The horsehide went up in a graceful curve, and then sailed far out toward right field.
And take it he did, freezing to the horsehide with a grip like grim death.
“Oh, but wait until you do that when horsehide sees you,” went on Jimmie.
He leaped into the air, and with his bare hand caught the horsehide.
Tom fingered the horsehide, glanced critically at the hat, which hung on a stick out of the window, and then drew back his arm.
Out straightened his muscles and the horsehide left his hand swiftly.
Even heavy gum coats and horsehide boots were hardly proof against it.
If he'd been the devil in a horsehide he couldn't have chosen a better moment.
Joe nodded his head to show that he understood, and the next moment the horsehide went speeding toward the plate.
Away sailed the horsehide—up and away, far over the head of the centre fielder, who raced madly after it.
A baseball (1895+ Baseball)