WHEN asked to contribute an artide descriptive of my work amongst the Marines, my mind at once went back to the days of '17-18 when I first made real acquaintance with these splendid soldiers of the sea. It was hardly a case of "love at first sight" and I was considerably taken back by their attitude. They were then as they are to-day, particularly averse to what is known to many as uplift or welfare work or workers, and the thought of such a thing considerably ruffled their feelings.
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