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Eddie Price
Steve CUne
Tom Brueckner
Barney LaBella
Dave Bigwood
Jerry Driggers
Jeff Bradford
Randall Owens
Ted Lucyk
Mark Adams



1973 BASEBALL RESULTS



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West Virginia 3


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Appalachian State


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Central Michigan 8


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Maryland


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Austin Peay 4


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Mississippi State 2


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Mississippi State 2


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Ole Miss 6


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Ole Miss 4


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Ole Miss 10


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South Alabama 10


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YaleO


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Alabama 8


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Wake Forest


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Western Michigan 8


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Western Michigan 8


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North CaroUna


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South Carolina 2


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Georgia 3


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Virginia 6


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Wake Forest 3


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South Carolina 3


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Georgia 5


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N. C. State 1


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North Carolina 1


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Virginia 3


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Georgia 7


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Florida State 1


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Florida State 2


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Florida State 9


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South Carolina 5



The hitting of Craig White (15) and the
pitching of Lindsay Graham (27) were just
part of the team effort which gave the
Tigers a successful season.








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Smiley Sanders (23), remembered well for his football
exploits, also stars in the stripes of a baseball
uniform.




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Track



Track is the most ancient of all sports. Man is pitted
against man is the purest form of competition. Here, the race
is with the man in the next lane or the effort to better him
in the pit or over the bar.

Throughout the season this year, the thm-clads of
Clemson walked away from each meet with one of two feelings
in mind-that they were best or that their efforts to win had
been in vain. The season ended with a record of 4^, neither
good or bad. At least all who participated knew the satisfac-
tion of having done their best against stiff ACC competition.



Roster

Med Allen
Dean Bissey
Bob Bosler
George Bosse
Pete Bowden
Bruce Brown
Mike Browning
Frank Comer
Mac Copeland
Walt Credle
Jeff Culberson
Ian Davidson
Jack Doyle
Dale Dudley
Ron Elwell
Ed Fern
Neal Gerrard



Gene Hortz
Art Howie
Wayne Jenkins
Witt Langstaff
Bill Long
Johnny Moon
BUI Nelson
John Price
Seamon Richardson
Frank Romero
Larry Rush
Paul Seesman
Frank Wirth
Rick Zanes
Larry Zehnder
Fred Zeiher
Nick Zungoli




Results



C. U. IWi


Furman 66'/2


C. U. 116


West Virginia Wesleyan 29


C. U. 87


North Carolina 58


C. U.87


East Tennessee State 58


C. U.48


Harvard 96


C.U.67


Georgia Tech 78


C. U. 65


South Carolina 80


C.U.67


Georgia 75




Track




Results



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N. C. State 32


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use 32


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UNCC 15


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Furman 31


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Brevard 26


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Georgia Tech 21


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UNC45


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use 43



Roster

Steve Burgess
Rich Clonan
Jan Davidson
Steve Ellis
David Geer
Herman Jutzeler
Roy Kulikowski
Dean Matthews
Tom Shields
Dave Wright
Rick Zanes



Cross Country

The athletes who run cross country for
Clemson are rare individuals. Their dedication
to a sport which gives little personal glory yet
requires demanding physical conditioning can be
matched by none. The men have no off season for
they must move on to track with no chance to rest.

The 1973-74 Clemson Cross Country team was
young in age with several freshman forming the
nucleus of the squad. The long distance stamina
they demonstrated this year should earn them
much recognition in the years to come. Many of
the meets were very close, yet Clemson managed
to come up with a respectable season, winning three
meets and losing five.










The scenic beauty of the Clemson University campus provided
much of the background for the early morning meets of Clemson's
young Cross Country Team.





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Swimming




Experience blended with talented freshmen this
year to make the Tigers a more competitive team
than in the past. Unfortunately, the swimming
team was still forced to swim in the chlorine
saturated three lane "bathtub" of the YMCA as
their new facilities in Fike were not yet com-
pleted. The continued improvement of the swimmers
was evident in the number of broken school
records and several meet victories. Diving also
suffered from a lack of facihties but still
managed to make great improvements over last
year's team.

Roster

Head Coach; Carl McHugh
Assistant Coach:

Andy Moore
Student Trainer;

Rich Saitta
George Ackley
John Brick
Tim Burton
Dennis Deering
Douglas Emmerthal
Mike Henderson
Bob Lasher
Frank Levy
Joe Morton
Scott Morris
Bob Mott
Stuart Owens
Fred Triplet!
Ernie Whalen
Scott Ziegler



Tennis



Rumors and talk of an ACC championship were
heavy as the Clemson netters began the '73 season.
Clemson was a young team which possessed a great
deal of talent on which the Tiger hopes rested.

Leading the Tigers' efforts were a pair of juniors,
Bhanu Numma and Herb Cooper, who was also team
captain. Behind them were newcomers Asif Husain,
Ali Akbar, and Howie Orlin as well as veteran
Larry Maggiore. Clemson faced a tough and tight
schedule yet ended the season with a 1 2-6 mark,
4-2 in the ACC with losses coming from Virginia
and North Carolina. Clemson wound up second in
the Atlantic Coast Conference behind North
Carolina.






Roster

Head Coach: Bill Beckwith

Ali Akbai

Herb Cooper

Henry Dewitt

Asif Husain

Bill Jackson

Stefan LaPorte

Bhanu Nunna

Howie Orlin

Pike Rowley

Ward Snyder

1973 Results



C. U. 9
C. U.9
C. U. 5
C. U. 6
C. U. 6
C. U. 2
C. U. 1
C. U. 9
C. U. 8
C. U.4
C.U. 6
C. U. 5
C.U. 3
C.U. 1
C. U.
C.U. 6
C.U. 9
C.U. 8



Wingate

Purdue

Western Kentucky 4

Duke 3

East Tennessee State 2

Trinity 7

Texas 8

Southwest Louisiana

Presbyterian 1

Virginia 5

Maryland 3

Harvard 4

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UNC8

Georgia 9

Wake Forest 3

N. C. State

Furman 1



Golf



Tournaments were the agenda of the 1973
Clemson linksters as they faced tougher and
tougher competition on the courses. With only two
dual meets scheduled for the season, Tiger for-
tunes faired worse than in years past. Despite a
wealth of experience on the Clemson squad in the
form of seven returning lettermen, the team was
unable to receive the competitive practice it
needed to win in the ACC.

At the ACC championships held at Pinehurst,
N. C, the Tigers faced their toughest competition
from perenial national power Wake Forest as well
as the other ACC teams. Although never far behind,
Clemson finished a disappointing sixth and so
ended a dismal season.




Roster

Coach: Bob Jones
Rick Beasley
Don Bowie
Steve Broome
Charles Craft
James Glenn
T. J. Grubbs
Joe Moses
BUly Rigby
Al Sanders
BUI Shipley
Tommy Stallings

Results

ACC Tournament
Scoring

Wake Forest 1092
N. estate 1136
U.N.C. 1138
Maryland 1139
Duke 1142
Clemson 1172
Virginia 1177





Junior Varsity Sports

Junior Varsity Sports at Clemson went
through a tremendous change in the 1973-74
season. Freshmen were now allowed to participate
in varsity athletics. This meant that talented
freshmen could move into positions on the varsity
squad. The new rule, while making the varsity
action more exciting, made junior varsity action
almost non-existent. The football team was forced
to cancel several of its games. As for the basket-
ball squad, it did without the services of any
bigmen.



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Basketball


Football




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C. U.34


Citadel 6


C. U. 107 Brewton-Parkei 69


C. U. 8


Georgia 24


C. U. 80 Anderson College 95 J;'" ]'■ ^'^
C. U. 104 North GreenviUe 85 -• H' . '


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C. U. 86 North GreenviUe 93


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Ferrum College 24


C. U. 97 use -Lancaster 70






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C. U. 84 East Tennessee State 75




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Charles Ashley


James Parker




Robert Becker


James Phillips




Richard Bollinger


Jeffrey Pollard




Robert Bolubasz


William Roper




Thomas Bright


Richard Shafer




Harold Cain


Henry Singleton




Kenneth Callicutt


Gregg Smith




Richard Carter


Frank Stilley




Chris CUfford


Donald Stone




Robert Coffey


Timothy Stough




William Comer


Mark Strawbridge




Michael Cornell


Patrick Swisher




Breck Culler


John Tabor




Chris Douglas


Nelson Wallace




Frederick Engelhaupt


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Roy Eppes


Travers Webb




Stephen Ferdon


Kenneth Weichel




Michael Flanders


Willie Wingo




Michael Gravely






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Greg Bauld




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Donald Boop




Gary Kesack


Dave Brown




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Harold Cain




Rutledge Livingston


Kenny Davis




Malcolm Marler


David Dobson




John McCarter


Sal Espejo




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John Franken




David Morris


Lewis Lawhon




Michael Newsome


Jules Mugnier
Dan Steadley






Fencing



Clemson's fencing team, althougli sporting
a twenty-two man squad had only three returning
lettermen. The three veterans, Dave Purnell,
Steve McCall, and Rodney Snell, formed a strong
nucleus for a basically weak team which faced
a rugged schedule.

The knowledge and experience of head coach
Hal Cooledge and assistant Larry Gahan led
the Tigers through their schedule.

Two highlights of the season were the Clemson
Open and the ACC Championships. The Clemson
Open hosted one hundred fencers from many
strong teams as well as several unattached
participants.



Roster

Head Coach: Hal Cooledge

John Atwater

Richard Byrd

Lamont Freeman

John Furman

Ralph Gombert

David Hailey

Alan Hicks

Scott Hilborn

Steven Holaday

Dewey Hurt

John Jensen



Joseph Johnson
Stephan McCall
Edward McCormick
James McDaniel
David Pumell
John Murden
Frank Reils
Rodney Snell
William Tindal
Thomas Worsdale
Edward Zeigler





Aero Club



The Clemson University Aero Club, origi-
nally established in 1928, provided inexpensive
flight training to Clemson students, faculty,
staff and their dependents. The Aero Club
currently owns one Cessna 1 50 for use in train-
ing. For long distance flights, a four seat Cessna
172 was available at substantially reduced rates.

In addition to flight training, the Aero
Club provided a series of films and guest
speakers for the monthly meetings. For those
students who had a desire to learn more about
general aviation, associate membership was
easily available.




Rifle Team



The Rifle Team has come a long way from the
early fifties and along the way the team has built
and maintained its character, distinction, and
poise. Its character is winning, its distinction—
never a losing season, and its poise— never knuckl-
ing under to pressure. It takes long hard work,
three hours a day, at least four days a week,
semester after semester. A year of training before
the first varsity match makes a trainee wonder if it is
worth it all. But when its all over one knows what
it is to be a part of the team, a winning team.





Sgt. Marvin Bloom, Bill Burdette, Richard Spencer, Rusty Conley, Mike Griggs, Geo Leslie, James Leech, Steve Thompson, Mike Leighton, Buck Shilling, Guy
Olsin, Richard Chiplan, Robert Wood, Donnie Hicks, Fred Copeland, Alan Brown, James Harvley, Duane Keisler, Capt. Randolph House, Ed Gresham.



Rugby Club



The object of Rugby is to get the ball across
the opponents goal and physically touch the ball
down. Just crossing the goal doesn't give a team a
score. The extra point is kicked from a point
perpendicular to where the ball is in play in the
endzone until grounded. The ball should be grounded
as close to the center of the goalposts as
possible to allow the kicker a better angle.
The ball may be advanced down the field by kick-
ing or running. Scoring in Rugby is as follows:
Try or Touchdown 4 points. Extra Point 2 points,
Place Kick for a Penalty Kick 3 points, In Play
Dropkick 3 points.




George Conover, Elliot Eskew, Jimmy Howard, Richard Bisett, Peter Keck, Clay Moye, Benny Cantrell, Mike Francis, Eric Nelson, Jim Long, Steve Joye, John
Bagwell, Bill Craig, Ed Pittman. Bob Wheeler, Mark Serra, Buster Chaplin, Chris Maury, Mike Stuck, Jim Sikes, Hi-Fi Mulligan, John Helton, Gary Hoffmann, Joe
Croman, Rick Harper, Roman Heckman, Steve Goodwin, Bob Ginn, Peter Dessaur, Chris Drier, Scott Ewing, John Hodges, BUly Fellers.



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Sailing Club



The Clemson Sailing Club was dedicated to
recreational and competitive sailing and good
times. One of the largest organizations on
campus, the club offered students and faculty
sailing instruction and the opportunity for
intercollegiate competitive sailing.

The club encouraged year-round sailing for
members with saildays, beer races, club regattas
and the infamous sailing club parties. The sail-
ing team competed regularly with other uni-
versitys in the South Atlantic Intercollegiate
Sailing Association.




Sailing Club






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