My Favorite Quotes
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 Tom Benjey - “To me, the central point with the naming issue is that Marshall thought he was Indian. Whether he was or not, maybe that doesn't matter so much.”
 Tom Benjey - “Anything you read about Dietz is probably half off. Every day, it seems, I learn something new about him, and often, the truth makes the story even more interesting.”
 Tom Benjey - “This was nowhere. But it became the birthplace of modern football.”
 Tom Benjey - “I don't think there's really any doubt that he was convinced. White people at that time had no reason to take on an Indian identity. He would've had a whole lot easier life if he didn't.”
 Tom Benjey - “He took the players he found when he arrived and ran roughshod over the competition.”