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were rather startled by his sudden appearance, and, for no reason at all, Bunny suddenly took a strong dislike to him. To make things more difficult for the man who had formed a certain resolve, he took no pains to hide it.
" You never can be sure of these foreign blighters," he confided later to Ajax by way of explanation.
By this time the stranger had prepared his line of approach. With a smile he politely raised his hat.
" Pardon, Messieurs," he said, with just the slightest foreign accent. " I am a visitor to your delightful old University. I hope you will excuse my being so unconventional as to address you ; but I could not help just catching a snatch of your conversation just now." ,;;~Bunny gazed at him in undisguised amazement. Here he was, not only butting into their privacy, but actually admitting that he had listened to what they had been saying. It was astounding ! Did the blighter think they were `Townees,' or what? He was just about to ask him what the devil he wanted when he was completely disarmed.
" You mentioned `Mays' just now," the stranger said.
And I wondered if you would explain the word to me. I am anxious to learn all I can about this charming place, now that I have come to live near here." He knew the meaning of 'psychology'! He had found Bunny's weak spot all right ; and Bunny responded with enthusiasm. Little did he know that he was but;a dupe in the hands of this man who was playing for time.
" Why of course, sir," he replied politely, fortunately missing the twinkle of mirth in the eyes of his friend. Ajax was thrilled at the thought of what this was going to cause in the way of `leg pulling' before long!
" You see its like this," began Bunny, taking the

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