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In 1872, the dour secretary of San Diego founder Alonzo Horton would complain in his diary: Thanksgiving Day has not been very well observed. Too tired to work and too forgetful of comforts enjoyed . . . May our ingratitude be forgiven. –Jesse Aland Shepherd.
But in future years San Diegans would invest a bit more in the national holiday: Thanksgiving in Early San Diego.
Student sports were in their infancy in 1900 at San Diego Normal School but the college we know today as San Diego State University was eager to launch competitive sports. From its campus on Park Blvd. in University Heights, the one-year-old school was ready for football.
The story of the First Football at San Diego State.
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