From the October 1949 magazine.

What of the Last Half?

. . .and practice these principles in all our affairs.

FRANK stormed out of his client's office snarling, "That stupid, stubborn so-and-so. . ." and slammed the door viciously behind him. The jarring impact of the banging door instantly acted as a red signal. Hastily he reopened the door and said to the little man, scowling and scrambling papers on his desk, "Pardon me for slamming the door."

The man glared vacantly, Frank nodded and passed quietly out into the hall and on his way. The dispute that had been raging for three hours had not been settled. An important business relationship teetered in the balance. But Frank got back to his office without a drink.

-- R.G.M.

New York, New York

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