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A Rare Photo of Lou Gehrig Playing Football at Columbia University in 1923

Take a look at this rare photo of Lou Gehrig playing football at Columbia University in 1923. See if you can recognize him as the third from the right in the middle row. Source: Library of Congress.
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Here’s a cool old photo showing famous New York Yankee and excellent athlete, Lou Gehrig, playing his other sport at Columbia University in 1923. Do you recognize Gehrig? He’s third from the right in the middle row.

Group portrait of Columbia University football team, including Lou Gehrig. Handwritten on back: “Lou Gehrig.”

Source: Library of Congress

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