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lftn tirfHI-Fri.iAug.-2?, 1969 tog flngi'li'tf lmtt He IIW ' - . . Cowbovs Rallv Rams, SD Matchups Wjn ""kAMS OFFENSE CHARGKRS BEF15XSR ,:Jlan-foi-nin niuUrliiiiw In the line: Tt"iVT 73 Charlie Cowan Steve DeLong 82 RE AkLG- 65 Tom Mack .Houston Ridge- 80 RT' ,HG 71 . .loe Sclhelll Russ Washington 85 lr RT 76 Bob Drown .Bob Biiggs 68 LE ' "Pass offense: "'foB' 18 Roman Gabriel Jim Hill an FR miiy i i'iiax isenny liranutn .w ss lack Snow loe Beauchamp 40 RC Wendell Tucker Bob Howard 21 LC TR 87 SK 84 MiOtbcrs; 50 38 12 Ken Iman Rick Redman KB MLR Larry Smith Boh Bruggem 56 RLB 20."'Tommy Mason Jeff Staggs 81 IXB JHARC.KRS OFKEXSR RAMS DEFENSE h'nr-mnn matchups in the line': 76 Terry Owens .. -. Gregg Schumacher. 81 TtB 51.. Bill Lonkaitls Dlron Talbert 72 RT 78 Walt Sweeney ;. Merlin Olsen 74 LT 74 Ron Mix David J Ones 75 LE Pass offense: QR 21 John Hadl Kd Mcador 21 FS TR "8 Jacque MacKinnon ...Hon Smith 41 SS SE 10 Lance Alworth Jim Nettles 19 RC KL 27 Gary Garrison Willie Daniel 46 LC hers: 65 Sam Gmneisen Myron Pottins .66. .MLR 22 Dick Posl .Maxie Baughan 55 RLB 47 Jeff Queen lack Pardee 32 LLB' 5: TE-llotit end, Se-4tllf end, FL-llanker, FS-Free salelv. SS-strono safety) ASON TO START tinned from First Page iVillie Ellison will share fback, but Smith seems Jbe the better receiver. nasmuch as Mason is a ; catcher, too, the Bams 'may have a different kind of offense with this pair. ,' Altogether. Roman Ga briel will have five good targets. As a .strong -side re iver. Ma.on can expect rnveraee hv ban Die- Is best linebacker, Jeff Jaggs- i"The thing I've noticed lit Staggs," Tommy re- :s. referring to Charger ivies, is that he posi ts verv well. He doesnt flying out to the side- ie the minute the fun ic starts that way." ither matchups: p-Lance Alworth, San go's all-pro receiver, ISO. vs. the new Ram terman Jim Nettles, 5- 177. ary Garrison, the er. 6-1. lf)5, vs. Ram erman Willie Daniel, 190 (the replacement Clancy Williams, who s declared out of the le with an injury Mon- and suspended wed- :ay. a cque MacKinnon, Itght end, 6-4. 240, vs. Ram strong safety Ron Smith, 6-1. 132. Ron may also play right sorrier with Richie toon at strong safety. Ba Nt Ready lajon is in the sizeable mp of Ram runners this r who have a number Question marks by their Dick Bass, for in-has a hamstring 11 now. He is not to his fullback start the last exhibition Sent. 1.1 against the Smith isa rookie. y'd like Ellison more handed. Eight backs Ice as manv as some carry) are still mak- roll rail here, but three fc before the league Tier, nooodv ran name :r party in the 1969 kfield. One partv wouM he anon if hi lrgs rould him to 4.S everv I & I it IS m Sunday. At 30, he is faster than Larry Smith, 21, whom he beats by a stride at 40 yards. Strangely, Larry, 220, is a natural halfback whereas Mason, 199, probably belongs at fullback now. He blocks like a fullback; and as for the ball-carrying angles a fullback gets inside. Mason prefers them to halfback sweeps. On pass plays, although pro teams go to halfbacks more than fullbacks, let Mason explain why he would rather move into the pattern from a fullback position: "Free safeties are faster than linebackers and free safeties cover halfbacks. Linebackers cover fullbacks." Rams Waive Pivec FULLERTOX Pave Pivec, the Rams reserve tight end and a four-year veteran, was placed on waivers Thursday Pivec's release leaves the Rams with two tight ends, Bill Truax and rookie Bob Klein of USC. Pivec, formerly of Notre Dame, played" in the Canadian League in 196:"). He then joined the Chicago Bears, was waived and signed by the Rams as a free agent prior to the 1966 season. FEATURING Over Oilers .HOUSTON UP) The Dallas Cowboys used Craig Morton's passes to put together two second-half scoring drives Thursday night and overcome the Houston Oilers, 14-11, in an inter-league exhibition game. An overflow crowd of 55,310, the largest ever to see the Oilers play at home, saw the Cowboys dominate the final two pe- riods. . Trailing 3-0 at halftime, Morton moved the Cowboys 77 yards in 12 plays from the second half kick- . off to put Dallas in front to stay. He did it with a 34j-yard pass to Lance Rentt-zel, who had just returned to the lineup after being: badly shaken up early in-the drive. ; After another Cowboy' threat failed when Mike: Clark missed his . third j .field goal attempt of the j night, Morton got a 56-! yard drive under way to i . clinch the victory. j A 34-yard pass to Bob j Hayes at the three on the ; opening play of the fourth i period was the damaging I blow, and rookie Calvin Hill carried over on the j next play.. 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LIONS Defensive back Henry Carr walked out of camp and was placed on waivers. Carr, the 1864 Olympic Games 200-meter champion, claimed he wasn't being given enough chance to show his talents. .1KT8 Waivers were recalled on fullback Billy .loe after he had been claimed by the Cincinnati Bengals. Joe will be ineligible for the next two pre-season games but will be permitted to play in the season opener. FAIjCONS Coach Norm A'an Brocklin named Randy Johnson to open at quarterback against the New Orleans Saints Saturday night despite Johnson's sub : par performance against, the Redskins last week. .Johnson was intercepted twice, fumbled once and hit only 5 out of 11 passes. CARDINALS Rookie kicker Gerald (Gerry) Warren , from North Carolina State was injured in a swirii-ming pool diving accident and will be but indefinitely. Warren suffered facial lacerations and cracked vertebrae when he hit his head nn the bottom of the pool. Warren miscalculated . the dive from 1 he high hoard, going too far forward Into shallow water Instead of straight down into deep water. Waterfield, Baugh Top NFL's All-1940s Team Pro Grid Exhibitions TtiurMaVa Risulls Dallas 14. Houston 11 Tonight's Sclwdult Kansas City at St. Louis Salurda Night's Sdndult Los Angeles at San Diego Washington vs. Detroit at Tamsa New York (NFL) vs. Philadelphia at Princeton, N.J. Chicago vs. Buffalo at Cleveland Green- Bay at Cleveland Baltimore at Miami Atlanta at New Orleans Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Minnesota vs. New York (AFL) at Winston-Salem. N.C. Sunday's Schedule San Francisco at Oakland Denver us. Boston at Jacksonville NEW YORK (A") Sammy Baugh, Sid Luckman and Bob Waterfield, three quarterbacks who grew up with the T-formation,, were named Thursday to an a)l-1940s team commemorating the 50th anniversary season of the National Football League. The 1940s opened with Luckman at quarterback for trie Chicago Bears engineering a 73-0 victory' over Washington. 'Luckman, B'augh and Waterfield were the three leading quarterbacks of that era in which professional football underwent the changes that eventually turned the sport into the highly specialized game it is today and therefore are' linked with . its amazing appeal. To honor those out-. standing players who have contributed to the growth of the sport, the NFL, in conjunction with Simon and . Schuster, is publishing a book called "The , First Fifty Years," dealing with .the exploits of Sunday's heroes. The. NFL elMMOs learn name, vean played, teams: ENDS-JIm Benton, 19JJ-40, 1942-47, Cleveland Rams, Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams; Jack Ferrante, 1941, 1944.50,' '.Philadelphia Eaglesi Ken Kav-' anaugh, 194041, 194feS0, Chicago Bears) Dante Lavelll. 1946-56, Cleveland Browns; Pete pihos, 1947-55, Philadelphia Eagles; Mac Sneedle, 1945-52, cloveland Browns; Ed sprinkle, 1944-55, Chicago Bears. ' TACKLES Al Blozls, 1942-44, New York Giants; George Connor, 1J4I-5J, Chicago Bttfs; Frank Kliroy, 1943-55, Philadelphia Eiglisr oulord (Baby) Ray, 1931-41, Grain iav Packers; Vie Sean, 141-42, 1945-53, Philadelphia Eaglet:. Al Wlsllrl, 194341, Philadelphia . Eaglet. GUARDS Bruno Banduccl, 1944-54, Philadelphia Eaglet, San Francisco 49ers, Bill Edwards, 1940-42, 1946, NlW York Giants; Garrard (Bustirl Ramtsv, 1946-51, Chicago Cardinals; Bill Willis, 1946-51, Cleveland Browns; Lan Younce, 1941, 1943-44, 1946-41, New York Glanla. CENTERS-Charles Brock, 1939-47, Green Bay Packers; Clyde (Bulldog! 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