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mind. And it so happened that he nearly caused a second accident to the two men in the big car who had knocked down Parsons earlier in the afternoon. They were rounding a corner slowly, on their way back from the hospital ; and their nerves were not anything like so steady as they could have wished them to be. The `accident' had been a much closer shave from death than they had intended-and Manslaughter would have meant complications and enquiries which would have caused a deal of interference with their schemes. So when Bunny came heedlessly dashing along, heading blindly for their headlamps, the younger man, who was driving now, had to do some quick manoeuvring with the steering wheel. As a result he was forced to drive on to the pavement to avoid Bunny, then come back on to the road again with a nasty jagging bump. Of course, Bunny pulled up and turned back to apologize. He had certainly had a very near squeak from being knocked down. The man at the wheel was quite excited. They heard him shouting furiously at them in a language that the two boys could not make out at all. When he saw Bunny by the side of the car he made a quick movement with his right hand to the back of his hip, whilst his eyes flashed with wild fury. Whatever he had intended to do however, was prevented by the elder man gripping his wrist firmly, at the same time trying to hide the movement by lifting his hat with his free hand. But Ajax noticed it, and quickly pulled Bunny back (he explained afterwards that he thought a knife was coming out).
Owing to the embarrassment caused by this sudden display of temper, and the reaction which followed, the whole affair ended in confusion ; and without any more words the two boys cycled off to college, leaving

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