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Old 12-15-2020, 07:48 PM
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Default Looking for a 1953 Elmer Lach card

Hey fellas, I'm in a search for a 1953 Elmar Lach card. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated. A raw card would be preferred. Thank you!
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Excited. I just received a 1953 Elmer Lach card (below). Have you ever read the list of injuries that Lach suffered during his career? It's crazy. He had a fractured skull, a broken arm, two broken jaws which he played through, a fractured leg, the same cheekbone was shattered twice, a sliced foot, hundreds of stitches and seven broken noses. Lach retired after the 1954 season when a broken leg robbed him of his speed.



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Damn, think today's players are tough?

Here he is with his linemates ca. 1943-46:

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