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NEW YORK 0P)-Heisman Tro-!
phy winner Mike Garrett of
Southern California and Texas
Tech's Donny Anderson, a re-,
peater, are the halfbacks on the'
I965 Associated Press All-Amer-,
ica football team named yester-
Rounding out the offensive
backfield are Steve Juday, the
man who sparked Michigan State
to No. 1 ranking, and battering
Illinois fullback Jim Grabowski,
first draft pick in the American
Michigan's Bill Yearby garneredI
a tackle position on the secondI
team, and four other Wolverine;
standouts finished high in the
balloting. Tackle Tom Mack and
halfback Carl Ward were men-
tioned on the offensive squad, and!
linebacker Torn Cecchini and de-
Spend your h
quad Sox Talk to,
fensive back Rich Volk received recommendations of the sports- Texas, much better known as a Oklahoma's Carl McAdams, Ten- braska, 6-3, 252, senior, Chicago;
votes for the defensive All- writers and broadcasters who linebacker, was named at offen- nessee's Frank Emanuel and Lloyd Phillips, Arkansas, 6-1, 221
America team. make up the eight regional boards. sive guard. Nobis has so much Dwight Kelley of Ohio State. junior, Longview, Tex.
23 Players Performance in all games played ability he is the interior lineman Aaron L. Brown of Minnesota and MIDDLE GUARD-George Pat-
Notre Dame's Nick Rassas, through Nov. 27 were evaluated best suited for double duty, saw Ed Weisacosky of Miami of Flor- ton, Georgia 6-3. 209, junior, Tus-
Johnny Roland of Missouri and for the AP's 40th anniversary All- plenty of action on the attack ida are the ends, Nebraska's Walt cumbia, Ala.
George Webster of Michigan State America team. for the Longhorns and received Barnes and Arkansas' Lloyd Phil- LINEBACKERS - Carl Mc-
are the defensive backs selected on Close Votes consideration by Southwest board ips the tackles and George Patton Adams, Oklahoma, 6-3, 226, senior,'
the 23-man squad which takes in- All first team players were hard members at both positions. of Georgia the middle guard. White Deer, Tex.; Frank Emanuel,
to account the two-platoon game. pressed by other candidates but Nobis, picked in pro first rounds Brown (Kansas City) and Mc- Tennessee, 6-3. 220, senior, New-;
The 23rd ma, is Charley Go- none more than at halfback and by Atlanta and Houston, is joined Adams (St. Louis) were quick port News, Va.; Dwight Kelley,
golak the Hungarian-born soccer- offensive center. at guard by a future choice of '64, pro choices. The defensive line Ohio State, 5-11, 216, senior, Bre-
style placekicker from Princeton. Syracuse's Floyd Little was an Notre Dame's versatile Dick Ar- pounds.;men, Ohio.
The inclusion of a placement spe- outstanding ball carrier edged by rington who also worked at de- and linebackers average 227 BACKS-Johnny Roland, Mis-
cil snot i aete s- G ttand Ader P K fensive tackle. He was drafted by The 1965 Associated Press All- souri, 6-2, 207, senior, Corpus
cialist does not indicate the es- Garrett and Anderson. Pat Kil-fniv ak.HeasdftdyAmranfoalte :ChitT .;G rg Wesr,
tablishment of a precedent bqt lorin, 1964 All-America offensive Cleveland of the NFL and Boston American football team: Christi, Tex.; George Webster,
OFFENSE Michigan State, 6-4, 204, junior,
rather honors a player of remark- center from Syracuse, was bumped of the AFL. ED-oadTily usAdroSC;Nc ass
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (A'-Three
more minor trades and rumors on
the expected naming of George
Stickland as the new manager of
the Chicago White Sox occupied
the baseball meetings here yes-
The Kansas City Athletics
traded veteran outfielder Jim
Landis and minor leaguer Jim
Rittwage to Cleveland for catcher
Phil Roof and minor leaguer Joe
The San Francisco Giants swap-
ped utility outfielder Matty Alou
to Pittsburgh for left-hander Joe
able, record-breaking ability in
this field. Gogolak converted all 33
conversion tries and booted 16
field goals from as far away as
54 yards for 81 points.
The team was selected on. the
olidays with the
in ciearcu 'ft
to a second team berth by once-
beeaten Alabama's Paul Crane.
The latter is a two-way athlete
who goes in at linebacker at criti-
cal stages and is tabbed by Coach
Bear Bryant as Alabama's best
For the second successive year,I
NFL prime pick Tommy Nobis of
Glen iRay Hines 0f unbeaten, 5-10. 180, senior, Galena Park, Notre Dame, 6-0, 185, senior Win- Gibbon and utility man OssieI
untied Arkansas and Purdue's Tex.; Charles Casey, Florida, 6-2, netka, Ill. Virgil. The Pirates also will get a
Karl Singer, Boston Patriots' first 199, senior, Atlanta. SECOND TEAM minor league player to be namedI
round draftee, are at offensive TACKLES - Glen Ray Hines, OFFENSE later.
tackle while the incredible Howard Arkansas, 6-5, 235, senior, El Do- ENDS Freeman White, Nebras- Sox, Astros Deal
Twilley of Tulsa and Florida's rado, Tex.; Karl Singer, Purdue, ka; Dave Williams, Washington. The other trade sent White Sox
Charles Casey operate from the 6-1, 236, senior, Niles, Ohio. TACKLES-Sam Ball, Kentucky outfielder Dave Nicholson to the1
ends. GUARDS-Tommy Nobis, Texas, Francis Peay, Missouri. Houston organization, with Astro
On defense the linebackers are 6-2, 230. senior, San Antonio, Tex.; GUARDS-John Niland, Iowa; pitcher Jack Lamabe going to
-Dick Arrington, Notre Dame, 5-11,, Stan Hindman, Mississippi. Chicago.
232 senior, Erie, Pa. CENTER-Pat Killorin. Syra- Strickland is being mentioned
CENTER-Paul Crane, Alabama, cuse. as the man to succeed Al Lopez,
6-2,191. senior, Princhard, Ala. BACKS-Steve Spuriner, Florida; who resigned the White Sox job
State, 6-0, 180, senior, Northville, Jones, Michigan State; Ray Mc- butt has it that Strickland was
Mich.: Mike Garrett, Southern Donald, Idaho. the second choice. Mayo Smith,
iudgment by Chicago owner Ar-
Smith was offered the job Nov.
7. three days after Lopez' resigna-
tion. He flew from his Lake Worth,
Fla. home to Chicago eight days
later to confer with Allyn, con-
fident the job was his.
However, a disagreement over
the length and terms of the
contract arose. Allyn insisted on a
one-year contract but Smith held
out for two years. Negotiations
came to an end and Smith decided
to remain a special assignment
scout with the New York Yankees,
a position he has held for four
This opened the door for Strick-
land, coach of the Cleveland In-
dians who acted as interim mana-
ger of the Tribe when Birdie
Tebbetts suffered a heart attack
in April, 1964.
Alou, one of three brothers
playing in the majors, batted .231
last year. Gibbon was 4-9 with a
450 ERA and Virgil, who started
his major league career with the
Giants a decade ago, batted .265 in
Lamabe was 0-2 with Houston
after winning 10 games and losing
three at Toronto last season.
Nicholson, who batted only .153
in 80 times at bat last summer,
set a major league strikeout rec-
ord of 175 with the White Sox in
1963. He was brought to Houston
by General Manager Paul Rich-
ards, who gave him a $108,000
bonus in 1958 at Baltimore.
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California, 5-9, 185, senior, Los
Angeles; Donny Anderson, Texas
Tech, 6-3, 210, senior, Stinnett,
Tex.; Jim Grabowski, Illinois, 6-2,
211, senior, Chicago.
lie Gogolak, Princeton, 5-10, 160,
senior, Ogdensburg, N.Y.
ENDS-Aaron Brown, Minne-
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Tex.; Ed Weisacosky, Miami of
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TACKLES - John Richardson,
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former skipper of the Cincinnati
Reds and Philadelphia Phillies, is
said to have been the choice of
Lopez and White Sox General
Manager Ed Short.i
Lopez, now a consultant to the
club, is reported to be upset atI
the apparent failure of the White
Sox to hire Mayo. Friends ofI
Lopez say he considers this an
indication of lack of faith in his .
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DETROIT-The Baltimore Bul-
lets won their third straight game
by whipping the New York Knick-
erbockers 139-125 last night in the
first half of a National Basketball
The second game matched the
Detroit Pistons and St. Louis
Guards Don Ohl and Kevin
Loughery. a 1 o n g with center
Johnny Kerr and forward Jim
Barnes, scored in the 20s for the
Bullets, who never trailed after
ripping off 12 straight points early
in the first period.
The Bullets jumped their lead
to 68-56 by halftime and held a
103-89 margin after three quarters.
With Dick Barnett sinking four
straight shots after feeding a lay-
up to Emmett Bryant, New York
slashed the Baltimore lead to 104-
99 with 10 minutes remaining. But
a basket by Johnny Green and
four quick points by Ohl gave the
Bullets a 10-point edge and they
coasted the rest of the way.
NEW YORK - Third period
goals by George Armstrong and
Eddie Shack earned the Toronto
Maple Leafs a 2-2 National
Hockey League tie with the New
York Rangers last night.
The tie extended the Rangers'
winless streak to four games, dur-
i hih thv hnv ,zh dix'. r
on passes from Frank Mahovlich
and Dave Keon.
Shack, a former Ranger recalled,
fr:om Rochester of the American
League two weeks ago, tied it with
his fifth goal six minutes later.
Jean Ratelle potted New York's
first goal at 7:01 of the opening
period on a pass from Doug Rob-
inson. Robinson had broken up a
Toronto rush at the red line and
shoveled the puck to Ratelle who
beat Johnny Bower on a wrist
shot from 25 feet out.
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