUer, 1954 


567 


Jim Joyce, 1959 


Interceptions 


10 


Bob Sullivan, 1965 


8 


Tom Brown, 1961 


6 


Tom Brown, 1962 


5 


RodiBreedlove, 1958 


5 


Tony Greene, 1969 


4 


Ernie Arizzi, 1963 




TERPTOPTEN 




GROUND GAINERS 


963 Billy Lovett, 1968 


945 


Art Seymore, 1970 


904 


Lou Gambino, 1947 


894 


Bo Hickey, 1964 


834 


Ed Modzelewski - 1951 


753 


Chet Hanulak, 1952 


642 


EdVereb, 1955 


629 


Tom Miller, 1969 


625 


Ed Modzelewski, 1949 


602 


Len Chiaverini, 1962 



47 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



MARYLAND AGGIES 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



Year Head Coach 



1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1907 
1908 
1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913 
1914 
1915 



W L T 

*W. W. Skinner 3 

*S. H. Harding 6 

•J. G. Bannon 3 3 

No Team 

•Grenville Lewis 

•John Lillibridge 

•J. F. Kenly 

*S. M. Cooke 

*F. H. Peters 

*E. 8. Dunbar 

D. John Markey 

D. John Markey 

D. John Markey 

Fred Nielsen 

Fred Nielsen 

C. G. Church & C. W. Melick 

Bill Lang 

Barney Cooper & E. P. Larkin 

R. Alston 

C. F. Donnelly & H. C. Byrd 

\h. C. Byrd 



6 2 2 
2 4 

2 5 
1 4 

3 4 1 
7 
5 
4 
4 
4 
3 
6 
8 
5 
3 
4 
1 
3 
3 
3 



1916) 
1917 
1918 
1919 



MARYLAND STATE 



H. C. Byrd 



6 2 

4 3 1 

4 1 1 

5 4 



1920 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947- 

1948 

1949- 

1950 

1951 - 

1952 

1953- 

1954 

1955- 



> H. C. Byrd 



Jack Faber 

Frank M. Dobson 

Jack Faber, Al Heagy 
Al Woods 
Clark Shaughnessy 
Clarence Spears 
Clarence Spears 
Paul "Bear" Bryant 
Clark Shaughnessy 



►Jim Tatum 



7 
3 
4 
7 
3 
2 
5 
4 
6 
4 
7 
8 
5 
3 
7 
7 
6 
8 
2 
2 
2 
3 
7 
4 
1 
6 
3 
7 
6 
9 
7 

10 
7 

10 
7 

10 



1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 >, 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 V 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 



Tommy Mont 



V Tom Nugent 



Lou Saban 
Bob Ward 
Bob Ward 
Roy Lester 
Roy Lester 



78 Year Totals 



362 322 36 



*Teams coached by captains 

a Gator Bowl co-champlons, tied 

Georgia, 20-20 
b Gator Bowl champions, defeated 

Missouri, 20-7 
c Sugar Bowl champions, defeated 

Tennessee, 28-13 
d National champions, lost to Oklahoma 

in Orange Bowl 
e Orange Bowl, lost to Oklahoma, 6-20 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L 



Air Force Acad 

Alabama 

Alex. High 

American Univ 

Auburn Univ 

Bainbridge Training . . . 
Baltimore City Col. . . . 
Baltimore Med. Col. . . . 

Baltimore Poly 

Baylor Univ 

Bethel Mil. Acad 

Boston Univ 

Business High 

UCLA 

Carnegie Tech 

Catholic Univ 

Central High 

Charlotte Hall Mil 

Chicago Univ 

Clemson Univ 

Clifton Ath. Club 

Columbia Ath. Club . . . 

Connecticut 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard 

Delaware 

Dickinson Col 

Duke Univ 

Duquesne Univ 

Eastern High ......... . 

Episcopal High 

Univ. of Florida 

Florida State 

Fortress Monroe 

Fredericksburg Col. . . . 




1 

1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 




1 
1 
1 

2 

1 
9 

1 

1 
5 

13 


3 
7 
2 


















1 

2 



1 




1 








1 





Gallaudet 9 6 1 

Georgetown Univ 6 9 

Georgetown Prep 1 1 

George Washington 10 3 

Univ. of Georgia 3 1 1 

Gibralter Ath. Club 1 

Gonzaga High 1 1 

Greenville (SO AAB ... 1 

Guilford Col 1 

Gunton Temple Bapt. Ch. 10 

Hampden-Sydney 2 2 

Haverford Col 2 

Indiana Univ 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 11 5 

Univ. of Kentucky 1 1 1 

Lakehurst Nav. AirSt. .. 10 

Louisiana State Univ. ... 3 

U. S. Marine Barracks ... 1 

Merchant Marine Acad. . 10 

Miami (Florida) 5 4 

Miami (Ohio) 1 

Michigan State 1 4 

Mississippi 1 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 1 

Mt. Washington Club ... 1 

Navy 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

Univ. of N.C 14 20 1 

N. estate 11 14 2 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olympia Ath. Club 1 

48 



Orient Ath. Club 1 

Pennsylvania 1 4 

Penn State 1 16 

Penn Military 3 1 

Princeton 2 

Randolph Macon Col. ... 02 1 

Rich. Army Air Base ... 1 

Richmond Univ 9 5 2 

Rock Hill Col 3 1 

Rutgers Univ 4 3 

St. Johns Col 18 11 

Univ. of S. C 17 10 

SMU 2 

Swarthmore Col 1 

Syracuse Univ 5 11 1 

Tech. High 5 2 

Univ. of Tenn 1 2 

Univ. of Texas 2 

Texas A&M 2 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Univ 1 

Vanderbilt 1 5 

Villanova 1 

Virginia 19 14 2 

Virginia Mil. Inst 12 9 2 

Virginia Tech 14 10 

Wake Forest 12 6 1 

Walbrook Ath. Club 1 

Washington & Lee 13 5 2 

Washington Col 18 3 1 

Western High 1 

Western Md 18 13 1 

West Va 7 4 2 

Williams Mary 1 2 

Yale Univ 2 8 1 




DR. CHARLES EDWIN BISHOP 

CHANCELLOR COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS 

Dr. Charles Bishop, as the first Chancellor of the College 
Park Campus, completed his first year of administering the 
34,500-student campus in September. 

The 49 year old North Carolina educator is regarded as a 
"humanitarian" who "relates well to students and faculty 
alike." 

Dr. Bishop came to the University of Maryland from the 
Consolidated University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 
where he served as vice president for research and pubUc 
service programs. He has been a member of the North 
Carolina State University faculty since 1950. 

He received a doctor of philosophy degree in economics 
from the University of Chicago in 1952, after earning his 
master's degree in agricultural economics from the Univer- 
sity of Kentucky in 1 948 and his bachelor of science from 
Berea College, Kentucky in 1946. 



DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

The twenty-first president of the University of Mary- 
land, Dr. Wilson H. Elkins, is serving his seventeenth year in 
that office. He came to Maryland in September of 1954 
from Texas Western College, a branch of the University 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. 

His B.Litt. and Ph.D. degrees are from Oxford University 
where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. 

President Elkins' administration at Maryland has been 
marked by great growth and 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 stu- 
dents. 

Dr. Elkins serves this year as President of the National 
Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges; 
President, Southern University Conference; member of the 
Steering Committee, Education Commission of the States; 
and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Federal 
Reserve Bank of Richmond. He is a member of the 
Southern Regional Education Board, is past President of 
the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools, and recently completed a term of office as Secre- 
tary of the American Council on Education. 



UNIVERSITY 
OFFICIALS 




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ALFRED J. HANLON 



ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS 

Alfred J. Hanlon is concerned primarily with prepara- 
tion and supervision of athletic budgets, scheduling, and 
organization and coordination of recruiting programs. 

After directing the Maryland Air Force ROTC program 
for two years, Hanlon retired 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 squadron 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 Com- 
mendation Medal, and the Presidential Unit Citation Badge. 

Hanlon is married to the former Barbara Foster of 
Boston. They have three children, Christopher, 28, Brenda, 
26, and Mark, 24. 




DIM MONTERO 




Assistant to Director of Athletics 
and to the Head Football Coach 

Dim Montero serves as assistant to Jim Kehoe, director 
of athletics and Roy Lester, head football coach in the 
areas of admissions, academics and recruiting. He will also 
serve in an advisory capacity with the freshman football 
program. 

Montero is in his fifth season on the Maryland staff after 
an impressive ten-year coaching record at Salesianum High 
School, Wilmington, Delaware, where his teams won 70, 
lost 10, and tied three. 

He was named the National Cathohc Coach of the Year 
in 1964 when Salesianum was unbeaten in nine games. He 
was Delaware's coach of the year in 1956. In four seasons, 
his teams were undefeated, and compiled winning streaks of 
29 and 22 games. 

Montero is a graduate of LaSalle University of Phila- 
delphia where he achieved Little All-America recognition. 

He 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. 



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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 Confer- 
ence, of which he was president last year. 

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




Dr. Stanford A. Lavine — Team Physician 

Dr. Stanford A. Lavine is Terrapin Team Physician. 

As a quarterback on the 1949 Maryland eleven, Stan 
estabUshed 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 completed 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 Physical Education. He was an 
assistant trainer for several years before becoming head 
trainer at Dartmouth in 1962. He was director of District 
III for the National Athletic Trainers Association in 1958. 

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




ASSISTANT TRAINER - Robert James Weir 

Jim Weir, a 10 year veteran of the United States Navy, 
joined the athletic department as assistant trainer in 1970. 
He trained for three years at the Naval Academy under Red 
Romo as a Hospitalman 2nd class in the Navy. 

A native of Chelsea, Michigan he attended Olivet College 
prior to entering the Navy and is a graduate of the Navy 
Physical Therapy Technician School. 

Jim, 32, and his wife Merlene have two sons James, 8, 
and Robert 5. 



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ASSISTANT COACHES 



Joe Mark (William & Mary '51) 

Offensive Line Coach 

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

He was graduated from the 
College of William & Mary in 
1951 where he later was 
awarded his Masters Degree 
also. 

^^^W" M '^^ His first coaching assign- 

^^^HA Mf ment was as an assistant at 

■f^' * William & Mary in 1953. He 

then moved to Vero Beach, 
Florida High School as head coach where his teams won 1 5 
and lost only five. 

He returned to William & Mary in 1956 and three years 
later began an eight year career at North Carolina, starting 
as freshman coach and then moving up to the varsity. His 
final two years at North Carolina he headed the Tar Heel 
offense. 

Born June 24, 1929, he is married to the former Faith 
Ann DeBolt. They have two children Joe Jr. 1 5 and Alyson 
12. 




George Boutselis (North Carolina '63) 

Linebacker Coach and Defensive Coordinator 

George Boutselis is a 
former quarterback and has 
coached both offensive backs 
and the defensive secondary. 
He played his college foot- 
ball at North Carolina where 
he received his BS degree in 
Industrial Relations. 

For four seasons he was an 
assistant coach at North 
Carolina working with the 
offensive backs for two years 
and then two years with the 
defensive secondary. 
He moved to the University of Cincinnati in 1967 and 
spent two years with the Bearcats, developing and per- 
fecting his ideas about defensive football. 

A native of Harrisburg, Pa., the 30 year-old Boutselis is 
single, an ardent golfer and a music fan. 

He is an outstanding recruiter. For the first time at 
Maryland he will have experience and depth among his line- 
backing corp. 




Ron Rice (West Virginia Tech '59) 

Defensive Secondary Coach 

Ron Rice, one of the most 
successful high school 
coaches in Virginia, joined 
Roy Lester's staff this past 
spring and will work with the 
defensive secondary. 

Rice, a native of Belle, 
West Virginia, coached at 
Handley High School in Win- 
chester, Va., the past five 
years compiling an impressive 
43-5-2 record, including two 
undefeated teams. 

Rice's record over the past 
seven years shows only seven losses against 61 victories. The 
33 year old coach played college football at West Virginia 
Tech before coaching at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia high 
school and later at Warren high in Vincent, Ohio. He earned 
his Master's degree in Mathematics from the University of 
Virginia. 

Coach Rice won the 'Outstanding Young Educator' 
aware in 1969 from the Winchester Jaycees and is the only 
coach to win the Winchester Evening Star Coach of the year 
award two years in a row. 

Coach Rice and his wife Melba have one son, David age 
nine. 




William "Billy" Joe (Villanova '63) 

Running Backs Coach 

"BiUy" Joe joined Roy 
Lester's staff this past spring 
and will work with the run- 
ning backs this fall. 

Joe came to Maryland 
from Cheyney State College 
where he was Assistant Direc- 
tor of Placement, Head Track 
Coach and Offensive Coor- 
dinator for the football team. 
As a undergraduate he was 
accorded All-America honors 
in football and track at Villa- 
nova. He was drafted by the 
Washington Redskins but signed with Denver in the AFL 
and went on to a brilliant professional career. He was ac- 
corded Rookie of the Year honors in 1963 and was on the 
AFL championship team at Buffalo in 1965. He was with 
Miami for a year and the Jets three years. He was on the 
Super Bowl team with the Jets. 

While at Villanova he represented the US in the Pan 
American games, placing second in the shot put. He was 
voted MVP honors in both the Sun Bowl and Liberty Bowl 
games while at Villanova. 

He is married to the former Cora Watts of Jenkintown, 
Pa. They have a daughter Candace 4. 




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ASSISTANT COACHES 



Fred O'Connor (East Stroudsburg State '62) 

Quarterbacks & Receivers Coach 

Fred O'Connor joined the 
Maryland staff this past 
spring as coach of the Terra- 
pin quarterbacks and re- 
ceivers. 

Prior to joining the Terps 
he served in the same capac- 
ity at Villanova for a year and 
was the offensive coach at 
C. W. Post College in Brook- 
vUle, New York for four 
years. 

He began his coaching 

career in 1962 at Oceanside 

high school in Oceanside, New York. After two years there 

he moved to Newfield high in Centerreach, New York for 

two years before joining C. W. Post. 

His Villanova offense ranked first in the East last year 
and ninth in the nation in passing. 

His top receiver at Villanova last year Mike Siani caught 
74 passes ranking fourth in the nation and was second in 
touchdown passes caught. 

O'Connor and his wife Margaret have two children, Fred 
Jr. and Jill. 




Joseph Gardi (Maryland '61) 

Offensive Guards Coach 

Joe Gardi returned to 
Maryland a year ago to as- 
sume the duties as Head 
Coach of the Terrapin Fresh- 
man program. Joe was elected 
Co-Captain of the 1959 Mary- 
land team. He was also voted 
the "Unsung Hero" award in 
1959. 

i—t- 7<m^BiMf ^ ' After leaving Maryland he 

jP I^^X / assumed the head coaching 
^^^ y / duties at "The Oratory 

School" in Summit, New 
Jersey in 1964. The Oratory team had recorded a 37 game 
losing streak and in Gardi's second year there they achieved 
a 6-3 season. After following that with a 5-4 season he 
moved to Roselle Park High where they had not had a 
winning season in 10 years. His first year there Roselle 
recorded a 2-7 record but followed that with 6-3 and 9-0 
season. In addition they won the first conference cham- 
pionship in the history of the school and were ranked ninth 
in the state of New Jersey. 

Joe, bom on March 2, 1939 is married to the former 
Audrey Habersang and they have two children, Joanne six 
and Todd David one. 




Harry Alexander (Notre Dame '67) 

Defensive Line Coach 



Clayton "Bud" Beardmore (Maryland '62) 

Freshman Coach 



Harry Alexander is in his 
second year as defensive line 
coach for the Terps. 

He achieved All-American 
recognition while playing for 
Dim Montero at Salesianum 
High and was a defensive 
tackle on Notre Dame's 1966 
National Champions. 

Alexander came to Mary- 
land from Drexel where he 
served as an assistant. Prior to 
that he served as Freshman 
Coach at West Chester. 
Born on May 12, 1945 he is married to the former Mary 
G. Brace. 




Bud Beardmore returned 
to the University of Maryland 
as Head Coach of the Varsity 
Lacrosse program. 

This fall he will coach the 
Freshman squad. 

Beardmore achieved All- 
America honors three years in 
a row as an undergraduate La- 
crosse star for the Terps. 
After leaving Maryland he 
served as Head Lacrosse 

Coach at Severn Prep four years, Hobart College one year 

and the University of Virginia for two years. 

Bud and his wife Phyllis have three children Jimmy 7, 

Steve 6, and Susan 4. 




ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 

Steve Fromang was named to the second team 1970 Academic All-American squad by the 
College Sports Information Directors of America, as a sophomore offensive tackle. 



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University of Maryland 



The University of Maryland is a land-grant institution of 
higher learning stressing programs of excellence in teaching, 
research and service. 

Now in its 165th year, the University is one of the 10 
largest universities in the nation, with over 37,000 students 
enrolled in its on-campus daytime programs. An additional 
48,000 are enrolled in the fiscally self-sustaining programs 
of University College, which maintains centers for adult 
education throughout the State and in 24 foreign countries. 
The teaching and research staff includes more than 6,000 
full-time and part-time personnel. 

Undergraduate curricula are offered in over 120 fields, 
master's degrees in 77 departments and doctoral degrees in 
74 departments. In the number of doctorates granted 
annually, the University ranks among the top 30 institu- 
tions in the nation. 

The University had its beginnings in 1807 with the estab- 
lishment in Baltimore of the College of Medicine, an 
entirely faculty-owned institution granting the M.D. degree. 
Five years later its name was changed to the University of 
Maryland, and it was given power to confer additional 
degrees. Subsequently, the University opened a School of 
Dentistry (1840), the first such school in the world, and 



then added Schools of Pharmacy (1871), Law (1882) and 
Nursing (1889). 

The College Park campus of the University was opened 
in 1859 as the Maryland Agricultural College under a 
charter secured in 1856 by a group of Maryland planters. 
After a disastrous fire in 1912, the State acquired control 
of the College and bore the costs of rebuilding. In 1920 the 
State took over the faculty-owned University in Baltimore, 
merging it with the State-owned institution at College Park 
to form the presentday University of Maryland. 

In 1886 the Delaware Conference Academy was founded 
by the Methodist Church in Princess Anne, Maryland. The 
institution was taken over by the State of Maryland in 1926 
and became a division of the University of Maryland in 
1948. Formerly known as Maryland State College it is now 
known as the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. 

Presently located in the College Park campus are the 
College of Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, Business and 
Public Administration, Education, Engineering, Home 
Economics, and Physical Education, Recreation and Health; 
University College; School of Architecture; Graduate 
School; School of Library and Information Services; and 
Summef School. There are also a number of institutes, 
bureaus and service programs. On the Baltimore City 



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campus there are the Schools of Dentistry, Law, Medicine, 
Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work; the Psychiatric Insti- 
tute; Center for the Study of Trauma; and University 
Hospital. A third campus was opened in 1966 just west of 
Baltimore City — the University of Maryland, Baltimore 
County (UMBC). 

The research programs at the University derive their 
existence and vigor from a faculty comprised of interna- 
tionally recognized scholars and scientists. Exceptional 
research facilities include the Institute for Child Study, the 
National Resources Institute, a laboratory for basic 
behavioral research. Van de Graaff accelerators, an assort- 
ment of modern computers, a nuclear reactor, wind tunnel, 
a psycho-pharmacology laboratory, laboratory models for 
meteorological phenomena, and collaborative arrangements 
with many nearby government installations. A new, 
pioneering, spiral ridge cyclotron was completed in 1968. In 
addition, the University of Maryland is a member of the 
initial group of 34 universities incorporated to manage a 
new 200 BeV high energy accelerator at Weston, Illinois. 

University libraries include more than a million volumes 
on the College Park and Baltimore City campuses, plus 
nearly half a million microtexts, shdes, film strips, nega- 
tives, prints, music scores, and recordings. The University is 
a regional depository for Federal documents. Special collec- 
tions include the Marylandia, Katherine Anne Porter, Rare 
Book, East Asian, and Health Sciences Historical 
Collections. 

In recent years the University of Maryland has received 
national recognition in numerous areas. In 1964 it estab- 
lished a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. In 1969 the Association 
of American Universities elected the University to its 
selective membership. 

In research, scholarship and in the number and quality 
of its graduates, the University is a productive member of 
the community of great state universities. 






EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 

MARYLAND 

EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION 




Colonel Thomas M. Fields 

Colonel Thomas Fields returned to the University of 
Maryland in 1970 following 28 years of distinguished 
service with the United States Marine Corps. 

His service in defense of his country followed the same 
pattern he established when he enrolled at Maryland as a 
freshman track star in 1937 and went on to achieve Ail- 
American honors. He was commissioned a Marine Reserve 
second lieutenant on June II, 1942 immediately upon 
graduation and was later integrated into the regular Marine 
Corps. 

During World War II he served in combat on Guadal- 
canal, Vella Lavella, Bougainville and Iwo Jima. He also 
served in Korea and Vietnam and at the time of his retire- 
ment was the Deputy Director of Information, Head- 
quarters Marine Corps. 

Colonel Fields and his wife, the former Patricia T. 
Hensel have four children: Thomas M. Jr. 16, Karen T. 15, 
LoriM. 13, and David B. 1 1 . 

MEDALS AND DECORATIONS 

Legion of Merit with Combat "V" 

Bronze Star Medal with Combat "V" 

Navy Commendation Medal with Combat "V" 

Presidential Unit Citation 

Navy Unit Commendation 

American Campaign Medal 

Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal 

Navy Occupation Service Medal 

National Defense Service Medal with Bronze Star 

Korean Service Medal with Bronze Star 

Vietnam Service Medal with Bronze Star 

United Nations Service Medal 

Korean Presidential Unit Citation 

Vietnamese Medal of Honor 

Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal 

HONORS AND AWARDS AS A MARYLAND STUDENT 

Maryland Ring (Outstanding Athlete of Year) 
Won six Southern Conference Championships 
On two Championship of America relay teams at Penn 

Relays 
Earned Gold Letter in Indoor Track, Outdoor Track and 

Cross-Country 
AU-American in 1 940 
Undefeated in all races in 1940. 




John W. "Jack" Zane (Maryland '60) 

Sports Information Director 

Assumed duties as SID in 
1970 when Dan Daniels re- 
signed to devote full time to 
his duties with WRC Radio 
and WRC -TV in Washington, 
D.C. 

He received his degree in 
Journalism in February of 
1960 after serving as a stu- 
dent assistant to Joe Blair 
(now Pubhc Relations Direc- 
tor with the Washington Red- 
skins) for three years. He 
served as full time assistant to Blair for two years after 
graduation. While at Maryland he was the first Executive 
Sports Editor of the Diamondback and SMC of Pi Kappa 
Alpha fraternity. Also member of Sigma Delta Chi Jour- 
nalism Fraternity. 

Zane was Sports Information Director for The George 
Washington University for six years and served as president 
of the Southern Conference SID's and on the Executive 
Committee of the Southern Conference Sportswriters Asso- 
ciation. 

He is a member of CoSida, the Football Writers and 
Basketball Writers of America, the Sports Reporters Asso- 
ciation of Baltimore and ACC Sports Writers. He is also a 
member of the Touchdown Club of Washington and the 
Maryland chapter of Sigma Delta Chi. 

A graduate of Southern high at Lothian he is a native of 
Maryland and served four and a half years in the Navy 
before enrolling at the University of Maryland. 

He is married to the former Judy Allen of Fayetteville, 
West Virginia, a graduate of The George Wasliington 
University. 



Russ Potts (Maryland '64) 

Promotions Director 

Russ returned to the Uni- 
versity of Maryland last year 
after serving as Sports Editor 
of the Winchester, Virginia 
Evening Star for six years. 
While at the University as an 
undergraduate he served as 
Sports Editor and Managing 
Editor of the Diamondback 
and president of Sigma Delta 
Chi Journalism fraternity and 
Phi Delta Theta social frater- 
nity. 

Wliile Sports Editor in Winchester he also had a daily 
sports show on WINC Radio and received six awards from 
the Virginia Press Association. His coverage of high school 
sports in Northern Virginia was especially outstanding. 

He also served as Executive Director of the Shenandoah 
Apple Blossom Festival for the past five years and this was 
one of the outstanding promotions in the state of Virginia. 

Russ is married to the former Emily Strite of Martins- 
burg, West Virginia, a graduate of Shepherd College. They 
have a daughter Christy 2. 



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