Beban, 10 Others Are Named to Hall of Fame

Former UCLA quarterback Gary Beban, the 1967 Heisman Trophy winner, and Oklahoma defensive tackle Lee Roy Selmon, who won the 1975 Outland Trophy, were among 11 players named Saturday to the National Football Foundation's College Football Hall of Fame in Larchmont, N.Y.

The other honorees, all of whom will be formally inducted Dec. 6 at the foundation's annual awards banquet, are Maxie Baughan, Georgia Tech center-linebacker, 1957-59, currently head coach at Cornell University; Bubba Smith, Michigan State defensive tackle and captain of the Spartans' 1965 national championship team; Forrest Behm, Nebraska tackle, 1938-40; Bob Chappuis, Michigan halfback, 1942 and 1946-47; Darrell Lester, TCU center, 1933-35; John (Tarzan) Riley, Northwestern tackle, 1929-31; Ron Sellers, Florida State wide receiver, 1966-68; Bob Williams, Notre Dame quarterback, 1948-50, and Gen. George (Mike) Wilson, Lafayette halfback, 1926-28.

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