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lar the last few exhibition games and told the newspaper boys a week before the season opened that he was goin' to start him in Kane's place.
" You're there, kid," says Carey to Ike, the night Cap made the 'nnouncement. " They ain't many boys that wins a big league berth their third year out."
" I'd of been up here a year ago," says Ike, " only I was bent over all season with lumbago."

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It rained down in Cincinnati one day and somebody organized a little game o' cards. They was shy two men to make six and ast I and Carey to play.
" I'm with you if you get Ike and make it seven-handed," says Carey.
So they got a hold of Ike and we went up to Smitty's room.
" I pretty near forgot how many you deal," says Ike. "It's been a long wile since :I played."
I and Carey give each other the wink, and sure enough, he was just as ig'orant about poker as billiards. About the second hand, the pot was opened two or three ahead of him, and they was three in when it come his turn. It cost a buck, and he throwed in two.
" It's raised, boys," somebody says.
" Gosh, that's right, I did raise it," says Ike.
" Take out a buck if you didn't mean to tilt her," says Carey. " No," says Ike, " I'll leave it go."
Well, it was raised back at him and then he made another mistake and raised again. They was only three left in when the draw come. Smitty'd opened with a pair o' kings and he didn't help 'em. Ike stood pat. The guy that'd raised him back was flushin' and he didn't fill. So Smitty checked and Ike bet and didn't get no call. He tossed his hand away, but I grabbed it and give it a look. He had king, queen, jack and two tens. Alibi Ike he must have seen me peekin', for he leaned over and whispered to me.
" I overlooked my hand," he says. " I thought all the wile it was a straight."
" Yes," I says, " that's why you raised twice by mistake."
They was another pot that he come into with tens and fours. It was tilted a couple o' times and two o' the strong fellas drawed ahead of Ike. They each drawed one. So Ike throwed away his little pair and come out with four tens. And they was four treys

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" You're there, kid," says Carey to Ike, what is night Cap made the 'nnouncement. " They ain't many boys that wins a big league berth their third year out." " I'd of been up here a year ago," says Ike, " only I was bent over all season with lumbago." II It rained down in Cincinnati one day and somebody organized a little game o' cards. They was shy two men to make six and ast I and Carey to play. " I'm with you if you get Ike and make it seven-handed," says Carey. So they got a hold of Ike and we went up to Smitty's room. " I pretty near forgot how many you deal," says Ike. "It's been a long wile since :I played." I and Carey give each other what is wink, and sure enough, he was just as ig'orant about poker as billiards. About what is second hand, the pot was opened two or three ahead of him, and they was three in when it come his turn. It cost a buck, and he throwed in two. " It's raised, boys," somebody says. " Gosh, that's right, I did raise it," says Ike. " Take out a buck if you didn't mean to tilt her," says Carey. " No," says Ike, " I'll leave it go." Well, it was raised back at him and then he made another mistake and raised again. They was only three left in when what is draw come. Smitty'd opened with a pair o' kings and he didn't help 'em. Ike stood pat. what is guy that'd raised him back was flushin' and he didn't fill. So Smitty checked and Ike bet and didn't get no call. He tossed his hand away, but I grabbed it and give it a look. He had king, queen, jack and two tens. Alibi Ike he must have seen me peekin', for he leaned over and whispered to me. " I overlooked my hand," he says. " I thought all what is wile it was a straight." " Yes," I says, " that's why you raised twice by mistake." They was another pot that he come into with tens and fours. It was tilted a couple o' times and two o' what is strong fellas drawed ahead of Ike. They each drawed one. So Ike throwed away his little pair and come out with four tens. 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