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1 IN CIAA
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - FSU
Coach Bill Head and his Bronco
aggregation have faced two CIAA fees
and ended up with a .500 record in the
conference early going.
The Broncos (1-1 in the league)
stopped St. Paul’s College, 16-6 in
their conference opener but dropped a
27-6 decision to visiting Norfolk State.
Fayetteville State also defeated Fort
Bragg, 19-6, in a non-conference affair
in the initial contest of the season.
First-year coach Bill Head will be on
the road for two consecutive ball
games beginning with North Carolina
Central October 3 The Broncos are
idle September 26, NCCU edged FSU
at Fayetteville last year, 7-0.
On October 10, the Bronco-men
travel to Bowie for their second CIAA
road contest. Last year FSU defeated
Bowie State College, 12-7.
The FSU club returns to its home
field October 17 to face Winston-
Salem State University in a 7:30 p.m.
The leading rusher for the Broncos is
running back Reggie Williams. The
Jacksonville, Florida junior speedster
has 159 yards in only one contest and
also leads the club in total offense after
two games. He sat out the second con
test with Norfolk State due to an in
Bronco signal-caller Kenneth Tin
sley, a junior from Englewood, New
Jersey, has 11 completions for 130 yar
ds and one six-pointer. Another leader
is freshman running back from Max-
ton, N.C., Marty Blue with two touch
downs to his credit, one against St.
Paul’s and the other against Norfolk.
By John Henderson, SID
Early CIAA plaudits were earned by
All-CIAA prospect junior defensive
end Barney Mason as “CIAA defen
sive linesman-of-the-week” for his per
formance in the St. Paul’s College con
test. Mason, a native of Ft. Myers,
Florida, was honored by league along
with fellow Floridian Reggie Williams
as “CIAA offensive player-of-the-
week” for his showing in the St. Paul’s
contest, Williams rushed for 159 yards
and set up both tallies for the Bronco
club. Senior punter Bertie Wadford
has booted 14 times for 599 yards and
43 yard average.
Elizabeth City State
U. District of Columbia
Johnson C. Smith
Reggie Williams (c) receives MVP trophy from
John McLean (I), President of the Freshman
Class and Dr. James E. Carson.
Broncos on way to victory over St. Paul’s Tigers
Det. Gets New Personnel
By Q/2Lt. Anthony C. Scott
The Department of Aerospace is
proud to announce the addition of four
new personnel to FSU’s campus. Lt.
Col. Charlie J. Coleman Jr., Capt.
Samuel L. Love, Sr., 1st Lt. Howard
E. Swims, and Tech Sgt. Herbert L.
Lemonds are here to work with the
cadets of Det. 607.
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Lt. Col. Coleman administers oath to cadets. Front Row (l-r) C/2Lt. Rickey Lawrence, C/2Lt.
Kenneth W. McKethan; Center row (l-r) C/2Lt. Marvin E. Jones, C/2Lt. Tony G. Owens, C/2Lt.
Kim L. Dean; Back row (l-r) C/2Lt. Ronald L. Vaughn, C/2Lt. Bruce G. McMurren, C/2Lt.
Walter A. Williams, C/2Lt. Jimmy Dotson, C/2Lt. Charles Owens, Cadet Samuel T. Hariss.
New Cadets Inducted
job well, the interaction with a group
of diligent, goal-oriented cadets, and
the deep sense of worthiness are all
aspects which attract members of this
Among this newly inducted group is
one 4-year scholarship student and one
veteran student. Not pictured are
C/2Lt. Brian Nixon, C/2Lt. Roy Vic
tor, and C/2Lt. Anthony Scott. These
are all three-year scholarship students
who were previously inducted.
Additionally, from our cross-town
school, Pembroke State, the following
cadets were inducted at an earlier
ceremony: C/2Lt. Eugene E. Emery
III, C/2Lt. Brian D. McLaurin,
Col. Coleman is Professor of
Aerospace Studies and also serves as
Detachment Commander. He teaches
aerospace students courses in
Management and Leadership. Before
coming to FSU, he was stationed at
Eglin AFB, Florida, where he com
manded the 33rd Aircraft Generation
Capt;- Love serves as Commandant
of Cad,ets and comes to FSU from Nor
ton AFB, Calif. He is a rated C-141
pilot and a member of Kappa Alpha
Lt. Swims works at Det. 607 Pem
broke State branch. The 26-year-old
native of Grenada, Miss, is a member
of Alpha Phi Alpha. He was stationed
at Keesler AFB, Miss, before coming
Sgt. Lemonds is from Biscoe, N.C.,
and has spent 12 years in the military,
six of them in the Fayetteville area
stationed at Pope AFB.
FSU welcomes its newest military
By Kimberley L. Brisbon
Cdt. Capt. AFROTC
AFROTC Det. 607, Fayetteville
State University, inducted eleven
future officers into its well established
Professional Officer Corps on Sep
tember 3. Lt. Col. Charlie J. Coleman,
Jr., who is the new Detachment Com
mander, administered the oath.
One may wonder what is the
significance of this often-heard term
“Professional Officers Corps?” Well,
its members incur a four-year active
duty commitment, but the feeling of
pride in serving their country, $100
monthly, the responsibility of doing a
C/2Lt. Brian Nixon (c) displays plaque
presented to him by Col. Carlyle P. Woelfer
(RET), President of the Cape Fear Chapter
of the Retired Officers Association as
Detachment Commandant, Ltc. Charlie
Coleman looks on. Nixon was awarded the
plaque and a fifty dollar savings bond after
being selected Most Outstanding Cadet,
based on his scholastic and leadership
ability. (FSU photo)
C/2Lt. Beverley J. Nelson, C/2Lt.
Michael E. Terry.
At a later ceremony, C/2Lt. Wanda
Joyner and C/2Lt. Elizabeth Harper
of FSU were inducted. This gives Det.
607 a total of nineteen cadets scheduled
for commission in 1983 and one cadet
scheduled for commission in 1985.
Lt. Col. Charlie J. Coleman, Jr.