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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22,196

THE MICHIGAN DAIIIN

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1967 THE MICHIGAN DAlI A PAGE

Football News Lists All-Americas

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The Football News released its
1967 All-America team this week,
and it shows players from the
nation's top four teams holding
down 11 of the 34 spots available.
The grid weekly annually selects
a three-deep squad and this year
has included a kicker.
Southern California leads the
parade with four players on the
team. Star halfback 0. J. Simp-
son along with Ron Yary, Adrian
Young and Tim Rossovich repre-
sent the Trojans. Simpson finished
the regular season with over 1400
yards gained though sitting out a
game an a half. The amazing
junior scored 11 touchdowns, in-
cluding that decisive one against
UCLA, and is high on the list of
Heisman Trophy candidates.
Quick
Yary, exceptionally quick for his
270 pounds, anchors the offensive
line which helped spring Simpson
so often. The 235 pound Rossovich
headed up SC's defense from his
end position. Linebacker Young
killed Notre Dame by picking off
four passes.
Orange Bowl-bound Tennessee
placed Al Dorsey, Richmond Flow-
ers, and Bob Johnson. Dorsey is a
little-known defensive halfback

CHRIS GILBERT

who has blossomed into a star
this season.
UCLA quarterback Gary Beban
polled the most votes as he made
the News' All-American team for
the third consecutive year. With
Beban at the helm, UCLA has lost
only four games. As Bruin Coach

Knicks Outlast Bulls;
Celts Rock RocketsS

Tommy Prothro says, 'Truly, he's 4
the great one."
Teammate Don Manning, king- s
pin of UCLA's crack defensive unit
from his linebacking position, joins
Beban on the honor squad.
Purdue's polished quarterback,
Mike Phipps, was the only sopho-
more named to the team. Flashy
half back Leroy Keyes also made
the grade as the Boilermakers had ;
the Big Ten's only representatives
Notre Dame and Alabama each
had three players on the team.
Kevin Hardy, Tom Schoen, and
Jim Seymour represented the Irish
while Ken Stabler, Dennis Homan,
and Bobby Johns were named
from Alabama.
Csonka Named
Rich Stotter of Houston, Ne-
braska's Wayne Meylan, Gran-
ville Liggins of Oklahoma, and
Curley Clup from Arizona State JIM SEYMOUR
were the guards named.
Tackles included Edgan Chan- passing Idaho's Ray McDonald.
dler from Georgia, Jim Urbanck The 240-pounder is termed an
of Mississippi, North Carolina excellent pro prospect.
State's Dennis Byrd, and Bill Other halfbacks include Texas
Staley of Utah State. junior Chris Gilbert, well on his
Fullbacks are Larry Csonka of way to his second 1000-yard sea-
Syracuse and Lee White from ob- son, Houston's Warren McVea,
scure Weber State. Csonka is gifted with possibly the best moves
threatening to break all the exist- in the country, Ron Sellers from
ing Syracuse rushing records once Florida State, and Jerry Levias of
held by immortals like Jimmy Southern Methodist.
Brown, the late Ernie Davis, and The kicker is Jerry. DePolyster
Floyd Little. White has recently of Wyoming, holder of the all-
become the greatest runner in time career field goal and scoring
Big Sky Conference history, sur- record.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK - Emmett Bry-
ant's five points and Walt Bel-
lamy's layup with two seconds to
go in the second overtime led the
New York Knickersbockers to a
125-123 victory over the Chicago
Bulls last night in the second
game of a National Basketball
Association doubleheader.
A tough defense, led by Bill
Russell and theshooting of Sam
Jones, John Havlicek and Bailey
Howell paced the Boston Celtics
to a 121-114 victory in the first
game.
In the second overtime, Dick
Barnett shot from the corner and
Bellamy grabbed the rebound and
put it in for the victory. Bryant
had scored five straight points to
give the Knicks a 123-118 lead
but the Bulls fought back to tie
the game for the 27th time .on
Flynn Robinson's jumper with
1:19 left.
Barry Clemens of Chicago sent
the game into overtime when he
grabbed the ball from a scramble
in front of the Chicago basket

and scored as the buzzer sounded
to make it 103-103.
Chicago also sent the game
Sintothe second extra period. Bob
Boozer was fouled by Bellamy
while attempting to shoot and
made both free throws to tie the
game at 115 with 17 seconds left.j
Each team then missed a shot
and the game went into its sec-
ond overtime.,
McCoy McLemore scored 32
points and Boozer added 25 for
the Bulls. Bellamy, with 26, and
Cazzie Russell, with 25, led New
York.
The Celtics, forcing the ex-
pansion team to take many poor
shots, built up a 56-45 lead at
halftime. Then after the Rockets
closed to within five points, 66-
61, in the third quarter, Havlicek
led a spurt that enabled the
Celtics to lead 92-76 at the end
of the period.
Jones scored 24 points and
Havlicek and Howell 22 each for
Boston, who substituted freely in
the fourth quarter. Don Kojis
topped San Diego with 28.

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