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Clemson University

Clemson University

TigerPrints

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Football Programs

Programs

1966

Virginia vs Clemson (9/24/1966)

Virginia vs Clemson (9/24/1966)

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Program

Published

By

ATHLETIC

DEPARTMENT

CLEMSON

UNIVERSITY

Edited

By

BOB

BRADLEY

Director

of

Sports Infirmation

Represented

for

National Advertising

by

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New

York

271

Madison

Avenue

Photography

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Charles Haralson,

and

Tom

Shockley

of

Clemson;

Jim Laughead and Jim

Bradley

of Dallas,

Texas

IMPO

EMERGENCIES:

A

first aid station is located

under

Section

A

on South

sideof the

stadium.

Trained nurses

are

on

hand

all

during

the

game.

Should

a

doctor

be

needed, ask

any

usher.

Each

usher has

been informed

the seat location of doctors.

Ambulances

are located at

Gates

2

and

10.

TELEPHONES:

Telephones

are located at

Stadium

Ticket

Offices at

Gates

1, 5, 9, 11

and

13.

LOST

ARTICLES:

If

any

article is lost or

found,

please report

same

to

Information

Booth

located at

Gate

1.

RESTROOMS:

Ladies'

and men's

restrooms

are located

beneath

the

stands

and

can

be

reached

by

exit

from

any

portal.

RTANT

PUBLIC

ADDRESS

SYSTEM:

The

public ad-dress

system

is

intended primarily

for the

in-formation

of spectators

concerning

the

game.

Please

do

not

request

the

use

of the public

address

system

to

m.ake

social contacts at the

game.

CONCESSION

STANDS:

Concession stands

are located

beneath

the

stands

and

can

be

reached

by

exit

from

any

portal.

A

conces-sion price list is

published

on page

36.

EMERGENCY

CALLS:

Emergency

calls are

received

over

the

telephone

located in

the

press box, the

number

of

which

is listed

with

the

operator

as

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ofthe

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CLEMSON BOARD OF

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Life

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Sen.

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President

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Dr.

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Columbia

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John

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Columbia

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Greenwood

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Laurens

Louis

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Cowpens

John Wellman

Johnsonville

Dr. Curtis

A.

Sidden

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(Hold-over

Member)

It's

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Here

Are

college football

games

everywhere

pretty

much

the

same?

the

crowds?

the

bands?

the

cheers?

Sure

there's a similarity

but

it's different here.

Each

game

has

its

own

distinctive flavor

spirit

tradition.

So

it

is

with uniforms

we

manufacture.

Into

them

go

many

intangibles of

experience

and

skill.

This

is

why

an

increasing

number

of

Units

are scoring

with

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Welcome

To

Clemson

University

THEROBERT MULDROW COOPER LIBRARY

To

our

visitors, friends

and alumni

we

extend

a

warm

and

cordial

welcome.

We

are

happy

to

have

each

of

you on

the

Clemson

University

campus

today,

sharing our pride

of this

fine

stadium

and

the

kind

of football for

which

it

has

become

famous.

It is

our wish

that

your

visit will

be

a

memorable

one.

We

hope

that

you

may

find

time

to

walk

or

drive

about

the

cam-pus

to see the

other

points of

beauty

and

historical interest.

This

property

was

once

the estate of

John

C.

Calhoun.

His

stately

mansion. Fort

Hill, still

stands

today

a

treasured

re-membrance

of

Clemson's

heritage. In 1883

Thomas

Green

Clemson,

who

married

a

daughter

of

Mr.

Calhoun's,

willed this

property

to the State of

South

Carolina

for the

establishment

of a scientific institution.

Clemson

has

grown

with

great

esteem

from

a

modest

be-ginning

in 1893 into a

University serving nearly

5,400 students.

Over

50 buildings

and

laboratories

now

make

up

the

campus

which

once

had

only

one dormitory and

three

other

buildings.

From

the

shadows

of

Tillman

Hall

the statue of

Thomas

Clemson

looks

out

upon

a

constantly

changing

plantation.

The

new

$3 million library is

now

in

operation

and an

11-story high-rise

residence

hall is

under

construction

on

East

campus.

An

even

greater

structural

appearance

will

emerge

the

next

ten

years

as result of a $50 million

building

program.

Two

fine

teams

are

playing

today.

We

hope

you

enjoy

the

game

and your

visit,

and

that

you

will

come

back

often.

Robert

C.

Edwards

President

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Clemson

University

Administration

MelfordA. Wilson, V. Pres. For Business

and

Finance

and

Comptroller

Dr.Victor Hurst, V. Pres.

for

Academic

Affairs

and

Dean

ofthe University

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Wiley, Dean, CollegeofAgriculture

and

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H.E.McClure.

M.

Arch.. Dean, SchoolofArchitecture

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and

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Dr.H.L.Hunter, Dean, CollegeofArts

and

Sciences

Wright

Bryan

VicePresidentfor

Development

WalterT.

Cox

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StudentAffairs

Dr. LinvilG. Rich,Dean, CollegeofEngineering

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CLEMSON

ATHLETIC

COUNCIL

R. R. Ritchie,

Chairman

Dr. J.E.

Halpin

Dr. R.

W.

Moorman

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Park

B. N.

Skardon

Joe

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Bryan,

alumni

member

W.

G.

DesChamps,

alumni

member

Jim

T.

Long,

Ex-officio

K. N. Vickery,

Ex-officio Dr. R. C.

Edwards,

Ex-officio

Melford

A.

Wilson,

Ex-officio

Walter

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Ex-officio

Frank Howard,

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IN

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DEE

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(Red)

Ritchie.

Chairman,

Athletic

Council

(11)

Frank Howard,

Athletic

Director

and

Head

Football

Coach

Victory

No.

150

Is

In

Sight

One

of

Coach Howard's

goals this season is to regis-ter his 150th victory.

He

now

has 145

and

only five

other active coaches

have

more.

And

Howard

will

move

up

at least one

more

notch this season

when

Coach

Jess Neely at Rice retires.

When

Neely hangs

up

the sweats after 40 years of

head coaching (4 at Southwestern, 9 at

Clemson and

27

at Rice),

Howard

will have the longest tenure at one school in the nation.

He

and

Neely are

now

tied for

this honor.

In 12 years of

ACC

competition,

Clemson

has a

76-52-2 overall record

and

47-25-1 againstconference teams.

During

this time

Clemson

has scored 2,342 points

more

than

any

other

team

in the league;

and

given

up

1,652

points

fewest in the league.

HOWARD'S FOOTBALL RECORD

Year School Status

Won

Lost Tied Pts. Opp.

1928 Alabama Player 6 3 187 75

1929 Alabama Player 6 3 196 58

1930 Alabama Player 10 271 13

TOTALS 22 6 654 146

1931 Clemson LineCoach 1 6 2 19 164 1932 Clemson LineCoach 3 5 1 89 111

1933 Clemson LineCoach 3 6 2 50 98 1934 Clemson LineCoach 5 4 89 85 1935 Clemson LineCoach 6 3 147 99 1936 Clemson LineCoach 5 5 98 95 1937 Clemson LineCoach 4 4 1 128 64

1938 Clemson Line Coach 7 1 1 145 56 1939 Clemson LineCoach 9 1 165 45

TOTALS 43 35 7 930 817

1940 Clemson Head Coach 6 2 1 182 73 1941 Clemson HeadCoach 7 2 233 90 1942 Clemson Head Coach 3 6 1 100 138 1943 Clemson Head Coach 2 6 94 185 1944 Clemson HeadCoach 4 5 165 179

1945 CIsmson H©cid Cocicli g 3 I 21

1

73 1946 Cl©mson H©cid Cocfch 4 5 Q 147 174 1947 Clsrnson Hscid CoQch 4 Q 205 146 1948 CI©m.son H©cidCoQch 1

1

Q Q 274 76 1949 ClGmson HsodCoQch 4 4 2 232 216 1950 Clsrnsori Hscid CoQch g Q 344 76 1951 CI©

m

son HsQd CoQch 7 3 Q 196 97 1952 Clsrnson H©cidCoQch 2 g 112 157 1953 Cl©mson Hscid Cooch 3 5 139 172 1954 Cj©111son H©cid CoQch 5 Q 192 121 1955 CI©mson H©QdCocich 7 3 Q 206 144 1956 CI©mson Hscid Cocich 7 2 2 167 11niU1

1957 Cl©mson H©cid Cocich 7 3 Q 216 78 1958 Cl©nison Hscid Cocich g 3 nu Loo 1959 CI©

m

son Hecid Cocich g 2 nu ZOO 103 1960 Clsmson Hscnd Cocich g 4 Q 1Q7 19^

1961 Clemson Head Coach 5 5 199 126 1962 Clemson HeadCoach 6 4 168 130 1963 Clemson Head Coach 5 4 I 181 140 1964 Clemson Head Coach 3 7 105 135 1965 Clemson HeadCoach 5 5 117 137

TOTALS 145 99 11 4838 3329

GRAND

TOTALS 215 140 18 6422 4292

The

Century Club

. . .

Fifteen coaches

who

are at

major

football institutions

(as classified

by

the National Collegiate Athletic

Bu-reau) have

now

won

100 or

more games

in their careers.

The

"Century Club"

saw

five

members

enter last year

and

two

retire.

Coach

Frank

Howard

is third-ranked

for the

most

years as a

head

coach (behind

Warren

B.

Woodson

of

New

Mexico

State

and

Jess Neely of Rice)

while

Howard

and

Neely have been head coaches at one

institutionlongerthan

anyone

else.

Both

start their 27th year at one school in 1966.

Howard

ranks sixth in the nation for the

most

wins in a career. Listed

below

are the "Century Club"

members.

Name

&

School

Head

Coach

G

W

L

T

Pet.

Warren

B.

Woodson.

New

Mex.

State 35 347 225 103 19 .676

Jess Neely, Rice 39 392 204 168 20 .546 BearBryant,

Alabama

21 225 160 51 14 .742

Bobby

Dodd, Georgia

Tech

21 226 156 62 8 .708

Johnny

Vaught, Mississippi 19 200 149 41 10 .770

FRANK HOWARD,

CLEMSON

26 255 145 99 11 .590

Ben

Schwartzwalder, Syracuse 20 193 133 58 2 .694

Woody

Hayes, Ohiostate 20 181 130 44 7 .738 Pie

Vann

Southern Miss 17 170 123 45 2 .729 R. L.Blackburn,

Dartmouth

17 162 115 39 8 .735

Odus

Mitchell,

North Texas

State ^_ 20 207 114 84 9 .572

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W.H.Davis(left),Alcoa'sGeneral

Manager-Industrial Relations, says: "We'vefoundthat

ArmyROTCgraduateswith activeduty expe-rienceas officerspossessbetterthan average

initiative, foresight, andresponsibility. These

are qualitiesweratevery highly,and wegladly payapremiumtogelthem."

Why

did

Alcoa

hire

Rod

Wiison?

Because Alcoa needs

men

to fill key positions—

men

capable of moving to

thetop;men

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to responsibility. Rod Wilson is that kind of man.

An Army

ROTC

Distin-guished Military Graduateat Colorado

State University, Rod won an officer's

commissionintheRegular

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along

wWh

his degree. Forty-four months of active duty, including 16 months

over-seasas anartillerycommander,earned Rod Wilson 24-carat credentials as a leader, a

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Stay with

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ROTC,

allthewaytosuccess.

ARMY

ROTC

Through

the

Years

Clem. Opp. Year

W

L T Pts. Pts. 1896 2 1 36 18 1897 2 2 28 58 1898 3 1 110 20 1899 4 2 109 40 1900 6 222 10 1901 3 1 1 190 38 1902 6 1 152 22 1903 4 1 1 167 22 1904 3 3 1 50 45 1905 3 2 1 81 63 1906 4 3 38 4 1907 4 4 67 45 1908 1 6 26 102 1909 6 3 93 43 1910 4 3 1 106 54 1911 3 5 71 110 1912 4 4 179 126 1913 4 4 112 98 1914 5 3 1 157 123 1915 2 4 2 118 48 1916 3 6 81 146 1917 6 2 183 64 1918 5 2 199 101 1919 6 2 2 151 55 1920 4 6 1 99 147 1921 1 6 2 55 187 1922 5 4 170 109 1923 5 2 1 91 65 1924 2 6 80 96 1925 1 7 18 160 1926 2 7 20 169 1927 5 3 1 74 84 1928 8 3 192 77 1929 8 3 236 110 1930 8 2 239 82 1931 1 6 2 19 164 1932 3 5 1 89 111 1933 3 6 2 50 98 1934 5 4 89 85 1935 6 3 147 99 1936 5 5 98 95 1937 4 4 1 128 64 1938 7 1 1 145 56 1939 9 1 165 45 1940 6 2 1 182 73 1941 7 2 233 90 1942 3 6 1 100 138 1943 2 6 94 185 1944 4 5 165 179 1945 6 3 1 211 73 1946 4 5 147 174 1947 4 5 206 146 1948 1 1 274 76 1949 4 4 2 232 216 1950 9 1 344 76 1951 7 3 196 97 1952 2 6 1 112 157 1953 3 5 1 139 172 1954 5 5 193 121 1955 7 3 206 144 1956 7 2 2 167 101 1957 7 3 216 78 1958 8 3 169 138 1959 9 2 285 103 1960 6 4 197 125 1961 5 5 199 126 1962 6 4 168 130 1963 5 4 1 181 140 1964 3 7 105 135 1955 5 5 117 137

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University

of

Virginia

Officials

. . .

DR.

EDGAR

F.

SHANNON.

JR.

President,

University

of

Virginia

GEORGE

BLACKBURN

Head

Fcxjtball

Coach. University

of

Virginia

STEVE

SEBO

Director

of Athletics,

University

of

Virginia

UNIVERSITY

OF

VIRGINIA

Location: Charlottesville, Va.

Founded:

1819 Conference: Atlantic Coast Enrollment: 7,000

Athletic Director: Steve

Sebo

Head

Coach:

George

Blackburn, Findlay College '36

Assistants:

Bob

Marich,

Ken

Campbell,

Ned

McDonald,

Zeke

Fantino,

Ben

Wilson,

Bob

Latu

SID: Dick Turner; Assistant:

Gene

Corrigan (Office

phone: 703-295-2166, Ext. 3011) Trainer: Joe

Howard

Gieck

Stadium

and

Capacity: Scott

Stadium

26,500

Team

Colors:

Orange and

Blue

Nickname:

Cavaliers

1965 Conference Record: 2-4-0

1965 Overall Record: 4-6-0

Co-Captains:

End Ed

Carrington

and

End

Don

Parker

Clemson

Va.

Clemson

Va.

1955 20 7 1960 _ _ 21 7

1956 7 1963 35

1957 20 6 1964 29 7

1958 20 15 1965 20 14

1959 47

Games

Won

Lost Tied Pts. Oppk

Overall Series 9 9 219 56

Howard's

Record 9 9 219 56

Howard

vs.

Blackburn

_ 1 1 20 14

(21)

STAFF

Band

Commander

Andy

C.

Dickert

Vice

Commander

Bob

Kirkpatrick

Drum

Major

Marion Crooks

Sergeant

Major

Ronnie

Bullock

Supply

Officer

Joe

Ruzicka

Captain,

Color

Guard

Gene Myers

Student

Band

Master

Joe

Ruzicka

Solo

Twirlers:

Dynva

Edens and

Sandy

Tarquino

ANDY

DICKERT

Commander

MARION CROOKS

Drum

Major

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1

4

SOLO TWIRLERS

BRUCE

F.

COOK

Director

(22)

YOUTH

&

BAND

DAY

PROGRAM

Pre-Game

Ciemson

University

TIGER

BAND

Fanfare

Entrance:

March

"The

Gladiator"

(Sousa)

Welcome

Dr.

Robert

C.

Edwards,

President

of

Ciemson

University

Prayer

George

Rush,

Student

Chaplain

NATIONAL

ANTHEM

Solo

Twirlers:

"Glory

of

the

Gridiron"

(Alford)

Exit:

"Dixie"

(Emmett-Poole)

Game

2:00

P.

M.—CLEMSON

vs

UNIVERSITY

OF

VIRGINIA

Halftime

MASSED BANDS

1.

Entrance

and

Routine

of

Majorettes

BIG

BAND

BEGUINE

(Paul

Yoder)

2.

Salute

to

the

University

of

Virginia

Parade

of

Colors

TRUE

BLUE

(Karl

L.

King)

3.

Salute

to

Broadway

THE

IMPOSSIBLE

DREAM

from

"Man

of

La

Mancha"

(Leigh-Arr.

W^arrington)

4.

A-M-E-R-I-C-A

Formation

BATTLE

HYMN

OF

THE

REPUBLIC (Howe

&

Steffe-Arr.

Walters)

5.

C-L-E-M-S-O-N

Formation

CLEMSON

UNIVERSITY

ALMA

MATER

(McGarity-Butler)

CONDUCTORS:

John

H. Butler

and Bruce

F.

Cook

Color

Guards

under

the

direction of

W. W.

Jacobus, Forest

City,

N.

C.

Majorettes

under

the direction of

Lou

Fain,

South

Carolina

State

Dance

Chairman

of the

American

Health.

Physical

Education

and

Recreation

Association,

Ciemson,

S. C.

(23)

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CarrollJarvis,

FB

Don

Parker.

DE

Bob

Davis,

QB

Greg

Shelly,

OG

mil

turn

Jim

Copeland,

OT

George

Stetter,

DB

Randall

Harris,

DT

Dave

Roylance,

DE

9

Fred

Jones,

C

Kenny

Poates,

HB

Ed

Carrington,

OE

Laurie Croft

DE

James

Morgan,

DB

UNIVERSITY

OF

VIRGINIA

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Wall

in

the

gardens

at

the University

of Virginia

(24)

The

VIRGINIA

Series

One

of the

most

exciting ball

players

in

Amer-ica

comes

to

Clemson Memorial

Stadium

today.

He

can

be

described

as versatile, spectacular,

un-orthodoxed,

elusive

a

complete

athlete.

Now

in his senior year,

Bob

Davis

in his past

two

games

with Clemson,

has

given

the

Tigers

some

anxious

moments.

Take

for instance

two

years

ago

on

these

same

battle

grounds.

Then

a

sophomore,

the

Neptune,

N. J., native

ran

10

times

for 77

yards

and

com-pleted 10 of 19 passes for

another

119 yards. In his

rushing

total

was

a

35-yard

run

for a

TD.

This

was

a typical

Davis

run.

His

total distance

was

probably

70 yards.

But he

likes to

swing

and

sway,

jitterbug,

frug

and

waltz

when

he

has

the football. In this

way

he usually

gives

everybody

on

the

opposing

team

at least

two

shots at

him

and

some

get three.

Last

year

at Charlottesville,

where

the

Tigers

had

to

come

from behind

to

win

20-14,

Davis

ran

only three times

for 15 yards,

but

completed

seven

of 14 passesfor 72 yards.

Davis

led the

Cavaliers

past

Wake

Forest

last

Saturday,

24-10.

And

he

had

plenty

of

help

from

such players

as

Frank

Quayle,

George

Stetter,

Don

Parker,

Ed

Carrington,

Carroll Jarvis

just to

name

a few.

The

Tigers'

Coach Frank

Howard

is

anxious

to get his bosses in the starting gate.

He

says this

could

be

the best

team

he's

ever

had

at

Clemson.

Such

familar

names

on

offense as

Wayne

Bell,

Edgar

McGee,

Wayne

Mass,

Harry

Olszewski,

Mike

Facciolo, Phil

Rogers

and

Bo

Ruffner

return.

On

defense

Joey

Branton,

Butch

Sursavage,

Floyd

Rogers,

Mac

McElmurray,

Wayne

Page,

Arthur

Craig, Phil

Marion and

Kit

Jackson

are back.

And

names

like

Buddy

Gore,

James

Tompkins,

Jimmy

Catoe

and

Billy

Ware

will

go

in the

line-ups

for the first time.

Today

is the 10th

meeting

between

Clemson

and

Virginia

on

the gridiron

and

the

Tigers

have been

on

the

winning

side in the

previous

nine.

How-ever,

except

for a

couple

of occasions,

there

has

been

a real fight for

the

Tigers.

Cavalier

Coach

George Blackburn

came

close to

claiming

Virginia's first tiger skin last year. It

could

be

even

closer today.

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Bob

Cascella,

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Sam

Painter,

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McWilliams,

C

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Quayle,

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Braxton

Hill,

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UNIVERSITY

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VIRGINIA

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Joseph O.Rogers, Jr.

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Governor

Sen.

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Candidatefor Re-election U.S. Senate MarshallJ.Parker Candidate

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1966

Clemson

University Varsity Football Roster

1966

NO.

NAME

POS. BIRTHDATE WGT. HGT. CLASS HOMETOWN,HIGHSCHOOLand

COACH

1-21-45 6-1 190 Jr. 11-12-46 6-0 175 So. 11-1-46 6-2 186 So. 6-3-46 6-2 181 Jr. 7-21-46 6-2 190 Jr. 6-9-47 6-0 161 So. 12-13-46 6-4 190 So. 8-18-46 6-0 163 Jr. 11-18-46 6-2 177 So. 6-12-46 5-10 175 So. 11-19-46 5-10 174 Jr. 4-11-45 5-9 185 So. 4-29-47 6-2 176 So. 4-19-47 5-11 155 So. 7-10-46 6-3 179 Jr. 8-30-45 6-0 194 Jr. 7-19-47 5-10 165 So. 7-24-47 6-0 180 So. 4-2-47 6-1 180 So. 6-19-44 5-11 194 Sr. 7-30-47 6-2 229 So. 4-15-44 5-9 187 Sr. 8-14-46 6-3 227 Jr. 4-5-46 5-11 200 So. 9-25-46 6-1 175 So. 2-5-45 6-1 186 Jr. 4-26-45 6-1 202 Sr. 2-18-47 5-11 175 So. 9-6-46 6-2 190 Jr. 5-12-46 6-1 202 Jr. 1-7-46 6-0 187 So. 3-6-44 6-2 194 Sr. 1-29-47 6-2 185 So. 4-20-47 5-11 188 So. 4-24-47 6-1 203 So. 9-5-45 6-1 165 Jr. 11-4-46 6-0 218 So. 4-8-46 6-1 185 Jr. 6-5-45 6-3 205 So. 2-28-46 6-1 211 So. 10-13-47 6-1 192 So. 6-22-45 6-1 192 Jr. 5-5-47 6-3 204 So. 6-11-47 6-1 222 So. 4-4-46 6-2 205 So. 8-27-47 5-11 193 So. 3-6-45 6-0 200 Jr. 7-4-47 5-11 213 So. 12-13-45 6-0 209 So. 9-30-46 6-1 198 So. 4-7-47 6-1 205 So. 1-15-47 6-0 190 So. 9-11-46 6-0 207 So. 10-30-44 6-2 222 Sr. 10-1-47 6-0 220 So. 10-11-46 6-0 234 Jr. 9-13-47 6-2 226 So. 12-14-46 6-1 240 Jr. 5-4-47 6-0 217 So. 3-26-47 6-2 240 So. 10-27-44 5-11 212 Sr. 12-20-45 6-5 232 So. 1-11-45 6-4 230 Sr. 4-19-46 6-0 230 Jr. 3-11-46 6-4 239 Jr. 12-14-44 6-0 230 Jr. 2-18-46 6-4 207 Jr. 10-29-46 6-3 225 So. 4-12-44 5-11 197 Sr. 5-8-47 6-2 207 So. 2-18-46 6-4 216 Jr. 3-2-47 6-0 190 So. 8-2-46 6-3 212 Jr. 11-6-45 6-2 195 Jr. 7-22-47 6-0 198 So. 10-5-45 6-2 209 Sr. 10 Roger Hayes OB 12 John Enslen QB 13 Charlie Ellenburg OB 14 'Kit Jackson LS 15 *Jacky Jackson TB 16 Billy Ammons OB 17 John Howell QB 18 *iimmy Addison QB 19 Chuck Werner LC 20 Doug Walker PK 21 *Freddy Kelley Flk 22 Richie Luzzi RS 23 Ron Miller Flk 24 Johnny Gilstrap Flk 25 *Phil Rogers Flk 26 *Frank Liberatore RC 27 Steve Hinson RS 28 Lee Rayburn RC 29 Randy Bell RC 30 *Jay Cooper FB 33 Edwin Porter FB 34 "Phil Marion RS 35 *Bo Ruffner FB 36 Benny Michael FB 37 Butch Bush RS 38 Jimmy Logan LS 39 *Don Barfield Punt 40 Charles Tolley TB 41 'Charlie Hook TB 42 "Arthur Craig LS 44 Buddy Gore TB 45 "Wayne Page LC 46 Bob Craig FB 47 Sandy Daniel LC 48 John Fulmer RC 49 Keith Waters PK

50 Jackie Lee Jackson C 51 "Ray Mullen LB 52 Larry McPherson C 53 Richard Garick DT 54 Barry Cockfield LB 55 *Hoss Hostetler - C 56 Wayne Mulligan C 57 Riley McLane

MG

58 Bucky Turpin LB 59 George Burnett LB 60 "Dan Gunnels

MG

61 Gary Arthur

OG

62 Sammy Crouch

OG

63 Johnny Waddell

OG

64 Jimmy Catoe LB 65 James Tompkins

MG

66 Willie Cropp

OG

67 "Mike Facciolo

OG

68 Billy Ware LB 69 "Horry Olszewski

OG

70 Joe Lhotsky OT 71 "Dave Burton OT 72 Mike Locklair DT 73 John Cagle OT 74 "Mac McElmurroy DT 75 Lee Trexler OT 76 "Floyd Rogers DT 77 "Wilson Childers DT 78 "Wayne Mass OT 79 "Larry Keys OT 80 "Edgar McGee OE 81 Connie Wade DE 82 "Ted Katana OE 83 Wesley Eidson DE 84 "Joey Branton DE 85 Ronnie Ducworth DE 86 "Butch SursQVoge DE 87 Jimmy Abrams OE 88 Thorny Smith OE 89 "WayneBell OE

Travelers Rest,S.

C

TravelersRest, DeanBolin

Wetumpka,Ala., Wetumpka,Jack Ray

Knoxville,Tenn.,KnoxvilleEast,Bob Polston

Swansea,S. C,Swansea,DougBennett Edgefield,S. C,Strom Thurmond.Bettis Herlong

Camden, S.

C

Camden,W.L.Lynch

Williston, S. C,Williston-Elko, Jud Davis Fairfax, Ala., Valley,DockLockridge

Travelers Rest,S.

C

TravelersRest, DeanBolin

Kershaw, S. C, Kershaw,BillFew

Greenville, S. C.,GreenvilleSenior, SlickMoore

Belleville,N. J.,Belleville, ThomasTesta

Niles, Ohio, Niles McKinley, Stennett Liberty, S. C,Liberty, M.J. Stancell

Clinton,S. C,Clinton, ClaudeHowe

McKeesport,Pa., McKeesportSenior, DukeWeigle Macon,Ga.,Lanier, JimNolan

Atlanta,Ga., NorthFulton,CalvinHartness

Greenwood,S. C, Greenwood,PinkyBabb

Clemson, S. C,D.W. Daniel, DickieSingleton

Andrews,S.

C

Lexington, WebberRowell

MilmontPark, Pa., Ridley, Phil Marion

Latrobe,Pa., Latrobe,Chuch Finley Clemson,S. C, Beaufort,F. R. Small Athens,Ga., Athens, WeymanSellers Sumter, S. C, Edmunds,Sandy Hershey

Charleston, S.C, Charleston, FrankDePrete

Mars Hill,N. C, MarsHill, RoyAmmons

Manning, S. C, Manning,GusAllen Greer,S. C, Greer,PhilClark

Conway,S. C, Conway,Buddy Sasser

LakeView,S. C, LakeView,James F.Priven

PortSt. Joe, Fla.,Port St.Joe,BobbyBrown

Columbia, S. C,A. C. Flora, Jim Pinkerton Lancaster,S. C,Lancaster, Dalton Rivers NorthAugusta,S. C, NorthAugusta, Cally Gault Marion, S. C,Marion,Buddy Neeley

BelleVernon, Pa.,Bellmar, BaptisteManzini

Lisbon, Ohio, DavidAnderson,EdwinBucher

Orangeburg, S. C, Orangeburg,G. E.Runager DueWest,S. C,Dixie,DustyGates

Charleroi, Pa., Charleroi, RalphCurrie Lutherville, Md., CalvertHall, FredKern

Abbeville, S. C,Abbeville,TommyHite Americus,Ga., Americus,Jimmy Hightower Chamblee,Ga., Chamblee,Gene Goff

Clarkesville, Ga.,NorthHabersham, Frank Giles Baltimore,Md., BaltimorePoly, BobLum.sden Saluda,S.

C

Saluda,MooneyPlayer

Georgetown,S. C, Winyah,J. C.Hudson Kershaw,S. C,Kershaw,BillFew

LakePlacid, Fla., Sebring,GlennOdham

Charlottesville, Va.,Fork Union, Red Puleum

CliftonHeights,Pa.,MonsignorBonner, Jack Ferrante Varnville,S. C,WadeHampton, BobbyMcLellan Baltimore, Md., BaltimorePoly, BobLumsden

Baltimore,Md., ArchbishopCurley,Richard O.King Corbin,Ky.,Corbin, LedgerHoward

GreatFalls,S. C,Great Falls,HarveyStewart Cayce,S. C, Brookland-Cayce, BillBrissey Aiken,S.C., Aiken, Jim Fraser

Concord,N. C. Concord,George Alley Clyde,N. C,Clyde, H. B.Griffin

GreatFalls,S. C,Great Falls,Harvey Stewart Sumter, S.C.,Edmunds, Sandy Hershey

Cartersville, Ga., Cartersville,Joe Coffee

Orangeburg, S.

C

Orangeburg, G.E.Runager

RockHill,S. C, RockHill,Tommy Gates

Latrobe,Pa., Latrobe,ChuchFinley Kannapolis, N.C,A.L. Brown,RoyBoyles Myrtle Beach, S.C., Conway,Buddy Sasser Anderson, S. C,Hanna, Stan Honeycutt

Andrews,N. C,Andrews,HughHamilton Whitmire,S. C,Whitmire,Ben Clark

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1966

University

of

Virginia

Football

Roster

No.

Name

Pos.

Age

10 Fassio, Daniel

QB

19 12* Davis, Robert

QB

21 14*

Kemp,

Stanley

QB

21 15 Arnette,

Eugene

QB

21 20 Sterling, Robert

HB

20 21* Hill, Braxton

DB

20 22* Poates,

Ken

HB

20 23* Borchers, Dennis

DB

20 24 Quayle,

Frank

HB

19 25 Gray, Peter

DB

20 26* Stetter,

George

DB

21 27 Reeve, Paul

HB

19 28* Morgan,

James

DB

21 29

Lockwood,

William

DB

19 30 Spisso,

Ken

DB

20 33 Paczkoski, Robert

FB

19 34* Klingensmith, Paul

DB

20 38 Miller,

Davev

FB

21 39

Wyncoop,

Dave

HB

20 40 Serine, Robert

HB

19 43 Schilke, Steven

DB

19 44* Jarvis, Carroll

FB

21 47 Seemuller,

Don

HB

21 48

McKee, Lewis

DE

19 50 Ralston,

James

MG

20 51 Brand, Richard

OT

19 52 McWilliams,

David

C

20 54 Constantine, Rick

MG

19 55* Jones, Fred

C

21 56 Stone, William

C

19 62

Buchanan,

Bob

OG

20 63 Painter,

Sam

OG

20 64

Hammer,

Charles

DG

19 65*

MacGregor,

Mai

DG

21 66 Jarvis,

Mike

OG

20 67

Thomas, Bruce

OG

20 68 Bryan, Steve

DG

20 69*

Wood,

Larry

DT

21 70 Rogers, Paul

OT

20 71* Copeland,

Jim

OT

21 72 Cascella, Robert

DT

20 73*

Lockwood,

Paul

OT

22 74 Shelly,

Greg

OG

20 75* Harris, Randall

DT

21 76* Popeck,

Tony

DG

21 77 Zellers,

Tom

DT

19 79* Naponick,

John

C

20 80 *Yewisiak, Paul

DE

20 81 Anderson, Jeff

OE

19 82 Matthes, William

DE

19 83 Hoppe, Joe

OE

20 84 Croft, Laurie

DE

20 85 Roylance,

David

DE

20 86 Wolfe, Jeff

OE

19 87

Montgomery,

Scott

OE

20 88* Carrington,

Ed

OE

22 89* Parker,

Don

DT

22 Ht. Wt.

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Mitchell

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Dargan,

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Ellenburg,

Robin

Watson

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McKamey

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