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October 08, 1987

Bobby Walston, the all-time leading scorer for the Philadelphia Eagles, died Wednesday morning of a heart attack in Elk Grove Village, Ill., at the age of 68, a team spokesman said.

The former end and kicker spent 12 seasons with the Eagles, setting a club career record of 881 points. He caught 331 passes for 5,363 yards and 46 touchdowns, and was named to the Pro Bowl in 1961 and l962.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Friday October 9, 1987 Home Edition Sports Part 3 Page 7 Column 2 Sports Desk 1 inches; 27 words Type of Material: Correction; Obituary
Bobby Walston, former kicker for the Philadelphia Eagles and former personnel director of the Chicago Bears, was 58 when he died Wednesday in Elk Grove Village, Ill., not 68, as was reported.

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