Johnny Robinson – Lewis Bend out here, that's the old stomping grounds down at Lewis' Bend. We had a ball club down in there and we'd go down there and play ball. Make a diamond, front of the house out anywhere we had an openin'. We get an old cotton sack we'd throw to the side. We'd cut the good part out of it and make bases out of them. Get cotton and stuff 'em up you know with rags; anything we could get to make 'em look like a base. Make our baseball bat out of live oak. Cut 'em, take knives, haul 'em up and make 'em like a baseball bat. Couldn't buy balls so we had to make sock balls, or we get some cloth and roll 'em up and wrap 'em up and twist 'em up and tack 'em. We made our gloves; made 'em out of cow hides. That's what we played ball with.