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CHAPTER IV
STOLEN LETTERS

WHILST Destiny (aided by several unscrupulous people) was weaving her threads about Prince Carl's life this afternoon, Bunny and Ajax were down at the river. They spent several hours "at their college boathouse, taking their turn in ` tubbirig ' and being ` tubbed.' This ` tubbing' process consisted of going out in a two-oared boat, and being told all one's faults and mistakes by the coach. After this they went out for an hour in the `eight.' By the time they finished, and had a shower, they began to feel the call for tea! So they hastily donned their clothes, and made for the `grind,' by which they were ferried over the river to the 'common' beyond.
" You looked very smart as you came in, gentlemen," volunteered the man turning the handle which wound the chain of the ferry. Perse was a favoured friend of keen oarsmen ; very little happened on the river that he did not know. He weighed up the form of practically every man who rowed past Trinity boathouse ; and his advice was eagerly sought-after by young members of the crew. Bunny was no exception.
" I say, Perse," he said anxiously, "did I`lie out' of the boat at all? I felt a bit like it."
" No! I don't think so, sir," was the answer of the expert. "Your 'swing' seemed all right. But your hands were just a bit too heavy coming forward. Still," he added as he saw the disappointed look on

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