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A CHANGE OF ATMOSPHERE

"If you want excitement and suspense," replied the inexorable Mrs Leroy, "dance the Lancers with Lady Fludyer-fifteen stone of imperfectly balanced blancmange !"
" And just a spice of risk--"
" Risk? My dear boy, try the Ball Committee's champagne ! "
Captain Leroy, defeated at all points, once more subsided ; but D'Arcy took up the argument.
" Joking apart, Mrs Leroy," he said, "it's a4 awful thing to be a supernumerary man at a' dance in the country. You crawl in at the tail of your party, and shake hands with the governess, under the impression that she is your hostess, You are introduced to a girl, and book a dance, You don't catch her name, so you write down ` Red hair and bird of paradise' on your programme and leave her. Of course you know nobod,y ; so, after booking a few more wallflowers, you still find a good deal of time at your disposal. You can always tell a male wallflower. Women can usually brazen it out : they put on an air which implies that they have refused countless offers, and are sitting on a hard bench becaus
they like it."
" They can't deceive the other women, though, said Mrs Leroy.
" Still," agreed Hughie, -they impose on, men all right. But. as D'Arcy says, a male wallflower is hopeless. He looks miserable, and either manes in a corner like a new boy at school, or else reads

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