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The Rover Boys at College

The Right Road and the Wrong

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Author: Edward Stratemeyer (Arthur M. Winfield)
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 55,437 / 164 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 93.4
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Rover Boys
Downloads: 996
mnybks.net#: 7786
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't go back far enough--hadn't time. This happened only a few minutes ago."

"You can't expect me to stop in a hundred feet," growled the engineer. As a matter of fact he had not stopped in many times that distance.

"Well, I did what I could," grumbled the freight conductor.

By making inquiries the Rover boys learned that the freight train had jumped a frog at a switch and part of the cars were on one track and part on another. Two trucks were broken, and nobody could tell how long it would take to clear the track upon which the express stood.

"May be an hour, but more likely it will be six or eight," said one of the brakemen to Tom. "This section of the road is the worst managed of the lot."

"And how far is it to Ashton?" asked Dick.

"About twelve miles by the railroad."

"Then walking is out of the question," came from Sam. "I shouldn't mind hoofing it if it was two or three."

"The railroad has to run around the hill yonder," went on the train hand. "If you go up the tracks for a quarte

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