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English: Photograph of Derrill "Dale" Pratt, University of Michigan assistant football coach and Major League Baseball player
Source 1921 Michiganensian (University of Michigan yearbook), p. 284
Author Unknown authorUnknown author
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First published in 1921, therefore public domain in United States


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2010-11-15 00:11 455×817× (492228 bytes) Cbl62 {{Information |Description=Photograph of [[Del Pratt|Derrill "Dale" Pratt]], University of Michigan assistant football coach and [[Major League Baseball]] player |Source=1921 Michiganensian (University of Michigan yearbook), p. 284 |Date=1921 |Author=unkn


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