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Monthly Archive for June, 2011

CHAPTER XII. “ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL.” It was Mr. Bradlaugh’s big sixty-horse-power car that was chasing toward Merriwell along the road.  Clancy’s red head was pushed out from under the top, on one side, and Ballard’s on the other.  Mr. Bradlaugh was driving, and beside him was a hatched-faced man in rough clothing—evidently a […]

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CHAPTER XI. RACING AWAY FROM THE BAR Z. Frank had seen disappointed and angry men try to start a disturbance at ball games before. But his experience with that phase of the question had mostly been confined to the East, where the riotous crowds were sprinkled liberally with blue coats and nickel-plated stars. Always those […]

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CHAPTER X. WON IN THE NINTH. Barzy Blunt, confident that the result of that game would show him to be a better man than Merriwell, was chaffing with his admirers both on and off the diamond. His conceit was immense, and it was paraded in his actions no less than in his talk. “Hold ‘em […]

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CHAPTER IX. TIED—AND UNTIED. Now came a time, in that baseball game of Mavericks versus Rustlers, when the goose egg put itself in pronounced evidence. In the second inning Bill Overton, third baseman; Terence Tyrone, short, and a Mexican puncher named Gonzales, who played in the left meadows, came up and went down with a […]

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