Old Heck and Skinny

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  • Old Heck and Skinny surprised the women with their knowledge of cooking. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • The week that followed was heaven and hell, mixed together, for Old Heck and Skinny. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • He answered, pointing as he did to Old Heck and Skinny leaning silently against the side of their car. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • As they turned up the street Old Heck and Skinny heard Dorsey and the crowd inside join in the merriment. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Old Heck and Skinny helped with the trunks and then withdrew to the bunk-house. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • She and Ophelia went into the hotel and Old Heck and Skinny drove the car over to the stock-yards where the cattle were being loaded. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Old Heck and Skinny heard the commotion and went out to where Parker and the cowboys were unsaddling their horses. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Ophelia and Carolyn June stepped out on the porch with Old Heck and Skinny. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Old Heck and Skinny darted around the corner as the tempest pulled and tugged at the buildings of the Quarter Circle KT. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Old Heck and Skinny unhitched Old Tom and Baldy while the Chinese cook chattered information about Parker, the cowboys and the round-up. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Old Heck and Skinny had left Ophelia and Carolyn June at the Occidental Hotel, where a room was reserved by Old Heck for the use of the two women during the Rodeo. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • As the cook and her daughter by their very homeliness had appalled and overwhelmed them, these two, Ophelia and Carolyn June, by their exactly opposite appearance stunned Old Heck and Skinny and rendered them speechless with embarrassment. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • It was on this trip, while Ophelia and Carolyn June were in the Golden Rule doing some shopping, that Old Heck and Skinny strolled into the Elite Amusement Parlor. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • At the instant Parker and the cowboys filed into the kitchen from the rear, Ophelia and Carolyn June, followed by Old Heck and Skinny Rawlins, both looking sheepish and somewhat ashamed, stepped into the room from the front. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • The Mexican did a fancy roping stunt in front of the grandstand and finished his exhibition directly before the Clagstone "Six" in which Carolyn June, Ophelia, Old Heck and Skinny were sitting. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Two minutes later the cloud of dust trailed a rakish, trim-lined, high-powered, purring Clagstone "Six" to a stop in front of the Occidental Hotel and Old Heck and Skinny Rawlins climbed glumly and stiffly from the front seat, after the thirty-minute, twenty-mile run from the Quarter Circle KT. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman
  • Concealed by the freight sheds Carolyn June Dixon and Ophelia Cobb had stepped from the Pullman at the rear of the train, unseen by Old Heck and Skinny. Cited from The Ramblin' Kid, by Earl Wayland Bowman