Published April 3, 1965
"Not you, Charlie."
One bum to another as they stand next to a bank reading a sign that says 'You have a friend at The Chase Manhattan Bank.'
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William Hamilton is a California native and a Yale graduate, and now lives in Kentucky's horse country. His work first appeared in The New Yorker in 1965. He is the author of several cartoon collections, four plays, and three novels.