Clipping:Putting on their game faces
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|Date||Sunday, July 10, 1870|
[Chicago vs. Mutual 7/6/1870] For an hour before the game the Mutual men were sitting in their dressing room, with such an expression of determination on their faces, as is not often seen there, and which boded no good to their antagonists. They talked very little, but, like the parrot, perhaps they thought all the more. They came on the ground like men determined to do or die, and they played the game out in the most solemn style. If it is to be attended with such triumphant success on other occasions, as it was upon this, we would recommend them to continue the same style.
|Source||New York Dispatch|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|