• He was not at all abashed by his position.  He knew these people
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    "Well, we prefer experienced men, of course," said the man.  He
    paused, while Hurstwood smiled indifferently.  Then he added:
    "Still, I guess you can learn.  What is your name?"

    "Wheeler," said Hurstwood.

    The man wrote an order on a small card cheap oakleys.  "Take that to our
    barns," he said, "and give it to the foreman.  He'll show you
    what to do."

    Hurstwood went down and out.  He walked straight away in the
    direction indicated, while the policemen looked after.

    "There's another wants to try it," said Officer Kiely to Officer

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    Chapter XLI


    The barn at which Hurstwood applied was exceedingly short-handed,
    and was being operated practically by three men as directors.
    There were a lot of green hands around--queer, hungry-looking
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    They tried to be lively and willing, but there was an air of
    hang-dog diffidence about the place.

    Hurstwood went back through the barns and out into a large,
    enclosed lot, where were a series of tracks and loops.  A half-
    dozen cars were there, manned by instructors, each with a pupil
    at the lever.  More pupils were waiting at one of the rear doors
    of the barn.