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Memory Keeper: Packers Fan HOF inductee recounts decades of football history (with video)

9:02 PM, Apr. 1, 2013
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Ed Fritsch, who was inducted into the Packers Fan Hall of Fame on Tuesday, has been following the team since the players wore leather helmets.

The 90-year-old Sheobygan man has witnessed most of Packers history, much of it firsthand. That includes being at Lambeau Field's first game, then called City Stadium, which also was attended by vice president Richard Nixon in 1957.

"I still remember him saying in his speech 'What a wonderful stadium! There isn't a bad seat in the house,'" Fritsch said. ...

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