Drilateral eyebrows was pale with the blaze of his energy, and his
chipmunk eyes seemed to flame with a dynamic vehemence that caused those
on whom they fell to jump as though they had been touched with a hot
poker. I had heard more of Dickey Darrell since my last visit, and was
glad of the chance to observe Morrison & Daly's best "driver" at work.
The jam seemed on the very edge of breaking. After half an hour's
strained expectation it seemed still on the very edge of breaking. So I
sat down on a stump. Then for the first time I noticed another
acquaintance, handling his peavie near the very person of the rear boss.
"Hullo," said I to myself, "that's funny. I wonder