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: You kind of let me down on that San Antonio job. Jimmy Dugan
: I, uh, yeh, I, uh... I freely admit, sir, I had no right to... sell off the team's equipment like that; that won't happen again. Walter Harvey
: Let me be blunt. Are you still a fall-down drunk? Jimmy Dugan
: Well, that is blunt. Ahem. No sir, I've, uh, quit drinking. Walter Harvey
: You've seen the error of your ways. Jimmy Dugan
: No, I just can't afford it.
] Walter Harvey
: It's funny to you. Your drinking is funny. You're a young man, Jimmy: you still could be playing, if you just would've laid off the booze. Jimmy Dugan
: Well, it's not exactly like that... I hurt my knee. Walter Harvey
: You fell out of a hotel. That's how you hurt it. Jimmy Dugan
: Well, there was a fire. Walter Harvey
: Which you started, which I had to pay for. Jimmy Dugan
: Well, now, I was going to send you a thank-you card, Mr. Harvey, but I wasn't allowed anything sharp to write with.
: This is what it's going to be like in the factories, too, I suppose, isn't it? "The men are back, Rosie, turn in your rivets." We told them it was their patriotic duty to get out of the kitchen and go to work; and now, when the men come back, we'll send them back to the kitchen. Walter Harvey
: What should we do - send the boys returning from WAR back to the kitchen?
: You go out, wave your cap, give the people a thrill. Jimmy Dugan
: Why don't you get an organ grinder, I could do a little dance. Walter Harvey
: If your knees are up for it, go ahead.