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April 10th, 2008

“You bet I will!” murmured Clint to himself, as he turned toward the

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gymnasium
“You bet I will!” murmured Clint to himself, as he turned toward the
gymnasium. “I’ll show Cupples that he can’t come through me, the
big guy!”

April 8th, 2008

“Let–me–see–it!” commanded Amy sternly

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“Let–me–see–it!” commanded Amy sternly. “Well, I’d say you did whack
it! Stretch out there and I’ll rub it. Oh, shut up! I’ve rubbed more
knees than–than a centipede ever saw! Besides, it won’t do to have you
laid up, Clint, old scout. Think of what it would mean to the second
team–and the school–and the nation! I shudder to contemplate it. That
where it is? I thought so from your facial contortions. Lie still, can’t
you? How do you suppose I can–rub if–you–twist like–that?”

April 7th, 2008

There was a studied effort on the part of the players to keep away from

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the subject of football that morning
There was a studied effort on the part of the players to keep away from
the subject of football that morning. Many of the fellows looked nervous
and drawn, and said little. Others were, or appeared to be, in high
spirits, and laughed a good deal and rather stridently, and talked
loudly of all kinds of things–except football. Jack Innes was even more
quiet than usual and almost jumped out of his chair when a boy at the
next table dropped a knife on the floor.

April 6th, 2008

“About midnight, I guess

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“About midnight, I guess.” Clint drew out his watch, but he couldn’t
even discern the outline of it. “A fellow’s a fool to go without
matches,” he muttered disgustedly.

April 5th, 2008

“Well, I wouldn’t let there be any next time if I were you

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“Well, I wouldn’t let there be any next time if I were you. To be frank,
Thayer, Robey doesn’t like fellows to cut. If you do it much he’s
awfully likely to tell you to–ah–stay away altogether!”

April 5th, 2008

“We are indeed!” assented Amy with enthusiasm

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“We are indeed!” assented Amy with enthusiasm. “I suppose that the time
will come, perhaps twenty or thirty years from now, when we’ll be able
to look back on this night’s jolly adventures and appreciate all the fun
we’re having, but just now–” Amy’s voice trailed off into silence.

April 3rd, 2008

“Oh, the proud day!” he declaimed, striking an attitude

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“Oh, the proud day!” he declaimed, striking an attitude. “Wounded on the
field of battle! Glory! Triumph! Pans! My word, old top, but I
certainly am proud to be the chum of such a hero! I’m so sot-up I could
scream for joy. Football’s a wonderful pastime, isn’t it?”

April 2nd, 2008

“He said in the Spring he didn’t think he could,” explained Jack, “but

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you couldn’t keep him away if you tried, I guess
“He said in the Spring he didn’t think he could,” explained Jack, “but
you couldn’t keep him away if you tried, I guess. You second team
fellows will know what hustling means when he takes hold of
you, Thayer.”

April 1st, 2008

“And what about the chap whose violin he broke?”

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