Many of his plays, including milk train, are based on characters that originated in his short stories.
When milk train first stopped in New York in 1963, the critics jeered.
Somebody go over to the station and find out if the milk train is on time.
Mr. Jenson, who is engineer on that milk train, was mighty nice.
A brakeman on the milk train had heard the farmers laugh at him, and felt at liberty to poke fun at him.
Here they were put on the "milk train," which took them to the city.
The sky was growing rosy now, and he could hear the rumbling of the milk train.
Frequently a milk train was the only means of reaching our destination, and, alas!
Local police believe that the man was killed some time after midnight, possibly by the San Francisco milk train.
But then he would be an hour over his leave in getting back to camp late to-night on a milk train.