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Bill Stafford, right, scores a point in a game of Ultimate Frisbee Saturday. The 23-year-old celebrated his birthday by playing the game with about a dozen Frisbee fanatics. Justin Glawe | Bemidji Pioneer

Ultimate Frisbee: New sport catches on in Bemidji

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By Justin Glawe

   Frisbee, meet football.

Minus brutal collisions between men with the combined weight of a small car, Ultimate Frisbee shares at least the two-toes-inbounds end zone grabs and man-on-man catches in the sky that glue millions to their televisions each Sunday.

And you don’t even have to pay hundreds and be packed among the tens of thousands to watch.

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