The Louisville Courier-Journal, noting the rise of ball players, remarks : "Among the old-time ball players who made 'home runs' at the late election was Robert E. Pattison, the governor-elect of Pennsylvania, who played first-base in 1867 and 1868 for the Harry Clay Club of Philadelphia, a well-known amateur organization. Something has long been needed to give an impetus to our national game, and if the players are inspired by the hope of office, we may expect that the material interests of the sport will advance."
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