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    Sounds from the game: Miss USA, Hanifan add glamour
    By Bill Coats
    Of the Post-Dispatch
    Tuesday, Aug. 24 2004

    KANSAS CITY - Seen on the scene: Miss USA, Shandi Finnessey of Florissant,
    chatting it up with Rams director of football administration Samir Suleiman on
    the sideline before kickoff; former Cardinals head coach and Rams assistant Jim
    Hanifan, looking very "Magnum P.I." in a vibrant Hawaiian shirt

    Lame-duck Governor's Cup? Bob Holden presented the trophy to the winners. No
    word on whether Claire McCaskill and Matt Blunt were on hand, picking up
    pointers.

    More politicos: Vice President Dick Cheney, riding the campaign trail, watched
    from a private box, seated next to Sen. Kit Bond, R-Mo. Cheney left early,
    reportedly to arrange federal disaster aid for the Rams.

    Harris the hammer: Although he was giving up about 30 pounds in the matchup,
    Arlen Harris crushed Chiefs linebacker Gary Stills with a blind-side block on a
    Rams kickoff return in the second quarter. Stills was still for a few seconds
    before wobbling to the sideline.

    Weather or not: Chiefs officials kept a nervous watch on the weather radar,
    which showed strong storms approaching Arrowhead Stadium from the west.

    Count down: Some 75,428 tickets were sold, but only about 55,000 spectators
    were in the stands at kickoff. By the time the fourth quarter rolled around,
    perhaps 25,000 remained.

    Score down: The Chiefs had clubbed the Rams for an average of 52.5 points per
    game the last two times the G-Cup was contested in KC.

    __________________________________________________________
    Keeping the Rams Nation Talking
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