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I do not give advice for DIY repairs or conversions or valuations of any kind over the telephone or by email.Please bring the telephone to my shop for assessment, but always call me first before bringing it in.overhear strangers’ intimate phone conversations while commuting to work on public transit, or when relaxing in a park.Wireless telephone devices also give us the luxury of seeking out a quiet space where no one can listen in on a private phone call, or taking calls on the move.The Knickerbocker Rules required fielders to tag or force the runner, as is done today, and avoided a lot of the arguments and fistfights that resulted from the earlier practice.Writing the rules didn't help the Knickerbockers in the first known competitive game between two clubs under the new rules, played at Elysian Fields in Hoboken, New Jersey on June 19, 1846.The club members, led by Alexander Cartwright, formulated the "Knickerbocker Rules", which in large part deal with organizational matters but which also lay out rules for playing the game.
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Unfamiliar with the new conditions, many workers felt as if their privacy was being infringed upon.
“Today, it’s not a big deal if your coworker heard you talking to another customer,” says John Jenkins, co-founder and president of the Spark Museum of Electrical Invention in Bellingham, Washington “But back then, phones were so different and new.
The self-styled "New York Nine" humbled the Knickerbockers by a score of 23 to 1.
Nevertheless, the Knickerbocker Rules were rapidly adopted by teams in the New York area and their version of baseball became known as the "New York Game" (as opposed to the "Massachusetts Game", played by clubs in the Boston area).