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opponent's flank with characteristic readiness, "whatever it was, it wasn't very particular about clothes. Hughie, your get-up is perfectly tragic If you are going to be my keeper you will have to begin by dressing decently. I don't know who your tailor is, but-Che-e-erub ! "
" What ho!" came from the croquet-lawn.
" Come here, at once."
Cherub obediently put down his mallet and approached. Having arrived, he halted and stood to attention.
" Cherub," commanded Miss Gaymer, " turn round and round till I tell you to stop, and let Mr Marrable see your clothes."
Much flattered, Cherub rotated serenely on his axis for the benefit of the untutored Marrable, while Miss Gaymer ran over his points.
" Must I have a waist? " inquired Hughic meekly.
" Yes-if you've got one," replied Joan, surveying her guardian's amorphous -shooting-jacket doubtfully.
" And purple socks?"
" Green will do, old man," remarked the maranequin unexpectedly.
" Cherub, keep quiet!" said the coutumiere. "You have absolutely nothing whatever to recommend you but your clothes, so don't spoil it by babbling. There, Hughie ! That is the sort, of thing. You must go up to town next week and order some. Run away, Cherub ! Now, another thing, Hughie. Look at your hands. They're

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