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"Don't be such an owl!" laughed Ajax practically. "By the way," he went on, in apparent unconcern, "is Veronica coming up this term?" He had been burning to ask this very important question for some time, but had not dared.
" Yes I think so," answered Bunny slowly. "Why?" Veronica was his sister.
" Oh, nothing," answered Ajax casually. "I just wondered if she would be up for May Week, that's all."
" That's arranged," said Bunny. "Aunt Maud is coming with her, and their rooms are booked at the "Varsity Arms' already."
" Your aunt is a great sport," said Ajax, apparently apropos of nothing at all.
But Bunny knew what he was driving at.
" You mean that she will let you flirt ad lib. with Veronica? " he said. " Well, you needn't worry! Father has other plans in his mind for her."
He loved teasing his friend about this love affair with his sister ; though he hardly knew how to treat it. He was well aware that his aunt, who dearly loved a romance, would do all she could to further the wishes of Ajax. Lady Maud, his father's sister, had married the Earl of Walkington when she was the `catch of the season' ; and was very popular with all the young people. Bunny was rather jealous of the interest Ajax showed in his sister; besides, with the May races so near, he considered that his friend should be thinking more of 'Bumping Races' than of making love ! He considered this infatuation all `Tommy Rot!'
Bunny was voted a`very decent sort of chap' by his peers of the 'Varsity; and that (remembering the taciturnity of the average undergraduate in such matters) was the highest praise, and meant that he was a thoroughly good fellow. His anxiety over the `Mays'

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