By Foster Hirsch
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Oh brother," Sonny groaned. "Five miles on a hot day like this. I hate this jerk stuff. . " They exchanged the usual comments about the co-eds. Yale gathered that Sonny was enrolled in Midhaven College for much the same reason as he. Sonny had been a big man in a small suburban high school just outside of Boston. Unfortunately, he had become so involved in being assistant manager of the high school football, track and baseball teams, that his marks had suffered. To the dismay of his father, who had arduously saved the money from his earnings as an insurance salesman, it was discovered that, academically, Sonny was not prepared to go to Princeton.
Since you can't, or won't, make any effort, all I want from you is the assurance that you won't foul up my plans. " In the bright June sunlight Dean Tracy found Pat's intense, staring eyes somewhat uncomfortable. "You may be sure, Mr. " He watched Pat walk away and shrugged his shoulders. Teachers today were expected to be parents, he thought. It was nice to have a whipping boy to punish for your own deficiencies. The real trouble with Yale Marratt was Pat Marratt. Some rich men's sons became drunkards.
A Portrait of the Artist: The Plays of Tennessee Williams by Foster Hirsch