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Great Teams and the people who love them

August 31st, 2006

The trainer chuckled, and at that instant the cheering rose to a new

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height of intensity
The trainer chuckled, and at that instant the cheering rose to a new
height of intensity.

August 31st, 2006

“Oh,” said Clint

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“Oh,” said Clint. “And how about quarters?”

August 31st, 2006

“Bet you we don’t! Bet you the sodas for the crowd!”

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August 31st, 2006

“Go on

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“Go on. Ill try to stand it.”

August 30th, 2006

“Well, he was twisting young Melville’s arm and the kid was yelling

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and–”

August 30th, 2006

“I reckon,” said Clint, propping his shoulders against a convenient

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surface of the ledge, “this is the place we were looking for
“I reckon,” said Clint, propping his shoulders against a convenient
surface of the ledge, “this is the place we were looking for. Now, bring
on your Nature and we’ll commune.”

August 30th, 2006

“Do you suppose–” began Clint

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“Do you suppose–” began Clint. But Amy hissed him to silence.

August 29th, 2006

“Neither am I,” said Amy, with a chuckle

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“Neither am I,” said Amy, with a chuckle. “I hope he misses ‘em all and
bites his tongue!”

August 29th, 2006

“Ainsmith and Kenney,” replied Clint unhesitatingly

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“Ainsmith and Kenney,” replied Clint unhesitatingly.

August 28th, 2006

Then Clint had a chance to prove himself on the defence, and prove

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himself he did on the second play
Then Clint had a chance to prove himself on the defence, and prove
himself he did on the second play. The renowned Terrill, striving to
draw Clint out from his guard, suddenly found himself nicely fooled, and
Clint, swinging through inside, smeared the play well behind the Claflin
line. There was a vast feeling of satisfaction when his arms wrapped
themselves around the legs of that blue-stockinged left half and held
like a vise. The fact that a vengeful Claflin forward dropped his
hundred-and-seventy pounds on Clint’s neck didn’t matter a mite!

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