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THE VOICE
October
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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!
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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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