A most unselfish player was Mr. Hill. He was slow, but sure,
and if ever a man showed an example in the field by at once passing on the ball when necessary, and never opening
his mouth from kick-of to time call, it was he. One of the prominent figures all through quite a decade of seasons
for his old club, Mr. Hill rendered the Rangers valuable service, and never failed to turn up when he was wanted.
In the final Association Challenge Cup match with the Vale of Leven, played shortly before the one I am touching
upon, and which ended in a tie, some splendid passing was witnessed between him and Mr. Wm. Dunlop, who, by the
way, could not play in the Charity event in consequence of an injury sustained a week before.
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