Welty was such a character, and the two of them are hyper-literate.
He borrowed money, made himself very agreeable to Welty, and also got himself introduced to the football player.
"Won't you go tonight; we will pay the way," insisted the persuasive Welty.
Welty and Bate had been there before, so they needed no formal reception to cause them to make themselves at home.
"You are a poor inveigler," said Welty to Monroe, facetiously.
Now Barry cherished a deep-rooted grudge against Welty, all the more dangerous because Welty was unaware of it.
"There's going to be a strike on all the papers," replied Welty.
Welty had been taken in the night before, his bruises had been anointed, and he had been provisioned for the journey.
"An extra levy has been made on the red-lighters," replied Welty.
With this Welty expired, almost, over his good feelings that his promotion brought over him.