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Lejt to right: John Lacey, Assistant Trainer; Bob Ward, Line Coach; Vern Seibert, Assistant Freshman Coach; Tommy Mont, Backfield Coach; James Tatum, Head Coach and Director of Athletics; Warren Giese, End Coach; Jack Henne- mier, Defensive Line Coach; Eddie Teague, Defensive Backfield Coach; Emmett Cheek, Freshman Coach; Alfred " Duke " Wyre, Head Trainer. coaches and seniors John Alderton . . . co-cap- tain of 1952 Terps . . . great defensive end from Cumberland, Md. . . . here Tatum said he could move a mountain if he had to. Walt Boeri, guard from Long Island . . . per- formed well as linebacker . . . suffered injury early in season but supplied plenty of brawn in plug- ging holes. Lloyd Colteryahn . . . record breaking offensive end . . . hails from Brent- wood, Pa. . . . big and fast and provided excel- lent target for Scarbath ' s Tom Cosgrove . . . offen- sive center from Phila- delphia . . . rated the best to ever perform at Mary- land ... In three years of duty never once caused a fumble.
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jf .lthough Maryland stumped its toe after win- ning 22 straight games and lost its last two games of the 1952 campaign no one should grumble over its 7-2 mark for the season. In fact, after watching them at home and in Boston it was hard for the Terp followers to realize what happened at Oxford, Mississippi, and Mobile, Alabama. These upsets caused Maryland to slip from the No. 2 ranking to 13th in the final Associated Press poll and lifted Ole Miss to 7th and Alabama to 9th and both to bowl games. The highlights of the season were headed by the breaking of several Maryland football records. Jack Scarbath shattered the former record set by Tommy Mont in 1942 as the ' 52 QB completed 59 passes out of 113 attempts for a total of 1149 yards. Offensive end, Lloyd Colteryahn, broke the pass receiving record and then set his own. 163
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Bob DeStefano . . . first replacement behind Scar- bath ... a fine passer . . . also calls excellent series of plays ... is from Providence, R. I. Ed Fullerton . . . co-cap- tain for 1952 . . . Hero- ically disproved 60 min- ute men are no more in Sugar Bowl . . . one of Maryland ' s greatest de- fensive backs. Art Hurd . . . guard from Gardner, Mass. . . . nick- named " Mother " by his teammates . . . liked it rough and tough . . . fin- ished the year as ace line- backer. Bill Maletzky . . . guard from White Plains, N. Y. . . . Member of famous " M " Club ... is a vicious and fast tackier . . . played the line as if he owned it. Dick Modzelewski . . . great All America tackle from West Natrona, Pa. . . . Picked as lineman of the year by Look . . . was backbone of rock-ribbed defense. Frank Navarro . . . guard from White Plains, N. Y. . . . was excellent blocker for his size . . . lettered all three years ... a hard worker with hustle. Paul Nestor . . . excellent defensive end from Par- sons, W. Va. ... a fast and sure blocker . . . likes it rough and makes it toug h to get around him. Jack Scarbath . . . Mary- l.ind ' s greatest QB . . . picked for everybody ' s 11 America team . . . broke almost all of Mary- land ' s previous passing records . . . None better. Ray Stankus . . . guard from Philadelphia, Pa. . . . first string offensive guard with a lot of drive and determination . . . good on defense as well as offense. Lou Weidensaul . . . other great offensive end from Ashland, Pa. . . . makes supreme effort to catch every pass with big hands and long reach.
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