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TWO FISHERMEN Michael is in essence a good man He essentially is trying to find Smitty because he wants an interview for the town newspaper Michael finds Smitty down at the pier and offers to take him in a rowboat to the middle of the lake When they get there Michael says to Smitty Do you know this Thomas Delaney that is dying in the morning but Smitty doesnt want to talk about it At this point Michael is feeling kind of bad because he brought the subject up in the first place A little later they start getting more friendly and have a few swigs of the alcohol that Smitty is carrying on him and Michael starts to have a genuine good time They also both make a toast to Happy days When they are done fishing though Michael makes up an excuse so he doesnt have to walk into town with Smitty His excuse is Ill probably talk to Smollet a while Smitty asks if Michael wants to go fishing again tomorrow before the execution and Michael says that he might come but if he does not that Smitty should go on without him The next day Michael goes straight to the jail to get all possible information He wanted to avoid Smitty so he does not even make an effort to go down to the lake At this point he starts feeling bad again because he did not go and see Smitty in the morning but then Smitty comes walking out of the place of the hanging and he greets Michael There are two reporters from the city that are walking with Smitty and they look at Michael and give him a sort of inward sneer Michael feels a bit embarrassed by Smittys casual greeting after such an event Smitty says I thought Id see you here cheerily as if he had just come back from lunch Then Smitty hands him
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