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He was no more sober than the crowd above which he now towered--a wild crowd, uncouthly garmented, every foot moccasined or muc-lucked[3], with mittens dangling from necks and with furry ear-flaps raised so that they took on the seeming of the winged helmets of the Norsemen.
He experienced a momentary pang of shame that he should walk so uncouthly.
No, the season's end has been sounded uncouthly by the return of the football season, which memory tells me did not start so early in years past.