A breath of fresh air


February 18, 1913
The Liverpool team is going across the water on occasion this week for a breath of the best air, but their training is purely “homely,” and the men desire none other. The injured members of Saturday are expected to be fit, and, in answer to correspondents, let it be stated that Harry Welfare (not J.H., as has generally been believed) is not qualified to play on Saturday, having played for Northern Nomads in an English Cup-tie. However, Jack Parkinson is fit, and when the team is chosen to-night it is probable that he and Lacey will find a place. Lacey is unwell, but should be right for Saturday. To-night the players will have a hotpot supper, and the prizes at the recent billiard tournament will be presented.
(Liverpool Echo: February 18, 1913)