Well, said Hughie, this is fine all right, boys. We did win, didn't we! And it's very kind of you to try to give me all the credit, but if it hadn't been for the other ten fellows on the team, I guess I couldn't have done very much, and anyway it took eleven pretty good men to beat that team from Jefferson. Then, turning to Johnny Everson he said, Gee, I wish the snow would melt. I'd like to find out what kind of new fellows we have who can play baseball. And that was just like Hughie. Here it was winter, with snow on the ground, and a month or two, of cold weather still in sight. He had hardly got rested from the football campaign, and now he was wishing it was time to get out the bats, balls, and masks! It gets me, said Delvin to Gibbie over in one corner, how that old boy hustles and is thinking about all kinds of things all the time, but I guess that's the way to win out.