Sport: A Romp for the Rams

For years the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears shared pro football's western spoils. This year the Cleveland Rams took the play away, won eight of their first nine games, and last week clinched the championship of the National Football League's Western Division.

Pitchers & Catchers. The one big reason for Cleveland's upsurge is the right arm of Bob Waterfield, who in his first year of pro football established himself as a forward passer of Baugh-Luckman caliber. Rookie Waterfield was the catch of the year for Ram Manager Charles Walsh and his new coach, brother Adam, captain and center of Notre Dame's...

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