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THE MAY RACES

his superiority. There was great satisfaction, however, in working up savage resentment against such a parade of experience as Ajax was making; and, for the time being, Bunny's thoughts were turned into channels of revenge. He got gingerly into his place when he heard the little cox yell out to `six' and `three' to get into their seats ; but it was not till he heard the call for 'stroke and bow' that he realised they were actually on the first stage of the last lap ! Soon he was wriggling the button of his oar through the stringed rigger. Somehow or other it refused to slip through with its accustomed ease, as on other days. He felt uncomfortable-as though all the men on the bank were laughing at his amateurish efforts! And there sat Ajax!-calmly listening to the boatman who was giving him a few last hints-Oh ! it was infuriating !
" Where's that rasp?" came a cry from somewhere up in the bows ; and Bunny realised that he was shaving the handle of his oar with the wretched thing and was making it rough all in one place. A laugh came from somewhere, and he thought it sounded like Ajax. Would they never get away, he asked himself in agony?
" I'll keep your sweaters here, gentlemen," came from their boatman.
At last they were pushed out from the bank and set off at a smart 'paddle.'
All too soon, however, they arrived safely at their appointed position ; and turned the boat around before disembarking to wait for the 'three minute gun.' Then they got out to stretch their legs ... and wait !
" For Heaven's sake, cox, don't mix up the bung with the rudder strings," said the coach, giving to the steersman of the craft the only suitable bit of advice

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