V welll now n u I*l r tells this story. H( 'td-siip m i smill village lately, ind on tlm loc it hiltboliday he went to the wlhsv cutlet dub play on the t rccn \ltuwiul !( discussed the « ateh with the eaptim venturing upon i few well into ldtd ciitnisms._ Lheio wis one nnn playing for you to di hj 'tid win wasn't of much tie I edit think ih\ you have him m th tean> at "11 ihe uplim nodded "I know whom on nie-n be uc 1 Jones, the man who wi nt in libt \c tints the. mm," replied tbe oth i \\ n\ no ■you play 'him? He tin t lit hi i ii t bowl, and he, missed i<- 1° ( iui c \ < akhe ." Ihi t How will hj .vr. bim in the tt irn nil th npram Win' I lie so popular?" asked the c iti C n ii i clai lie 1 the captain. The iellows hate him liko poison. But hi-> t n e si till <m th prettiest girls in tin wlli 0 i ml 'b v always tome to w itib (he nitth when ho plays!''
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CRICKET SECRET., Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
CRICKET SECRET. Evening Star, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915
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