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    Cardinals In Saint Louis

    Quick! Who Was The First Women Owner To Bring A Football Franchise To Saint Louis?
    Hint: It's Wasn't Georgia Frontiere
    The Answer Is Violet Bidwill (assumed Control Of The Team After The Passing Of Her Husband, Charles W. Bidwiill, Sr.), Who Moved The Team From Chicago To The Gateway City In 1960.
    Upon Mrs. Bidwill's Death In January Of 1962, Team Control Moved To Sons Charles W. Bidwill, Jr. And William V. Bidwill, The Latter And His Family Gained Sole Ownership With William Becoming Managing Gerneral Partner.
    On July 1, 1976 Incorporation Of The Company Was Accomplished With Bidwill Continuing As Chief Executive Officer.
    The Cardinals Spent 28 Years In Saint Louis, Relocating To Arizona In 1988.

    ALLTIME SERIES RECORD (RAMS AND CARDINALS)
    RAMS LEAD SERIES (23-15-2)

    SAINT LOUIS FOOTBALL CARDINALS/ YEAR BY YEAR (1960-1987)
    *THE VERY FIRST GAME AS THE SAINT LOUIS CARDINALS WAS PLAYED IN LOS ANGELES AGAINST THE RAMS ON SEPTEMBER 23, 1960. (CARDINALS WON 43-21)

    1960 (6-5-1) FRANK "POP" IVY (COACH)
    1961 (7-7-0)
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    1962 (4-9-1) WALLY LEMM (COACH)
    1963 (9-5-0)
    1964 (9-3-2)
    1965 (5-9-0) - LOST TO LA RAMS IN STL (27-3) DEC. 5
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    1966 (8-5-1) CHARLEY WINNER (COACH)
    1967 (6-7-1)
    1968 (9-4-1) - LOST TO LA RAMS IN STL (24-16) SEP 16
    1969 (4-9-1)
    1970 (8-5-1) - LOST TO RAMS IN LA (34-13) SEP 18
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    1971 (4-9-1) BOB HOLLWAY (COACH)
    1972 (4-9-1)
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    1973 (4-9-1) DON CORYELL (COACH)
    1974 (10-4-0) - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF AT MINNESOTA VIKINGS (CARDS LOST 30-14) DEC 21
    1975 (11-3-0) - NFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFF AT LA RAMS (CARDS LOST 35-23) DEC 27
    1976 (10-4-0) -BEAT RAMS IN LA (30-28) NOV 14
    1977 (7-7-0)
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    1978 (6-10-0) BUD WILKINSON (COACH)
    1979 (5-11-0) BUD WILKINSON (13 GAMES), LARRY WILSON (3 GAMES)
    - LOST TO RAMS AT LA (21-0) SEP 30
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    1980 (5-11-0) JIM HANIFAN (COACH)
    -LOST TO LA RAMS IN STL (21-13) OCT12
    1981 (7-9-0)
    1982 (5-4-0) STRIKE SEASON
    -FIRST ROUND SUPERBOWL TOURNAMENT AT GREEN BAY (CARDS LOST 41-16) JAN 8
    1983 (8-7-1)
    1984 (9-7-0) - LOST TO LA RAMS AT STL (16-13) NOV 4
    1985 (5-11-0)- LOST TO RAMS IN LA (46-14) DEC 15
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    1986 (4-11-1) GENE STALLINGS (COACH)
    -LOST TO LA RAMS AT STL (16-10) SEP 7
    1987 (7-8-0) -LOST TO LA RAMS AT STL (27-24) NOV15
    (CARDINALS FINAL SEASON IN SAINT LOUIS)

    SAINT LOUIS CARDINALS HALL OF FAMERS

    DAN DIERDORF,T (1971-1983) 1996 HOF /PLAYED EVERY DOWN IN HIS PRO CAREER

    JACKIE SMITH,TE (1963-1977) 1994 HOF

    LARRY WILSON, S (1960-1972) 1978 HOF /52 INT's (TEAM RECORD) / CARDINALS VICE-PRESIDENT

    SAINT LOUIS CARDINALS PRO-BOWLERS

    OTTIS ANDERSON, RB, 1979-1980
    JIM BAKKEN, K, 1965,1967,1975-76
    DAN DIERDORF, T, 1974-78, 1980
    CONRAD DOBLER, G, 1975-1977
    KEN GRAY, G, 1961, 1963-1964, 1966-68
    MEL GRAY, WR, 1974-1977
    ROY GREEN, WR, 1983-84
    JIM HART, QB, 1974-1977
    E.J. JUNIOR, LB, 1984-1985
    NEIL LOMAX, QB, 1984, 1987
    ERNIE McMILLAN, T, 1965,1967, 1969-70
    DALE MEINERT, LB, 1963, 1965, 1967
    TERRY METCALF, RB, 1974-75, 1977
    JIM OTIS, RB, 1975
    VAI SIKAHEMA, KR, 1986-1987
    JACKIE SMITH, TE, 1966-70
    PAT TILLEY, WR, 1980
    ROGER WEHRLI, CB, 1970-71, 74-77, 79
    LARRY WILSON, S, 1962-63, 1965-70
    BOB YOUNG, G, 1978-79

    CARDINALS RETURN TO SAINT LOUIS
    WHO: ARIZONA CARDINALS VERSUS SAINT LOUIS RAMS

    WHERE: SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI (EDWARDJONES DOME)

    WHEN: NOVEMBER 20, 2005 (SUNDAY) 1:00 PM (EST)

    TV: CHECK LOCL LISTINGS

    WELCOME BACK, WARNER!
    ARIZONA CARDINALS' QUARTERBACK KURT WARNER RETURNS TO SAINT LOUIS FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE BEING LET GO BY THE RAMS TWO YEARS AGO.
    WARNER, AS A STARTING QB IS (40-24) ALLTIME, AND HAS YET TO WIN A GAME WITH THE CARDINALS THIS YEAR.
    ARIZONA HAS LOST 24 OF IT'S LAST 25 ROAD GAMES.

    2005 ARIZONA CARDINALS-STATS
    QB
    KURT WARNER 122pc/194pa -1,389yds 3tds/5int 78.7 RATING
    JOSH McCOWN 104pc/186pa -1,233yds 6tds/8int 69.1 RATING
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    RB
    MARCEL SHIPP 101c/244yds 0 tds/ 2.4 avg
    J.J. ARRINGTON 46c/140yds 1 tds/ 3.0 avg
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    REC
    LARRY FITZGERALD 61/854yds 14.0 avg 5 tds
    ANQUAN BOLDIN 39/616yds 15.8 avg 3 tds
    BRYANT JOHNSON 21/212yds 10.1 avg 1 tds
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    FGs
    NEIL RACKERS (#1 FIELD GOAL KICKER IN THE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE)
    FGM/28 FGA/28 LONG/54 XPA/9 XPM/9 PTS/93

    RANGE: 1-19 (0/0) 20-29(8/8) 30-39(6/6) 40-49(9/9) 50+(5/5)

    MEET ME IN ST. LOUIE!

    SOME TEAMS COME AND SOME TEAMS GO
    THE GATEWAY SWINGS TO AND FRO'
    BE IT BIG RED OR RAM BLUES
    ONE TEAM WILL WIN AND ONE WILL SURELY LOSE
    THE WEST IS THE BEST
    AND IT START IN THIS HERE TOWN
    MEET ME IN 'ST. LOUIE'!
    I HERE KURT WARNER COMING 'ROUND!~~~~~~~~
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    Re: Cardinals In Saint Louis

    DAN DIERDORF, T, 1974-78, 1980
    CONRAD DOBLER, G, 1975-1977
    Wouldn't mind having this pairing back in town.
    DAN DIERDORF,T (1971-1983) 1996 HOF /PLAYED EVERY DOWN IN HIS PRO CAREER
    I didn't know this. Man, EVERY DOWN?!?! That's unheard of!
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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