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George was the first guy in his crowd to have the new shirts with the collar pins, which were coming back into vogue, and buck shoes. His head was cocked on a long swan neck, there was a magnetism in his scamp eyes. By the time he entered college from Jesuit-run St. Ignatius High School on a basketball scholarship, the war was over and San Francisco was waking up to its own transformation, which was as profound if not as dramatic as the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake and fire. Nearly two hundred thousand new residents of a rainbow of hues and polyglot dialects had doubled the population, making vast demands upon the goodwill of the city and its housing, transportation, sanitation, and schools.
Policemen ran to and fro with the diligence of blueclad ants. Falzon pushed the accelerator. Neither he nor Norman spoke. Both men knew their jobs. There was nothing to say. As he drove, more images flickered through Falzon’s mind: shoveling the ball to Dan as he cut across from shortstop, pivoted, and threw out a runner at first base to complete a double play; Dan, bitterly describing the deceitfulness of the other supervisors; a lazy afternoon in the playground where they had both hung out as boys, Falzon sprawled on the warm, worn grass with a hardroll sandwich in his hand.
He was a pure actor, not that he conned a role so much as he followed his instincts. In the springtime of Camelot, George had the right church, the right spirit, and even the right teeth, prominent when he smiled like the President’s, with narrow gaps between them. He was animated by the game of politics. But nobody expected him to win. George lost, but he ran stronger in the district than any Democrat in memory. That made him a player. In 1963 he ran again, this time for a seat on the Board of Supervisors.