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Treat 'em Rough

Ring Lardner

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .e will dig a trench system in my chest with a stilleto and on the other side of me they's a bird that the minute the lord says Fire he will make me look like a soup strainer. It don't hardly seem like its worth while to be strick about looks when sooner or later they are bound to muss me and my bed both up.

Your pal, Jack.

Camp Grant, Oct. 3.

FRIEND AL: Well old pal I just got some good news and this it is Al. Next Saturday they are going to let some of the boys go home on leave and I asked Corporal Daly to fix it up for me to go and he says he didn't know if he could or not because most of the ones that's going is men that has been here a mo. or more but on acct. of me haveing been with the White Sox they fixed it so as I could go and the world serious opens up in Chi Saturday and I won't get away from here till Saturday noon so I can't get there for the first game but I will see the Sunday game a. . . Read More

Community Reviews

A book with a one-sided dialog of a neurotic and self-delusional athlete, now functioning as a soldier whose main function is to serve as the butt of jokes is certainly what you’d expect from Rind Lardner Sr. But what you might not expect is for Lardner to reduce the focus on humor to create a more