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A Semi-Pro Football Team That Always Drew A Crowd: The Little Chute Flying Dutchmen

Little Chute is known for its Dutch heritage. A lesser known fact about the northeastern village is that it was once home to a semi-pro football team, the Little Chute Flying Dutchmen. Little Chute resident Gene Janssen wrote to WHYsconsin about the Flying Dutchmen. He remembered the team from his youth and hoped to learn more about its history.

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