Sources and Credit

Thanks to all of the writers, broadcasters and historians for their in-depth attention to our game. I would also like to thank those who assisted me, more locally, with the narrative, including my teacher Ms. Levinson, my parents, my sister Ingrid, Coach Waterman and all of my friends.


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