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After he had done that, he was umpiring at the Polo Grounds one day.
PITCHING IN A PINCHCHRISTY MATHEWSON
They will realize how difficult umpiring is, and that bad as umpires often are they are doing their best.
LAWN TENNIS FOR LADIESMRS. LAMBERT CHAMBERS
When it was noticed that no umpire ever survived a game, umpiring got to be unpopular.
But, in the long run, my capacity even for umpiring came to be doubted, and now I am only a critic of Cricket.
“Tim” was umpiring in Baltimore in the old days when there was a runner on first base.
PITCHING IN A PINCHCHRISTY MATHEWSON
Hans hit Bob with the first ball pitched, and Kilgore, who was umpiring, sent Towser to first.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S SONBURT L. STANDISH
I'm umpiring in this match, and I see no reason for leaving it in the middle.
THE SIMPKINS PLOTGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM

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