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PAGES THE VOICE MARCH, 1974 Bronco Baseball Explodes In 74 BRONCOS BASEBALL SLATE FAYETTEVILLE - Milton Armistead, coach of the Fayetteville State University baseball team, announced the Bronco schedule for ’74 season. The season opened March 13 in Fayetteville against CIAA opponent Virginia State College with a double-header. The 1974 schedule: +-1-March 13 -I--1-March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18-25 March 27 March 29 April 3 April 4 April? April 9 April 11 April 11-16 April 16 April 18 April 19 April 26 -I--I-April 27 April 30 May 1 Virginia State Pfeiffer Salisbury State Delaware State Spring Break UNCW Shaw University A&T Shaw University Washington & Lee Univ. Pembroke State University St. Augustine College Easter Holiday Pembroke UNCW St. Augustine College Delaware State Norfolk State A&T Campbell College Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Favetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville Raleigh Fayetteville Pembroke Fayetteville Fayetteville Wilmington Raleigh Dover, Del. Norfolk At Greensboro Buies Creek 1 XX Double-header BRONCO BATSMEN - The baseball team is back in the swing of things this season. Pictured are some of the returning veterans. They are (1-r) George Currie, Stacy Caldwall, Joseph Tate, Willie Smith, and Robert Gaither. V T! iCK STRATEGY DISCUSSED - Track coach Walter Johnson (extreme right) discusses the up oming traclj season with some of thinclad men who are(L-R) Franklin Drake. James Godwin anti James Wooten (FSUPhotoby John B. Henderson) GOLF SEASON BEGINS AT FSU BY: Ronnie Allen VOICE - sportswriter We often hear talk of the PGA, The Bob Hope Classics, and The Masters Tournament, bin we never stop to think of thf? golfers here at FSU. They m;iy just be the future par ticipants in a prize money golf contest such as these. One such player who has high hopes of maybe participating in one of these tournaments is Vi.ncent Reid, FSU’s blue chip golfer. Reid is from Green- sbt>ro, N. C. where he first got his interest in playing the game of golf. He has received many awards for the sport and has even lettered in it. The coach of the golf team is Coach Moses Walker. Last year the team went to the CIAA Tournament and did pretty well against great competitors from Virginia State, who won the tour nament, Livingston, and Shaw just to name a few. Before the season opened I asked Coach Walker how he felt about the upcoming season and he stated that he was confident. As the season goes along I would like to wish Coach Walker and his men luck and my best wishes on bringing that CIAA Trophy to Fayet teville State University. March 6 March 9 M. rch 13 Msrch 15 M .; ch 16 !\^irch30 Ai'^:l4 Ap; (i 5 A,, ae Av:illl Av . .118 At;ai 19 21 Ap ;i22 The 1974 Tennis Schedule The 1974 Tennis Schedule for the FSU Net Men Pembroke State Shaw University Livingston College Shaw University Salisbury State Maryland J.C. Smith J.C.Smith Livingston College Winston-Salem St. Augustine Pembroke St. Augustine CIAA Tennis Tournament Away Home Home Away H(Hne Home Home Away .4way Home Home Away Winston- Salem BRONCO NETTERS TO FACE 12 OPPONENTS The Fayetteville State University tennis team will face twelve tennis opponents for the ’74’ season. The announcement was made by Dr. William Bell, Director of FSU’s Athletic Department. We had a very lack-lustre season last year,” began head tennis Coach Page Saunders, “we are hoping to improve much this season.” The season will begin March 6, when the Broncos will visit Pembroke State University. Broncos Sign First IVhite Gridder FAYETTEVILLE - Fayetteville State University has signed its first white football player. His name is Kenny Hymes, a highly touted local gridder from Pine Forest School in Fayetteville, N. C. We are very pleased to have Kenny coming to FSU, ” began head coach Ramond McDougal, “I’m sure he will add a lot to our squad.” Hymes is not the first white footballer to play at FSU. James Gasson, a standout rising senior offensive end, was a “walk on” player three years ago. Glasson is also a product of Pine Forest High School. However, Hymes, a 5’10”, 205 pound defensive linebacker at Pine Forest High School last season, becomes the first white player to sign a full football grant-in-aid at FSU. Hymes comes to FSU with high credentials. He was selected as high school All-American candidate by COACH & ATHLETE MAGAZINE and was honorable mention in the 1973 Mid-South 4- A Division III All-Star Team. “I’ve kept up with the Central Intercollegiate Athlete Association Conference the past couple of years. They have turned out some good pros and that’s my ambition. Fayetteville State could be the first step in that direction. I’ll be giving Coach McDougal everything I’ve got, said Hymes. Golf Schedule 1974 GOLF SCHEDULE -1974 March 9 Shaw University March 13 Livingstone March 15 Shaw University March 16 Salisbury State April 4 J.C.Smith April 5 Livingstone April 6 Winston-Salem April 11 St. Augustine April 19 St.Augustine Home Home Away Home Away Away Away Home Away CIAA Conference Tournaments March 30,31 CIAA Southern Divisirai Meet Winstwi Salem, N. C. April 9,10 CIAA Northern Division Meet Richmond, Va. April 21, 22,23 CIAA Chainpionship Tournament Winston-Salem, Head Coach: M. S. Walker Athletic Director: Dr. William Bell

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