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no fun doin' nothin' but harmonizin', and if Mike goes, I won't even have that.'
" ` I and you and Lefty can harmonize,' I says.
" ` It'd be swell stuff harmonizin' without no tenor,' says Art. ` It'd be like swingin' without no bat.'
" Well, he ast me did I think the club'd carry Alike through another season, and I told him they'd already carried him a year without him .bein' no good to them, and I figured if he didn't show somethin' his first time out, they'd ask for waivers. Art kept broodin' and broodin' about it till they wasn't hardly no livin' with him. If he ast me onct lie ast me a thousand times if I didn't think they might maybe hold onto Mike another season on account of all he'd did for 'em. I kept tellin' him I didn't think so; but that didn't satisfy him and he finally went to Ryan and ast him point blank.
" ` Are you goin' to keep McCann ?' Art ast him.
" ` If he's goin' to do us any good, I am,' says Ryan. " If he ain't, he'll have to look for another job.'

" After that, all through the trainin' trip, he was right on Mike's heels.
" ` How does the old souper feel? ' he'd ask him. " ` Great ! ' Mike'd say.
" Then Art'd watch him warm up, to see if he had anything on the ball.
" ` He's comin' fine,' he'd tell me. 'His curve broke to-day just as good as I ever seen it.'
" But that didn't fool me, or it didn't fool Mike neither. He could throw about four hooks and then he was through. And he could of hit you in the head with his fast one and you d of thought you had a rash.
" One night, just before the season opened up, we was singin' on
the train, and when we got through, Mike says :
" ` Well, boys, you better be lookin' for another C'ruso.' "`What are you tall.in' about?' says Art.
" ` I'm talkin' about myself,' says Mike. ` I'll be up there in Minneapolis this summer, pitchin' onct a week and swappin' stories about the Civil War with Joe Cantillon.'
" ` You're crazy,' says Art. 'Your arm's as good as I ever seen it.'
" ` Then,' says Mike, 'you must of been playin' blindfolded all

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