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1970 all swc ap - Worster And Coach Carlen Get Top Honors As...
Worster And Coach Carlen Get Top Honors As AII-SWC Named 7558 the 197 a and a and Huk- DALLAS, Tex., (AP) — Thunder-running Steve Worster of the Unversity of Texas was selected Sunday as the Southwest Conference football player of the year in The Associated Press' annual poll of coaches. Texas Tech's Jim Carlen-in his first year on the job-was picked SWC coach of the year with his fine 8-3 record that put the Red Raiders in the Sun Bowl. Worster was joined in the dream backfield of the all conference team by Arkansas quarterback Bill Montgomery and tailback Bill Burnett of the Razorbacks - the most prolific touchdown-maker in SWC history. The flanker back is Derek Davis of Baylor. Slick ChuckDicus of Arkansas is the split end and Arkansas' Pat Morrison was selected by the coaches as the best tight end in the league. Other up-front first-teamers included Texas' Bobbv Wuensch and Southern Methodist's Bell Jackson at offensive tackle; Arkansas' Ronnie Hammers and Texas' Bobby Mitchell at guard; and Texas Christian's John Ruthstrom at center. Twelve men were nominated for the mythical defense - with Rice's Roger Roitch getting numerous votes at middle guard. Bill Atessis of Texas and Bruce Dowdy of Texas Tech are the ends, and Dick Bumpas of Arkansas and Wayne McDermand of Texas Tech are the tackles. Thd linebackers are Scott Henderson, Texas; Mike Boschetti, Arkansas, and David Jones, Baylor. The defensive backs include Bucky Allshouse, Rice; Ken Perkins, Texas Tech; Dave Elmendorf, Texas A&M, and Jerry Moore, Arkansas. There are only seniors on the first team offense. Ken Perkins of Texas Tech is the only junior on the defense. OFFENSE Split end-Chuck Dicus, Arkansas, 6-0, 171, Sr. Garland, Tex. Flanker-Derek Davis, Baylor, 6-2, 200, Sr. Dallas. Tackles - Bobby Wuensch, Texas, 6-3, 235, Sr., Houston and Bill Jackson, SMU, 6-2, 240, Sr., Abilene. Guards - Ronnie Hammers, Arkansas, 6-3, 228, Sr., Marshall, Tex. and Bobby Mitchell, Texas, 5-11, 210, Sr. Wheatridge, Colo. Tight End - Pat Morrison, Arkansas, 6-2, 212, Sr. Little Rock, Ark. Center-John Ruthstrom, TCU, 6-3, 245, Sr., Houston. Quarterback - Bill Montgomery, Arkansas, 6-1, 174, Sr., Carrollton, Tex. Fullback - Steve Worster, Texas, 6-0, 210, Sr., Bridge City. Tailback - Bill Burnett. 6-0.184, Sr., Bentonville, Ark. DEFENSE Ends - Bill Atessis, Texas, 6-3, 250, Sr., Houston and Bruce Dowdy, Texas Tech 6-4, 213, Sr. Pasadena. Tackles - Dick Bumpas, Arkansas, 6-1, 216, Sr., Fort Smith, Ark. and Wayne McDermand, Texas Tech, 6-4, 222, Sr., Beaumont. Middle guard - Roger Roitsch, Rice, 6-3, 243, Sr., LaGrange. Linebackers - Scott Henderson, Texas 6-0, 215, Sr., Dallas, Mike Boschetti, Arkansas 6-1, 190, Sr., Pine Bluff, Ark., and David Jones, Baylor, 6-4, 215, Sr., Corpus Christi. Defensive backs - Bucky Allsbrouse, Rice, 5-11, 197, Sr., Antonio; Ken Perkins, Texas Tech 6-1, 186, Jr. Lubbock; Dave Elmendorf, Texas A&M, 6-1, 200, Sr., Houston, Jerry Moore, Arkansas, 6-3, 198, Benton, Ark. Sr. SECOND TEAM OFFENSE Split end-Cotton Speyrer, Texas, Sr. Flanker-Johnny Odom, Texas Tech, Jr. Tackles-Mike Nelson, Arkansas, Jr. and Ron Evans, Baylor, Jr. Center-Jesse Richardson, Texas Tech, Sr. Quarterback-Eddie Phillips, Texas, Jr. Fullback-Doug McCutchen, Texas Tech Soph. Tailback-Gary Hammond, SMU, Jr. SECOND TEAM DEFENSE Ends-Bruce James, Arkansas, Sr. and Roger Goree, Baylor, Soph. Tackles-Larry Dibbles, TCU, soph and Rick Kersey, Arkansas, Sr. Linebackers-Joe Stutts, SMU.Sr.,; Larry Molinare, Texas Tech, Jr., and Stan Mauldin, Texas, Jr. Backs-Pat Curry, SMU, Sr.; Dale Rebold, Texas Tech, Jr.; Mike Tyler, Rice, Jr.; Ed Marsh, . Baylor, Sr. Player of the Year-Worster, Texas Tech. Offinsive sophomore of the year-Doug McCutchen, Texas Tech. Defensive sophomore of the Year-Roger Goree, Baylor. FABCINATINO Coach of the Year-Carlen, NOTICE If You Miss Your imly •nd live In MexU City Limit* Dial 562-2221 B*for« 6 P. M. Bus Station Taxi James Stanford HOW STEADY 18 ROCK OF GIBRALTAR? How many times have yon beard someone say— "Why,hell steady as the Rock of Gibraltar." This bringsthe question to mind . . . just how steady Is tbe Rock of Gibraltar? Well, it must be pretty solid because It has an area of two square miles and supports a population of 25,000 . . . without sinking into the ocean. 'Tbe Rock"- asitisknownto many American sailors — has survived the rule of several nations and is presently a Colony of Great Britain. The Rock of Gibraltar is located at the western entrance to the Mediterranean Ocean. And, speaking of being steady ... we feel that we are just M dependable and steady with our service as any old Rock of Gibraltar. Stop by and find out — we want to serve your needs. STANFORD INSURANCE AGENCY 111 North Sherman 562-2712 TRY OUR NEW RETIREMENT PLAN '13 95 ea. 65043 Blackwall Tubeless plus fed. tax & Trade in tire

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  1. The Mexia Daily News,
  2. 06 Dec 1970, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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