Cliff Livingston

Clifford Lyman Livingston (July 2, 1930 – March 13, 2010) was a professional American football linebacker in the National Football League for the New York Giants, the Minnesota Vikings and the Los Angeles Rams.[1] He was born in Compton, California and played college football at UCLA.[2]

In 1965 while with the Rams, he and several of his teammates appeared in cameo roles in the Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the 12th Wildcat."

He died at his home in the affluent neighborhood of Southern Highlands in Las Vegas, Nevada on March 13, 2010.

His brother Howie Livingston (1922–1994) also played in the NFL.

Cliff Livingston
Cliff Livingston
Born:July 2, 1930
Compton, California
Died:March 13, 2010 (aged 79)
Las Vegas, Nevada
Career information
Career history
As player
1954–1961New York Giants
1962Minnesota Vikings
1963–1965Los Angeles Rams
Career stats


  1. ^ Obituary The New York Times, March 29, 2010; page B10.
  2. ^ Obituary Los Angeles Times, March 26, 2010; page AA6.

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1954 NFL Draft

The 1954 National Football League Draft was held on January 28, 1954 at The Bellevue-Stratford Hotel in Philadelphia.

1958 NFL Championship Game

The 1958 National Football League Championship Game was the 26th NFL championship game, played on December 28 at Yankee Stadium in New York City. It was the first NFL playoff game to go into sudden death overtime. The final score was Baltimore Colts 23, New York Giants 17, and the game has since become widely known as "The Greatest Game Ever Played".It marked the beginning of the NFL's popularity surge, and eventual rise to the top of the United States sports market. A major reason was that the game was televised across the nation by NBC. Baltimore receiver Raymond Berry recorded 12 receptions for 178 yards and a touchdown. His 12 receptions set a championship record that stood for 55 years.

1961 All-Pro Team

The Associated Press (AP), United Press International (UPI), Pro Football Illustrated (PFI), New York Daily News (NYDN), Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA), and Sporting News (SN) were among selectors of All-Pros for the 1961 National Football League season.

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Camp Academia, Livingston Island

Canetti Peak, Livingston Island

Casanovas Peak, Livingston Island

Castellvi Peak, Livingston Island

Castra Martis Hill, Livingston Island

Castro Peak, Livingston Island

Catalunyan Saddle, Livingston Island

Cavarus Point, Oscar II Coast

Chakarov Peak, Oscar II Coast

Chapanov Peak, Oscar II Coast

Chargan Ridge, Graham Coast

Charrúa Gap, Livingston Island

Chavdar Peninsula, Graham Land

Chavei Cove, Livingston Island

Chayka Passage, Trinity Island

Chelopech Hill, Trinity Peninsula

Chemish Ridge, Foyn Coast

Chepelare Peak, Livingston Island

Chepino Saddle, Sentinel Range

Chepra Cove, Graham Coast

Cherepish Ridge, Livingston Island

Cherkovna Point, Graham Coast

Chernomen Glacier, Graham Coast

Chernoochene Glacier, Oscar II Coast

Chernopeev Peak, Trinity Peninsula

Chertigrad Point, Loubet Coast

Cherven Peak, Rugged Island

Chichil Point, Clarence Island

Chintulov Ridge, Oscar II Coast

Chipev Nunatak, Nordenskjöld Coast

Chiprovtsi Point, Rugged Island

Chiren Heights, Graham Coast

Chirpan Peak, Livingston Island

Chochoveni Nunatak, Trinity Peninsula

Chorul Peninsula, Graham Coast

Christoff Cliff, Livingston Island

Chubra Peak, Davis Coast

Chuchuliga Glacier, Oscar II Coast

Chudomir Cove, Trinity Peninsula

Chukovezer Island, Anvers Island

Chumerna Glacier, Brabant Island

Chuprene Glacier, Smith Island

Churicheni Island, Robert Island

Chuypetlovo Knoll, Foyn Coast

Coburg Peak, Trinity Peninsula

Crates Bay, Graham Coast

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Howie Livingston

Howard Livingston (May 15, 1922 – July 27, 1994) was an American football running back and defensive back in the National Football League for the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers, and the Chicago Bears. He played college football at Fullerton College.

His brother Cliff Livingston (1930–2010) also played in the NFL.

List of New York Giants players

This article is a list of American football players who have played for the National Football League (NFL)'s New York Giants. It includes players that have played one or more games for the Giants in the NFL regular season. The New York Giants franchise was founded in 1925. The Giants have played for nineteen NFL Championships and have won eight, including four of the five Super Bowls in which they have played.

List of Perry Mason episodes

This is a list of episodes for Perry Mason, an American legal drama series that aired on CBS television for nine seasons (September 21, 1957 – May 22, 1966). The title character, portrayed by Raymond Burr, is a fictional Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. Many episodes are based on novels and short stories written by Gardner, with some stories having been adapted more than once.

List of University of California, Los Angeles people

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Orange Coast College

Orange Coast College (OCC) is a public community college in Costa Mesa in Orange County, California. It was founded in 1947, with its first classes opening in the fall of 1948. It provides Associate of Art and Associate of Science degrees, certificates of achievement, and lower-division classes transferable to other colleges and universities. The school enrolls approximately 24,000 undergraduate students. In terms of population size, Orange Coast College is the third largest college in Orange County.

Sam Huff

Robert Lee "Sam" Huff (born October 4, 1934) is a former professional American football linebacker in the National Football League (NFL) for the New York Giants and the Washington Redskins. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1982. He played college football for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team and is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame.

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