In 1907 the Hewes, Iredell and Johnston homesteads were still standing.
He whizzed one over that Iredell swung at savagely and missed.
Larry set himself for the ball, while Iredell ran over to cover the bag for a double play.
Iredell threw down his bat in chagrin and retired to the bench.
There was just one piece of the machinery, however, that was not working smoothly, and that was Iredell.
He kept on to third, where Iredell was on the coaching line.
Mr. Iredell declined, and Edward B. Hubley was appointed474 to fill his place.
Come outside, Iredell, he said, I want to have a word with you.
Iredell was robbed of a hit by a great jumping catch of OConnor, who speared the ball with his gloved hand.
I dont seem to please you these days, no matter what I do, said Iredell sullenly.