1910 : Fighting Farmers End 8-Game Losing Streak Against Notre Dame

October 29, 2018 all-day

On October 29, 1910 some 4000 spectators paid anywhere from $.50 to $1.50 per ticket to watch the Michigan Aggies play Notre Dame. Some alumns reportedly traveled more than 500 miles to attend the game and they weren’t disappointed as the Aggies won 17-0. Extra bleachers and box seats were erected for it around College Field by the Red Cedar River.

For a photograph, see Steve Grinezel, Michigan State Football : They are Spartans. Arcadia Press, 2003, pp.13.

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