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Photo Title The Camp of Dust and Blisters Photographer/Creator Fred Barnes Collection 1981 Publisher Grand Rapids Press Caption/Description After practicing 3 times a day in the heat, players take a break.

Photographer/Creator Mark Kauffman Collection 1951 Publisher LIFE Caption/Description The less fortunate live in the shadow of a grand stadium.

Photographer/Creator J. Bruce Baumann Collection 1970 Publisher Grand Rapids Press Caption/Description Football player stands on the field during a game played in the snow.

Photo Title The Camp of Dust and Blisters Photographer/Creator Fred Barnes Collection 1981 Publisher Grand Rapids Press Caption/Description Part of getting in shape is getting blisters.

Photographer/Creator W. James Starkey Collection 1970 Publisher Grand Rapids Press Caption/Description Series of photographs show a referee caught in a tackle.

Photographer/Creator J. Bruce Baumann Collection 1970 Publisher Grand Rapids Press Caption/Description Football game played in the snow.

Photo Title Sincerest Form of Flattery Photographer/Creator Joe Waldorf Collection 1950 Publisher International News Photos Caption/Description When 'Tommy Traddles' took a tumble during the Grand National at Aintree and stood on his neck, his jockey unwittingly performed a reasonable facsimile of 'Tommy's' attitude while the other horses thundered by. Neither horse nor rider were seriously hurt.

Photo Title Needed No Jockey Photographer/Creator Leslie Priest Collection 1949 Publisher Associated Press Caption/Description Riderless and with broken bridle flying, Morning Star II takes Becher's Brook at the Grand National Course at Aintree, Liverpool, England. A jockey, who earlier had parted company with his mount, retains his dignity as he is sheltered by the fence.

Photo Title Into the Lead Photographer/Creator Wayne Bell Collection 1948 Publisher Minneapolis Tribune Caption/Description Emory Collins, national dirt track champion, maneuvers into the lead at the Minnesota State Fair races Aug. 28. Russ Lee's car, out of view at left, was so high Collins was able to cut inside and forge ahead. Mr. Bell selected this spot from which to shoot 'because of beautiful lighting and because most accidents occur here.'