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THE MAY RACES

said Veronica at last. "Don't you like them, Carl?" she asked in an effort to get him out of his shell. He had been much more enthusiastic on the last occasion they had been alone!
" Of course, I do," was the brief reply. He seemed so preoccupied that she could not help feeling there was something wrong.
Why was he so nervous, she asked herself? Several times he had looked suddenly around as though he were expecting to find someone behind him. He seemed absolutely afraid. She wondered what he could possibly fear? Once she surprised a look of abject terror in his eyes. There was no doubt in her mind that Carl had changed, he was by no means his old cheery self. Veronica, who knew nothing of his recent behaviour, determined to have this out with Bunny. If there were a cause they must find out what that cause was ! Little, did she know what frantic fear was eating into the soul of her companion....
Bunny, just at this precise moment, had no thoughts either for her or Carl or anyone else. The time had come for them to seek their boat at the 'P. and E.' (as they called the Pike and Eel). A handful of enthusiasts was there to see them off ; but the main bulk of their supporters had gone up to the station at the start. They knew that everything depended on the crew getting away quickly when the gun went off. If they did not bump their boat in the first thirty strokes they would have to settle down to a very hard race. So the crowd went ahead to prepare the way, and get ready to yell encouragement from the tow-path when the gun went off. Bunny looked appealingly at his friend once or twice as the time grew shorter; after all, it was his first big race! But Ajax wore such a calm and serene look that he was almost aggressive in

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