Sport: It Pays, But It's Work

Pro football's best one-man team folded up last week. For eleven games, with little help or relief, 172-lb. Bill Dudley of the Pittsburgh Steelers had run around, under & over big 225-pounders. He was not fast, either, but with his jitterbug's change-of-pace, he became the National League's No. 1 ground-gainer (604 yards). He was also the team's sparkplug, did the kicking and passing, led the league in pass interceptions (10). Said he, retiring from pro football after ripping a cartilage in his knee: "I know my limitations . . . I'm not big enough...

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