HARRY MORGAN-WINTER 'Oh, he had a beautiful face/ the wife said. "Like a Tartar or something. I wish he hadn't been insulting. He looked kind of like Jenghiz Khan in the face. Gee, he was big,' 'He had only one arm/ her husband said. 'I didn't notice,' the wife said. 'Should we have another drink? I wonder who'll come in next!* 'Maybe Tamerlane/ the husband said, 'Gee, you're educated/ the wife said. 'But that Jenghiz Khan one would do me. Why did the Professor like to hear me say nerts?5 'I don't know, dear/ Laughton, the writer, said. 'I never did.' 'He seemed to like me for what I really am/ the wife said. 'My, he was nice.' 'You'll probably see him again.' 'Any time you come in here you'll see Am/ Freddy said. 'He lives in here. He's been here for two weeks now.' 'Who's the other one who speaks so rude?' 'Him? Oh, he's a fellow from around here.9 'What does he do?' 'Oh, a little of everything/ Freddy told her. 'He's a fisherman.' 'How did he lose his arm?' 'I don't know. He got it hurt some way.' 'Gee, he's beautiful/ the wife said. Freddy laughed. 'I heard him called a lot of things but I never heard him called that/ 'Don't you think he has a beautiful face?'