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September 13, 1971
Pro Football, with its cast of 1,040, is bigger and better than ever, says Tex Maule, who vows the same applies to his annual positive prognostications. Following Tex comes a dozen pages of scouting reports; a gallery of the 49ers at work; an article by Robert F. Jones on John R. Brodie, the San Francisco quarterback and Scientologist; and John Underwood's mind-bending portrayal of Tim Rossovich of the Philadelphia Eagles, who's almost as spectacular at self-immolation as he is at linebacking. With our usual complete sports news coverage and features.
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September 13, 1971

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Pro Football, with its cast of 1,040, is bigger and better than ever, says Tex Maule, who vows the same applies to his annual positive prognostications. Following Tex comes a dozen pages of scouting reports; a gallery of the 49ers at work; an article by Robert F. Jones on John R. Brodie, the San Francisco quarterback and Scientologist; and John Underwood's mind-bending portrayal of Tim Rossovich of the Philadelphia Eagles, who's almost as spectacular at self-immolation as he is at linebacking. With our usual complete sports news coverage and features.

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