Football: All-Stars Indeed

Nobody really expected the College All-Stars to beat the mighty Green Bay Packers in last week's game at Chicago's Soldier Field. Certainly not the All-Stars themselves, who had only three weeks of practice before taking on pro football's perennial world champions. Morale in the All-Star camp was so low—most of the rookies would rather have been off training with their own pro clubs—that Coach Norm Van Brocklin delivered a sermon. "I told them it was an honor to be picked among the top 50 college players of last season," said Van Brocklin....

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