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Great Teams and the people who love them » He was an odd-looking fellow, tall and thin, with a lean face from which

Great Teams and the people who love them

October 16th, 2007

He was an odd-looking fellow, tall and thin, with a lean face from which

Posted by mike in unknown teams

a pair of pale and near-sighted eyes peered forth from behind
rubber-rimmed spectacles
He was an odd-looking fellow, tall and thin, with a lean face from which
a pair of pale and near-sighted eyes peered forth from behind
rubber-rimmed spectacles. His hair was almost black and was always in
need of trimming, and his garments–he seldom wore trousers, coat and
vest that matched–always seemed about to fall off him. Clint’s first
glimpse of Penny came one afternoon. The door of Number 13 was open as
Clint returned to his room after football practice and lugubrious
sounds issued forth. It was very near the supper hour and Penny’s room
was lighted only by the rays of the sinking sun. Against the window
Clint saw him in silhouette, his hair wildly ruffled, his violin under
his chin, his bow scraping slowly back and forth as he leaned
near-sightedly over the sheet of music spread on the rack before him.
The strains that issued from the instrument were awful, but there was
something fine in the player’s absorption and obvious content, and what
had started out as a laugh of amusement changed to a sympathetic smile
as Clint tiptoed on to his own door.

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