From that day on, William Felton Russell made everyone an imitator.
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Eddie Gottlieb: The Man With a Thousand Faces, 1949
There’s no such thing with Gotty as taking a game in stride. He’s about as comfortable and acrobatic during a game as a worm on a hot griddle, grimacing and writhing about as if in the grip of death’s throes.