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Following the happenings of The News-Herald Community Media Lab, as well as the library and archive, where we're digging to find historic people, places, events and things to see how much the times have changed or how much they have stayed the same.

Friday, December 21, 2012

This date in area sports history: Dec. 21

1932: The Indians fall to the visiting Syracuse Stars, 6-4, in pro hockey, and referee Perc Traub has to receive a police escort out of the arena after 100 Indians fans wait for him in the lobby afterward.


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