The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 12, 1976 · Page 190
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 190

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 12, 1976
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he top collegiate halfback of the I Me's NHtofcn M Sci! 1976 football season, without a doubt, is Tony Dorsett of the University of Pittsburgh. He already has DO established a new rushing record for NCAA colleges with well over 5500 yards gained from scrimmage. Four years ago, Dorsett was one of 50 players selected to the annual PARADE Ail-American High School Football Team. Cnllpcp recruiters who know hieh aDTeoQi footi on the squad, with no lineman tipping the beams at under 220 pounds. According to the coaches, the top end in the nation is John Mistier of Sahuaro High School in Tucson, Ariz. Only one junior was picked this year, and observers who have followed his trail contend that Clark Broaddus of Brazoswood High School in Freeport, Tex., a linebacker and center, may be the next Bulldog Turner to emerge from the Lone Star State". As is the case every year, several players might have been picked but failed to make the squad due to injuries sustained early in the season. A total of 24 states are represented. Texas leads the way with seven, while California sends six representatives. by Haskell Cohen the coaches and college staffs ever, School, a 250-pound lineman, is so good "he could start right now for the Green Bay Packers and they wouldn't be weakening themselves one iota." Taylor is the lineman of the year. There is a tremendous range in size school players best are betting that his successor will be Robert Alexander of South Charleston (W. Va.) High School. They picked him as back of the year. With thousands of boys participating, selections for the 51 PARADE finalists were perhaps more difficult than ever before. Nominations were received from all sections of the nation through sportswriters and broadcasters who cover high school competition. How- who devote their time exclusively to scouring the country and studying films of the high school games have come up with a group that vies with any hitherto presented by PARADE. The coach in charge of recruiting at the University of Oklahoma says that Hosea Taylor of Longview (Tex.) High Parade Magazine Ail-American High School Football Team 0 DW 0o)(oGGo 5)a DuQC US ITalt Garrison, football and rodeo star. t I If I'm a guy who loves tobacco, how come I never take a puff? Well, because I use "smokeless tobacco" All it takes is a pinch of "smokeless" in between my cheek and gum. Feels real relaxing in there. And I get full, . v .. NAME SCHOOL CITY HT. WT. QUARTERBACKS (8) Greg Brady Coronado Scottsdale, Ariz. 6-3 190 Chris Collinsworth Astronaut Titusville, Fla. 6-3 190 Mike Courey Heelan Sioux City, Iowa 6-1 180 Mark Herrmann Carmel Carmel, Ind. 6-5 177 Jim Jimerson Norman Norman, Okla. 5-11 175 Tim Koegel Moeller Cincinnati, Ohio 6-4V2 180 Craig Landis Vintage Napa, Cal. 6-2 195 Darrell Shepard Odessa Odessa, Tex. 5-11 170 ENDS (6) Bobby Duckworth Hamburg Hamburg, Ark. 6-4 200 Billy Don Jackson Sherman Sherman, Tex. 6-3 230 RonLott Eisenhower Rialto, Cal. 6-3 190 John Mistier Sahuaro Tucson, Ariz. 6-2 185 Alvin Washington Benedictine Cleveland, Ohio 6-3 222 Nick Westerberg South Albany, Oreg. 6-6 220 RUNNING BACKS (16) Robert Alexander South Charleston South Charleston, W. Va. 6-2 185 Ted Blackwell New Providence New Providence, N.J. 6-0 195 Fred Brockington Redford Detroit, Mich. 6-3 205 Tony Caldwell C.M.Russell Great Falls, Mont. 6-2 205 Mike Caruso Shenendehowa Elnora, N.Y. 6-0 190 Bruce Compton Norman Norman, Okla. 5-11 185 Jeff Hornberger Edwardsville Edwardsville, III. 6-2 200 Freeman McNeil Banning Los Angeles, Cal. 5-11 185 Major Ogilvie Mountain Brook Mountain Brook, Ala. 5-11 185 Lance Olander Arapahoe Littleton, Colo. 6-1 190 Chuck Oliver Valparaiso Valparaiso, Ind. 6-1 185 Mike Riley Columbus Miami, Fla. 64 220 Andy Schramm Findlay Findlay, Ohio 6-3 215 Touissant Tylor El Camino Oceanside, Cal. 6-3 210 David Verser Sumner Kansas City, Kan. 6-3 198 Tom Vigarito DePaul Diocesan Wayne, N.J. 5-103i 181 LINEBACKERS t DEFENSIVE BACKS (8) Todd Bell Middletown Middletown, Ohio 6-2 205 Clark Broaddus Brazoswood Freeport, Tex. 6-4 225 Chris Elias Servite Anaheim, Cal. 6-2Vi 211 Ronnie Greer Ennis Ennis.Tex. 6-3 220 David Little Jackson Miami, Fla. 6-2 215 Cameron Mitchell Columbia Richland, Wash. 6-1 180 Tom Sunstrop DeSmet St. Louis, Mo. 6-3 215 BobWoolway Loyola Los Angeles, Cal. 6-3 205 LINEMEN (13) ArtAkers Classical Lynn, Mass. 6-3 220 Jim Brown Moeller Cincinnati, Chio 6-4 240 Tim Huffman Jefferson Dallas, Tex. 6-4 245 DocLuLuckie Central Fort Pierce, Fla. 6-2 220 Curt Marsh Snohomish Snohomish, Wash. 6-6 255 Frank Moore Milwood Milwood, Okla. 6-5 225 Matt Petrzelka Regis Cedar Rapids, Iowa 6-6 238 Benjie Pryor Valley New Kensington, Pa. 6-3 220 Alvin Rubin Robert E. Lee Baytown.Tex. 64 225 Dana Simon Marion Mishawaka, Ind. 6-4 252 Hosea Taylor Longview Longview, Tex. 64 250 Benjy Thibodeaux Notre Dame Crowley, La. 6-3 220 Brant Thurston ArvadaWest Arvada, Colo. 6-5 235 rich tobacco pleasure. Another thing is, "smokeless tobacco" can't tie up my hands. So I can use it no matter what I'm doing. If you'd like to go "smokeless'' here's what you do. Just look for three great brands. There's Skoal, my favorite, which has a wintergreen taste. Copenhagen, a straight tobacco. And Happy Days Mint. All three dated for freshness. All three give you the tobacco pleasure you're looking for. Smckdess tohstco. A pinch is ell it tc!&s. r VC For a free booklet that explains how to get the full enjoyment of "smokeless tobacco" as well as a few free pinches that you can try for yourself write to "Smokeless Tobacco," United States Tobacco Company, Dept. P88, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830.-

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