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The next four numbers drawn were 192; 8,239; 6,620; and 6,685. The process lasted into the next morning. ” Among other things, the act banned “disorderly sports” on Sundays. Pennsylvania was just one of many states with such “blue laws,” so named either for the color of the paper on which they were originally printed or because “blue” was then a disparaging term for the puritanical. In the early twentieth century, many states relaxed their blue laws to permit Sunday baseball. By 1920, teams in Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, New York, St.

But Wistert wouldn’t budge. Thayer told him he’d run the offer by Greasy Neale, the Eagles’ head coach, and get back to him. Thayer telephoned Coach Neale later that night. Neale took the call in his suite at the Hotel Philadelphian, where he was playing cards with several of his players. Training camp was almost under way and Neale was eager to get Wistert signed. He asked Thayer how much money Wistert wanted. “Forty-five hundred dollars,” Thayer said. ” repeated Neale, incredulous. He let out a long whistle.

Soon Griffith Stadium echoed with cryptic announcements. O. Bland”—the head of the Navy’s Bureau of Ordnance—“is asked to report to his office at once,” the public address announcer solemnly intoned, the words bouncing around the stadium like a wayward punt. “Mr. ” The announcements grew more frequent, and urgent. Newspaper reporters and photographers were asked to report to their offices as well. The press box rapidly depopulated. By halftime, just a single photographer was on the sidelines. But the big news—the outbreak of war—was never officially announced at Griffith Stadium.

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