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    1934 Old Style Lagers vs. Chicago Bears Game Program. Well worn vintage football program is from a September 12, 1934 contest between the Old Style Lagers and Chicago Bears. The Old Style Lagers were sponsored by G. Heileman Brewing Co. in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The La Crosse Old Style Lagers were part of the Tri-State Football League and lost to the Bears 25-0 in this exhibition. Program is intact with some separation at middle of spine, paper loss and approximately 1" tear which is evident throughout from program cover to back.

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