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The clip below, of Mayall hamming it up when he realises a punter is filming him at a charity auction, is a classic.
A modest salary, and the Heisman-worthy running back should make the same as the pine-riding second-string punter.
Fox, an expert punter, took on the task of getting the boat across, although his bad hands suffered somewhat in the process.13 Days|John Alan Lyde Caunter
Gadsden, youll remember, was our long punter and wed mapped out a kicking game.Left Half Harmon|Ralph Henry Barbour
Farview had a punter that could do fifty yards easily, and a wind would 218 lengthen his kicks frightfully.The Turner Twins|Ralph Henry Barbour
All these events took place long after Punter's portrait, though several others were done latterly.Terribly Intimate Portraits|Nol Coward
The punter who spends the night at a dance loses his one chance of making a goal.The Call of the Twentieth Century|David Starr Jordan