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THE STRANGER

ment. What on earth could have happened to him to affect him like this?
They both felt instinctively that something was wrong.
" We haven't the slightest idea who he is," Ajax said very quietly, on his guard.
The stranger glared at them for a moment, as he fought to regain control of himself. It was almost as though some outside force had overwhelmed him in its power, and he had been unable to resist it. It was either that ; or he had some terrible reason for hating the young man in the punt ! The spasm, however, was only momentary ; and it passed off so quickly that the two friends really began to believe they had imagined it all.
" I only asked you, because I would have liked him to come with you when you come to see me," the stranger said softly. "He is very like some one I knew in my own country."
His voice was soft and controlled again, but his heart still burned with intense hatred. The Future had been sealed! . .. Tragedy and Death had taken their cue. ... They were all to meet again . . . !
" Well, au revoir," he said politely. "I will not forget to speak to the Dean."
It was only after he had got out of sight that they remembered he had not even asked their names !
" He's a queer sort of beggar," gasped Bunny, when he realised this.
" I don't quite know whether I like him or not," said Ajax.
" He knew a jolly lot about Cambridge," went on Bunny. "Do you think he was pulling my leg?"
" I shouldn't be a bit surprised if he was," smiled Ajax. "But, I am wondering how will he find out our names to tell the Dean? "

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