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was due to the fact that through sheer hard work and a certain amount of luck he had just managed to win his place in the first boat of his college. Ajax was in it already, having gained his place the previous term. This perhaps, accounted for the way they had been drawn more closely together lately. Their friendship had never seemed to have much chance of ripening at school. In those days Bunny had been captain of 'Rugger;' and of course, was miles superior to his friend, who only had a humble place in the second `fifteen.' But, when they got to Cambridge, things were reversed; and it was Ajax who got a place first in the boat. Bunny was alarmed, then, by this seeming indifference concerning the May Races, because he knew that they were in for a tough time against the other crews. But as they sprawled there, each with his own thoughts, the shadow about them was lengthening. Neither of them saw the tall stranger who had been standing behind the chestnut tree for quite a while, though he had not been near enough to overhear their conversation. Moreover, he did not seem the sort of man who would descend to eavesdropping. He was well dressed in clothes obviously cut by a good tailor; his beard and moustaches were neatly trimmed and became him well; in fact he was of striking appearance in every way.
A keen observer, however, would have at once detected something foreign about him. It may have been his grey beard, trimmed to a neat point in Navy fashion, or his rather too correct appearance; but instinctively one felt that he could not be English. He had been standing near them ever since the young man had gone by in the punt. Had the two young men been watching him, they would have seen that-

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