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September 14, 1970
Pro Football kicks off its first season united but not standing pat. It's a changing game, thanks to Hank Stram and his 66 formations, which Tex Maule describes in addition to making his fearless picks. Then there are a dozen pages of scouting reports; a gallery of color photographs by Neil Leifer depicting the secrets of Dick Butkus' trade; plus an article on that big, bad Bear by Robert F. Jones, revealing the fact that he speaks English; and a first-person account (with John Underwood) of the tragicomic life of Placekicker Booth Lusteg. Also our regular features and news coverage.
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September 14, 1970

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Pro Football kicks off its first season united but not standing pat. It's a changing game, thanks to Hank Stram and his 66 formations, which Tex Maule describes in addition to making his fearless picks. Then there are a dozen pages of scouting reports; a gallery of color photographs by Neil Leifer depicting the secrets of Dick Butkus' trade; plus an article on that big, bad Bear by Robert F. Jones, revealing the fact that he speaks English; and a first-person account (with John Underwood) of the tragicomic life of Placekicker Booth Lusteg. Also our regular features and news coverage.

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