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I can't believe I'm up early enough to answer a Mystery History!! WWII (1943) Rose Bowl. The sheep were used to keep the grass short until games could begin again.
What an awesome photo.
Fertilizing the Rose Bowl turf prior to the big game.
The local chapter of the 4-H club is invited to bring their sheep to a cud chewing contest held at the Rosebowl. Festus leads the charge.
I'm going to say it's not the Rose Bowl. It's at PCC and the sheep really are cutting the grass.
Preparing the turf before the 1924 United States Polo Association junior and open championships at the Rose Bowl? ORThe supergroup Ewe Too personally mows the Rose Bowl turf before their concert.
dddDelivery of fffleas for the first Rose Bowl Flea Market?
Sheep are famous for eating grass. In fact if you leave them there too long they will eat it all destroying the pasture. That is why cattlemen hated sheepherders. But I will vote for Havisham's guess.
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