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" Jack," inquired Mrs Leroy sternly, "what were you saying to Mr D'Arcy just now?"
" Nothin', dear," said a meek voice.
"Mr D'Arcy, what was he saying to you?"
Mr D'Arcy took in a reef in The Spectator and replied suavely
" He made use of a sporting expression, dear lady, with regard to your plans for our friend Marrable's future, which I was happily unable to understand."
" Jack," said Mrs Leroy in warning tones, people who put their oar in uninvited get taken out for afternoon calls-in the brougham, with both windows up!"
The Sporting Life was promptly expanded to its full extent, and silence reigned again. Presently Mrs Leroy observed cheerfully
"By the way, Hughie, you are home just in time for a dance-the Hunt Ball."
Hollow groans burst from behind the newspapers.
" Oh, look here!" said Hughie frankly. " I mean not really? "
" Yes: I promised Nina Fludyer to back her up and bring a'bus-load of people. Why don't you 'want to come?"
" Well, for one thing I have only danced twice since I went down from Cambridge. One time was at a Viceregal reception in Caleutta, and the other' was in Montmartre-under less formal

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