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717 > Page 717 of Plays / by Clyde Fitch ; edited, with an introd., by Montrose J. Moses and Virginia Gerson. (vol. 2)

THE CLIMBERS all-the reaction-I'm worn out and I've changed my mind - WARDEN. How do you mean STERLING. I'm going away for good-that's the best I can do; I want you to forgive me - could ycu What do you say Forgive me for every- thing! For the sake of the old schoolboy days - WARDEN. When are you going STERLING. To-day. Will you say good-by to me and wish me well on my journey WARDEN. [Speaks without sympathy.] You can count on me always to help you in any way I can. You can still retrieve a good deal if you're strong enough. STERLING. I know what a beastly friend I've been, and yesterday was more than any man would stand, but forgive that, too, will you I've always been a bad lotI 717