HARRY MORGAN-WINTER wearing a striped fisherman's shirt and khaki shorts came in with a very pretty girl who wore a thin, white wool sweater and dark blue slacks. 'If it isn't Richard Gordon/ said Laughton, standing up, 'with the lovely Miss Helen.' 'Hello, Laughton,' said Richard Gordon. 'Did you see anything of a rummy professor around here?* 'He just went out,5 said Freddy. 'Do you want a vermouth, sweetheart?' Richard Gordon asked his wife. 'If you do/ she said. Then said, 'Hello,' to the two Laughtons. 'Make mine two parts of French to one Italian, Freddy.5 She sat on a high stool "with her legs tucked under her and looked out at the street. Freddy looked at her admiringly. He thought she was the prettiest stranger in Key West that winter. Prettier even than the famous beautiful Mrs. Bradley. Mrs. Bradley was getting a little big. This girl had a lovely Irish face, dark hair that curled almost to her shoulders and smooth clear skin. Freddy looked at her brown hand holding the glass. 'How's the work?3 Laughton asked Richard Gordon. *Fm going all right,5 Gordon said. 'How are you doing?5 'James won't work,' Mrs. Laughton said. 'He just drinks,' 'Say, who is this Professor MacWalsey?' Laughton asked.