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ROYSTON AND A DISCOVERY

"Sorry! Forgive my silly memory," Bunny burst out. " I was thinking of someone else for a momentthat was your Gyp, Ajax, of course. Stupid of me to get mixed up like that."
" By the way, Parsons," Ajax broke in, "What was the name of the man who knocked you down?"
They were already prepared for the answer and it was not so difficult to avoid looking surprised this time. But the information they were now given was alarming enough !
" Someone called Michaelis," came the reply. "A foreign chap with a black beard. There was a young man in the car, too. I just caught sight of them for a moment. I thought it was my master in the brief second before I was knocked down, then I remembered no more."
Ivan ! Of course, it was Ivan ! Ivan, who was so like Carl except for the moustache ! They could hardly wait to get outside and ask each other what it all meant.
They said good-bye as soon as they could, and left the old man happy ; but they did some deep thinking when they left.
" Thank goodness Johnnie Royston is coming down to-night," said Bunny later. "I've just had a wire."

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