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1949 AP All Pacific Coast team
Carpenter Draws Host Votes m Winning Position '" ' as I On Associated Press' 25th All- US K3. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 25-W)- The Associated Press has released what it considers one of its most representative teams in the 25-year-history of picking all Pacific coast football teams. . More; than 100 experts throughput the'far jwest participated in the poll in which only one team Rose Dowl-bttixrid;'ralifohIa" landed more than. one man bri: the first eleven. . 1- The California 'choices were Guard Rod Franz, Tackle Jim Tur ner, and (Quarter- r3Kewaaw3Pjiss!$? back Bob Celeri. fef J Franz and Turner each were far out in front in the voting for their fe respective . positions. Franz, an all-American last year, is being prominently,. inemiunect lur me . . same honors this f "' season. . , w" et V The Celeri vs. v. .-.,.. Eddie LeBaron of Ken Carpenter College of Pacific controversy was settled by placing both backs on the first team. While each is a T-tormation quarterback, Celeri would also be an expert halfback. Oregon State halfback, Ken Carpenter, a triple - threater, drew down the most votes among the backs, however. Bill Martin, stocky, hard-hitting U.S.C. fullback, rounds out the first team backfield. In the line, Idaho's Carl Kills-gaard was the choice as Turner's running mate, and Vern Sterling of Santa Clara, an all-coast selection last year, drew down the guard ,spot opposite Franz. It was a close battle for the center position with Stanford Pivot-man Castagnoll getting the nod over Leon McLaughlin of U.C.L.A. Bob Wilkinson of UCLA was a standout for one end position, and Darrell Robinson, Oregon's pass-catching wingman, snagged the other end spot. .. . The line averages 207 and the backs go at about 181 pounds. :,The 1949 AP All Pacific Coast' team: Wi. Ht. E Bob Wilkinson, UCLA 198 6 3" E Darrell Robinson, Ore. 197 T Jim Turner, Calif. -.;-.234 T Carl Kiilsgaard, Idaho -.220 G--Rod Franz, Calif; 108 G Vern Sterling, Santa CI 104 C J. Castagnoll, Stanford 207. B Eddie Le Baron, C.O.P. 168 B Bob Celeri; Calif. ...:..l173, B Ken Carpenter, Ore. St. 184 B -Bill Martin, U.S.C ;..200 Age Class Home City 21 Jr. Lake Arrowhead, Cal. 6'0" 21 Sr. Eugene, Ore. 6'4" 24 Sr. Oakland, Calif. 6'3" 23 Sr. Bonners Ferry, Ida; 61" ' 24 Sr. San Francisco, Cal. ... 6'4" " 24 '.'SrV Redwood' City, Cal;;' 22 Sr. Vallejo, Cal. i 19 Sr. Turlock, Cal. 21 Sr. Fort Bragg, Cal. 22 Sr. Seaside, Ore. 22 Sr. Alhambra, Cal. 8'i4" S'8" 5'10" 8'0" 5'8" Second Team Pos. Joe Cloldt, Washington , End Harold Hatfield, U.S.C. , End Gordon White, Stanford ' Tackle Jim Cullom, Calif. Tackle Chet Daniels, Oregon ' Guard Jim Dowling, Santa Clara Guard Leon McLaughlin, U.C.L.A. Center Don Paul, Washington State Back Ernie Johnson, U.C.L.A. Back Hall Haynes, Santa Clara Back Bob Sanders, Oregon , Back Third Team ' Ken Rose, Stanford ' Bill McColl, Stanford Volney Peters, U.S.C. Harry Thompson, U.U.L..A Tom DeSylvia. Oregon State Ray De Jong, Calif. . . Les Richtor, Calif. Jim Powers, U.S.C, Harry Hugasian, Stanford . Ollie Matson, u.s.r. Hugh McElhenny, Wash. Oregon State players receiving honorable mention: McGuire and Thomas, ends; Niemi, tackle; Twcnge, back. Quite a Ball Game; five Extra Periods, Final Score 125-123 SYRACUSE, Not. 25 - W) -Hdw's this for a basketball game? Five extra periods. A final score of 125-123. A total of 123 fouls. It happened last night in the National Basketball association where the Syracuse Nationals finally downed the Anderson Packers after nearly four hours of exhaustive effort. You could hardly shake a drum stick at the new NBA records. All but one of the Packers were charged with the legal limit of six fouls. Minneapolis' high scoring mark DOIVLIIUG American League Standing !.en ft Dob'i 2 Vnmlty Hiikcry , .In linen !'iinln Ilnrrisoti Klertrlc H.'.ll.rk Biniew . mm; MrDonnld Candy Amor-Iran Lejrlitn . W iloii Motors Hnrtnofk A Ttittrp KirwrUmo Minnie Q'Tm.lo Motors III DO 27 i 17 J 17 1'J 112 Vet. ,7a s '.70fl ,flH2 .OH .477 .4, .4I2 .4-25 .1.1111 .HMD .27:1 Reiulte:- l ft Hftli'n (0) Troi-h 5()H: Urlmn 4.15: Lrnih 410: I.onr t:T Cue .'(21 Hfrflark Hliors (4) Tnrliflt 43-V. Oatlr-n 372; Miller 4UU, KlelMurk iiHIl; (Imo 4.-1(1. MrDonnld Candy (H ) M on I until try 4Hfl; llnrdifijc 4 78; llnrrlsnn huh ; whll worth 4l(l; Iturkurt 4 50, lliirrlNon Kler trip (I) Huff MJ: Kilrrtmin HUO: Aubry 418; Hlnton a4 ; lUrrUon 4.. HarUork A Thar (0) Ilartmrk il.l-t; It py lift Id 380; liUHnHI Kit; Ciin.lf floti ;