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THE STRANGER

asked. " I must know that, of course, if I am to see your Dean." ('Then he isn't a friend of the Dean,' thought Bunny!)
" Trinity," said Ajax, unsuspectingly. "These are my school colours you see on my scarf."
" How stupid of me," said the other. "Neither of course, are they 'Cats'-St. Catharine's I should say."
" You certainly seem to know a lot about Cambridge," commented Bunny drily. He was beginning to experience a recurrence of his first distrust of the man.
" Ah, yes, mes amis," was the answer. "I once knew someone who spent three very happy years at your University ; and he told me a great deal about the life here."
His unemotional voice seemed strangely full of regret as he spoke ; and they looked at him in astonishment. His face had changed once again. The mask had lifted for just the briefest of moments-to reveal a`Better Self' which still struggled for ascendency! Then, just as suddenly, it was stifled once more beneath the veneer that intrigue and rapacity had forced upon this stranger's life. It was almost uncanny to see it ; and it rather frightened the boys. They were fascinated! There was a weird uncanny look in his eyes. . . .
All at once the spell was broken !
Around the corner came the young man in the punt ; and they saw the stranger's eyes light up with a cruel fire.
" Who is that man," he demanded fiercely. "Tell me quickly! Do you know him? " He reached out and grasped Bunny's shoulder in a grip of iron.
Bunny shook the hand from his shoulder and stepped back resentfully, looking at him in frank amaze-

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