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Extra, Extra: Don't Bring Your Fanny Pack To The Rose Bowl

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  • Security will be tight at the Rose Bowl game. Don't plan on getting in with a purse, backpack or fanny pack. If you need to carry some items in, bring a clear bag, a small clutch or a diaper bag. Of course, those with diaper bags will have to also bring a child.
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"Don't go in the pool" they said.

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