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Last updated 3/2/2021 at 10:45am
100 years ago
March 3, 1921
DON’T BE A HUSTLER
Many a man acquires a reputation as a “hustler” on account of a habit of poorly organized physical activity, says Fred Kelly in The Nation’s business. People usually assume, too, that the hustler is bound to make a big success. The truth is that the avearge hustler, who merely darts about like a cricket on a hot stove, doesn’t amount to much. I recall a letter carrier in my native town whom everybody regarded as a live wire. He never walked except on the verge of a run. He hustled so much with his legs inst...