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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, December 2, 1971

PageYenTHE ICHGAN AIL

McKenzie,

M. Taylor

honored

Satisfaction

NEW YORK (,P) - Cornell's Ed Top-ranked Nebraska; Oklaho- The defensive line averages a
Marinaro, college football's all- ma, Michigan Auburn and Notre mere 237 pounds per man, ranging
time rushing champion; Pat Sulli- Dame had two players on the All- in size from 265 - pound Smypie
van, the Heisman Trophy winner, America team. Gelhart of Georgia Tech at the
and scoring champ Lydell Mitchell Auburn's other representative, other flank. In the middle are 250-
of Penn State were named yester- Beasley, latched onto 55 passes for pound Larry Jacobson of Nebraska
day to The Associated Press All- 846 yards and 12 touchdowns. and 230-pound Mel Long of To-
America football team. Doug Kingsriter of Minnesota, ledo at the tackles and 234-pound
Rounding out the backfield is who caught 28 passes for 379 yards Rich Glover of Nebraska at middle
speedy Greg Pruitt of Oklahoma. and provided some superior block- guard.
Terry Beasley, Sullivan's daz- ing, is the tight end. The huge in-
zling split end at Auburn, made terior line averages almost 246 ey of San Jose State, Jeff Siemon
the squad as wide receiver. pounds per man and consists of of Stanford and Mike Taylor of
Sullivan sparked Auburn to nine tackles Jerry Sisemore of Texas Michigan. Stanford and Michigan
victories before Saturday's loss to and John Vella of Southern Cali-! also are among the leaders in team
Alabama. The clutch - throwing fornia, guards Reggie McKenzie of
quarterback completed 162 of 281 Michigan and Royce Smith of rushing defense-Michigan is No.
passes for 2,012 yards and 20 Georgia and center Tom Brahaney 1-while Chanay ranks among the
touchdowns. of Oklahoma. best in interceptions.
Pruitt provided the amazing out -__ -_-_
side speed that made Oklahoma's
wishbone attack the most awesome
ground game in the history of
college football. He has carried 160
times for 1,047 yards and 15 touch-
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Named to the second team were
tight end Charles Young of South-
ern Cal, wide receiver Johnny Rod-
gers of Nebraska, tackles Dave
Joynar of Penn State and Tom
Luken of Purdue, guards Gordon
Gravella of Brigham Young and
John Hannah of Alabama, center
Tom DeLeone of Ohio State, quar-
terback Jerry Tagge of Nebraska
and running backs Eric Allen of
Michigan State, Johnny Musso of
Alabama and Robert Newhouse of
Houston.
On defense are ends Willie Har-
per of Nebraska and Robert Park-
house of Alabama, tackles Ronnie
E s t a y of Louisiana State and
Sherman White of California,
guard Doug Krause of Miami,
Ohio, linebackers Ralph Cindrich
of Pitt, Joe Fejerspeil of Kentucky
and Willie Hall of Southern Cal
and backs Tom Darden of Michci-
gan, Ernie Jackson of Duke and
Robert Popelka of Southern Meth-
odist.
Named to the third team from
Michigan were tailback Billy Tay-
lor and defensive end Mike Keller.
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MICHIGAN LINEBACKER Mike Taylor is assisted by junior Don
Eaton (86) in pulling down a Buckeye ball carrier in the 10-7
victory over Ohio State. Both Taylor and offensive guard Reggie
McKenzie were named to the Associated Press All-American team
yesterday.

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WASHINGTON -- Congressman
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day announced the results of a
secret poll conducted of all House
Members to determine which foot-
ball team should be rated Number
One in the country. The results
were overwhelmingly in favor of
Michigan. Esch claimed that his
poll, conducted by secret ballot,
emphasizes once and for all who
should be rated Number One. It
was in direct conflict with weekly
UPI and AP polls. "It is obvious
in their wisdom that the Repre-
sentatives throughout the country
have chosen wisely and without re-
gard to special interest," said
Esch.
Esch indicated that Congress-
man Edmondson of Oklahoma,
Congressman Thone of Nebraska
and Congressman Flowers of Ala-
bama had raised serious objections
to the methods through which the

poll was conducted and asked to
examine the ballots. Esch denied
there was any fraud involved and
indicated that his Special Assist-
ant, George Stevens, and staff had
counted the ballots and they were
destroyed upon completion of the
counting.
Esch indicated that he will for-
ward the results to the W h i t e
House and encourage the Presi-
dent to name Michigan the Num-
ber One team in the country, in
spite of anticipated loud protesta-
tions from Alabama, Oklahoma
and Nebraska and the furor rais-
ed two years, ago when the Presi-
dent named Texas over Penn
State. "I personally hope that the
President, being such as h a r p
analyst of football, will concur
with the decision of the House,"
Esch said. "Besides, there are more
electoral votes in Michigan than
in Oklahoma, Nebraska or Ala-
bama."

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