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THE STRANGER

plunge. "We have three lots of races on the river each year : firstly the 'Crock Eights'-which are rowed at the end of the first term amongst ourselves, in our own colleges. These serve to weed out the sheep from the goats amongst the ` Freshers.' Then we have the `Lents,' at the end of the second term; and lastly the 'Mays,' which are rowed early in Junewhy they call them the `Mays' I can't say."
His enthusiasm prevented him from noticing the manner of the stranger for whose benefit he was going into all these details; and Ajax was far too amused at Bunny to observe him either. But it was clear that the foreigner was ill at ease. Whilst appearing to give Bunny polite attention, his eyes were ever straying anxiously to the river. Could they have known what his motive was for keeping them there talking to him, it would have given them both something to think about.
" But which are the races you row against other colleges? " he asked, as Bunny paused-he simply had to keep them there !
" Oh ! Sorry-I meant to explain! " cried Bunny. "The 'Lents' and 'Mays,' of course. They take four days to row off, and are bumping races ; not like the `Crocks' which are rowed from stations."
He stopped breathlessly, as he realised he had let himself in for a description of 'Bumping Races.' But it all served the purpose of the stranger whose attention was still apparently concentrated on what he was saying ; though his eyes seldom left the bend of the river for more than a few seconds. If Ajax had been more observant he would have wondered at his agitation ; for his hands betrayed his excitement by the way they worked so ceaselessly on his knees, as he clenched and unclenched his fists.

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