In 1981 I captained the New York State Beavers chess teams that had over 30 members. The following interesting battle was between C. E. Morrison of the Ohio team versus R. Reithel playing for the Beavers on board 1. My brother hated algebraic notation and always used ED. As you know, I advocated knowing ED notation because many books are recorded in English Descriptive notation. Also, Bobby Fischer used it.
White: C. E. Morrison vs Black: R. Reithel Opening: Ruy Lopez The Archangel Defence
1. P-K4 P-K4 2. N-KB3 N-QB3 3. B-N5 P-QR3 4. B-R4 N-B3 5. O-O P-QN4 6. B-N3 B-N2 7. N-N5 P-Q4 8. PxP N-Q5 9. R-K1 B-Q3
10. N-KB3 NxB 11. NxP O-O 12. RPxN NxP 13. P-Q4 R-K1 14. N-KB3 RxRch 15. NxR Q-R5 16. N-KB3 Q-R4 17. P-KR3 R-K1 18. B-K3 NxB
19. PxN RxP 20. N(1)-Q2 Q-N3 21. P-B4 Q-Q6 22. P-B5 B-B5 23. P-QN4 K-B1 24. R-R3 Q-K7 25. Q-KB1 BxN 26. NxB QxP 27. RxP R-K7
28. R-R5 P-N3 29. R-R1 RxPch 30. QxR QxRch 31. Q-B1 B-K6ch 32. K-N2 Q-N7ch 33. K-N3 P-B4 34. N-K1 QxQP 35. N-Q3 P-B5ch
36. K-B3 Q-Q4ch 37. Resigns. If 37. K-K2 then P-N4 etc.
You can refer my articles pertaining to the history of notation.
By now you should be familiar with chess play so try annotating the game and adding up the square count for both sides every 4-5 moves. Good practice.