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The Los Angeles Rams (Continued)

Jack Banta--Back, has had more league experience than most of the Ram backs. He has played with the Philadelphia Eagles. Banta was a star at L. A. High before he played for Howard Jones at U.S.C. He is 28, 5 ft. 11 in., 192.

Tom Farmer--Back, of the University of Iowa came to the Rams as a quarterback but was shifted to left half. He was wounded twice on Guam while fighting as a Marine Lieutenant. Tom is 25, 5 ft. 11 in., 195.

Jim Hardy--Back, hero of Southern California's Rose Bowl victories over Washington and Tennessee, is one of the most promising newcomers to the ranks of the Rams. Is an excellent passer. He is 23, 6 ft., weighs 185.

Kenny Washington--Back, of U.C.L.A., is known as Mr. Football on the West Coat where coaches, players and fans alike hail him as the greatest all-around back in Pacific Coast history. This is his first season in the T. Kenny is also handicapped by a bad knee and is not able to carry the ball as he did of old. Kenny has completed six aerials of 60 yards or more in actual game competition. He is 28, 6 ft 1 1/2 in., weighs 200.

Jack Wilson--Back, of Baylor, is one of the best all-around backs developed in the Southwest Conference in ten years. He fought in many Island campaigns of the Pacific. He is 27, 6 ft., weighs 200.

Steve Sucic--Back, of Illinois was a bright star and heavy duty ball carrier of the 2nd Air Force. He ran wild in a game at the Polo Grounds against Randolph Field last year. He is 25, 6 ft., weighs 200.

Albie Reisz--Back, of Southeastern Louisiana, was a Little All-America back and has had two years of experience in the National League as quarterback. In 1945 he was Bob Waterfield's understudy. He is 28, 5 ft. 10 in., weighs 175.

Ralph Ruthstrom--Back, of Southern Methodist, known as "The Ridge Runner," is an unusual football player in that he stands 6 ft. 4 in. tall but plays fullback. He is one of the best pass defense men on the club. He is 25 and weighs 204.

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