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Page 101 - Put chairs, stools and other obstructions on top of or under benches to clear the passageway. "Form line promptly with front of column facing the usual egress aisle and obey word of command from Floor Captain.
Page 101 - Don't run. Don't lag behind, breaking up columns. Don't scream or make unnecessary noise. Don't laugh or talk. Don't cause confusion. Don't remain in toilet or dressing room. Don't return for your clothing. Don't try to use elevators. Don't attempt to leave place in line until you return to the building. Don't attempt to leave building except in accordance with exit drill regulations.
Page 87 - The men had to have a lunch in the middle of the morning, and again in the middle of the afternoon.
Page 103 - A simile is doubtless good or bad according to the use to which it is put, but this one seems especially unfortunate as a starting point for constructive analysis.
Page 101 - ... breaking up columns. Don't scream or make unnecessary noise. Don't laugh or talk. Don't cause confusion. Don't remain in toilet or dressing rooms Don't return for your clothing. Don't try to use elevators. Don't attempt to leave place in line until you return to the building. Don't attempt to leave building except in accordance with fire drill regulations. Don't fail to assist in carrying out instructions.
Page xi - THE new spirit pervading workers will make it less easy for those not possessing the qualities of human sympathy and statesmanship to handle workers successfully. Hence, there will be larger opportunities and larger rewards for those who demonstrate their fitness to get along well with men. "In the olden days, a foreman or a superintendent or a manager who could not get along well with a worker simply 'fired'• him, and nobody raised any question.
Page 101 - Stop machines. Shut off gas and other open flames. Close doors and windows opening upon or under fire escapes.
Page 101 - At the command to march, march in an orderly manner from the building, two abreast as instructed, not crowding upon the couple in front, and following the aisle leaders.