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go north with the club

go north with the club
 v.— «Vance will probably go North with the club and if he does it means that infield practice will be well worth watching because his rifle-like arm is the big feature of Syracuse warmups.» —“Skidding the Sport Field with ‘Skid’” Syracuse Herald-Journal (N.Y.) Apr. 6, 1942. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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