Sport: Blacksmith-Type Boy

In an age of football specialization, the finest of all 1960's college quarterbacks might seem as far out of date as the flying wedge. Most of his quarterbacking rivals simply fire passes or present the ball to others to carry, then scurry off the field when the enemy begins to attack. But the University of Washington's Bob Schloredt, 20, not only passes with precision, but also slams into the line like a fullback, skirts the ends like a halfback, drops back and kicks the ball out of sight, and plays defense as though the...

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