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Or do they prefer memories of the hundreds of young men who played without heraldry, doing their best to play a game they loved? What sad tales could the New Hampshire State Hospital tell of the sons and daughters of the state who were dropped off at the entrance, never to emerge? What medical epics of life saving could come from Memorial, Pillsbury, and finally Concord Hospital? If it could talk, what would it say about the political manipulations, about the efforts of the railroad executives to make a buck by exchanging this municipal forum for a shopping center?