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He smiled under the glasses. They were killing time, trying to hide nervousness by playing at being busy. He understood, remembering. In the glasses he could see the red and gray ticket hanging from a coat button on each man's front: their passes to the sideline, to the Warriors' bench. The glasses made them look closer together than they really were, as if they were afraid. "You'd better be, Charlie," he said. Then he smiled a little. He watched them look at the ground and scuff at it and try to think of things to say.

Now the coaches were all young and had charm so they could go out and recruit the boys in the first place, and they had squads so big that they had to suit out three teams and maybe an extra punter and an extra place-kicker and that was all; everybody else sat in the stands in street clothes. His mouth was a straight line beneath the glasses. At one o'clock people began to come into the stadium. He watched them through the binoculars: colorfully-dressed people-the early ones, the real fans-not filing as yet from the aisle openings in the upper deck across the way, but sauntering, pausing in small groups on the concrete stairs to talk and shout and enjoy themselves.

At one o'clock people began to come into the stadium. He watched them through the binoculars: colorfully-dressed people-the early ones, the real fans-not filing as yet from the aisle openings in the upper deck across the way, but sauntering, pausing in small groups on the concrete stairs to talk and shout and enjoy themselves. He could hear the women now and then from across the field. Charlie and Benjie and Ace walked out on the field from the ramp and he saw them and put the glasses on them. They walked out to the fifty-yard line and scuffed at the turf with their shoes as if they were testing it.

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