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" ... looking on at the cock-fights in the morning, after which in the afternoon the whole youth of the city goes into the ' suburban level ', as he calls Smithfield, for ' a solemn game of ball ', presumably football. ' Each school has its own ball ' ;... "
Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire - Page 75
by Thoroton Society - 1915
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Schools of Medieval England

Arthur Francis Leach - 1915 - 988 pages
...presumably football. “Each school has its own ball”; and nearly all the holders of civic offices each provide one. “The grown-up people, the fathers and rich men of the city come on horseback to see the struggles of the young, and grow young with them; and get hot with excitement, by looking on...
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The Schools of Medieval England

Arthur Francis Leach - 1915 - 452 pages
...presumably football. " Each school has its own ball " ; and nearly all the holders of civic offices each provide one. " The grown-up people, the fathers and rich men of the city come on horseback to see the struggles of the young, and grow young with them ; and get hot with excitement, by looking...
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Great English Schools

Harold Tom Wilkins - 1925 - 328 pages
...whole youth of the city sally out into the fields to the popular game of ball. Each school has its own ball, and nearly all the holders of civic offices...horseback to look on at the struggles of the young, in their ways, grow young with the young; the motion of natural heat seems to be excited in them by...
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