Thirty six ""assordid"" stories very definitely for men. All fields-- war, business, sports, red light district, bars, crooked net-ups and straight, a few-- very few with a sentimental turn journalistic. ""It's a man's world"" and not too wholesome of pleasant a one. Hart fisted, tough, straight from the shoulder stories, and some mighty good ones too. But not for the conservatives nor the squeamish. Sinclair Lewis, Vard Fisher, Irvin S. Cobb, John O'Hara, T. S. Stribling, John Steinbeck, Jerome Weidman, Benjamin Appel, John Wexley, Albert Maitz and so on. Companion volume to the author's earlier collection, Stories for Men.