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THE ENQUIRY BEGINS

think they found anything suspicious. He may have got in before ten."
" Then he must have stayed in the college all night," said Royston.
In Cambridge all college gates are locked as the clocks strike ten ; so are the doors of houses where the undergraduates have lodgings. After that hour, one must ring for admittance, when a record is made of the time of return. Woe betide the young man who oversteps the mark ; or any porter or lodging-house keeper who omits to report him. It is a good system, and excellently regulates Cambridge night life. So Royston knew that whoever got into Carl's rooms must either have been in college before ten (which meant he would have had to hide all night and would actually have been in college whilst the hullabaloo was going on)-or he would have had to sneak in by some other means. Most of colleges spring such a leak from time to time ; and all goes well for a few days. Then it is always discovered by the authorities and sealed upeither by sharper spikes on the railings or some more broken glass on the walls. The average undergraduate does not bother himself very much about these things ; but there are always a few who glory in evading authority for the sheer madness of the thing !
" I think there really must have been some place," said Ajax at last. "But did you hear about Jackson the other night?"
They all knew Jackson.
" He had been out to a`soccer' dinner," he went on. "And had tasted the `loving cup' once too often. When he got back to college it was well after midnight, and, of course, he dared not ring the bell at the porter's lodge. Just as he was wondering what to do, a friendly `Robert' came along and offered to bunk him over.

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