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Great Teams and the people who love them » There was no practice that afternoon for the second and so Clint

Great Teams and the people who love them

July 31st, 2006

There was no practice that afternoon for the second and so Clint

Posted by mike in unknown teams

witnessed the Chambers game from the grand-stand in company with Amy and
Bob Chase
There was no practice that afternoon for the second and so Clint
witnessed the Chambers game from the grand-stand in company with Amy and
Bob Chase. Chase was a Sixth Form fellow, long, loose-jointed and
somewhat taciturn. He with his partner, Brooks, had won the doubles in
the tennis tournament a few days previously. Before the game was more
than five minutes old he had surprised Clint with the intimate knowledge
he displayed of football. Possibly Amy discerned his chum’s surprise;
for he said: “I forgot to tell you, Clint, that Bob is the fellow who
invented the modern game of American football, he and Walter Camp
together, that is. And I’ve always suspected that Bob gives Camp too
much credit, at that!”

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