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Identifier: constitutionplay02nati
Title: Constitution and playing rules of the National league of professional base ball clubs
Year: 1876 (1870s)
Authors: National league of professional base ball clubs. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Baseball
Publisher: [Chicago, A. F. Spalding & bros.]
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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etic outfit, and are 7iot cut after block patterns simply to lessen manufacturing cost.Because we make them ourselves in our own well ventilated andsanitary factories, the goods never leaving our own establishmentfrom the time it comes in from the mill in a piece until it goes outa finished garment ready for the Base Ball Player to put on. THE INTERSCHOLASTIC UNIFORM No. 2 COLORS: White, Blue Gray, Brown Gray, Dark Gray, Black,Green, Maroon, Navy Blue, Brown, and Cardinal Made of same grade of material as our higher priced uniforms, but of lighter weight. This is one of our most popular suits and will give the best of satisfaction. Can usually be worn two seasons. Inlerscholastic Uniiorm No. 2. . . . Complete, $9.00Net price to clubs ordering for Entire Team, . . Suit, Interscholastic Shirt, any style Interscholastic Pants, any style Interscholastic Cap, any style Interscholastic Web Belt, No. 47; or. SolidLeather Belt, No. 725: Tan, Orange or Black. Interscholastic Stockings, No. 2R.

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FRANK CHANCE Manager of Chicago National League Team, winners of the National League Pennant. Outfitted Complete by A. G. SPALDING &. BROS. $7.50 To the best cinbs we are now supplying regularly shirtswith three-quarter sleeves, but we will furnish, withoutextra charge, either half, full or detachable sleeves. Noextra charge lor lettering shirts with name of club.Extra charge tor all lettering on caps. No. 2RC Striped Stockings in stock colors furnished at No Extra Charge if desired.Special Colors Extra, 25c. per pair. We have on hand a special flannel. Royal Purple, dyed particularly for teams con-nected with the Order of Elks. While we do not recommend that this be made upsolid color in suits, still it makes a beautiful combination as trimming on white flannel,and we are making these uniforms now in that way in Nos. 0 and 2 qualities only. THE MINOR LEAGUE UNIFORM No. M ^^^^S^iyfl^^S^ra^L^^^^lte** This uniform, which is now in our regular line, we put out originally supplied on

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bookid:constitutionplay02nati bookyear:1876 bookdecade:1870 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:National_league_of_professional_base_ball_clubs___from_old_catalog_ booksubject:Baseball bookpublisher:_Chicago__A__F__Spalding___bros__ bookcontributor:The_Library_of_Congress booksponsor:Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:129 bookcollection:library_of_congress bookcollection:americana

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