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First Row - Oscar Felsen, james Strickland, William Cunningham, John Bysina, Edward Abrams
captain, Frederick Reichart, Norman Weidner, John Sciortino, Ralph Hubregseng Second Row
john Swan, managerg John Dunbelton, john Elwell, Fred Rogers, Bruce Carter, George Mazzanti
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war unt, onald Hoak, Clarence Adams, Robert Mertens, Mr. Joseph Adessa, coach, Third
Row-Richard Jennings, Charles Guzzetta, Milton Bieber, Arthur Hutton, Paul Ryan, Frank
Spinner, Leo Dumke, Don Nicholls, Albert Trader, Anthony Alberti, Richard Allen.
State 2 Geneseo State 3 Oswego
State 4 Brockport State 6 Edinboro
State l Ontario Aggies State 0 Wheaton
State 1 Rochester State l Toronto
State 7 - 2 McMaster
October 5th saw the opening of the soccer season. Full
of hope and spirit, the squad marched onto the field to
meet their first oponents of the season, Geneseo State. A
discouraging blow was dealt in the first minute of the game
as Fred Rogers and Captain Ed Abrams collided while try-
ing to gain control of the ball. The immediate result was
the loss of both men for the remainder of the game. Norm
Weidner scored two goals, and the game turned to State's
advantage. Two additional goals were made by Fritz Rein-
hardt and Dick Jennings. Despite the efforts of Geneseo to
fight back, they were no match for State, and the outcome
was State 4 - Geneseo 2.
nent, Brockport State Teachers College. Captain Abrams
and Fred Rogers, suffering injuries from the opening game,
ree days later, the team met a strong and able oppo-
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started for Buffalo. Hopes ran high as State held Brockport
to a l - 1 tie for the first three quarters of the game. Then
newcomer John Bycina scored to put State ahead of the
favored Brockport squad. A commendable stand was made
by goalie Ed Hunt who competed against All-American
goalie, Bonde. The fourth quarter told the story as Water-
ford scored twice for Brockport to end the game with State
at the bad end of the 4 - 2 score.
The Ontario Aggies came to Buffalo and stayed neither
to win nor lose. They found Buffalo State still minus a
captain. Team spirit was low despite tremendous effort on
the part of the cheerleaders and the student body. They
were rewarded by Bill Cunningham's tying score. This put
Buffalo back into the ball game. A l - 1 tie was dealt to
both teams. This was State's only tie of the season.
A cold and windy day found the Statesmen in Rochester.
The weather set the pace for the mood of the day and for
the luck of the Orange and Black. Abrams was still out,
and Ed Hunt and Oscar Felsen were lost to the team. The
University of Rochester found that even with these men
missing, State still had a team. Halfback James Strickland
became the outstanding player of the day by breaking up
Rochester attempts again and again while lending excellent
support to the State line. A score of l - 0 in favor of Buffalo
was the reward.
Oswego was another team to meet defeat at the hands of
State. Fred Rogers, who had recovered from his injury,
helped State jump to an early lead. He led the attack by
scoring two goals in the opening quarter. These were fol-
lowed by Norm Weidner's score in the second half. Final
tally, 3 - 1.
Returning to the home field, the Statesmen took on the
task of administering a defeat to Edinboro. They wasted
no time in obtaining two goals in the first half. The second
half saw an even more hopeful team, and two more goals
were scored in the first four minutes of play. The inspired
team attacked and scored twice more. Desperately trying
to defend themselves, Edinboro managed to score once and
lost, 1 - 6.
The next game had Captain Ed Abrams back in compe-
tition. State played host to one of its toughest opponents,
Wheaton. Charging to the goal time and time again, the
Statesmen were put off incessantly. Playing a highly defen-
sive game, Mfheaton was finally successful in scoring. That
was the score that cost Buffalo State the game. Wheaton l
- State 0. .
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