Sport: Big-League Browns

For four years the Cleveland Browns were the champs of professional football's All-America Conference. When the ill-balanced All America folded up last December, its surviving teams (Cleveland, Baltimore and San Francisco) merged with the 30-year-old National Football League. "Just wait till the Browns run up against those old pros," said National League fans. By this week, with eight victories in ten games, the Browns had run up against—and over—a lot of the old pros and were leading their own (American Conference) division of football's big-league.

Among the victims of the Browns this year, in exhibition and regular-season games, have been such longtime...

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