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February 25th, 2009

“My name’s Thayer and his is Byrd

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“My name’s Thayer and his is Byrd. We go to Brimfield Academy.”

February 25th, 2009

Amy groaned

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Amy groaned. “There you go! That’s the sort of stuff I’ll have to listen
to from now on. I hope to goodness you choke on a prune! That’s about
all you’ll get there; prunes and boiled rice. I’m not sure about the
rice, either, at the second’s table. I think the second simply has
prunes. Boiled prunes for breakfast, roast prunes for dinner and dried
prunes for supper. I–I shall expect to notice a wonderful imprunement
in you very soon, Clint.”

February 24th, 2009

“I fancy not

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“I fancy not. Have you met him since?”

February 22nd, 2009

“I’ll tell you

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“I’ll tell you.” Mr. Detweiler looked hurriedly at his watch. “I
happened to hear from Mr. Daley yesterday that your friend Durkin had
got in trouble. You knew that?”

February 21st, 2009

“You talk like a blooming idiot! Why, don’t you know that the second

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team is nothing on earth but the ‘goat’ for the ‘varsity?”

February 19th, 2009

The Thacher game was not especially interesting

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The Thacher game was not especially interesting. Thacher faced Brimfield
with a light team, and, unable to gain consistently through the line,
reverted to kicking. This gave the visiting backs some good practice in
the handling of punts but gained the home team little advantage.
Brimfield rolled up twenty-six points in four ten-minute periods and was
scored on but once when, in the third quarter, Thacher managed a
brilliant field-goal from the enemy’s thirty-three yards.

February 16th, 2009

The bag couldn’t be found, however, and Amy bore away his prize without

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it
The bag couldn’t be found, however, and Amy bore away his prize without
it. They paused at a neighbouring court to watch for a moment a
white-clad quartette of boys who were battling for the doubles
championship. “Semi-final round,” explained Amy. “The winners meet
Scannel and Boynton tomorrow. It’ll be a good match. What’s the
score, Hal?”

February 12th, 2009

“What will you do then?” asked Clint

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“What will you do then?” asked Clint.

February 11th, 2009

“We think,” interrupted Clint, “that they were the men who robbed the

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jewelry store and that they were burying the things they had stolen
“We think,” interrupted Clint, “that they were the men who robbed the
jewelry store and that they were burying the things they had stolen.”

February 7th, 2009

“It can’t be done, Beaufort,” he answered

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“It can’t be done, Beaufort,” he answered. “I’m not fighting today. You
come around the day after school closes in the Spring and I’ll talk
with you.”

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