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CHAPTER XI
THE LETTERS AGAIN

THE day after the ball, the three friends travelled back to Cambridge together. Carl's palidness had quite left him by now. He seemed his own cheery self again ; though once or twice during the journey he appeared to be just a little preoccupied. Ajax was still sulking like a bear with a sore head, and they were inclined to leave him to recover of his own free will. Poor Ajax! The pangs of jealousy had him down for the count this time ! They were rather surprised that the Baron did not meet them at the station ; but a smart chauffeur was there with a car and a note for Carl explaining how he had been delayed.
" That's very thoughtful of the old boy," laughed Carl. "Well, cheero !-see you to-morrow," he added as he got into the car and the man carefully shut the door. ("Almost too carefully," was the thought that struck Bunny.)
Their plans for an early meeting were doomed to be knocked on the head ; for the next day the Trinity crews went into training, and our two friends were plunged into the midst of routine. With serious training, serious rowing began too; and a paddle up to Clayhythe and back was their first effort on the day following their return from London. The outing was a tough proposition for Bunny and Ajax after dancing so late the night before, and their poor efforts nearly let them down. It made it all the more necessary far them to stick in hard if they were to keep their places

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