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out. From where we sat the last one looked low, and I thought Elliott'd make a kick. He come back to the bench smilin'.
John starts for his position, but stopped and ast the bug what was the matter with that one. Any busher I ever knowed would of said, " It was too low," or " It was outside," or " It was inside." Elliott says :
" Nothin' at all. It was right over the middle."
" Why didn't you bust it, then ? " says John.
" I was afraid I'd kill somebody," says Elliott, and laughed like a big boob.
John was pretty near chokin'.
" What are you laubhin' at ? " he says.
" I was thinkin' of a nickel show I seen in Cincinnati," says the bug.
" Well," says John, so mad he couldn't hardly see, " that show and that laugh'll cost You fifty."
We got beat, and I wouldn't of blamed John if he'd fined him his whole season's pay.
Up 'n the room that night I told him he'd better cut out that lau(,hin' stufF when we was -ettin' trimmed or he never would have no pay day. Then he got confidential.
" Pay day wouldn't do me no good," he says. "`'i'hen I'm all squared up with the club and begin to have a pay day I'll only get a hundred buchs at a time, and I'll owe that to some o' you fellers. I wisht we could win the pennant and get in on that ti'Vorld's Series dough. Then I'd get a bunch at once."
" What would you do with a bunch o' dough?" I ast him.
" Don't tell nobody, sport," he says; " but if I ever get five hundred at once I'm goin' to get married."
" Oh !" I says. "And who's the lucky girl? "
" She's a girl up in Muskegon," says Elliott; " and you're right when you call her lucky."
" You don't like yourself much, do you ?" I says.
" I got reason to like myself," says he. " You'd like yourself, too, if you could hit 'em like me."
" Well," I says, "you didn't show me no hittin' to-day."
" I couldn't hit because I was laughin' too hard," says Elliott. " What was it you was laughin' at? " I says. " I was laughir.' at that pitcher," he says. " He thought he had
somethin' and he didn't have nothin'."
" He had enough to whiff you with," I says.
" He didn't have nothin' !" says he again. " I was afraid if I

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