Clearing the pitch for snow

January 14, 1913
The Ground Committee of the Liverpool Football Club met to-day and decided that it would be unwise to clear the snow from the playing space until to-morrow morning, because under the snow the turf is in capital order, and a snowfall might occur to-day. To-morrow at daybreak workers will start on the playing space, and it is highly improbable that the game will be checked again.
(Source: Liverpool Echo: January 14, 1913)