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C. C. Pyle

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  1. Charles C. "C. C." Pyle, often called "Cash and Carry" Pyle , was a Champaign, Illinois theater owner and sports agent who represented American football star Red Grange and French tennis player Suzanne Lenglen

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  2. born March 251882-February 31939

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  3. After his signing of Grange in 1925 and Grange's becoming a star for the Chicago Bears National Football League team, Pyle founded the first New York Yankees football team

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  4. when Pyle's application for the Yankees joining the NFL was rejected, he announced the formation of the first American Football League in 1926

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  5. The league lasted one season before folding

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  6. In 1926, Pyle signed Lenglen and several of the best tennis players in the world to start the first professional tennis tour, which traveled throughout the U.S. and Canada

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