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Hughie, " I should like to have a look round the ballroom before I tie myself down in any jva,y, But I'll bear your application in mind."
Miss Joan Gaymer turned and regarded her coin. panion with unfeigned astonishment. He was still sprawling, but his indolent pose of lazy contentment was gone, and for a moment challenge peeped out of his steely eyes. She rose deliberately from the grass, and walked with great stateliness back to the croquet-lawn.
Hughie sat on, feeling slightly breathless. He!, had just realised that he possessed a temper.
Presently Mrs Leroy completed a sequence o five hoops and retired, fohowed by the apph.us of an incompetent partner, to the copper-beech.
She sat down opposite Hughie, and surveyed hi expectantly.
" Well, Hughie ? " she said.
" Well, Mildred ? "
" Well, Hughie ? "
" I think," said Hughie, answering the unspoke question, "that she wants-slapping ! "
Mildred Leroy nodded her head sagely.
" Ah !" she remarked. " I thought you woul say that. Well, I hope you'll do it."

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