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be no good or she would not of let him do it. When you think how young he was and the carreer he might of had why it certainly seems like he sold his soul pretty cheap.
That is what Mr Thomas had to say or at lease part of it as I cant remember a% of all he said but any way this P. D1. I cadded for Mrs Thomas and Mrs Doane and that is all they talked about to, and Mrs Thomas talked along the same lines like her husband and said she had always thought Crane was to smart a young man to pull a thing like that and ruin his whole future.
He was geting $4000 a yr said Mrs Thomas and everybody liked him and said he was bound to get ahead so that is what makes it such a silly thing for him to of done, sell his soul for $8000 and a pretty face.
Yes indeed said Mrs Doane.
Well all the time I was listening to Mr Thomas and Mr Blake and Mrs Thomas and Mrs Doane why I was thinking about something which I wanted to say to them but it would of ment me looseing my job so I kept it to myself but I sprung it on my pal Joe Bean on the way home tonight.
Joe I said what do these people mean when they talk about Crane selling his soul?
Why you know what they mean said Joe, they mean that a person that does something dishonest for a bunch of money or a gal or any kind of a reward why the person that does it is selling his soul.
All right I said and it dont make no differents does it if the reward is big or little?
Why no said Joe only the bigger it is the less of a sucker the person is that goes after it.
Well I said here is Mr Thomas who is vice president of a big bank and worth a bbl of money and it is just a few days ago when he lied about his golf score in order so as he would win 9 golf balls instead of a % a dozen.
Sure said Joe.
And how about his wife Mrs Thomas I said, who plays for 2 bits a hole and when her ball dont lie good why she picks it up and pretends to look at it to see if it is hers and then puts it back in a good lie where she can sock it.
And how about my friend Mrs Doane thatt made me move her ball out of a rut to help her beat Miss Rennie out of a party dress. Well said Joe what of it?
Well I said it seems to me like these people have got a lot of nerve to pan Mr Crane and call him a sucker for doing what he done, it seems to me like $8000 and a swell dame is a pretty fair reward

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compared with what some of these other people sells their soul for, and I would like to tell them about it.
Well said Joe go ahead and tell them but maybe they will tell you something right back.
What will they tell me?
Well said Joe they might tell you this, that when Mr Thomas asks you how many shots he has had and you say 4 when you know he has had 5, why you are selling your soul for a $1.00 tip. And when you move Mrs Doanes ball out of a rut and give it a good lie; what are you selling your soul for? Just a smile.
O keep your mouth shut I said to him.
I am going to said Joe and would advice you to do the same.

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