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Schools reopen, renew push against hazing

By Robert Carroll
Globe Correspondent / September 7, 2006

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For many area high school athletes, autumn means end-zone celebrations, beautifully crafted soccer goals, and long putts coolly drained. But for some players, it could signify something darker -- like being forced to drink alcohol, shave their heads, and even endure beatings. (Full article: 988 words)

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