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He took a comb and pulled his hair forward over his eyes. Every picture of him in existence showed him as a man with a luxurious growth of black, lustrous hair, brushed right back over his head and fluffed out at the temples. It was a smooth, black mass running in a single sweep from his broad forehead to the back of his head.
With a few quick strokes he gave himself a side parting and let the hair hang forward a little. A few seconds' work with a pair of scissors and he had taken off the fluffy hair-at the temples.
He stood back and studied the effect. It certainly altered him to a remarkable extent. By no stretch of imagination could he say he looked familiar even to himself. It was a different face he was looking at. It seemed to have altered the whole shape of his head.
He crept downstairs. The liftman was not yet on duty, and he passed his little office in safety. Half way along the vestibule a typist entered. Dain

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