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Previous Seasons

1920 Regular Season Week 9 Nov 21, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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1920 Regular Season Week 8 Nov 14, 1920 Away Game Morse Field
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000003Lost
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1920 Regular Season Week 8 Nov 14, 1920 Away Game Morse Field
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000003Lost
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1920 Regular Season Week 7 Nov 07, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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1920 Regular Season Week 7 Nov 07, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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1920 Regular Season Week 6 Oct 31, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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1920 Regular Season Week 6 Oct 31, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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007007Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 4 Oct 24, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000025Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 4 Oct 24, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000025Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 5 Oct 24, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000062Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 5 Oct 24, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000062Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 3 Oct 10, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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300003Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 3 Oct 10, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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300003Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 2 Oct 03, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000056Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 2 Oct 03, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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0000056Won
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1920 Regular Season Week 1 Sep 20, 1920 Home Game Hagemeister Park
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