1957 UP All-PCC football team
Five Teams Represented On UP All-Coast UCLA Places Two Players On Top Club UP All-Pacific Coast SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25. (UP) -- The United Press all-Pacific Coast fooball squad for 1957. FIRST TEAM Pos. Name and School Wt. Ht. Age Class Home Town E--Dick Wallen, UCLA . . . 185 6-0 20 Junior Alhambra, Cal. E--Don Elllngsen, Wash. St 160 6-10 20 Junior Spokane, Wash. _ . 204 218 T--BUI Leeka, UCLA T--Troy Barbee, Stanford G--Harry Mondale, Oregon 198 O--Jim Bracklns, Oreg'n St 195 C--Marv Bergman, Wash. . 214 B--Bob Newman, Wash. St 190 B--Jim Shanley, Oregon . . 1 7 0 B--Joe Francis, Oregon St 196 6-0 19 6-1 20 5-4 26 6-0 20 6-3 20 6-2 21 5-8 21 Junior Junior Senior Junior Soph Temple City . . . San Diego . Eugene, Ore. Redlands, Cal. Camas, Wash. 6-1 21 B--Jim Jones, Washington 196 6-1 21 Senior Tacoma, Wash. SECOND TEAM THIRD TEAM Gary Van Galder, Stanford .... E ... Ron Wheatcroft, California Ron Stover, Oregon E Larry Aldrich, Idaho 'Pacific SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Junior El Cerrlto, Cal. OPI-UCLA, which rounded a Senior No. Bend, Ore.' an ;, ,..i... ,,,,..,,_ JB ^,... to Dest Senior Honolulu, T. H.I , . iv impressive season despite H is crippling Pacific Coast cnce penalties, landed two players on the United Press Coast football team Ted Bates, Oregon T . Dave Jesmer, Oregon State ... T . Jerry Kramer. Idaho G . Al Carr, Arizona State G . Merl Hitzel, Washington State C . which was announced today. Lc t end Dick V'i'len. a Jack Douglas, Stanford B Tom Flores, COP . Dick Day, Washington Bill Stnegel, COP . Proverb Jacobs, California mendous pass interceptor .... Frank Fiorentino, USC Iwell as receiver, and Buzz Randall, 0_regon State tackle Bill Leeka were the Bob Mulgrado, Arizona State Chuck Shea, Stanford Jack Morris, Oregon B . B . B . Nub Beamer, Oregon State Jack Crabtree, Oregon .. Luther Carr, Washington .. Leon Burton, Arizona State (Crabtree, Carr and Burton polled same number of votes) HONORABLE MENTION Ends: Bob DeGrant, Oregon State; Clancy Osborne, Arizona State; Farrell Funston, COP; Jack Fanning, Washington State. Tackles: Floyd Peters, San Francisco State; Bart Jankans, Arizona State; Mike Henry, Sou them California; Jerry Kershner, Oregon; Harley Martin, California; Don Mattson, Southern California; California; 1'om Ford, Arizona State; Carl Kammerer, COP. Guards: Bob Grottkau, Oregon; Joe Malpasuto. COP; Bob McKittnck, Oregon State; Stan Keith, San Jose State; Ed Brown, Arizona; John Clark, Stanford; Pat Reagan, Southern California; Armand DeWeese, Stanford; Don Manoukian, Stanford. Centers: Norm Chapman, Oregon; Bob Peterson, Oregon; Dave Fonner, Arizona State; Wayne Walker, Idaho. Backs: Ted Searle, Oregon State; Don Long, UCLA; Earnel Durden, Oregon State; Dick Payseno, Washington; Jack Hart, California; Kirk Wilson, UCLA; Joe Belland, Arizona State; Al Harrington, Stanford; Howard Willis, Idaho; Mike McCluskey, Washington; Don Millich, Washington; Ed Stevens, Washington State. Bru'ns named to the first string. i Harolds Trapshootln; Don Ellingsen, son of Wash-! ington State's "Tuffy" Elling- Lumberjacks Top Hornets Pro Basketball EASTERN DIVISION W Boston 13 sen who made history there years ago, nailed down the "ring for the Cougars. Quarterback Bob Newman, Ellingsen'* battery-mate In the powerful Washington State air attack, was named to the first string backfleld. Joining him were Joe Francis of Oregon State, Jim Shanley of Oregon and Jim Jones Washington. First string center went to Marv Bergmann of the Huskies while Harry Mondale, the fireplug from Oregon, and Jim Brackins of Oregon State the guard spots. Troy Barbee of Stanford paired with Leeka at tackle be the only Indian represented, EUREKA, Calif., Nov. 25. OP) ^.f''.. Humboldt State scored twice in New York . the fourth quarter on drives of 65 and 70 yards Saturday night 5 8 on a first team dominated the Northwest. Oregon and Stanford each landed three spots on the " i.ooo team which sported a backfield Â·462 consisting of the Indians' .4Â«2 Douglas and Chuck Shea, .385 M or ns o Oregon and Bob WESTERN DIVISION W L to come from behind and defeat i st. Louis a S Sacramento State,, 27-19. Cincinnati ..'.'.'.'..'. ... t s The score by periods: SStaÂ«poH.'". ? 12 Humboldt State. . 7 7 0 13--271 SUNDAY RESULTS Sacramento State 6 6 7 9-19 p W" ]eI P nl Â» TM- Minneapolis* gado of Arizona fTempel I Ron Stover of Oregon and 6i5i Gary Van Galder of Stanford !sÂ«5,tÂ°Â°' the end assignments 42 [Ted Bates of Oregon and Jesmer of Oregon State captured captured the tackle spots. Second team guard posts were grabbed by Jerry of Idaho and Al Carr of Arizona State while Merl Hitzel of Washington State was selected selected for center. Backfleld Battle A wild battle for backfield spots developed on the third team after Nub Beamer of Oregon State and Tom Flores of College of the Pacific were assured of their posts. The other two spots wound up in three-way tie among Jack tree of Oregon, Leon Burton Arizona State and Luther of Washington. The rest of the third team: Ends--Ron Wheatcroft, California California and Larry Aldrich, Tackles--Bill Striegel, COP Dick Day, Washington; Guards --Proverb Jacobs, California and Frank Fiorentino, Southern California; Center--Buzz Randall, Randall, Oregon State.