He wasn't in the least conceited about his playing, not even when Jerrold stood beside him and looked on and said, "Clever Col-Col. Isn't he a wonderful kid?
"Some day," he said, "Col-Col will be a perfect nuisance.
Col is quite the Juvenis qui gaudet canibus.
Young Col was now our leader.
Col is but a barren place.
Then, as Col was a sportsman, and had powder on board, I figured that we might be blown up.