Arnold Nielsen article
Colts, Compton Meet in Playoffs (Continued from page 1) Colls are not to be counted out, .•is they showed the Rosemead Pan- thcis. tavurcd by two touch lownj, .hat past records don't toiint. PASSING ATTACK Complons passing attack is head- I l>v quarterback Boll Martin, who h; s a 111', out of 70 completion rcc- 01 d. and has thrown 5 touchdown p;.--:i-s. Their running attack is i.jieai headed by Ralph Kubota, a l.'iV-poun I speedster, who lias a season average of 7.5 yards per can 1 , and lias scored nine touchdowns touchdowns for 54 points. The T.irbMies' probable starting ip will see Boh Lumpkins, 175 pounds, at left end: Ed Tennison, 1HII pounds, at left tackle: Bill Losve. IH'I pound;, at left guard: Joe Long. , Ilia pound., at center; Henry Ro- j /elil. Ida j Ji.hn Miller. 17r> p. unds, at right lackle. Ted Hoguc. 170 pounds, at ] left end. Andy Martin. 147 pounds. at quaitcrl.ack: Tom Ramsey. Ifiol .o'livK at l«ft half back: Ralph •".ul.ot.i. 1117 pounds at right half- I .ick. ,,nd Hill Wright. I'M pounds,, ..I fullback For the Colts, n will be Bob Clif fnrd and Jim Hanifan as the wings. Tom \ViKon and Arnolii Nielsen at the tackles. Ron Green and Bill Coulter, guards, Truman Johnson •.Mil i email! al center if Don Boots i i.ot ai.ii' tu play In ti-i- i.ai'k.'ield. it is either Shel- Mii or Leon Joplm as the • I. ck. Iirin Oclrich at loft < d Ki...| p at right half, and MiTticId at lull. (' I : •!. 1'