The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on September 17, 1986 · Page 251
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Los Angeles, California
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Wednesday, September 17, 1986
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SWi'clncsday, September 17, 1986l'iirl III D Hoe Angeles (Slimes i 1 nt.; vjiiUam mide receiver, I Rams' All -Time Team (The Rams' 40th Anniversary Ail-Time Team was selected prior to last season by fans in Southern California). FIRST TEAM Receiver Elroy Hirsch, Wisconsin (1949-57) Receiver Tom Fears, UCLA (1948-56) Offensive Line Tom Mack, Michigan (1966-78) Offensive Line .Charlie Cowan, N. Mex. Highlands (1961-75) Offensive Line Joe Scibelli, Notre Dame (1961-75) Offensive Line Dennis Harrah, Miami (Fla.) (1975- ) Center Rich Saul, Michigan State (1970-81) Tight End Bob Klein, USC (1969-76) Quarterback Bob Waterfield, UCLA (1946-52) Running Back Eric Dickerson, SMU (1983- ) Running Back Dick Bass, Pacific (1960-69) Running Back Lawrence McCutcheon, Colo. St. (1972-79) Defensive Line Merlin Olsen, Utah State (1962-76) Defensive Line David (Deacon) Jones, So. Carolina St. (1961-71) Defensive Line Jack Youngblood, Florida (1971-84) Defensive Line Roosevelt Grier, Penn State (1963-66) Linebacker Jack Reynolds, Tennessee (1970-80) Linebacker Jack Pardee, Texas A&M (1957-70) Linebacker Les Richter, California (1954-62) Defensive Back Nolan Cromwell, Kansas (1977- ) Defensive Back Eddie Meador, Arkansas Tech (1959-70) Defensive Back Dave Elmendorf, Texas A&M (1971-79) Defensive Back Dick Lane, Scottsbluff JC (1952-53) Punter Bob Waterfield, UCLA (1946-52) Punt Returner LeRoy Irvin, Kansas (1980- ) Kicker Bob Waterfield, UCLA (1946-52) Kicker Returner Jon Amett, USC (1957-63) SECOND TEAM Receiver Jack Snow, Notre Dame (1965-75) Receiver Harold Jackson, Jackson St. (1968, 1973-77) Offensive Line Doug France, Ohio State (1975-81) Offensive Line Jackie Slater, Jackson State (1976- ) Offensive Line Bill Bain, USC (1979-85) Offensive Line Kent Hill, Georgia Tech (1979- ) Center Ken Iman, Southeast Missouri St. (1965-74) Tight End Lamar Lundy, Purdue (1957-69) Quarterback Norm Van Brocklin, Oregon (1949-57) Running Back Jon Arnett, USC (1957-63) Running Back . . .Paul (Tank) Younger, Grambling (1949-57) Running Back Deacon Dan Towler, Washington & Jefferson (1950-55) Defensive Line Fred Dryer, San Diego State (1972-81) Defensive Line Lamar Lundy, Purdue (1957-69) Defensive Line Andy Robustelli, Arnold (1951-55) Defensive Line . . . .Larry Brooks, VA St. Petersburg (1972-82) Linebacker Maxie Baughan, Georgia Tech (1966-70) Linebacker Jim Youngblood, Tennessee Tech (1973-84) Linebacker Don Paul, UCLA (1948-55) Defensive Back Pat Thomas, Texas A&M (1976-82) Defensive Back Rod Perry, Colorado (1975-82) Defensive Back Johnnie Johnson, Texas (1980- ) Defensive Back Don Burroughs, Colorado A&M (1955-59) Punter Pat Studstill, Houston (1968-71) Punt Returner Tom Harmon, Michigan (1946-47) Kicker Frank Corral, UCLA (1978-81) Kick Returner Drew Hill, Georgia Tech (1979-84) TOP VOTE GETTERS 1 Merlin Olsen 6. 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