All night long he had been telling Claude about the mountains. He had been impressed by Claude's deep voice, and had been wondering whether this was the young man who had been constantly coming to school with the crowd of Carlsbad students. He had felt sure in his own mind that it was, though he had doubted whether this young fellow from the mountains would speak to him at all. He was a stranger, and he was of the kind of people who made him uneasy. He was a quiet young fellow, with a fine, kind face, and his manner was gentle and courteous. But it was rather hard to make friends with him, because he never seemed to be enjoying anything. He had a way of looking out of the corners of his eyes, with a sort of weary look, that Bayliss liked no more than he did the way everybody else looked at him.
He was a big, hulking boy, and his father had been a professional wrestler in the States, where Bayliss had lived with him for a year and a half. And his mother, at the time Bayliss wrote that letter to his sister, was living there, too. For the year after Bayliss had left home they had lost sight of him, and then, in the summer of his senior year, he had mailed his letter to his mother. She was living with her parents in a mining town near Denver, Colorado, and her father had bad health; and it was the year when all men who would submit to discipline quit school. After that Bayliss had been able to find work in a logging camp, and he had got through high school and college by reading in the evenings. He had always taken to the mountains, when he could escape the work he hated. He was doing well at the State University, and in his senior year he had won a medal for excellence in English composition. He hoped one day to get a teaching position and teach English. He had a great desire to do all those things.
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