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January 24th, 2009

Six minutes still remained of that final quarter, however, and the

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Maroon-and-Grey took courage again
Six minutes still remained of that final quarter, however, and the
Maroon-and-Grey took courage again. When the teams lined up once more
Still was at left half, Trow at right tackle and Thursby had taken Jack
Innes’s place. Claflin played desperately then and, almost before
Brimfield realised it, had reached the middle of the field. Trow was
weak and several gains were made past him. Thursby, too, had not found
his pace. Claflin succeeded with a short forward-pass and twice made
five-and six-yard gains around the Brimfield right end. But at the
fifty-yard line the Blue’s Advance was halted and Claflin was forced to
punt. The kick was short and high and went out near the
Maroon-and-Grey’s thirty-yard line. Carmine hurled Freer at the centre
for four, the same player slid off left tackle for three more and
Carmine himself made it first down on a wide end-run. Once more
Brimfield took up its journey toward the distant goal line.

January 21st, 2009

“Can’t, I tell you! I’ll be late! Besides, there’s nothing to settle

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“Can’t, I tell you! I’ll be late! Besides, there’s nothing to settle. I
know what I’m talking about. And if Thayer doesn’t believe it all he’s
got to do is to look in the Claflin catalogue. I’ve got one in my room
he can see any time he wants to.”

January 19th, 2009

“Naw! Saw where they’d cut a chunk out of the window and gone in

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“Naw! Saw where they’d cut a chunk out of the window and gone in. Where
you fellows been all morning?”

January 18th, 2009

“Bet you anything you like we could have gone straight through for that

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touchdown
“Bet you anything you like we could have gone straight through for that
touchdown.” said Still. “We had the ball on their four yards and it was
only third down. Harris or Kendall could have torn that four yards
off easily.”

January 16th, 2009

Some twenty minutes later they were headed in a big seven-seating

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automobile toward the scene of the boys’ early morning adventure
Some twenty minutes later they were headed in a big seven-seating
automobile toward the scene of the boys’ early morning adventure. On the
front seat with the chauffeur sat Chief Carey and in the tonneau were
Clint and Amy and two policemen, one of them the officer who had taken
them to the station. At their feet were two brand-new spades.

January 15th, 2009

Penny had so far said nothing, but, although there was a gravely amused

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smile on his thin face, his eyes held a dangerous sparkle
Penny had so far said nothing, but, although there was a gravely amused
smile on his thin face, his eyes held a dangerous sparkle.

January 14th, 2009

“That’s the ticket, feller! Run him out and get him! Third down, second!

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Stop ‘em now!”

January 12th, 2009

Penny viewed him in surprise

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Penny viewed him in surprise. “Hurt it! Why, it spoils it! It’ll never
have the same tone, Thayer. It–it’s just worthless now! I was
pretty”–there was a catch in Penny’s voice–fond of this old feller.”

January 11th, 2009

“Why don’t you deny it, then?”

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January 3rd, 2009

As there was not another car until a quarter to five, they set out to

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kill time by viewing the town
As there was not another car until a quarter to five, they set out to
kill time by viewing the town. Thacher was not a very large place and,
after wandering up one side of the main street and down the other,
looking in all the windows, and leisurely partaking of college-ices at
the principal drug store, there was still ten minutes left to be
disposed of. At the moment of making the discovery they were a block
from the square from which the trolley car trundled away to Wharton, and
they could have covered the distance in something like ten seconds from
a standing start. In spite of this, however, they never got that car!

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