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Nixdorff and a teammate on the S.S. President Roosevelt en route to Amsterdam for the 1928 Olympics
 

Lacrosse Game
1928

Lacrosse-border competition between the United States and Canada
Americans and Canadians do battle on the lacrosse field during a game at the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam. The United States--represented by the lacrosse team from Johns Hopkins University
--won its game against Canada. The next day it went down in defeat to England. However, in a later game England lost to Canada, leaving each of the three participating teams with a win and a loss. No team was declared the victor.

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· Louis S. Nixdorff
· Archives Center finding aid for Louis S. Nixdorff1928 Olympic Games Collection, 1926-1978

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