The economic impact of Carleton’s annual Rotblatt softball game carries over to downtown

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Some out of town visitors were at GBM when it opened at 6 am today. Two were awake after playing softball all night. One wasn’t.

The Carleton wiki ("an unofficial, student-run website") says that Rotblatt:

… is an annual drunken softball game played during Spring Term. It has as many innings as the number of years since Carleton was founded. In recent years, T-shirts for people who arrive at Rotblatt early has become a major CSA budget item, exempted by tradition from rules that prohibit spending on personal property.

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  1. And I wrote about the Rotblatt League in the April 2011 Northfield Entertainment Guide, available archived at http://www.northfieldguide.com. Even got a letter from Marv Rotblatt himself afterwards (highest ERA when he pitched for the White Sox but engaging and ribald banquet speaker when he came to Carleton).

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