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COSTLY BALL GAME.
Carroll College at Waukesha Loses $5,000 by a Will. PLAY SHOCKS A WOMAN. After Seeing the Sport She Revokes a Bequest. SAID PLAYERS WERE BRUTES. Game Changed Her Mind. One of the Ironies of Fate.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Nov 6, 1898
Start Page: 33
Pages: 1
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FOOTBALL and its alleged brutality are responsible for the loss of $5,000 by Carroll College, at Waukesha, Wis., this being the sum once willed to the institution by Miss Anna Sackett of that place, the bequest being revoked after...

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