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WINGLESS VICTORY

to where the quiet countryside waited for us and the sound dwindled.
" As we strolled along he remarked, `You are surprised at that being a place of research-of course, you only saw half of it.' I thought he was going to say something about my not being a trained observer, but he reassured my vanity by adding, `I didn't take you into the other side for fear of disturbing the workers themselves.' `Where were they?' I asked.
" `In behind those little doors through which you saw the testees passing in and out. You see, first of all, as we know that the organism is a single unit, our work is done not merely on parts of the living creature, but on it as a whole. Furthermore, while we do find out a certain amount when we nurse and heal the old and the injured, naturally, we find out much more if we work on the fit and the young. We study the arch of life from two sides, where it rises and where it declines:
" `But,' I asked, `do you have to keep them so noisily amused while they are waiting for their physical examination?' His third eyelid shot across his eye. `No,' he answered, and one could almost hear the smile in his voice. `No, you did really see part of the experiment, not merely the waiting place. We want to study life, he said, not merely when it is up against check, conflict, and defeat. If we are really to know it, we must know it at its highest. So, you see, we have the youngest and freshest in the first two courts and, in the third, those at the peak of their strength.'
" `But what were they doing, weren't they amusing themselves?' I asked.

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