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Page Four THE VOICE October . .... . >'• THOUGH NIPPED 21-6 by an unusually strong Livingstone eleven, the 1966 Broncos above showed a stout defense and the skills to burst open a game with their offense. With both of these, we are in store for many an exciting moment by the Blue and White. Fayetteville State Football Roster NAME AGE HT WT CL. POS. H. S. HOMETOWN YR. Abrams, John S. 18 6’3 195 Fr. E Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 1 Anderson, Dwayne 18 6’ 190 Fr. B Spingarn Washington, D. C. 1 Anderson, Harvey 18 5’11 215 Fr. T Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 1 Anthony, Charles 18 5’6 155 Fr. B 2nd Ward Charlotte, N. C. 1 Bennett, Harry 21 5’8 160 So. B Eastern Washington, D. C. 2 Biglow, Earl 19 6’3 220 Fr, T Spingarn Washington, D. C. 1 Bond, Willie 20 5’5 150 So. B Southwestern Windsor, N. C. 2 Brown, Charles F. 21 5’10 170 Sr. B Jones Trenton, N. C. 3 Brown, Lester 19 5’8 190 So. G Georgetown _ Jacksonville, N. C. 2 Carter, Arthur 22 5’7 170 So. B Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 2 Clark, Alfred 23 6’3 198 Sr. E Fifth Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa. 4 Cowan, Randolph 18 6’5 219 Fr. T Southwestern Windsor, N. C. 1 Curry, Anthony 18 5’9 167 Fr. B Carver Kannapolis, N. C. 1 Evans, Howard 23 5’10 170 Jr. B E. E. Smith Fayetteville, N. C. 3 Foster, Eric 19 5’9 170 So. B Spingarn Washington, D. C. 1 Gravely, Jack 22 6’ 175 Sr. B Tazewell Co. __ Pocahontas, Va. 4 Green, Eugene 22 5’8 215 Jr. B Williston Wilmington, N. C. 3 Green, Jesse 20 5’10 170 Jr. B Spingarn Washington, D. C. 2 Harris, Joseph 18 5’6 170 Fr. B Carver Salem, Va. 1 Herndon, Robert 21 6’ 190 Sr. E Kittrell Col. _ _ Uncolnton, N. C. 4 Herndon, Thomas 20 5’10 180 So. B Newbold Lincolnton, N. C. 2 Hobbs, Alphana 19 6’ 180 Jr. E Georgetown Jacksonville, N. C. 3 Jasper, Everette 20 6’2 190 So. E Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 2 Jones, Samuel 19 5’10 180 Jr. B Eastern Washington, D. C. 3 Jones, Wilbert 21 6’1 200 So. G Ligon Raleigh, N. C. 2 Kelly, Carlton 21 6’ 178 Sr. C J. T. Barber _ _ New Bern, N. C. 4 Lane, Charles 19 5’9 220 So. T Dillard Goldsboro, N. C. 2 Lane, Melvin 18 6’ 180 Fr. E Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 1 Larrier, Desmond 19 5’10 190 So. C Boy’s Hi Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 Lowery, George 20 5’9 190 Jr. G Anderson Winston-Salem 3 Mahomes, Macon 22 5’9 169 So. C Boy’s Hi Brooklyn, N. Y. 2 Mitchell, Edward 20 5’10 160 So. B Darden Wilson, N. C. 2 Mosby, Richard 20 6’ 190 Jr. G Addison Roanoke, Va. 3 McCullough, Roosevelt 18 6’2 202 Fr. T York Road Charlotte, N. C. 1 McMillian, Daniel 20 5’9 160 So. B Hayswood _ Lumberton, N. C. 2 Pertillar, Leon 22 6’ 220 Jr. G Hartford Hartford, Conn. 3 Peterkin, Calvin 18 5’10 180 Fr. G E. E. Smith Fayetteville, N. C. 1 Pierce, Walter 19 5’10 170 So. B R. L. Vann Ahoskie, N. C. 1 Sutphin, Vance 18 5’10 173 Fr. B Bethune South Boston, Va. 1 Taylor, Michael 20 6’ 210 So. B Eastern Washington, D. C. 2 Terrell, Charles 18 5’11 198 Fr. B Maggie Walker Richmond, Va. 1 Thomas, Dwight 18 5’9 188 So. B Spingarn Washington, D. C. 2 Tyrance, Edmund 20 5’10 190 So. C Georgetown _ Jacksonville, N. C. 2 Wiggins, Ronald 20 6’1 220 Sr. T Dunbar Washington, D. C. 4 Wiley, Henry 21 5’11 215 Sr. T Northwestern Detroit, Mich. 4 White, Jerry 20 6’3 198 Jr. E Harnett Dunn, N. C. 3 TYLER LEADS IN 21-6 WIN BEARS OVEROME BRONCOS By JOHNNY DANIELS FSC could not quite muster enough matter to stop a highly charged Livingstone Eleven. The Broncos played an impressive first quarter when they scored their first and only touchdown. The scoring play was executed in a fif teen yard pass play from Sam Jones to End Jerry White. The ex tra point attempt was blocked. In the second quarter, the Blue and White could not seem to hold together. The defense did a good job but it could not stop the pass ing combinations of Tyler to Sut ton and Gibson. The Bears came to life in the second quarter and couldn’t seem to do anything wrong. The two touchdowns scored by Livingtsone in the second quar ter were both the results of pass plays. The first score came on a pass from Tyler to Gibson for a fifteen yard tally. Grady Moss fol lowed with a perfectly kicked ex tra pointer. The Bears’ next mark er resulted after a series of downs which terminated in a first and goal to go situation. Tyler immed iately flipped to Sutton for the score and duplicated the feat for the extra point. The Broncos then clamped a vise on the Bears and held them to fifteen points for the remainder of the half. In the third quarter, Danny Mc- Millian intercepted a Bruin’s pass and raced about twenty yards, only to see the Broncos lose the ball on downs. Neither team scored in the third quarter. Near the end of the game, James Saunders relieved Tyler at quar terback. On Saunders third play of the fourth quarter, he called a down-and-out pass, to Walter Wal lace for the touchdown. The extra point attempt was unsuccessful. Livingstone 015 0 6 21 Fayetteville State 6 0 0 0 6 Livingstone Fayetteville State First Downs 10 8 Rushing Yardage 120 70 Passes 13-24 4-16 Passes Intercepted 2 1 Punts 0 5-45.6 Fumbles Lost 1 0 Yards Penalized 115 90 Football Schedule 1966-67 HOME September 24 Livingstone College October 1 Norfolk State October 8 St. Paul's October 29 Elizabeth City November 18 Shaw AWAY October 15 Winston Salem October 22 Morris November 5 South Carolina State November 12 J. C. Smith INTRAMURAL CORNER Lets begin this year’s intram ural program with the largest program ever. Intramural athletics is an important phase in the entire school program. There are several things needed to make this a better year for in tramural sports. First is more par ticipants. The intramural program is designed for you, the student body; therefore support it. It can only be a success if you want it to be. Your participation is a necessity. In the previous years the par ticipation in comparison to the number of students in the student body was very poor, especially among the girls. If you don’t want to be an active participant, you can always help in some other capac ity. I feel that this is our big year in sports, from the intramural pro gram to varsity athletics. The vars ity clubs need your support. The intramural program needs your participation. Please, let’s support our intra mural program. BRONCOS IN THE SPOTLIGHT Two of the Fayetteville Broncos entered the spotlight last year. They are William “Iron Head” Davis and William “Funny” Saun ders. “Iron Head,” third baseman for the Fayetteville Broncos last sea son, finished fifth in the race for stolen bases according to the of ficial statistics compiled by the National Collegiate Athletic Bu reau. In 17 games, “Iron Head” stole 21 bases for an average of 1.24. Congratulations mate. William “Funny” Saunders, one of the hardest hitting tackles the Broncos ever fielded, has signed with the Denver Broncos of the American Football League. “Funny” starred while at Fay etteville as a defensive tackle. When he signed with Denver he was moved to the position of de fensive end. Much success. Funny. Support Our Broncos! OLD HORSE AT NEW POST The Grid horses have old but new leadership for this season. The new coach for the Broncos is Hubie Doub. Hubie Doub was head coach of our last winning seasons from 1959-62. In his last season as head coach his team played. .500 foot ball. Coach Doub has served as as sistant football coach at Howard University in Washington, D. C. He was assistant football and head basketball coach at Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, Florida. He has served as head track and foot ball coach at Alabama A & M. The drill master in fundamen tals has decided to tackle the job of head coach again. Coach Doub has a Knute Rockne spirit of win ning. He has the wisdom of Green Bay’s Vince Lombardi and the amiability of the fame Columbia star Lu Little. With all these qual ities, he and his staff, P. Saunders, S. Guldescu, and J. Knuckles, shall build a Bronco team that can’t be stopped. We wish you all the success in the world. We will support you! i NEA/V BRONCO COACHING STAFF. The 1966 Coaching Staff consists of from l-eft to right: Head Coach Hubert Doub, Assistant coaches Stanko Guldescu, Page Saunders and Joseph Knuckles.

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