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Great Teams and the people who love them

May 31st, 2008

“Oh, dry up!” laughed Clint

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“Oh, dry up!” laughed Clint. “The ‘varsity’s having one of its good
days, that’s all, and we’re playing pretty rotten. We have to let them
win once in a while. If we didn’t they might not play with us. There
goes St. Clair in for Still.”

May 31st, 2008

“You was! It pleased you to see Robbins miss the tackle, and you needn’t

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deny it
“You was! It pleased you to see Robbins miss the tackle, and you needn’t
deny it. I’m surprised at you, Clint! Surprised and pained. You should
feel sorry for the poor dub, don’t you know that?”

May 30th, 2008

“Don’t be a fool, Durkin,” begged Clint

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“Don’t be a fool, Durkin,” begged Clint. “You can see it’s a put-up job!
Let me attend to it, won’t you?”

May 29th, 2008

CHAPTER III

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May 27th, 2008

Amy had the service and secured two aces at once, Holt returning twice

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into the net
Amy had the service and secured two aces at once, Holt returning twice
into the net. Then a double fault put the score 30–15. Holt got the
next service and lobbed. Amy ran up and smashed it safe into the further
corner of the court. Again Holt tried lobbing, and this time he got away
with it, for Amy drove the ball out. With the score 40–30, Amy served a
sizzling ball that Holt failed to handle and the games were 5–4. The
boy beside Clint chuckled.

May 26th, 2008

But Penny Durkin suddenly jumped and landed, beating down the other’s

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guard
But Penny Durkin suddenly jumped and landed, beating down the other’s
guard. Dreer staggered back, ducking his head, and Penny shot a long arm
around in a swinging blow that caught the other under his ear and
Dreer’s knees doubled up under him and he sprawled on the threshold
of his room.

May 23rd, 2008

“A pill,” replied Amy, “is–is–well, there are all sorts of pills

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“A pill,” replied Amy, “is–is–well, there are all sorts of pills. A
fellow who toadies to the instructors is a pill. A fellow who is too
lazy to play football or baseball or tennis or anything else and
pretends the doctor won’t let him is a pill. A fellow who has been to
one school and got fired and then goes to another and is always
shooting off his mouth about how much better the first school is is the
worst kind of pill. And that’s the kind Harmon Dreer is. He went to
Claflin for a year and a half and then got into some sort of mess and
was expelled. Then the next Fall he came here. This is his second year
here and he’s still gabbing about how much higher class Claflin is and
how much better they do everything there and–oh, all that sort of rot.
I told him once that if the fellows at Claflin were so much classier
than we are I could understand why they didn’t let him stay there. He
didn’t like it. He doesn’t narrate his sweet, sad story to me any more.
If he ever does I’m likely to forget that I’m a perfect gentleman.”

May 23rd, 2008

CHAPTER XIII

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May 21st, 2008

“Hi, fellows,” he murmured, without, however, decreasing his pace

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“Hi, fellows,” he murmured, without, however, decreasing his pace.

May 21st, 2008

“Two,” replied Penny, smiling

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“Two,” replied Penny, smiling. “We were sorry the cops butted in, for
Williams would have given him a fine licking, I guess. He’s just the
sort of chap Dreer would naturally take up with.”

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