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THE JOY OF BATTLE

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By this time they had reached the spot where their racing-shell-sixty-two feet of flimsy cedar wood-was lying waiting for them. The rest of the crew, already assembled, were standing about in the attitudes of profound dejection or forced hilarity which appear to be the only alternatives of deportment open to men who are suffering from what is expressively termed "the needle." Some were whistling, others were yawning, and all were wondering why on earth men took up rowing as a pastime.
Hughie gathered his Argonauts into a knot, and at his request the Reverend Montague D'Arcy outlined to them the plan of campaign. Then the crew embarked, and the stout clergyman assisted the grizzled College boatman-the only person present, by the way, whose nerves appeared unaffected by the prevailing tension-to push their craft clear of the bank, and set them going on a half-minute dash as a preliminary to their long paddle down the course to the starting-point of the race.
In accordance with a picturesque but peculiar custom they wore in their straw hats bunches of marigolds and corn-flowers-the College coloursas an intimation that they had achieved bumps during the preceding nights ; and so bedecked they paddled majestically down the Long Reach, feeling extremely valorous and looking slightly

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