Mizzou Basketball All-Century Team Revealed

MUTIGERS.COM Missouri announced its All-Century Team tonight.
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Missouri announced its All-Century Team tonight.
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Jan. 16, 2006

Columbia, Mo. - The 2005-06 season marks the 100th in the University of Missouri's men's basketball history, and in accordance with its season-long celebration of the anniversary, Mizzou is announcing its All-Century Team. Mizzou's 20 All-Americans were automatically included on the team, with the remaining 10 spots chosen by fan voting, which took place in November and December. The first 20 members of the All-Century are Mizzou's 20 All-Americans (listed alphabetically, with years lettered following):

4  Melvin Booker, 1991-92-93-94
4  John Brown, 1971-72-73
4  Arthur Browning, 1921-22-23
4  Herb Bunker, 1921-22-23
4   Derrick Chievous, 1985-86-87-88
4  Max Collings, 1930-31
4   Marshall Craig, 1928-29-30
4   Ricky Frazier, 1980-81-82
4   Charles Henke, 1959-60-61
4   John Lobsiger, 1938-39-40
4   Anthony Peeler, 1989-90-91-92
4   Craig Ruby, 1918-19-20
4   Doug Smith, 1988-89-90-91
4   Willie Smith, 1975-76
4   Bill Stauffer, 1950-51-52
4   Norm Stewart, 1954-55-56
4   Steve Stipanovich, 1980-81-82-83
4   Jon Sundvold, 1980-81-82-83
4   Fred Williams, 1915-16
4   George Williams, 1920-21

After casting several thousand ballots for the remaining 10 spots on the All-Century Team, Mizzou fans selected the following individuals to join those above on the squad (listed alphabetically, with years lettered following):

4   Kim Anderson, 1974-75-76-77
4   Keyon Dooling, 1999-2000
4   Larry Drew, 1977-78-79-80
4   Al Eberhard, 1972-73-74
4   Clarence Gilbert, 1999-2000-01-02
4   Byron Irvin, 1988-89
4   Arthur Johnson, 2001-02-03-04
4   Rickey Paulding, 2001-02-03-04
4   Kareem Rush, 2000-01-02
4   Kelly Thames, 1994-96-97-98

The committee overseeing the 100-year celebration has chosen to name five more former Tigers as honorable mention, based on the support they received from fan voting. Those include: Greg Church (1986-87-88-89), Jevon Crudup (1991-92-93-94), Brian Grawer (1998-99-2000-01), Paul O'Liney (1994-95) and Don Tomlinson (1968-69-70).

The Mizzou Basketball Centennial, presented by First National Bank & Trust, will continue the celebration of MU's 100th year of hoops on Feb. 12th, when members of the All-Century Team will be honored in person, in conjunction with MU's game that day against Kansas State. Following are more detailed sketches of the members of the All-Century Team...

MIZZOU BASKETBALL ALL-CENTURY TEAM SKETCHES

KIM ANDERSON

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1974-75-76-77
  • Hometown: Sedalia, Mo.
    Ranks #22 on MU's career scoring list, with 1,289 points (14.0 ppg) ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1977 ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1977, when he averaged 18.3 ppg and 7.9 rpg, and shot 54.8 percent from the floor ... Had a solid career shooting percentage of 51.6 percent (527-of-1,022 FGs) ... Also averaged 7.3 rebounds per game in his career, grabbing 675 caroms in all ... Academic All-Big Eight in 1975 and 1977 ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 ... Drafted in the 2nd round of the 1977 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers ... Went on to serve as an assistant coach under Norm Stewart for 11 seasons, and is now the head coach at Central Missouri State University ...

    MELVIN BOOKER

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1991-92-93-94
  • Hometown: Moss Point, Miss.
    Ranks #6 on the career scoring chart, with 1,697 points (13.6 ppg) ... Ranks #2 on the MU career assists list, with 488 in his career ... Also ranks #10 on MU's career steals list, with 147 ... Led Mizzou in scoring each of his last 2 years, averaging a team-best 15.8 ppg in 1993 and 18.1 in 1994 ... Named an All-American in 1994, and is the last Tiger to date to earn such distinction ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1994 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1993 and 1994 ... Was the marquee player on the 1993-94 Tiger squad which went 14-0 in the Big Eight Conference (28-4 overall) and earned the only #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament ... That 1994 squad reached the Elite Eight of the tournament that season ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 ...

    JOHN BROWN

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1971-72-73
  • Hometown: Dixon, Mo.
    Ranks #14 on MU's career scoring list with 1,421 points (19.7 ppg) ... Was MU's record holder in that category before being passed for the first time in 1982 by Ricky Frazier ... His career scoring average of 19.7 ppg ranks #3 on the MU list ... Career rebounding average of 10.0 rpg ranks #4 on the MU career list ... Mizzou's last two-time All-American, who earned the honors in 1972 and again in 1973 ... Was the first of what eventually became nine players to earn All-American status under Coach Norm Stewart ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1972 and 1973 ... Team captain in 1973 ... Was an alternate on the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team that took silver at Munich ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 ... Became MU's 1st-ever 1st-round NBA Draft pick when he was taken as the 10th overall selection in 1973 by the Atlanta Hawks ...

    ARTHUR BROWNING

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1921-22-23
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1943 ... Captained the 1923 squad which went 15-3 and finished 2nd in the conference ...

    HERB BUNKER

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1921-22-23
  • Hometown: Nevada, Mo.
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1943 ... 1st-Team All-Missouri Valley in 1921 and 1922 ... Member of the inaugural class of the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame (1990) ...

    DERRICK CHIEVOUS

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1985-86-87-88
  • Hometown: Jamaica, N.Y.
    Is Mizzou's alltime leading scorer, with a record 2,580 points scored (an average of 19.9 points for his career) ... Also ranks #4 on MU's career rebounding list, with 979 caroms in all ... Named an All-American in 1987 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1987 and 1988 ... Scored an MU single-season record 821 points as a junior in 1987 (24.1 ppg) ... A master at getting to the foul line, he holds MU career records for most free throws made (764) and attempted (963) ... Team captain in 1987 and 1988, leading the 1987 squad to the Big Eight Conference championship with a record of 24-10 ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996 ... Drafted in the 1st round of the 1988 NBA Draft (16th pick overall) by the Houston Rockets ...

    MAX COLLINGS

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1930-31 Named an All-American retroactively for his play in 1931 ... Captained the 1932 squad which went 9-9 and finished 2nd in the conference ...

    MARSHALL CRAIG

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1928-29-30
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1943 ... 1st-Team All-Big Six in 1930 ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1992 ... Captained the 1930 squad which went 15-3 and won the Big Six Conference title ...

    Keyon Dooling

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1999-2000
  • Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
    One of the more talented 2-year players in school history, whose numbers don't rank highly on the school charts, due to the fact that he left school after his sophomore season to play in the NBA ... Despite leaving early, still established himself among MU greats with 2 outstanding years for the Tigers ... Thanks in large part to his play, Mizzou reached the NCAA Tournament in both of his years on board ... Led MU in scoring as a sophomore, with an average of 15.3 ppg ... Drafted in the 1st round (10th pick overall) of the 2000 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic ...

    LARRY DREW

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1977-78-79-80
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Kan.
    Ranks 15th on MU's career scoring list with 1,401 points (12.0 ppg) ... Held the MU career record for assists, with 433, at the time of his departure ... Now ranks #3 on that list ... Led Mizzou in scoring as a junior in 1979, with a per-game mark of 15.2 ppg ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1980 ... Team captain in 1979 and 1980, the latter of which began MU's historic four-consecutive Big Eight titles (1980-81-82-83) ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1993 ... Drafted in the 1st round (17th pick overall) of the 1980 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons ...

    AL EBERHARD

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1972-73-74
  • Hometown: Springville, Iowa
    Ranks #17 on the MU career scoring chart with 1,347 points (16.8 ppg) ... Also ranks #9 on the MU career rebounding list, with 806 ... Career rebounding average of 10.1 rpg ranks #3 on the MU career list ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1974 ... An outstanding rebounder who had 20 more rebounds in a game 3 times in his career ... His 313 rebounds as a senior in 1974 is the 4th-most in MU single-season history ... Team captain in 1974 ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 2003 ... Drafted in the 1st round of the 1974 NBA Draft (15th pick overall) by the Detroit Pistons ...

    RICKY FRAZIER

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1980-81-82
  • Hometown: Charleston, Mo.
    Ranks 13th on the MU career scoring list with 1,448 points (15.4 ppg) ... Ranked #1 on the career scoring list at the time of his departure after the 1982 season, only to see the record broken the next year by both Steve Stipanovich and Jon Sundvold ... Led MU in scoring in each of his last 2 seasons, averaging a team-best 16.3 ppg in 1981 and 16.1 in 1982 ... Named an All-American in 1982 ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1982 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1981 and 1982 ... Team captain in 1982 for a team which went 27-4 and won a 3rd-straight Big Eight title ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 ... Drafted in the 2nd round of the 1982 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls ...

    Clarence Gilbert

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1999-2000-01-02
  • Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
    Ranks #8 on the MU career scoring list with 1,685 points (13.2 ppg) ... While he was known as a scorer, he also ranks #8 on MU's career assists list, with 330, and ranks #7 in steals, with 167 ... Was part of MU teams which made 4 straight NCAA Tournament appearances from 1999-2002 ... Team captain as a senior in 2002, as he helped lead the Tigers to an Elite Eight run in the 2002 NCAA Tournament ... Tied for MU record with most NCAA Tournament games played (8) ... Holds the MU career record for most games started in a career (128) ... A prolific long-range shooter who holds virtually every three-point shooting record in the books, including most threes made in a career (332), season (118 in 2002) and game (12 at Colorado in 2002) ...

    CHARLES HENKE

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1959-60-61
  • Hometown: Malta Bend, Mo.
    Ranks #18 on MU's career scoring chart with 1,338 points (18.1 ppg), and held the record until it was first broken by John Brown in 1973 ... His scoring average of 18.1 ppg for his career ranks as the #5 mark on the school career chart ... Also an accomplished rebounder who ranks #5 on the MU career rebounding average list with a mark of 9.8 rebounds per game ... Led MU with 591 points in 1961, a per-game average of 24.6 ppg that ranks as the 2nd-highest in MU single-season history ... Named an All-American in 1961 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1960 and 1961 ... An outstanding rebounder who had 20 more rebounds in a game 3 times in his career ... Team captain in 1961 ... Taken by the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1961 NBA Draft ...

    BYRON IRVIN

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1988-89
  • Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
    One of the more talented 2-year players in Tiger history who is one of only 4 Tiger 2-year players to score 1,000 points in his career ... Scored 1,096 points (16.6 ppg) in his 2-year career, with the point total ranking 31st on the school career list ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1989 ... Scored 708 points as a senior in 1989 (19.7 ppg) which stands as the 5th-most in MU single-season history ... Drafted in the 1st round of the 1989 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers ... Brother, Lance, is in his 1st year serving as an assistant coach on Head Coach Quin Snyder's staff ...

    Arthur Johnson

  • Position: Forward/Center
  • Lettered: 2001-02-03-04
  • Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
    Is Mizzou's alltime career leader in both rebounds (1,083), and blocked shots (245), and also ranks 5th on the school career scoring list, with 1,759 points (13.3 ppg) ... Is the only player in MU history to amass 1,000 career points, 1,000 career rebounds and 200 career blocked shots ... Holds the top 3 single-season blocked shot totals in MU history (71 in 2002, 65 in 2001, 61 in 2003) ... Led Mizzou in scoring as a senior, with a team-best average of 16.4 ppg (491 points) ... Two-time team captain in 2003 and 2004 ... Holds MU NCAA Tournament rebounding record of 18 against Marquette in 2003, and for his career (74 in 8 games) ... Tied for MU record with most NCAA Tournament games played (8) ...

    JOHN LOBSIGER

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1938-39-40
  • Hometown: Gary, Ind.
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1943 ... 1st-Team All-Big Six in 1939 and 1940 ... Was the captain of the 1939 and 1940 Tiger teams which won consecutive Big Six conference championships ... Led MU in scoring with a 6.2 ppg average in the 1940 season ...

    Rickey Paulding

  • Position: Guard/Forward
  • Lettered: 2001-02-03-04
  • Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
    Ranks #9 on MU's career scoring list, with 1,673 points (12.8 ppg), and was an amazing athlete who had some of the more eye-popping highlight-reel dunks ever ... Led Mizzou in scoring as a junior in 2003, averaging a team-best 17.4 ppg (573 points) ... Two-time team captain in 2003 and 2004 ... Holds MU career record for most points scored in NCAA Tournament play (145 in 8 games) ... Tied for MU record with most NCAA Tournament games played (8) ... Drafted in the 2nd round of the 2004 NBA Draft by the Detroit Pistons ...

    ANTHONY PEELER

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1989-90-91-92
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.
    One of MU's most skilled all-around players who holds MU career records for assists (497) and steals (196), and ranks #3 on MU's career scoring list, with 1,970 points (16.8 ppg) ... Closed out his career with a stellar senior season that saw him average 23.4 points per game (678 points total) ... Named an All-American in 1992 ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1992 ... Was an outstanding free throw shooter who connected at a clip of 77.9 percent for his career, and once hit 20 straight foul shots in a game at Iowa State ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1990 and 1992 ... Named Big Eight Conference Male Athlete of the Year in 1992 ... Big Eight Newcomer of the Year in 1989 ... Team captain in 1992 ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1998 ... Drafted in the 1st round of the 1992 NBA Draft (15th pick overall) by the Los Angeles Lakers ...

    CRAIG RUBY

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1918-19-20
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1957 ... 1st-Team All-Missouri Valley in 1919 and 1920 ... Captain of the 1919 and 1920 squads, with the latter team going 17-1 and winning the Missouri Valley championship ... Went on to serve as head coach for the 1921 and 1922 seasons, and led the Tigers to a combined 33-2 record, claiming conference championships in both years, as well ...

    Kareem Rush

  • Position: Guard/Forward
  • Lettered: 2000-01-02
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.
    Ranks #11 on MU's career scoring list with 1,584 points (18.9 ppg), with his point total being the most in school history for any three-year player ... His career scoring average of 18.9 ppg ranks #4 on the MU career list ... The first (and only, to date) 1st-Team All-Big 12 player for Mizzou, earning the distinction twice, in 2001 and 2002 ... Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year in 2000 ... Led MU in scoring each of his final 2 years, averaging a team-best 21.1 ppg in 2001 and 19.8 ppg in 2002 ... Team captain as a junior in 2002, as he helped lead the Tigers to an Elite Eight run in the 2002 NCAA Tournament ... Holds MU career three-point shooting percentage record (43.9 percent on 115-of-262 shooting) ... Made a three-point field goal in an MU-record 40 straight games ... Declared for the NBA after his junior season, and was drafted in the 1st round of the 2002 NBA Draft by the Toronto Raptors ...

    DOUG SMITH

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1988-89-90-91
  • Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
    The only player in school history to amass 2,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds ... Ranks #2 on MU's career scoring list, with 2,184 points (17.1 ppg) ... Averaged 23.6 points as a senior in 1991, with his point total that year (709) ranking 4th-best in MU single-season history ... Ranks #2 on MU's career rebounding list with 1,053 in his career (8.2 rpg) ... Held the MU career rebounding record at the time of his departure, and now stands as one of only 2 Tigers to reach 1,000 rebounds ... Also ranks #3 on the school career blocked shots chart with 129, and #4 on the career steals list with 178 ... Named an All-American in 1990 ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1990 and 1991 ... Named Big Eight Conference Male Athlete of the Year in 1991 ... Team captain in 1991 ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#34) retired ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996 ... Drafted in the 1st round (5th overall pick) of the 1991 NBA Draft by the Dallas Mavericks ...

    WILLIE SMITH

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1975-76
  • Hometown: Las Vegas, Nev.
    Arguably the best scorer in Mizzou history, who scored 1,387 points (23.9 ppg) in his two-year Tiger career ... Ranks #16 on the career scoring chart, with his point total ranking 2nd on the chart at the time of his departure, despite the fact that he only played for 2 years ... Named an All-American in 1976 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1975 and 1976 ... Team captain in 1976 for the 1st Mizzou team to win a Big Eight title under Coach Norm Stewart (MU's first league title since 1940) ... Led Mizzou to its first-ever Elite Eight as he had a magical run through the 1976 NCAA Tournament ... Scored 43 points in the Elite Eight game versus Michigan, an MU record for NCAA Tournament play ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1976 ... Averaged 25.3 points per game in the 1976 season, which is an MU single-season record ... Big Eight Newcomer of the Year in 1975 ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#30) retired ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 ... Drafted in the 2nd round of the 1976 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls ...

    BILL STAUFFER

  • Position: Center
  • Lettered: 1950-51-52
  • Hometown: Maryville, Mo.
    Became Mizzou's first-ever basketball All-American to be selected in real-time (all previous honorees had been chosen retroactively), when he earned the honor in 1952 ... 1st-Team All-Big Seven in 1951 and 1952 ... One of the greatest rebounders in school history, who holds MU records for season (16.5) and career (13.6) rebounding averages ... His 379 rebounds in the 1952 season still stands as the most in MU single-season history, and his 357 in the 1951 season is #2 on the list still ... Amassed 964 career rebounds, which ranks #5 on the MU career charts currently ... That rebounding total was the MU career record at the time of his departure, and it stood as the record until it was broken 31 years later by Steve Stipanovich in 1983 ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#43) retired ... Inducted into the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame in 1991 ... Selected by the Boston Celtics in the 1952 NBA Draft ... Was captain of the 1952 squad ...

    NORM STEWART

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1954-55-56
  • Hometown: Shelbyville, Mo.
    Ranks #28 on MU's career scoring list with 1,112 points (17.7 ppg), but he ranked #2 on the chart at the time of his departure in 1956 ... Career scoring average of 17.7 ppg ranks #7 on the school list ... Was also an outstanding rebounder, whose career rebounding average of 9.2 rpg ranks #7 on the school list ... Named an All-American in 1956 ... 1st-Team All-Big Seven in 1955 and 1956 ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#22) retired ... Was the team captain in 1955 and 1956 ... Taken by the St. Louis Hawks in the 1956 NBA Draft ... Later went on to become Mizzou's all-time winningest coach, winning 634 games and 14 Big Eight titles (8 regular season, 6 conference tournament) from 1967-99 ... The playing court at both Hearnes Center and Mizzou Arena were named in his honor ... Member of the inaugural class of the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame (1990) ...

    STEVE STIPANOVICH

  • Position: Center
  • Lettered: 1980-81-82-83
  • Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
    Left as MU's career scoring, rebounding and blocked shots leader, with 1,836 points (14.3 ppg), 984 rebounds and 149 blocked shots, and now ranks #4 on the career scoring list, #3 on the rebounding list and #2 on the blocked shots list ... Named an All-American in 1983 ... Big Eight Conference Player of the Year in 1983 ... Big Eight Newcomer of the Year in 1980 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1982 and 1983 ... Team captain in 1983 for a team which went 26-8 and won the last of MU's 4-straight Big Eight titles ... Mizzou's 1st-ever Academic All-American, earning the distinction in 1983 ... Academic All-Big Eight in 1983 ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#40) retired ... Member of the inaugural class of the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame (1990) ... Drafted in the 1st round (2nd pick overall - the highest ever by a Tiger) of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Indiana Pacers ...

    JON SUNDVOLD

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1980-81-82-83
  • Hometown: Blue Springs, Mo.
    Ranks #10 on MU's career scoring list with 1,597 points (12.5 ppg) ... Ranks #5 on MU's career assists list, with 382 ... Holds the MU career record for minutes played, with 4,289 in his career ... Named an All-American in 1983 ... 1st-Team All-Big Eight in 1982 and 1983 ... Team captain in 1983 for a team which went 26-8 and won the last of MU's 4-straight Big Eight titles ... Is Mizzou's record-holder for career free throw percentage, knocking down 84.8 percent of his foul shots (341-of-402) ... Holds MU career record for most consecutive games started (113) ... One of 6 Tiger greats to have his jersey (#20) retired ... Member of the inaugural class of the Missouri Athletics Hall of Fame (1990) ... Drafted in the 1st round (16th pick overall) of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Seattle Supersonics ...

    KELLY THAMES

  • Position: Forward
  • Lettered: 1994-96-97-98
  • Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
    Ranks #7 on MU's career scoring list, with 1,689 points (13.2 ppg) ... Also ranks #10 on the MU career rebounding list, with 785 ... Big Eight Conference Freshman of the Year in 1994 ... Was a key contributor as a freshman on MU's 1993-94 team which went a perfect 14-0 to win the Big Eight Conference, and 28-4 overall to earn the only #1 NCAA Tournament seed in school history ... Team captain as a senior in 1998 ... Led Mizzou in scoring each of his last 2 seasons, averaging a team-best 13.0 ppg in 1997 and 14.8 ppg in 1998 ...

    FRED WILLIAMS

  • Position: Guard
  • Lettered: 1915-16
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1957 ...

    GEORGE WILLIAMS

  • Position: Center
  • Lettered: 1920-21
  • Hometown: Kansas City, Mo.
    Named an All-American retroactively by the Helms Foundation in 1943 ... 1st-Team All-Missouri Valley in 1921 ...
     

     

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