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  1. pretty good, though I'd eliminate the small "Browns" wordmark above the number.
  2. I love it, and I agree with you about the red helmets. Just nasty.
  3. I like them all except the alternates. Maybe it's just me but I hate gold football jerseys unless the number is white.
  4. Good job on the Panthers, 7 out of 10. But the white between the letters on the end should go.
  5. October 25, 1878, Baltimore Lords at Toronto Whales (at Royal Bank Plaza) Not one win for the Lords in this match, as the Whales quickly took boards 2 and 4 within the first hour of the match, securing at least a draw. Mathews and Shufelt destroyed their opponents, both winning by surprise mate in the development. The other two games took significantly longer with Pete Rose eventually beating his opponent, Milo Stacy, in the end game with his queen and rook. With the match already won, Alexander Paul offered Becker a draw, and he accepted. The Whales win at home. 3.5-0.5.
  6. October 24, 1878, The Chill announces that they're changing their lineup: Victor Remaley at 1st Board, Dan Simpkin at 2nd Board, Barney Seagle at 3rd Board, and Boris Teel at 4th Board.
  7. October 22, 1878, The board meets again in Lincoln, NE, to discuss the same topic. No announcements are made.
  8. Standings after Week 7: 1. Toronto Whales 4.5-2.5 2. New York Kings 4.0-3.0 3. Baltimore Lords 3.5-3.5 3. Chicago Chill 3.5-3.5 5. Minnesota Millers 3.0-4.0 6. Philadelphia Liberty 2.5-4.5 If the season ended today, the Kings would play the Whales in the Finals in Provo.
  9. Minnesota Millers at Baltimore Lords (at Druid Hill Park) Kenneth Pappalardo continues his win streak with a win over David Becker, which, although down by 2 capture points at the end, he won decisively. The rest of his team didn't do so well though, with both Wallace and Bilbo losing on boards 3 and 4, while Capehart managed to get a draw on board 2 against Jim Vogan. The Lords win at home, 2.5-1.5.
  10. October 20, 1878, Toronto Whales at Chicago Chill (at McCormick Place) Alexander Paul becomes the first player in NCL history to get 10 wins (2 draws count as 1 win) by beating Barney Seagle, the Chill's first round pick, who is not having a very good season. On the other boards, boards 3 and 4 both drew due to stalemate, something that rarely happens at all, let alone twice in one match! In the last match to finish, Dallas Mathews looked phenomenal in a match-clinching win over Boris Teel. The Whales win, 3.0-1.0.