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BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE
TIME 1:30 P.M.
1st Row: Larry Melcher (Chelsea), Mike Lynch (Dorchester), Joe Kublicki (Bridgewater),
Geoffrey Fanning (Norwood), Leon Weinstein (Chelsea), Richard Copello
2nd Row: Herb Lynch (Haverhill), Paul Stella (Brockton), Carmin Guarino (Revere), Bill
Clifford (Brockton), Ralph Robinson (Lakeville).
1st Row: Bill Matheson (Arlington), Tom Cook (Lawrence), Leon Weinstein (Chelsea),
Geoffrey Fanning (Norwood), Mike Lynch (Dorchester), Charles Worden
(Newton), Richard Copello (Brock~on).
2nd Row: Bill Clifford (Brockton), Pater ~owe (Lynch), Doug Bromley (Bridgewater),
Ralph Robinson (Lakeville).
FIRST ROW: Bill Matheson (Arlington), Doug Bromley (Bridgewater), Tom Cook (Lawrence). Leon Weinstein
. (Chelsea). Geoffrey Fanning (Norwood), Mike Lynch (Dorchester). Charles Worden (Newton). Peter Rowe (Lynn).
Richard Copello (Brockton). Bill Clifford (Brockton).
SECOND ROW: Larry Melcher (Chelsea). Herb Lynch (Haverhill). Joe Hartel (Jamaica Plain). Joe Kublicki
(Bridgewater), James Accomando (Boston). Jon Cucinatto (Wakefield), Chris Lee (Bridgewater). Ed Carr
(Natick). Paul Stella (Brockton). Jim Fagan (Taunton).
THIRD ROW: Bud Fanning (Watertown), Ralph Robinson (Lakeville), Richard Gonsalves (Gloucester), Bob
Medeiros (Revere). Frank St. Peter (Hyde Park), Brian McCabe (Charlestown), Joey Hackett (Roslindale),
Dick Castro (Taunton), Jerry Conefrey (Brockton).
FOURTH ROW: Tom Humphrey (Westboro); Mike Perchard (East Boston). Charles Sarkisign (Billerica).
Dick Vintro (Taunton). Carmin Guarino (Revere), Don Cotton (Framingham). Steve Lonsdale (Abington).
DAVE DEEP JOSE PH LAZARO
Six years ago, after a long and
careful study, the administration
approved a petition from an over-
whelming majority of our stud-
ents to establish football as a
HEAD COACH major sport on this campus. In
the intervening time nothing has
EDWARD SWENSON occurred to indicate that the
petition was anything but aproper
and valuable one. It is true that
our football team over these six
years has established a poor
won-loss record. Any other
Lee Harrington outcome, however, would have
Academic Dean been totally unexpected.
Two major problems present themselves in such an undertaking.
First, there is the obvious scheduling problem which results in the
ineVitability of over,-matching our team with already-established
clubs. Secondly, there is the task of developing a nucleus of players
who have had high school experience. It is my considered judgment,
and I have watched the situation closely, that this nucleus is ever
We felt at the outset that football would prOVide a stimulus in the
area of student extra-curricular activity. In this feeling we have
not been disappointed for in addition to prOViding an opportunity for
many of our undergraduate males to participate in this physically
demanding sport, it has provided colorful and exciting Saturday
afternoons for all of our students, faculty, and alumni.
CHARLES VARNEY It is an accepted axiom in inter-collegiate athletics that the
success of any team is in large measure attributable to its desire
for victory. In turn the desire to win on the part of the participants
is related to the attitude of the students and faculty of a particular
college. The players on our football team must be thoroughly con-
vinced that everybody concerned does in fact join with them in a
May I take this opportunity to congratulate our Head Coach,
Professor Edward Swenson, and his assistants for the p'atience
which they have shown while enduring the concomitant frustrations
of rearing a baby sport and may I urge our students and faculty
members to make a special effort during the coming football season
to impress upon our players a complete support of their efforts.
Very soon Bridgewater will begin to win its share, and I selfishly
hope, more than its share of football games.
May I also extend a cordial invitation to all the high school foot-
ball players, who might have an opportunity to read this· brochure
to apply to Bridgewater and to join with us in the pleasant and ex-
hilarating undertaking of planting deeply and firmly the roots of
football as a major sport on this campus.
PETER MAZ ZAFERRO Lee Harrington
Adrian Rondileau Henry F. Werner Lee Harrington Philip Dooley
President Assistant to Academic Dean Chairman of
President Athletic Committee
MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT RONDILEAU September 26, 1966
The decade ahead promises to be an exciting as well as challenging period for all
of us connected with Bridgewater State College. It is a decade in which the role of our
college as a multi-purpose institution of higher learning will be fulfilled.
Bridgewater believes in high quality education and it believes in education of the
whole. person. A well educated person is interested in both sports and ideas - both
science and the arts, both his community and his college. He has good sense in taking
care of himself mentally, morally and physically. He is generous and cooperative in
contributing to the welfare of the members of the team and his fellow students.
He is a good student, a good professional person, a good family man or woman and a
good all round citizen.
.Eor this reason we have already embarked on a major program to provide the ad-
ditional facilities necessary to carryon our Health and Physical Education programs.
All of us in the College Community are watching as our wide expanse of land on Great
Hill is developed for dormitories, parking accommodations, and in the years ahead for
physical education facilities.
We take great pride in the anticipated growth of our Health and Physical Education
Department as we do in the quality and expansion of every other department of the
college. We are confident that the future will bring an even higher level of excellence.
BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE
1966 VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER
No. Name Class POSe Age Ht. Wt. Hometown
10 Robinson, Ralph Jr. B 20 5'9" 180 Lakeville
12 Stella, Paul So. B 19 5' 11" 180 Brockton
15 Bromley, Doug Jr. B 24 5'10" 195 Bridgewater
20 Medeiros, Robert Fr. B 18 6'1" 170 Revere
21 Cornell, Everett So. B 22 5'10" 175 Taunton
22 Cucinatto, Jon Sr. B 21 5'8" 170 Wakefield
23 st. Peter, Frank Fr. B 19 5'11" 180 Boston
32 Humphrey, Tom Jr. B 19 5'10" 194 Westboro
33 Clifford. Bill Jr. B 20 5'10" 175 Brockton
35 * Baranow.ski, Broni Sr. B 20 5'8" 180 Wareham
40 Rowe, Peter So. B 19 5'10" 190 Lynn
42 Fagan, Jim So. E 19 6'2'·' 187 Taunton
44 Lynch, Herb Fr. B 17 5'11 " 190 Haverhill
50 Accomando, Jim So. C 19 5'8" 185 Boston
51 Hackett, Joey Fr. G 18 5' 10" 180 Roslindale
52 * Fanning, Geoffr:ey Sr. C 21 6' 225 Norwood
53 Castro, Richard Jr. G 19 5'10" 165 Taunton
54 Thompson, Larry Sr. T 21 6' 200 Bridgewater
60 Carr, Ed Fr. G 19 5'9" 175 Natick
61 Lonsdale, Steve Sr. G 21 5'10" 165 Abington
62 Perchard, Mike Fr. G 18 5'7" 175 East Boston
63 Kublicki, Joe So. G 21 5'11" 215 Bridgewater
64 Weinstein, Leon Fr. G 18 5'11" 191 Chelsea
65 Lynch, Mike Fr. G 18 5'10" 210 Syracuse, N.Y.
67 Conefrey, Jerry So. G 19 5'10" 190 Brockton
70 Hartel, Joe Fr. T 20 6' 190 Jamaica Plain
71 Sarkisian, Charles Fr. T 20 5'8" 197 Billerica
72 Lee, Chris Sr. T 21 5'11 " 190 Bridgewater
73 Keaveny, Bill . Jr. G 21 5'8" 190 Watertown
74 Worden, Charles Fr. T 18 5'9" 210 Newton
76 Vintro, Richard Jr. G 22 5'7" 210 Taunton
77 Cook, Tom Fr. T 19 6' 220 Lawrence
80 Guarino, Carmin Jr. S 19 5'9" 169 Revere
81 Matheson, Bill Fr. E 18 5'11' , 160 Arlington
82 Gonsalves, Richard Jr. E 21 5'10" 170 Gloucester
83 Melcher, Larry So. E 21 5'10" 180 Chelsea
84 Fanning, Bud Fr. E 18 5'9" 150 Watertown
85 McCabe, Brian Fr. E 19 6'1" 195 Charlestown
86 Copello, Richard F. So. E 22 5'10" 157 Brockton
Witham, Tom Trainer
1966 VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER
No. Name Class Pos. Age Ht. Wt. Hometown
10 *Adams, David Jr. B 20 6' 170 Westbrook
11 Mercer, Robert Jr. B 5'9" 150 Bucksport
12 Wilbur, Elwood So. B 19 6' 180 Hampton, N.H.
13 *Billings, Randall Jr. B 20 5'6" 172 Rockland
14 Keene, Gary Fr. B 18 6' 165 Bucksport
15 Powell, Dane Fr. B 18 6'2" 165 Dover-Foxcroft
20 Martel, Robert Fr. B 19 5'8" 182 Portland
21 Tine, .Albe rt Jr. B 20 5'9" 167 Reading, Mass.
22 *Lynch, Michael Jr. B 20 5'7 " 163 Newburyport, Mass.
23 Blanchette, James So. B 19 5'8" 162 S. Hampton, N.H.
24 Tinker, Joseph Fr. B 19 5'8" 168 Belgrade Lakes
30 Kroesser, Kenneth Fr. B 19 5'10" 190 Belfast
31 Gaydos, John So. B 5'9" 188 Lisbon Falls
32 Bergeron, Richard So. B 19 5'6" 185 Saco
33 Wolford, Elmo Jr. B 20 5'9" 190 Portland
34 Jacobsen, Arthur Jr. B 5'11 " 192 Forked River, N.J.
40 *Harris, Albert Jr. B 20 5'7" 155 Woodville, Mass.
41 Patasini, Lawrence So. B 20 5'10" 172 Fairhaven, Mass.
42 Cloutier, Peter Fr. B 19 6' 180 S. Portland
43 Giles, Richard Fr. B 19 5'10" 185 Brewer
44 MacLeod, Paul So. B 5'10" 155 Bangor
50 Jenkins, Geo. Fr. C 19 5'9" 195 Portland
51 *Hoysradt, Kirk Jr. C 21 6' 201 Manchester, Mass.
52 Haskell, William So. C 21 5'10" 206 Dexter
53 Dennison, Hazen So. C 19 5'9" 172 Lincoln
60 Walsh, George So. G 5'9" 178 Bucksport
61 Fairfield, James Fr. G 19 5'7 " 175 Kennebunkport
62 Sponsler, Russell Jr. G 22 5'9" 190 Kittery
63 *Michaud, Harold Jr. G 22 5'10" 194 Waterville
64 Gallant, Joseph Fr. G 19 5'10" 195 Bucksport
65 Richard, Paul Fr. G 19 6'1" 205 Waterboro
66 MacLeod, Robert So. G 18 6' 195 E. Weymouth, Mass.
67 Svetin, Leonard Fr. G 19 5'11" 170 Middleton, Mass.
68 Truman, Edward Fr. G 19 5'11" 160 Oxford
70 *Hunter, Peter Sr. T 21 5'11" 180 Waterville
71 Cousins, Bruce Fr. T 19 5'11" 195 Noank, Conn.
72 Carrier, Gerald Fr. T 19 6'1' 185 Mexico
73 Pickering, Ray Fr. T 19 5'10" 218 Bucksport
74 King, Dennis Fr. T 19 6' 200 Saugus, Mass.
75 Nason, Wayne Fr. T 19 6'1" 205 Saco
76 *Lindvall, Robert Jr. T 21 6'3" 230 Waterville
77 Theriault, David Jr. T 20 6'3" 204 Salem, Mass.
78 Simpson, Jerry So. T 19 6'3" 200 Farmington
79 Wynne, Kelley Fr. T 19 6' 225 Waterville
80 Keyes, Robert So. E 19 5'11" 172 Ipswich, Mass.
81 Peterson, Eric So. E 19 5'11" 157 Millinocket
83 Lary, Ernest So. E 19 6'1" 170 Dover- Foxcroft
84 Charleston, Norman So. E 19 6' 180 Westbrook
85 *Blackmore, Robert Jr. E 20 6'1" 185 Westbrook
86 Thibodeau, John Fr. E 19 6' 175 Old Town
87 McEachern, Hugh So. E 19 5'11" 189 Greenville J ct.
88 *Werner, Albert Jr. E 21 6'1 " 187 Portland
Marcia Mitchell - Head Cheerleader
2nd Row: Karen Mraczka, Sandy Camara
3rd Row: Laurie Dolliver, Donna Skales, Marie Capello
4th Row: Fran Smith, Carol Mauzello, Linda Murray, Ava Demers
Best Wi shes in the Season
Good Luck Bears
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