The Gaffney Ledger from Gaffney, South Carolina on November 24, 1969 · Page 5
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Page 5-A The Gaffney Ledger Monday, November 24, 1969 OHIO STATE DOMINATES 1969 CENTRAL PRESS CAPTAINS' ALL-AMERICAN TEAM Phipps, Owens Also On 39th Honor Squad TTT3T-r'VTrrl 1 By WALTER L. JOHNS Central Press Sports Editor FOUR members of the All-Star cast of the Ohio State Buckeyes, the nation's No. 1 college team, headline the offensive and defensive squads named on the 39th annual Central Press Captains' Ail-American team an honor group picked with the help of the captains of the major college elevens. And, for the first time, two quarterbacks, Mike Phipps of Purdue and Rex Kern of Ohio State, were named to the No. 1 offensive unit and for good reason. Kern, the sleight-of-hand artist who guides the powerful Buckeyes, also is one fine runner, one of the best, and he's placed in the backfield along with Phipps, the outstanding Purdue passer who is pretty much the complete offense of the Boilermakers. Joining: Phipps and Kern in the backfield are the great yardage and touchdown makers, Steve Owens of Oklahoma at halfback and Jim Otis of Ohio State at fullback. The other Ohio State players on the first squads are tremendous defensive performers, Jim Stillwagon, the middle guard, and Jim Tatum, the defensive back labeled recently by the director of personnel of the Dallas Cowboys as "the best football player in the country." All sections of the country are represented on the 1969 Central Press honor team with the only repeater being Steve Kiner, the Tennessee linebacker. Owens and Otis were second-team members on the offensive team last year. Defensive back Tom Curtis of Michigan and the outstanding Penn State tackle, Mike Reid, were second team members on defense last year. For the 39th year the nation's captains were asked, by ballot, to name the best players they had opposed or seen in action. Their choices help in trying to put together these .squads, and, as usual, so many fine players must be left off the lists. Particularly, the quarterbacks and pass catchers for this was a year of offense. Some players, too, like Ken Weidemann, California's outstanding defensive back, didn't make it because of injuries. HONORABLE MENTION Offense U.; Jan ENDS Snyder, Ohio Gatewood, Notre Dame; White, Ohio State; Moore, No. Tex. St.; Milner, Miss. St.; Shanklin, No. Tex. St.; Reynolds, Saru-Bige St.', Moore; Oregon; Hammond, S.M.U. ; Hendren, Idaho; Dicus, Arkan sas; Zabel, Oklahoma; Cooper, U.C.L.A. TACKLES Marcucci, Cornell; Ward, Okla. St.; Sonn-tag, Maryland; Hutchins, Miami, O.; Carpenter, No. Car. St. GUARDS Green, Bowling Green; Little, Okla. St.; Powell, Utah; Pilcavage, Xavier; Stuc-key, Kansas. CENTERS Bo-mer, Memphis St.; Evans, Kansas; Pierson, San Diego St.; Vaccarino, Delaware; White, Oregon St.; Lyons, Georgia. QUARTERBACKS Ramsey, No. Tex. St.; Shaw, San Diego St.; Dickey, Kansas St.; Street, Texas; Hixon, S.M.U.; Montgomery, Arkansas; Judy, Tex. Christ.; Reaves, Florida; Gonso, Indiana; Dummitt, U.C.L.A.; Hart, Duke; Slade, Davidson; Cappleman, Florida St.; Mac-Bean, Princeton; Bryant, Ohio U.; Sullivan, Auburn. HALFBACKS Burnett, Arkansas; Durrance, Florida; Stegent, Texas A. & M.; Anderson, Colorado; Brown, Purdue; Moore, Missouri; Marinaro, Cornell; Jones, U.C.L. A. ; C u r e t o n, U.C.L.A.; Hornblower, Harvard; Adamle, Northwestern. FULLBACKS Moore, Army; Malone, Arizona St.; Ray, L.S.U.; Muir, So. Carolina, Carter, Minnesota; Dickerson, Miami, O.; Slmms, Dartmouth. Defense ENDS Slipp, Brig. Young; Ebersole, Penn State; Brock, Washington. TACKLES Cowlings, USC; Yanchar, Purdue; Brooks, Texas; Treacy, Villano-va; Lloyd, Bowling Green; Ol-sen, Utah State. LINEBACKERS Furneti, Harvard; Hughes, Boston U.; Corrigal, Kent State; Parrish, Stanford; G e d d e s, Nebraska; Bowden, Dartmouth. DEFENSIVE BACKS Farmer, Florida; Weidemann,: California; Stewart, Arkansas; Casanova, LSU; Provost, Ohio St. mi m i FASHION PATCHES... the latest way to show the spectator two-tones . . . posing on a taller shaped heel . . . dressed to go with all your out -and- bout styles. In uppers of Blue wRed $19 Matching Handbag,$lt As wen in SEVENTEEN 5L Mullinax Shoe Dept. of Muffin -:V" " ! W- ' f t X. 1 Milt McCoy ' 1 lip HP mJ Cm P - ' . Def. Tackle J A- 1 1- "-jS -Tr-T I "N. W L. d i Notre Dame L ( T .1 P.. V VJj p f pJjimMandihH , Glen Hals.ll L 5 hi.S v :o U ' S h I chin K.ll I xr - Off. End (Linebacker I ArZf l Purdue i-4 f t IV ' " III 1 ' Linebacker J lfacklel . "K.n. I I ' Jim Otis I MpM'.Sk IH V i Back I k J Fullback I 7 Penn State j V ' ohiostate I Mo Statel S SAVINGS AND LOAN WISHES EVERYONE A HAPPY HOLIDAY We Will Observe Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27, 1969 AS A LEGAL HOLIDAY CENTRAL PRESS CAPTAINS' 1969 ALL-AMERICAN TEAM OFFENSE POS. NAME SCHOOL ACE HT. WT. HOME TOWN E Jim Mandich, Michigan 21 6' S" 220 Solon, O. T Sid Smith, So. Calif. 21 6' 5" 257 Long; Beach, Calif. G Chip Kell, Tennessee 20 6' 255 Decatur, Ga. C Rod Brand, Arkansas 22 6' 2" 221 Newport, Ark. G Ron Saul, Michigan State 21 6' 2" 239 Butler, Pa. T Bob Asher, Vanderbilt 21 8' 6" 255 Falls Church, Va. E Charles Speyrer, Texas 20 5'11" 169 Port Arthur, Tex. Q Mike Phipps, Purdue 21 6' 3" 20S Columbus, Ind. B Rex Kern, Ohio State 20 6' 184 Lancaster, O. B Steve Owens, Oklahoma 21 6' 2" 215 Miami, Okla. FB Jim Otis, Ohio State 21 6' 214 Celina, O. SECOND TEAM , POS. Ernie Jennings, Air Force , E Bob McKay, Texas ' T Alvin Samples, Alabama G Ken Mendenhall, Oklahoma C Larry DiNardo, Notre Dame G Dan Dierdorf, Michigan T Carlos Alvarez, Florida E Archie Manning, Mississippi Q John Isenbarger, Indiana B Mack Herron, Kansas St. B Steve Worster, Texas FB THIRD TEAM . Jade Butcher, Indiana Bob Bouley, Boston College Doug Redmann, Illinois Jack Kovar, Texas A. k M. Jon Mesklmen, Iowa Manny Rodriguez, N. Mex. St. Elmo Wright, Houston Jim Plunkett, Stanford Charlie Pittman, Penn State Clarence Davis, So. Calif. Jim Braxton, West Virginia DEFENSE POS. NAME SCHOOL EJimmy Gunn, So. Calif. E Dick Campbell, Texas Tech T Mike McCoy, Notre Dame T Mike Reid, Penn State G Jim Stillwagon, Ohio State LB Steve Kiner, Tennessee LB Mike Ballou, U.C.L.A. LB Glen Halsell, Texas DB Jim Tatum, Ohio State DB -Tom Curtis, Michigan DB Buddy McClinton, Auburn AGE HT. 20 6' 1 22 6' 21 6' 22 6' 20 6' WT. 190 V 221 5 274 3" 240 2" 218 21 6' 1" 220 22 6' 3' 230 22 511" 203 20 6' 204 21 6' 1" 190 20 510" 190 HOME TOWN San Diego, Calif. Matador, Tex. Erie, Pa. Altoona, Pa. Mt. Vernon, O. Tampa, Fla. Los Angeles, Calif. Odessa, Tex. Passaic, N.J. Aurora, O. Montgomery, Ala. SECOND TEAM POS. Manuel Berrera, Kansas St. E Rock Perdoni, Georgia Tech T Steve Greer, Georgia G Steve Smear, Penn State T Mark Debvec, Ohio State E Bob Olson, Notre Dame LB Mike Kolen, Auburn LB George Bevan, Louis. St. LB Mel Easley, Oregon St. DB Mike Sensibaugh, Ohio State DB Dana Stephenson, Nebraska DB THIRD TEAM Hap Farber, Mississippi Paul Schmidlln, Ohio State Carl Crennnel, West Virginia Larry Nels, Wyoming Bill Brundige, Colo. Dennis Onkatz, Penn State Jack Reynolds, Tennessee Ralph Cindrich, Pittsburgh Tim Foley, Purdue Dave Berrong, Memphis St. Curtis Johnson, Toledo College Standings Atlantic Coat! Centtnnc Conlfr.nce All Giml W LTPUOfWlT PIlOP South Care 0 0 130 41 7 9 0 1M 1(1 Ms Care St 3 1 1 127 71 3 i 1 175 141 Clemun 3 3 0 14 121 4 i 0 17SJSO Oukt 3 3 1 130 1 42 3 i 1 141 224 Maryland 3 3 0 4 3 114 3 7 0 1 00 249 No Carolina 3 3 0 S 5 5 0 200 1 64 Wk Foratt 1 ! 0 102 143 3 7 0 )25 279 Virginia 1 1 0 59 104 3 7 0 115 170 Souttirn Conlarmca Confarence All Gamas WLTPIlOPWLT PtsOP Davidson 5 1 0 260 103 7 3 0 333 IIS Richmond S 1 0 141 7 4 0 241 170 Citadel 4 1 0 12 130 7 3 0 24 194 VviliMarY 1 2 0 70 74 3 7 0 139 250 East Caro 1 3 0 71 lis 2 7 0 100 204 Furman 0 4 0 5 175 1 7 1 131 312 Va Military 0 4 0 25 132 0 78 357 Carolina'! Cenforanca W L Ptt. Pt. 0 X4lon 50 1.000 1 49 (3 Lenoir hvna 4 1 .00 143 4J South Call! Stanford UCLA Orogon St Oregon California Weahgton Wash Stat Pacific -a Cenfarenca Conference Alt WIT Pti OP W i. 0 0129 44 0 5 1 1 204 SI 1 1 1 217 72 4 3 0100 117 2 3 0 44 t? 1 4 91173 1 0 14 191 7 1 I 1 4 4 S 5 S 1 f 0. 7 0 49 233 1 9 Games T PtsOP 1 251 175 1 349 172 1 329 103 0 175 145 1 214 22 0177 102 0 11 304 0 143 339 UU Tennessee Florida Auburn Miss VanderMt Georgia Alabama Kentucky Miss State Southeastern Tenference Conference All Games W L T Pts OP W C T Pis OP 4 1 A 1A9 77 e 1 fl U 91 4 1 0 134 100 I I 0 275 13s 3 1 1 144 112 7 1 1 294 171 4 1 0199 97 7 J 0 314 111 3 2 0 130 (3 3 025911 2 J 0 4 9 7 4 5 0 215 254 2 3 1 10 7 S 3 1 212 95 2 3 0 95 12 i 3 0 255 172 Presbyterian ouiworo Nenyberry Y-Catawba .500 3 7 91 .400 41 92 1 3 .250 47 131 0 5 .000 104 99 2 2 2 3 ALL SAME I W L Pet. Pts. Op X-Elon 5 0 1.000 149 63 Lenoir Rhyne 4 .600 240 13 Prestyterien 4 .400 145 24 Guilford 4 5 .444 161 149 Hewberry 3 6 .333 127 295 Yatawba 1 .100 231 244 x Clinched champlonshl. Y-4tcord Includes three forfeit. 1 0 41 224 2 0 104 295 0 4 0 73 183 3 0 171 337 Yankee conference ' ; Conference All Games W L T Pfs OP WIT Pts OP Mess 5 0 0 194 37 3 0 545 130 Com 3 3 0 92 70 5 3 0 10 1 42 Maine 3 2 0 107 132 5 4 0 703 240 Vermont 3 3 0 110 176 3 0 170 229 N'jk Hrmp 1 4 0 52 115 3 5 0 92 162 Rhcde 1st 1 4 0 52 1 27 2 7 0 (1 225 Missouri Neoretka Colorado Oklahoma Okla Stete Kansas St Iowa St Kansas If Bight Centerence Conference All W L T Pts OP W L 1 0 24 141 9 1 4 1 0 132 12 5 2 0141 14 7 3 3 3 0 155 20 S 4 3 ) 0 159 105 5 4 3 4 215 174 3 5 1 0 SI 197, 3 7 0 7 0 134 23 1 Games T Pts OP 0 342 111 0209 113 0 259 194 0 557 242 0 170 172 0 31 733 0 152 231 0 17290 Michigan Ohio State Purdue Minnesota Indiana Iowa northwest Wisconsin Mich State Illinois If Ten Conference Conference All W L T Pts OP W L 5 2 4 1 1 4 3 4 1 1 4 2 5 I 7 0 2 293 010 0 24 10 0 135 13S 0 173 15 0 14 179 121 17 0 145 224 0 124 13 Games T PtsOP 0 349 131 0 33 93 0 354 24 1 210 260 0 252 242 0 255 575 137 30 0 19 34 0 205 231 0 10397 Ivy League Conference Conference All Games W L T Pfs OP WIT Pts OP Certmth I 0 213 3 II 0 282 99 Princeton 1 0 250 74 3 0 541 131 Yl 0151 7t 7 1 0 20411 Cornell 4 t 0117113 4 S 0 14162 Harvard 1 S 0 142 153 3 0 15 14 Pom 2 0 43 161 4 S 104 15 rown t 0 4 170 2 7 0 95 190 Cotumbl 0 4 10 1 0 M 237 BEAUTIFUL DRESSES V2 Sizes, Juniors, Misses Free Gift Wrapping KEEPS THE RIGHT TIME AT CHRISTMAS! 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