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Alfred Cochrane (1865 – 1948)

Accomplished cricketer, and subsequently made his name as a writer on sporting subjects and of light verse.
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Alfred Cochrane
Her reasoning is full of tricks
And butterfly suggestions,
I know no point to which she sticks;
She begs the simplest questions,
And, when her premises are strong
She always draws her inference wrong.
Cochrane quotes
I once admitted—to my shame—
That football was a brutal game.
Because She hates it.
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