Sport: Scoreboard, Aug. 22, 1955

¶ Playing as if they had been teammates for years, the All-Star collegians (all one jump away from the ranks of the pros) took on the Cleveland Browns in a preseason football game and splattered the turf of Chicago's Soldier Field with the remnants of the pro champions. With Notre Dame's Ralph Guglielmi calling the shots (and pitching passes with midseason accuracy), with Baylor's L. G. ("Long Gone") Dupre slipping like quicksilver through the Brown secondary, and with Ohio State's tiny (139 lbs.) Tad Weed booting precise placements, the collegians outplayed the pros...

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