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FOOTBALL STAR DIES OF TYPHOID
Cecil Gooding, Michigan's Right Guard, Succumbs to Disease at Ann Arbor. DEATH IS A SURPRISE. Player Took Cold Here Thanksgiving Day--Minnesota Men Deny Rough Usage. Attribute Death to Chicago Water. Minnesota Players Incensed.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Jan 6, 1904
Start Page: 8
Pages: 1
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[Special.]--Michigan's right guard, Cecil Gooding, died today. He is the first Michigan football player that ever died while in college. The cause was typhoid fever, contracted on Thanksgiving day in Chicago and neglected until too late.

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