We don't known how many muffinisms the Olympics made, but the score wasn't in their favor.
|Cincinnati Daily Gazette - August 31, 1869|
Prizes by Peck and Snyder, including a huge pretzel to a player for excellence in "muffinism."
|New York Herald - April 25, 1869|
Alleged muffinisms, the call for a "dead" ball, and explanations as to what "muffs" aren't.
|Cincinnati Daily Gazette - August 11, 1869|
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