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n thrown.His▓ father and mother and sisters were resp●ectable and law abiding people▓ of the middle class, but they d●id not seem able[Pg 139] to cope with the pec▓uliar conditions into which he had f●allen.
Now that he is behind the bars he seem●s to realize the danger of his weakness, ●and he speaks of going back home to w?/p>
, pink a
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坥rk among his own people.
After● he was well again they sent hi●m downstairs to work in the machine shop.Wit▓hin two months he was back again in the▓ hospital to be operated on for ano●ther tumor.
What a transform●ation! Instead of the gen
鈥?the rival 鈥?/h6>
tle, well-manner●ed, repentant young sinner, we found a pa▓le-faced young tough, with a sneering grin, wal▓king with stooped shoulders, chin forward, arms ●curved, closed fists, in imita▓tion of gorillas looking for● trouble.
In his speech th●ere was also a grea
te as a