Liverpool’s arrangements for final day

Friday, April 24 – 1914
Writing from Chingford this afternoon, “The Critic” says:-
Kenneth Campbell has developed a bit of a cold, but he is getting on nicely, and it is not likely to interfere with his play. Harry Lowe feels greatly improved.

The reserve players, Donald Mackinlay, is quite fit if his services should be required.

It has been arranged to leave Chingford about 1.45 tomorrow, and the players will drive to the ground in taxis, and after the match the players, club officials, and friends will visit the London Hippodrome.

After their walk through the forest this morning the players are taking matters easily, and patiently waiting for the morrow.
(Evening Express, 24-04-1914)

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