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Alabama All-Star Game




         
1951

      This fourth annual All-Star game ended in with the South squad pulling out a a 31-0 victory. Ramsay's Corky Tharp and Atmore's Charles Madison led the South backs and were almost unstoppable. Guards Tom Danner of Tuscaloosa and Fendley Bedsole anchored the South line that dominated the line of scrimmage.





 1951 
 North Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Dick Attaway  Phillips Birmingham RE Sr.  
  Richard Attaway  Phillips Birmingham E Sr.  
  Ray Bailey  Hewitt-Trussville HB Sr.  
  David Bratcher  Coffee LT Sr.  
  Newton Brown  Sulligent E Sr.  
  Leo Burley  Fairfield G Sr.  
  Joe Caldwell  Sylacauga G6-2 200Sr.  Alabama
  Lohrone Cannon  Fayette County C Sr.  
  Bob Clemens  Scottsboro FB Sr.  
  Jack Cox  Russellville C Sr.  
  Billy Dray  Gadsden C Sr.  
 Bobby Duke  Phillips Birmingham QB6-0 180Sr.  Alabama
  Doug Hale  Tuscaloosa County T Sr.  
  Jerry Lambert  Emma Sansom LE 195Sr.  Alabama
  Harry Lee  Phillips Birmingham RT Sr.  
 Bobby Luna  Huntsville LHB6-1 205Sr.  Alabama
  John McBride  Talladega HB Sr.  
  James Pike  Gadsden RG Sr.  
  Bobby Pounders  Phillips Bear Creek T Sr.  
  Sarge Prickett  Alenandria QB Sr.  
  Frank Reed  Albertville E Sr.  
  Joe Thomas  Russellville HB Sr.  
  Wyman Townsel  Etowah HB 185Sr.  Georgia Tech
  Herman Watson  Fort Payne T Sr.  Vanderbilt
  Shorty White  Phillips Birmingham RHB Sr.  
  Harold Willingham  Anniston LG Sr.  


 1951 
 South Roster 
 Player   Team   Position   Ht.   Wt.   Class   College 
  Fendley Bedsole  Greensboro G Sr.  
  Corky Carlisle  Murphy C Sr.  
  Dennis Crowder  Valley LT Sr.  
 Tom Danner  Tuscaloosa LG Sr.  Alabama
  Don Dixon  Central Phenix City LE Sr.  
  Chester Gates  Jackson FB Sr.  
  Lamar Giddens  Greenville T Sr.  
  Jim Glasgrow  Jones Valley T Sr.  
 Jack Golson  Lowndes County E Sr.  
  Ken Hilyer  Central Phenix City QB Sr.  
  Cecil Ingram  Tuscaloosa LHB Sr.  Alabama
  Cecil Ingram  Tuscaloosa HB Sr.  Alabama
  Charlie Madison  Escambia County HB Sr.  
  Charlie Malcolm  Woodlawn FB Sr.  
  George Mason  Valley RT Sr.  
  Les McCullough  Lanett G Sr.  
  Jack McDonald  Fort Deposit HB Sr.  
  Jack Miller  Murphy C Sr.  
  Jeff Moorer  Evergreen C Sr.  
  Bobby Popwell  Troy E Sr.  
  Ulmer Priester  Sidney Lanier RE Sr.  
  George Pyle  Demopolis HB Sr.  
  Jerry Roebuck  Eutaw G Sr.  
  Charles Sellers  Opelika HB Sr.  
  Alton Shell  Georgiana HB Sr.  
  Charlie Sidall  Central Phenix City FB Sr.  
  Corky Tharp  Ramsay RHB Sr.  
  Murray Whitaker  Escambia County RG Sr.  




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