In addition to the backstabbing, players in Game No. 306, played Saturday at Pete McNamara’s home in Evanston, were treated to ribs and brisket courtesy of grillmaster Pete.
"The barbecue turned this one up to 11," remarked Bryan Pravel, who, having now played in 13 club games, all since January, is something of an authority on the Weasels scene.
Could the club now have a third host extraordinaire to rival Messrs. Brown and Burgess?
As for the game, depsite being a house game with a generous 11 hours allotted for play, it ended by draw vote during the Spring 1906 turn in the following center counts:
England (Bryan Pravel): 0; 0.000 points.
France (Pete McNamara): 8; 25.197 points.
Germany (Brian Shelden): 8; 25.197 points.
Italy (Mike Whitty): 3; 3.543 points.
Russia (Ted McClelland): 6; 14.173 points.
Turkey (John Gramila): 0; 0.000 points.
The supply center chart is here. Players, how did it go down? Among other things, I’m sure our readers, not to mention your humble scribe, would like to know how Turkey was shut out in 1901.