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Bunny's face, "you've made wonderful progress this term already."
" That's fine," cried Bunny. "My holiday must have done me good."
" You've got a tough job on, sir," continued Perse. "We are expecting you to win your oars this time."
" Yes! But four bumps take a lot of getting," said Ajax.
" Oh ! You'll be all right, sir, if you get off quick at the start," was the assurance. " Pemmer will be on your tail, of course; and don't forget their stroke is reckoned quite the best oarsman they've had since Middlemoss' time. They went by just now, whilst you were in the boathouse."
" They're hot stuff all right," answered Bunny. "But `Coach' says they can't keep together. Anyhow, we are going all-out for the 'Hall.' They're in front of us, you know."
" Yes! if you can get Trinity Hall before `First Post Corner' you'll be all right. But it won't be so easy."
" We know that," said the two sportsmen.
" Well, good luck to you, gentlemen," cried Perse in farewell.
They were standing on the bows of the flat bottomed boat which ferried to and fro from their boathouse : and when it bumped the cement wall on the opposite bank they leaped off, grasping their cycles firmly. In a moment or so they had shouted ` Cheero' to Perse, and were pedalling for Trinity and tea as hard as they could go. It was fast getting late, and all the way along Bunny was turning over in his mind the events of the afternoon. His thoughts were full of `body swing' and `getting the hands away,' and all the other things the `Coach' had deeved into his

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