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THE MAY RACES

ness for it to come back. They pressed down to the river's edge as the time grew near, and joined the rest of the occupants of the paddock in a general and undignified `scrum.' The Prince had very little real interest in the race, but he had a very great interest in Veronica. He was glad now that he had not let his sense of caution and danger prevent him from taking this big risk. For it had been a risk. Though no one knew it, every moment was an eternity of anxiety. Yet the magnetism of this girl was working wonders. It held him enthralled in its grip. He had already even begun to forget the Fate that was hanging over his head-he had actually begun to enjoy himself ! But it was not to last for long ...! The great crash of the starting cannon reached them....
" Here they are!" cried Veronica a few seconds later, as the first boat appeared in sight. The noise now was growing nearer and nearer till it became deafening. As the boats drew closer, each new enthusiast increased the pandemonium as he joined in! Veronica could see Bunny's boat now, and even Bunny himself ! He was rowing splendidly. But it was not Bunny who took her attention. Another slim strong form was there-next to her brother ; and a maidenly heart beat with a very disturbing flutter as she watched him there, using to its utmost the magnificent mechanism of muscular manhood. She was so fascinated that she did not notice her companion. All the blood had suddenly drained from his face. He had felt a hand pressed on his own, only a few moments before, and a piece of paper was forced into his fist. When at last he summoned up courage and turned round with a terrified look, he could not distinguish who had done this extraordinary thing, but he glanced at the paper.
To his horror he saw a sinister message-written in the

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